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"william luther pierce" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

06:05 min | 7 months ago

"william luther pierce" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Are now. Let's go back to McVeigh's era while drawing strength from often out of context words of the founders of the Bible the growing militiamen of the nineties. The the o'casey bombers were were inspired much more importantly by more modern book of fiction called the Turner. Diaries the Turner. Diaries was McVeigh's True Bible of very important part of his story. He was like this. This was the most important book on Earth. Timothy McVeigh the Turner. Diaries is a novel. By William Luther Pierce written under the pseudonym Andrew McDonald published I in nineteen. Seventy eight is an apocalyptic tale of genocide against racial minorities set in a near future America The Turner. Diaries has referred to by many as the Bible of the racist right. A handbook for white victory and a blueprint for revolution Also considered a blueprint for McVeigh's Oklahoma City attack it depicts a violent revolution in the US which leads to overthrow the federal government nuclear war ultimately a race war leading to the systematic extermination of non whites. So you know teensy-weensy bit super racist all groups opposed by the novel's Protagonist Earl Turner including Jews. Non Whites Liberal actors and politicians are exterminated by. It's fucked liberals fucking Hollywood elites rights. Were kill them all. Everybody's not everybody who's not a fucking white good. Oh boy are going down author. Pierce was a super nice guy who divided his time between volunteering local boys and Girls Club in raising his five mixed race adopted children right He was the aggressively racist head of the National Alliance Neo. Nazi group and the novel first appeared in serial form in that alliances publication attack. Jesus Christ Pierce Pierce. Also briefly taught physics at Oregon State University for while I'm guessing. He kept his super racist views hidden. I I'd love to teach the White Youth of this country physics. What was that? What was that Mr Pierce? I said I love to teach today's white young men and women. Physics physics has a lot to do with power. What Power Pierce a follower of George Lincoln Rockwell the founder of the American Nazi Party He was a piece of Shit and Peres book. The Turner Diaries has been credited with influencing the terrorist and criminal activities of groups. Individuals like the order. Most notably McVeigh. The novel is written in the form of the diaries of a one time. Electrical Engineer Earl Turner supposedly unearthed near Revolutionary Headquarters in the one hundred year of the new era in the forward. Turner is described as one of the men and women who struggle and sacrifice saved our race in his time of greatest peril. The diaries ascribe society that's completely deteriorated because the powerlessness of the white citizens. As well as Turner's patriotic fight to take the country back from government dominated by Jews African Americans and other minorities turn it begins rank and file member of a group called the organization and is later invited to join a secret elite faction called the order which wages a war of political terrorism against the system the US government these acts of terrorism are designed to instigate a further crackdown on basic freedoms thus created an even more repressive environments so that the organization will gain sympathy and conference Turner's Adventures Begin September Sixteenth. Nineteen ninety-one about in two years after the Tories gun raids which the government to the enforcement of the Cohen. Act CO in a very common Jewish name. By the way confiscates everyone's guns registers are forced underground or no resistance or forced underground but key members calling legals or called legals remain function in society and gathering information to fund its operations the organization commits only socially conscious crimes crimes against Jews or other minorities. Jesus Christ Turner's unit is assigned a large undertaking. This system begins issuing passports to all citizens to thwart the systems plans. The unit blows up headquarters in Washington. Dc with a truck bomb He truck bomb early similar to the one. Mcvay would use Oklahoma City The the book damn near Accurately explains how to build your own bomb in the book to blast kills approximately seven hundred people and because damage done to the FBI's infrastructure This causes a temporary halt in the issuing of passports although he regrets the loss of innocent life tournaments that there is no other way to destroy the system. Eventually the organization takes over much of the West course by force after its initial explosion sets off the revolution those who survive then subjugate or subjected to the quote day of the rope unique in which African Americans as well as whites characterizes having betrayed their race or all hanged Jesus turns last entry records his acceptance of a suicide mission in which he will blow up the Pentagon with a nuclear weapon and a lot of people have died due to influences. Book has had on them on these fucking lunatics book is believed to have inspired white supremacist crimes in the US and abroad including the crimes of Burford of Buford furrow. That dude is I think he was born to be white supremacist beef Buford Furio is. Don't care for choosing into cover folk This guy wounded five people three of them children in one thousand nine hundred nine attack on a Jewish community center in Los Angeles. He also kill kill the Filipino postal worker. He later remarked that his actions were a quote wakeup call to America to kill Jews in addition during the Nineteen Ninety. Eight rampage that killed. James Bird Jr. One of the most vicious hate crimes in Texas History John William King declared. We're going to start the Turner. Diaries earlier imagined said just like that. We're going to start. Oh Turner bowers in London. David Copeland killed three people wounded one hundred thirty nine others in the nineteen ninety nine so bomb pub bombings. He was also believed to have been heavily influenced by the same novel. Numerous other nut jobs have been influenced by this insane book that has sold well over half a million copies since its initial publication and Timothy McVeigh fucking loved at arguably his fate arguably. It was his favorite book. So there's not like a quote we took with everywhere he pushed on everybody all the time. You can still buy it on Amazon before we look at Timothy and his His anti-government besties. 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"william luther pierce" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

