Trump, White Nationalists and Neo Nazis
“Virtually every alt-right Nazi I know is volunteering for the Trump campaign,” said white nationalist Andrew Anglin.
The following is just a collection of links to articles and quotes from articles that I gathered during the election, about Trump, Trump surrogates, advisors and associates, as well as articles about neo nazis, white nationalists and other bigots who fervently supported Trump, and still do.
These relationships are not coincidental, there are too many for that to be the case.
This issue came up during the election and I recognized it was likely to continue to come up again and again during the election. It did. I began keeping Track of articles about Trump/white nantionalists/neo nazis. Some people will throw up their hands and say “well the neo nazi’s and white power folks have to support some one, so who cares if they support trump”. Well, yes, but the difference is how widespread, involved and intense the support is. A huge number of these groups and personalities have endorsed trump, the constantly talked about him (and continue to do so) on websites, youtube channels, and radio shows. They have robo called for him during the primaries in multiple states, they are robo calling in the general, and running radio ads for him, they ended up as his convention delegates showed up at this rallies in neo nazi uniforms. They have gone after jewish reporters who have been critical of trump, stalking and harassing them online, posting their personal details and issuing death threats.
What is even more troubling is Trumps reaction. He could have easily rebuked their endorsements, derided their racists ideology, eschewed their online persecution of jewish journalists. That’s not what he has done. He has begrudgingly disavowed David Dukes endorsement after being pressed on the issue, he has refused to oppose the persecution of jews online. Worse he has been retweeting the fuck out of white supremacist and neo nazi memes and other tweets. His son campaign staff and surrogates have appeared on white nationalist radio, podcast and other shows. This all amounts to encouraging and dog whistling the hell out of this hateful demographic, and at this point there is no doubt he is doing it on purpose.
When people say “oh but Obama/Hillary have BLM supporters or rev wright” well it’s a case of size, scale and intensity. What we have seen with the white power folks and trumps campaign is something we have never seen before in modern U.S. history
My apologies, for the formatting, etc, this is really just to try and put all the links I have gathered in one place. I intend to write shorter articles using the links found below.
I must admit this list is no where near complete there is so much more out there.
Over a long career, August Kreis III has been a white supremacist, a fringe Christian minister, a hater of Jews, a neo-Nazi and a Ku Klux Klan leader.
During the trial, Kreis had displayed a sign to the jury saying “Vote for Donald Trump.” The judge instructed the jury to disregard the sign and focus on evidence.
On Thursday, in a Lexington County courtroom, he became something else: a convicted child molester.
Don Black has come a long way from leading the Ku Klux Klan. As the Grand Wizard, or national leader, of the group in 1978, he’s credited with growing the movement.
He says that now that work is largely being done by GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump
Two people appear to perform Nazi salute as they exit a Kansas City event for the leading Republican candidate
Almost a dozen white men decked out in the regalia of a white supremacist group hung out toward the back of the Trump-loving crowd, cheering heartily at the mogul’s calls for stricter immigration enforcement, and eyeing police as they dispatched protesters.
The group is called Keystone United — also known as the Keystone State Skinheads — and it’s one of the better-organized state-level white supremacist franchises in the country.
Asked by the disgusting and evil Jewish parasite Wolf Blitzer to denounce the Stormer Troll Army, The Glorious Leader declined.
The Jew Wolf was attempting to Stump the Trump, bringing up stormer attacks on Jew terrorist Julia Ioffe. Trump responded to the request with “I have no message to the fans” which might as well have been “Hail Victory, Comrades!”
timesofisreal: ‘Fire up the oven’: Neo-Nazis target Jewish candidate in CaliforniaTrump-supporting white supremacists use racist website to coordinate online attacks against Erin Schrode, 25, a candidate in state’s Democratic primary June 5, 2016
Jonathan Weisman, deputy Washington editor for the New York Times, wrote about his experience as a victim of this harassment in a May 26 story.
“Hello ((Weisman)),” it began after Weisman tweeted a Washington Post article about Donald Trump titled “This Is How Fascism Comes to America.”
