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Title: Lone Wolf Activism Doesn't Work
Post by: Private on 19 August 2019 at 13:22
I can understand the frustration from the constant attacks on the White Race. I can even understand the urge to take up arms to fight back. Unfortunately we are fighting an uphill battle. If you're White and want to fight back we need you to first straighten out the White Man's thinking and grow numbers (preferably through Creativity of course, the only salvation for the White Race). One lone wolf will not be the catalyst to put the White Race in the position of victory for the future. In my opinion it may even be hurting our cause, by fueling the MSM and allowing them to further mind pollute our confused Brothers and Sisters. If you're a true White advocate, you're more useful on the street legally promoting the survival of our Race vs. locked up in a prison cell having your activism stifled.


There could have been three more mass shootings if these men weren't stopped, authorities say


A man has been arrested for allegedly threatening a shooting at a Jewish community center in Ohio

By Dakin Andone and Taylor Romine, CNN
Posted at 3:40 PM ET, Sun August 18, 2019

James Patrick Reardon was arrested for allegedly threatening a Jewish community center in Ohio.

(CNN) — A 20-year-old man who allegedly threatened to carry out a shooting at a Jewish community center in Youngstown, Ohio, has been arrested, according to police.

Related Article: Why El Paso and other recent attacks in the US are modern-day lynchings

James Patrick Reardon was booked into the Mahoning County Jail on Saturday on one count of telecommunications harassment and one count of aggravated menacing, according to online jail records.

New Middletown Police Chief Vincent D'Egidio said an Instagram account belonging to Reardon shared a video that showed a man firing a gun. The post, which was shown to an officer who was on an unrelated call, tagged the Jewish Community Center of Youngstown, D'Egidio told CNN in an interview. Youngstown is about 13 miles north of New Middletown.

Youngstown is also about 65 miles north of Pittsburgh, where a gunman targeted and killed 11 worshipers in a synagogue last October.

It's unclear whether the man shooting the gun in the Instagram post was Reardon or someone else.

According to Andy Lipkin, the executive vice-president of the Youngstown Area Jewish Federation, the post was accompanied by a caption that read, "Police identified the Youngstown Jewish Family Community shooter as local white nationalist Seamus O'Rearedon." That is a Gaelic version of Reardon's name.

"With everything going on," D'Egidio said, "we wanted to make sure we acted very quickly on this."

Instagram account contained anti-Semitic comments

When authorities looked at the rest of the Instagram account, there were lots of images of Reardon or someone else shooting guns, D'Egidio said, and lots of anti-Semitic comments and white nationalist content.

New Middletown police contacted the community center, Youngstown police and the FBI to make them aware of the threat. The Mahoning Valley Violent Crimes Task Force also helped, the police chief said, which is part of the FBI Violent Crimes Task Force.

"For a town of 1,700 people, this was a pretty intense situation," D'Egidio told CNN.

Police said they found a variety of weapons and ammunition belonging to James Reardon.

Authorities knew based on public records that Reardon owned weapons, the police chief said, and they executed a search warrant at his home around 10:30 p.m. Friday night.

Reardon's mother answered the door, and he arrived about 20 minutes after the search had started, D'Egidio said. There, police found a cache of weapons and ammunition.

Reardon was ultimately arrested without incident and taken to the county jail. His bond has been set at $250,000, and D'Egidio said he will be arraigned Monday morning.

It was unclear whether Reardon was represented by an attorney.

'The system worked'

In the meantime, The Youngstown Area Jewish Federation said it had arranged for extra security personnel to be present at the community center and area synagogues.

The federation's Lipkin thanked law enforcement in a statement for their "swift and strong response to this matter and for their continued willingness to keep the lines of communication open at all times."

"While we have no comment about Mr. Reardon and the criminal justice process that will determine what charges might be brought against him, I want to stress today that this is a clear example of everything going right. The system worked," Lipkin said.

"The positive result here is a clear example of the importance of monitoring social media to identify credible, hate-fueled threats before they are acted on," he added.
Title: Re: Lone Wolf Activism Doesn't Work
Post by: Private on 19 August 2019 at 13:31
I can understand the frustration from the constant attacks on the White Race. I can even understand the urge to take up arms to fight back. Unfortunately we are fighting an uphill battle. If you're White and want to fight back we need you to first straighten out the White Man's thinking and grow numbers (preferably through Creativity of course, the only salvation of the White Race). One lone wolf will not be the catalyst to put the White Race in the position of victory for the future. In my opinion it may even be hurting our cause, by fueling the MSM and allowing them to further mind pollute our confused Brothers and Sisters. If you're a true White advocate, you're more useful on the street legally promoting the survival of our Race vs. locked up in a prison cell having your activism stifled.

