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KKK Leader Holds Up Vote for Trump Sign During His Trial For Raping Children

Not the type of association the Trump campaign managers want…But the type Trump has courted.

A photoshopped image…But not far from the truth. Apparently former Aryan Nation Leader Kreis displayed a “Vote for Trump” sign throughout his trial.

KKK leader found guilty of molesting girls: ‘I will always hate the Jew — and please vote for Trump!’

A South Carolina jury was apparently unswayed a neo-Nazi’s “vote for Trump” sign and convicted the former Ku Klux Klan leader of sexually abusing two girls.

August Kreis III was found guilty Thursday of one count of criminal sexual conduct involving a minor child and two counts of committing lewd acts on a child, reportedThe State.

Three young women testified during a three-day trial that Kreis repeatedly molested two girls who were between the ages of 10 and 14 years old.

The 61-year-old Kreis, a onetime Aryan Nation leader and Christian Identity pastor, held up a sign throughout the trial expressing his support for Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump.

Circuit Court Judge Douet “Jack” Earley instructed jurors to ignore the sign and focus instead on the evidence.

Trump, the real estate tycoon and reality TV star, holds a four-point lead in South Carolina — which will be the first southern state to hold a presidential primary next year.

The GOP candidate has drawn support from many of the most influential white supremacists in the U.S., including Kreis — whose activity and influence has waned with his arrest and diabetes-related health problems.

One of the sex abuse victims read a poem during the sentencing hearing that described Kreis, who lived for a time in the same town as the Charleston church gunman, as a “monster.”

“My soul cries at the mention of your name,” the woman read. “Your disgusting little secret is out. I hope you are haunted till the day you die for the things you’ve done.”

The white supremacist, who is perhaps best known for an explosive appearance two decades ago on “The Jerry Springer Show,” spouted off hateful remarks and expressed support for his preferred candidate just before sentencing.

“I will always hate the Jew,” Kreis said. “This government is run by an evil group of people, and please — vote for Trump!”

Kreis was sentenced to 50 years in prison, and he told the judge he wanted to remain in jail for the rest of his life — which he almost certainly will.

A little background on Kreis, who appears in this video about halfway through…

As a kid, I remember these guys goose stepping around in Arlington, Va. Rockwell’s house was across a side street from the parking lot of the local Sears and Roebucks in North Arlington. They would parade around in their uniforms with their Nazi Flags trying very hard to look military. They generally had sense enough to leave the paying customers alone, but would sometimes put flyers on the windshield of cars in the lot.

This is another example of why Anonymous just going after the KKK isn’t enough. The guys often belong to multiple hate groups and drift from one to another. In Kreis’ case he started as an American Nazi,  moved to Aryan Nations where he was their leader, dabbled in the racist Skinheads, created the Christian Identity racist “religion”, and finally wound up back “home” in the KKK. No telling how many little girls this scumbag raped along the way.


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Anonymous Releases KKK List

The real Anonymous has released their Official KKK List.

The C of CC, one of the groups that should be targeted

Anonymous Reveals Full List Of Alleged KKK Members

“The reality is that racism usually does NOT wear a hood but it does permeate our culture on every level.”

The hackivist collective Anonymous released a much-anticipated list of people it claims are members or supporters of the Ku Klux Klan on Thursday night.

The group targeted the KKK in the wake of Michael Brown’s death in Ferguson, Missouri. They disclosed some contact information earlier this week, and promised to unveil the full trove onNovember 5th, Guy Fawkes Day.

The data dump, posted on Pastebin, began with an impassioned essay detailing Anonymous’ motives for the release.

“We hope Operation KKK will, in part, spark a bit of constructive dialogue about race, racism, racial terror and freedom of expression, across group lines,” the group said. “The reality is that racism usually does NOT wear a hood but it does permeate our culture on every level. Part of the reason we have taken the hoods off of these individuals is not because of their identities, but because of what their hoods symbolize to us in our broader society.”

Hackers spent 11 months gathering information on the alleged members, the group said, going to great lengths to confirm the identities as best as possible. They used public data and academic records as well as interviews with both experts and some of the KKK members themselves.

“We consider this data dump as a form of resistance against the violence and intimidation tactics leveraged against the public by various members of Ku Klux Klan groups throughout history,” Anonymous said.

Looks like they have about a fourth of the morons walking around in sheets type of racists – which isn’t going to include either the KKK in Suits groups (Council of Conservative Citizens), or the sympathizers and financiers of organized racism in the US. The last spending about $300 million a year to keep the racial pot stirred.Think they could round up some far more interesting fodder, as well as the names of some of the politicians released by the fake Anonymous group earlier this week if the dug that very deep and rich vein.


