All Things White Supremacist, Alt-Right, Neo-Nazi & Right-Wing Republican Terrorism in America

GSUsTALON

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Where are you at Go4Broke? I thought you'd be hear defending your statements against me and the U.S. Constitution!

REALLY - didn't think so!
 

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Hey Go4Broke - WHERE ARE YOU

The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects the freedom of speech, religion and the press. It also protects the right to peaceful protest and to petition the government.

Here is some more clarification in the 1st Amendment from the Library of Congress, which I'm sure you knew already.
 


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This board attracts more non-fans than anyone else!
 



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Intel report warns that far-right extremists may target Washington, D.C.

On Monday, the National Capital Region Threat Intelligence Consortium (NTIC), a fusion center for Washington, D.C. that provides support to federal national security and law enforcement agencies, warned in an intelligence assessment that “the District is likely an attractive target for violent adherents of the boogaloo ideology due to the significant presence of US law enforcement entities, and the wide range of First Amendment-Protected events hosted here.”

Separately on Friday, DHS published its own intelligence note assessing that “domestic terrorists advocating for the boogaloo very likely will take advantage of any regional or national situation involving heightened fear and tensions to promote their violent extremist ideology and call supporters to action.” The note, dated June 19 and obtained by Politico, aims to “provides information regarding some domestic terrorists’ exploitation of heightened tensions during recent First Amendment-protected activities in order to threaten or incite violence to start the ‘boogaloo’—a colloquial term referring to a coming civil war or the fall of civilization.”

https://www.politico.com/news/2020/...-right-extremists-target-washington-dc-329771


The sad thing is that applies to the far right and far left. If you look at a circle and put a Republic at the top, if you swing to the far right or far left and meet at the bottom of the circle you end up with a horrid dictatorship that controls all thought and your status in that civilization.

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If you want any credibility at all on this board you are going to have to start backing up YOUR OPINIONS with sources, facts, and links. Right now your post makes you look like a semi-literate white boy from Georgia who is trying to justify the racist views he learned at a very early age.


Say good by to Go4Broke. He challenged me, for reasons I still dont understand, I gave him what he asked for and yet doesn't reply to me or others. It would be nice of him to drop by and say "GOOD BY"!!
 

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White supremacists pose as Antifa online

A Twitter account that tweeted a call to violence and claimed to be representing the position of "Antifa" was in fact created by a known white supremacist group, Twitter said Monday. The company removed the account. "This account violated our platform manipulation and spam policy, specifically the creation of fake accounts," a Twitter spokesperson said in a statement. "We took action after the account sent a Tweet inciting violence and broke the Twitter Rules."

Three men linked to a violent white supremacist group known as The Base were charged with conspiring to kill members of a militant anti-fascist group, police in Georgia announced Friday, a day after three other members were arrested on federal charges in Maryland and Delaware.
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The Base, a collective of hardcore neo-Nazis that operate as a paramilitary organization, has proclaimed war against minority communities within the United States and abroad, the FBI has said. Unlike other extremist groups, it's not focused on promulgating propaganda — instead the group aims to bring together highly skilled members to train them for acts of violence.

Its organizers recruit fellow white supremacists online — particularly seeking out veterans because of their military training — use encrypted chat rooms and train members in military-style camps in the woods, according to experts who track extremist groups. The group, which has the motto “learn, train, fight,” brings together white supremacists with varying ideologies.

There’s an intensified focus on The Base after three members were arrested Thursday in Maryland and Delaware on federal felony charges. A criminal complaint included details of how some of the men built an assault rifle using parts, purchased thousands of rounds of ammunition and traded vests that could carry body armor. They were believed to be planning to attend the pro-gun rally in Richmond, according to a law enforcement official who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity to discuss an active investigation.

In encrypted chat rooms, members of The Base have discussed committing acts of violence against blacks and Jews, ways to make improvised explosive devices and their desire to create a white “ethno-state,” the FBI has said in court papers. While other extremist groups are focused on getting people together to produce propaganda and make a name for themselves around a specific ideology, The Base is focused on action, the experts say. They are interested in training their members to use firearms and explosives.

