Saturday, April 19, 2008

FIRST REPORT...

UPDATE: New reports are now claiming that only about 15 neo-Nazi's showed up in D.C. and that 5 antifa were arrested. New updates here as they become available.

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  1. WASHINGTON— At least four people have been arrested Saturday afternoon in connection with a neo-Nazi march in Washington.

    Members of the National Socialist Movement gathered just before noon today at the National Mall.

    The group held Saturday's rally to protest immigration policies in the U.S.

    Police say almost 50 members of NSM participated in the rally. As they marched down Constitution Avenue Saturday, members shouted, "USA, USA, USA."

    Hundreds of police officers in riot gear lined Constitution Avenue. However, several skirmishes and other altercations broke out between NSM and immigration supporters.

    One immigration supporter reportedly used pepper spray on a marcher Saturday.

    In addition, some spectators booed the neo-Nazi group as they made their way towards the U.S. Capitol.

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  2. The Provo Daily Herald has picked up the Washington Post's report on the rally, and they claim 30 NSM persons along with 50 counter-protestors. This jives with DC Indymedia's report, so I think it's the real deal.

    God, I wish it had been 150-200 NSM cadre, but the NSM's two membership purges in the past two years has taken its toll. And Stormfront putting the kibash on the swastika didn't help matters, either.

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  3. I was there and about 12 antifa was arrested.

    We need to do what we can to get them released.

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  4. LOL! You Ratis are a dying breed. You're only dreaming if you think you're going to get 150 at a rally.
    You losers only a deluded speck of ignorance in a diverse multi cultural world! Bill White and Hal Turner only deserve to be laughed at, they are truly a couple of big fat jokes.

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  5. That's a good article, Alaska - and seems to be representative of what I have been hearing.

    Thanks for yours, as well, Steve. The numbers have varied wildly.

    As to the protestors - anyone who has any information on those arrested and what is needed to help, please let me know.

    I thought this was interesting:

    "Members of the public were kept far from the marchers, who wound up on the West Lawn of the Capitol, where they waved flags and made speeches to an empty, sloping expanse of green, surrounded by hundreds of riot police.

    "One speaker railed against illegal immigrants and shouted, "White America, your option is with us." Another, introduced as radio host Hal Turner, said the group was "part of a much greater movement" that was "willing to play hardball" to fight illegal immigration. He warned that if Congress did not solve the problem, the movement would assemble in "minority areas" of U.S. cities and "clean house."

    I also loved the idea of "dueling speeches" where MLK's "I Have a Dream" speech drowned out the hate speech. I wish I could have been there.

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  6. I think it's great they keep nazis locked inside cages during their rallies while they speak to an empty area. Of course, a big thank you to a pretend nazi in Roanoke who lost a court case in Ohio that set the precedent of keeping nazis inside cages like animals.

    Federal informants Hal Turner and Jay Faber (Faber has testified against Aryan Nations members in court) were also at the rally but arrived late.

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  7. So someone assaulted a peaceful NSM demonstrator? I see no outrage by any of you "peace loving people" over it. Why not?

    Oh, that's right. Y'all are leftists. You don't actually care about laws. Or anyone else's rights. All you care about is yourselves.

    Well, we care about ourselves, too. But to you that's wrong. Because we're White and proud. And we want to be with our own kind. Christians and heterosexuals. And those who know that rights come from God.

    And we don't want to stop y'all from what you do. Race mixing and having gay orgies. Teaching the Holocaust as a religion. Preaching that rights come from governemnt. We just want you to do it outside of the United States of America.

    I'm sure a transfer can be arranged.

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  8. Things are about to get a whole lot more interesting! It seems that "Commander" Jeff Schoep is demanding the $700 "speakers fee" paid in advance to Hal Turner because Hal didn't deliver his threat-filled speech.

    That marriage sure didn't last long!

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  9. ROFLMAO! Now that IS interesting!

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