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Posted by on November 6, 2015 in The Post-Racial Life


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Yesterday’s Anonymous KKK List a Fake

Apparently, the list of people associated with the KKK released yesterday was a “Trojan Horse” designed to discredit Anonymous – released by the KKK or it’s conservative sycophants.

Although BTx3 still believes 3 of the 4 US Senators identified (sans Isakson) are probably KKK, or their conservative sympathisers. There is no evidence any of the Mayor’s mentioned has any relationship to the KKK, or is a bigot.

Anonymous denies link to list of alleged KKK members — and promises to release its own

Online hacking group Anonymous has denied responsibility for the recent publication of a list that claims some U.S. politicians belong to the Ku Klux Klan.

Last week, Anonymous said it would soon release the identities of about 1,000 members of the white supremacist organization. Anonymous is expected to release the details on Thursday, the day of the global protest movement known as the Million Mask March, in which demonstrators around the world will march in a protest against corrupt governments and corporations.

Anonymous denies it has any connection to the list of names, which was published Saturday on the website Pastebin. Most of the politicians included on the list—four Republican senators, four Democratic mayors and a Republican mayor—have denied the claims.

There is no evidence immediately apparent that confirms the details posted on the website. The posting user is identified as “Amped Attacks.”

U.S. Senator Dan Coats of Indiana took to Twitter to call the claim about him “baseless Internet garbage of the worst kind.”

In another tweet, he wrote, “For those who are asking—I have never had any affiliation with the Ku Klux Klan and deplore all forms of racial discrimination.”

A spokesman for Texas Senator John Cornyn and a spokeswoman for Georgia Senator John Hardy Isakson both told Newsweek the claims are “false.”

The document also names Republican Senator Thom Tillis, of North Carolina. His office did not immediately respond to Newsweek ‘s request for comment.

Five mayors were also named as KKK members. Madeline Rogero, mayor of Knoxville, Tennessee, released a statement on Facebook asking the parties involved to retract the list immediately.

“For reasons unfathomable to me or anyone who knows me, my name is on the list. Given my background, my interracial family, my public record and my personal beliefs, this would be hilarious except that it is probably being seen by a lot of people who have no idea who I am,” she said.

Mayor Paul Fraim of Norfolk, Virginia, called the action a “hoax” and “absolutely false.” Mayor Jim Gray of Lexington, Kentucky, said the allegation is “insulting and ridiculous.” Mayor Tom Henry of Fort Wayne, Indiana, also denied the claims.

Republican Mayor Kent Guinn of Ocala, Florida, called it “hurtful” during a press conference on Monday. Ocala Chief of Police Greg Graham said in a statement that law enforcement is working to resolve the situation.

Four separate lists, including 57 phone numbers and 23 email addresses, have been posted to Pastebin between Sunday and Monday.

The cyberwar began when the KKK began threatening people in Ferguson, Missouri, where people demonstrated against the August 2014 police killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown.

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Posted by on November 3, 2015 in Domestic terrorism, The New Jim Crow


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Anonymous Outs KKK Members, Including US Senators

Don’t believe the Mayor Jim Gray one, and question several of the others, including Mayor Rogero who is Hispanic, and worked with Cesar Chavez – but definitely they have some (4) of the US Senators pegged, although not all…I would guess there are about 6-8 more. Think they (Anonymous) need to go back and recheck their data.

Sen. Dan Coats (R-IN)

Sen. John Isakson, Republican, Georgia

US Senators Thom Tillis (R-N.C.)

US Sen John Cornyn (R-Tx.)




Prominent US Senators and Mayors Outed as Members of the KKK by Anonymous

Republican Mayor of Ocala, Florida

Mayor Jim Gray, Lexington, Kentucky, Democrat

Several prominent US Senators and mayors have been outed as members of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) and other racist groups by the hacktivist collective Anonymous, and the group hints that more politicians and public figures will be named in the near future.

In a new post on document-dumping site pastebin, Anonymous names US Senators Thom Tillis (R-N.C.), John Cornyn (R-Tx.), Dan Coats (R-In.) and Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) as members of the KKK. Anonymous also outed several mayors of major US cities, including Madeline Rogero of Knoxville, Tennessee; Jim Gray of Lexington, Kentucky; Paul D. Fraim of Norfolk, Virginia; Kent Guinn of Ocala, Florida; and Tom Henry of Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Mayor Paul D. Fraim (D) of Norfolk, Va

Mayor Madeline Rogero (D) of Knoxville, Tennessee

Thom Tillis, who is listed as a member of the United Northern and Southern Knights of the KKK in Thornton, was North Carolina’s Speaker of the House before being elected to the US Senate in 2014. Tillis was behind the implementation of numerous far-right policies in the Tar Heel State including voter ID laws, public education cuts, restrictions on abortion that were later struck down by federal judges, tax hikes on low-income earners to pay for tax cuts for the wealthy, among others.

