"One of the most polished American racists of recent years is Richard Bertrand Spencer, a 36-year-old Ph.D. program dropout who, in his khakis and oxfords, looks more like some ambitious young Capitol Hill staffer than a white supremacist. Indeed, with a master’s degree from the University of Chicago and a bachelor’s from the University of Virginia, Spencer’s resumé reads a lot like that of a well-heeled, up-and-coming politico."
“Spencer is certainly not the first American professional racist to try to forge ties with his white brothers and sisters abroad. William Pierce, the late founder of the neo-Nazi National Alliance, once wooed the racist German National Democratic Party and Greece’s rabidly anti-immigrant and anti-Semitic Golden Dawn group. Pierce even spoke at those organizations’ events in the late 1990s. Although there was much talk at the time of a “pan-Aryan” international white supremacist movement, cooperation beyond these ties was minimal.
But others, too, have traveled to overseas extremist events. Jared Taylor, who edits the white nationalist journal American Renaissance, once spoke to the French National Front (NF) and his annual conferences have featured prominent figures in the European radical right including Bruno Gollnisch, at one time the second-in-command of the NF, and Nick Griffin, leader of the racist British National Party. Gordon Baum, the leader of the Missouri-based white supremacist Council of Conservative Citizens, also once spoke to the FN.
But none has managed to co-sponsor an event with a party that has won as many votes as Jobbik. How has a young Ph.D. dropout in a remote Montana town come to be the key American racist building a transnational alliance?”
By Heidi Beirich on September 29, 2014 - 10:01 am, Posted in Anti-Immigrant, Anti-Muslim, Anti-Semitic, Europe,White Nationalism
Sellers ran for the 6th Congressional District, once in 1996 and again in 2010. In a YouTube video he says his most proud moment is the successful defense of the Saha farm against the City of Coatesville.
“Anonymous July 20, 2014 at 12:58 AMThis horrible man now lives in KY where he has terrorized my family since he was released in 2012. My husband died last year due to the stress. Local police do nothing.”
Klansman faces sentencing on weapons, bomb charges
By GINA ZOTTI
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"Residents may not have noticed them, but they were here when they set off pipe bombs, test-fired machine guns and taught bomb-making classes.
They blended right in.
"They look like us. They sound like us. They are us," said Assistant U.S. Attorney Thomas P. Hogan Jr., assigned to coordinate investigations and prosecute cases with the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force."