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"turner diaries" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

06:32 min | Last month

"turner diaries" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"He'd be indicted on those counts after the trial. Nearly two years after the bombing on April twenty, four, th nineteen, ninety-seven. McVeigh's trial began. The prosecution called one hundred, thirty seven witnesses to testify including Michael and Lori Fortier and McVeigh Sister Jennifer. The prosecution said McVeigh's anti-government is. was his primary motivation for the bombing. His pages of the Turner Diaries, his hateful pamphlets and bumper stickers were all used as evidence. On. The other side, Steven Jones led McVeigh's defense team the fifty five year old Oklahoma native was no stranger to high-profile political cases. But mcvayn Jones had a strange relationship from the start. mcvay wanted him to use the necessity defense arguing that the bombing was necessary to prevent more harm. McVeigh believed that the government posed an imminent threat to gun owners as evidenced by Waco and Ruby Ridge. His bombing prevented any further federal action. Jones rejected the idea because he couldn't prove McVeigh had faced any imminent danger from the government. But McVeigh kept pushing for it because he could use it as a platform to spread his rhetoric. He even told his lawyers that he was willing to testify in court admit to the bombing and say, this was a necessity. Jones held firm on his decision to keep McVeigh's politics out of court. Instead the defense played into the initial fears that foreign terrorists had committed the Oklahoma City bombing. He argued that the blast wasn't only executed by McVeigh. It was sponsored by Iraqi terrorists. The jury didn't buy it almost two months later on June second nineteen ninety-seven, they found McVeigh guilty on all counts he was sentenced to death by lethal injection is would be the first federal execution since one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, three. After, a series of failed appeals, McVeigh's execution was finally set for May. Sixteenth two thousand one. The, thirty-three-year-old dropped any remaining appeals saying he'd rather die than stay in prison according to a fellow inmate in the months before his execution McVeigh starved himself. So he looked like a quote concentration camp victim. He wanted to be seen as a martyr for anti-government and white supremacist groups. But one thing derailed McVeigh's plan. Five days before the execution date on May eleventh the FBI found over four thousand missing documents from his case. The IT neglected to show them to Jones before the trial. As. A result, the attorney general delayed McVeigh's lethal injection by one month. This gave the defense team time to look through the documents although it seemed unlikely, they would find any useful new evidence. McVeigh. was hopeful though we had a feeling the government had withheld evidence in his case, but he surprised the FBI, actually admitted it. He figured the bureaucratic error would buy him at least sixty more days alive. He was wrong on June sixth a federal judge ruled that the release documents didn't change the verdict. There'd be no more appeals no more delays. McVeigh's death was finally set for June. Eleventh two, thousand, one at seven am. mcvay prepared for his desk by writing letters to newspapers using his infamy to spread his rhetoric one last time. In one letter published by the Buffalo. News mcvay apologized for the bombing sort of he wrote quote. I am sorry these people had to lose their lives, but that's the nature of the beast it's understood going in with the human toll will be. June tenth was mixed vase last full day alive. He spent it napping eating ice cream in watching CNN. He smiled at the news coverage about his demise. In the early hours of the next morning, he turned off the TV and became restless. He tossed and turned in bed, then paste in his cell. At Six am guards lead mcvay to the execution chamber. Before he was strapped into the Gurney he hindered a piece of paper to the warden. On it he had transcribed William, earnest Henley's poem invictus. The last verse ends with the Lines I in the master of my fate. I. In the captain of my soul. As the execution got underway mcvay didn't say a word in communicated primarily by nodding his head. Survivors of the bombing and family members of the victims closely watched his final minutes. Ten of them attended in person while two hundred and thirty two watched by a clue circuit TV feed in Oklahoma City at around seven ten am a doctor injected a fatal dose of chemicals through a catheter in McVeigh's right leg. The medication collapsed his lungs than stopped his heart. McVeigh remains STOIC has the chemicals flooded his bloodstream. He stared at the journalists and the survivors in victims family members. He looked up at the ceiling. Gulping for several breaths. Then he stopped Timothy McVeigh was pronounced dead at seven fourteen A. M. The man responsible for the Oklahoma City bombing was gone. But sadly, his hate lived on and lead to more deaths. Thanks for tuning into conspiracy theories will be back Wednesday with.

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"turner diaries" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:28 min | Last month

