Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Hackers expose neo-Nazi party supporters

Hackers expose neo-Nazi party supporters


Hackers crack web sites, siphon names and home addresses.

A left-wing hacker group has stolen up to 400 names and home addresses of supporters of Germany’s neo-Nazi National Democratic Party (NDP) and published them on Google Maps.

The German hacking crew ‘n0-N4m3 Cr3w’ stole the details of financial backers after hacking 25 NDP websites last month, before publishing them on Google maps and its homepage.

The NPD was founded in 1964 as a successor to the Third Reich.

Leader of the hacking group, Dark Hammer, said the hack was a politically-motivated attempt to prevent the NDP from gaining influence in Germany.

“I love Germany above everything, and I do everything in my power to improve the image of Germany,” the hacker said in a translation.

“We will not allow that which brings the NPD or the right wing to bring our children on the wrong track.
“I know my action will have broad public interest. That is exactly my goal.”

The NDP was left red-faced in April after some 60,000 internal emails were sent to journalists that exposed the party’s 2011 election strategy.

The exposure of German NDP member details follows a declaration yesterday by right-wing New Zealand blogger Cameron Slater that he had obtained 450 names of the country's Labour Party sponsors, which he threatened to publish.

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Mark Potok: America the vulnerable

This March, federal prosecutors charged six members of an antigovernment group called the Alaska Peacemakers Militia with plotting to wage a campaign of murder and kidnapping against court officials and state troopers. They had already amassed an arsenal of weapons, including hand grenades, assault rifles, and a .50-caliber machine gun.
That's exactly the kind of violence that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) warned law enforcement agencies about two years ago in a report about the growing threat of terrorism from right-wing extremists.
But after that 2009 report was leaked to the media, conservative groups and politicians complained — quite wrongly — that it unfairly tarred those on the political right as violent extremists. The American Legion, for example, didn't like the report's assertion that extremists would be interested in recruiting veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, even though it was completely accurate.
Rather than defend the report, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano quickly disavowed it — and criticized it as shoddy work that had not been properly reviewed within the agency.
Bowing to misguided political criticism was bad enough. Now we know that the DHS went much further: It gutted the unit that developed intelligence on the activities of non-Islamic domestic extremists — making it much harder to catch the next Timothy McVeigh before he strikes.
Daryl Johnson, the former DHS analyst who was the principal author of the controversial 2009 report, told the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) in an explosive interview for our quarterly journal, "Intelligence Report," that the unit he once headed now has a single analyst where there were once six. Further, Johnson said, the DHS instituted restrictive policies that have effectively ended the issuing of any of the dozens of important reports it previously prepared for law enforcement each year.
The fact is, the 2009 report accurately portrayed the dramatic rise in right-wing extremism. Independently, but around the same time, the SPLC had documented a dramatic surge since President Barack Obama's election in the anti-government "Patriot" movement, which includes armed militias and so-called "sovereign citizens."
As we noted in a letter to Secretary Napolitano, the DHS report was spot on in forecasting rising incidences of violence and terrorism from far-right radicals. In May 2009, just one month after the report's release, an anti-abortion zealot murdered Dr. George Tiller, an abortion provider, inside his church. That June, a well-known neo-Nazi shot and killed a security guard at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. The next year, in March 2010, nine members of a Michigan militia were charged with seditious conspiracy and attempted use of weapons of mass destruction in an alleged plot to murder police officers and spark a war against the U.S. government. In May of last year, a father-son team of sovereign citizens, people who believe the government has no authority over them, killed two police officers in West Memphis, Arkansas, and badly wounded two more.
This pattern continues right up to the present. In January of this year, a neo-Nazi was arrested on his way to the Arizona-Mexico border and later charged with possessing homemade explosives. In March, a neo-Nazi activist was arrested for planting a sophisticated backpack bomb along a Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade route in Spokane, Washington.
There's no question that we're seeing an explosion of right-wing extremism. In fact, the antigovernment atmosphere and toxic rhetoric is remarkably similar to the mid-1990s militia movement. It culminated with McVeigh's 1995 bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma City that killed 168 innocent people.
In his interview, Johnson said that his "greatest fear is that domestic terrorists in this country will somehow become emboldened to the point of carrying out a mass-casualty attack, because they perceive that no one is being vigilant about the threat from within. This is what keeps me up at night."
Daryl Johnson is right. This is an issue of national security, not politics. That's why the SPLC has asked the DHS secretary to re-examine the resources devoted to monitoring homegrown extremism. We can only hope that it doesn't take another catastrophic attack for the department to take this threat seriously.
Mark Potok is the director of the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence Project, which monitors hate groups, antigovernment militias, and other extremist organizations. Find out more at www.splcenter.org.


