Toledo Riots Were Unjustified

On October 15, 2005, the National Socialist Movement daringly marched into a Toledo, Ohio. The idea was to protest African-American gang activity in the ghettofied North end of the town. The event had been researched weeks before by the organization. The curious sequence events continues, with much of the verbiage from Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2005_Toledo_Riot).

Rather than listening to their problem being pointed out, area blacks rioted for four hours, and triggered a citywide curfew for the remainder of the weekend. It has been since then pointed out that the Anti-Racist Action (an 'anti-fascist' organization with probably ties to communism) motivated the blacks to assemble for the counter-demonstration. Although public awareness events put on by NSM can be as motivational to each side listening as they are colorful spectacles, there was an pre-planned, violent undercurrent brewing.

Since then, it has been reported that he Toledo chapter of the International Socialist Organization, anarchist organizations in the area, and even radical Anti-Racist Action groups from other cities coordinated in the planning of a massive protest aimed at forcing the NSM rally to be canceled. Instead of attending the event with the possibility of engaging in dialogue, the obvious goal was to abridge the national socialists' rights to freedom of speech.

Police were forced to cancel the rally, after it was determined that situation between police and community members escalated. And instead of bowing to the police's gracious turn, the protesters directed aggression against the police in response to their perceptions of past acts of what they saw as random arrests and police brutality. Over 600 community members and the Toledo police force were engaged, and members of the NSM and its supporters were escorted out by police. But even this did not stop the community from its insane, self-directed damaging behaviors.

Eleven police personnel suffered injury, and one paramedic suffered a concussion after a brick smashed through the side window of her vehicle, hitting her in the head. Police, media, and emergency first-responders were targeted, as were stores, a gas station, and a favorite local bar. The bar was targeting for being broken into and set-ablaze, as it was believed to be a regular hangout for police and politicians. Police arrested more than 120 rioters, most of whom were residents of the North end. According to the mayor, Jack Ford, a number of protesters were wearing gang colors.

The NSM was later granted permission to rally at the Government Center in downtown Toledo on December 10, 2005. The stated purpose of the rally was to protest how the city dealt with the previous planned march. The Ohio State Highway Patrol was responsible for security at the Center.

Approximately 45 people participated in the one-hour rally, separated from 170 observers and counter-protesters by approximately 700 law-enforcement personnel. The assembled police forces - which included local, state, and federal officers - had mounted patrols, armored personnel carriers, and rooftop snipers.

Aggressive policing of the counter-protesters, which included the reported use of police Tasers, resulted in a total of 29 arrests. Unfortunately, three of those arrested were photojournalists covering the event. People entering the rally zone, including members of the media, were subject to searches, and police engaged in videotaping all persons near the rally site for what was termed as "intelligence gathering for future investigations." The majority of arrests occurred in the police controlled observation area; however, several people were arrested near public libraries for violating a court order banning unauthorized protests. None of the national socialist participants in the NSM rally were arrested. A local tattoo parlor that had allegedly been used as a base of operations for the NSM rally was vandalized later that night. The front window was smashed out with a rock marked with the anarchist circle "A" symbol. The owner of the parlor blamed the attack on a group called, The A Project.

What are the 'takeaways' from these events?

Well, at that time and in that location, blacks were infiltrated and co-opted by anarchists and communists. While the event could have been better-planned to varying degrees by both sides, nearly a decade of successful public protest events has been enacted peacefully by the National Socialist Movement. In the meantime, local, state, and federal governments are being more proactive to combat potential usurpations of communities by outside influences with less-stellar records of law enforcement cooperation.

And if anyone does not believe me, start looking at some of the links below before they are taken down. No, it is not as one women from Toledo said at the time. Blacks of Toledo (and around the world) do not need anarchists or communists telling them how to view social discussions and events in their cities and towns!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVp7vlYhn-E

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYef0oSlYnM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nF3aew-iVU

http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/toledo-riot-footage/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C34_2Y7-sGg

I wonder if anything has changed since then in Toledo?

Toledo Riots Were Unjustified

On October 15, 2005, the National Socialist Movement daringly marched into a Toledo, Ohio. The idea was to protest African-American gang activity in the ghettofied North end of the town. The event had been researched weeks before by the organization. The curious sequence events continues, with much of the verbiage from Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2005_Toledo_Riot).

Rather than listening to their problem being pointed out, area blacks rioted for four hours, and triggered a citywide curfew for the remainder of the weekend. It has been since then pointed out that the Anti-Racist Action (an 'anti-fascist' organization with probably ties to communism) motivated the blacks to assemble for the counter-demonstration. Although public awareness events put on by NSM can be as motivational to each side listening as they are colorful spectacles, there was an pre-planned, violent undercurrent brewing.

Since then, it has been reported that he Toledo chapter of the International Socialist Organization, anarchist organizations in the area, and even radical Anti-Racist Action groups from other cities coordinated in the planning of a massive protest aimed at forcing the NSM rally to be canceled. Instead of attending the event with the possibility of engaging in dialogue, the obvious goal was to abridge the national socialists' rights to freedom of speech.