"turner diaries" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hung out with everyone. I enjoyed myself. I was I was pretty left leaning almost annoyingly. So. So Sam was really close with her maternal grandmother, who was German and who actually had grown up in the thirties in Germany and was part of Hitler Youth. So obviously Sam. I knew that that was horrifying. And yet as horrifying is that part of her history was she still wanted some way to connect with her German heritage. You know, I have a very broad jaw and I have a very serious face when I'm not interacting with people. And I would put my excuse for everything was always you know, I'm Stoick because I'm German. You know in this because I'm German. Everything was always because I'm German. So she she finishes high school. She doesn't go to college. She starts working in service jobs, mostly in bars and cafes and Now in my conversations with Sam, we've called him, Richie, but that's not his real name. So she meets Richie. And immediately this becomes the kind of relationship where it just feels like a really deep instant connection. I mean, he I've really felt like he loved me and I felt like I belonged with him. And there was never any need to think that I needed to talk politics with him. There was never Like we took a day off and drove to Atlanta to see Andrew Jackson Jihad, you know, which is a very like a folk punk left leaning like very like almost anarchist band. We love neutral Milk Hotel, which one of the albums is about like the Holocaust? Yeah, they're their second album has songs from the perspective of a reincarnated and frank Yeah, We think that somebody who loves that album is not goingto become a Holocaust denier. Everything that we loved together was just strange and different. And he had never said anything, at least for the first year that we were together that Gave me pause. That first Richie's this really fun life of the party kind of guy really outgoing. Knows how to play. Music knows how to cook really well knows how to dance. And then over time he starts changing. He had kind of buckled down a little bit. It was going to bed earlier. He was playing a lot of chess reading a lot of Dostoevsky, which is fine. All those hobbies were fine, but You know? With his this darker personality, and he like almost spoke in a lower register. Sometimes when he was serious, he was much more unwilling to accept me making any mistakes. He just kept calling me a race, traitor or race. Later, which I had? No, I had no idea what that meant. And then he just kept saying that he couldn't defend me on the day. They're up any time that I did anything. It was always saying I love you, but I can't defend you on the day of the rope. Can you explain what the day of the rope is? Um The day of the rope. Is a day. That was written about in this book called The Turner Diaries on DH. What it says, is that its they also called like White Utopia or something like that, But it's where all his gender heteronormative You know, fully abled white people find all people that don't fit that very narrow description and drive them out of their houses and hang them on lamp posts. So he was saying he couldn't Save you Should this? Yeah, because I was a degenerate because I liked to party because I was friends.

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"turner diaries" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

04:05 min | 3 months ago

"turner diaries" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

"Split Between President Taft and Teddy, Roosevelt and after Taft was nominated Roosevelt split off and formed the Progressive Party also known as the Bull Moose. Party we could certainly could've done an episode of not I will say we're starting to get into convention season and contested convention season. We will have lots of those kinds of moments coming up. Up at the nineteen. eighty-four Alan Burg was killed in his driveway. Tell us who Allen Berg was, and why he how he fits into American political history sheriff, Allen Berg was a Jewish radio show host, and he was murdered because he was Jewish and he was murdered by white power activists who were inspired by a book called the Turner Diaries, which is sort of the Bible of the white. Power Movement was written. Written in the nineteen seventies, and actually was the inspiration for the Oklahoma, city bombing as well all right, so those things happen on this day as did many other things, and this is my chance to point out that social media. They pod both on instagram and twitter. We several times a day mentioned other interesting tidbits that happened throughout the they so subscribe anyway Nikki Hammer. Thank you as always great to be here. Here Jodi all right This Day in Esoteric, political history is a proud member of radio topiary from PR ex. You.

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"turner diaries" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"turner diaries" Discussed on Reveal

"Bundy's standoffs <hes> a lot of the anti-government movement suddenly loves loves the government under trump which kind of is is counterintuitive right like the anti-government movement is suddenly pro government because trump is talking about things that they care about deeply things like anti immigration issues anti-muslim issues and trump is this kind of anti-government president so retribution for guys like bill keebler is seeing the extremes of those things coming true finally coming to fruition so a country with no immigrants no more islam no more tolerance of anyone wight christian people. I mean the two things the idea that these these groups are anti-government and the fact that suddenly they are pro government under trump is not surprising to me at all because i think the underpinning of both of these things <unk> are white supremacy. How does that play out in anti-government movements. There's this kind of coded language of of racism and bigotry that that drives the groups and in that that you can hear under a lot of what they say so yeah it's not it's not really surprising that after years of being mostly dormant a lot of these anti-government groups had a big resurgence under the first black president under president obama so you can see evidence of the way white supremacy rides along with all of these anti-government anti-government flash points in the last thirty years so like randy weaver the guy who is at the center of the ruby ridge standoff. He was known to hang out at the area nations compound compound in north idaho. <hes> the oklahoma city bomber timothy mcveigh was inspired by a novel called the turner diaries which sort of envisions this <hes> <hes> future dominated by a race war. So what does he have a what people like bill keebler will be doing between now and the presidential election next year i i think bill keebler specifically focused on getting off probation kind of disappearing into the woods. I guess if he could <hes> said he wanted to move out of utah where he feels like the federal government is watching him. He's left social media and not kind of thing but he's still occasionally talks about conspiracies pro-trump messages ages. He's very excited about some of the racist comments that that president trump has been saying as of late so you kind of see a an individual like him him as really an getting excited about trumpet also getting excited about these anti democrat anti liberal conspiracies that that spread like wildfire on on the internet. Why does the government have such a hard time. Stopping these kind of domestic groups and i'm thinking that you know when we look at this. We're primarily talking about white. Supremacists premesis and the government doesn't seem to have a problem tackling other types of terrorism. Why does the government seemed to have such a hard time stopping shopping these groups with violent tendencies. I think it's about priorities. After nine eleven there is a major shift towards focusing on cracking down on international terrorism awesome and it took the focus off of domestic anti-government groups that saw such a resurgence during the nineteen nineties so. I think that your question is right on and what's changed now to stop them. So what else do you uncover in the rest of the season of bundy ville. I answered all kinds of questions. One of those is that i looked at how the anti-government movement recruits other people to do violence and who stands to benefit from that violence so those questions took me all around the american west a- actually led me to a really secretive religious community that i long heard about up in eastern washington that is thought of as this real patriot friendly place yes and i think could be thought of as something of an origin point for a lot of the ideas that the western anti-government movement is excited about liza tilly. Thank you so much coach thank you. We want to thank the whole team of bundy ville for their help..