11:11 min | 1 year ago

"william luther pierce" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Corner. I passed this evening on my way to h q. There was a dangling corpse ford every intersection hanging hanging from a single overpass. Only about a mile from here is a group of thirty each with an identical placard around its neck bearing the printed legend. I betrayed my race two or three of that group had been decked out an academic academic robes before they were strung up in the whole bachelor apparently faculty members from the nearby u._c._l._a. Campus the first thing i saw my moon in the moonlight was the placard with the legend in large block letters. Ida filed my race above the placard lead. The horribly bloated purplish face of a young woman her eyes wide open and bulging her mouth agape. Finally i could make out the thin vertical line of rope disappearing appearing into the branches above apparently open slipped a bit or the branch to which it was tied had sagged into the woman's feet were resting on the pavement giving the uncanny appearance of a corpse standing upright of its own volition. I shuddered and quickly went on my way there many thousands of hanging female corpses like that in the city tonight all wearing identical placards around their necks they are the white women who were married to or living with blacks i with jews or with other non white bales. What a quote. The diaries ever gonna boo <hes> yeah. It's awful the fan <hes> no. I really like joy. That has a zero stars that all those people are hanging. Yes because the rope is a good thing is like i'm like okay sci-fi novel. That's the bad guys no not no no in this. They are the ones to be emulated. Didn't earl turner dies in the book carrying out a suicidal but successful assault on the pentagon but the order is victorious. The book is essentially framed as a historical google document with researchers from earls future commenting on it. They note that after the u._s. was purged of all non white people the same thing was done to the rest of the planet using a series of nuclear and chemical weapons attacks to cleanse cleanse asia. What yup wait a minute yeah. It's a total global genocide of all non whites but of course like a history yeah yeah. It's like written is like oh. I in the perfect white future. We found this the diaries of this revolutionary who helped us establish our utah. Here's how we got here. Here's how we got here. Yeah yeah yeah do. They believe that they're just preemptively writing a historical. I think it was just here's what we want. Here's clarifying air flying somewhere in tier okay so the turner diaries took off like gangbusters among the american far right it was eventually published as a book selling as many as five hundred thousand copies the turner in her diaries yep way too many many did not sell the traditional way in a barnes and noble instead proliferated on the gun show circuit at survivalist conventions and in tiny small town shops owned by racists five hundred thousand copies of course a sizeable success even by mainstream standards <hes>. I found a good article in the atlantic by g._m. Birger who authored a scholarly the paper titled the turner legacy it notes the turner diaries is notable for its lack of ideological persuasion at one point in the novel its protagonist earl turner is given a book to read turner claims the book perfectly explains the reasons for white supremacy and the justification of all the orders actions importantly this magical. Tome's contents are never specified. Although the novels epilogue log broadly hinson and nazi orientation the book never explicitly identifies the order with a specific movement due in part to peers desire to appeal to normal people as well as the novels limited initial circulation among the oh not sees turner assumes its readers are already racist and do not need to be recruited to that mindset the abandonment of why empowers a singular narrative focused on what and how the necessity of immediate violent action and concrete suggestions about how to go about it. This is part of why the book has been so often associated with violence and terrorism now the turner diaries would go on to become the most influential single piece of fascist propaganda since mine comp. It is inspired more than two hundred murders since its inception but it's also inspired hired a hell of a lot more than simple murder. The turner diaries became the ideological underpinning of a vicious american insurgency which eventually led to hundreds and hundreds of armed men around the the country working actively towards the establishment of a white supremacist state a problem that continues to this day now the turner diaries inspired more than that though because it it also inspired a whole new genre of terrible right-wing fiction so d- have you guys heard about a book called unintended consequences i i don't think so it was published in nineteen ninety-six by guy named john ross <hes> and it's best described as the turner diaries but all of the racism is whispered <hes> so so like a little bit more subtle the cover of the copy. I have features a burning copy of the constitution with a black clad carpeting to sexually assault lady justice in frontal very very subtle <hes>. Have you read these books. Some yeah i've read unintended consequences of lying read parts of the turner diaries just not very it's like right not good uncovered to get through but i came across unintended consequences not like i came across it like a gun store. It was an unintended consequence of yeah where it's like all these things just sort of pop up in gun stores and under all this stuff yeah in the main innovation from the turner diaries as an unintended consequences was that switched the focus of the revolutionaries away from race warren gun rights towards just gun rights so that was a factor in the turner diaries unintended intended consequences makes it the center of the whole thing. The plot focuses around a guy named henry bowman who winds up being framed by the a._t._f. For some reason related to their desire to steal the american guns he kills all the agents and then brutally tortures one who captures bowman and a small group of gun rights advocates than carry out a terror campaign brutally murdering gun control troll advocates around the nation until the president repeals all gun control laws. Alex jones has mentioned multiple times on info wars that unintended consequences. One of his favourite books did in more recent years as he ever mentioned the turner diaries. No never okay. That's seems like a little too. He's read 'em though he oh oh it's like i. I wonder if there's ever been like audio or moments where he's like slipped it in yeah <hes>. I believe he's too smart to mentioned that yeah yeah. That's one you can't mention right because then you're definitely not then you know yeah yeah but unintended consequences. It's a little separate announce safer another thing that's separate enough. Have you matt bracken no well. He wrote a book series called enemies foreign and domestic like unintended consequences. This book is basically turner diaries with less racism in it. The liberal government creates a false flag mass shooting to take away everyone's guns f as the bad guy in brave patriots beat them via terrorism now bracken's innovation was to have the cast of his books include numerous non white people. The idea seems to be that if most of the characters are non white in the book look can't be accused of being racist k. on an unrelated note. The second book in the series is domestic enemies the reconquista oh my god i guess as just aware that goes the liberals orchestration invasion of america via using mexicans with the goal of having them banned english the southwest and then secede from the united states these these these are coming out now. Yeah these are these are recent. Bracken is like a special forces veteran and like a right wing activist and stuff. This is all coming out now <hes> g._m. Birger the guy who wrote the turner legacy also wrote an article about these books for the daily beast he identified similarities between bracken's third book in the turner diaries exquisite after an earthquake demolishes memphis black refugees turn into a seething mob gang rapists and candles characterizations that feature memorably in the turner diaries while urban blacks ax loot a path from baltimore to washington dc where they demand and receive a new socialist constitution engineered by a thinly veiled caricature of president obama the narrative disclaimers continue one character condemns white racist killings in the chaos after the quake and a battle weary white racist girl near the end of the book accepts a hand of comfort offered by a black army medic but these another moments of individual digital race grace are hard pressed to counter with vivid lengthy depiction of african americans in masses cannibal rapists directly responsible for destroying america's constitutions so upsetting yup it really it's a great rubric though gotta get pierce credit. I mean works <hes>. It's a tapes bastard. Credit is a piece of shit but a shit who was very effective yeah a lot of very effective pieces of shit yep. It's kind of depressing. In writing the turner diaries william pierce ignited a movement within the far right that is still very much present and relevant today the next chapter will discuss in depth the generation of terrorists who were inspired by his words take horrifying bloody action like christian identity theology the turner diaries have influenced many people who may never have even read the book in his manifesto so the christ church mosque shooter wrote about his hope that his attack would spark renewed calls for gun control in the united states because he believed that this would inevitably spark a new civil war. The power synagogue synagogue shooter repeated the same desire. Both of these desires are based whether it consciously or not on things written out in the they want they just want conflicts to spark the and they think that guns will be central good william luther pierce died in two thousand two but his ideas live and kill to this day the struggle between william pearson willis carta harto would prove to be a microcosm of greater struggle within the fascist right itself on cardo side are the mainstreamers their goal is to gain political power that pushing the overton window no further and further right and convincing more and more of their fellow americans to adopt hardcore fascist politics carta supported political parties and candidates most notably david duke successful run for the louisiana state senate and unsuccessful run for governor was also a backer of pat buchanan cartel. Another mainstreamers believed that the majority of white americans can be converted to their political michael ideals so gaining power is just a matter properly propagandizing to their fellow whites. William pierce on the other hand was a vanguard est. Vanguard us believe that politics is hopeless. The only way for their side to win is to as the turner diaries for small dedicated groups and bring on the collapse of society in order to take control george lincoln rockwell himself mm self is hard to pin down he had elements of both mainstream and vanguard est in his writings and in his activism but his most direct descendants men like william pearson james mason became two of the most influential fluential minds in the vanguard is movement but in the late nineteen seventies new wave of fascists in neo-nazis began to rise popping up around the countryside like mushrooms.

