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White pride – Wikipedia

White pride is a motto primarily used by white separatist, white nationalist, neo-Nazi and white supremacist organizations in order to signal racist or racialist viewpoints.[3][4] It is also a slogan used by the prominent post-Ku Klux Klan group Stormfront and a term used to make racist/racialist viewpoints more palatable to the general public who may associate historical abuses with the terms “white nationalist”, “neo-Nazi”, and “white supremacist”.

Sociologists Betty A. Dobratz and Stephanie L. Shanks-Meile identified “White Power! White Pride!” as “a much-used chant of white separatist movement supporters”,[5] and sociologist Mitch Berbrier has identified the use of this phrase as part of a “new racist… frame-transformation and frame-alignment by (a) consciously packaging a ‘hate-free’ racism, (b) developing strategies of equivalence and reversalpresenting whites as equivalent to ethnic and racial minorities, and (c) deploying ideas about ‘love,’ ‘pride,’ and ‘heritage-preservation’ to evidence both their putative lack of animosity toward others as well as their ethnic credentials.”[6] In a social psychology experiment that tested how white participants could be influenced to identify with white pride ideology, social psychologists framed white pride as follows:

[P]eople who openly express White pride seem invariably to be those alienated from the mainstream cultureKKK members, skin-heads, and White supremacistspeople trying to grab onto some basis for feeling good about themselves when conventional avenues such as successful careers and relationships are not working well for them. Consequently, the vast majority of people who avow White pride seem also to explicitly avow racism.[7]

Sociologists Monica McDermott and Frank L. Samson documented the rhetorical evolution of white pride movements thus, “Because white pride has historically been predicated upon a denigration of nonwhites, the articulation of the duties and requirements of whiteness reflects a desire to correlate a conscious white identity with positive attributes.”[8]

Political and social scientists commonly argue that the idea of “white pride” is an attempt to provide a clean or more palatable public face for white supremacy or white separatism and that it is an appeal to a larger audience in hopes of inciting more widespread racial violence.[9] According to Joseph T. Roy of the Southern Poverty Law Center, white supremacists often circulate material on the internet and elsewhere that “portrays the groups not as haters, but as simple white pride civic groups concerned with social ills”.[10] Philosopher David Ingram argues that “affirming ‘black pride’ is not equivalent to affirming ‘white pride,’ since the formerunlike the latteris a defensive strategy aimed at rectifying a negative stereotype”. By contrast, then, “affirmations of white pridehowever thinly cloaked as affirmations of ethnic prideserve to mask and perpetuate white privilege”. In the same vein, Professor of Education at University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, Cris Mayo, characterizes white pride as “a politically distasteful goal, given that whiteness is not a personal or community identity, but has been a strategy to maintain inequities of privilege and power.”[12]

Political scientists Carol M. Swain and Russell Nieli, in their text on white nationalism, identify the idea of “white pride” as a relatively new phenomenon in the United States. They argue that over the course of the 1990s, “a new white pride, white protest, and white consciousness movement has developed in America”. They identify three contributing factors: an immigrant influx during the 1980s and 1990s, resentment over affirmative action policies, and the growth of the Internet as a tool for the expression and mobilization of grievances.[13] As an alternative, Janet E. Helms, founding director of Boston College’s Institute for the Study and Promotion of Race and Culture was quoted in the book “Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together In The Cafeteria?”: And Other Conversations About Race as saying that a white person “must become aware of his or her Whiteness, accept it as personally and socially significant… … Not in the sense of Klan members’ ‘white pride’ but in the context of a commitment to a just society.”[14] Among people who strongly identify as white, research differentiates between a power cognizant group and a prideful group. The prideful group is more likely to devalue diversity and to show prejudice, while the power cognizant group is more likely to value diversity.[15]