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"turner diaries" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"turner diaries" Discussed on KCRW

"Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. The mass shooter in Christ's church. New Zealand last month wrote the number fourteen on his gun a reference to a fourteen word phrase, that's popular among white nationalist about securing a future for white children. The phrase was coined by terror group known as the order, which took its name from a book of fiction called the Turner diaries NPR's. Andrew Limbaugh reports on why that book continues to have such a lasting effect. The Turner diaries is a piece of fiction that ends in a nuclear war after which all non white are killed. It was written by a man named William Luther Pierce Pierce. It come out of the Neo Nazi movements of the sixties and early seventies. That's jammed burger he said, he's extremism of all types at Swansea. University School of law and has published a paper about the Turner dies for the international center for counter-terrorism Berger says Pierce wanted to broaden the appeal of white nationalism the ostentatious display of Nazi personnel. For instance, was counterproductive and made it harder to recruit ordinary people. His goal was to radicalize ordinary white people. Here's how the book opens with. Cabal of Jews and black people who disarm white Americans take away their guns. So that they can't resist the government. So peers appeal to those who fear gun control as well as minorities. What follows is a description of a long guerrilla campaign and battled back and forth with this minority. Government told through the diaries of a man named Earl Turner, Janet Wilson teaches postcolonial literature at the university of Northampton. She's written about the language used in the Turner diaries. She says there's a powerful effect to have this story be told specifically through fictional diary entries. Well, a diary gives immediacy as the first person point of view. Always does that with the diary. You have reflections. You're not with Turner when he commits various acts of horrendous violence, you're with him as he processes rationalize and justifies them. You feel struggle. You don't feel sympathetic particularly tools this person yet you recognize that he's in a cools. The main fear in the book. Is demographic change particularly through race mixing. There's one chapter devoted to hanging. Thousands of white people mostly women for being in relationships with a non white person Turner notes in his fictional diaries that this was quote, a grim and bloody day, but an unavoidable won the violence, how they systematically rate houses and pick who lives and who dies is plainly laid out in instructional detail, but the ideology is more broad says Jan burger to appeal to different branches of white nationalism religious atheist pagan so that you can kind of come through it and bring your own the again and take away a plan of action burgers researched lists a number of terrorists who have been inspired by Turner diaries, including the Oklahoma City bomber. And he says the novels influence only grown as text became widely available and disgust online, including the same message board where the Christ Church shooter I announced his plans and burgers says the book's influence will continue online in part because we treat it differently from other extremists content. For example, ISIS there was nobody who was going to go out and argue that ISIS had a right to free speech. There's nobody is gonna complain about ISIS content being taken down off the internet. Whereas white nationalism is much more ingrained in our societies. And our governments to the point that, you know, we have elected officials who are almost openly white nationalists in this country. In European countries. We have hold governments that are toward white nationalism. The Turner diaries ends with Earl Turner martyring himself for the cause of white nationalism. The fictional books is one of the most important sacks of white extremist propaganda. And it will likely continue to be a useful recruiting tool. Andrew Lombok NPR news. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Cheri Glazer. And you are listening to KCRW here. This is Steven w from freakonomics radio. We'll be teaming up with KCRW for alive show right here on Saturday may eighteenth at the theater at the hotel freakonomics radio live is journalism wrapped in a sort of game show. Never know what you might learn from our guests. So the dairy lobby was vicious..

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"turner diaries" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"turner diaries" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Screen sharing zoom dot US. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. The mass shooter. In Christ's church. New Zealand last month wrote the number fourteen on his gun a reference to a fourteen word phrase, that's popular among white nationalists about securing future for white children. The phrase was coined by terror group known as the order, which took its name from a book of fiction called the Turner diaries. And Cassandra Limbaugh reports on why that book continues to have such a lasting effect. The Turner diaries is a piece of dystopia fiction that ends in a nuclear war after which all non white are killed. It was written by man named William Luther Pierce Pierce. It come out of the Neo Nazi movements of the sixties and early seventies. That's jammed burger he said, he's extremism of all types at Swansea. University School of law and has published a paper about the Turner diaries for the international center for counter-terrorism Berger says Pierce wanted to broaden the appeal of white nationalism. The ostentatious display of Nazi perfect, for instance, was counterproductive and they'd harder to recruit ordinary people. His goal. Was to radicalize ordinary white people. Here's how the book opens with of all of Doosan black people who disarm white Americans take away their guns. So that they can't resist government Sapir appeal to those who fear gun control as well as minorities. What follows is a description of a long guerrilla campaign and battled back and forth with this minority. Government told through the diaries of a man named Earl Turner, Janet Wilson teaches postcolonial literature at the university of Northampton. She's written about the language used in the Turner diaries. She says there's a powerful effect to have this story be told specifically through fictional diary entries. Well, a diary gives immediacy as the first person point of view, always does. But with the diary you have reflections. You're not with Turner when he commits various acts of horrendous violence, you're with him as he processes rationalize and justifies them. You feel a struggle. You don't feel sympathetic particularly tools. Person yet you recognize that he's in a cools. The main fear in the book is demographic change particularly through race mixing. There's one chapter devoted to hanging. Thousands of white people mostly women for being in relationships with a non white person Turner notes in his fictional diaries that this was quote, a grim and bloody day, but an unavoidable won the violence had they systematically rate houses and pick who lives and who dies is plainly laid out in instructional detail, but the ideology is more broad says jam burger to appeal to different branches of white nationalism religious atheist pagan so that you can kind of come through it and bring your own ideology and take away a plan of action burgers researched with a number of terrorists who have been inspired by Turner diaries, including the Oklahoma City bomber. And he says the novels influences only grown as the text became widely available and disgust online, including the same message board where the Christ Church shooter first announced his plans and Berger says the book's influence. Will continue online in part because we treat it differently from other extremist content, for example, ISIS there was nobody who was going to go out and argue that ISIS had a right to free speech. There's nobody's gonna complain about ISIS content being taken down off the internet. Whereas white nationalism is much more ingrained in our societies. And our governments to the point that, you know, we have elected officials who are almost openly white nationalist in this country. European countries. We have hold governments that are oriented towards white nationalism. The Turner diaries ends with Earl Turner martyring himself ready cause of white nationalism. The fictional books is one of the most important tax white extremist propaganda, and it will likely continue.