Sunday, June 26, 2011

White Supremacist Praises NOM Spokesman David Tyree for Opposition to Same-Sex Marriage

White Supremacist Praises NOM Spokesman David Tyree for Opposition to Same-Sex Marriage

A white supremacist named James Edwards is praising former New York Giant David Tyree for speaking out against same-sex marriage, reports Alvin McEwen at Pam's House Blend:
Edwards Says Edwards:
Even a blind hog finds an acorn every now and then. While I might not agree with David Tyree on anything else, on this single issue, he is absolutely right.
The Southern Poverty Law Center writes, about Edwards:
Edwards, 27, is the host of "The Political Cesspool," a shamelessly white nationalist radio talk show that's broadcast for two hours every weeknight from a studio near Memphis, Tenn., where Edwards grew up and still lives.
"The Political Cesspool" in the past two years has become the primary radio nexus of hate in America. Its sponsors include the CCC and the Institute for Historical Review, a leading Holocaust denial organization. Its guest roster for 2007 reads like a "Who's Who" of the radical racist right. CCC leader Gordon Lee Baum, Holocaust denier Mark Weber, Canadian white supremacist Paul Fromm, American Renaissance editor Jared Taylor, neo-Nazi activist April Gaede, anti-Semitic professor Kevin MacDonald, Stormfront webmaster Jamie Kelso and League of the South president Michael Hill have all been favorably interviewed on the "Political Cesspool" this year, along with former Klan leader and neo-Nazi David Duke, the show's most frequent celebrity racist guest, who has logged three appearances.
NOM's Maggie Gallagher and Brian Brown should be so proud of the support they've rounded up.

After David Tyree Segment, Elisabeth Hasselbeck Tweets Gay Marriage Support

On Top Magazine - ‎Jun 24, 2011‎
By On Top Magazine Staff The View co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck insists she supports gay marriage after coming to the aid of former New York Giants wide receiver David Tyree, who has been criticized for saying that passage of a gay marriage bill in New ...

David Tyree Tries To Expand On His Gay Stance, Just Says More Negative Things

PerezHilton.com - ‎Jun 23, 2011‎
Football star David Tyree has been getting some attention for his very precise and vocal stance on the issue of gay marriage, and homosexuality in general. Now, he was invited on another show to expand upon his thoughts and perhaps clarify what he's ...

David Tyree: I Don't Want My Kids To Think Homosexuals Are Normal

The New Civil Rights Movement - David Badash - ‎Jun 23, 2011‎
Former NFL Giant David Tyree, who lives in New Jersey but feels he has a “voice” in New York's marriage equality debate, says in this video so many things that negate so many things he's already said, it's ludicrous. ...

Chris Brown Slammed By Human Rights Group For Homophobic Remark

Singersroom News - ‎Jun 23, 2011‎
A human rights group is upset with Chris Brown after the R&B singer was videotaped making homophobic remarks. Brown, who was trying to avoid a citation after being alerted that his car was about to get a parking ticket, called the paps “Gay” and ...

White Supremacist, Elisabeth Hasselbeck Defend David 'Superbowl For No Gay ...

