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Tuesday, 19 April 2011

Smoke bomb ends Hitler birthday party (USA)

Lyons police are investigating a smoke bomb explosion that abruptly ended a birthday party celebration for Adolf Hitler at a Lyons banquet hall, a party complete with decorated cakes and Nazi banners.

The suspect, a man with a backpack, had ordered a grilled cheese sandwich before he went into a restroom and set off the smoke bomb, authorities said Monday.

"The description we have to work off of is very vague," police Chief Harley Schinker said of the person responsible for the damage Saturday night to P.J. Klem's Restaurant & Banquet Hall.

Art Jones, chairman of the America First Committee, said he organized the party and that about 60 people attended. In addition to celebrating the 122nd anniversary of Hitler's birth, which is Wednesday, Jones said the group marked the April 12, 1861, start of the Civil War.

The party included two cakes, Jones said. One was decorated with the words, "Happy Birthday Adolf Hitler." The other bore the phrase, "The South Was Right. White Men Fight," Jones said.

Officers arrived at the restaurant and banquet hall about 6:15 p.m. Saturday after receiving a call about smoke, according to a release from Lyons police.

The smoke bomb caused no serious damage or injuries, but police evacuated and closed the restaurant to allow the Cook County sheriff's police bomb squad to search the building, Lyons police said.

Pete Klemetzos, general manager of Klem's, said he was unaware of the party's specific purpose when it was scheduled several weeks ago.

The same group has rented the banquet hall in previous years and was holding a peaceful gathering, he added.

"There was no 'Heil Hitler' or anything like that," Klemetzos said, although banners bearing swastikas were displayed.

"They didn't wear uniforms. There were no outside demonstrations. A group came in and said they wanted me to cook for them — chicken, beef, sausage — and I didn't ask them who they were."

Chicago Tribune

The Turner Diaries and the BNP.

David Copeland
Yesterday on this blog we reminded people that 12 years ago on the 17th of April, ex-BNP member David Copeland began his bombing campaign against ethnic minorities and members of the gay community in the Soho area of London.

Copeland who had acted as a steward at various BNP meetings and was photographed with John Tyndall the BNP’s founder was well known by the BNP leadership.

At the time of his arrest Copeland stated this to the police as to the motivation for his actions.

"My main intent was to spread fear, resentment and hatred throughout this country, it was to cause a racial war." 

He said: "If you've read The Turner Diaries, you know the year 2000 there'll be the uprising and all that, racial violence on the streets. My aim was political. It was to cause a racial war in this country. 

There'd be a backlash from the ethnic minorities, then all the white people will go out and vote BNP."

Today marks the 16th Anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing which was another terrorist attack that was also inspired by The Turner Diaries book.
Timothy McVeigh

The attack that occurred on the Alfred P. Murrah Building in Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995 was carried out by the former U.S. Army member Timothy James McVeigh.

McVeigh who had sought revenge against the governments for its handling of the Waco siege where 77 members of the Branch Davidians died, had been inspired to his actions by this white supremacist literature.

“McVeigh frequently quoted and alluded to the white supremacist novel The Turner Diaries. It described acts of terrorism similar to the one he carried out.”

Photocopies of pages sixty-one and sixty-two of The Turner Diaries were found in an envelope inside McVeigh's car.

A Timothy McVeigh quote

“If people say The Turner Diaries was my Bible, Unintended Consequences would be my New Testament. I think Unintended Consequences is a better book. It might have changed my whole plan of operation if I'd read that one first.”

The book tells the story of Earl Turner a member of a white supremacist guerrilla army trying to overthrow the American government in a future Aryan race war. It also contains a detailed description of the mass hangings of “Race Traitors” in Los Angeles and the ethnic cleansing of a city.

It’s full of anti-Semitic conspiracy theory government control bile, mixed in with white racial superiority, paranoia and xenophobia.

Here’s a section from the book.

  If the White nations of the world had not allowed themselves to become subject to the Jew, to Jewish ideas, to the Jewish spirit, this war would not be necessary. We can hardly consider ourselves blameless. We can hardly say we had no choice, no chance to avoid the Jew's snare. We can hardly say we were not warned....

    The people had finally had their fill of the Jews and their tricks....If the Organization survives this contest, no Jew will -- anywhere. We'll go to the Uttermost ends of the earth to hunt down the last of Satan's spawn.”

Obviously due to its narrative it ticks all the white supremacist extremists’ boxes and is often called the “Bible of the Right Wing”.

So who wrote The Turner Diaries?

Unsurprisingly the author was a well known American Neo-Nazi called William Luther Pierce, writing under the pseudonym Andrew Macdonald.

Pierce was the founder of the American neo-Nazi white supremacist organisation the “National Alliance” and creator of the religion “Cosmotheism”.