It's better to die an old man that has recruited thousands for the cause, than a youngan with a death-wish who becomes a tool for the enemy.
Title: Re: Lone Wolf Activism Doesn't Work
Post by: Private on 21 August 2019 at 12:26
Another loon that the propaganda media will use in an attempt to smear the White Race.


Trump-Loving Neo-Nazi Arrested For Allegedly Plotting To Kill Miami Hispanics

Another man was arrested for planning to attack a Memphis church. These are the latest potential mass shootings to be preempted by law enforcement.

By Sara Boboltz
08/20/2019 03:02 PM ET

Federal officials have arrested a man in Washington state on suspicion of plotting a mass shooting targeting Hispanic people in Florida, court documents filed Monday revealed.

Maryland resident Eric Lin, 35, wanted to kill as many Hispanic people as he could in Miami and elsewhere, an FBI agent said in a sworn affidavit filed Monday with the Southern District of Florida. 

Lin made his threats in a long series of Facebook messages to an unnamed individual that were provided to law enforcement. The missives were packed with racial and ethnic slurs, praise for Adolf Hitler, threats of sexual violence, genocide and cannibalism.

Lin joins a growing number of men arrested for allegedly plotting mass shootings across the country after the early August massacres in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, where back-to-back shootings left more than 30 dead. 

Disturbing excerpts of the messages show that Lin allegedly threatened to rape and murder the unnamed individual along with the person’s family before targeting “all Hispanics” and other ethnic groups. He heaped praise on the Trump administration for supporting what he called a “race war.”

“I Thank God everyday President Donald John Trump is President,” Lin allegedly wrote.

The person who received the messages over a span of about three months said Lin frequented the restaurant where they worked. In one message, Lin allegedly sent a composite image of his face and that of Hitler. The messages totaled about 150 pages when downloaded and printed.

Another man, Thomas Matthew McVicker, 38, was also arrested last week for allegedly plotting to open fire in an unspecified Memphis church before killing himself. McVicker’s mother claims her son is on medication for schizophrenia, an FBI agent said in a sworn affidavit filed on Friday with the Southern District of Alabama.

Agents were tipped off by a friend of McVicker’s in Alabama, who said the suspect had been talking about “shooting a church up” and slitting a pastor’s throat with a knife.

Three other men were arrested across the country over the weekend for making similar threats of mass violence.

Brandon Wagshol, 22, was arrested in Connecticut after expressing interest in stockpiling weapons; Tristan Scott Wix, 25, was arrested in Florida after telling his girlfriend “a good 100 kills would be nice”; and James Patrick Reardon, 20, was arrested in Ohio after threatening a Jewish community center.

Another man, 19-year-old Farhan Sheikh, was charged with threatening to kill people inside a Chicago abortion clinic in an Aug. 23 attack.
Title: Re: Lone Wolf Activism Doesn't Work
Post by: Private on 05 November 2019 at 02:34

Suspected white supremacist arrested in thwarted synagogue attack, FBI says

© Temple Emanuel
Temple Emanuel in Pueblo, Colorado.

FBI officials said they have arrested a 27-year-old suspected white supremacist who was allegedly planning a bombing at a Colorado synagogue.

The suspect, identified as Richard Holzer, was allegedly planning to target Temple Emanuel in Pueblo, which is the state's second-oldest synagogue, the FBI said Monday. Holzer is charged with attempting to obstruct religious exercise by force using explosives and fire.

He allegedly told an undercover FBI agent that he hoped to poison members of the synagogue and claimed he had paid off a "Mexican cook to hex and poison" attendees by putting arsenic in the water pipes, according to an arrest affidavit.

The undercover agent connected with Holzer through a Facebook account that portrayed her as a white female who is supportive of white supremacy ideology. Holzer allegedly told her that he was "a skinhead" and former member of the Ku Klux Klan and sent her images of himself wearing clothing that featured symbols related to white supremacy.

The FBI said the account was one of several that Holzer allegedly used to "promote white supremacy ideology" and racially-motivated acts of violence. At one point, he posted in a group chat: "I wish the holocaust really did happen… they need to die.”

In one exchange on Oct. 3, Holzer said he was getting ready for a racial holy war and said he was going to Temple Emmanuel in Pueblo “to scope it out.” Holzer eventually met with an undercover FBI agent to discuss his hatred of Jewish people and explain his plan to poison the Pueblo synagogue with arsenic.