Unicorn Booty (blog) - Kevin Farrell - ‎Jun 22, 2011‎
Tyree is responding to claims that he is a bigot by assuring us that he's not one, even though he absolutely is. Just look at the definition: I'm going to go ahead and say that citing his own personal religious beliefs as evidence that millions of ...

Whoopi Goldberg Spars With Elisabeth Hasselbeck About David Tyree's Gay ...

Huffington Post - ‎Jun 22, 2011‎
The co-hosts of "The View" argued about footballer David Tyree's controversial comments about gay rights on Tuesday. Tyree drew attention for saying he'd give up his Super Bowl championship to stop gay marriage, and that gay people should not be ...


Queerty - ‎Jun 21, 2011‎
The only reason David Tyree is famous is because he helped the New England Patriots win Super Bowl XLII by catching a stupid football in his helmet. But you know what? He would trade that moment if it meant that it would stop two loving, ...

Blacks: Having the Most Homophobic Month Ever

The Root - Clay Cane - ‎Jun 20, 2011‎
From athlete David Tyree's anti-marriage-equality stance to rapper Tyler, the Creator's slurs to Tracy Morgan's rant, June has been full of anti-gay outbursts. This time of the year should be celebratory for the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and ...

Purported Conn. white supremacist faces sentencing

Newsday (subscription) - ‎Jun 19, 2011‎
By AP (AP) -- A purported white supremacist from Connecticut faces sentencing for what authorities describe as a plan to sell a rifle to the Ku Klux Klan. William Bolton of Milford is scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday in federal court in Bridgeport ...

A Ku Klux Klan candidate in Montana

Politico (blog) - ‎Jun 1, 2011‎
A member of the Ku Klux Klan motivated by President Obama's election is running for Montana's open House seat as a Republican. According to the Associated Press, 41-year-old John Abarr is running on a platform of legalizing marijuana, ...

Mont. candidate with KKK ties running for Congress

Newsday (subscription) - Matt Gouras - ‎Jun 1, 2011‎
(AP) -- A former organizer for the Ku Klux Klan said Wednesday he is running as a Republican for Montana's US House seat because he believes people will back him as part of a backlash to the nation's first black ...

Cinder Block With Racist Threat Thrown Through Window

WTVC - John Madewell - ‎Jun 16, 2011‎
The top of a cinder block, with a racist message and threat taped to it, smashed through Ellis and Jennifer Weatherspoon's window. The interracial couple wasn't at home when NewsChannel 9 went to the Turtletown address, but neighbors were stunned. ...

East Tennessee interracial couple say they're target of vandalism, death threats

Kingsport Times News - ‎Jun 16, 2011‎
By AP TURTLETOWN, Tenn. (AP) — Polk County authorities are investigating what an incident report describes as vandalism. The couple who live in the mobile home where a cinder block crashed through a window say a note taped to it contained a racial slur ...

Couple say lives were threatened in vandalism act

San Antonio Express - ‎Jun 16, 2011‎
TURTLETOWN, Tenn. (AP) รข€” Before a racially derogatory death threat taped to a piece of cinder block smashed through his mobile home window, Ellis Weatherspoon largely ignored efforts to intimidate him. As a black man living with a white woman and ...

Polk County Sheriff investigating vandalism act that included racial slur ...

Daily Journal - ‎Jun 16, 2011‎
AP TURTLETOWN, Tenn. — Before a racially derogatory death threat taped to a piece of cinder block smashed through his mobile home window, Ellis Weatherspoon largely ignored efforts to intimidate him. As a black man living with a white woman and their ...

Montana Republican is Racist, Homophobic, Republican

Queerty - ‎Jun 2, 2011‎
John Abarr is awful! Simply dreadful! The worst! Totally racist and homophobic! In other words, a Republican. Okay, okay, we'll admit that some Republicans are actually very nice people, some of them are not racists and not homophobic, ...