A religion based on the principles of white racialism, pantheism, eugenics and National Socialism (Nazism).

Obviously William Pierce was a hardcore white supremacist and Neo-Nazi.

Yet this didn’t discourage the British National Party inviting him over to speak at one of their rallies in 1995. And in 1999 Pierce spoke at an American Friends of the British National Party meeting in Arlington, Virginia.

When William Pierce died in 2002, the BNP website carried an official obituary for the man.

Although today the BNP seldom officially make references to William Pierce, their members still hold the man in admiration.

In 2009 Nick Cass the BNP’s leafleting poster boy was spotted on a Television interview with an National Alliance tattoo.

Birmingham Nationalist

And this BNP Non-Official, "cough” Blog  is yet again promoting Pierce’s racial agenda and paranoia.

In the video of Pierce that this BNP blog has posted, he once again re-enforces the racist white supremacist anti-Semitic dogma that is blatant in The Turner Diaries.

Yesterday we reminded you of the Ex-BNP member David Copeland and his terror campaign in London.

Today we remind you of Timothy McVeigh and his terror campaign in Oklahoma City.

Today we have also have pointed out the not so distant link between these two events and the British National Party.
A link that should not be forgotten.

Especially as tomorrow is the anniversary of Adolph Hitler's birthday.

An event that is often celibrated by Neo-Nazi's around the world.


Wilders trial: police complaint about perjury (Netherlands)

PVV leader Geert Wilders is to make a formal complaint to the police of perjury against one of the witnesses at his inciting hatred trial.

On Monday, a special court panel refused to honour the Wilders’ camp call for new judges, because they refused to investigate statements made by Middle East expert Bertus Hendriks.

Wilders and his lawyer Bram Moszkowicz claim Hendriks lied in court about the motives for inviting another witness, Arab languages expert Hans Jansen, to dinner last May.

During that dinner, Moszkowicz claims a third witness tried to pressure Jansen about his evidence.

Following Monday’s decision, the case against Wilders can now continue.

‘The circus will go on,’ Wilders told the Telegraaf in a reaction.

Dutch News

Green blasts FPÖ for alleged neo-Nazi contacts (Austria)

Green MP Karl Öllinger criticised the Freedom Party (FPÖ) today (Mon) for its alleged failure to have distanced itself from contacts with neo-Nazi individuals and organisations.

He called on FPÖ leader Heinz-Christian Strache to do so. Öllinger charged that individuals in the FPÖ’s entourage had sent emails to alleged neo-Nazi websites "unzensuriert.at" and "alpen-donau.info" and that one had called for a military coup in Austria, "a scandal" in Öllinger’s words.

In response, FPÖ General Secretary Herbert Kickl said that "Öllinger’s assertions do not become any more truthful through repetition. Nazis have no place with us."

Claiming that the FPÖ had been trying to investigate the operator of the website alpen-donau.info, Kickl added efforts had been made to make it "an instrument of provocation against the FPÖ" that "Green ideological fanatics and their stooges" could exploit.

The recent apprehension of an infamous fascist by police may have triggered Öllinger’s charge.

Gottfried Küssel was arrested on 11 April.  The outspoken neo-Nazi is accused of cooperating with the people behind "alpen-donau.info", a controversial discussion platform of neo-Nazis on the internet. The site was taken offline last month after state prosecutors in Vienna asked their counterparts in the United States for support.

Austrian officials were forced to watch on as anonymous neo-Nazis posted hate messages against foreigners in German on the homepage. "Alpe-Donau" also made headlines for revealing the home addresses and private phone numbers of several journalists and left-wing politicians.

US officials vowed to cooperate with Austria in the matter. Viennese prosecutors failed to find a way to take action against "Alpe-Donau" for months after it became clear that the platform was being managed via a server located in the USA.

Küssel’s arrest came around half a year after investigators had confiscated data storage devices and documents at dozens of apartments and offices in Vienna. Around a dozen users of "Alpe-Donau" – which promoted events held by Küssel in cooperation with Czech neo-Nazis – have been identified in the meantime.

Investigators think that some of the suspected neo-Nazis may also have links to the FPÖ, the third-strongest political force in the federal parliament, according to recent reports. Strache has said many times over the past months that his party and he wanted to disassociate themselves from the disputed online forum.

Strache was pressed to speak out on the issue after participators of discussions on the website praised his party for its current policies. The FPÖ sparked outcry among most political competitors for campaigning against members of the Islamic community in Austria who are unwilling to integrate into society. Strache has warned of the creation of "parallel societies" in several speeches on the campaign trail in recent years. Surveys show that the right-wing party might come in first were Austrians asked to go to the polls in general elections this month.

Organisers of "Alpe-Donau" and people engaging in discussions in the website’s forum face several years in jail if prosecutors press charges under Austrian anti-Nazi propaganda regulations.

