Tulsa Fire investigators are looking for a person of interest after someone smashed a window at a Brookside donut shop and threw a Molotov cocktail inside. This is the second time the business has been vandalized in the past two weeks. The owners of The Donut Hole near 31st and Peoria said they were out of town when they got the devastating call that their business had been targeted again. Investigators said the person first puts a letter with anti-LGBTQ rhetoric on the door of a neighboring business, then uses a bat to smash through the glass door. Once it was broken, the person is seen throwing the explosive device inside.
The Nazification of America has reached the Kristallnacht phase.
Let’s not forget that the Nazi Party started in a gay bar. The Nazi Party started in a gay bar in Munich, Germany, and the Stormtroopers were Hitler’s enforcers in the early days of the Nazi regime — the S.A., the Stormtroopers.
“Without exception, the officers — this was like Hitler’s private army — without exception, the officers in Hitler’s private army were homosexuals. You had no chance of advancing through the ranks unless you were a hardcore homosexual.
“Now it’s true that Hitler did send homosexuals, even killed some of them, but sent them to concentration camps. The ones that the Nazis sent to concentration camps were effeminate homosexuals. They believed in the Greek homosexual idea, the muscular, masculine, male homosexual.
“And in fact, in a lot of homosexual circles, they will dress up in Nazi gear as kind of reminiscent of how the entire Nazi Party got started.”
In 1939, twenty-thousand Americans rallied in New York’s Madison Square Garden to celebrate the rise of Nazism – an event largely forgotten from American history. A NIGHT AT THE GARDEN uses striking archival fragments recorded that night to transport modern audiences into this disturbing gathering. With chilling resonance in today’s political climate, the film is a reminder about the power that far-right ideology once had in America and a wake-up call about the importance of addressing it today.
The letter is spearheaded by Colorado Rep. Doug Lamborn who has a 100% rating from the Family Research Council and has the usual lunatic GOP suspects standing behind it including: Virginia “Matthew Shepard’s killing was not a hate crime” Foxx, Steve “Mein Herr” King, and Louie “Crazy as a Loon” Gomert.
A group of 45 House Republican lawmakers wrote President Trump Friday stating that they were “deeply concerned” by the inclusion of “sexual orientation and and gender identity language” in the U.S.-Mexico-Canada-Agreement on trade.
The representatives said the inclusion was “inappropriate and insulting to our national sovereignty” and urged Trump to remove the language. The letter suggests the president may loose some key Republican support when the deal, which would replace the North American Free Trade Agreement, comes before before Congress for approval next year.
The letter is in reaction to language in Chapter 23 of the USMCA deal, which requires the the three nations to “implement policies that protect workers against employment discrimination on the basis of sex, including… sexual orientation [and] gender identity” among other requirements.
We are currently trying to see if the signatures match to what is on file for each GOP Representative.
A screencap of a CNN broadcast is making the rounds on social media, showing one of the neo-nazi “security team” at the protest in Charlottesville, VA on Saturday wearing a Marvel comic’s evil HYDRA organization t-shirt
For those of you who need a Clift’s Notes crash course on Marvel Comic’s evil HYDRA organization:
Before the evolution of mankind, a cabal of immortal hooded reptoids came to Earth, planning to start a legacy of evil. Millions of years later, they corrupted an Asian secret society of geniuses known as the Brotherhood of the Spear, which resulted in that group being called “the Beast” by the Brotherhood of the Shield. The corrupted Brotherhood of the Spear spread out, ingraining itself like a multi-headed serpent into all facets of human society, from science to magic and politics. As time wore on, the organization’s name changed and it included the Cathari sect as well as the Thule Society.The Nazi sub group, funded by the Thule Society, was brought into the main Hydra fold after the end of World War II.
One of the Nazi members, Baron Wolfgang von Strucker, quickly seized control of the Hydra organization and restructured it to be dedicated to world domination through terrorist and subversive activities on various fronts, resulting in a global neo-fascist New Order. To this end, Baron von Strucker used his personal fortune, based on his recovered hoard of Nazi plunder from World War II, and funds established by the original leaders of the Japanese secret society that became part of the old Hydra. However, after von Strucker’s first death, Hydra broke into factions (such as A.I.M., Secret Empire, Them, etc.) that each adopted its own reorganized modus operandi. Eventually, this fragmentation would lead to a Hydra civil war, even after von Strucker’s resurrection.
The shirt was noticed as part of the footage provided to CNN by Vice from a profile on the now crying neo-Nazi leader Chris Cantwell
The real-life Nazi seems to be wearing this t-shirt:
About 500 pro-Trump demonstrators and counter-protesters faced off Saturday morning at a “Patriots Day” rally in Berkeley, where the two groups have violently clashed on city streets twice in the last three months. About 10 a.m., dozens of counter-protesters dressed in black and wearing masks tore down a plastic netting that separated the two groups in Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park. The Trump supporters moved forward with American flags and chants against “communists.”
