White Supremacy & the Pacific Northwest

In a Spokesman Review article (8.8.19) Chad Sokol detailed rumors that members of a neo-Nazi group called The Base were traveling to a “hate camp” north of Spokane County around mid-August 2019.  The leader of The Base  AKA Norman Spear & Roman Wolf recently purchased land near Colville & Chewelah, Washington state. According to Sokol’s research, The Base is a secretive network of neo-Nazis with self-proclaimed goals of “plotting & training for terrorist attacks.” Their membership & ideology are shared with the Atomwaffen Division, another known terrorist group recruited from the United States military.

Vice News reported “The Base maintains a trove of manuals with instructions on lone wolf tactics, gunsmithing, data mining, interrogation techniques, counter-surveillance, bomb / chemical weapons making & guerilla warfare.”  Police were tipped off by Eugene Antifa, a group of anonymous left-wing activists in Eugene, OR, when they posted a rumor on Twitter that members of The Base are “flying into Spokane Airport from all over the country to attend a “hate camp”.

Eastern Washington state & Northern Idaho have long been home to white supremacists & neo-Nazis.  “In the early 1970s, Richard Butler founded the Aryan Nations, also known as the Church of Jesus Christ–Christian, whose ideology is a mixture of Christian Identity and Nazism. The organization operated from a 20-acre (81,000 m2) compound in Hayden Lake, Idaho, a suburb of the tourist town Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, which became the center of a neo-Nazi network with worldwide links.

Beginning in the 1980s, Butler was implicated in plots to overthrow the United States government & investigated for his ties to the neo-Nazi group known as The Order. His group distributed white supremacist propaganda, even holding an annual skinhead parade in downtown Coeur d’Alene. The community responded with complete condemnation of the Aryan Nations with locals forming the Kootenai County Task Force on Human Relations.

Richard Butler and his Aryan Nation were finally taken down when victims of their harassment and assaults won a big award in civil court which ultimately bankrupted Butler and he was forced to relinquish his compound and land in northern Idaho. But, that wasn’t the end of neo-Nazi ideology in the Pacific Northwest. In the several decades since white supremacists and modern-day neo-Nazis first took refuge in the Pacific Northwest, the number of “hate groups” as defined by the Southern Poverty Law Center has increased to 28 known active groups in WA state and 10 in Idaho. With down homey names like Our Place Fellowship, Truth in Love Project, Fortress of Faith, and America’s Promise Ministries, members share a common thread of perceived persecution by the United States Federal government (Deep State Conspiracy), the mainstream media (Fake News), Hollywood liberals, globalists, Democrats, and elitist intellectuals. Their list of grievances include general disregard for the Constitution, violations of parental rights, lack of Christian Conservative Patriot representation, overwhelming bureaucracy, hostile business environment, onerous taxation and the rights of Christian conscience.

Fast forward to 2019: Spokane Valley, WA, has become a nexus for white supremacists, the Republican party and mainstream America in their goal to create a separate Christian state carved out of Eastern Washington called Liberty State 51.   WA state representative Matt Shea (4th Legislative District) is a leading voice in the populist  Liberty State Dominionist movement.  A self-avowed Evangelical, Shea is widely known for his “Biblical Basis of War”  a Christian Nationalist manifesto with laws and rules for “the coming holy war as revealed by God”, outlined in 14 bullet points – an overt nod to white supremacist / founder of The Order, David Lane and his 14 Words We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children.”

According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, the domestic terrorist attack in El Paso (8.3.19) is typical of the accelerationist urgency of the current  white power movement, which argues that violence is the only way to achieve the goal of creating a white, non-Jewish ethnostate.  Adherents believe that President Donald J Trump is their divinely-inspired leader who is ushering in America’s Second Civil War but the time and opportunity to “Make America Great Again” may very well end if Trump loses the presidency in 2020.


2018 neo-Nazi hate groups according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.