Austrian Times

Cash-strapped BNP 'turns to racist hardcore' (UK)

 The BNP was last night accused of turning to "a hardcore group of neo-Nazis and racists" to stand as candidates in next month's local elections.

The anti-BNP campaign group Hope not Hate said it had compiled a dossier of extremist postings of candidates standing on 5 May, either in council elections or those to the Scottish Parliament and Welsh Assembly. Among the postings the group collected from Facebook pages were:

* One BNP candidate in the North of England who posted on his Facebook page a mock advert for the gas Zyklon B – used in the Nazi extermination chambers of the Second World War – captioned, "Try Zyklon B. It's a gas!"

* One candidate urges his followers to "Stamp out diseases today. Spray pakis and poofs with hydrochloric acid".

* An activist in Wales, who has a photograph of his endorsement by BNP leader Nick Griffin on his Facebook page. Underneath it reads: "My grandfather was killed in Auschwitz. Apparently he got pissed and fell out of the watchtower!"

The candidate also posted, "Just popped round to see my Muslim neighbour's new baby. She asked me if I wanted to wind it but that seemed a bit extreme so I gave it a dead leg instead."

* A woman, describing herself as a "a big supporter of the BNP leader Nick Griffin", responded to a protest by Muslims Against The Crusades by saying: "They should all be burned."

* Another candidate posting about his arrest for "an out of date bus ticket", says: "They [police] have just made me hate them even more. From now on I will be celebrating the death of serving police officers when they are announced on the news. May sound a bit extreme but I hate them that much." He also posted that Labour's newly elected MP for Barnsley Central, Dan Jarvis, a former officer in the Parachute Regiment, "should have been shot from behind while facing the enemy".

Overall the BNP will be fielding just over 200 candidates in next month's elections – nearly 500 fewer than the in 2007. It said it "was having to cut its cloth" because of the amount of money it had had to spend defending a legal action against the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC).

Hope not Hate said: "As his party crumbles, Nick Griffin has been forced to turn to what even by BNP standards, is a hard core of neo-Nazis and racists. These are not just activists, but people Griffin is putting forward as candidates for elected public office. They are literally the best the BNP now has to offer."

Hope not Hate, which is funded by the trades union movement, said the party had become hopelessly split – with many members defecting to the English Democrats and the breakaway party British Freedom Party.

The BNP has been engaged in a long-running court battle with the EHRC over its policy of restricting membership to "indigenous British people". It scrapped the rule but the Commission accused Mr Griffin of failing to comply with an order to remove potentially racist clauses from his party's constitution. In December Mr Griffin fought off an attempt to have him declared guilty of contempt of court at the High Court – which rejected the EHRC's attempt to seize the party's assets. Costs were awarded to the BNP but deputy leader Simon Darby said the battle had affected its ability to recruit members and had cost a huge amount in legal fees which had yet to be reimbursed.

Mr Darby said: "Unlike the Labour Party we cannot afford to be £19m in debt and we have had to cut our cloth accordingly." He said the unsavoury postings could be fakes to discredit the party.

'BNP postings' on facebook

* "7/7 – keep trying ya raghead bastards. This is our country our England our rules. Time2 packup and get the fuck out of dodge."

* "Fly your flag! no excuses. We stock them. £5 to piss off your Muslim neigbours off big style. What a fucking bargain."

* "Going to the polling station was aday out for the lazy African population as they don't work."

* "Unless we stand up and are counted then it's bye bye England."

The Independant

The Oklahoma City bombing - 16 years on

Today marks the 16th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing, which claimed 168 lives and injured more than 680 people, making it the most deadly act of terrorism in America until 9/11.

On 19 April 1995, 27-year-old Timothy McVeigh detonated a fuel and fertilizer truck bomb outside the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.

Motivated by his anger at the FBI's handling of the Ruby Ridge incident 1992 and Waco Seige 1993, in which religious extremists were shot dead, McVeigh decided to bomb a federal building in response.

Within 90 minutes of the explosion McVeigh was stopped by police for driving without a licence plate and arrested for unlawfully carrying a weapon. Forensic evidence quickly linked McVeigh and his accomplice, Terry Nichols, to the bombing.

The men, who met in 1988 at Fort Benning during basic training for the U.S Army and bonded over their interest in the militia movement, were charged within days.

The 4,800-pound fertilizer truck bomb, which killed 19 children under the age of six as well as eight federal agents, is estimated to have caused $652 million worth of damage. The official investigation, known as "OKBOMB", was the largest criminal investigation case in American history.

McVeigh was convicted two years later of first-degree murder charges, and found guilty of 11 counts of dealing with the bombing. He was executed by lethal injection on 11 June 2001. Nichols was sentenced to life in prison.

The Independant