Court documents say Holzer first suggested the idea to attack the synagogue with Molotov cocktails, but later decided he’d need something stronger. The agents told Holzer they could obtain pipe bombs and dynamite from out of state. On Oct. 31, he told the undercover agents he planned to go through with the attack on Nov. 1. According to the affidavit, Holzer “said that he wanted to put the Synagogue on the ground and demolish it.”

On Nov. 1, Holzer met three undercover FBI agents at a hotel. They showed him pipe bombs and dynamite. That is when he was arrested, at which point Holzer allegedly waived his Miranda rights and confessed.

When asked what he would have done if someone had been inside the synagogue during the bombing, he allegedly said he would have gone through with the attack because anyone inside would be Jewish.

Michael Atlas-Acuna, the president of Temple Emanuel, said he was unaware of the plot until reporters started calling him. He said he received a call from the FBI in Colorado Springs on Monday morning, saying they wanted to meet with him but they did not say what it was regarding. He told ABC News that he thought it was a prank call at first, but realized that it was serious after dialing back the number.

Atlas-Acuna said the synagogue has a security plan in place for these types of events. He is scheduled to meet with FBI officials later Monday evening.
Title: Re: Lone Wolf Activism Doesn't Work
Post by: Private on 21 November 2019 at 13:38

Police: White teen girl aimed to attack black Georgia church

By JEFF MARTIN, Associated Press

ATLANTA (AP) — A white 16-year-old girl is accused of plotting to attack a mostly black church in a north Georgia city, where police say she planned to kill worshippers because of their race.

Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church has a predominantly black congregation, Gainesville Police Chief Jay Parrish said in a statement Tuesday.

“Our investigation indicated the church was targeted by the juvenile based on the racial demographic of the church members,” he said.

Students, school administrators and law officers worked together to thwart a “potentially horrific incident,” he added.

Police did not release her name.

The plot came to light when Gainesville High School students told administrators the 16-year-old had a notebook with detailed plans to kill worshippers at the church, Parrish said.

“It just grieves my spirit on a number of different levels, one that the intentions of this young person were so calculated to do great harm against people who just simply had no knowledge of such a plot,” said the Rev. Rose Johnson Mackey, director of the Newtown Florist Club, a civil rights organization founded in Gainesville 70 years ago.

The girl is charged with criminal attempt to commit murder, the police chief said. She’s being held in a youth detention center in Gainesville.

Details of the alleged plot haven’t been released, but Parrish said it came to light Friday when school administrators contacted police.

“We’re just very pleased that our police department acted so swiftly, and the police department in conjunction with our school administrators were just on top of the situation,” Mackey said.

Gainesville is about 50 miles (80 kilometers) northeast of Atlanta. It’s a city of just over 40,000 people, about 17% of whom are African-American.

Rev. Dr. Michelle Rizer-Pool, who leads the congregation at Bethel AME, said she was shocked when notified by police about the alleged attempt.

“When I found out I drove to the church, went inside it and prayed and anointed my church and asked God to put a hedge of protection around us,” she said in a telephone interview. “That was on Friday. On Sunday, I tried to relay what was going on without a lot of emotion so that the congregants would remain calm ...

“You know, I’ve been preaching for a while now about being on the battlefield, being a soldier in God’s army and that if you believe that God is in charge, he won’t allow hurt or harm to come your way. One of my members told me, ‘You’ve been getting us ready.’ I guess I have.”

Rizer-Pool has pastored the church and its approximately 40 members since June 2018. She said the congregation recently celebrated 118 years of service in the community.

“I had asked for active shooting training for the church prior to this but it never happened. Still, I had done a few things to keep us as safe as possible like upgrading the security system, locking the back door and reminding our ushers, our first line of defense, just to be aware of people we don’t know,” she said.

The South has a long history of black churches being bombed, burned and shot up.

White supremacist Dylann Roof fatally shot nine black church members during their Bible study lesson at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina, in June 2015. Roof later told FBI agents he had hoped the killings would start a race war.

More recently, the white son of a sheriff’s deputy was arrested in April and accused of a setting fires that destroyed three black churches in rural Louisiana. Holden Matthews is awaiting trial on arson and hate crimes charges in the Louisiana church burnings.
Title: Re: Lone Wolf Activism Doesn't Work
Post by: Private on 15 May 2022 at 13:00
Another young White Brother whose life is now cut short instead of utilizing his may years to come with positive pro-White activism. Unfortunately now he will be a tool for our enemies when he could have been aiding to the straightening out of the White Man's thinking.