Police were forced to cancel the rally, after it was determined that situation between police and community members escalated. And instead of bowing to the police's gracious turn, the protesters directed aggression against the police in response to their perceptions of past acts of what they saw as random arrests and police brutality. Over 600 community members and the Toledo police force were engaged, and members of the NSM and its supporters were escorted out by police. But even this did not stop the community from its insane, self-directed damaging behaviors.

Eleven police personnel suffered injury, and one paramedic suffered a concussion after a brick smashed through the side window of her vehicle, hitting her in the head. Police, media, and emergency first-responders were targeted, as were stores, a gas station, and a favorite local bar. The bar was targeting for being broken into and set-ablaze, as it was believed to be a regular hangout for police and politicians. Police arrested more than 120 rioters, most of whom were residents of the North end. According to the mayor, Jack Ford, a number of protesters were wearing gang colors.

The NSM was later granted permission to rally at the Government Center in downtown Toledo on December 10, 2005. The stated purpose of the rally was to protest how the city dealt with the previous planned march. The Ohio State Highway Patrol was responsible for security at the Center.

Approximately 45 people participated in the one-hour rally, separated from 170 observers and counter-protesters by approximately 700 law-enforcement personnel. The assembled police forces - which included local, state, and federal officers - had mounted patrols, armored personnel carriers, and rooftop snipers.

Aggressive policing of the counter-protesters, which included the reported use of police Tasers, resulted in a total of 29 arrests. Unfortunately, three of those arrested were photojournalists covering the event. People entering the rally zone, including members of the media, were subject to searches, and police engaged in videotaping all persons near the rally site for what was termed as "intelligence gathering for future investigations." The majority of arrests occurred in the police controlled observation area; however, several people were arrested near public libraries for violating a court order banning unauthorized protests. None of the national socialist participants in the NSM rally were arrested. A local tattoo parlor that had allegedly been used as a base of operations for the NSM rally was vandalized later that night. The front window was smashed out with a rock marked with the anarchist circle "A" symbol. The owner of the parlor blamed the attack on a group called, The A Project.

What are the 'takeaways' from these events?

Well, at that time and in that location, blacks were infiltrated and co-opted by anarchists and communists. While the event could have been better-planned to varying degrees by both sides, nearly a decade of successful public protest events has been enacted peacefully by the National Socialist Movement. In the meantime, local, state, and federal governments are being more proactive to combat potential usurpations of communities by outside influences with less-stellar records of law enforcement cooperation.

And if anyone does not believe me, start looking at some of the links below before they are taken down. No, it is not as one women from Toledo said at the time. Blacks of Toledo (and around the world) do not need anarchists or communists telling them how to view social discussions and events in their cities and towns!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVp7vlYhn-E

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYef0oSlYnM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nF3aew-iVU

http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/toledo-riot-footage/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C34_2Y7-sGg

I wonder if anything has changed since then in Toledo?

Toledo Riots Were Unjustified

On October 15, 2005, the National Socialist Movement daringly marched into a Toledo, Ohio. The idea was to protest African-American gang activity in the ghettofied North end of the town. The event had been researched weeks before by the organization. The curious sequence events continues, with much of the verbiage from Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2005_Toledo_Riot).

Rather than listening to their problem being pointed out, area blacks rioted for four hours, and triggered a citywide curfew for the remainder of the weekend. It has been since then pointed out that the Anti-Racist Action (an 'anti-fascist' organization with probably ties to communism) motivated the blacks to assemble for the counter-demonstration. Although public awareness events put on by NSM can be as motivational to each side listening as they are colorful spectacles, there was an pre-planned, violent undercurrent brewing.

Since then, it has been reported that he Toledo chapter of the International Socialist Organization, anarchist organizations in the area, and even radical Anti-Racist Action groups from other cities coordinated in the planning of a massive protest aimed at forcing the NSM rally to be canceled. Instead of attending the event with the possibility of engaging in dialogue, the obvious goal was to abridge the national socialists' rights to freedom of speech.

Police were forced to cancel the rally, after it was determined that situation between police and community members escalated. And instead of bowing to the police's gracious turn, the protesters directed aggression against the police in response to their perceptions of past acts of what they saw as random arrests and police brutality. Over 600 community members and the Toledo police force were engaged, and members of the NSM and its supporters were escorted out by police. But even this did not stop the community from its insane, self-directed damaging behaviors.

Eleven police personnel suffered injury, and one paramedic suffered a concussion after a brick smashed through the side window of her vehicle, hitting her in the head. Police, media, and emergency first-responders were targeted, as were stores, a gas station, and a favorite local bar. The bar was targeting for being broken into and set-ablaze, as it was believed to be a regular hangout for police and politicians. Police arrested more than 120 rioters, most of whom were residents of the North end. According to the mayor, Jack Ford, a number of protesters were wearing gang colors.

The NSM was later granted permission to rally at the Government Center in downtown Toledo on December 10, 2005. The stated purpose of the rally was to protest how the city dealt with the previous planned march. The Ohio State Highway Patrol was responsible for security at the Center.

