White supremacy

Community Service seems a little light. I think public shaming is in order

What sort of a ratbag defaces a Cenotaph.

Community Service is pathetic, I’d go medieval on a scumbag like this.

Hamilton man who holds white supremacist views has been sentenced to community service and supervision for desecrating the cenotaph in the city with anti-Jewish slogans and swastikas.

The cenotaph at Memorial Park, Hamilton

The graffiti was stencilled and painted on the cenotaph in Memorial Park in February just hours before a service to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day.   Read more »

Photo Of The Day

Photo Of The Day

Before it was synonymous with hippies, peace and love, one infamous VW Combi van was riding across America to brazenly spread a message of hate. Pictured at a gas station in 1961 by LIFE photographer Joe Scherschelthe iconic vintage vehicle suddenly loses its charm … Lincoln Rockwell is pictured above, third from the left, amongst this sad group of men.

Before it was synonymous with hippies, peace and love, one infamous VW Combi van was riding across America to brazenly spread a message of hate. Pictured at a gas station in 1961 by LIFE photographer Joe Scherschelthe iconic vintage vehicle suddenly loses its charm …
Lincoln Rockwell is pictured above, third from the left, amongst this sad group of men.

Riding the Hate Bus, 1961

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Join the right Right Wing Resistance!

Sound about right?  Feel that’s about where we are at, as a group of people?  On the right, ready to resist something?

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Well, that’s where labels really show how useless they are.   The white supremacists are trying out some better PR techniques, with the help of a compliant media, of course.

Right Wing Resistance, led by former New Zealand National Front director Kyle Chapman, has posted notes on vehicles in the Waimataitai area.

Chapman’s group gained attention in Timaru in 2011 when pamphlets were posted in mail boxes around Waimataitai urging people to “Stop The Asian Invasion” and “Join the Resistance”.   Read more »

Suffer in ya jocks

The KKK can suffer in it’s jocks:

After a lengthy legal battle between a black South Carolina church and members of the Ku Klux Klan, a judge has ruled that the church owns a building where KKK robes and T-shirts are sold.

A circuit judge ruled last month that New Beginnings Baptist Church is the rightful owner of the building that houses the Redneck Shop, which operates a so-called Klan museum and sells Klan robes and T-shirts emblazoned with racial slurs. The judge ordered the shop’s proprietor to pay the church’s legal bills of more than US$3300 (NZ$4177).

Since 1996, the Redneck Shop has operated in an old movie theatre in Laurens, a city about 112km northwest of Columbia that was named after 18th century slave trader Henry Laurens.

Ownership of the building was transferred in 1997 to the Reverend David Kennedy and his church, New Beginnings, by a Klansman fighting with others inside the hate group, according to court records. That man, according to Kennedy, was feuding with store proprietor John Howard over a woman and “developed a spiritual relationship” with Kennedy’s church, the judge wrote.

But a clause in the deed entitles Howard, formerly KKK grand dragon for the Carolinas, to operate his business in the building until he dies.

After years of trying to have the property inspected, Kennedy and New Beginnings sued Howard and others in 2008. On December 9, a judge ruled in Kennedy’s favour.