Mayor Tom Henry (D) of Fort Wayne, Indiana

John Cornyn, who Anonymous claims is affililiated with the United White Knights of the KKK, is the current Majority Whip, making him one of the most powerful members of the US Senate. Johnny Isakson is listed as a member of the Original Knight Riders of the KKK. Isakson served as a U.S. Congressman for Georgia’s 6th Congressional District between 1999 and 2005. He currently serves as Georgia’s senior US Senator, and is up for re-election in 2016. Dan Coats is Indiana’s senior US Senator, and is listed as a member of the United Northern and Southern Knights of the KKK — along with Thom Tillis.

Jim Gray of Lexington, Kentucky, who Anonymous says is a member of the United Northern and Southern Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, is openly gay. Gray vehemently denied any ties to the KKK on his official Twitter feed:


Posted by on November 2, 2015 in The New Jim Crow


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Faux News Attacks Captain America…Because the New Captain America is Black

These folks are way too serious about themselves…

Which is a kind way to say their heads are so far up their rear ends, they couldn’t see daylight with a nightscope and a flashlight.

As you may have noticed – the New Captain America is black…Couldn’t possibly be at the root of the Racist News Network,  Faux New’s “problem”…

‘Captain America’ Writer Slams Fox News For Calling His Xenophobic Villains ‘Ordinary Americans’

Nick Spencer, the writer of ‘Captain America: Sam Wilson,’ discusses bringing the black Captain America to life and Fox and Friends’ boneheaded criticisms of his comic book.

Sam Wilson, a.k.a. Captain America, was only trying to be a hero when he flew to the U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona to investigate the disappearance of a Mexican teenager in the first issue of Nick Spencer’s Captain America: Sam Wilson. Once there, the star-spangled Avenger faced off against one of Cap’s oldest enemies, the Sons of the Serpent—a white supremacist terror group suspected of kidnapping and possibly killing Mexicans caught crossing the desert.

The masked Serpents, with their big guns and their big, muscly arms, resemble a militarized Ku Klux Klan and spew recognizable Trump-isms at a group of unarmed immigrants. They lovingly refer to a hypothetical “mighty Wall,” accuse all Mexicans of stealing jobs, seeking welfare, and bringing “trouble and disease and crime,” and piously invoke America’s “greatness.”

“Also,” the Serpents’ leader booms at the immigrants, “You know how you make me press a 1 for English at the beginning of every call to my satellite provider?That is something I cannot abide!”

In writing a racist group of armed vigilantes who violently attack, abduct, or kill border crossers into his book, Spencer didn’t expect anyone to sympathize, let alone defend what he thought was an obvious common enemy. The good hosts of Fox and Friends proved him wrong.

In a segment aired earlier this month, Fox News correspondent Clayton Morris decried Cap’s latest clash with the Serpents as a blatant slight “against conservatives” and dismissed Sam Wilson’s now year-long stint as Captain America as a “PR stunt” (in the same breath, Morris also points out that Sam, formerly the Falcon, “is, uh, African American”). Morris, an alleged “comics expert,” also called the Serpents a “new, odd enemy” for Cap (they’ve been around since 1966).

Co-host Tucker Carlson also sympathized with the Serpents’ leader, calling him just “an American who has misgivings upon unlimited illegal immigration and the costs associated with it.” Fellow co-host Heather Childers called for writers to “keep politics out of comic books”—except for storylines about “the people who are working the border to keep us safe.”…Read the interview with Nick Spencer here


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Anonymous to Put KKK On Blast

Going to be a bunch of wet sheets as these racist clowns wet themselves…

Anonymous to reveal identities of 1,000 Ku Klux Klan members on 1st anniversary of Ferguson protests

Anonymous hacktivists are planning to reveal the identities of 1,000 members of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) on the first anniversary of the Ferguson protests which erupted on 24 November 2014. Operation KKK, or #OpKKK, will also aim to shut down websites and other social media accounts affiliated with the KKK.

The on-going battle between the KKK and Anonymous began during the protests in Ferguson which erupted in the wake of a grand jury decision to not indict police officer Darren Wilson for killing unarmed black teenager Mike Brown. During the protests a local chapter of the KKK – known as the Traditionalist American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan (TAKKKK) – warned protesters that “lethal force” would be used against them.

