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White Supremacist (Domestic Terrorist) in America Have Killed More Americans Than Terrorist

White supremacist, white nationalist, right-wing extremists, the KKK, white mobs and other white supremacist groups are domestic terrorist, they have killed more Americans than external terrorist. The KKK may have given up their sheets for suits and changed their name to the alt-right or other names to hide who they are, but at their core, they are nothing more than angry white people who are afraid of they are losing power and hate people who are not white and Jews. More and more evangelicals and Christian conservatives are falling into the White nationalist/white supremacist category preaching racism, hate, intolerance and violence against people who are white, which is not Christian. White supremacist, white nationalist, right-wing extremists, the KKK, white mobs and other white supremacist groups are domestic terrorist and should be branded as the domestic terrorist they are. Next to Donald J. Trump white supremacist, white nationalist, right-wing extremists are the greatest threat America faces.
This page, White Racist Have Been Killing and Terrorizing Black People for Over 150 Years and White Supremacist Infiltration Of Law Enforcement And Public Office are dedicated to shining a light on the threat white supremacist, white nationalist, right-wing extremists, the KKK, white mobs and other white supremacist groups are to America and you. When white nationalist/white supremacist attack they do not take time to see who they are about to harm which means all Americans are at risk no matter the color of their skin. Read more to find out how much of a danger white nationalist, right-wing extremists, the KKK and other white supremacist groups are to you, your family and all Americas. #WhiteSupremacist, #WhiteNationalist, #RightWingExtremists, #KKK, #Racist, #Racism, #Hate, #Bigot

White supremacists are infiltrating our law enforcement agencies, our armed forces and public office to protect and, promote the white supremacist agenda.

By Toby Luckhurst

Following state elections in 1898, white supremacists moved into the US port of Wilmington, North Carolina, then the largest city in the state. They destroyed black-owned businesses, murdered black residents, and forced the elected local government - a coalition of white and black politicians - to resign en masse. Historians have described it as the only coup in US history. Its ringleaders took power the same day as the insurrection and swiftly brought in laws to strip voting and civil rights from the state's black population. They faced no consequences. Wilmington's story has been thrust into the spotlight after a violent mob assaulted the US Capitol on 6 January, seeking to stop the certification of November's presidential election result. More than 120 years after its insurrection, the city is still grappling with its violent past. more...

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White supremacy or white supremacism is a racist ideology based upon the belief that white people are superior in many ways to people of other races, and that therefore, white people should be dominant over other races. White supremacy has roots in scientific racism, and it often relies on pseudoscientific arguments. Like most similar movements such as neo-Nazism, white supremacists typically oppose members of other races as well as Jews. The term is also typically used to describe a political ideology that perpetuates and maintains the social, political, historical or institutional domination by white people (as evidenced by historical and contemporary sociopolitical structures such as the Atlantic slave trade, Jim Crow laws in the United States, and apartheid in South Africa). Different forms of white supremacism put forth different conceptions of who is considered white, and different groups of white supremacists identify various racial and cultural groups as their primary enemy.

And now, as separated families try to reunite, it’s worth thinking back on black American families’ attempts to do the same after the Civil War.

This page was added due to the increasing number of incidents around America in which white people call police on black people going about their everyday activities. We had Driving while black (DWB) and Walking While Black (WWB). Now Just Being Black (JBB) will cause you problems. Racism in America is nothing new black people have been killed simply for looking at a white woman or because of a perceived disrespect towards a white person.

Clyde W. Ford

On Feb. 18, 1868, in Charleston, S.C., Radical Republican Solomon George Washington Dill, known as S.G.W. Dill, rose at South Carolina’s Second Constitutional Convention to offer a resolution that would protect sharecroppers and tenant farmers, including formerly enslaved Black people, from gouging by white landowners. The resolution was tabled but when Dill, a white man, was allowed to speak, he said, “I insist on giving the poor man justice and all that truly belongs to him . . . Numbers of them are oppressed; numbers are without homes, without shelter, and cannot obtain it unless they give more than one-half of their physical labor to their landlords for shelter … I am begged to do something for them towards keeping the landlords in check.” In taking this strong stand, Dill put his life at risk. Elected to represent Kershaw County he never got to serve his full term in Columbia. On the night of June 4, 1868, Dill was assassinated by assailants who were never found, though many reported the men belonged to the Ku Klux Klan. Dill’s killing fit the pattern of Klan violence against whites who acted in the interests of the poor against the interests of wealthy landowners. During Reconstruction, the Klan acted as the paramilitary arm of the Southern Democratic Party and of white landowners. The Klan’s goal was simple: keep the poor, Black and white, from encroaching on the economic power of the wealthy. Ultimately, the Klan and their wealthy white backers were victorious but not before the formerly enslaved, and their supporters, scored several major victories that were then ripped away through white violence.