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"william luther pierce" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

15:21 min | 1 year ago

"william luther pierce" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Ad pivot in the podcasting game saga salga frame. It is shaking her head. Yes frame it classic. Yes gesture. Put in your old side to side. I wish i had a gold covered bagel. Yes what would you do throw it. I am just checking twenty coast. <hes> out of touch with the working man i am definitely done working and you wanna be king and throw gold around uh-huh different sign. Robert podcast has gone to my head now. I'm i'm. I've i've lost. I've lost my classic robert. Evans working man's touch robert now. You're the bastard. I've always fair and i'm almost out of things to throw a against. We'll we'll find some originalism. Maybe we can throw reporting equipment so if he didn't share your active we're good to do it. That's approval nice pillow so now william luther pierce was kind of a hard guy to get along with <hes> which is probably not super surprising <hes> he's not reported to by other of his kids showing much emotional connection to them <hes> his wife say that he was like also distant the only thing he ever really seemed to love a few simply were his siamese cats. It's awesome so big fan of cats big fan of hitler okay yeah go figure siamese catholic the worst discounts. That's not true. They're fine good yeah. Cats are fine. Cats are good. Cats are good fans of behind the badgers. Yes they would like. This podcast didn't mean it. No we know we know he's itemise. Cats are fine. They're just i was originally picturing. Instead of siamese cats the persian cats when with the pushed in faces. Oh there's terrible. That's what i was picturing beanbag bag chairs. Somebody's got figures. You'd like those cats yeah. That's not now way. You said. We're gonna really offend. Some persian erzen cat owners today. I'm sorry yeah. They shouldn't have made that mistake. You don't sound sorry sounded like being sarcastic when you said that well. I'm sorry that's what you perceived received. Okay but now now what i think we're derailing the sorry interesting so rockwell in pierce embarked on a publishing venture together putting out six issues of a nazi magazine but william refused to actually join the american nazi party until rockwell changed its name from the american nazi party to the national socialist white. The people's party is needed to cover it up a little seeing people are making it worker. Yes yeah yeah when rockwell was gunned down in the parking lot laundry transition. I love that he died that way. Shutdown x. too fucking laundromat rockwell it is the movement he had spent his entire life crafting began to fracture nazis were then now and always catty bitches pitches geel are had kept his party together by sheer force of will and even he hadn't done a very good job of that since he was murdered by one of his own men pure your stuff within n._s. W._p._p. Which retained the most members after rockwell's death for a while he tried to take rockwell's place acting as the functional head of the party writing all of its propaganda even speaking at university campuses. He did not have rockwell's talent for drawing media attention. His only real success was saying that nixon should be quote dragged out of his office and shot which drew some coverage and got the f._b._i. To start looking into him it was also the truest thing he would ever say. It's great legacy abbreviated as n._s. W p p it's not safe for work p._p. That's not a joke. I do have the ps that are safe for work in the ones. That aren't yeah just like p p. <hes> that's funny also funny than <hes> i mean even nazi clocks going to be right once a day which away why did he want nixon too because nixon was soft on the jews which if you'd told nixon he would have said oh i uh-huh uh-huh oh my god as we state this that audio has just leaked out how reagan against saying horrible things about black men richard nixon and the most amazing thing about that is richard nixon's clearly uncomfortable with it on the line to hear him being like don't start wanting to he doesn't bring it up. It's like yeah yeah. You can't call the monkeys jesus christ dan the reaction to that is so god. It's pathetic. Oh i can't imagine anyone would even address it. I mean they're like reagan. Sites and people fuck why. Why do we have to judge on this like well. If you have person who's like been called racist for decades and these racist maybe you should think about what about like while you're defending that guy is whatever it doesn't matter talking to talk about the counting attractive the office yeah and it appears what also issues with reagan for not not saying that kind of killing all the juice yeah yeah so so <hes> now during this period of the nineteen seventies <hes> <hes> pierce became something of a tutor <hes> andy mentor to a fella uh-huh named james mason young james had joined rockwell's american nazi party back in nineteen sixty six when he was fourteen two years later at age sixteen james got in trouble at school he was disciplined oakland by his principal and in retaliation started planning to go on a shooting spree and murder multiple members of the school's administration before carrying out his plan the n._s. W._p._p.'s headquarters. I wound up on the horn with william pierce <hes> or sorry. He called the n._s. W._p._p.'s headquarters. This kid plans to go on a school shooting. He calls the party before he starts shoot. The party was hey i wanna do i wanna do this. Shoot up. This school and william pierce talks him down. <hes> in pearson stead convinces james mason jason to move to virginia and start working for the party and learn how to run a printing machine instead of committing a school shooting who yeah <hes> <music> given what comes later but actually debatably given what comes later from james mason might have been better for the world if you'd shot up his school so you're you're taking this kid and you're radicalizing him. You're out you're channeling his and yeah and his nazism into do away propagandist and yet <hes> and james mason would go on to write a book titled siege which would provide the nuts and bolts <hes> inspiration for the terrorist group atom often and a whole shitload of other school. She acts clean clean. The canadian kids who are currently on the run in the middle of the wilderness see heads as we call them yeah so that's james. Mason starts out wanting to be a school shooter. It gets convinced by william luther pierce. No no no no no. I know what you're good at your schools. You god what if instead you humaid one hundred school she right at right yeah yeah as the nineteen sixties wound to a close william pierce starting to get frustrated with the n._s. w._p._p. W._p._p. Mainly about the fact that it again was just too darn. Nazi ish he believed fascism needed an authentically american character and movement. If it was going to have any chance taking over the country just dressing up as nazis was not going to cover it he quit the party in july of nineteen seventy and published a paper titled prospectus for a national front front which he circulated around neo nazi circles. Here's how it opened america today and more specifically the american people face the most serious and deadly menace which has arisen risen in their entire history. This