The slogan “White Pride Worldwide” appears on the logo of Stormfront, a website owned and operated by Don Black, who was formerly a Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan.[16] The North Georgia White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan describe themselves as “a patriotic, White Christian revival movement dedicated to preserving the maintenance of White Pride and the rights of the White Race”.[17] A 2002 study identified white pride as a motivation for racial hate crimes on a US college campus,[18] while in a different study on internet racism, the slogan was identified as being part of an emerging transnationalist trend in white supremacist movements.[19] The slogan was also documented to have been used in hate speech incidents at New York University,[20] Vassar College,[21] and Temple University,[22] and it was a slogan used in posters put up by a white supremacist organization at dozens of US colleges.[23] Certain Denver Nuggets jerseys were named “white pride” by Adidas and were listed as such on the team’s website in 2016, after which internet outcry prompted the team to rename the jerseys.[24] Similarly, a fitness room in River Falls, Wisconsin was renamed to avoid the racist connotations of it being referred to as the “White Pride Fitness Room”.[25] The slogan was chanted along with “White Power” by up to 100 neo-Nazis rallying in Manchester, United Kingdom in March 2015[26] and was the theme of a March 2016 event in Swansea[27] and a March 2017 event in Edinburgh,[28] all of which were organized by the National Front. In an expos from The Week, James Poulos warned that “Europe is on track to rediscover what looks to us like a highly unsettling form of white pride.”[29]

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Urban Dictionary: white power

White power is an backwoods, recently moved urban, code-word for white supremacy. It is meant to moralize or rally whites in the presence of something socially encouraging that furthers the ‘white-movement’.It has been proven difficult to get people out of thsse mindsets, as a lot of white people set the bar for idiocy and stereotypes of racism, and never quite let their white brethren live down the constant bullshit that always seems to stream out of a white supremacist’s mouth.

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Watch the BRAND NEW episode at: http://www.whitepowerwebseries.comVisit the filmmaker’s channel http://www.ronkarmstrong.com

January 23, 2008, filmmaker Ronald K. Armstrong was granted access to a white supremacist group known as the White Knights. For the first time ever he was able to get an uncensored and unparalleled view into their secret world. The film you are about to see documents the experience.

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Rally planned in opposition to ‘white power,’ graffiti at Findlay Riverside Park – Toledo Blade

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FINDLAY Activists plan to rally Sunday in Riverside Park, after vandals sprayed racist graffiti there over the weekend.

TheFindlay Civil Rights Alliance will host the rally at 4 p.m. to protest white supremacy, organizerKatie Finneran said.The unknown vandals painted swastikas orwhite power in about a half-dozen places, either late Saturday or early Sunday, Findlay Parks and Recreation Superintendent Matt Stoffel said. Crews spent much of Monday cleaning the pool and bathhouse.

There are currently no cameras at the park, located at 231 McManness Ave., and the closure of a nearby bridge means traffic in the area is minimal right now.

Ms. Finneran said she believes its important to organize liberal groups in opposition to white supremacists groups.The alliance formed the day after the presidential election, and Ms. Finneran said rallies have at times faced bigoted reactions.

I think in Findlay we have had particular problems with white supremacy, Ms. Finneran said. Our first anti-Trump march the day after he got elected, we had people in our hometown drive by us and scream white power, Ms. Finneran said.

Ms. Finneran added Findlay-area residents who identify as right-wing Proud Boyshave attended previous alliance rallies and stood in the middle of the crowd in an attempt to intimidate protesters. A post onofficialproudboys.comsaysall that is required to become a Proud Boy is that a man declare he is a Western chauvinist who refuses to apologize for creating the modern world.

Ms. Finneran said it didnt matter if the vandals who hit the parkwere teens who painted the graffiti as a prank, or if they were sincerely expressing white supremacist views, as those who have that ideology see such public messages and are emboldened by them.

Regardless of how the fire gets started, the smoke signal is out, she said.

Findlay Mayor Lydia Mihalikdid not return a request for comment. In an Aug. 12 Facebook post, she said, Hatred has no place in a civil and free society. The Findlay community stands with Mayor Mike Signer and Charlottesville.

Similar rallies have taken place in Maumee and at University of Toledo in the wake of the recent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville Va., when a woman was killed after a car rammed into a crowd of counter protesters. James A. Fields, Jr., 20, of Toledo is accused of driving the vehicle.

Contact Nolan Rosenkrans atnrosenkrans@theblade.com,or 419-724-6086or onTwitter @NolanRosenkrans.