A white supremacist ran down and killed a young black man in Oregon has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for 28 years

By Ryan J. Reilly and Christopher Mathias

The latest setback in a domestic terrorism-related case shows how much tougher it is for the feds to prosecute neo-Nazis than Muslim extremists. A federal judge this week cited the First Amendment in tossing criminal charges against three members of a neo-Nazi organization accused of conspiring to assault their ideological opponents, handing the government another defeat in its struggle to curtail white supremacist violence. Robert Rundo, Robert Boman and Aaron Eason, all members of the violent white nationalist group Rise Above Movement (RAM), were charged last year under the federal Anti-Riot Act in connection with their actions at political rallies across California in 2017.

White supremacists were responsible for twice as many U.S. murders as  Islamic extremists were reponsible for last year, according to a new report. Extremists of all stripes killed 34 people last year in the U.S., according to the Anti-Defamation League’s “Murder and Extremism in the United States in 2017”  report. Of those 34 deaths, white supremacists were responsible for 18 —  more than half — while Islamic extremists were linked to 9, the report  found. The number of murders committed  by white supremacists doubled from the number of white  supremacist-linked killings in 2016, according to the report. Included  in that number is the death of Heather Heyer, who was protesting a white  nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., when rally attendee James Fields, 20, allegedly ran her over with his car.

Baffling as it may sound, white supremacists blame Jews for political shifts in America that granted blacks their civil rights and enabled waves of Hispanic immigration. Jews, they say, are the root of all evil. Some of the first images and videos that came out of the white supremacist rally at the University of Virginia last weekend featured chants and imagery against Jews. "Jews will not replace us!" the tiki-torch bearing protesters shouted as they marched Friday night. "Blood and soil!" (the latter is an English version of a Nazi slogan). Throughout the day Saturday, marchers displayed swastikas on shirts, flags and posters, as well as quotes from Adolf Hitler.

They yelled "Heil Hitler!" and "Heil Trump!" And they stood outside a local Jewish temple with guns.  As a result, some have wondered why white supremacists – a group associated with xenophobia and racism against people of color – would show such a strong outpouring of anti-Semitism. After all, aren’t many Jews in the United States white? (According to Pew, 94 percent of Jews identify as such.) Not according to neo-Nazis, who believe American Jews are a non-white race that is ruining the country. Longtime civil rights strategist Eric Ward says anti-Jewish sentiment is at the core of everything the Charlottesville rally goers stand for. "Anti-Semitism is part and parcel of the movement," Ward says. "It is the oxygen and the fuel that allows the engine of the alt-right and nationalist movement to thrive and breathe. It is the paper upon which all the other forms of bigotry are being written upon." The white nationalist worldview, he says, suggests whites are a minority under assault, and that Jews are seeking to take away their rights.

Over the years, Trump has repeatedly shown us he is a bully, a bigot, a racist and a white supremacist.

How the republican party uses racism, hate, fear, lies, propaganda, alternative facts, Russian propaganda and conspiracy theories to divide America and promote the radical right's agenda. Fox News and right-wing media are fake news that the Republican Party uses as its propaganda wings. Fox News and Right-Wing media use fake news, racism, hate, fear, lies, propaganda, alternative facts, Russian talking points, Russian propaganda and conspiracy theories to protect Republicans, promote the radical right's agenda, attack Democrats and divide our country.

With help from his allies, Fox News, right-wing media and some in the Republican Party; Donald J. Trump incited insurrection, sedition, attempted a coup d’etat and caused the sacking of the United States capital. Donald J. Trump’s coup attempt involved some House members, some Senate members, and Mike Pence overturning the election certification process with the hope that Trump could steal the election and steal the presidency. If those on the right really wanted to stop the steal, they should have told Trump to stop lying about the election and stop trying to steal the election. Trump sent his supporters to the United States capital in hopes that maybe they could scare congress into helping him over turn the election so he could remain the president.

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