minute far overshadows that post by any war we have fought in the economic catastrophe through which we have passed or any previous domestic strife which is torn us for today we we are face not just with a threat to our territorial integrity or to our material possessions or to our way of life or even to our own lives but to something far dearer today all that we have ever rabbin and all that we ever might be our race itself is threatened with extinction right on man <hes> yes famously doomed people white americans in seventy two breath a tough decade for white people the dark the dark ages on yeah <hes> yeah under under attack threat i just the whole thing is just under attack on just who cares other people too. Many other people get more rights. Fucking black people were moving on up exactly does threat means moving down exactly it's the only way that it works the only way he went on to complain that none of the existing radical right wing organizations in the u._s. had the ability to turn into a quote large-scale revolutionary movement. Don't quote their long established. An unbroken record of failure is the best evidence of this fact is not an inaccurate statement. Yeah he attacked the movement for being filled with overgrown children and said in essence. We need to stop waiting around for new hitler to rise up and unify all of our different little fringe groups like unite. Ah yeah there it is instead pure suggested america's fascist take a leaf out of communism's book and create a national front a large umbrella organization that it could combine and coordinate all of the different far right groups and allow them to recruit people more easily with the baggage of swastikas and klan robes towards this end. William pierce established the national national alliance in nineteen seventy four. We'll talk more about it throughout the book but obviously the national alliance did not wind up being the trick to create a mass fascist movement in the united states it was objectively more successful than rockwell's american nazi party though drawing in thousands of members over the years and generating millions and income but it proved no more capable of creating a popular revolution revolution than the a and p had been however buried in pierce's prospectus was a very important paragraph that contained realization far more critical than his national alliance could ever become <hes> quote about the only good thing which can be said of all these little groups that they do generate quite a flood of pamphlets leaflets bulletins newsletters and other printed materials which express some excellent sentiment but even here it is largely an incestuous affair in which the propaganda and the sentiment are circulated largely within the same vaguely defined movement in which they were born any any real contact. A rapport with the general population is absent and this lack of contact with the public is not due simply to the problems of distribution or a lack of access to the mass media most host movement literature would fail to evoke sympathetic response from the masses even if it could be placed regularly in their hands it is for the most part to esoteric too introverted in two kooky to strike a responsive chord among the general public to racist too terrible to awful. I hate that you're not right it. It was it was it was the racism wasn't the problem. The racism wasn't the problem though yeah it was it was it was would get with and we'll get release easy. He's he's. He's started to realize that like our propaganda is not cutting it. We need to find a way to make nazi propaganda. That doesn't feel like nazi. Propaganda suit can hit a broader chunk of the to be <hes> to fight harder in the memoirs. Smart and pierce's going to go want to be the guy who strikes the greatest blow in the me more so pierce correctly understood that to really make progress american fascism was going to have to craft propaganda that could affect the hearts and minds of normal white americans it would take years for peers to translate this insight into action but when he did the result would quite literally shake the world. I however came his dalliance with a sprightly gentleman named willis cargo. Now carter was one of the very few individuals in this story whose commitment to fashion precedes the activism of george lincoln rockwell rockwell willis started a monthly paper in nineteen fifty five called revealingly the entitled right the journal forward thinking american nationalism aw yeah yeah little on the nose yeah it was basically just like a bunch of anticommunist anti anti semitic segregation like articles <hes> in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven cardo. I wrote openly about his idea to create something called the liberty lobby which he promised would quote lock doc horns with minority special interest pressure groups in order to support the needs of white people who were suffering in the nineteen fifties carter wrote that quote to the goal of political power. We're all else must be temporarily sacrificed. He spent his life embodying that creed now. Carter was not an out on the street bullhorn placards activist nor was he an armed revolutionary. Mary clutching a rifle and calling for racial holy war instead he sought to bring anticommunist since agregation list's together and craft thoroughly american fascist movement in nineteen sixty two you started to publish a magazine western destiny dedicated inculcating these ideas among the american right he wrote about culture creators aka white people in their eternal battle against culture destroyers aka black people tolerance cargo road can often be a culture retarding coacher distorting weakness. Yeah good stuff right here yeah. It's it's like eighty percents away but real close to being fucking <hes>. What's that fake university diversity. They have now. It's all it's western civilization <hes> fetishism. It's yeah cover up a little bit more. An ancestor of prager sure yeah now western destiny began to attract a dedicated audience of butting extremists including a teenager named david duke. That's possible that willis cardo is the man who red ed pill duke yeah so that's who were with me. Thanks bud throughout the late. Nineteen sixties is william. Pierce was coming up with his idea for national front. Willis carta built the liberty pretty lobby into a moderately large mailing list for the distribution of far-right but not openly fascist propaganda he latched onto the nineteen sixty eight presidential bid of a fellow named george wallace us now wallace was the forty fifth governor of alabama in one of the leading voices against the civil rights movement is most famous line is probably this in the name of the greatest people people who have ever trod the earth i draw the line in the dust and toss the gauntlet before the feet of tyranny and i say segregation today segregation tomorrow segregation forever throwing the gauntlet at the feta tyranny keep black people and white people in different schools you tyrants. It's the first guy to use <hes> the liberal media firm yeah yeah george wallace groundbreaking breaking. It sounds like a real keeper is to discredit the civil rights movement so it's different from today so different yeah unreal yep <hes> so carta turned the liberty lobby to the cause of getting wallace elected president he was of course unsuccessful goal but the campaign wasn't incredible success.

