Monthly Archives: April 2010

Rachel Maddow Makes Dan Stein Her Little Bich!

Racist Scumbag Dan Stein From FAIR Gets PWN'd By Rachel Maddow Last Night

We can’t seem to imbed the video, but you can find it here:

She also has a follow up to Stein’s blatant lies on the show:

On the show tonight, Dan Stein, president of the Federation for American Immigration Reform, denied giving money to Protect Arizona Now, which was pushing the Prop 200 immigration initiative in 2004. One of PAN’s top leaders was Virginia Abernethy, a self-proclaimed “ethnic separatist.”

“We never gave that organization a dime,” Stein told us. “And secondly, even if we were going to give them a dime, we wouldn’t have given them a dime with Virginia Abernethy associated with it.”

Let’s look at FAIR’s website, shall we? It refers directly to financial support for Virginia Abernethy’s PAN. Here’s one instance:

FAIR’s Western Regional Field Director Rick Oltman has been working with activists in Arizona to help raise funds and public awareness for the Protect Arizona Now initiative, which would deny most taxpayer funded social services to illegal aliens and tighten voting regulations. They’re working to qualify the initiative for the November ’04 ballot. Since Arizona has become “ground zero” in the fight against illegal immigration, it’s important that this initiative, which enjoys wide public support, get on the ballot.

Then there’s the stuff FAIR doesn’t display so readily anymore. We rescued two items from the Wayback Machine, which archives the Internet. Ahem:

FAIR, a national immigration reform organization with strong support in Arizona, has committed $150,000 to help ensure that the P.A.N. initiative is put before the state’s voters in November.

The Wayback Machine also coughed up a FAIR press release that quotes Stein himself:

According to Stein, “there will be full public disclosure of how the funds were spent to gather these signatures. Every dime that FAIR and these other organizations have raised to obtain signatures for Arizona’s PAN has been spent in Arizona to get signatures,” he said.

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White Power Boer-ing FAIL Round II and III In DC AGAIN!

Dead Nazi Eugene TerreBlech Inspires Keyboard Racists to Call Another Rally

Remember the April 17 KKK rally in Washington DC, at the South African Embassy that attracted all of THREE people?

Well, get ready for chapters two and three in the saga of white power failure:

From OPP:

May 22, from 12-2, and the other is on June 11, from 11-2, 2010 which will be the Opening day of the World Cup in South Africa. For those who are interested in coming out to oppose them, the South African Embassy is at 3051 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC, at Noon.

Maybe we shouldn’t say this is the Klan pulling this rally off because it looks like a few people from Stormfront, some that aren’t Klan want to make this rally outside the South African Embassy in DC happen. Here’s the backstory: the murder of South African Nazi Eugene Terre’Blanche is being used as an chance for neo-Nazis all over the place to prove that “whites are waking up”. A Marion, Ohio-based contigent of the Ku Klux Klan wanted to have a rally a few weeks back, saying that they hold the African National Congress responsible for Terre’Blance’s murder. Then came the infighting about who was organizing what, and in the end there were only 3 people who made an appearance. A dozen antifa also showed and in the end we have some good video (found on our You Tube Channel) of us having discussion with the Klan supporters. Now they think they got it together, so they want to have a rally on two days.

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They Can’t Deport Us All.Com!

Link to Website

As a response to the evil and fascist laws in Arizona SB1070 there is this new website with a petition we are encouraging everyone to sign. has the full support of the Lady Liberty’s Lamp Collective!

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David Duke Is Defending the Tea Party!

Yes, David Duke is praising and defending the “whiteness” of the Tea Bagger movement!

We can’t even make up stuff this funny!

This pretty much proves the who and what the tea baggers are, and admittedly so by Mr. Nazi himself: David Duke


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Youth For Western Civilization is BAX?


Remember that nasty little group of college racists called Youth For Western Civilization?

Remember the big ruckus they inspired at UNC Chapel Hill for bringing racist Tom Tancredo to speak hate into it’s halls?

Well, get ready for the YWC/Tom Tancredo hatefest at UNC part 2!

That’s right folks, HE’S BACK!

From One Peoples Project:

Youth for Western Civilization, the White Nationalist student group co-founded by Kevin DeAnna, a guy that once opined that Kwanzaa is a holiday “designed to lead black Americans from traditional Christian holidays like Christmas and replace [Christianity] with paganism;” has not died yet at the University of North Carolina, and to that end they are bringing ex-Congressman Tom Tancredo back to campus a year after he was chased from there by an outraged campus community. Students for a Democratic Society is calling for that outrage to manifest itself again, and if there is any cries about someone violating Tom Tancredo’s rights consider the fact that he is more than likely going to use this appearance to defend the bill that was recently passed in Arizona that efectively strikes down the 4th ammendment rights of anyone in that state, more than likely the Hispanics. That bill, not to mention Tancredo’s activism that has done a sharp uptick on the racist meter since he left office, is more than enough to say that someone has better start paying more attention to the rights people like Tancredo and the YWC want to take from us, and apparently SDS wants to take on the job. We wish them well.

For more information see the UNC Students For a Democrat Society for details

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Has Confederate History Month Inspired More KKK Activity in Virginia?

Controversial Truck and License Plate From Virginia Exposed By

Virginia has been in the national news as of late, due to the actions of the newly elected officials who have been making some pretty idiotic decisions and declarations.

Besides Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli’s attack on gays in the state’s academia, the governor of Virginia, Robert McDonnell, declared the month of April “Confederate History Month”.