I've tried to find the online manifesto he was supposed to have written but it's nowhere to be found. Of course I won't believe the propaganda media to what was in it, so if anyone out there happens to stumble upon it please pass it along.


10 killed, 3 wounded in racist shooting at Buffalo supermarket, officials say


BUFFALO, N.Y. — A white gunman motivated by hate and dressed in tactical gear killed 10 people and wounded three others Saturday afternoon at a Buffalo, New York, supermarket, officials said.

The suspect, an 18-year-old man, shot 13 people — 11 of whom are Black and two who are white — at the Tops Friendly Market, Buffalo Police Commissioner Joseph Gramaglia said.

Officials said he streamed the attack on a social media platform.

A Twitch spokesperson said the platform has investigated and confirmed that the stream was removed “less than two minutes after the violence started.”

“This was pure evil,” Erie County Sheriff John Garcia said at a news conference. “Straight up racially motivated, hate crime from somebody outside of our community — outside of the City of Good Neighbors, as the mayor said — coming into our community and trying to inflict evil upon us.”

An apparent manifesto with the suspect's name, a shared birthdate, and biographical details in common with the suspect, was posted to Google Docs on Thursday night. 

In it, the author claimed to have been radicalized online and appeared to adhere to the false replacement theory, which has been used by white killers to justify violence against Muslims, Latinos, and Jewish people around the world.

A crowd gathers as police investigate after a shooting at Tops Market in Buffalo, New York, on Saturday. Joshua Bessex / AP

A senior law enforcement official said authorities were working to verify the document's authenticity.

“We are aware of the manifesto allegedly written by the suspect and we’re working to definitively confirm that he is the author,” the law enforcement official said.

Payton Gendron, of Conklin, New York, was arraigned Saturday evening in Buffalo City Court on one count of murder in the first degree.Erie County District Attorney's office

The suspect, Payton S. Gendron, of Conklin, New York, was arraigned Saturday evening in Buffalo City Court on one count of murder in the first degree, the Erie County District Attorney's Office said.

He was remanded without bail and a felony hearing was scheduled for Thursday morning, according to the office.

In a written statement, Attorney General Merrick B. Garland said the Justice Department “is investigating this matter as a hate crime and an act of racially-motivated violent extremism.”

“The Justice Department is committed to conducting a thorough and expeditious investigation into this shooting and to seeking justice for these innocent victims,” Garland said.

'The worst nightmare'

Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown said the suspect “is from hours away and drove to Buffalo” to commit the crime.

A man sits on a stretcher after a shooting in Buffalo, New York, on Saturday.Tooy Johnson

“This is the worst nightmare that any community can face,” he said.

A heavily armed man wearing tactical gear went to the store on Jefferson Avenue about 2:30 p.m. and opened fire in the parking lot. He fatally shot three people and wounded one before entering the store and continuing to shoot, Gramaglia said.

A security guard returned fire but the rounds didn't appear to penetrate the suspect's ballistic gear. The suspect returned fire and fatally shot the guard, officials said.

The suspect then walked through the store shooting. Responding Buffalo officers engaged the suspect in the store's vestibule, and the man responded by putting a gun to his neck, Gramaglia said.

The officers talked him into surrendering. The suspect removed some of his tactical gear before officers took him into custody, he said.

Four store employees, including the security guard who was a retired Buffalo officer, were among the 13 people shot.

ECMC Hospital in Buffalo said it was treating three victims and all were stabilized. One patient was discharged Saturday night, the hospital said.

New York State Sen. Tim Kennedy said in a tweet that the son of one of his staff members was among the victims.

“She’s sitting in a hospital waiting room, because her beautiful, extraordinary son was shot while he was simply doing his job,” he said in a statement.

Additional information about the victims has not been released.

Jennifer Tookes said she and her cousin were shopping at Tops when she heard multiple shots coming from the front of the store.

“He stopped, shot again. Stopped, and started shooting again," Tookes said.

She said she ran to her car, passing three bodies in the parking lot, and called her cousin, who had hidden in the freezer until the shooting stopped.

“I’ll have this in my head for the rest of my life,” she said. “I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to go into a grocery store or a store.”

Replacement theory and mass shootings

Replacement theory, the conspiracy cited in Gendron's apparent manifesto, has roots that date back to the early 20th century, but today people are more likely to know it from French writer Renaud Camus’s 2011 essay, the title of which translates to “the great replacement," according to the anti-hate group ADL. 

In it, Camus argues that immigrants from the Middle East and Africa are replacing native white Europeans, which, he says, will lead to the extinction of the white race, the ADL said.