*Asterisk denotes headquarters​
America First Committee (Lyons, Illinois)
American Nazi Party (Statewide, California)
American Nazi Party (Westland, Michigan)
Aryan Nations Sadistic Souls MC (Canton, Illinois)
Aryan Nations Sadistic Souls MC (Grovespring, Missouri)
Aryan Nations Sadistic Souls MC (Statewide, Ohio)
Aryan Nations Sadistic Souls MC (Statewide, Oklahoma)
Aryan Nations Sadistic Souls MC (Statewide, Wisconsin)
Aryan Nations Sadistic Souls MC (Wood River, Illinois)
Atomwaffen Division (Las Vegas, Nevada)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, Alabama)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, Arizona)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, Arkansas)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, California)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, Colorado)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, Florida)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, Georgia)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, Illinois)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, Kentucky)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, Maine)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, Maryland)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, Massachusetts)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, Michigan)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, Minnesota)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, Mississippi)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, Missouri)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, New Jersey)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, New York)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, North Carolina)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, Ohio)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, Oklahoma)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, South Carolina)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, Texas)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, Virginia)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, Washington)
Atomwaffen Division (Statewide, Wisconsin)
Endangered Souls RC/Crew 519 (Statewide, Florida)
Endangered Souls RC/Crew 519 (Statewide, Idaho)
National Alliance (Hillsboro, West Virginia)
National Alliance (Laurel Bloomery, Tennessee)
National Alliance (Statewide, Iowa)
National Alliance Reform and Restoration Group (Carson City, Nevada)
National Socialist German Workers Party (Lincoln, Nebraska)
National Socialist Legion (Statewide, Tennessee)
National Socialist Legion (Statewide, Texas)
National Socialist Liberation Front (Statewide, Alabama)
National Socialist Liberation Front (Statewide, New York)
National Socialist Liberation Front (Statewide, Pennsylvania)
National Socialist Movement (Detroit, Michigan)
National Socialist Movement (Maricopa, Arizona)
National Socialist Movement (Statewide, Florida)
National Socialist Movement (Statewide, Illinois)
National Socialist Movement (Statewide, Pennsylvania)
National Socialist Movement (Statewide, Tennessee)
Nationalist Initiative (South Vienna, Ohio)
Nationalist Women’s Front (Statewide, California)
New Order (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
Noble Breed Kindred (Statewide, California)
NS Publications (Wyandotte, Michigan)
PzG Inc. (Rapid City, South Dakota)
Radio Wehrwolf (Fitchburg, Wisconsin)
The Creativity Alliance (Gladewater, Texas)
The Creativity Alliance (Statewide, Florida)
The Creativity Alliance (Statewide, Illinois)
The Creativity Alliance (Statewide, Pennsylvania)
The Creativity Movement (Brookings, South Dakota)
The Creativity Movement (Statewide, Illinois)
The Creativity Movement (Statewide, Michigan)
The Creativity Movement (Statewide, Ohio)
The Daily Stormer (Statewide, Alaska)
The Daily Stormer (Statewide, California)
The Daily Stormer (Statewide, Connecticut)
The Daily Stormer (Statewide, Indiana)
The Daily Stormer (Statewide, Louisiana)
The Daily Stormer (Statewide, Maine)
The Daily Stormer (Statewide, Michigan)
The Daily Stormer (Statewide, Minnesota)
The Daily Stormer (Statewide, Nebraska)
The Daily Stormer (Statewide, Nevada)
The Daily Stormer (Statewide, New Hampshire)
The Daily Stormer (Statewide, New Jersey)
The Daily Stormer (Statewide, North Carolina)
The Daily Stormer (Statewide, Oregon)
The Daily Stormer (Statewide, Pennsylvania)
The Daily Stormer (Statewide, South Carolina)
The Daily Stormer (Statewide, Tennessee)
The Daily Stormer (Statewide, Texas)
The Daily Stormer (Statewide, Utah)
The Daily Stormer (Statewide, Virginia)
The Daily Stormer (Statewide, Washington)
The Daily Stormer (Worthington, Ohio)
Third Reich Books (Fairbury, Nebraska)
Traditionalist Worker Party (Statewide, Alabama)
Traditionalist Worker Party (Statewide, Colorado)
Traditionalist Worker Party (Statewide, Florida)
Traditionalist Worker Party (Statewide, Georgia)
Traditionalist Worker Party (Statewide, Indiana)
Traditionalist Worker Party (Statewide, Kentucky)
Traditionalist Worker Party (Statewide, Michigan)
Traditionalist Worker Party (Statewide, North Carolina)
Traditionalist Worker Party (Statewide, Ohio)
Traditionalist Worker Party (Statewide, Tennessee)
Traditionalist Worker Party (Statewide, Texas)
Traditionalist Worker Party (Statewide, Virginia)
Vanguard America (Statewide, Indiana)
Vanguard America (Statewide, Pennsylvania)
Vanguard America (Statewide, Rhode Island)
Vanguard America (Statewide, Tennessee)
Vanguard America (Statewide, Texas)
Vanguard America Women’s Division (Statewide, Indiana)
Vanguard News Network (Kirksville, Missouri)
White Aryan Resistance (San Jacinto, California)

Twitter Hashtags: 1st Responders Compensation

July 17, 2019 – Republican Senator Rand Paul stopped the Senate Bill renewing the 9/11 First Responders Compensation Fund, even though Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell assured America the fund would not run dry.