Weisman asked his harasser, @CyberTrump, to explain the symbol. “It’s a dog whistle, fool,” the user responded. “Belling the cat for my fellow goyim.”
Trump is “giving us the old wink-wink,” wrote Andrew Anglin, editor of a white supremacist website called The Daily Stormer, after Trump retweeted two other “white genocide” theorists within a single minute. “Whereas the odd White genocide tweet could be a random occurrence, it isn’t statistically possible that two of them back to back could be a random occurrence. It could only be deliberate…Today in America the air is cold and it tastes like victory.”
Politico reports that Stormfront, a Ku Klux Klan website, has seen a traffic spike that required a server upgrade in recent weeks. The site leaders have attributed this rise to Trump’s rhetoric, which they have used as an outreach point to say that Trump has tapped into sentiments typically ignored by mainstream politicians
A study by the Twitter analytics firm Little Bird in January found that 62% of the accounts that Donald Trump rewteeted had ties to white supremacists
An analysis of Trump’s Twitter account revealed that his racism is no accident. Donald Trump has retweeted white supremacists 75 times since his campaign began.
The Traditionalist Worker Party, known as a white nationalist group, said on its website that it had planned the Sunday event in conjunction with the Golden State Skinheads “to make a statement about the precarious situation our race is in” after “brutal assaults” at Donald Trump events in California.
“I’m overjoyed to see Donald Trump and most Americans embrace most of the issues I’ve championed for years,” he (David Duke) said.
One person sent me a picture of a frog wearing Nazi garb and standing in front of Auschwitz’s gate with the caption “You get a gold star!”
“His summary of his tenure’s achievement reported as ‘…I fired the Jews,’ ” wrote Meyer, a former official in the Pentagon inspector general’s office whose grievance was obtained by McClatchy.
“In his final days, he allegedly lectured Mr. Crane on the details of concentration camps and how the ovens were too small to kill 6 million Jews,” wrote Meyer,
“He begins talking about Donald Trump rallies and attacking people at the Black Lives Matter protest,” police said
Per court documents, the attacker also told authorities that he “took a blood oath to fight on the street, and if he was let go tonight, he planned on heading down to the next Donald Trump rally and stomping out more of the Black Lives Matter group.”
Taylor, one of America’s foremost “racialists,” is impressed and relieved. “That’s a powerful appeal,” he said. “If he can just stick to that, he is in very good shape.”
Act met a Trump supporter who compared “the Muslim” to “satanic cults” and cults “that sacrifice human babies”
Act also interviewed a group of young white men who were holding a large ““Diversity = White Genocide” banner.
In defense of flying the confederate flag a Trump advisor wrote…
In a Facebook post published Thursday, Miller suggests the Civil War was first and foremost about protecting free speech — not slavery.
“We’re losing our country. Look at the Super Bowl salute to the Black Panther cop killers. It’s time to stand up and vote for Donald Trump for president and vote for me, David Duke for the U.S. Senate.”
Tom Foreman: “White Nationalist Publisher Jared Taylor Called The Speech ‘Almost Perfect’”
“Followers of white nationalists on Twitter were heavily invested in Donald Trump’s presidential campaign,” the report says.
“White nationalist users referenced Trump more than almost any other topic, and Trump-related hashtags outperformed every white nationalist hashtag except for #whitegenocide.”
Two members of Donald Trump’s inner circle shared memes on social media over the weekend featuring a symbol popular with the white nationalist alt-right.
Riffing off of Hillary Clinton’s remark that some of Trump’s supporters are racists, misogynists, and xenophobes who belong in a “basket of deplorables,” the meme shared by Donald Trump Jr. and Trump ally Roger Stone showed key Trump allis photoshopped onto a poster from the move “The Expendables.” In the edited poster for “The Deplorables,” those armed staffers and Trump boosters are shown alongside Pepe the Frog, a cartoon figure that first cropped up on the 4chan website and has since become associated with the white supremacist movement online.