Members of The Base also believe in an extreme form of survivalism and preparation, offering real-life survivalist training to resist the “extinction” of the Caucasian race, the FBI has said. “I think what marks The Base as a particular concern is that it is very blatant about its embrace of accelerationist ideas. This concept that societal collapse is not only imminent, but that they have a role to play in furthering it - so that we can have a race war in this country,” Segal said. “There are many groups active online that have an on-the-ground presence, but it’s the sub-culture that the base is embracing is so vividly militant,” he said. “It’s so blatantly hateful it’s going to attract a certain type of extremist, one who is looking for action.”

https://www.whsv.com/content/news/3-more-linked-to-neo-Nazi-group-arrested-in-Georgia-567083881.html

https://www.cnn.com/2020/06/02/tech/antifa-fake-twitter-account/index.html


I can see these 2 far right groups wanting to blame the far left group ANTEFA. In reality they are the same. Both do not tolerate opposing views and both will use violence to drive home their points.
 




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In summary, Antifa is everywhere, but COVID is no big deal. Everybody got that?
You know it's bad when fans from obscure southern schools and retireees in Florida with no ties to MN have to come here to warn us several times per day.
 

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Boogaloo crackdown: Facebook bans movement, gives it same designation as hate groups and terrorists

Facebook has removed a network of accounts, groups and pages on Facebook and Instagram connected to the “boogaloo” anti-government movement that encourages violence in the United States. The social media giant also designated boogaloo as a dangerous organization, giving it the same classification as terrorist and hate groups. Facebook said it removed 220 Facebook accounts and 95 Instagram accounts, as well as 28 pages and 106 groups in the purge. In addition, it took down over 400 additional groups and over 100 additional pages for violating its policy on “dangerous individuals and organizations.”

The "boogaloo" movement – named for a 1980s breakdancing movie “Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo” and characterized by members who carry weapons and tactical gear and wear Hawaiian shirts – looks to exploit unrest to start a second civil war. The loosely organized group has different wings. One has ties to neo-Nazis and white supremacists and wants to destroy the government by starting a race war, the other is radical libertarian and believes in defending the rights of individuals and has been known to incite violence against police.

The Tech Transparency Project, a public research and data initiative, identified roughly 125 Facebook groups related to the movement, more than half of which were created between February and April and had recently attracted tens of thousands of members. In May, three alleged boogaloo members were arrested on terrorism-related charges in what federal prosecutors say was a conspiracy to spark violence during protests in Las Vegas over reopening businesses and George Floyd's death. Authorities allege the three white men filled gas cans and made Molotov cocktails in glass bottles and were headed to a Black Lives Matter protest, according to a copy of the criminal complaint.

Read complete article at:
https://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2020/06/30/boogaloo-facebook-ban/3285386001/
 





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Because the Trumpsters believe anything they see on their favorite RWNJ blog, Facebook or OAN.
What you have posted is certainly an issue, but I have to laugh considering the # of random Twitter posts a few of the biggest liberals on this site (including you) post & believe. Two sides of the same coin.
 

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Look everyone, I found a tweet that says nothing happened. Quick, gotta post it on Gopherhole. Meanwhile, in Georgia the libs army was on the march. I wonder when they'll invade Texas to try to take it back as reparations?

 








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Looks like the fellas have put this thread on ignore.
 




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Imagine the uproar we would be hearing if BLM protesters and Kristi Noem were substituted into this story.
Kristi installed a $400K fence recently to keep Antifa/BLM out. And she has her pheasant hunting rifle ready.
 


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More right wing crazies outed.

Still waiting for any proof of "Antifa.'

There are crazy people on both sides, no doubt. But there's been nothing that so called "Antifa" has done that's anywhere near the organized plot to kidnap and violently overthrow the government like the proud/boogaloo boys attempted in Michigan. It's a direct result of the extremist language used by Trump to describe his political opponents. He's openly encouraging it.
 




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