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"turner diaries" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"turner diaries" Discussed on KCRW

"Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. The mass shooter in Christ's church. New Zealand last month wrote the number fourteen on his gun a reference to a fourteen word phrase, that's popular among white nationalists about securing a future for white children. The phrase was coined by terror group known as the order, which took its name from a book of fiction called the Turner diaries NPR's. Andrew Limbaugh reports on why that book continues to have such a lasting effect. The Turner diaries is a piece of fiction that ends in a nuclear war after which all non white are killed. It was written by a man named William Luther Pierce Pierce. It come out of the Neo Nazi movements of the sixties and early seventies. That's jammed burger he said, he's extremism of all types at Swansea. University School of law and has published a paper about the Turner diaries for the international center for counterterrorism Berger says Pierce wanted to broaden the appeal of white nationalism. The ostentatious display of Nazi perfect, for instance, was counterproductive and made it harder to recruit ordinary people. His goal was to radicalize ordinary white people. Here's how the book opens with. Kabbalah of Jews and black people who disarm white Americans take away their guns. So that they can't resist government so Pierce appeal to those who fear gun control as well as minorities. What follows is a description of a long guerrilla campaign and battled back and forth with this minority. Government told through the diaries of a man named Earl Turner, Janet Wilson teaches postcolonial literature at the university of Northampton. She's written about the language used in the Turner diaries. She says there's a powerful effect to have this story told specifically through fictional diary entries. Well, a diary gives immediacy as the first person point of view. Always does that with the diary. You have reflections. You're not with Turner when he commits various acts of horrendous violence, you're with him as he processes rationalize and justifies them. You feel the struggle. You don't feel sympathetic particularly tools this person yet you recognize that he's in a cools. The main fear in the book is. Demographic change particularly through race mixing there's one chapter devoted to hanging. Thousands of white people mostly women for being in relationships with a non white person Turner notes in his fictional diaries that this was quote, a grim and bloody day, but an unavoidable won the violence, how they systematically rate houses and pick who lives and who dies is plainly laid out in instructional detail, but the ideology is more broad says jam burger to appeal to different branches of white nationalism religious atheist pagan so that you can kind of come through it and bring your own ideologue again and take away a plan of action burgers, researched was a number of terrorists who have been inspired by Turner diaries, including the Oklahoma City bomber. And he says the novels influence is only grown as the text became widely available and disgust online, including the same message board where the Christ Church shooter I announced his plans and burgers says the book's influence will continue online in part because we treat it differently from other extremists content. For example, ISIS there was nobody who was going to go out and argue that ISIS had a right to free speech. There's nobody's gonna complain about ISIS content being taken down off the internet. Whereas white nationalism is much more ingrained in our societies. And our governments to the point that, you know, we have elected officials who are almost openly white nationalist in this country. In European countries. We have hold governments that are oriented toward white nationalism. The Turner diaries ends with Earl Turner martyring himself ready cause of white nationalism. The fictional books is one of the most important sacks of white extremist propaganda. And it will likely continue to be a useful recruiting tool. Andrew Lombok NPR news. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Cheri Glazer. And you are listening to KCRW. This is Steven w from freakonomics radio. We'll be teaming up with KCRW for a live show right here on Saturday may eighteenth at the theater at the hotel freakonomics radio live is journalism wrapped in a sort of game show. Never know what you might learn from our guests to the dairy lobby was vicious. They made it mandatory.

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"turner diaries" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"turner diaries" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We'll follow morning edition with that forum. And then at eleven as you heard we'll bring you the here and now program the time now is fifteen minutes before six it's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. The mass shooter in Christ's church. New Zealand last month wrote the number fourteen on his gun a reference to a fourteen word phrase, that's popular among white nationalists about securing a future for white children. The phrase was coined by terror group known as the order, which took its name from a book of fiction called the Turner diaries and pears Andrew Limbaugh reports on why that book continues to have such a lasting effect. The Turner diaries is a piece of fiction that ends in a nuclear war after which all non white are killed. It was written by a man named William Luther Pierce Pierce had come out of the Neo Nazi movements of the sixties and early seventies. That's jammed burger he said, he's extremism of all types as a University School of law. Law and has published a paper about the Turner diaries for the international center for counter-terrorism Berger says Pierce wanted to broaden the appeal of white nationalism, the ostentatious display of Nazi personnel. For instance, was counterproductive and made it harder to recruit ordinary people. His goal was to radicalize ordinary white people. Here's how the book opens with KOMO of fusing black people who disarm white Americans take away their own. So that they can't resist government. So peers appeal to those who fear gun control as well as minorities. What follows is a description of a long guerrilla campaign and battled back and forth with this minority. Government told through the diaries of a man named Earl Turner, Janet Wilson teaches postcolonial literature at the university of Northampton. She's written about the language used in the Turner diaries. She says there's a powerful effect had this story be told specifically through fictional diary entries. Well, diary gives immediacy as the first person point. Have you always does that with the diary? You have reflections. You're not with Turner when he commits various acts of horrendous violence, you're with him as he processes rationalize and justifies them. You feel a struggle. You don't feel sympathetic particularly tools this person yet you recognize that he's in 'cause the main fear in the book is demographic change particularly through race mixing. There's one chapter devoted to hanging. Thousands of white people mostly women for being in relationships with a non white person Turner notes in his fictional diaries that this was quote, a grim and bloody day, but an unavoidable won the violence, how they systematically rate houses and pick who lives and who dies is plainly laid out in instructional detail, but the ideology is more broad says jam burger to appeal to different branches of white nationalism religious atheist pagan so that you can kind of come through it and bring your own ideology again and take away a plan of action. Burgers, research was a number of terrorists who have been inspired by Turner diaries, including the Oklahoma City bomber..