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"william luther pierce" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"william luther pierce" 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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"william luther pierce" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"william luther pierce" 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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"william luther pierce" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"william luther pierce" 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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"william luther pierce" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"william luther pierce" 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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"william luther pierce" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"william luther pierce" 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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"william luther pierce" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"william luther pierce" 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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"william luther pierce" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"william luther pierce" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's morning edition from NPR news. 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 by men named William Luther Pierce. Here's 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 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. Nasi perfect, for instance, was counterproductive and made harder to recruit ordinary people. His goal was to radicalize ordinary way people. Here's how the book opens with cabal of 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 the description of a long 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. It had this story behold specifically through fictional, diary entries. Well, 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 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 read 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, researched was 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 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 oriented toward white nationalism. The Turner diaries ends with Earl Turner martyring himself for the cause of white nationalism. The fixture 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. The marketplace morning report is coming up in just a moment. And in it. You'll learn about how people living near chemical plants will soon get better or they could soon. Get better information, and what's actually being spewed into the air around them. When accidents happen that story is coming up, plus the days numbers. Here's a look at one of our podcast produced here. Acuity public radio the city of Berkley will soon ban overnight parking for our vs. And instead offer RV owners living on the streets temporary parking permits and some people ain't happy about it. They love declaim. They're the most progressive city in the United States. And here they are like just not living up to who..

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"william luther pierce" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

