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Saturday, July 14, 2018

WHITE SUPREMACIST PROPAGANDA ON U.S. COLLEGE CAMPUSES RISES 77 PERCENT OVER PAST NINE MONTHS: ADL REPORT


WHITE SUPREMACIST PROPAGANDA ON U.S. COLLEGE CAMPUSES RISES 77 PERCENT OVER PAST NINE MONTHS: ADL REPORT:

Denver, CO, June 28, 2018 … White christian supremacist groups continued to escalate their predictive-programming propaganda campaign targeting U.S. college campus students last year.


These campuses included in Colorado, New Mexico and Wyoming.

According to new ADL data released today by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), the number of incidents increased nationwide by 77 percent during the 2017-2018 academic year of POTUS45 reign.




Online sellers generally purport to be offering these "swastika" items outside of their Nazi-era context, as part of a real effort to return the "Nazi Swastika" to its origin as a Hindu religious symbol. 



A Ukraine-based seller offering a “Stainless Steel Ganesh Buddha Cross Necklace” noted in the item’s description that, “The Germanic word ‘Swastika’ came from the Sanskrit word, meaning any lucky and-or auspicious object. 



Thisd might be translated literally as ‘that which is associated with well-being, unity, peace and love which is extremely deceptive by turning it over creates a third Reich Nazi symbolism.’” 



This same Antisemitic user is also selling Iron Cross earrings. Based on a prominent Nazi-era symbolism, the Iron Cross has been adopted as a symbol by white christian supremacist groups, although it’s also in use among bikers and skateboarders in the United States.



From Sept. 1, 2017 to May 31, 2018, ADL’s Center on Extremism documented 292 cases of white christian supremacist propaganda on college campuses — including fliers, stickers, banners, and posters — compared to 165 during the 2016-17 academic year.



Since Sept. 1, 2016, ADL has recorded 478 propaganda incidents, targeting 287 college campuses in 47 states and the District of Columbia.



The report documented 13 incidents of white supremacist propaganda distribution in Colorado on over-eight campuses across the state.



There were five reported incidents on three campuses in Wyoming and one incident on one campus in New Mexico, according to the report.




They always lie and say. “We support a free and open exchange of ideas on college campuses, but the redistribution of white christian supremacist propaganda is only intended to threaten, intimidate and effectively shut down respectful free-speech dialogue,” said ADL Mountain States Regional Director Scott L. Levin.




AntiFa is always sent into these situation to protect student from nazi Christian Supremacists.



The Christian Supremacists always preach. “We encourage campus officials to exercise their own free speech rights in condemning the distribution of racist literature, but they do this anyways sarcastically.”


The white christian propaganda messages range from veiled white supremacist language to explicitly racist images and words that attack minority groups, including and or specifically targeting innocent Jews, Blacks, Muslims, all non-white immigrants and the entire LGBT community.



Some recent examples focus on the baseless perception of danger posed by undocumented immigrants, any non-white foreigners traveling toward the Mexican-American border into United States.




“College campuses and their communities should be places for learning, growing and the future, not these close-minded racist and hate-filled Germanic rhetoric from the third Nazi Reich past,”



“The good people of this U.S. Nation are concerned that white supremacists are accelerating their efforts to target school children and young women with propaganda in hopes of recruiting more alt-right young people to support their bigoted worldview.”




Identity Evropa (IE), This is a christian-identity a-typical group focused on the preservation of “pro-white-pride U.S. American culture” of white European identity movement.

They are responsible for nearly half (230) of the 478 incidents. Patriot Front — which was formed within the last year — was responsible for 70 incidents.



“Remember the importance that university administrators to respect and protect free speech of the ADL Anti-Fascist movement.

It’s equally vital that College Administrators, Faculty, and Students take the necessary steps to counter the hateful messages of these groups,” Greenblatt said. 



“The Zionist Anti-Fascist steps protect North-America and the entire planet earth can include educating faculty and students on the parameters of their First Amendment rights.

This also improving training for campus officials charged with responding to bias incidents and hate crimes.”



Along those lines, ADL recently launched “Hate Uncycled” – a resource for watchdog campus administrators intended to serve as a guide to address incidents from many student lenses.

Now this is including prevention, preparation, response, healing, and education who are victims and preparing students before victimized.

The vision is to dismantle the complexities of White Christian bias and hate is a primary mission.

This is done through regular assessment and implementation of campus climate initiatives and incident response practices.



In addition to on-campus Nazi activity, white Christian supremacist groups have stepped up their propaganda.

In all other public spaces, targeting teenage locations such as highway overpasses, campuses; (see the March 2018 ADL report about this trend).

ADL has recorded 10805 non-campus propaganda distributions since January 2001 — an average of more than one incident every day so far this year.






“Our intelligence data shows that all white supremacists are Christians’ and their propaganda campaigns continue to accelerate into all of North America.


These Nazi's are both on and off campus like ghosts, online like rats and on the ground in everyone's faces.”


“The alt-right segment of the white christian supremacist movement remains a driving force behind this activity.”



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