JYT: On A Shadowy Movement

In true SPLC fashion, the JYT has a scare piece written by Michael Wines (ahem) & Stephanie Saul (ahem) titled “White Supremacists Extend Their Reach Through Websites“. On the rag’s main page, the byline tease reads: “A manifesto linked to Dylann Roof, the church massacre suspect, refocuses attention on a shadowy movement that has gotten more sophisticated in the Internet age.”

Oooooh! Spooky!

The article doesn’t cite SPLC (Morris has got to be pissed!) but does cite the other influential, Jewish, ethnocentric, hate group: the Anti-Defamation League.

Most of the article is spent on Don Black and his hugely popular Stormfront.org website, which attracts more than a million hits per month.

The article tries desperately to connect Dylann Roof, the 21 year old who murdered 9 people at a Charleston church, with any aspect of the ‘white supremacist’ movement (Jewish code language for ‘white identitarian’ movement), but fails miserably.

Still, the authorities say, Mr. Roof had clearly embraced their worldview. As investigators comb through the data streams of Mr. Roof’s electronic equipment, a four-page manifesto apparently written by him before the killings offers a virtual road map to modern-day white supremacy. It contains bitter complaints about black crime and immigration, espousing the virtues of segregation and debating the viability of an all-white enclave in the Pacific Northwest.

So…. complaining about black crime or immigration makes one a ‘white supremacist’?

Lip service is paid to the new school of race realist sites and orgs:

Experts dispute the number of movement supporters but agree about its efforts to modernize. While the virulent racism of old can still be found online, the movement today also includes more button-down websites run by white nationalism think tanks with vanity publishing units. Most of the best-known organizations also claim to have disavowed the violence of groups like the Ku Klux Klan.

Richard B. Spencer, the 37-year-old president of the white nationalist National Policy Institute in Whitefish, Mont., embodies this new generation.

He holds a master’s degree from the University of Chicago and studied for a doctorate in history at Duke University. Now he runs an organization that produces papers on issues like racial differences in intelligence and the crime rate among Hispanic immigrants…

Several organizations — the National Policy Institute, American Renaissance, the Charles Martel Society and its website The Occidental Observer — try to take a more highbrow approach, couching white nationalist arguments as academic commentary on black inferiority, the immigration threat to whites and other racial issues.

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