> Byker wrote:
>> "super70s" wrote in message
>>> You're one to talk since your "political commenting" is confined to racist
>>> ranting, possibly only Topaz (who concentrates on anti-Semitism) is more
REPUBLICAN SENATE CANDIDATE, WHO HAS CALLED
FOR COUNTRY "FREE FROM JEWS"
Little has said he believes Jews should have
no say over white non-Jews and wants to see
them removed from the country altogether. On
Gab, a social media site with large swaths of
extremist users, he argues that the neo-Nazi
website Daily Stormer, whose proprietors praise
Adolf Hitler and have appeared to call for acts
of violence against Jewish people, is too Jewish.
"I propose a government that makes counter-
semitism central to all aims of the state,"
he wrote on that website, referring to a white
nationalist euphemism for a hatred of Jews. He
argued for forbidding "all immigration except
of biological kin, where no person of Jewish
origin may live, vacation or traverse."
> The Ku Klux Klan has announced it plans to hold a rally in North Carolina
> in response to Donald Trump's election as president.
> The Loyal White Knights, based in Pelham, NC, says on its website that its
> victory parade, referred to as "Victory Klavalkade Parade" will be held on
> December 3, 2016. It does not specify where.
> Below the event details is an announcement in all-caps that states,
> "Trump's race united my people."
> Late last week, Duke and his co-host, Don Advo, discussed the Donald Trump
> campaign’s hiring of Stephen Bannon, the former executive chairman of
> Breitbart, a right-wing publication, as campaign CEO. Advo remarked that
> “We appear to have taken over the Republican Party,” where “we” refers to
> the white supremacist movements active on the American right.
> Posted on February 25, 2016
> David Duke, a white nationalist and former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard, is
> urging the listeners of his radio program to volunteer and vote for Donald
> "Voting for these people, voting against Donald Trump at this point is
> really treason to your heritage," Duke said on the David Duke Radio
> Program Wednesday, referring to Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio. "I'm not saying
> I endorse everything about Trump, in fact I haven't formally endorsed him.
> But I do support his candidacy, and I support voting for him as a
> strategic action. I hope he does everything we hope he will do."
> Duke then urged his followers to call Trump's campaign headquarters to
> Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke is running for Senate in Louisiana,
> and he says Donald Trump’s popularity is helping him in the race.
> “I love it,” Duke told the LA Times. “The fact that Donald Trump’s doing
> so well, it proves that I’m winning. I am winning.”
> Duke also told the LA Times that Trump’s proposed policies, like building
> a wall along the border with Mexico and banning Muslims from entering the
> country, show the country is open to a white power message. “He’s talking
> about it in a visceral way,” Duke said. “Donald Trump is talking
> implicitly. I’m talking explicitly.”
> President-elect Donald Trump is drawing praise from the Ku Klux Klan,
> neo-Nazis and other white nationalist groups for appointing former
> Breitbart executive Stephen Bannon as his chief strategist.
> “Perhaps The Donald is for real,” Rocky Suhayda, chairman of the American
> Nazi Party, told CNN in an segment that included interviews with several
> white nationalists.
> Trump’s hiring of Bannon has drawn bitter criticism from Democrats, but
> white nationalists believe it’s evidence the president-elect intends to
> live up to his campaign promises to deport illegal immigrants and build a
> wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.
> David Duke, a former KKK leader who lost his Senate bid last week in
> Louisiana, called Bannon’s hiring an “excellent” decision.
> Bannon will “push Trump in the right direction,” suggested Richard
> Spencer, president of the white nationalist National Policy Institute.
> “That would be a wonderful thing.”
> “It makes sense to me,” added Brad Griffin, author of the white
> nationalist website Occidental Dissent.
> Donald Trump on Sunday refused to condemn the Ku Klux Klan or disavow his
> recent endorsement by former Klansman David Duke.
> The Republican front runner said he didn’t know enough about Duke to
> publicly denounce the former KKK leader, who told his followers earlier
> this week that voting for anyone but Trump would be “treason to your
> “Well, just so you understand, I don’t know anything about David Duke, OK?
> I don’t know anything about what you’re even talking about with white
> supremacy or white supremacists,” Trump said on CNN’s State of the Union.
> “I know nothing about David Duke. I know nothing about white supremacists.”