White supremacists have adopted and promoted the “great replacement” theory, according to the ADL, which said in a statement Saturday that the document's language “closely echoes the themes of previous rants posted by white supremacist shooters, and refers repeatedly to the virulently racist and antisemitic Great Replacement conspiracy theory.”

In the document, the writer claims he was radicalized on an extremist 4chan forum while he was “bored” at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic in early 2020.

The document also says Buffalo was targeted because it’s the city with the most Black residents that’s nearest to the author’s residence, and repeatedly references the gunman who killed 51 people and injured dozens of others in the 2019 shooting at a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand.

The ADL said the apparent manifesto closely parallels the language in the document written by the Christchurch shooter.

The tenets of the theory have been referenced by other mass shooting suspects, including the 2018 fatal shooting of 11 people at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; the shooting that killed one and wounded three others at a Poway, Calif. synagogue in 2019; and the gunman accused of killing 23 people and wounding numerous others at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, in 2019.

N.Y. Gov. Hochul calls deadly mass shooting in Buffalo an 'act of barbarism'May 14, 202203:49

Weapons legally purchased, official says

A senior law enforcement official said the suspect's parents are distraught and cooperating with authorities. They said their son recently and legally purchased the weapons, the official said.

Investigators are looking into where and how those weapons — a semiautomatic rifle, a hunting rifle and a shotgun — were purchased, the law enforcement official said.

The suspect appeared to have the N-word written or etched on one of the weapons, law enforcement sources said.

One firearm also had “Here’s your reparations” written on it, according to photos of the weapons that a law enforcement source confirmed belonged to the suspect.

Late Saturday, President Joe Biden said he was grieving the victims’ loved ones, thankful for the law enforcement response, and prayerful for the people of Buffalo.

He said in a statement that while the investigation into the shooting is not yet conclusive, the nation needs to do everything in its power to end hate-fueled violence.

“A racially motivated hate crime is abhorrent to the very fabric of this nation,” he said. “Any act of domestic terrorism, including an act perpetrated in the name of a repugnant white nationalist ideology, is antithetical to everything we stand for in America.”

New York Governor Kathy Hochul said at an evening press conference that social media should have some ethical and perhaps legal responsibility for events related to the attack, including “radicalizing” mass shooters. The hosting of the livestream, she said, was “absolutely shocking.”

Continued gun violence in the United States, she added, must cease. “Yeah, I’m angry,” Hochul said.

A spokesperson for Twitch, the livestreaming service that the suspect apparently used during the shooting before the video was taken down, said the platform has a “zero-tolerance policy against violence of any kind and works swiftly to respond to all incidents.”

“The user has been indefinitely suspended from our service, and we are taking all appropriate action, including monitoring for any accounts rebroadcasting this content,” the spokesperson said.

Police secure a perimeter after a shooting at a TOPS Market in Buffalo, N.Y. on May 14, 2022.Joshua Bessex / AP

In New York City, police said houses of worship would be the focus of extra vigilance.

“While we assess there is no threat to New York City stemming from this incident, out of an abundance of caution, we have shifted counterterrorism and patrol resources to give special attention to a number of locations and areas including major houses of worship in communities of color,” said Sgt. Brendan Ryan.

The NAACP of Buffalo said in a statement, “We are praying for the victims of the senseless act of violence the taken place in our community.”

Tops Friendly Markets spokeswoman Kathleen A. Sautter said in a statement, "We are shocked and deeply saddened by this senseless act of violence and our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families."

"Our top priority remains the health and well-being of our associates and customers," she said. "We appreciate the quick response of local law enforcement and are providing all available resources to assist authorities in the ongoing investigation."

Brown, the mayor, said he had helped bring the Tops Friendly Market on Jefferson Avenue to the Black community and that many people he knew, as well as his own family, patronized the store.

“Many of us know those who are victims of this horrific crime," he said. "So this is painful.”

He urged the Buffalo community and the nation not to let the attack inspire further division, and noted that Buffalo’s motto is “City of Good Neighbors.”

“We can’t let an evil person divide this community and an evil person divide our country,” Brown said.

A representative for the mayor said a vigil was expected to be held on Sunday morning, starting at 9 a.m. ET, in honor of the victims of the shooting. They said the vigil would be followed by a press conference.

Burke reported from Buffalo, Acevdeo and Dienst reported from New York and Romero reported from California.

Title: Re: Lone Wolf Activism Doesn't Work
Post by: Private on 15 May 2022 at 13:09
Here is hierarchy of psycho profile. Lone wolf is no1.  Sigma male  is a slang term used in masculinist subcultures for a popular, successful, but highly independent and self-reliant man. Another term for a sigma male is a lone wolf. Basic problem of all organizations is unexissted hierarchy according to this.