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After Charlottesville, White Power Much Weaker on Social – The Good Men Project (blog)

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After a self-proclaimed white nationalist rammed his car into a crowd of counter-protesters in Charlottesville, white nationalism has been on the retreat, both in person and online. Social has seen the movements banners dip to 82 percent negative sentiment from the mid 60s percent negative earlier in the month. Some activists took Socials furor against the Charlottesville nationalists even further, rounding up mug shots of participants in the rally and making sure they went viral. Many white nationalists have been fired from their day jobs for their weekend activities, while some have been banned from Twitter, Patreon and other online platforms. Christopher Cantwell, who was seen on Vice defending the alleged white nationalist who is accused of killing a protester with his Dodge Challenger, was even kicked off OkCupid. But Cantwell sang his hateful tune when InsideEdition.com reached out to him for comment. K-s will stop at nothing, Cantwell told them, using the racial slur for Jewish people. Hugo Guzman

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‘White Power’ found sprayed at Findlay pool – WTOL.com

Monday was the first day of classes for students at the University of Findlay, however figuring out what building their next class was in was at the bottom of their priority list around 2:30 p.m.

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White power rally organizers are spreading hate to New York | New … – New York Post

Key organizers of last weekends violent white-nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., have pursued their agenda of hate in New York.

In the past year, members of California-based Identity Evropa have leafleted local college campuses and staged anti-immigrant protests.

They promote white European culture and have tried to recruit students … to their cause, said Marilyn Mayo, a senior research fellow at the Anti-Defamation Leagues Center on Extremism in New York.

The white supremacist group founded last year by former Marine and ex-con Nathan Damigo participated in a protest at the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens in February, brandishing signs that read One People One Nation No Immigration.

Members of the group, who rally behind the racist slogan, We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children a motto known as the Fourteen Words and allegedly paraphrased from Hitlers Mein Kampf disrupted an anti-Trump protest by actor Shia LaBeouf at the museum, where Damigo and a group of his supporters shouted, You will not replace us.

Also in February, the group marched on Times Square to demand an end to immigration.

Identity Evropa, which has some 200 members, distributed pamphlets at Columbia University and Mercy Colleges Westchester campus, Mayo told The Post.

The group is not welcome on Mercy College property, said Catherine Cioffi, the colleges director of public affairs.

Damigo, 31, a Marine corporal who served two tours of duty in Iraq, was caught on video punching a woman at an anti-Trump rally in Berkeley, Calif., in April.

He served four years in prison for a gunpoint robbery of a San Diego cab driver he apparently thought was Iraqi. In prison, he embraced white supremacist doctrines.

Identity Evropa hit the ground running last summer when supporters posted fliers promoting European identity and solidarity in 17 cities, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks hate groups.

Damigo helped organize last weeks Unite the Right protest against the removal of a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E Lee in Charlottesville. A white supremacist gunned his car into a crowd of counter-protestors, killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer.

Among the other hatemongers who helped organize the Charlottesville rally was Matthew Heimbach, a Holocaust denier who participated in a 2014 hate conference organized by Golden Dawn New York, a Queens-based outlet of the Greek fascist group that uses Nazi slogans and symbols.

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Student who attended white power rally leaves college over death threats – New York Post

Nicholas Fuentes, an 18-year-old student who attended the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., this past weekend, said that hes received death threats for months over his conservative viewpoints enough for him to decide its time to leave Boston University.

Fuentes said he made the decision to abandon his Political Science degree a month ago after being constantly threatened over his conservative views. He said no longer felt safe on campus, and will not return for the fall semester.

Still, despite the intensity of the backlash hes received, he has absolutely no regrets about taking part in the controversial white-nationalist movement.

I went to represent this new strain of conservatives, of people in the right wing who are opposed to mass immigration and multiculturalism, Fuentes told Fox News on Thursday. For a long time, this existed on the fringes. I thought it was a political victory we exposed the removal of Confederate statues, and this disenfranchised group of white males.

A Boston University spokesman confirmed to Fox News that the student had indeed left the school earlier this week and that the safety and security of our students is our highest priority.

While the ideology of the movement, he contended, used to be associated only with older men in America like Pat Buchanan and Samuel Francis, he believes a significant wave in the younger generation have been captivated by the ideology.

We have basically been told our whole lives that white people are racist and evil and should be erased, Fuentes explained. We have basically been told that it is a crime to be born a white male.

The student, who hails from a suburb of Chicago, is of Mexican lineage and contends that he and almost all other attendees did not go to the rally out of racist motivations, but rather most were like him and consider themselves to be preservationists staunchly against high levels of immigration.