13:46 min | 1 year ago

"william luther pierce" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Not not the not the tool but able to buy one. Oh, yeah. I don't know what these ads are for maybe their ads for ads maybe their ads for ads. Let's hear him. This episode is brought to you by GS K. No, two cancers are the same. That's why GS K R oncology. Scientists are working on personalized treatments. One way we design these new medicines is by harnessing patient's own immune system to target and destroy tumors. And by creating new combinations of medicines. That work better together, we hope to transform cancer treatment for patients in the future. We're back. Yeah. We were having a fun little break. Chat about all the kids in cages, not cages, you're right areas or areas that are caged. Yes. For savior were safety safety boxes safety box and use the word cage. I would say. Pen for kids. Crib. Cute. Little mental acute little metal crib. We put them in nurseries with bars bars barred nurseries. All right. Let's let's get back to talking about James Nolan. Mason good. So Mason started writing for after Rockwell died, and he left start writing for a Neo Nazi newsletter called and advocated for leaderless resistance and stuff like that many of his writings were collected into a book also called see here is a quote from that book, the lone wolf cannot be detected cannot be prevented and seldom can be traced. If I were asked by anyone of my opinion on what to look for or hope for next. I would tell them a wave of killings or assassinations of system bureaucrats by Rovan gunmen who have their strategy well mapped out in advance and well nigh impossible to stop. I should note here that Chris Hassans plan shooting spree of you could call them bureaucrats elected political officials and journalists in the like, people know, what was stopped. All right. I think a lot of people think it was stopped because the FBI was out looking for a new white nationalist terrorists infiltrating these organizations. As they've said, they have no he was caught because he was buying tram at all on his work, computer. He was illegally buying painkillers. And that's the only reason I caught fire founded about the massacre by accident. Yeah. That was an accident. That was totally just a happy accident. They were just busting them for drugs. Oh my God. I feel safe. Say it's a real problem. There were a lot of people on his kill list. Some people are saying if you are in the DESA, maybe arm yourself. I'm not saying arm yourself. I'm saying the police aren't really good at catching the Nazis wanna kill you old organizations who like actively has have said in many many years that they're going to try to infiltrate law enforcement organizations in the military for these purposes, I'll say self defense is important for anyone especially the politically active and there's a Mariah of pathways to self defense. So consider how you plan to defend your so consider consider maybe love love. Sometimes sometimes that works with my feet in my fist. Wow. Then maybe body armor never been. A little bit about arming mutual aid in case mutual aid to. Yeah. Yeah. Magic magic. Harry Potter would be really useful like like like like a grand wizard like. No far to not use the words. Right. Well, you used. Maybe a war. Maybe a Warlock like a great war a great solid not a grand wizard. Not whatever. Choice of words, still not clear why but not thrown away, but I'll adjust Beckham subject of siege. On march. First two thousand eighteen atom often burst onto the American consciousness with the murder of blaze Bernstein, a student at the university of Pennsylvania Bernstein's murder was tied to a member of the group atom often because blaze was homosexual Jewish in basically, the distillation of everything Nazis. Hey, British journalist, Jake Hanrahan did a lot of that reporting, by the way, he's gonna podcast Popular Front. That's really worth checking out. He's a great guy. Anyway, atom often is a multinational terrorist group that sprang up like mushrooms on the damp wet bathroom floor of the internet. There are somewhere around twenty cells, perhaps more perhaps less mostly small groups all around the United States and in Germany, five deaths. Have so far been tied to atom often. One other thing atom often did was republished James Mason's siege. A book they basically consider their bible now sees has not yet inspired as much direct violence as the Turner diaries. That would be hard to do. It was sort of rediscovered pretty recently starting on the old Neo Nazi forum. Iron March over the last several years a whole online subculture has spread out around the book. If you spend a lot of time reading messages from members of the bowl patrol, for example, they bring up siege. All the time. You guys know about the bowl patrol had known you guys know about Dylann roof. Yes. Yeah. The guy who in two thousand fifteen walked into a black church in Charleston and murdered nine people yet a bowl haircut. And so there's people online who call him Saint. They call themselves the bo- patrol because they too would really like to murderer a bunch of black people in Scherzer's Mike God. And they love sees big fans a siege question. Most publishing these books. Still item often off them often publishing them that makes sense. Yeah. Yeah. That does make sense. So yeah. The bowl patrol in animal often both bring up siege lot. There's also a YouTube channel I found called read sees dozens of videos that have racked up more than thirty five thousand views, which is not a lot for a YouTube channel. But is a lot for homicidal Nazi propaganda about thirty five thousand people that will probably just a couple of them. Just a couple thousand shooters katie's couple. How many that's not that many mass shooter thousand fans of mass shooter and a mass shooter book and mess. Your book the troll is specifically doing roof. There's also in cell from like three or four years ago. Elliot, Rodger Rogers. Yeah. Yes. They all fan, and they're all kind of gradually more faint like. Congealing together right into the same water ecosystem of people who are probably going to shoot up a bunch of innocent people. Right. Here's my resentment. Here's your sentiment. What if we are all resentful together? And what if we all convince each other that the Jews are a part of it, which is increasingly affect? Yeah. Yeah. Weird. How it always gets back to Nazis? Is weird you scratch any of these groups of like psychotic kids who wanna murder a bunch of strangers in always keep finding knots. Yeah, they fear the same thing. They want the same thing. Yep. We're weird weird. Although all of this news makes it way easier for me to understand stuff. Like, you read about the holocaust. It's like how did you find all those people willing to work at those? Oh shit load of them. Okay. Okay. Gotcha. Easily sort of moved across you can do. With them. There's a lot of maneuvering the can be done those people. Yeah. Cool. Cool cool. So the read sees YouTube channel has titles in it. Like, the lost white civilization of China and a thirty seven. We're going. Andy, thirty seven minute video, titled who were the Jews. Oh, informative. I bet you find out down a lot many of their videos are just readings from pages of siege would like to play a chunk from one of those videos, titled what can we dispense with president to dogcatcher? They are all the same bureaucratic Selo swine. No distinctions are to be drawn meaningless considerations of parties of left, and right and even individual identities names at cetera are simply not to be used to kill an ISM. You have to kill the ists. See O'Neill anti-semitism I have to kill anti semes-. Am I bring this up because it highlights and important difference between the mentalities nurtured by siege? And the Turner diaries atom often, the most directly seige inspired extremist group is nice realistic often suicidally, though, their name is the German word for atomic weapons because their whole deal is trying to bring about in eagerly awaiting the destruction of all society. And they have these weird ties now between like all these left and right wing, like eco terrorist groups in like ITO fascist groups, and like these leftist groups started us was like anarchists like individuals tending towards the wild or starting to share more Neo Nazi propaganda. It's weird because they all kind of not the exact same goal, but got kind of all one of fucking kill everything. Yeah. And and that's what sees is the book for Turner diaries as the book for people who are not nihilist. They wanna build something. They wanted by destroying some right? When a build something sees is the book of like bucket. Yeah. And I think that the reason the Turner diaries killed more people up. Until now is that now is the time of fuck it. Right. Right. We were. Yeah. Like all these stores, you were telling her like, oh, yeah. Nineties like, there's a different kind of attitude about it. And we were all even even the Nazi terrorists were more optimistic. We can build something together something together. Now, it's burn it all down. Oh, it's burn. It all down staying the Turner diaries was able to radicalize a guy like Timothy McVeigh because at its core. The book is not nihilistic. The diaries are good at inspiring wannabe be revolutionaries to carry out violent actions, seizures more suited to the kind of suicidal extremists that groups like ISIS also seek to radicalize, by the way, atom often loves them, some ISIS two zero lot of ISIS videos. Yeah. It's basically tailor-made propaganda for the kind of twenty something many become shooters. I we'll talk much more about siege. In the book. I'm shamelessly probably. Posner is is completely related to this exact topic. But let's get back to Rockwell Rockwell. George Lincoln did not come up with the ideas of leaderless resistance or lone wolf terrorism himself. Good for him. He did not write the Turner diaries or siege. But he directly inspired radicalized. The men who did if you scratch any ideological precept of modern fascism you eventually wind up back at George Lincoln Rockwell. For example, you all know about fourteen eighty eight of course, to most significantly those numbers to not say, yeah, it's basically for the listeners who may not know it's way too. It's a covert way for Nazis to signal their Nazism without directly putting a swastika on their clothing or body, the eight stands for Heil Hitler because h is the letter of the alphabet and the fourteen words are as follows we must secure the existence of our people in a future for white children. That phrase was first written by David lane. A member of Robert Matthews criminal gang the order while he was in prison lane. Also wrote a three page track called white. Genocide manifesto, according to the Atlantic at argued, quote, racial, integration is only an euphemism for genocide and that the white race is on the verge of extinction due to interbreeding with other races can stupid idiot. I told you why? Loser's stupid dog should ideas about everything. Oh my God. It's a conspiracy to get rid of. It's not like the natural thing that humans do. Yeah. It's all fear base. It's safe saying like, I don't want to be treated like I treat people. It's the same. I feel like I'm going to get over run. And I'm not going to have my power and the frayed was in the freight afraid of rape. The next time you hear white genocide out of the mouth of somebody trying to claim that they're like a relatively reasonable person. Remind them the phrase was invented by a Bank robber who got in prison for Bank robbery because he joined a group that was inspired by a bad science. I will say that wants talking about white genocide, positively they probably don't care. Yes. So Bank robbing Nazis. Congratulations on your great idea. You stupid saving. There's like a holocaust historian who is talking about this in like the fascist of today. And how like it's just like when they talk about globalism. It's like it's like a conspiracy to control everybody as opposed to like, we'll know like, we're all connected more. Yeah. Like, you have the internet, and you have all these sort of ways that we can do you think Kate hospital comes from the natural progression of like a species on a planet. Yeah. I look forward to less white faces as people like we're gonna be so much more attractive and have better immune says basics of diversity and Evelyn. It's it's these people I. So if you've ever heard the phrase, white genocide or seen a fourteen eighty eight tattoo, thank at least half of that for David lane and lane, of course, was directly inspired by William Luther Pierce who was radicalized and molded by George Lincoln Rockwell. Marietta's again. Like a John Jacob Ingelheim Schmidt hunger, Nazis, but would not say, yeah. You know, it's not for Nazis, the wonderful products and services this show ender program, so VI's checking her phone out. So I can get away with that one.

