2014: The Worst Holocaust Denial Video in the History of Holocaust Denial

More than taboo Holocaust What’s true and What’s false?http://vimeo.com/29866086Please pressure Vimeo to censor this video, before the video gets spread all over the Internet. We have been successful in getting this video deleted off of youtube countless times, but there are other web sites out there that don’t censor peoples first amendment rights. Please help.Second […]

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Anti-Semitic and Racist Websites to Monitor for the Year 2014

Sai Baba – “All action results from thought, so it is thoughts that matter.”Do you think this is a game? Hate is NOT growing exponentially on the Internet, but its web traffic visitation is.Why should 21st century hate be characterized as illegal thought crimes? Because thoughts become actions. The hate begins in the mind with […]

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WHITE MAN MADE ISRAEL WORSHIP IDOLS – Video




WHITE MAN MADE ISRAEL WORSHIP IDOLS HEBREW ISRAELITES,YAHAWAH,YAHAWASHI,GMS,GREATMILLSTONE,WW3,MARTIAL LAW,FEMA CAMPS,RFID MICROCHIP. By: GMS SINDIANAPOLIS Read More...

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Pro-Palestine protesters blockade Israeli ship in California – Video




Pro-Palestine protesters blockade Israeli ship in California Pro-Palestine protesters prevented an Israeli cargo ship from unloading at the Oakland Port in California. Angry with Israel's actions in Gaza and the West Bank, particularly this summer's… By: Read More...

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Libya rivals hold UN-brokered reconciliation talks

The hard-won gathering in the remote oasis town of Ghadames was the fruit of marathon shuttle diplomacy between the two sides by UN mission chief Bernardino Leon UN Special Envoy to Libya Bernardino Leon (First row 4-L) stands with members of the Libyan House of Representatives and Libyan parliamentarians who have boycotted its sessions, as they release doves after their meeting in the town of Ghadames, Southern Libya, 29 September 2014. Farouk Atig/EPA TRIPOLI, Libya Opposing factions in the Libyan parliament met Monday, September 29, for UN-brokered talks aimed at ending a split which has left the violence-plagued country with rival governments. The hard-won gathering in the remote oasis town of Ghadames, confirmed only on Sunday night, September 28, was the fruit of marathon shuttle diplomacy between the two sides by UN mission chief Bernardino Leon. The meeting, which finally started at 3 pm (1300 GMT) after a five-hour delay, was “an historic day for Libya” and sent “a strong message of unity to the Libyan people”, Leon said in an opening address. Government representatives from Britain and Malta, Libya’s close Mediterranean neighbor, attended the meeting which was being held behind closed doors. The majority faction in the legislature elected on June 25 has been meeting in the far eastern town of Tobruk near the border with Egypt since Islamist militia and their allies took control of most of the capital last month. The minority faction stayed in Tripoli and has boycotted the Tobruk sessions. Twelve delegates from each side were to take part in Monday’s talks in Ghadames, 600 km (370 miles) southwest of Tripoli and close to the Algerian and Tunisian borders, parliament spokesman Fraj Abu Hashem told Agence France-Presse before the meeting. The Tobruk-based government of Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thani is internationally recognized but Libya’s three main cities are almost entirely outside its control.

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Israel fears unrest as Jewish, Muslim holy days coincide

In a rare concurrence of the calendars of the two religions, this year the main Islamic feast of Eid al-Adha falls on the same day as the solemn Jewish fast of Yom Kippur Thousands of Jews perform the Selichot prayer at the Western Wall, Judaism’s holiest site, backdropped by the Dome of the Rock mosque in the old city of Jerusalem late on September 23, 2014, in the lead up to Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year. Ahmad Gharabli/AFP JERUSALEM Israeli police are to deploy in extra strength in mixed Jewish-Muslim areas on Saturday, October 4, fearful of trouble as the two faiths mark major holy days, police said. In a rare concurrence of the calendars of the two religions, this year the main Islamic feast of Eid al-Adha falls on the same day as the solemn Jewish fast of Yom Kippur. While Muslims celebrate with outings to friends and family and feasting, Jews spend 25 hours in prayer and fasting and refrain from driving. Anyone driving on Yom Kippur is likely to face stone throwing by observant Jews who have even been known to attack Israeli ambulances and police vehicles. “Police reinforcements will be deployed in all areas where Jews and Arabs live alongside each other, to prevent friction and allow the two communities to observe their holidays without problems,” police spokeswoman Luba Samri said Monday, September 29. “Regional police commanders will be in touch with political and religious leaders of the two communities to encourage mutual tolerance and respect,” she told Agence France-Presse. “The police will act with an iron fist against anyone who might engage in provocation, incitement to violence or disturbing public order.” Authorities will be keeping an especially close eye on the ancient port city of Acre in northern Israel, where riots erupted on Yom Kippur 2008 when an Arab resident drove through an observant Jewish neighborhood blaring music from his car stereo.

