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The Ku Klux Klan plans to use US military troops returning from overseas deployments to begin military training for its members, according to a new report, though the success of the group’s recruitment drive is unclear.The Loyal White Knights within the larger, nationwide white supremacist group – which has an estimated 6,500 members – told Barcroft Media they have stepped up efforts to train and recruit new members, specifically children, in preparation for a race war.“We’re going to do something a little different for probably the next couple of years to try to get our men and women ready for the upcoming battle that we’re about to take upon us, and this is something that no Klan has ever done and we’re going to start it,” said one Klan leader at meeting of about 40 people in Parkersburg, West Virginia. 154 more words
By: Graham Gremore
Good/bad news out of Russia.
The good news: The leader of the antigay terrorist group “Occupy Pedophilia,” which made a sport out of luring young gay men into degrading and abusive encounters through fake online profiles, has been sentenced to prison in Russia. 202 more words
Das Gremium spricht in seinem Bericht außerdem von “Fiasko” und “Desaster”, nachdem die drei Jenaer Neonazis Anfang 1998 untergetaucht waren – nicht nur mit Blick auf die “Organisationsmängel” in den Behörden und bei der anfänglichen Fahndung, vielmehr auch wegen der “massiven Unterschätzung“ der Gewaltbereitschaft der militanten rechten Szene. 185 more words
“I think when I first heard the XX and the XXX, albums I just kind of got a vibe off his character and the sound of his voice and he’s a bit different from your usual rappers,” Rustie speaking to MTV… 150 more words
The Belgian League Against Anti-Semitism, or LBCA, filed the complaint Wednesday against the parties responsible for hanging a Turkish- and French-language sign at a cafe in Saint-Nicolas, a town located just east of the southern city of Liege.The Turkish text reads: “Dogs are allowed in this establishment but Jews are not under any circumstances.” The French text replaces “Jews” with “Zionists.”Following the LBCA complaint, the mayor of Saint-Nicolas, Jacques Heleven, dispatched police to the cafe, who had the sign removed and confirmed the LBCA report.The window display also included a Palestinian flag, an Israeli flag crossed out with a red “X” sign, and a kaffieh, or Palestinian shawl, draped around it.“LBCA will file in the coming hours a criminal complaint with the Liege prosecutor over the actions of those responsible for this violation of the July 30 law against racism and xenophobia of 1981,” LBCA said in a statement. 11 more words