Title: Re: Lone Wolf Activism Doesn't Work
Post by: Private on 16 May 2022 at 08:40
23 Words
What is good for the White Race is of the Highest Virtue;
What is bad for the White Race is the Ultimate Sin.

The fucker shot a middle aged White Woman in the head.
Link - WARNING: It's GRAPHIC (https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEh5DT9GJ5170rxTh5oKg909O3UuxuPIyLW3MGSa5EVbzIHmb8OkLfl-hvayBwqyMt043yCVF_XKIlPOwDh4p4kmzDzn7b-VZTHUB5cOKe2kJACqkrpizJnAtm7K7muqgKeIHIsmjZgYBMEgcLeZsBrCr50jKfa4kz-E9xF-XQqTwQvaYp9_E_3wUfDB/s551/Screenshot%202022-05-14%206.04.49%20PM.png)

The dead White woman is not in this list of dead Niggers.

This was Not Good for the White Race.
It was therefore a breach of the 23 Words.

The shooter - Payton Gendron is either a lunatic driven crazy by ANTI-WHITE government or media. Or it's a FALSE FLAG operation.

What we do know is that he idolised Tarrant and Breivik - two freaks that idolised ISRAEL. If he is the lunatic we expect, then it's the government and media that are to blame due their own constant anti-White narrative. Because they hide the truth about Breivik and Tarrant, and both glorify and hide the murders of innocent Whites, loonies like Gendron will appear from time to time, too stupid to understand that they are doing the bidding of the anti-White regime.

If I ever get my hands on anyone planning the same, I'll jam their gun up their arse and pull the trigger myself.

The 23 Words are all that matter. RaHoWa!
Title: Re: Lone Wolf Activism Doesn't Work
Post by: Private on 16 May 2022 at 21:04
He was 18 . Think back to when you were. Some 18’year olds are mature others are still kids! It is a transition age where you don’t know if you are adult or child yet. This guy had his life ahead of him. Unfortunately he threw it away. People like Tarrant were planning on suicide anyway. He thought by doing a massacre his life was worthwhile for that act enough to be listed in history books. No good reading an honour roll if you are dead/ in Gaol for life!
Title: Re: Lone Wolf Activism Doesn't Work
Post by: Private on 16 May 2022 at 21:34
Yeah, it's crap like this that gives the extreme left ammunition to use against pro-Whites, unfairly painting us all as lunatics in the eyes of others. This guy should have simply been passing out flyers, and trying to spread the Word of the great White cause, instead of doing what he did. Now Nigger Lives Matters will probably hold more bullshit protests and riots along with the Antifa Race-Traitors.

Already, "White Supremacists" talking points are being thrown out there by this governer and MSNBC, and others to come for sure.

MSNBC resporting on this is a joke since that propaganda station is the worse here in my opinion. Watching that evil channel on that page, they were not surprisingly implying "progress" when that Mulatto Obama was in office and then "five years ago took a wildly divergent path," implying when Trump came in. What a bunch of bullshit. Typical fallacious talk.

PS - Now they are implying blame on Tucker Carlson, saying this crazy moron was somehow inspired or listened to what he was saying on his show... Stop it you pathetic leftist crazies.

I myself can't find the manifesto online. If found, will pass it along indeed.
Title: This So-Called "Manifesto"
Post by: Private on 17 May 2022 at 11:40
This so-called "Manifesto"

Okay. So after scanning through what this guy wrote (courtesy of Brother Dibbs for the link) I have to say, this wasn't some crazy, rambling and uneducated writing. On the contrary. This was quite academically, intellectually and sophisticatedly written, backed up by facts, I dare say almost like a dissertation. A college professor could have written it.
I myself could never have written something like this, and it definitely taught me some new things. So this goes back to what a waste this was. This White man had this knowledge and ability, but to then just throw it all away by doing what he did (of course he sees it in a different manner). He could have made copies of what he wrote or spoke what he wrote to others, educating and showing White people the dilemma we are all facing with White Genocide, instead of sitting in a prison cell for the rest of his life.

Really is a shame. This just proves what our Great White Religion teaches: That the White Race is indeed Natures finest and most Creative of all the races - Unfortunately, some make different choices and toss it all away into a garbage bin. 

These are just my thoughts and opinions on this particular subject.

23 R!
Title: Re: Lone Wolf Activism Doesn't Work
Post by: Private on 17 May 2022 at 11:43
Police Knew Buffalo Shooter Threatened To Shoot Up His School Last Year




Quote from: Private
In June 2021, police in Broome County were called by officials of a local high school who told them Gendron had threatened violence in comments made to fellow students.

