Tuesday, February 22, 2011


Declaration of Human Rights
by Lee Burkett on Tuesday, February 22, 2011 at 12:31pm

It is time for us, the People of Earth, without benefit of government or sovereigns, to declare our right to live on Earth, in peace, with abundance for all, in accordance with the following declaration of Human rights.

It is a Human right to live in a clean environment, to expect that the air, the water and the land is free from poisons, toxins and substances that are known to cause harm to living beings, and to have free access to same.

It is a Human right to have food, to expect that this most basic of human needs is available to all, and that it be unadulterated, free from substances or alterations that may cause harm to living beings, and to have free access to same.

It is a Human right to have shelter from the elements, and to have free access to same.

It is Human right to have benefit of medicine and health care, and to have free access to same.

It is a Human right to work, as a means of providing a living, and to expect that such work creates a livable wage, and to have free access to same.

It is Human right to believe and to worship in any way, so long as that belief or worship does not infringe on the Human rights of another, and to have free access to same.

It is Human right to live without fear of being killed by Armies foreign or Domestic.

It is a Human right to expect justice, and to expect that any and all laws reflect the equality of all Humans, and to have free access to same.

It is a Human right to love another Human being, and to express that love in any way so long as that love or it's expression does not infringe on the Human rights of another, and to have freedom to do so.

It is Human right to live without fear of being killed by Armies foreign or Domestic.

We, the People of Earth, do so declare.

Henceforth, any government, sovereign, corporate interest, private interest, group or individual guilty of with holding, delaying or denying Human rights to any nation, group or individual shall be guilty of Crimes Against Humanity, and subject to justice in a Court of Humanity, to face punishment as the People of Earth deem appropriate.

Thursday, February 03, 2011

Arizona and The neo-Nazi's Breeding Domestic Terrorists

Bombs, bullets, and insanity really don't mix well, but it seems that Arizona and the neo-Nazi element both have more than their share of all three. Breeding domestic terrorists appears to come easy these days.

Neo-Nazi Indicted for Bombs is Son of Movement Stalwart

Posted By Evelyn Schlatter On January 28, 2011 @ 4:24 pm In Neo-Nazi

A federal grand jury Wednesday indicted Jeffrey Harbin, 28, of Apache Junction, Ariz., on three counts of possessing explosive devices. Harbin, who has ties to the neo-Nazi National Socialist Movement [1] (NSM) and was formerly a member of the neo-Nazi National Alliance, had in his possession 12 grenade-like improvised explosive devices. They were built with PVC pipe and filled with black powder, ball bearings, and an improvised fusing system.

The indictment alleges that Harbin unlawfully transported one of the devices. He was pulled over by law enforcement while driving his pickup truck on January 14 in Apache Junction. Dennis K. Burke, U.S. Attorney for the District of Arizona, told ABC15 News that “Jeffrey Harbin built these IEDs in such a away as to maximize human carnage.” If found guilty, Harbin faces up to 10 years in prison for each count and the possibility of a $250,000 fine.

Neo-Nazi sympathizer and former NSM member J.T. Ready [2], currently one of Arizona’s most visible self-appointed border patrollers, claimed that he personally recruited Harbin into the NSM, but that he himself is no longer a member of the group. When asked by ABC15 News in Phoenix if he knew what Harbin was planning to do with the bombs, Ready replied that things are still under investigation, and that the reporter “would have to talk to the feds and see what their official statement is…but I will say that domestic terrorism is real.” An NSM spokesman contacted ABC15 News reporter Christopher Sign and informed him that Jeffrey Harbin was “no longer with” the NSM.

Jeffrey isn’t the only Harbin to be involved in the neo-Nazi movement. Jeffrey Harbin is the son of Jerry Harbin [3], who has been active in white nationalist causes for years. In 1999, the senior Harbin was listed as the Phoenix contact for a new chapter of the racist Council of Conservative Citizens [4] in the Citizen Informer, the group’s newspaper. The CofCC, which evolved directly from the pro-segregation White Citizens Councils of the Jim Crow South, has referred to African Americans as “a retrograde species of humanity.”

In 2001, Jerry Harbin became the coordinator for the Phoenix chapter of the National Alliance [5] (NA), at that time one of the most dangerous and best-organized neo-Nazi groups in the country. Harbin’s chapter was active through 2005, when it switched to a chapter of National Vanguard (NV). In 2006, Harbin showed up [6] at the neo-Nazi Winterfest in Phoenix, which was hosted by the wife of Jesse Curnow, Arizona Coordinator for the white supremacist Nationalist Coalition [7]. By 2007, Harbin was no longer with NV, and instead turned his attention to other, perhaps more benign activities, like being the adjutant and choir director of the Phoenix camp of the Sons of Confederate Veterans [8].

Repeated calls to Jerry Harbin for comment were not answered.