The picture the media keeps using is of one person with a Nazi flag, there were more one thousand there who didnt have Nazi flags, Fuentes said. The vast majority of people there were regular, decent people. I didnt meet a single violent person. Our side is just preservationist.

Fuentes noted that the Charlottesville rally had been in the works for about three months, and that people joined the fray not only from all over the U.S., but from Canada and various countries in Europe. But after posting on social media about going to the event which turned tragic after a driver rammed a car into a crowd of counter-protesters, killing a woman Fuentes own firestorm began.

I suddenly got dozens of messages on Twitter and Facebook telling me to go and kill myself and that if they see me they will beat the sh out of me. Stuff of that nature, he said. At least 10 to 20 of them were death threats.

Fuentes said Boston University had given him opportunities to express his political views and his support of Donald Trump leading up to the November presidential election last year.

I made a short video presentation about my support for Trump before the election and that caused a major uproar. People wanted to organize a debate between myself and a big Hillary supporter, Fuentes recalled. We went to the Dean and they gave us an auditorium, a police officer for security detail, they really made it happen.

He is now taking a semester off and then intends to start at Auburn University in Alabama in the spring.

It was one of my first picks after high school, Fuentes continued, adding that the friendly territory of the Deep South will enable him to express his opinions freely without jeopardizing his safety.

In addition to studies, he hosts his own YouTube talk show modeled after Trumps key campaign catchphrase Make America Great Again, and highlighted that he mostly has liberal-leaning friends but the few who are conservative have experienced widespread backlash from their university peers across the country.

Even worse than the threats I have received, Fuentes surmised.

And even though he stands staunchly by his beliefs and makes no apology about making his mark in Charlottesville, he doesnt plan on attending any such rallies in the near future.

Everyone is a little shaken up, Fuentes added. The political climate has become so intense and so violent and toxic.

