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Neo Nazis rally in Washington DC

The Anti-Defamation League (www.adl.org) reports that neo-Nazis organized a protest in Washington DC against the State of Israel.

Anti-Zionists/Anti-Semites flash the Nazi Salute in Washington DC
The NA joined with other white supremacist groups, including the World Church of the Creator, Aryan Nations, and racist skinheads, to protest the U.S. government's support of Israel and the Israeli government's alleged mistreatment of Palestinians. Since September 11, the NA has repeatedly attempted to co-opt the Palestinian cause, to blame Israel and Jews for the September 11 attacks against the U.S., and to fuel anti-Israel sentiments. Despite displaying slogans in support of Palestinian independence, the group made their real agenda known by also protesting non-white immigration to the United States and shouting racial and anti-Semitic epithets.

Like many anti-Semites, the above idiots hide their hate of Jews by claiming they are simply anti-Zionists and against the State of Israel. But when they constantly flash the Nazi salute, they don't hide it as well as their anti-Semites counterparts from the left.

I copy the full report below.

Neo-Nazis Rally in Nation's Capital
http://www.adl.org/Learn/
news/Neo_Nazis_Rally.asp

Neo-Nazis gathered in Washington, DC, on August 24 for one of the largest white supremacist rallies in the United States in recent years. Organized by the National Alliance (NA), who misleadingly called themselves "Tax Payers Against Terrorism" for this event, their march on the U.S. Capitol was the neo-Nazi group's fourth anti-Israel event in Washington, D.C., since September 11.

The NA joined with other white supremacist groups, including the World Church of the Creator, Aryan Nations, and racist skinheads, to protest the U.S. government's support of Israel and the Israeli government's alleged mistreatment of Palestinians. Since September 11, the NA has repeatedly attempted to co-opt the Palestinian cause, to blame Israel and Jews for the September 11 attacks against the U.S., and to fuel anti-Israel sentiments. Despite displaying slogans in support of Palestinian independence, the group made their real agenda known by also protesting non-white immigration to the United States and shouting racial and anti-Semitic epithets.

In an effort to lure more people to this rally, the NA announced it would hold a white power rock concert, "Rock Against Israel," after the event-but only those who attended the rally would be admitted to the concert. This relatively new strategy on the part of the NA has allowed the group to attract increasingly larger numbers to its events. This event, which was partially re-billed as a tribute to former NA leader William Pierce following his death in July, attracted about 475 supporters. The tribute to Pierce, author of The Turner Diaries and one of the country's most prominent anti-Semites and racists, was another reason for the increased attendance. The last combined rally/white power concert, held in May, drew about 250 white supremacists.

Counter protestors, including left-wing anti-racist and anarchist groups, confronted the NA in a nearby rally of their own, which attracted about 500 supporters. In several previous confrontations between white supremacists and anti-racist and anarchist groups at racist rallies, violence broke out when the factions were able to break through police lines and meet head-on. This time, Metro DC and U.S. Capitol police created a solid wall between the two groups that prevented violent incidents during the events. However, according to media reports, a group of white supremacists were attacked earlier in the day in Baltimore on their way to the rally by anti-racist activists wielding tire irons, baseball bats, and hockey sticks. Police who arrived on the scene arrested about 30 of the attackers. At least three white supremacists were treated at a local hospital.

Although police kept white supremacists and anti-racist activists apart during the rallies, each faction tried to outshout the other and to break through police lines. The neo-Nazis carried Nazi flags and yelled "Sieg Heil" and anti-Semitic slogans, while anti-racists shouted "Death to the Nazis." Some anti-racist activists also carried signs that exhorted people to fight back against "killer cops." The demonstration ended without major incident; police arrested one man who tried to throw a rock at the neo-Nazis.

The rally was important to the NA, not only because it generated considerable publicity, but also because the event attracted about twice as many supporters as the previous one, a fact the NA could use to demonstrate to white supremacists that Pierce's death did not mean the end of the group he founded. A disappointing turnout at the rally would have spelled trouble for Erich Gliebe, the white power music promoter appointed to take Pierce's place. Now, unfortunately, the group may be emboldened to launch more demonstrations in the future.

Posted by David Melle at August 29, 2002 12:16 AM
Comments

I am most definitely anti-Zionist but, I am NOT anti-semitic...
I think it's time for you people to decide if you're REAL AMERICAN or Zionists. THERE IS NO WAY YOU CAN BE BOTH!!!
God took Palestine from the Jews in AD 70 and the Israeli government only survives because American taxpayers givethem 10 million dollars a day!!! In welfare!!!!

Posted by: MYKE BRITT on November 7, 2002 12:13 PM

Anti-Semtic Message Board in New York City:Users of Roommate Service Receive Anti-Jewish E-Mail
By DAVID F. GALLAGHER


sers of a well-known roommate-matching service in Manhattan say that after signing up with the service they began receiving e-mail messages from a Holocaust-revisionist Web site run by the service's founder.

Michael Santomauro, who started the Roommate Finders service in 1979, also runs a Web site called RePortersNoteBook.com that is critical of Jews and Israel, with headlines like "How Kosher Is the Holocaust Story?" Several users of Roommate Finders said similar material began landing in their electronic mailboxes soon after they gave their addresses to the service.

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The e-mail messages that users received were mostly articles taken from Web sites, including articles from mainstream news outlets and sites that question historical accounts of the Holocaust. One message discussed the role of Jews in prostitution in the last century, while another concluded, "The Hitler `gas chambers' never existed." At the bottom of the messages were offers of related books in exchange for a donation, along with Mr. Santomauro's name and a link to his site.