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Palestine Gains Wide Support For Statehood Bid

UNITED NATIONS, Sept. 29 (Xinhua) — As the UN general debate entered its fifth day here on Monday, many countries have lent their backing to Palestine’s bid to end Israeli occupation of the West Bank and achieve its statehood, despite Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s comparison of Hamas to “ISIS”. World leaders also condemned the 50-day summer offensive by Israel on what it said were Hamas-linked targets in Gaza. More than 2,100 Palestinians were killed, the vast majority civilians, according to the UN figure. Israel lost 66 soldiers and six civilians. “The region of the Middle East has gone through extremely dangerous phase during the recent war on our Palestinian brothers. There are no guarantees that a similar war would not be waged again,” said Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, the Emir of Qatar. Noting that temporary solutions and piecemeal settlements have proven to be useless and unacceptable, he called on the United Nations to pass a resolution to force Israel to withdraw from the lands it captured in 1967 and implement the two-state solution under a clear and time-bound political plan. Egypt, an Arab heavyweight and major mediator in Israel- Palestine conflicts, also threw its weight behind the two-state solution. “Palestinians still aspire to establish their independent state on the occupied territories in 1967, with East Jerusalem as its capital, on the basis of the principles upon which the peace process was established since the 1970s following an Egyptian initiative,” said Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. “These principles are not up for negotiation, otherwise the basis of a comprehensive peace in the region would erode, and the values of justice and humanity would vanish,” he added. Till now, there has been scant progress toward the two-state solution despite diplomatic efforts since the 1991 Madrid Conference. The latest U.S.-brokered peace negotiations also collapsed in May with U.S. Special Envoy Indyk reportedly assigning blame mainly to Israel. “Israel must be compelled to return to the negotiations table, with a view to end its occupation of all Palestinian and Arab lands, as well as the establishment of the Palestinian State, with East Jerusalem as its capital,” said Kuwaiti Prime Minister Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah. The prime minister also added his voice to the chorus against Israeli airstrikes on Gaza, saying the latest Israeli military aggression on the Gaza Strip is an apparent violation of the most basic rules of international law and international humanitarian law.

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Incarnation Into A Golden Dawn – Video




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White privilege debunked – Video




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Big Poppa Al Sharpton Will Help Elect The Next Attorney General – Video




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Al Sharpton Went from Obese to RETARDED – Video




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Sharpton Confronted at Congressional Black Caucus over FBI "Snitching" – Video




Sharpton Confronted at Congressional Black Caucus over FBI “Snitching” Rev. Al Sharpton was confronted once again at the Congressional Black Caucus Legislative Conference in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday over reports that surfaced earlier this year, that he worked… By: Rebel Pundit Read More...

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Learn from Al Sharpton

Give Al Sharpton his due: If theres a rally for a cause he backs, hes there. He knows the importance of the public square. What does this say about the mayor and police commissioner, who skipped Saturdays pro-NYPD rally in Staten Island? Organizers took pains not to be political. They simply felt cops are under attack and aimed to underscore public appreciation for their work. Do Mayor de Blasio and Police Commissioner Bill Bratton have something against that? The rally had to do with honor and support for cops, said an organizer, Joe Brandefine. There was nothing political about it. By showing up, the mayor and the commish wouldve sent cops an encouraging message: Their bosses have their backs. Their attendance wouldve resonated with the public, too. Recall the context: the Rev. Sharpton held an anti-NYPD rally last month after the death of Eric Garner. He claims cops put Garner in a chokehold when he resisted arrest, causing his death. De Blasio and Bratton dont want to be seen siding against the Rev. NYPD spokesman Stephen Davis claims Bratton cant get to every event. Mayoral aide Phil Walzak says no one should doubt the mayors strong support for cops. But a draft report from the Civilian Complaint Review Board (under a new boss, Richard Emery, named by de Blasio) suggests something else: It tars cops, as The Post reported Sunday, claiming they use chokeholds too often even though it cites just 1,128 chokehold complaints since 2009, out of more than 100 million interactions between cops and the public. Only 10 complaints, moreover, were substantiated. Meanwhile, what can we expect from cops when they see their bosses afraid to stand up for them publicly?