These Jews don’t seem to understand that linking Duke to Trump is a failing strategy. That’s OK though. I hope they keep doing it. It just means that Duke will be Louisiana’s next Senator and Trump will be President. [Infostormer, 9/12/16]
Self-Described “Racist” Trump Donor: “Jews Have To Leave America”
“We have a wonderful OPPORTUNITY here folks, that may never come again,” wrote Rocky J. Suhayda, the head of the American Nazi Party, last fall. “Donald Trump’s campaign statements, if nothing else, have SHOWN that ‘our views’ are NOT so ‘unpopular’ as the Political Correctness crowd have told everyone they are!” […]
“Our message is more visible than ever before,” Griffin wrote on his website. “It’s also all due to Trump’s presidential run…Can you imagine a world in which White Nationalists have come out of the closet, the charge of ‘racism’ elicits only a ‘meh’ and shrugged shoulders, and we have begun to openly organize?”
The Anti-Defamation League, on Tuesday, designated the cartoon character “Pepe the Frog” — an online favorite of white supremacists of the alt-right — an online hate symbol.
“Virtually every alt-right Nazi I know is volunteering for the Trump campaign,” said white nationalist Andrew Anglin.
White supremacists are active on social media and their websites report a sharp rise in traffic and visitors, particularly when posting stories and chat forums about the New York businessman.
Stormfront, already one of the oldest and largest white nationalist websites, reported a 600% increase in readership since President Obama’s election, and now has more than one in five threads devoted to Trump. It reportedly had to upgrade its servers recently due to the increased traffic.
yesterday another Trump aide, economic adviser Stephen Moore, appeared on “Liberty Roundtable” to spin Trump’s abysmal performance in the first presidential debate.
Breitbart called campaign CEO Steve Bannon the “Leni Riefenstahl of the Tea Party movement” — for good reason.
Eric Trump was interviewed on the “Liberty Roundtable” program with host Sam Bushman, who syndicates white nationalist James Edwards’ program “The Political Cesspool.”
Edwards’ program is considered by the Southern Poverty Law Center to be an “overtly racist, anti-Semitic radio show.”
Last May, William Johnson stepped down as a delegate for Donald Trump to the GOP national convention after Mother Jones revealed him to be the leader of the white nationalist American Freedom Party. Reluctant to draw negative attention to Trump, Johnson has largely receded from view since then — until yesterday, when the Los Angeles Times reported that Johnson’s white nationalist super-PAC is **funding pro-Trump radio ads set to run in more than a half dozen states.**
In March Trump Jr. retweeted a message by a writer who has complained about interracial dating and said that being gay is a birth defect. In the same month he sat for an interview with a radio host who has said that slavery was the best thing that ever happened to black Americans.
In July he “liked” a tweet by an account that often posts pictures of Jews with exaggeratedly large noses, cartoons in which Judaism is an octopus strangling the Earth, etc.
In August he retweeted an anti-Semitic “scholar” whose “work” on such subjects as the “the Jewish advantage in the possession of wealth” has been praised by David Duke.
In September he posted a white-supremacist “deplorables” meme and wrote that he was proud to be depicted in it alongside such individuals as far-right hate-speech hero Milo Yiannopoulos. Then he made a casual reference to gas chambers while complaining about the media. And then he tweeted a story about “Europe’s Rape Epidemic” which included the insane claim that “tens of thousands of young British girls” have been “brutalised, tortured, beaten and raped by organised gangs comprised almost exclusively of Muslims.”
`If Hillary wins, the Republican establishment will be totally discredited,’’ he said. ``The `alt-right’ will be the only option for the white working class. We will be become their de facto voice.’’
Heimbach is actively preparing for the possibility.
In 2018, he plans to run for a state legislature seat in Paoli, Indiana, where he moved in 2013.
I saw images of my daughter’s face in gas chambers, with a smiling Trump in a Nazi uniform preparing to press a button and kill her. I saw her face photo-shopped into images of slaves. She was called a “niglet” and a “dindu.” The alt-right unleashed on my wife, Nancy, claiming that she had slept with black men while I was deployed to Iraq, and that I loved to watch while she had sex with “black bucks.” People sent her pornographic images of black men having sex with white women, with someone photoshopped to look like me, watching.