John Abarr, Former KKK Member, Seeks Congress Seat

Gather.com - Jennifer Neff - ‎Jun 2, 2011‎
John Abarr, a Republican, is running for Montana's house seat. What you might not know is that he had strong ties with the KKK in the past. Is he someone you'd want serving in congress? John Abarr is a Republican from Montana. ...

Death of notorious white supremacist gang leader 'a mystery' say police

Daily Mail - ‎Jun 6, 2011‎
By Daily Mail Reporter Mystery: Frank E Roch, Jr's death continues to baffle Houston Police. He was found dying, slumped in a pickup truck after a crash Police are baffled as to who or what may have killed a notorious white supremacist gang leader. ...

A Ku Klux Klan candidate in Montana

Politico (blog) - ‎Jun 1, 2011‎
Abarr, who has previously backed the notion of "deporting non-whites back to their homeland," said he no longer organizes for the KKK but is still on its mailing list. He wants a flat income tax and said he chose to run as a Republican because of the ...

Lawsuit, arrest leaves Klan group in turmoil

kypost.com - Brett Barrouquere - ‎May 31, 2011‎
Those problems have moved other white supremacist groups to disassociate with the Dawson Springs-based Klan, which has publicly banished multiple members, and putting the future of what was once considered one of the largest KKK organizations in 

FBI says terrorism cases on upswing

The Seattle Times - Hal Bernton, Mike Carter - ‎20 hours ago‎
This year, Kevin William Harpham, a former soldier from Stevens County who reportedly had links to neo-Nazi groups in the past, was accused of planting a bomb laced with rat poison along the Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade route in Spokane. ...

Anti-KKK message was stronger

TriCities.com - ‎Jun 20, 2011‎
I went to the KKK rally last Saturday to protest the white supremacist group, afraid of them and thinking of their violent history. But, arriving early, I found something entirely different. A gathering of more than 100 counter protesters stood their ...

Matt Drudge has cool new white supremacist fans!

Salon - Alex Pareene - ‎Jun 9, 2011‎
(Heads up: link goes to neo-confederate white supremacist site!) "The extremely popular news aggregate Drudge Report appears to be the only major news outlet bringing up the astronomical amount of black crime taking place." And then there is the link ...

Anti-Islam, KKK, White Supremacist Pride, Hate, And Pat Robertson

The New Civil Rights Movement - David Badash - ‎May 31, 2011‎
Here's one result of his decades of bigotry, as evidenced in this video by filmmaker Eric Allen Bell: White Supremacist Pride, KKK, anti-​Islam nationalism, radical religious extremism, and the Tea Party. You name it, it's in here. ...

Authorities Looking For Felon With White Supremacist Ties

KPTV Portland - ‎Jun 14, 2011‎
Authorities also say he has multiple tattoos, is known to associate with white supremacist gangs and was last known to be living in the east Portland/Gresham area. Anyone with information about his whereabouts is urged to contact local law enforcement ...

Constitutional Court bans neo-Nazi group

B92 - ‎Jun 3, 2011‎
BELGRADE -- The Constitutional Court of Serbia has determined that Nacionalni stroj is a secret association whose work is banned in accordance with the Constitution. The organization is not allowed to work, promote and spread its ideas and goals. ...
Serbia bans neo-Nazi group The Voice of Russia

Modern-Day Nazis in Disarray Over Crossword Puzzle

The Atlantic - Max Fisher - ‎Jun 16, 2011‎
In the 66 years since Adolf Hitler's death, Germany has undergone an astonishing, and astonishingly successful, regimen of national reconciliation. Nearly every German citizen has absorbed the awful lessons of the Nazi Party's rise and ...

Hackers expose neo-Nazi party supporters

CRN Australia - Darren Pauli - ‎Jun 15, 2011‎
A left-wing hacker group has stolen up to 400 names and home addresses of supporters of Germany's neo-Nazi National Democratic Party (NDP) and published them on Google Maps. ...

Hate groups in Oregon

KDRV - Steven Sandberg - ‎Jun 23, 2011‎
They included in their findings what they call an active neo-Nazi group outside Medford. That group, however, may no longer be active in Southern Oregon. Their last major demonstration was a rally in phoenix in April 2009, and even then, ...