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Al Sharpton's NAN marches in Jersey City denouncing 'police brutality'

“Stop police brutality!” and “No justice! No peace!” were some of the chants repeated by about two dozen protesters Saturday as they marched down Martin Luther King Drive in Jersey City. The event was organized by the north Jersey chapter of the National Action Network, the organization founded by the Rev. Al Sharpton. The protesters held signs, waved flags and at times held their hands in the air, yelling, “Hands up! Don’t shoot!” a reference to the death of Michael Brown, the unarmed 18-year-old African American who was shot and killed by a white police officer in Ferguson, Mo., in August. Carolyn Oliver-Fair, executive director of the north Jersey chapter of NAN, said the protest was part of a “united stand across the country” against prosecutorial and police misconduct. “We’re talking about unnecessary brute force,” Oliver-Fair said. “Black and brown people are targets.” Localizing her issue, Oliver-Fair characterized the death of Lavon King, 20, who was shot and killed by Jersey City police on June 24, as an example of “warrantless” police force. King, who had warrants out for his arrest, was shot in the chest by a police officer after he struggled with the officer and tried to take away the officer’s gun in the backyard of an Ege Avenue home, police officials said. King was unarmed. King “was shot for no reason,” said Dannielle Davis, 19, of the protesters. Three Jersey City police officers on motorcycles and at least one police cruiser escorted the protesters down the roadway. Yusef Chavers, 53, watched as the protesters marched pass Bostwick Avenue. A community activist, Chavers said the area’s problems run deeper than alleged police misconduct, and include gang violence and a lack of job training and education. “I think it’s going to take more than the norm of people and politicians” to fix these problems, he said. “It’s going to take young people with a sense of awareness … to fight for … an agenda.”

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Rev. Al Sharpton at St. Olaf on race relations in America

Al SharptonCourtesy of St. Olaf College The Reverend Al Sharpton spoke at St. Olaf College September 22, 2014 about race relations in America. He says we’ve made good progress politically and culturally, but there has been little racial progress in the criminal justice system and there are still big gaps in education and economic opportunity.

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NAACP and Quality Education, Pastor KWalker, et al2 – Video




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Christopher B NAACP Albany Ga Event youtube – Video




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Beyonce 40th NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Female Artist YouTube – Video




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Tuscaloosa NAACP branch hosting community relations forum

Published: Monday, September 29, 2014 at 11:00 p.m. Last Modified: Monday, September 29, 2014 at 11:58 p.m. Recent troubles between law enforcement agencies and the communities they serve prompted some local leaders to take a look at what’s going on in Tuscaloosa. The Tuscaloosa branch of the NAACP is hosting a community relations forum Thursday night that will bring together members of the community and several area law enforcement agencies. The event will be held at Central High School, 905 15th St., from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Chapter president Jerry Carter says that fostering good communications in a non-confrontational setting could prevent serious incidents, like the officer shooting of Ferguson, Mo.-resident Michael Brown by a police officer in early August. We don’t need a situation like that here in Tuscaloosa, Carter said. What we want to do is bring everyone together, talk about how to properly handle any encounter with police and at the same time, give officers a chance to interact with people in this kind of atmosphere. Representatives from the Tuscaloosa Police Department, Northport Police Department, Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office, Alabama State Troopers, University of Alabama Police Department, Stillman College Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation will deliver presentations. Audience members will be encouraged to engage the officials during a question-and-answer period after the initial introductions and comments by each agency representative, Carter said. The NAACP and the law enforcement agencies will host individual booths to engage citizens one-on-one, providing outreach and educational materials, he said. Discussions will include the roles of different agencies, your rights and responsibilities when stopped by law enforcement officials and when and how to protest the conduct of law enforcement officials. We want to give everyone an opportunity to ask questions, and say whatever’s on their mind, Carter said. We’re taking the bull by the horns with this. You never know, it could very well mean the difference between life and death.

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UPDATE: NAACP holds memorial for Bladenboro teen

Submitted by WWAY on Mon, 09/29/2014 – 11:41pm.READ MORE: BLADENBORO, NC (WWAY) — The North Carolina NAACP held a community meeting and memorial service for a Bladen County teen found dead last month. According to a news release from the NAACP, Lennon Lacy, a student and football player at West Bladen High School, was found hanging from a swing set in Bladenboro Aug. 29. The civil rights group says Lacy’s family has asked the NC NAACP to help with furthering investigation of the 17-year-old’s death. The SBI confirms it is part of the investigation, but Bladenboro Police have not returned several phone calls from WWAY, including several calls this week. District Attorney Jon David says while the investigation continues and no final conclusions have been reached, so far there is no evidence of foul play. Lacy’s classmates say that he was a large part of the West Bladen community and it has been difficult without him walking the hallways with them this school year. His friends and family are just looking for closure from continued investigation. The service for Lacy was held Monday, 6:30-8 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Bladenboro. The NAACP state leader Rev. William Barber and the NC NAACP Legal Team joined Lacy’s family at the event, which is open to the public. Disclaimer: Comments posted on this, or any story are opinions of those people posting them, and not the views or opinions of WWAY NewsChannel 3, its management or employees. You can view our comment policy here.