“A school official reported that this very troubled young man had made statements indicating that he wanted to do a shooting, either at a graduation ceremony, or sometime after,” the same government official familiar with the case told The News.

State Police were sent to investigate and Gendron, under a section of state mental health laws, was referred for a mental health evaluation and counseling, the official said. :alien

* * * *

This is not an anomaly in the FBI’s history. It in fact appears to be a pattern of negligence. During the Barack Obama presidency, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., grilled FBI Director James Comey about the “known wolf” problem — of 14 Islamist attacks in the U.S. during Obama’s tenure, the FBI had been aware of at least 12 before the violence erupted, and did nothing.

For example, the 2009 Fort Hood shooter (https://duckduckgo.com/?q=Fort+Hood+shooter), who killed 13; the Boston Marathon bombers (https://duckduckgo.com/?q=Boston+Marathon+bombers) of 2013 who killed three and injured 264; and the Pulse nightclub shooter (https://duckduckgo.com/?q=Pulse+nightclub+shooter) who killed 49 people and wounded 53 more. All were known to the FBI and several had been interviewed by the FBI before they went on killing sprees.

Title: Re: Lone Wolf Activism Doesn't Work
Post by: Private on 17 May 2022 at 21:48

US President Joe Biden has labelled the Buffalo supermarket killings a case of “domestic terror” as he made his strongest statement yet about gun control since the weekend’s racist attack.

“I don’t know why we don’t admit what the hell is going on,” the president said on Wednesday morning after visiting the region devastated by the mass murder.

It has also emerged the teen accused of shooting dead the 10 African-American people in the shop had apparently been planning the attack for months

He said he could not make an executive decision on gun laws and would have to “convince the Congress” to strengthen restrictions.

“White supremacy is a poison, it’s a poison…running through our body politic,” Mr Biden said, adding that silence is “complicity.”
“It’s been allowed to grow and fester right before our eyes.

“No more, no more. We need to say as clearly and as forcefully as we can that the ideology of White supremacy has no place in America.”

Stopping short of naming individuals, he condemned influential figures “who spread the lie [of racism and hatred] for power, political gain and for profit”.

“The media and politics, the internet, has radicalised angry, alienated, lost and isolated individuals into falsely believing that they will be replaced … by ‘the other’, by people who don’t look like them and who are, therefore, in the perverse ideology that they possess and [are] being fed, lesser beings.”
Title: Re: Lone Wolf Activism Doesn't Work
Post by: Private on 18 May 2022 at 01:44
Reminder: Tarrant and Breivik each declared in their "Manifestos" that they were Pro-Israel and Pro-China. Neither had anything at all to do with genuine White Rights Activists, National Socialists, or White Racial Loyalists. Tarrant referred to himself as an "Eco-Fascist", and Breivik declared that his purpose was to harm parliamentary members and family of the ruling Norwegian party for their stance against Israel.

Media Falsely Claim Mass Public Shooters are 'Right-wingers' When They're Environmental Extremists

John R. Lott, Jr. | Townhall.com (http://Townhall.com) (USA) | 17 May 2022

If you believe the Los Angeles Times, the Buffalo shooter who left 10 dead emerged from “a far-right ecosystem.” A Rolling Stone headline echoed the claim: “The Buffalo Shooter Isn’t a ‘Lone Wolf.’ He’s a Mainstream Republican.” The New York Times links the mass murderer to former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and New York Congresswoman Elise Stefanik. Not to be left out, Representative Liz Cheney (R-WY) blames Republicans for the attack, claiming: “The House GOP leadership has enabled white nationalism, white supremacy, and anti-semitism.”

This latest attack is one in a series of mass public shootings motivated by environmentalism. But you won’t hear that on the news.

In his manifesto, the gunman self-identifies as an “eco-fascist national socialist” and a member of the “mild-moderate authoritarian left.” He expresses concern that minority immigrants have too many children and will damage the environment.

Capitalists, who the shooter argues are destroying the environment, are at the root of much of the problem. “The trade of goods is to be discouraged at all costs,” he demands.

Overpopulation and the environment are hardly signature conservative issues. It’s certainly not something you’ll hear Donald Trump talk about at his rallies. And while some Republicans believe in limiting international trade, it’s certainly not for environmental reasons.

We usually think of Democrats, not Republicans, as the environmentalists.

The Buffalo murderer’s views are almost word-for-word similar to those of the shooters in 2019 at a New Zealand mosque and an El Paso Walmart.