Insanity Begets Insanity

And the insanity continues. This just goes to prove that in the neo-Nazi realm there is no loyalty...but, there is lots of insanity. Timothy Bland turned own his own and threatened not only the wife of a comrade - but their child. Insanity begets insanity and the insane attract others who are mad.

Man gets probation for threats to Va. neo-Nazi's wife

Posted to: Crime News Virginia

The Roanoke Times

© January 19, 2011

By Mike Gangloff

Timothy Bland, who pleaded guilty last year to threatening the wife of jailed neo-Nazi leader Bill White, was sentenced today to five years' probation.

Bland, 46, a Baltimore resident whose lawyer said he was a mentally ill follower of Bill White's online racist rants, told U.S. District Judge James Turk he was unaware of his actions when he phoned Meghan White.

"I feel terrible about what I did," Bland said. "I allowed someone to push me and prod me over a 2 1/2-year period until I lost control."

Defense lawyer Jim Crawford of Baltimore said Bland has a long history of mental illness and has been diagnosed as bipolar.

Federal sentencing guidelines suggested at least a year in prison. Crawford asked for probation, noting that Bland's mother, who financially supports him, has stage 4 breast cancer. Assistant U.S. Attorney Pat Hogeboom said he didn't object as long as strict controls were placed on Bland's activities.

Turk prohibited Bland from drinking alcohol and said he will be monitored by the federal probation office for five years.

Bland phoned Meghan White in December 2009, two days after a federal jury in Roanoke found Bill White guilty of four charges related to threatening people.

Bland told Meghan White he was coming to Roanoke to kill her and her infant daughter. He called back several times to say he was getting closer to the city, and finally that he had arrived and was getting a motel room. Bland also text messaged his victim a picture of his genitals, a spokesman for the U.S. attorney's office said.

The calls terrified Meghan White, who soon took her daughter and moved in with relatives. She said she didn't know Bland and didn't think her husband did either.

Crawford said Bland was "prime game" to be recruited by Bill White and followed White's racist proclamations online. Hogeboom said that in Bill White's trial, Bland was summoned as a prosecution witness to testify that he was willing to act on White's threats against minorities.

Bland was never actually called to the stand in White's trial. Meghan White was a potential defense witness. She also wasn't called to testify.

It was after Bland returned from the trial to Baltimore that he telephoned Meghan White.

Crawford said Bland feared retribution from Bill White or members of the American National Socialist Workers Party, the group White claimed to command.

After Bill White's trial, Bland told his lawyer he received phone calls from people connected to the group. He began drinking heavily, Crawford said, and when he called Meghan White, he was "clearly inebriated, clearly psychotic in many ways, clearly delusional."

The same night he threatened Meghan White, he called police in Baltimore to say that he was a former member of a Nazi group and that people were trying to kill him.

"Bland's vile, hateful threats directly caused the victim in this case real distress," U.S. Attorney Tim Heaphy said today in a statement. "Anyone who tries to intimidate or frighten another person by using the telephone, the internet, the U.S. mail, or any other instrumentality of interstate commerce will be prosecuted in this district."

Another neo-Nazi Circus Clown Bite The Dust...

For the next few articles - let's talk insanity in the racist realm. I mean...look at this nutjob. Some of us remember him from his earlier NSM days when they paraded him around as some sort of rare find that would draw intelligent and articulate individuals into their neo-Nazi circus.

Neo-Nazi leader from Ridgewood charged with threatening New York Anti-Defamation League director

Wednesday, 26 January 2011 20:52 Jerry DeMarco

UPDATE: A former neo-Nazi leader from Ridgewood -- who won a court challenge to his posting Third Reich flags outside his home, made national headlines when he was dismissed as an adjunct from FDU, and keeps a swastika in his window -- was arrested this morning following a SWAT team raid on his apartment.

Jacques PlussHe is charged with threatening the director of the New York regional office of the Anti-Defamation League.

The New Jersey State Police Central Security Unit began investigating Jacques Pluss, 57, of Heights Road, after the ADL turned over emailed threats to Abraham Foxman, Acting NJSP Major Gerald Lewis told CLIFFVIEW PILOT.

The unit investigates threats against politicians, judges and other public figures.

“As part of our investigation, we found that he has ties to neo-Nazi organizations, and that he frequently visited neo-Nazi websites,“ Lewis told CLIFFVIEW PILOT.

At 6:30 a.m., the Troop B SWAT team -- armed with a search warrant -- descended on the apartment, along with detectives from the CSU, cyber crimes and K9 units, investigators from the Division of Criminal Justice, and Ridgewood police.

As Pluss was being arrested on charges of bias intimidation and harassment, a search turned up three rifles, Lewis told CLIFFVIEW PILOT.

His wife was taken into

Jacques Pluss (courtesy NJSP)custody “for investigative purposes pertaining to possible weapons offenses,” Lewis said. Continued here...