I need to thank all of you who have sent me inquiries into my well being since I have been away for awhile and assure you that I am fine.
Sometimes a break from the kind of work that I engage in is badly needed and sometimes life just gets in the way of other things. Both of those have been at play here and given the fact that the "movement" has fallen apart and that several of the key players are no longer part of the picture - it seemed like a good time to take care of other business. Now...I'm back.
To my critics and those wondering if I have "lost interest" or simply "gave up," I can only surmise that you are engaging in wishful thinking and tell you that won't ever happen. I have been engaged in some activities behind the scene while dealing with situations here on the homefront. Those activities have been very fruitful and have resulted in some in roads that you will be hearing about in the near future. So, to all you hopeful racists and hate mongers all that I have to say is - dream on.
After reading the comments here in an effort to catch up, it has become evident that not much has changed. Most of the articulate posters, on both sides of the coin, attempt to engage in sensible, well thought out discussion, while a bevy of inept and shallow individuals attempt to disrupt the exchanges. Such is the nature of the internet, I guess.
In the broader picture, the white supremacy movement has become stagnant - and is struggling for a breath of fresh air. There are only a couple of people on the horizon who have even a remote possibility of breathing new life into the shambles. Far right-wing racist groups such as the Council of Conservative Citizens are experiencing a moderate surge in interest and membership on the heels of the recent election. The evangelical and fundamentalist groups are in disarray and attempting to regroup. Hate crimes occur daily. On Tuesday, the first African-American will be sworn in as President of the United States. Our economy is in the toilet, unemployment is through the roof, the national debt is astronomical, and innocent people are being killed around the world. Consequently, we have a lot to talk about.
For now, however, I am inviting comments on the following story...
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Remember 3-year-old Adolf Hitler Campbell?
Watch VideoA simple request for a name on a three year old's birthday cake has caused a controversy because of the person who he is named after.
He’s the little boy whose name was the center of an international firestorm last December after a Greenwich, N.J., supermarket refused to write his name on a birthday cake. The store said it was inappropriate and refused to give an apology after the parents demanded one.
Adolf and his two sisters -- one-year-old JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell and 8-month-old Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell -- were removed from their parents’ home Tuesday night by the New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services, Holland Township police chief David Van Gilson told LehighValleyLive.com.
It is unclear why the children were removed from their parent’s home. Gilson said his department did not receive any reports of abuse or negligence.
Heath and Deborah Campbell, the children's parents, were scheduled to appear for an undisclosed hearing Tuesday, but it was postponed, according to the website.
Due to confidentiality laws, Kate Bernyk with the N.J. Division of Youth and Family Services would not comment or even acknowledge any involvement with the Campbells when NBC10’s Doug Shimell contacted them.
DYFS isn’t talking much about the Campbell’s situation, but the kids being taken away has nothing to do with the names and birthday cake issue in December, according to Sgt. John Harris, Holland Twp. Police in Milford, N.J.
Calls to the children’s parents were met with a message that the line had been temporarily disconnected.