Friday, September 21, 2007

Roanoke Neo-nazi targets Jena6, FBI Investagates

Last Friday Sept. 14th, I was in Roanoke,VA telling people that Roanoke's resident neo nazi Bill White would create problems. Last night Thursday Sept. 20 White posted the addresses of the Jena6 defendents on his racist website "Overthrow".

From an article just posted on CNN Sept. 21
"Also on Friday, the FBI said it was looking into an online posting by a neo-Nazi white supremacist group that published the home addresses of all six of the African-American teenagers, as well as the phone numbers of some. The group said on its Web site it is calling on followers to "let them know justice is coming."


Floyd, Eye On Hate Radio


  1. Why does everyone make it such a big deal that this moron can use a search engine?

    Is the rest of the racist movement so dumb that this is considered to be an exceptional skill?

    Oh wait...never mind. :-)

  2. No laws were broken. This was public information.

    OPP lists hundreds of addresses and photos of people they don't like. Citizens Against Hate use to do it as well.

    The MSM, in their outing of racist typically does the same thing routinely, sometimes they don't stop at that but list employer information as well.

    So, in the words of another "essayist"--"Cry me a river."

  3. In response to mental patient Michael Blevins.

    It might be illegal because he also says "lynch in Jena 6" while posting their addresses.

    Sounds like a direct threat although we know you or BW doesn't have the guts to actually do the deed. BW is hoping another Benjamin Smith comes along instead.

  4. CNN on youtube talking about this

    Martin Luther King III sure handles himself with a lot of class.

  5. Encouraging violence is never right. Bill is nothing more than a publicity whore and he doesn't care who gets hurt as long as he gets his fifteen minutes in the sun.

    He has jumped on so many bandwagons that he now knows all the tunes. These are kids - high-school children - he's unfit to even be considered human.


    Jim Crow Comes for Our Kids

    By Amina Luqman
    Friday, September 21, 2007; A19

    Something about the case of the "Jena 6" has sparked a rumbling within the black community. It's ironic, sadly, because there is an everyday sameness to what has happened. Consider: A racially provoked incident and a lackluster community response -- same as ever. Extreme charges brought for less-than-spectacular alleged crimes -- same as ever. An overzealous prosecutor, an inept defense attorney, an all-white jury, witnesses not called, a quick guilty verdict -- same, same, same. Unfortunately, any of these elements is less than extraordinary in black American life.

    Why do the Jena 6 resonate? How have they pierced the desensitizing barriers that black Americans use for everyday survival? What about the case made my mother's stomach knot up, my sister's eyes well with tears? What has driven thousands to travel to Jena, La., to protest? Perhaps it's the confluence of elements, how they mix together into a poisonous cocktail of injustice, that feels different. Or maybe it's less about what happened and more about the fact that it happened to our children.

    The story of the Jena 6 is long and filled with stunning details. The basic points are these: In the predominantly white town of Jena, La., white students hung three nooses last September after black students sat under a schoolyard tree where white students normally congregated. The white students were suspended for three days. After black students protested peacefully, the La Salle Parish district attorney threatened them, saying: "I can make your life go away with a stroke of a pen." Eventually there was a schoolyard fight in which a white student was beaten; he was treated for a concussion and multiple bruises. Although the student was well enough to attend a school function the same evening, six black boys between the ages of 15 and 17 were arrested, five of whom were charged as adults with attempted murder and conspiracy. The sixth student was charged as a juvenile.

    Some in mainstream America may think that blacks feel vindicated or satisfied by tales of racism such as this one, since America often lives in denial about racism and racial inequality. On the contrary, for black Americans to hear of the Jena 6 is to feel as though the color has been washed out of our lives, that we are suddenly watching ourselves in grainy black-and-white footage of the Jim Crow South. Our vulnerabilities are laid bare before all the world; a school fight can cost our children their lives, and it can happen without America giving so much as a second look.

    Mainstream media outlets long ignored the Jena 6 or gave the case cursory summations. Their silence shows how mainstream journalists remain unwilling to tackle the issue of race. At best, racism is addressed when it is overt and simplistic, one ignorant act against an unsuspecting victim. Mix in the institutionalized racism of a town's criminal justice system, and journalists' eyes glaze over. When what happened in Jena has been reported, the media's language has been tepid -- marked by such phrases as "a town in turmoil" or "racial strife rips a town apart."

    This language presumes a legitimacy to both sides, a fair fight. Yet there is nothing balanced or fair about what is happening to these boys. Black Americans crave the same outrage the media rained down on Michael Vick for his unjustified abuse of dogs. For mainstream America, Vick's actions were beyond debate. "How could he be so cruel?" we lamented. Whatever the reason, mainstream America said clearly that what Vick did was wrong. Shouldn't America be at least as appalled by how Jena has treated these six black teens?

    Despite, or perhaps because of, silence in the mainstream media, the comments of bloggers, black journalists and radio personalities, along with forwarded e-mail and demonstrations such as yesterday's, have generated pressure that has resulted in new lawyers for the Jena 6 and a reduction in the charges against them. Just days before sentencing, a state appeals court overturned the conviction of Mychal Bell, the only student yet tried. But future court battles loom.

    And nothing changes a heartbreaking truth about Jena: that some children in 2007 look unnervingly similar to their close-minded forefathers -- nooses and all. Perhaps America has left too much undone, become too complacent. Society has to face the fact that the ugly past isn't so past and that it will live on into the future. Racism and its manifestations do not get better with time, and we can't presume that one generation will be more conscious than the last. Racism is removed by conscious effort and continuous work. Is America willing to rise to the occasion?

    Amina Luqman is a freelance writer. Her e-mail address

  7. the YouTube vid' of the CNN 'clip' 'censored' comments so i'll whack 'em up here!

    i/MLK III...looks just as much a degenerate ape as his old man....wonder if he likes raping white women too!

    ii/the Communist News Network 'presenter' looked like he was on drugz! (possibly: 'speed'!)

    iii/itz comin'!


  8. CNN did a great job of not identifying BW's website.

    Isn't it odd though that the moment BW gets threatened, he goes running to the cops and to the courts.

  9. i will help bring down bill white! support my new ARA blog,

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  11. This kmoo must have his head shoved up a cow's ass. Bill White would kick his effeminate Ass


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