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23rd November 2016, 02:31 AM

So, when I saw this picture from NPI – originally tweeted by Tila Tequlia and now circulating through the entire media:

I was just like “yeah, wow, that guy on the left sure looks like a Jew…”

And lookie here what Ghoul dug up…


Yes, that is the guy with the glasses outside of NPI smoking on the sidewalk with another guy, telling someone they are Jews and they came to NPI to investigate.

Off camera, someone asks “so what are you doing at NPI?”

The one with the glasses then says, “we’re Jews, we’re just here to see what it’s like … we are Jews. I’m not kidding, we are Jews and we’re here to see what it’s like.”

The second Jew then says “like it’s not really right for you to like hate on Jews that want to go check out what this thing is like,” he then sees someone filming and says, “hey don’t film this, cuz I’m Jewish and I wanna see what this thing is like on the inside.”

So: how very interesting that the fact which is been blasted across the media as representing this Nazi conference is in fact a Jew Ratface.

I’m not even against throwing up Roman salutes at these conferences, and in fact find it hilarious. What I am against is having a Jew Ratface (and an Asian pornstar) as the face of the face of neo-Nazism.

If Spencer is now going to be a representative of the neo-Nazi agenda, he needs to tighten-up his ship. The last thing we need is the world believing that neo-Nazis are just a bunch of kikes and gooks.

At future NPI conferences, Spencer needs to issue a blanket ban on the Hebrew people.

23rd November 2016, 01:10 PM



25th November 2016, 08:00 PM
USHMM takes on the Alt-Right
Published by carolyn on Wed, 2016-11-23 22:22

Richard Spencer, Jared Taylor and Kevin MacDonald talking about White people's interests in relation to Pres-elect Donald Trump inspires images like this to the United States Holocaust Museum staff.

Hadding Scott has posted a good article at the CODOH website in response to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's over-reacion by Andrew Hollinger concerning Richard Spencer's Saturday night NPI conference in Washington D.C. Hadding writes:

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is obviously not just a museum, but has a mission of political propaganda in service to specifically Jewish interests. On Monday, 21 November 2016, the museum issued a public condemnation of statements reported to have been made by Richard Spencer in a speech at a conference of his National Policy Institute two days earlier, just a short distance from the USHMM. The museum declared itself “deeply alarmed” and called for action.

The text of the declaration makes clear that the author of the museum's proclamation did not even bother to make a careful determination of what Spencer had said, but simply trusted accounts given by news-media. The USHMM really did not have to rely on press-reports, since the conference was streamed live on YouTube, and the content was accessible immediately afterward. Because the USHMM relied on news-media, its account of what Spencer said is not entirely accurate.

Continue reading at Codoh.com http://codoh.com/library/document/4154/