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White pride – Wikipedia

White pride is a motto primarily used by white separatist, white nationalist, neo-Nazi and white supremacist organizations in order to signal racist or racialist viewpoints.[3][4] It is also a slogan used by the prominent post-Ku Klux Klan group Stormfront and a term used to make racist/racialist viewpoints more palatable to the general public who may associate historical abuses with the terms “white nationalist”, “neo-Nazi”, and “white supremacist”. Sociologists Betty A. Dobratz and Stephanie L. Shanks-Meile identified “White Power! White Pride!” as “a much-used chant of white separatist movement supporters”,[5] and sociologist Mitch Berbrier has identified the use of this phrase as part of a “new racist… frame-transformation and frame-alignment by (a) consciously packaging a ‘hate-free’ racism, (b) developing strategies of equivalence and reversalpresenting whites as equivalent to ethnic and racial minorities, and (c) deploying ideas about ‘love,’ ‘pride,’ and ‘heritage-preservation’ to evidence both their putative lack of animosity toward others as well as their ethnic credentials.”[6] In a social psychology experiment that tested how white participants could be influenced to identify with white pride ideology, social psychologists framed white pride as follows: [P]eople who openly express White pride seem invariably to be those alienated from the mainstream cultureKKK members, skin-heads, and White supremacistspeople trying to grab onto some basis for feeling good about themselves when conventional avenues such as successful careers and relationships are not working well for them. Consequently, the vast majority of people who avow White pride seem also to explicitly avow racism.[7] Sociologists Monica McDermott and Frank L. Samson documented the rhetorical evolution of white pride movements thus, “Because white pride has historically been predicated upon a denigration of nonwhites, the articulation of the duties and requirements of whiteness reflects a desire to correlate a conscious white identity with positive attributes.”[8] Political and social scientists commonly argue that the idea of “white pride” is an attempt to provide a clean or more palatable public face for white supremacy or white separatism and that it is an appeal to a larger audience in hopes of inciting more widespread racial violence.[9] According to Joseph T. Roy of the Southern Poverty Law Center, white supremacists often circulate material on the internet and elsewhere that “portrays the groups not as haters, but as simple white pride civic groups concerned with social ills”.[10] Philosopher David Ingram argues that “affirming ‘black pride’ is not equivalent to affirming ‘white pride,’ since the formerunlike the latteris a defensive strategy aimed at rectifying a negative stereotype”. By contrast, then, “affirmations of white pridehowever thinly cloaked as affirmations of ethnic prideserve to mask and perpetuate white privilege”. In the same vein, Professor of Education at University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, Cris Mayo, characterizes white pride as “a politically distasteful goal, given that whiteness is not a personal or community identity, but has been a strategy to maintain inequities of privilege and power.”[12] Political scientists Carol M. Swain and Russell Nieli, in their text on white nationalism, identify the idea of “white pride” as a relatively new phenomenon in the United States. They argue that over the course of the 1990s, “a new white pride, white protest, and white consciousness movement has developed in America”. They identify three contributing factors: an immigrant influx during the 1980s and 1990s, resentment over affirmative action policies, and the growth of the Internet as a tool for the expression and mobilization of grievances.[13] As an alternative, Janet E. Helms, founding director of Boston College’s Institute for the Study and Promotion of Race and Culture was quoted in the book “Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together In The Cafeteria?”: And Other Conversations About Race as saying that a white person “must become aware of his or her Whiteness, accept it as personally and socially significant… … Not in the sense of Klan members’ ‘white pride’ but in the context of a commitment to a just society.”[14] Among people who strongly identify as white, research differentiates between a power cognizant group and a prideful group. The prideful group is more likely to devalue diversity and to show prejudice, while the power cognizant group is more likely to value diversity.[15] The slogan “White Pride Worldwide” appears on the logo of Stormfront, a website owned and operated by Don Black, who was formerly a Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan.[16] The North Georgia White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan describe themselves as “a patriotic, White Christian revival movement dedicated to preserving the maintenance of White Pride and the rights of the White Race”.[17] A 2002 study identified white pride as a motivation for racial hate crimes on a US college campus,[18] while in a different study on internet racism, the slogan was identified as being part of an emerging transnationalist trend in white supremacist movements.[19] The slogan was also documented to have been used in hate speech incidents at New York University,[20] Vassar College,[21] and Temple University,[22] and it was a slogan used in posters put up by a white supremacist organization at dozens of US colleges.[23] Certain Denver Nuggets jerseys were named “white pride” by Adidas and were listed as such on the team’s website in 2016, after which internet outcry prompted the team to rename the jerseys.[24] Similarly, a fitness room in River Falls, Wisconsin was renamed to avoid the racist connotations of it being referred to as the “White Pride Fitness Room”.[25] The slogan was chanted along with “White Power” by up to 100 neo-Nazis rallying in Manchester, United Kingdom in March 2015[26] and was the theme of a March 2016 event in Swansea[27] and a March 2017 event in Edinburgh,[28] all of which were organized by the National Front. In an expos from The Week, James Poulos warned that “Europe is on track to rediscover what looks to us like a highly unsettling form of white pride.”[29]

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Make a bold statement with our White Power T-Shirts, or choose from our wide variety of expressive graphic tees for any season, interest or occasion . Whether you want a sarcastic t-shirt or a geeky t-shirt to embrace your inner nerd, CafePress has the tee you’re looking for. If you’d rather wear your own personalized design, create a custom t-shirt just for you. If you want clothing that reflects who you are, shop our extensive t-shirt collection today.

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Urban Dictionary: white power

White power is an backwoods, recently moved urban, code-word for white supremacy. It is meant to moralize or rally whites in the presence of something socially encouraging that furthers the ‘white-movement’.It has been proven difficult to get people out of thsse mindsets, as a lot of white people set the bar for idiocy and stereotypes of racism, and never quite let their white brethren live down the constant bullshit that always seems to stream out of a white supremacist’s mouth.

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Watch the BRAND NEW episode at: http://www.whitepowerwebseries.comVisit the filmmaker’s channel http://www.ronkarmstrong.com January 23, 2008, filmmaker Ronald K. Armstrong was granted access to a white supremacist group known as the White Knights. For the first time ever he was able to get an uncensored and unparalleled view into their secret world. The film you are about to see documents the experience.