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Carbondale Branch NAACP announces plans for Freedom Fund Banquet

CARBONDALE — The 37th annual Carbondale Branch NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet will be at 5 p.m. Oct. 19 in Carbondale Civic Center. This years theme is All In for Justice and Equality: Your VOTE is a Path. Keynote speaker will be Dr. Harriet Etta Wilson Barlow. Carbondale is like a second home to Barlow. She came to Southern Illinois University from the Chicago area as a freshman. She earned three degrees from SIU: a B.S. in speech communication, a M.S. in guidance and educational psychology and a Ph.D. in education, with emphasis on academic administration and budgeting. Barlow has extensive experience in student development and student services. She served as associate director for Student Development at SIUC for many years. In 1997, she relocated to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) as director of student recruitment for the graduate college. In 2011, Dr. Barlow joined the UNLV Office of Diversity Initiatives where she now serves as one of the assistant vice presidents. Additionally, she was appointed to serve as UNLVs Title IX Compliance Coordinator. She is an expert on faculty, student and staff mentoring and issues concerning women of color in academics. Barlow and her husband, Ernest, reside in Henderson, Nevada, with their daughters, Ashley and Amber. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., NAACP and numerous professional organizations. A souvenir booklet is being compiled for the banquet. Camera-ready ads should be emailed to Linda Flowers at noremac393@aol.com. Tickets are $30 per person or $55 per couple and will not be sold at the door. Tables are $350 for eight. Tickets may be purchased from Ed Dorsey, Carbondale Branch NAACP president, at 618-549-7316 or 618-713-5150, and from Linda Flowers and Ann Marie Shepherd. Great Boars of Anna will cater the gala. Proceeds will be used to award scholarships to college-bound high school seniors in Southern Illinois.

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UPDATE: NAACP joins memorial for Bladenboro teen

Submitted by WWAY on Mon, 09/29/2014 – 11:41pm.READ MORE: BLADENBORO, NC (WWAY) — The North Carolina NAACP held a community meeting and memorial service for a Bladen County teen found dead last month. According to a news release from the NAACP, Lennon Lacy, a student and football player at West Bladen High School, was found hanging from a swing set in Bladenboro Aug. 29. The civil rights group says Lacy’s family has asked the NC NAACP to help with furthering investigation of the 17-year-old’s death. The SBI confirms it is part of the investigation, but Bladenboro Police have not returned several phone calls from WWAY, including several calls this week. District Attorney Jon David says while the investigation continues and no final conclusions have been reached, so far there is no evidence of foul play. Lacy’s classmates say that he was a large part of the West Bladen community and it has been difficult without him walking the hallways with them this school year. His friends and family are just looking for closure from continued investigation. The service for Lacy was held Monday, 6:30-8 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Bladenboro. The NAACP state leader Rev. William Barber and the NC NAACP Legal Team joined Lacy’s family at the event, which is open to the public. Disclaimer: Comments posted on this, or any story are opinions of those people posting them, and not the views or opinions of WWAY NewsChannel 3, its management or employees. You can view our comment policy here.

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NAACP's William Barber II urges people to 'stand in the gap'

CHARLOTTE, NC (Elisabeth Arriero/The Charlotte Observer) – State NAACP President William Barber II urged members of a Charlotte church Sunday to continue fighting against inequality in the state by overcoming ignorance and indifference, which he said keeps people apart. Barber is a leader of the “Moral Monday” movement, which has held weekly protests at the state Legislature in Raleigh to keep a spotlight on what organizers view as regressive policies, particularly regarding Medicaid, unemployment benefits, abortion, voting and education. Speaking at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Charlotte on Sunday, Barber said people build “walls of ignorance and walls of indifference,” to protect themselves and to create distance between themselves and others. But those walls end up creating gaps of inequality, he said. “Whenever we put up these defenses, we’re not protecting ourselves,” he said. “We’re actually opening ourselves up to death.” Barber said it is the people who have been willing to “stand in the gap” throughout history who have helped effect change in social justice. He recounted the story of Emmett Till, a black teenager who was beaten and murdered in Mississippi after he allegedly whistled at a white woman in August 1955. Till’s mother insisted that the casket for her son be left open, said Barber. “She said, I’m going to make you see what the lie of racism will produce if you continue to allow it to produce,’ ” said Barber. Till’s murder mobilized the civil rights movement, leading others to want to “stand in the gap,” said Barber. He said that when Rosa Parks saw a picture of Till, she decided she wanted to do something for civil rights, too. In December 1955, she refused to obey a bus driver’s order to give up her seat to a white passenger after the white section of the bus was already filled.

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Michael Scheuer "ISIS Could Not Ask For Any Greater Gift Than The One Obama’s Giving Them" – Video




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Ex CIA Michael Scheuer Tells Congress- I’d Dump the Israelis Tomorrow – Video




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Michael Scheuer, CIA on CNN "Media Either Idiots or Liars" – Video




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Former CIA Officer and historian Michael Scheuer: America creates its own enemies – Video




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