Except it has.

Jon Stewart makes the 9/11 Heroes his life’s service. “At some point, we have to stand up for the people who have always stood up for us, and at this moment in time maybe cannot stand up for themselves due to their illnesses and their injuries,” Stewart said. “And what Rand Paul did today on the floor of the Senate was outrageous.”

RESIST!

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SPOKANE WA – Local POLITICS WATCH

November 2019 Elections
Spokane City Council President 

Mike Fagan
SOURCE: Joseph Thompson www. ElectMikeFagan.com

“It’s really funny the way the Republican Party works,” Mike Fagan said. “People end up getting little labels and break off into their splinter whereas the Democrats kick our butt every time. They get more goal oriented and cast everything else off to the side. That’s admirable. I wish others could do the same.”

Mike Fagan Spokane City Council PresidentFagan said he wants to hold politicians accountable and did so in 1999 against a politician of his own party. Former Congressman George Nethercutt Jr. ousted then, Speaker of the House Tom Foley in 1994 partly due to his stance on term limits. While campaigning in 1999, Nethercutt went back on his stance and Fagan made sure to point that out at every campaign event he could.

“In 1999, I spent a whole year chasing [Nethercutt] up and down the 5th District because he was getting ready to lie to the people that elected him,” Fagan said. “I ended up donning a brown, fuzzy, full-length weasel costume — and I shadowed him all around the Fifth Congressional District with a sign that said ‘Keep your word, George.’ I had a little king’s crown with the seal of Congress and I made a red sash that said ‘King Weasel.’ ”

Fagan said he wasn’t “high up on the food chain” of his party and credits that to his actions toward Nethercutt. “I got looked at differently by the rest of the party because I stood my ground and wanted our people to tell the truth,” Fagan said.

While Fagan had praise for GU’s increasing development, his criticism of GU stemmed from the university’s handling of Dinesh D’Souza’s visit to campus.
“Here you are, a student at a law school, aren’t you guys teaching the First Amendment?” Fagan said. “I had to scratch my head on that one.”

Spokane has been home to several rallies, demonstrations and protests aimed at President Donald Trump. Fagan sees these as events that “bring on the destruction of private property, injuries and maybe even a death or two occurred.”
Fagan questions the purpose of such events and urges protesters to accept November’s results.

“All for what?” Fagan said. “You’ve got the rumor floating around on social media saying that some of these protesters are being paid, transported to these events. ‘Come on, guys. Trump won the election. Give him an opportunity to work.’ ”
Fagan doubled down on that sentiment during a recent pro-Trump rally.

“The Democrats are planning an all-out effort of mayhem and destruction,” Fagan said, according to The Spokesman-Review. So far, demonstrations in Spokane haven’t turned violent.

Fagan accused Ben Stuckart and fellow council members of “packing the chambers” for a vote on an ordinance set to ban religious registries in city government. “I can see exactly how this all worked out,” Fagan said. “The day before, a couple of council members, including [Stuckart], were out at the Lincoln statue and word gets out to me that [Stuckart] was actually encouraging people to load up the council chambers.”

Fagan voted against putting the ordinance on the agenda because religious registries are “not allowed by law,” the ordinance was not an emergency like Stuckart said it was, and was based on political campaign speech and “it just so happens the guy that sponsored the bill happens to be running against [Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers] and this is a way to ignite his base and pull off a nice little campaign stunt.”

Despite voting against placing the ordinance on the agenda, Fagan voted for the ordinance. According to Fagan, Stuckart was taking pictures of the crowd with his cellphone. “It wouldn’t surprise me the least if some of those pictures didn’t end up on his campaign webpage,” Fagan said. Currently, no photos of the meeting are available on Stuckart’s campaign website, Facebook or Twitter.

Fagan lived around the globe as a child as his father was in the Navy. “I grew up a Navy brat,” Fagan said. “I’ve lived all over the world.” Fagan thinks his ethnicity and worldliness are assets for him on City Council.