Approximately 45 people participated in the one-hour rally, separated from 170 observers and counter-protesters by approximately 700 law-enforcement personnel. The assembled police forces - which included local, state, and federal officers - had mounted patrols, armored personnel carriers, and rooftop snipers.

Aggressive policing of the counter-protesters, which included the reported use of police Tasers, resulted in a total of 29 arrests. Unfortunately, three of those arrested were photojournalists covering the event. People entering the rally zone, including members of the media, were subject to searches, and police engaged in videotaping all persons near the rally site for what was termed as "intelligence gathering for future investigations." The majority of arrests occurred in the police controlled observation area; however, several people were arrested near public libraries for violating a court order banning unauthorized protests. None of the national socialist participants in the NSM rally were arrested. A local tattoo parlor that had allegedly been used as a base of operations for the NSM rally was vandalized later that night. The front window was smashed out with a rock marked with the anarchist circle "A" symbol. The owner of the parlor blamed the attack on a group called, The A Project.

What are the 'takeaways' from these events?

Well, at that time and in that location, blacks were infiltrated and co-opted by anarchists and communists. While the event could have been better-planned to varying degrees by both sides, nearly a decade of successful public protest events has been enacted peacefully by the National Socialist Movement. In the meantime, local, state, and federal governments are being more proactive to combat potential usurpations of communities by outside influences with less-stellar records of law enforcement cooperation.

And if anyone does not believe me, start looking at some of the links below before they are taken down. No, it is not as one women from Toledo said at the time. Blacks of Toledo (and around the world) do not need anarchists or communists telling them how to view social discussions and events in their cities and towns!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVp7vlYhn-E

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYef0oSlYnM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nF3aew-iVU

http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/toledo-riot-footage/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C34_2Y7-sGg

I wonder if anything has changed since then in Toledo?

Special NSM Weeknd

In this episode of NSM Weekend, Aryan Knight does a remote broadcast from an 'anti' rally in Florida while he is on his way to delivery his campaign signatures. Who knows WHAT'S going to happen!

Show Links:

http://www.talkshoe.com/talkshoe/web/talkCast.jsp?masterId=132038&cmd=tc

AND

http://recordings.talkshoe.com/TC-132038/TS-941731.mp3

NSM – UK

We are The National Socialist Movement UK Unit. Join us in Activism at The City of
Bath, near The City of Bristol, South West England. Saturday 21st February 2015.
We shall commence at 12 noon approx prompt.

For further details email: nsmbritannia88@gmail.com or via my newsaxon profile or see
main site at NSM88.ORG

Disgusting Welfare/Race-mixing queen

The picture in this article really tells the whole story. Its not just that this white woman has 8 kids and lives off the teat of the taxpayer. Its that she has 8, count 'em EIGHT, half-breed children that she expects to be subsidized. Miscegenation should automatically disqualify one from benefits. Completely disgusting.

http://www.youngcons.com/bad-news-welfare-queen-said-40k-per-year-government-wasnt-enough/

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The Advanced White Society

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Henry Kissinger

Quote:
Sen. John McCain earned some applause inside a Senate Armed Services hearing this morning after he erupted at protesters of former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, calling them “low-life scum.”

“I've been a member of this committee for many years, and I have never seen anything as disgraceful and outrageous and despicable as the last demonstration that just took place,” said McCain, R-AZ.

Protesters from the group CodePink swarmed behind Kissinger as he arrived alongside two other former Secretaries of State, Madeleine Albright and George Shultz, for a hearing on U.S. national security strategy.

They held up signs calling Kissinger a criminal and chanted “arrest Henry Kissinger for war crimes” -- citing some of his more controversial decisions during the Nixon and Ford administrations.“You know, you're going to have to shut up, or I'm going to have you arrested,” McCain said as Capitol Hill Police tried to remove the protesters. “Get out of here you low-life scum.”

Kissinger, 91, didn’t acknowledge the protesters, who again interrupted him later in the hearing prior to his opening statement.

“Dr. Kissinger, I hope on behalf of all of the members of this committee on both sides of the aisle -- in fact, from all of my colleagues, I'd like to apologize for allowing such disgraceful behavior towards a man who served his country with the greatest distinction,” McCain said. “I apologize profusely.”

In a statement today following the hearing, McCain further condemned the CodePink protest, saying members of the group "physically threatened" Kissinger to the point that "some senators were concerned enough... that they came down off the dais to support the witnesses."

"With no U.S. Capitol Police intervening, the episode went on for several minutes," McCain said in his statement. "I have spoken to the Chairman of the Senate Rules Committee and the U.S. Capitol Police, and expect that those responsible will be held fully accountable for their actions.”


http://news.yahoo.com/senator-john-mccain-calls-protesters-swarmed-henry-kissinger-185843425.html

How White Racism Affects Blacks

Think you have heard it all? Here is one more thing we whites get blamed for @: http://qz.com/334366/why-black-americans-cant-sleep-at-night-racism/

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