Two counter-demonstrators were led away by police in handcuffs. At one point, a loud explosion could be heard in the park and fist fights broke out among members of both groups. Berkeley police, wearing riot helmets, immediately rushed in and the crowd moved back.
Stewart Rhodes, founder of the citizen militia group known as the Oath Keepers, came from Montana with about 50 people wearing security gear to protect the Trump supporters. They were joined by bikers and others who vowed to fight members of an anti-fascist group if they crossed police barricades. “I don’t mind hitting” the counter-demonstrators, whom he called “neo-Nazis,” Rhodes said. “In fact, I would kind of enjoy it.”
The “Patriots Day” rally was organized by a loose collective of far-right groups hate groups. One of them, Oath Keepers, said it would provide security.
Police donned gas masks as they used pepper spray on the crowd. A Berkeley station for BART, the mass transit system, was shut down because of the disturbance.
One of the most disturbing acts caught on tape was that of notorious white supremacist Nathan Damigo of the white nationalist group Identity Europa was identified by multiple witnesses as the man seen in a viral video lunging at an unsuspecting woman with dreadlocks and viciously punching her before she had a chance to react.
Twenty-one people were arrested, including some on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, according to Officer Byron White of the Berkeley Police Department. Eleven people were injured with at least six taken to a hospital for treatment, including one stabbing victim.
Fascist Neo-Nazi leader (who claims he’s not a Neo-Nazi) Richard Spencer sporting a Hitler youth haircut was cold-cocked by a protester at an anti-Trump demonstration that he crashed near the inaugural parade route as he and was explaining his Pepe the frog button to the camera
Last November, Spencer recited Nazi propaganda in German, before declaring “Hail Trump! Hail victory!” at a white supremacist event at the National Press Club in Washington DC.
In most cases we at Back2Stonewall.com are against violence.
On Friday night, November 18th. the “suit-and-tie Nazi” National Policy Institute (NPI) attempted to hold a quiet dinner meeting on the subject of white supremacy at an Italian restaurant on Wisconsin Ave called Maggiano’s. Anti-fascist protesters stormed the restaurant and got most of the way up the stairs to the second floor where NPI was meeting. A few got in via the elevator. The Washington Post is reporting that “a foul smelling liquid” was sprayed on NPI President Richard Spencer, notorious for peddling “white nationalism.” Efforts by NPI to outwit protesters with a fake meetup at Trump Hotel instead of Maggiano’s failed.
Scott Lively, who took only 0.9% of the vote last week in the Massachusetts gubernatorial election sent out victory canards today, to himself today claiming that the “Holy Spirit” limited his campaign activities and that he’s not the “genocidal monster” that the LGBT community makes him out to be.
“I want you to recognize what a great victory we have achieved in this campaign. A Missionary Pastor with an inner-city church that seats just 45, mostly street-people, ran a part-time campaign, serving as his own campaign manager, with only 20-30 campaign volunteers (only about half of whom dedicated more than 40 hours to the effort), and a budget of just over $25,000. Deliberately (by the prompting of the Holy Spirit) limiting his campaign activities only to those public appearances and media interviews to which he was invited (not trying to win the seat in his own strength but staying out of the way to let God pull the strings), he (by conservative accounts) handily won the two major debates in which he appeared, shocked the hosts, audience and fellow panelists in every forum with his boldness and candor, and preached the unvarnished Gospel of Jesus Christ in nearly all of the 30 or so public events in which he appeared. I believe my faithfulness in stepping out into the political arena to preach the gospel has spiritually broken the back of the anti-Lively coalition and demolished its campaign of defamation. The public has seen me in the debates and other venues and know I am a sincere and kind-hearted Christian man, whether or not they agree with my views. They will never again believe the vicious LGBT lies trying to paint me as a genocidal monster. The Lord has vindicated me in an entirely unique way..”
Central Station, the largest gay nightclub in Moscow has been shut down. The Village reports that the Moscow Arbitration Court has issued a resolution demanding the club to vacate the premises. This comes after years of battling with it’s landlord and experiencing a series of hate attacks late last year.
In November, 2013 the club CEO Andrei Lischinsky accused the landlord company of an attempt to force the club out of the building despite the agreement under which the Central Station may occupy the premises until 2017. Afterwards the attacks began on the club. “The purpose of all these actions is to intimidate the Central Station clientele. This can be called both raiding and extremism”, said Andrei Lischinsky then.
Earlier this January Lischinsky wrote on his personal Vkontakte page:
I am resigning from my job as CEO of the Central Station club on February 1, 2014. Tired of fighting with the “windmills”. It has been 3 years of unforgettable work in the biggest gay club in the country, a lot has been passed through: the attack of the local prosecutor’s office, and burning my car down , and the fight against the raiders… It was one of the most interesting experiences of my work in the best club in its [market] segment.
The Central Station’s co-owner Ilja Abaturov has also confirmed the closure.