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"william luther pierce" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"william luther pierce" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"This is April and Cassidy, we're the host of the podcast dressed the history of fashion and this season, we traveled throughout history and around the world to bring you more of the fascinating stories from behind the clothes. We wear we traveled a central Asia tiller all about the resist dyeing technique known as e Kat and to Paris to learn all about the legacy of Christian Dior. We also spoil the history of a whole host of topics from plus size fashion. The clothing choices of colts listening to subscribe on apple podcasts or the iheartradio app or wherever else you get your podcast. I don't have an intro my audience because we are like two hours and change talking about George Lincoln Rockwell. And I am I'm just broken. It'd be it. There's only I I have to fix myself. I have to have to get myself back in the fight. I think this cathartic release of pent-up information and frustration will be good. You know, what else might be good? You know, what might give me back on this last part? Oh, and I picked it particularly all savory chlorine mouth. Just started. Flavor is man just did cut your tongue up. All right. All right. All right. The fly good taste them. Now. I'm jealous. You can have a dorito as many as you work one bite one cream. You have to listen to the last one. But the okay, but you should be listening to three with. All right. Don't listen to part three. Oh, katie. That was a perfect crunch. I do apologize to to Tamale and other listeners who hate the sound of crunchy Doritos person. Who's like, I don't like it when you crash. She's great. Yeah. But yes, she doesn't like Santa crushing. All right. We're done with the crunching of Doritos if you wanted to crunch Sean cream when you're trying to an IRA Mia yams better. I keep seeing it in my head different tunes. But I'm not going to do that to you guys one crunch. One cree. Ill ill cut that crunch and cream in the night. So kid, so. I so sorry brought this tremendously. Sorry. This is terrible. It's still the this cream which needs to be refrigerated is still off the table. It's it's it's still there. It was it was behind the sink like it was so. So I do wash my hands with hazelnut cream. All right. Well, it's today's episode of behind the bash not even introduce. What we're doing right now. This is where you are. This is a podcast where we talk about terrible people. And we're talking about one of the worst. There's ever been bad. The the fuck in j are token of racism, what's another foundational. The Bill Gates also racism the the Steve Jobs of American fascist means Steve apple. George Lincoln Rockwell now in episode one and two we talked about Rockwell's life is stunning variety of innovation. We're not at the bottom of yet. At the bottom. We really want to be at the bottom. And of course, we talked about his death where he was murdered by one of his followers who went on to become not a Nazi that and his classically handsome bone structure in his class. Glacier. Jeffrey, greatly new we're not we don't hate his bone structure, no taller than Hitler to tell to which is which is important for America. It would be amazing. If that's the one like if you transplanted Hitler in America. The only reason he wouldn't take off is sure I mean, it's the thing. The Germans are just not shallow and we can embrace a short fascist. Embracing that slogan for me taller. Today. We're talking about Rockwell's legacy. In addition to obviously, the legacy of trolling college campuses for donations holocaust denial neo-nazism. We're talking about a much more complex and bloody legacy. Now that legacy that ties in literally every act of far right violent terror. You have heard about in your entire lives. They all descend from G L are in the early nineteen eighties a far right radical improper Jay Mathews created what he called an action group. It's original name was the organization, but eventually he settled on calling it the order he recruited a small squad of others. Oh, just wait. It's even loser than you understand right now he recruited a small squad of other like minded men. The order was a fascist white supremacist terror group. It's goal was to stabilize the fabric of American society through violent attacks. The order funded its operations by robbing banks and armored cars, they carried out three murders, including the highly publicized assassination of Jewish American radio host Alan Berg in nineteen Eighty-four. The order was eventually infiltrated and wiped out by the FBI Matthews died fighting after a thirty six hour long standoff while they did not succeed destroying the fabric of American society. The order did steal millions of dollars. At least a million of which was never recovered by the authorities and probably went on to finance further fascist terror thirteen white supremacist leaders were prosecuted for taking Matthews money. So it's anyone's guess as to how many other violent racists. He funded the committed like twenty-something robberies accessible. Robert Jay Mathews, never met, George Lincoln Rockwell, but the commander had strong impact on his life. Nonetheless. This was thanks to a book. The Turner diaries written by William Luther Pierce Pearson. Started life in nineteen thirty three as a quiet kind of geeky kid. He later described himself as sort of a nerdy kid without social skills. He was awkward around girls obsessed with science fiction when he grew up. He became a pretty good physicist. All right Pierce became aware of Rockwell in nineteen sixty three when he saw the commander on TV addressing a crowd of protesters who'd into one of Pierce's co workers who was interviewed later by the FBI quote. He was looking for a simple

