The month of June has been regularly designated “LGBT History Month,” a fact that’s particularly sobering considering the horrific act of mass murder at Orlando’s Pulse night club. Yes, it bears repeating that the deadliest mass shooting by a single person in U.S. history was committed against the LGBT community — a group that is already singled out for physical violence and discriminatory legislation. And yet, for some inexplicable reason, someone (probably a troll with nothing better to do) started the hashtag #HeterosexualPrideDay.
A shocking June 23, 2016 article for Breitbart.com, Katie McHugh revealed that the “Muslim Iraqi and Sudanese migrant families whose male children stripped a white, five-year-old Idaho girl naked, sexually assaulted her, and urinated in her mouth while filming their attack have been evicted from their apartment complex.” I say shocking not because of the details of the crime, but rather because the crime itself appears to be an utter fabrication by right wing news outlets and fringe conspiracy websites. Continue reading “Breitbart Continues to Push Refugee Gang-Rape Hoax”
After a bare majority of the UK’s population voted in favor of Brexit — the referendum on whether Britain should remain a part of the European Union — UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage swiftly declared victory. “We’ve fought against the multinationals, the merchant banks and big politics’ lies corruption and deceit,” Farage declared, adding that they achieved victory “without having to fire a single bullet” — perhaps purposefully omitting the savage murder of British MP Jo Cox at the hands of Thomas “Britain first!” Mair. Mr. Farage isn’t the only one celebrating Britain’s “independence” from the European Union, however. Legions of white nationalists lit up social media with calls for the dissolution of the EU and for an all-white homeland.
In a recent episode of his eponymous Internet show, conspiracy theorist Alex Jones went on a tirade about Fox News pundit Bill O’Reilly, whose recent interview with Donald Trump centered on the gun control debate. Specifically, O’Reilly wanted to know if Trump was in favor of banning “big guns” (I can only assume he meant automatic and semiautomatic weapons) as well as restricting the Second Amendment rights of people put on the secretive “terror watch list.” After chastising O’Reilly for talking to his audience as if they were children, Jones completely lost it, calling O’Reilly a “bully” hellbent on taking away our constitutional rights. Continue reading “Alex Jones Has a Meltdown Over Bill O’Reilly’s Gun Control Segment”
I’m assuming no one covered it because it never happened.
The Trump campaign fires Corey Lewandowski, right-wing radio host accuses refugees of bringing diseases, the Senate blocks gun control measures after the Orlando massacre, and more. Continue reading “Headlines — 6/20/16”
A June 13, 2016 article for NOOSE — which advertises itself as an “online fascist zine” — denounced the “unfortunate meme, predictably circulating within the alt right” that there is such a thing as a “good” Jew. Written by someone who calls himself “Max Macro,” the article decries “alt right dullards” who have gone so far as to start “romanticizing jews [sic] for being ‘excellent‘ and ‘hardworking.'” These people, he writes, misunderstand the nature of the Jews — a term Macro refuses to capitalize either out of disrespect or obliviousness. Continue reading “Neo-Fascist Web-Zine Advocates Exterminating the Jews”
In a June 17, 2016 video, American Renaissance founder Jared Taylor issued a message to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, reminding him that he has become a de facto “spokesman for white people,” and advising him on how to Make America Great Again™. And by “advising” I mean reminding Trump of his opinion that America cannot be great if it’s comprised of “a Third World population.”
Last year several Facebook pages appeared advertising so-called “White Student Unions” at well-known universities, including UC Berkeley and Penn State. It was soon reported that the groups were a hoax, most likely concocted by racist trolls from 4chan or 8chan, but it remained unknown who exactly started the phenomena. However, on the June 7, 2016 episode of The Daily Shoah — the alt-right podcast responsible for the now-infamous Jewish echo meme — co-host Mike Enoch finally took credit for creating the White Student Union Facebook page for NYU, which advertised a “community” for people “of European descent.” Continue reading “‘The Daily Shoah’ Co-Host Takes Credit for NYU White Student Union Hoax”
Stormfront — once known as the world’s largest online white nationalist community — was launched in 1995 by Don Black, a former Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard and member of the American Nazi Party. The Internet’s original hate site, Stormfront’s 300,000 registered users (how many are considered active is unknown) frequently discuss everything from interracial crime to Jewish media control to white genocide. But Stormfront is about more than just racism and mass murder. They also have an entire section dedicated to “Poetry and Creative Writing,” which I’ll start exploring with a lengthy poem about — what else? — the Jews. Continue reading “Stormfront Literature: ‘The Jews: A Warning From History’”