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"turner diaries" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"turner diaries" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. The mass shooter in Christ's church. New Zealand last month wrote the number fourteen on his gun a reference to a fourteen word phrase, that's popular among white nationalists about securing a future for white children. The phrase was coined by terror group known as the order, which took its name from a book of fiction called the Turner diaries NPR's. Andrew Limbaugh reports on why that book continues to have such a lasting effect. The Turner diaries is a piece of disturbing fiction that ends in a nuclear war after which all non white are killed. It was written by a man named William Luther Pierce come out of the Neo Nazi movements of the sixties and early seventies. That's damn burger. He said he's extremism of all types at Swansea. University School of law and has published a paper about the Turner diaries for the international center for counter-terrorism Berger says Pierce wanted to broaden the appeal of white nationalism. The. Ostentatious display of Nazi perfect, for instance, was counterproductive and made it harder to recruit ordinary people. His goal was to radicalize ordinary white people. Here's how the book opens with. Cabal of Jews and black people who disarm white Americans take away their own. So that they can't resist government so Pierce appeal to those who fear gun control as well as minorities. What follows description of a long guerrilla campaign and battled back and forth with this minority. Government told through the diaries of a man named Earl Turner, Janet Wilson teaches postcolonial literature at the university of Northampton. She's written about the language used in the Turner diaries. She says there's a powerful effect to have this story be told specifically through fictional diary entries. Well, a diary gives immediacy as the first person point of view. Always does that with the diary. You have reflections. You're not with Turner when he commits various acts of horrendous violence, you're with him as he processes rationalize and justifies them. You feel the struggle. You don't feel sympathetic particularly tools this person yet you recognize that he's in a cools. The main fear in the book is. Is demographic change particularly through race mixing. There's one chapter devoted to hanging. Thousands of white people mostly women for being in relationships with a non white person Turner notes in his fictional diaries that this was quote, a grim and bloody day, but none of wiggle won the violence, how they systematically rate houses and pick who lives and who dies is plainly laid out in instructional detail, but the ideology is more broad says jam burger to appeal to different branches of white nationalism religious atheist pagan so that you can kind of come through it and bring your own ideology and take away a plan of action burgers research was a number of terrorists who have been inspired by Turner diaries, including the Oklahoma City bomber. And he says the novels influences only grown as the text became widely available and disgust online, including the same message board where the Christ Church shooter first announced his plans and burgers says the book's influence will continue online in part because we treat it differently from other extremist content. For example, ISIS there was nobody who is going to go out and argue that ISIS had a right to free speech. There's nobody's gonna complain about ISIS content being taken off the internet. Whereas white nationalism is much more ingrained in our societies in our governments to the point that, you know, we have elected officials who are almost openly white nationalist in this country. In European countries. We have hold governments that are oriented toward boy nationalism. The Turner diaries ends with Earl Turner martyring himself for the cause of white nationalism. The fictional books is one of the most important sacks of white extremist propaganda. And it will likely continue to be a useful recruiting tool. Andrew limbaugh. NPR news. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Richard Hake on WNYC in New York coming up on morning edition for years in Miami, Florida, the Venezuelan community has shipped all sorts of goods to those in need back home within lots of medical equipment, but also personal belongings. But now with Venezuela in crisis getting those packages delivered as much more difficult. We'll have much more on this coming up in just about fifteen minutes. We have delays right now. In nj transit, north jersey coast Morris, and Essex and main Bergen service lines. Also, there's some delays on the Long Island.

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"turner diaries" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"turner diaries" Discussed on KCRW

"Morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. The mass shooter in Christ's church. New Zealand last month wrote the number fourteen on his gun a reference to a fourteen word phrase, that's popular among white nationalists about securing a future for white children. The phrase was coined by terror group known as the order, which took its name from a book of fiction called the Turner diaries NPR's. Sandra Limbaugh reports on why that book continues to have such a lasting effect. The Turner diaries is a piece of fiction that ends in a nuclear war after which all non white are killed. It was written by men named William Luther Pierce Pierce. It come out of the Neo Nazi movements of the sixties and early seventies. That's jammed burger he said, he's extremism of all types at Swansea. University School of law and has published a paper about the Turner diaries for the international center for counter-terrorism Berger says Pierce wanted to broaden the appeal of white nationalism. The ostentatious display. Nazi perfectly, for instance, was counterproductive and made it harder to recruit ordinary people. His goal was to radicalize ordinary white people. Here's how the book opens with cabal of Jews and black people who disarm white Americans take away their guns. So that they can't resist the government. So peers appeal to those who fear gun control as well as minorities. What follows is a description of a long guerrilla campaign and battle back and forth with this minority. Government told through the diaries of a man named Earl Turner, Janet Wilson teaches postcolonial literature at the university of Northampton. She's written about the language used in the Turner diaries. She says there's a powerful effect to have this story be told specifically through fictional diary entries. Well, a diary gives immediacy as the first person point of view. Always does that with the diary. You have reflections. You're not with Turner when he commits various acts of horrendous violence, you're with him as he processes. Rationalize and justifies them. You feel the struggle. You don't feel sympathetic particularly tools this person yet you recognize that he's in a cools. The main fear in the book is demographic change particularly through race mixing. There's one chapter devoted to hanging. Thousands of white people mostly women for being in relationships with a non white person Turner notes in his fictional diaries that this was quote, a grim and bloody day, but an unavoidable won the violence, how they systematically rate houses and pick who lives and who dies is plainly laid out in instructional detail, but the ideology is more broad says Jan burger to appeal to different branches of white nationalism religious atheist pagan so that you can kind of come through it and bring your own again and take away a plan of action burgers researched lists a number of terrorists who have been inspired by the Turner diaries, including the Oklahoma City bomber. And he says the novels influence is only grown as the text became widely available and discuss. Just online, including the same message board where the Christ Church shooter first announced his plans and burgers says the book's influence will continue online in part because we treat it differently from other extremists content, for example, ISIS there was nobody who was going to go out and argue that ISIS had a right to free speech. There's nobody's gonna complain about ISIS content being taken down off the internet. Whereas white nationalism is much more ingrained in our societies in our governments to the point that, you know, we have elected officials who are almost openly white nationalist in this country. In European countries. We have hold governments that are toward white nationalism. The Turner diaries ends with Earl Turner martyring himself for the cause of white nationalism. The fiction books is one of the most important sacks of white extremist propaganda. And.

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"turner diaries" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"turner diaries" Discussed on Skullduggery

"It was a crime so shocking. So unimaginable that it left much of the country speechless early on the morning of April nineteen nineteen ninety-five a disgruntled US army that named Timothy McVeigh filled with hatred for minorities and resentment of the country's leaders set off a massive truck bomb outside. The Alfred e Maura federal office building in Oklahoma City, killing one hundred sixty eight injuring more than six hundred eighty of us nineteen of the dead were children, most of whom including four infants were attending a daycare center for the federal a workers inside the building in the days that followed reporters and editors at Newsweek magazine were among the first to notice that this crime up to that moment. The worst act of domestic terrorism in the country's history Bora chilling resemblance to one that was graphically detailed years earlier. In a lurid underground novel called the Turner died. Series written under a pseudonym by an eccentric. Former physics professor and Neo Nazi named William Pierce. The book had become a near bible for white supremacists. Than anti-semites. It described a race war that tears the country asunder triggered by an effort orchestrated by Jews, of course, to take the guns away from law abiding Americans in response white Christian patriots fight back and set off a truck bomb outside the F B I building in Washington as soon as I heard what happened in Oklahoma City. I just had this gut reaction one student of the paramilitary right told Newsweek it straight out of the Turner diaries. The Newsweek story proved prophetic it was soon learned that inside McVeigh's escape. Gar was an envelope. Containing excerpts from the Turner diaries. It was graphic evidence of how lurid racist and antisemitic writings can inspire horrific hate crimes lesson. Well worth remember. In the aftermath of the slaughter inside. Pittsburgh's tree of life synagogue. It's our subject on this episode of buried treasure. I'm Michael Isikoff. Chief investigative correspondent for Yahoo news. And I'm Dan CLYDE and chief of Yahoo news. You know, Danny I still vividly. Remember our reporting right after the Oklahoma City bombing and becoming aware for the first time of this obscene, novel, call the Turner diaries and reading it. It's sort of, you know, the the imagery of African Americans right out of scenes from birth of a nation. The imagery of Jews as conspiring orchestrating all this behind the lines. And some of the details that we laid out in that story in all begins with something called the Cohen act. A law passed by a Jewish member of congress to eliminate private ownership of firearms and then jack-booted federal agents going door to door season. Weapons from law abiding Americans and then white Christian patriots. Go underground to fight back. And then end up bombing. The j Edgar Hoover building the FBI building in Washington DC seven hundred people die. This is in this in this novel and one of the terrorists calls up the Washington Post taking credit saying white America shall with. And you know, it's been awhile since I've thought about it. But hearing about what's place, the treeline synagogue last Saturday, and the screens of Robert Bowers on his social media accounts talking about how Jews must die and he's going to save the country from some Jewish conspiracy to bring immigrants in it did immediately bring back those showing words from the Turner diaries. Yeah. There are just Erie. And disgusting parallels. That we see between happened back when Oklahoma City took place in Robert powers now, and it is part of this dark cycle of American history that you know, despite the progress, which is undeniable on there still these deep strains in this country of racial hatred and anti-semitism and the historian Richard Hostetter wrote in a famous essay nine hundred sixty four the paranoids style of American politics. These kinds of vile conspiracy theories about our fellow Americans always lurking beneath the surface, and then for whatever reason from time to time they bubble up. And I think we're seeing another one of these bubbling ups, and it's very scary stuff. There's some really we talked about some really important parallels here, but they're also a lot of differences. You talked about the the Turner diaries that book being passed around. And you can imagine some dog eared copy of the Turner diaries being pass around two members of these area and white supremacist Neo Nazi groups. Look you go on the internet now. And there is the equivalent of the Turner diaries everywhere, you look, and so the proliferation of these kinds of us, and the the kind of echo chamber of the.