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Share Share Email Print FINDLAY Activists plan to rally Sunday in Riverside Park, after vandals sprayed racist graffiti there over the weekend. TheFindlay Civil Rights Alliance will host the rally at 4 p.m. to protest white supremacy, organizerKatie Finneran said.The unknown vandals painted swastikas orwhite power in about a half-dozen places, either late Saturday or early Sunday, Findlay Parks and Recreation Superintendent Matt Stoffel said. Crews spent much of Monday cleaning the pool and bathhouse. There are currently no cameras at the park, located at 231 McManness Ave., and the closure of a nearby bridge means traffic in the area is minimal right now. Ms. Finneran said she believes its important to organize liberal groups in opposition to white supremacists groups.The alliance formed the day after the presidential election, and Ms. Finneran said rallies have at times faced bigoted reactions. I think in Findlay we have had particular problems with white supremacy, Ms. Finneran said. Our first anti-Trump march the day after he got elected, we had people in our hometown drive by us and scream white power, Ms. Finneran said. Ms. Finneran added Findlay-area residents who identify as right-wing Proud Boyshave attended previous alliance rallies and stood in the middle of the crowd in an attempt to intimidate protesters. A post onofficialproudboys.comsaysall that is required to become a Proud Boy is that a man declare he is a Western chauvinist who refuses to apologize for creating the modern world. Ms. Finneran said it didnt matter if the vandals who hit the parkwere teens who painted the graffiti as a prank, or if they were sincerely expressing white supremacist views, as those who have that ideology see such public messages and are emboldened by them. Regardless of how the fire gets started, the smoke signal is out, she said. Findlay Mayor Lydia Mihalikdid not return a request for comment. In an Aug. 12 Facebook post, she said, Hatred has no place in a civil and free society. The Findlay community stands with Mayor Mike Signer and Charlottesville. Similar rallies have taken place in Maumee and at University of Toledo in the wake of the recent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville Va., when a woman was killed after a car rammed into a crowd of counter protesters. James A. Fields, Jr., 20, of Toledo is accused of driving the vehicle. Contact Nolan Rosenkrans atnrosenkrans@theblade.com,or 419-724-6086or onTwitter @NolanRosenkrans.

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After Charlottesville, White Power Much Weaker on Social – The Good Men Project (blog)

> Source: 30dB.com White%20Nationalists This post is the opinion of the the author and does not necessarily represent The Good Men Project. After a self-proclaimed white nationalist rammed his car into a crowd of counter-protesters in Charlottesville, white nationalism has been on the retreat, both in person and online. Social has seen the movements banners dip to 82 percent negative sentiment from the mid 60s percent negative earlier in the month. Some activists took Socials furor against the Charlottesville nationalists even further, rounding up mug shots of participants in the rally and making sure they went viral. Many white nationalists have been fired from their day jobs for their weekend activities, while some have been banned from Twitter, Patreon and other online platforms. Christopher Cantwell, who was seen on Vice defending the alleged white nationalist who is accused of killing a protester with his Dodge Challenger, was even kicked off OkCupid. But Cantwell sang his hateful tune when InsideEdition.com reached out to him for comment. K-s will stop at nothing, Cantwell told them, using the racial slur for Jewish people. Hugo Guzman Republished from 30dB 30dBis a free opinion search engine based on our ongoing analysis of social media and news.Think Google but for opinion on just about anything youre interested in. We also produce stories like the one youre reading covering the Internets opinion on events in the news. Feel free to add related topics, compare topics and even launch new searches through our live infographics all without leaving the page. You created social media, were giving it back to you a bit more organized.

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Monday was the first day of classes for students at the University of Findlay, however figuring out what building their next class was in was at the bottom of their priority list around 2:30 p.m. Monday was the first day of classes for students at the University of Findlay, however figuring out what building their next class was in was at the bottom of their priority list around 2:30 p.m.

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White power rally organizers are spreading hate to New York | New … – New York Post