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"william luther pierce" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"william luther pierce" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"John. D Rockefeller Rockefeller senior the patriarch. John D Rockefeller, jR require chase Bank. And they've been one of the wealthy families in America ever since. And they talk with people from other countries, they promote relationship. With other countries. And the only reason to do there. It is to form a new world order wakeup cheapo. And Gary Allen author of call conspiracy the book again that Alex Jones is a teenager that would form his mind. He also, right. The Rockefeller file seven nineteen Seventy-six all about the Rockefellers conspiring with international bankers to manipulate the world Connie's and rule the world new world order. Okay. Your earlier nineteen seventy five the chaos of the aluminum is spreading Robert Anton Wilson that anarchist playboy rider and another playboy, right? Robert shaye. Right. The illuminaries trilogy in nineteen seventy five which attempts or attributes excuse me cover-ups of our times. Great like the like, the JFK station to the aluminum the books. Become such a surprise cult success that they're made into a successful stage. Play in Liverpool. Now, it's one of the world's most popular theories. Now, even celebrities like Jay z and beyond say take on their luminosity symbolism, a nineteen seventy eight William Luther Pierce, publishers the Turner diaries, vivid racist, novel about the two thousand ninety nine uprising excuse me. The downtrodden organization a white Revolutionary Movement against the all powerful system. The left wing Jewish government the book which begins with the passage of gun control legislation. Becomes a holy text of the paranoid racist. Kind of very far outright Pierce was inspired by fear that the new world. Order establishment would act I to confiscate the weapons of those who might resist the takeover nine hundred eighty three. Former air force officer academic text Mars, and his wife, Wanda publish a perfect name. For your pet start harmless. I many books they would write to help readers and their careers and personal lives than by the late eighties and early nineties things start to fucking take. Some turns Mars begins exposing the nefarious ways. In which the political establishment is beholden to an anti. Christ say, Newt Gingrich is a closet Marxist and a member of the occult secret society known as the behin grove.

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"william luther pierce" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"william luther pierce" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Widen that over ten window in at mainly by just being as offensive as possible talking about these ideas in public as loudly as possible in order to normalize them isn't all right a name that these groups gate to themselves if they wanna make a distinction between them so yeltsin your nazis of the '70s and '80s or the the neonazis of uh george lincoln rockwell and william luther pierce's time john yes absolutely and now they draw inspiration from those uh near nazi leaders uh but in terms of style uh it's very important that the all right rebranded self tides up more palatable and you can it has been effective sellers some data out there that shows if you use the term white supremacy most americans the vast majority of them will reject it say they don't identify with those beliefs if it switches twoway nationalism uh uh a higher number of americans will start to identify with those ideas and beliefs and and we need to use the term all right it serves as kind of a masking agent and more people uh will then identify with all right ideas because they they can pass essentially in the in society but doesn't his websites named the stormer evoke larry in connection oh yes absolutely i mean he is named it after der stuermer which was uh just vicious antisemitic weekly that was put out by julius streicher who was just did he didn't demented and depraved early member of the nazi party in in one of hitler's favorites to members of the all right think the donald trump has widened the overton window yes my i think that they do and they have said many of them have said that donald trump has made it much easier for them he's empowered their movement he uh given them a of voice in a way that they didn't have before so i i think that they.

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"william luther pierce" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"william luther pierce" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Movement to widen that over time window in at many by just being offensive as possible by talking about these ideas in public as loudly as possible in order to normalize them isn't all right a name that these groups gave to themselves if they want to make a distinction between them and the neonazis of the '70s and '80s or the the neonazis of uh george lincoln rockwell and william luther pierce's time yes absolutely now they draw inspiration from those near nazi leaders uh but in terms of this style and it's very important that the all right rebranded itself to make itself more palatable and you can it has been effective some data out there that shows if you use the term white supremacy most americans the vast majority of them will reject it say they don't identify with those beliefs if it switches twoway nationalism uh a higher near of americans will start to identify with those ideas and beliefs and and we need to use the term all right it serves as kind of a masking agent and more people uh we'll then identify with all right ideas because they they can pass essentially in the in society but doesn't his websites name the stormer evoke hit larry in connection oh yes absolutely i mean he he's named it after der stuermer which was of uh just this anti antisemitic weekly that was put out by julius streicher who is just d didn't demented and depraved early member of the nazi party in and one of hitler's favorites to members of the all right i think that donald trump has widened the overton window yes my i think that they do and they have said many of them have said that donald trump has made it much easier for them he's empowered their movement he's given them a call police in a way that they didn't have before so i think that they would say that he has widened over to window certainly i'm speaking with luke o'brien whose article the making of an american nazi is the cover story of the december issue of the atlantic magazine angling describes his website as quote non ironic nazism masquerading as ironic nazi ism what does that mean well i again it could be kinda hard to to parse what's going on in england's mind but it did tracks with.

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