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"turner diaries" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"turner diaries" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

"Supernanny you're into porn, right? It's it's a gateway to gateway porn. For to hint. I right after that is what's hint. I I don't know. You said that real confidently like you had some nice. I honestly don't know what that his. Some some fortune. How do you spell that? TNT hint tie. I think it's H E N T A I outside of Japan hint is an and named no pornography. Okay. So it's it's an enemy porn is. What anti is? Okay. Good. I'm glad to know that now. Oh, yeah. I know I know to avoid the separate of anti. Avoid the stuff is don't Google this. This is rough and tough look tough look for my guy. Lance on this one. Yeah. Interesting. Jeez. Anime? Yeah. These cookies you're going to the NSA is going to come to your door tomorrow questions. Have I told the story about the time? I was texting with Andrew's brother about something. No, okay. So Andreas brother is is a great guy. He's a he's a corporate attorney. He's a patent law. Attorney in Dallas has got a big thriving firm there that he owns with with a partner, and he's a bit of a proper, and I just he just enjoys being prepared for anything that could happen. And so he always has few insomnia cop lips apocalypse, the whole thing. Yes. Zombie cop ellipse, he's ready for. He's ready for that to happen. But just like dry, food or or nonperishable foods. Okay. He's always got a certain amount of water. He said it was going to serve out of gas. He he does as as most people who are into that type of thing. He's also into weapons, you know, most of those people are doing joy themselves, sim guns. He does like guns. So we're texting out something. And he texted me, he said, I've got a book for you to read. And I asked him is it the Turner diaries. Do you know what the Turner diaries is do not the Turner dockings is a book, it's a piece of shit book. I've never read it. But I just I know of it because the Turner diaries is what the guy who bombed Oklahoma City. That's the book that he was really into. It's about what's what was that guy's name. Timothy mcvey. Yeah. It's it's about like this band of rebels who overtake the government, and they do it like this with this. Bombing the way, they bomb these buildings or whatever it kinda starts the the people rising up against the government or whatever in it's super racist. And it's a piece of shit book. And so he replied to me when I said that because everybody in that everybody in that world knows the Turner diaries because when you're going to the shows that conventions, and you know, the the gun shows one. Now, there's always there's always some asshole with the table selling the Turner diaries, and anti-government t shirts and all that stuff. And so he knows what the turn Eire's is. Although I probably never read it because he's smarter than that. He he said, thanks a lot asshole. Now, we're both on the list, and I was And like. I was like dude you were on the watchlist way before I texted, you Turner diaries, so Lance now that I've said Turner diaries on a podcast you, and I are both on the watch list on may I put it down for the record for the US government. I have never read the Turner diaries. I think it's a piece of shit. It's if you like the Turner diaries, please don't listen to our show finding other show. I'm sure I'm sure there's some far radical right wing anti-government garbage that you can find podcast wise. Let's stay away from us. So government, I'm not supporting anybody reading the Turner diaries. Gotcha. Should we make the Turner diaries? A title of our episode in just really screwed up forever. We're both going to get randomly audited. This year. Have search warrants issued? What's not make the title of this issue of the steps of the Turner diaries?.

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"turner diaries" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"turner diaries" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Paramilitary america it's a history of how the white power movement changed after the war in vietnam one of the books that's really important to the white power movement you know especially in the eighties and nineties is the turner diaries i had heard about the turner diaries in the eighties nineties and this is a story that you described as being about earl turner a soldier in the racist movement attempting to overthrow the government this part i did not know at the end of the novel turner prepares to fly a small plane loaded with sixty kilotonnes nuclear warhead into the pentagon i mean without the warhead that's nine eleven yes finding a pine into the pentagon and it just made me think about the parallels that's really interesting i hadn't thought about it quite in those terms i think yeah i think one way that the turner diaries is really helpful for understanding this movement and perhaps terrorism writ large is the way that these activists imagine that these lone actions you know and scattered actions can one day lead to a real change i think when you look at even an event like the oklahoma city bombing which is huge in cataclysmic it's hard to really see how this movement thought that would change anything without the roadmap provided by cultural texts like the turner diaries what do you mean by that so the turner diaries which includes an event very much like the oklahoma city bombing in which earl turner bombs f b i headquarters in that case gives sort of a series of dire entries that that that that the frame of the book is that it's a diary that is quote unquote found after this revolution has succeeded so it ends in earl turner a suicide mission flying this warhead into the pentagon but it shows in tire arc of activism that starts simply with him being quote unquote awakened to the truth of white peril all the way through the different kinds of actions that he takes that lead up to that big final action and then there's like an end note that explains how he succeeded and how you know it had explains everything that happened after that action including you know the the clearing of the united states of populations of color and the eventual nuclear bombing of non white people such that they achieve a white world and restart the calendar year zero and start over i think that this question.