In response to this threat, Anonymous took control of the KKK’s main Twitter account and published personal information regarding some alleged members of the TAKKKK. The amorphous group also alleged that it had evidence of a connection between the Ferguson police department and the TAKKKK.

Operation KKK @Operation_KKK
We’ve gained access to yet another KKK Twitter account. Using the info obtained, we will be revealing about 1000 klan member identities.
7:15 PM – 22 Oct 2015
522 522 Retweets 562 562 favorites

Following the Anonymous operation, several members of the KKK reportedly left the group after having their identities exposed. Ahead of the anniversary of the Ferguson protests, a faction of Anonymous has now threatened to reveal the identities of more KKK members.

“We are not attacking you because of what you believe in as we fight for freedom of speech,” Anonymous said in a statement released last week. “We are attacking you because of what you do to our brothers and sisters.

“Due to your actions we will be rearranging Operation KKK. We’ve gained access to yet another one of your KKK Twitter account. Using the info obtained, we will be revealing about 1000 of your klan member identities. The aim of the operation is nothing more than cyber Warfare. Anything you upload will be taken down, anything you use to promote the KKK will be shut down.”


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Posted by on October 28, 2015 in BlackLivesMatter, The Post-Racial Life


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How Conservatives Plan to Stop Black Lives Matter

You’ve seen Faux News try part of this…

Here’s the Conservative Playbook for Tearing Down Black Lives Matter

In the wake of last Friday’s murder of a Harris County, Texas, police deputy, Fox News pundits have bent over backward to find a way to connect the killing to the Black Lives Matter movement. A guest on the Fox talk show The Five on Mondaycalled the movement a “criminal organization,” and several hosts, including Bill O’Reilly, described it as a “hate group.”

Harris County law enforcement officials have yet to determine a motive for the shooting, and suspect Shannon Miles had been found mentally incompetent to stand trial on a felony assault charge in 2012. But that hasn’t stopped Fox News from showing a recent clip of protesters at the Minnesota State Fair chanting, “Pigs in a blanket, fry ’em like bacon,” as pundits discussed the Texas killing, or from running inflammatory on-screen banners that read “Murder Movement” and “Black Lives Matter Taunts Cop Killings.”

But this is not a new tactic from the right. Conservatives have long attempted to discredit black social movements by casting them as criminal. In fact, the law-and-order rhetoric they’ve espoused since the civil rights movement was invented to do just that.

In the 1950s, for example, Southern conservative lawmakers and law enforcement officials argued that acts of civil disobedience by black civil rights activists violated the law, and they criticized support for civil rights legislation as rewarding lawbreakers. Federal courts that struck down Jim Crow laws, they chided, were soft on crime.

This rhetoric went mainstream in the late 1960s following the major civil rights victories of the decade. Richard Nixon and avowed segregationist George Wallace both ran on law-and-order platforms in the 1968 presidential election. In his speeches andpolitical ads, Nixon appealed to the “non-shouters and non-demonstrators” who were “not racist” and “not guilty of the crime that plagued the land,” contrasting them with protesters who had “cities up in smoke,” a thinly veiled reference to the race riots of the decade. Nixon blamed the courts for “going too far in weakening the peace forces against the criminal forces.” He used this coded language to appeal to racist voters at a time when overt racism was becoming less socially acceptable.

Conservative politicians, pundits, and voters continued using this language to rail against the Black Power movement in the 1970s and tie organizations like the Black Panther Party to neighborhood crime and increased drug use. They pointed to the ongoing race riots and the increase in urban crime that accompanied the migration of black Southerners to Northern cities during that period, as evidence that the Panthers’ philosophy of armed self-defense was contributing to violence and criminal activity. Nixon declared the war on drugs in 1971, prior to the explosion of the drug trade mid-decade, in a tough-on-crime move that functioned as a crackdown on the black people and communities that were supposedly “causing” crime, and the philosophy of racial equality that had contributed to it. (And similarly coded language was used to justify criminal-justice policies that targeted black communities and produced the nation’s mass incarceration crisis in the late 1980s and 1990s.)

Now Fox News has targeted the Black Lives Matter movement in the same way. The movement is calling for an end to violence, and its national voices have condemned violence against the police on numerous occasions. But the right insists it is to blame for murders of police officers. The number of peaceful protests dwarfs the number that have seen looting and property destruction, but conservative punditsinsist Black Lives Matter protesters are “thugs” and that the movement’s rhetoric encourages violence. Just as they sought to discredit the movement to upset the Jim Crow social order, these right-wing voices now seek to discredit the movement to upend the current system of racist policing.

Murders of police aren’t the fault of the Black Lives Matter movement. But don’t expect to hear that on Fox News anytime soon.


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