Monthly Archives: April 2014
On the 28th of April, the National People’s Action/Rising Voices brought at least 1500 people to the streets of DC demanding a living wage and an end to deportations.
Intense action took place in multiple locations at once. A civil disobediance at the White House led to 12 arrests of activists from National People’s Action & National Domestic Workers Alliance.By 1:45PM all arrestees were reported to have been released.
Elsewhere protesters stormed the Koch Brother’s DC headquarters’s ritzy lobby and General Electric (GE). At GE the subject of the action was a corporate tax loophole known simply as the “GE loophole” due to its use by that company to evade…
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We haven’t really talked about this nutjob scam-artist rancher who came out as sleazy racist, because, well, everyone is talking about him. But, here is an interesting look at the crazy who are attracted to his crazy…
During the past week we saw some folks rush to embrace a fellow in Nevada who wanted to graze his cattle on someone else’s property without paying for it. Supposedly, he was a hero for standing up to the evil federal government.
That sounded all fine and good for those folks who like that sort of thing … that is, until the rancher in question began sharing his thoughts about blacks and slavery. Then the ranks of the cheerleaders thinned quickly. Those folks didn’t want to be associated with racism.
Not everyone responds to racism in the same way, however. Take this example from the president of the League of the South, Michael Hill, as featured on Andy Hall’s Dead Confederates blog:
You would think that high-minded advocates of Confederate heritage, people who argue that they aren’t racists, would drop Mr…
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Maybe it was all the attention from the media. Maybe his own white power cult zombies didn’t trust him. Maybe, just maybe it’s because he is a basement dweller in his wealthy parents’ Mashpee, Massachusetts home, and one of his parents might have a prominent career– like … maybe … a doctor? (Hmmmmmm?)
The list of speculations is endless, but what we do know is that Kyle Hunt’s “White Man March” site is gone; it redirects to an even more lame and ineffective site. Hence, the public might be spared from Kyle’s whining hodgepodge of blathering gibberish– but fear not, we found the cache!
We know we are not the first to report on this– David Neiwart wrote this up for the SPLC yesterday.
Does this also mean the end of his radio show: “Renegade”? (how much of a “renegade” can you be if you’re a rich son of a prominent professional?)
Will this be the last we see of this trust-fund Nazi? We’re sure that the twelve people who participated in the “white man march” are crushed.
Over Easter, multiple news outlets reported that plastic Easter eggs with racist, white supremacist messages inside them were found scattered around Henrico county, Virginia. Bearing the messages “diveristy = white genocide” and slogans supporting the abortive “white man march,” these eggs were found by various families during their Easter Egg Hunts.
For the geographically unaware, Henrico county surrounds the state capitol of Richmond. So, we asked ourselves “which white supremacists in the Richmond area are associated with the “white man march?”
A picture says a thousand words, as they say.
But wait, there’s more. Our speculations were confirmed by Doggett himself claiming he was going to do it, and “spread them around central Virginia.”
Lest you think this is the work of just another creepy, harmless crank, please take extra special care to note that Ron Doggett was (and probably still is) a close personal friend of Frazier Glenn “Rounder” Miller, the Overland Park, Kansas, shooter.
UPDATE!!! Our comrade SPLUNKER has also written a good article on this with even more goodies to share!!! Ron Doggett and Robert Ransdell leave “Pro-White” Easter eggs, children find them, and Brad Griffin calls it a “Good idea”
This hits it!