Lawsuit, arrest leaves Klan group in turmoil

The South Florida Times - Brett Barrouquere - ‎Jun 1, 2011‎
(AP) _ A $2.5 million civil judgment and the prison sentence of its founder has left a western Kentucky-based Ku Klux Klan group with an uncertain future. The Imperial Klans of America, based in Dawson Springs, has publicly banished members and scaled ...

White supremacist sentenced to life for role in 2007 Nacogdoches double homicide

KYTX - Cathryn Khalil - ‎Jun 22, 2011‎
NACOGDOCHES (KYTX) -- A 29-year-old member of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas has been sentenced to life in prison for a 2007 double homicide. Charles Cameron Frazier, aka "Mojo," pleaded guilty on Jan. ...
East Texas man gets life sentence in gang killings Houston Chronicle

Hacked data reveals US Marines contract killers, hunting migrants on the border

The NarcoSphere - Brenda Norrell - ‎Jun 24, 2011‎
Jeffery Harbin, a member of the white supremacist National Socialist Movement, was allegedly building homemade grenades and pipe bombs at home. One area heavily patrolled by anti-immigration and other hate groups, and a site of their camps, ...
Hacked data reveals US Marines contract killers, hunting migrants on the border Infoshop News

Ex-local Aryan convicted in racist beating

The Spokesman Review (blog) - ‎Jun 10, 2011‎
A white supremacist who ran for the Hayden City Council in 2003 has been convicted of a racially motivated attack on a black man in southwestern Washington. Zachary Loren Beck, 32, (pictured in 2003) was convicted Wednesday of conspiracy to violate ...

Glenn Beck Uses Auschwitz To Promote His New Media Venture

Media Matters for America - ‎Jun 8, 2011‎
[Media Matters, 10/14/10] Beck Pushed Book From "Nationally Known White Supremacist And Anti-Semite" Eustace Mullins. On his Fox News show, Beck cited Eustace Mullins' book Secrets of the Federal Reserve. Mullins was a 9-11 truther who has been ...

Texas is One Vote From Approving Confederate Flag License Plates

Ujala Sehgal Jun 25, 2011

White Supremicist AMERICANS helped raise Hitler and deserve their due recognition. George (the GAY, not the CIA) Bush's grandfather and great-grandfather both contributed to the power takeover of Adolph Hitler and share the guilt of 6,000,000 jews murdered. The Dupont's General Motors equipped the Wiermacht with 40% of it's cars and trucks, and Ford made 35% of them. Hitler even had a full life-sized portrait of Ford over his desk. IBM tracked every jew in Europe from their home address to their death in the camps. ITT made the engines for the Luftwaft bombers and fighters. JP Morgan sold the bonds that built the war factories in Germany, Italy and Japan. Back to the Bushs, Prescott and father-in-law signed up with nazi financier by 1926 and 1924 respectively, and Prescott Bush administered the Silesian-American company which sold coal to the Concentration Camp Auschwitz-Birkenau. EXXON (Standard Oil) President and Chairman were both convicted of TRADING WITH THE ENEMY (google it.) So what did they use coal for at Birkineau in 1942? (Eight months after Pearl Harbor Bush had his control confiscated, along with 25 other nazi companies he oversaw under the Trading With The Enemy law)


Saturday, June 25, 2011

Right-Wing Hate

Pumping up the hate to self-ignition and spontaneous explosion.

GOP Hate

In photos, the connectivity: KKK, Neo-Nazis, Skinheads, Tea Party, Confederacy, White Supremacists.

As far as they are concerned: the Confederate LOSER Flag is synonymous with the Nazi LOSER Swastika is synonymous with the American Nazi LOSER Flag, is synonymous with the KKK LOSER flags and LOSER symbols is synonymous with the Confederate LOSER Flag.  It is a vicious circle of hate.