“I am multiracial,” Fagan said. “I have an appreciation for the multi-racial conversations we have out in the community. I think my worldview is much more expanded than the people I’m actually representing because I’ve had that worldly experience.” The councilman is entering his second and final term with City Council and doesn’t have eyes for state or federal government positions.

“I’m 57,” Fagan said. “I’ve done a lot, seen a lot. I’ve been to a lot of different places. I have no aspirations for D.C., no aspirations of going to Olympia.” Fagan will most likely return to his roots as a community organizer. “Before I came into office, I was a community leader in Bemis, Whitman and Hillyard,” Fagan said. “To me, vying for a seat on council was the next natural ladder rung. When I get out of office, I’ll probably head right back to my community and jump in the role of a community leader and carry on.”

SOURCE: Joseph Thompson www. ElectMikeFagan.com

Hey, Mitch McConnell …

by Merlin1963

… Kentucky is calling its senior Senator who just happens to have extraordinary power as Leader of the Republican-held Senate even though he chose not to wield it on behalf of his coal-mining constituents.
by Merlin1963

“McConnell has repeatedly failed to do right by our coal workers and communities. In 2017, McConnell co-authored a high-profile op-ed claiming to support projects that would “provide financial, environmental and economic support to hard-hit coal regions.” However, in a stark contrast to this claim, last year (and the year before that, and the year before that) he failed to win, or even fight for, federal funding for the RECLAIM Act, the Black Lung Disability Trust Fund, and miners’ pension fund. All three of these measures are urgently needed to support a Just Transition for workers and communities in Kentucky.

The RECLAIM Act alone would have brought $1 billion back to coal mining regions in Central Appalachia. But, despite strong outcry from his constituents — including 16 local governments that passed local resolutions urging his support — McConnell did not push for a vote for these programs that would directly benefit his constituents. Despite his enormous influence in Congress, he did nothing. Much like the miners suffering from black lung, he allowed these measures to die without a voice.” Source: DailyKos.com

200 Twitter TROLL accounts spread racist & negative disinformation

by SemDem

“A team of analysts at Politico found a small group of 200 accounts—specifically these guys—drove a “disproportionate” amount of racist and negative disinformation, over a 30-day period, targeting four Democratic presidential candidates for 2020: Sen. Kamala Harris, Sen. Bernie Sanders, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, and former Rep. Beto O’Rourke. In fact, between 2-15% of all Twitter mentions concerning these candidates over that timeframe originated from this small group.

This is the same group that generated or were mentioned in over 140 million tweets in the run-up to the 2018 midterms. Their focus then was on non-existent “voter fraud,” and the false claim that millions of undocumented immigrants vote in elections. The researchers said this group uses highly coordinated techniques to go viral, including funneling their tweets to other suspicious, knowingly automated accounts; the group also deployed sophisticated tactics that seem to easily bypass current detection methods.

Politico also reported that foreign hostiles appear to be involved.”

Source: DailyKos.com

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CNN is NOT the Enemy of the PEOPLE. The FREE PRESS is the defender of freedom & democracy. America Rising BLUE AmericaRisingBLUE.com 

When Nazis came to town

The German American Bund had a significant presence in the 1930s, with youth camps and training camps in New Jersey, upstate New York, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania, and a huge march down East 86th Street in Manhattan. But their mainstream appeal was reduced by their leaders’ German accents and culture.

As Halford E. Luccock famously said, “When and if fascism comes to America it will not be labeled ‘made in Germany’; it will not be marked with a swastika; it will not even be called fascism; it will be called, of course, ‘Americanism.’” The group’s leader Fritz Kuhn was eventually arrested for embezzling Bund funds and sent to prison and stripped of his citizenship. After the war, he was deported to West Germany where he died a few years later. The Bund disbanded soon after the start of World War II, but the people who had supported it remained.

“The first thing that struck me was that an event like this could happen in the heart of New York City, a city that was diverse, modern, and progressive even in 1939. The second thing that struck me was the way these American Nazis used the symbols of America to sell an ideology that a few years later hundreds of thousands of Americans would die fighting against.”

It really illustrated that the tactics of demagogues have been the same throughout the ages. They attack the press, using sarcasm and humor. They tell their followers that they are the true Americans (or Germans or Spartans or…). And they encourage their followers to “take their country back” from whatever minority group has ruined it.

Source: ANightAtTheGarden.com