Key organizers of last weekends violent white-nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., have pursued their agenda of hate in New York. In the past year, members of California-based Identity Evropa have leafleted local college campuses and staged anti-immigrant protests. They promote white European culture and have tried to recruit students … to their cause, said Marilyn Mayo, a senior research fellow at the Anti-Defamation Leagues Center on Extremism in New York. The white supremacist group founded last year by former Marine and ex-con Nathan Damigo participated in a protest at the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens in February, brandishing signs that read One People One Nation No Immigration. Members of the group, who rally behind the racist slogan, We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children a motto known as the Fourteen Words and allegedly paraphrased from Hitlers Mein Kampf disrupted an anti-Trump protest by actor Shia LaBeouf at the museum, where Damigo and a group of his supporters shouted, You will not replace us. Also in February, the group marched on Times Square to demand an end to immigration. Identity Evropa, which has some 200 members, distributed pamphlets at Columbia University and Mercy Colleges Westchester campus, Mayo told The Post. The group is not welcome on Mercy College property, said Catherine Cioffi, the colleges director of public affairs. Damigo, 31, a Marine corporal who served two tours of duty in Iraq, was caught on video punching a woman at an anti-Trump rally in Berkeley, Calif., in April. He served four years in prison for a gunpoint robbery of a San Diego cab driver he apparently thought was Iraqi. In prison, he embraced white supremacist doctrines. Identity Evropa hit the ground running last summer when supporters posted fliers promoting European identity and solidarity in 17 cities, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks hate groups. Damigo helped organize last weeks Unite the Right protest against the removal of a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E Lee in Charlottesville. A white supremacist gunned his car into a crowd of counter-protestors, killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer. Among the other hatemongers who helped organize the Charlottesville rally was Matthew Heimbach, a Holocaust denier who participated in a 2014 hate conference organized by Golden Dawn New York, a Queens-based outlet of the Greek fascist group that uses Nazi slogans and symbols.

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Student who attended white power rally leaves college over death threats – New York Post

Nicholas Fuentes, an 18-year-old student who attended the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., this past weekend, said that hes received death threats for months over his conservative viewpoints enough for him to decide its time to leave Boston University. Fuentes said he made the decision to abandon his Political Science degree a month ago after being constantly threatened over his conservative views. He said no longer felt safe on campus, and will not return for the fall semester. Still, despite the intensity of the backlash hes received, he has absolutely no regrets about taking part in the controversial white-nationalist movement. I went to represent this new strain of conservatives, of people in the right wing who are opposed to mass immigration and multiculturalism, Fuentes told Fox News on Thursday. For a long time, this existed on the fringes. I thought it was a political victory we exposed the removal of Confederate statues, and this disenfranchised group of white males. A Boston University spokesman confirmed to Fox News that the student had indeed left the school earlier this week and that the safety and security of our students is our highest priority. While the ideology of the movement, he contended, used to be associated only with older men in America like Pat Buchanan and Samuel Francis, he believes a significant wave in the younger generation have been captivated by the ideology. We have basically been told our whole lives that white people are racist and evil and should be erased, Fuentes explained. We have basically been told that it is a crime to be born a white male. The student, who hails from a suburb of Chicago, is of Mexican lineage and contends that he and almost all other attendees did not go to the rally out of racist motivations, but rather most were like him and consider themselves to be preservationists staunchly against high levels of immigration. The picture the media keeps using is of one person with a Nazi flag, there were more one thousand there who didnt have Nazi flags, Fuentes said. The vast majority of people there were regular, decent people. I didnt meet a single violent person. Our side is just preservationist. Fuentes noted that the Charlottesville rally had been in the works for about three months, and that people joined the fray not only from all over the U.S., but from Canada and various countries in Europe. But after posting on social media about going to the event which turned tragic after a driver rammed a car into a crowd of counter-protesters, killing a woman Fuentes own firestorm began. I suddenly got dozens of messages on Twitter and Facebook telling me to go and kill myself and that if they see me they will beat the sh out of me. Stuff of that nature, he said. At least 10 to 20 of them were death threats. Fuentes said Boston University had given him opportunities to express his political views and his support of Donald Trump leading up to the November presidential election last year. I made a short video presentation about my support for Trump before the election and that caused a major uproar. People wanted to organize a debate between myself and a big Hillary supporter, Fuentes recalled. We went to the Dean and they gave us an auditorium, a police officer for security detail, they really made it happen. He is now taking a semester off and then intends to start at Auburn University in Alabama in the spring. It was one of my first picks after high school, Fuentes continued, adding that the friendly territory of the Deep South will enable him to express his opinions freely without jeopardizing his safety. In addition to studies, he hosts his own YouTube talk show modeled after Trumps key campaign catchphrase Make America Great Again, and highlighted that he mostly has liberal-leaning friends but the few who are conservative have experienced widespread backlash from their university peers across the country. Even worse than the threats I have received, Fuentes surmised. And even though he stands staunchly by his beliefs and makes no apology about making his mark in Charlottesville, he doesnt plan on attending any such rallies in the near future. Everyone is a little shaken up, Fuentes added. The political climate has become so intense and so violent and toxic.

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