Aside from insulting and alienating Virginians who do not share the Confederacy’s fight to keep slavery, McDonnell smacked the African American community in the face by keeping the element of slavery out of his tribute all together.

For those who deem these kind of moronic actions from elected officials as “harmless”, let’s take another look at what has now been inspired by the Virginia’s GOP “Southern Strategy”.

According to the ADL’s Schedule of Upcoming Events:

Saturday, May 08, 2010 Collinsville, Virginia: Klan Rally -Klan rally and cross burning organized by Knight Rider Knights of the Ku Klux Klan and the Rebel Brigade Knights of the Ku Klux Klan

Saturday, May 08, 2010 Martinsville, Virginia: Klan Rally-Klan gathering organized by Knight Riders Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.

Saturday, May 22, 2010 Max Meadows, Virginia: Klan Rally-Gathering organized by Virgil White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan

Saturday, June 19, 2010 Dungannon, Virginia: Klan Rally-Gathering organized by Virgil White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan

This is FOUR KKK rallies all happening within just a few weeks, and all just a few weeks after the newly celebrated “Southern White History Month”.

This can be just a coincidence? We think NOT!

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Restore The Constitution; One Brick And Bullet At A Time…

Open Carry “Restore The Constitution” rally draws fifty

Pro-War and Questionable Sentiment At The Gun Toting Restore The Constitution Rally

Complaining about communism with AK-47s slung across their backs, gun rights advocates gathered for a multi-place rally to “Restore The Constitution” on Monday. A grim picture of sour-faced apocalyptics toting intimidating weaponry was tempered by reality, which presented the image of men in camouflage fatigues and a slight sprinkling of cheery women. Touted as a rally to support gun rights, second amendment language was curiously absent from the majority of attendees. Rhetoric focused on Health Care Reform, unemployment and government intrusion on personal liberties. When the topic finally did stray to guns, the rhetoric was not so much about gun rights advocacy or supporting pro-gun politicians, but fixated on the “from my cold, dead hands” theme. Allusions were drawn to the battles of Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775 and the seizure of American colonists’ weapons by the British. Speakers at this event and a similar but unarmed pro-gun rally in DC all stressed that the choice of this date was not meant to invoke memories of the Oklahoma City Bombing, but to remember the beginning of the American revolutionary war. Further themes and promises were the typical cry of civil unrest if legislators refused to halt the erosion of constitutional rights. All of these are viewed in a slightly different light after viewing to MSNBC’s The McVeigh Tapes, where Timothy McVeigh stated that it was his specific wish for April 19th not to be remembered for his bombing of the Alfred E. Murrah Federal Building, but to be remembered for the start of revolutionary war.

A featured speaker was Mike Vanderboegh, who first crashed onto the national scene by exhorting people to vandalize the offices of Democratic party politicians. “I’ve got congestive heart failure and diabetic feet, and they’re scared of me” he laughed. Vanderboegh and other speakers repeatedly invoked the image of the Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto, who rose against their Nazis oppressors, implying that the recent vandalism and violence surrounding Health Care Reform was similar to Jews fighting against Nazis. Vanderboegh further opined that he was feared because of his freedom to speak his mind, not because of the violence wrought at his behest.

Tom Fernandez from Alarm and Mustard

Tom Fernandez, founder of the “Alarm and Muster phone tree” gave identical, lengthy speeches at Fort Hunt and Gravelly Point. Fernandez complained of rising unemployment, the changing role of government, the passage of Health Care Reform and the vague generalization of “lost rights” and the impingement of his personal liberties by the government. As was typical for the other speakers, Fernandez did not speak about gun rights legislation or any particular pro-gun politician to support, but also invoked the insurgency of American colonists against the tyranny of the British. The speakers and participants did not stray from these talking points, and as such led to a feeling that everyone was reading from a script– a script which implied that we are currently living under a tyranny that needs to be violently resisted.

Restore The Constitution rally, 4/19/10

Restore The Constitution rally, 4/19/10

An attitude of disappointment permeated the rallies, which exhibited a stultifying level of foul planning. The rally was scheduled for the first day of the work-week, which guaranteed a low turnout. The rally began at 9am at Fort Hunt Park, which forced all attendees through the teeth-gnashing Gordian Knot of DC metro area rush hour traffic– and a further ten miles down a winding parkway. The rally then shoehorned its participants into an ad-hoc convoy and made them backtrack through the same soul-crushing traffic to the final rally location. The location of the final rally– intended as a dramatic press spectacle with the Capital as a backdrop– was located at a park located at the very end of the runway of Washington National Airport. Not only did the organizers split up their rally between two locations at a poor time of day, the penultimate location for the rally to speak to the press was located directly under the departure path for a major domestic airport.

Yaffers Made an Appearance To This Extremist Rally

As the convoy arrived at Gravelly Point and the participants filed out, the rally didn’t immediately reconvene; the nominally camera-shy and paranoid “gun nuts” spent 45 minutes conversing with themselves and fielding questions for the press between the roar of departing jets. The chitchat from this crowd consisted primarily of conspiracy theories of how Timothy McVeigh was a government agent, macho posturing of “they outgun us, but we outnumber them” and excoriations of the mainstream US press– told to clusters of reporters for mainstream US news outlets. Press outnumbered the police and the police outnumbered the protesters. We wonder what the purpose of this rally was, if not to expose fifty-odd gun owners to the scrupulous eyes of a multitude of federal, state and local law enforcement agencies.

More Photos from Isis and Wespennest


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