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"turner diaries" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"turner diaries" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"That know buron six seventy alive so sankei lbj go ahead you're on the air nah nah not having trouble hearing but first of all you bet mission of errors ms wrong the illegal violence the group or worse the government heat gang violence part or get thank dumping is not era well i don't think anybody said that did did you hear that i had to hear the case you know we we have of the very bad connection on this call i think you said that that we did not say that that some speeches lee is not violet or is not terrorism it out you leave out and violent at by terrorism as a youth that illegal violent cute intimidated people or to coerce the government you got it political violence or political feature sump politically motivated violence motivated violence against arafat why should it has to be trying to coerce the government no you keep a dozen out dylann roof survive killed eight people charleston at a church was was a terrorist he was not classified and i want to answer this question lies million as a fighter hitler is so hill let's scott one second let's let christian response the only incidents of white extremism that's been called terrorism in the united states is the oklahoma city bombing timothy mcveigh in timothy mcveigh was mary a nation supporter they've found a copy of the turner diaries book in his car which is a you know that that i will for whites proponents side bona fide roses from assist okay we haven't called acts like dylann roof who wrote a manifesto which was politically motivated he walked into a church in south carolina murdered nine people we didn't call wade michael page who went to a sikh temple no creek wisconsin and murdered six innocent people terrorist because that was based on political violence james jackson the soared killer new york late alexander bissonnette mrs canada but he walked into a mosque emerged six people.

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"turner diaries" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"turner diaries" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The martin luther king junior civic center park on this day the best way to silence the white nationalist is by turning your back on their message i think residents understand the extremely difficult position berkeley finds itself in eat made even more so by dealing with an amorphous group with no specific organizers i want to reiterate we will not allow our community be terrorized by a small band of white supremacists why de allergy of hate is a losing one berkeley is proud of its multiculturalism and diversity and we will continue to stand against those who wanted to divide us mira berkeley and did anybody notice the saturday nights jerry drake vare now tried to set off a halftonne bomb outside the bank first headquarters in oklahoma city this is uh he was try and it was doing it as an old misha tim mcveigh timoc debate bay did it because he read the turner diaries the turner diaries is a novel that was published back in the 1960s that uh you know it's an end of the world novel where where uh you know a bunch of white people all across the united states is finally get fed up with with the rise in power of people of color and and and gay people and they just decide that's it and uh they they kick off a race war or they hit the way that they kicked off this war was they bombed a palm the federal building in oklahoma city and the government's reaction to these rightwingers bombing the the the federal building in oklahoma city was so radical the president in this book in this book the turner diaries the president orders the confiscation of all guns in america which immediately causes all the good white people to rise up against the people of color and the jews and the catholics and take them down and in the end of the novel you know the the the country from shane a shining inch c is drenched in the blood of people of color and the white christian protestants are the only ones left standing and tim mcveigh of course tried to bring that about he blew up at bomb in oklahoma city thinking that there would be this huge overreaction by the clinton administration and the react and the result of that would be bad that you know the the good white people with guns would rise up now they're not.

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"turner diaries" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"turner diaries" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Assists why do you algae of eight is a losing one berkeley is proud of its multiculturalism and diversity and we will continue to stand against those who want to divide us mira berkeley and did anybody notice the saturday night jerry drake vare now tried to set off a halftonne bomb outside the bank first headquarters in oklahoma city this is he was try and it was doing it is no marsha tim mcveigh timoc debate bay did it because he read the turner diaries the turner diaries is a novel that was published back in the 1960s that uh you know it's an end of the world novel where where uh you know a bunch of white people all across the united states just finally get fed up with with the rise in power of people of color and and and gay people and they just decide that's it and uh they they kick off a race war or they hit the way that they kicked off this war was they bombed a palm the federal building in oklahoma city and the government's reaction to these rightwingers bombing the for the federal building in oklahoma city was so radical the president in this book in this book the turner diaries the president orders the confiscation of all guns in america which immediately causes all the good white people to rise up against the people of color and the jews and the catholics and take them down and in the end of the novel you know the the the country from shane a shiny inch c is drenched in the blood of people of color and the white christian protestants are the only ones left standing and tim mcveigh of course tried to bring that about he blew up at bomb in oklahoma city thinking that there would be this huge overreaction by the clinton administration and the react and the result of that would be that that you know the the good white people with guns would rise up now they're not rising up their third carrying cheeky torches and chanting about statues of dead traders there are rising.

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"turner diaries" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"turner diaries" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"But july's the fellas lies i agree or turned mcveigh from hobbyists to true believer was a little book called the turner diaries the turner diaries is a very poorly written novel released in nineteen 77 follows the life of a dip named earl turner who eventually makes a truck bomb to destroy fbi headquarters in response sis tis stricter gum laws that sound fuck and familiar as a bit familiar henry as our resident expert on the turner diaries could keep saying that yes venture it would review care to elaborate a little bit more on this book as someone who's actually read this hunk of in chad i also how many times did you have to say i'm doing research how'd you radio that vote constantly because also the way we when we are in heavy researched mode for the show it's all i can talk about yeah so um in there like talking about the turner diaries to people and i realize that anybody just turns a corner and i'm in the middle of being like i just say anything good you could take at a concert mean like and they show exactly how to take down the fbi headquarters and then all of a sudden i'm i'm the what i'm talking to us let's do we didn't get to t for reasons the agency fell in on this book like tell tell us what the oldest shits about should turner diaries a should fuck piece of garbage written by another should fuck piece of garbage by the name of william luther prayers under the pseudonym of andrew mcdonnell because he was too much of a policy to riders real name originally until he got known for it now returned turned ariz is basically abe it's it's just sort of concept about a bunch of like rebellious white dudes forming a militia to destroy the giran black and forced government and they all believe announce happen ah william read like william pierce wrote as he's as a warning of what will happen if we do not desegregate the united states of america bates or or enrique degree segregate the united states of america.

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