Mr. Santomauro denied that he had knowingly added users' e-mail addresses to his RePortersNoteBook .com mailing list, which he said had more than 140,000 people on it. "The bulk of my client base happens to be Jewish," he said, "and I'm sensitive to that." He said he buys addresses from mailing list brokers and sells his customers' addresses to others. "When I'm compiling or buying lists, there may be names that are overlapping," he said. The Roommate Finders site, at roommatefinders .com, says nothing about how the e-mail addresses will be used, only that personal information may be shared with prospective roommates.

Mr. Santomauro added that he saw nothing wrong with sending such material to people who had not requested it as long as he gave them the option to remove themselves from the list. "It's just an e-mail," he said, "and you have the opportunity to unsubscribe."

Some people who ended up on the list take a different view. Svetlana Lebedeva said that when she began receiving e-mail messages from RePortersNoteBook.com in October, she immediately made the connection with Roommate Finders, where she had recently signed up. "Nobody asked for my permission to be on it, and something as absolutely outrageous as this, I shouldn't have been on it to begin with," she said. "It was very disturbing."

Another Roommate Finders user, Harla Rozner, 30, said she signed up with the service twice in the past year seeking roommates to share her Upper East Side apartment. Both times she began getting e-mail messages from RePortersNoteBook.com. "I would open my mailbox and there would be tons of them," she said.

Ms. Rozner said that when she wrote to Roommate Finders last week complaining about the messages and asking to have her apartment listing removed, she received an article on Jewish slumlords in response, sent from a Roommate Finders' address.

John Mozena, a founder and vice president of the Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial E-Mail, an advocacy group, said those examples show how Web users need to look for a site's privacy policy before turning over personal data. "This seems like the best example I've seen yet on how not to use your customers' information," he said.

Roommate Finders charges $300 for access to listings of people with apartments to share, but adding a listing is free. The site says the service has had more than 217,000 clients, and lists dozens of companies and universities "that put their trust in us," including American Express and Columbia.

Mr. Santomauro said he is "an amateur Holocaust revisionist" who believes that the number of Jews killed by the Nazis has been overstated. He characterized his mailings as noncommercial because they asked only for donations. But he said the books he offered were generating more income than Roommate Finders, which he said has been hurt by a real estate slump.

Some writers whose work appeared on Mr. Santomauro's mailing list are well-known for denying that the Holocaust took place, said Myrna Shinbaum, a spokeswoman for the Anti-Defamation League. "It's unfortunate that people who are opening their e-mail and looking to find a roommate are finding this kind of extreme garbage," she said.

Posted by: alan abramowitz on January 31, 2003 02:10 PM

I come from germany, and i thinke neonazis( thats the name in germany)are terrible people. I have projekt about neonazis in the school, is is interrested and stubid.
this is my mine. Bye your stephanie

Posted by: Stephanie Steinberger on March 2, 2004 01:04 AM

peace is love.

Posted by: Wenbo on May 17, 2004 11:52 AM

I have been a skinhead for some time now and i was at that rally in washington..most skinheads are against jews as i am just thought i would share some info :)

Posted by: Brandon Campanaro on May 18, 2004 07:31 AM

Neo nazis are STUPID DUMB BIG DUMB BUTTS!

Posted by: fleft on June 16, 2004 05:56 AM

I LOVE THE FACT THAT IM BLACK (YES BLACK) AND A JEW! BLACK POWER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! F*** KKK AND NOT-Z-RO'S

Posted by: allyson on February 3, 2005 03:02 PM

The neo-nazis aka jackasses are a joke. You ppl are the scum of the earth. I know what makes you all so angry it's your fear and anger fueled by fear is nothing more than an illusion. Feel free to drop me an e-mail, if you aren't to affraid in fact tell Mr. Hale to get a life for me!!! Cowards are what you are, nothing more. I cant wait to be looking down on your sad souls from the gaits of heaven as you all burn in the pits of hell, get a life you human garbage!!!

Posted by: Raymond Robles on March 1, 2005 07:13 PM

I am now and I always will be against the Neo-Nazi and Skinheads you people are the scum of the earth and I just thought you should actully get to know the history behind the holocaust and what that faggot hitler did because he was such a little coward as of all of you skinhead nazi fucks out there so have fun chanting your chants and doing what you do but i will spit on your graves when you are down burning in hell

Posted by: parker on April 13, 2005 06:39 PM

I am Jew (Persian, Spanish and German). I care less about actions of neonazis. They will fall by the hand of Simeon. Greater Israel has a solution for them. As for Palestine, I do believe Israel needs to come to a resolution for peace. Palestine needs to contribute to this cause too.

Posted by: Ivri on July 7, 2005 02:30 PM

Im against the neo-nazis and skin head but still, burning in hell that seems just abit harsh dont you think, yeah sure a good beating would be pretty sweet, but I could never wish pain for all eternity on anyone. It's just too mean ya know?

Posted by: Tom Jaffe on December 2, 2005 05:12 PM

You are right. also hate creates hate, by hating neonazis and writing about it in public, you are providing them with a reason to mistrust jewish people, they will say, see they really do hate us.you are feeding their illusion.

Posted by: on December 14, 2005 03:56 PM

You guys need to embrace diversity. Stop being hypocritical by HATING a certain group because they HATE a certain group. Learn to get along not everyone shares the same beliefs as you. Racists are people just like you or me.

Posted by: on February 13, 2006 11:06 PM

FUCK YOU NEO NAZI DOUCHBAGS.GO EAT SHIT YOU FREAKING STINKING ASS FAGGOTS.

Posted by: Rousseau on December 9, 2006 09:21 PM

NAZIS ARE THE WORST THING EVER ALIVE...im not jewish i just dont think anyone should be treated like that for no reason at all...

Posted by: Marcela on January 25, 2007 04:07 PM
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