But the Washington Post called the New Zealand mosque shooting, “One of the worst cases of right-wing terrorism in years.” Right-wingers don’t usually declare that “conservatism is dead” and that “global capitalist markets are the enemy of racial autonomists.” Or call themselves an “Eco-fascist.”

Conservatives don’t believe: “The invaders are the ones over populating the world. Kill the invaders, kill the overpopulation and by doing so save the environment.” Nor do they write: “The nation with the closest political and social values to my own is the People’s Republic of China.”

The El Paso murderer had the same sentiments. “The decimation of the environment is creating a massive burden for future generations. . . .  The next logical step is to decrease the number of people in America using resources. If we can get rid of enough people, then our way of life can become more sustainable.”

All three of these deranged mass murderers made minorities their principal target. But they’ve done so out of a crazy environmentalist determination to reduce the human population by whatever means necessary.

The news media and politicians who are constantly warning about the world’s imminent end just can’t bring themselves to acknowledge the environmentalist connection. Indeed, climate activists agree that overpopulation is part of the problem. “It does lead, I think, young people to have a legitimate question: Is it okay to still have children?” said Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) in 2019. She also warned that the “‘world will end in 12 years if we don't address climate change.”

President Biden keeps fanning the flames of alarmism, claiming that “climate change poses an existential threat to our lives . . .  this is code red.” US Climate Envoy John Kerry said that the threat of climate change goes “beyond existential” for some, whatever that means.

If some people actually believe that the world is about to end because of overpopulation, we shouldn’t be surprised that they feel murder is justified for saving the planet. The media unfairly blamed Sarah Palin for the 2011 shooting of Gabby Giffords because Palin released a map displaying crosshairs over some congressional seats, including Giffords’. But the media is completely failing to see the clear connection between environmental extremist rhetoric and these attacks.

Of the 82 mass public shootings from January 1998 to May 2021, 9 percent have known or alleged ties to white supremacists, neo-Nazis, or anti-immigrant views, and many of those, such as the Buffalo murderer, hold decidedly socialist, left-wing views. Another nine percent are carried out by people of middle eastern origin, making Middle Easterners, who make up only 0.4% of the country, by far the most likely ethnic/racial group to carry out mass public shootings. Non-Middle Eastern Whites and Hispanics who engage in these attacks are underrepresented as a share of the population. Blacks, Asians, and American Indians commit these attacks at a slightly higher rate than their share of the population.

Seventy-one percent of mass public shooters have no identifiable political views.

But you would never know this from Biden’s constant claim that white supremacists pose the biggest threat of domestic terrorism or all the entertainment television shows that push this theme.

Instead, the media is intent on construing any attack by a white shooter as an act of “white supremacy.”
A tragic event such as a mass shooting should be a time for renewed solidarity. We shouldn’t let the media divide us by making these tragedies about race and politics.

Lott is the president of the Crime Prevention Research Center - crimeresearch.org (https://crimeresearch.org/). Until January 2021, he was the senior adviser for research and statistics at the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Legal Policy.

From the Jewish News Syndicate | 17 May 2022


Excerpt: What’s wrong with this effort to associate the right with extremist shooters is that those who speak this way are predictably silent when it comes to murders that can’t somehow be linked to the political right. It is not a case of “whataboutism” to note that the anti-white racism of the person who deliberately drove a car into a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wis., murdering six people, did not set off a round of soul-searching on the left about the way the Black Lives Matter movement and the influence of critical race theory is fueling that sort of violence or the riots that burned American cities in the summer of 2020. Nor is it out of bounds to point out that the epidemic of gang shootings that have resulted in hundreds of murders of African-American victims in the city of Chicago alone last year is ignored by the same voices that seek to exploit the far smaller, though terribly, tragic toll of white extremist shootings to delegitimize conservative opinion.
Title: Re: Lone Wolf Activism Doesn't Work
Post by: Private on 18 May 2022 at 21:55
We all have in Creativity and do not need any kind of manifesto. We do not need people with mental illnesses among us including psychopaths and sociopaths. If you do not want contact with muds,sell your house and go in White area with spreading our message. Klassen want old people as chiefs and not young. Pontifex Maximus is just mediator of experience Creator's who become grandfathers. We do not need guys from dysfunctional families into our ranks because they have sick family tree or genetic if you want and it is not eugenic viewpoint who is heart of our religion.
Title: Re: Lone Wolf Activism Doesn't Work
Post by: Private on 22 May 2022 at 12:52
And now we have the clown in Buffalo that killed 10 people for his misguided perception. Amazingly the media hasn't ran that 24/7.