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FTR #929 The Trumpenkampfverbande, Part 8: The Trumpen Kreis

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Waffen SS-clad World War II reenactors, in original photo used by Trump

Waffen SS-clad World War II reenactors, in original photo used by Trump

Introduction: The title of the program derives from “the Himmler Kreis”–Himmler’s circle of friends. In order to finance the day-to-day workings of the SS, Reichsfuhrer SS Heinrich Himmler drew on the economic favors of a group of industrialists and companies. Those donors, in turn, benefitted by drawing slave labor from the SS’s “inmate inventory,” thereby deriving economic benefit for their enterprises.

We borrow on the Third Reich term to characterize the Friends of Trump–the Trumpen Kreis.

Beginning with review of UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage, we note the “Brexit” architect’s support for Donald Trump. In addition, we note that Farage has a German wife. Under other circumstances this would be unremarkable. In the context of covert operations/clandestine politics, a romantic/sexual partner/spouse might also be a case officer and/or paymaster. 

We bring this up because the “Brexit” engineered by Farage and company removed a major obstacle to the creation of a German-dominated EU military force.  ” . . . . With Britain, which had always adamantly opposed an integrated EU military policy, leaving the EU, Berlin sees an opportunity for reviving its efforts at restructuring the EU’s military and mobilizing as many member countries as possible for the EU’s future wars. . . .”

Next, we underscore networking and similarities between different, contemporary fascist movements.

In FTR #889, we synopsized Pierre Omidyar’s political career, including his partial bankrolling of the Maidan coup that brought the heirs to the Nazi-allied OUN/B to power in Ukraine and his financial support for the election of Hindu nationalist/fascist Narendra Modi in India.

Interestingly, and perhaps significantly, Donald Trump has drawn support from Hindu nationalists of the Modi stripe. There is an important element of networking here: Trump campaign manager and “Alt-right” media figure Stephen K. Bannon is a supporter of Modi’s movement, as well as that of Nigel Farage.

” . . . . Mr. Trump may be largely indifferent to the reasons behind his Hindu loyalists’ fervor, but his most senior advisers are not. The campaign’s chief executive, Stephen K. Bannon, is a student of nationalist movements. Mr. Bannon is close to Nigel Farage, a central figure in Britain’s movement to leave the European Union, and he is an admirer of India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi, a Hindu nationalist Mr. Bannon has called ‘the Reagan of India.’

It may be pure coincidence that some of Mr. Trump’s words channel the nationalistic and, some argue, anti-Muslim sentiments that Mr. Modi stoked as he rose to power. But it is certainly not coincidental that many of Mr. Trump’s biggest Hindu supporters are also some of Mr. Modi’s most ardent backers. . . .”

In FTR #882, we noted similarities in fascist movements around the world, highlighting similarities between Hindu nationalist/fascists from Modi’s RSS and European and American fascists. Those similarities are front and center in the overlap between supporters of Modi and those of Trump. The Trumpenkampfverbande and Modi’s cadre demonize Muslims.

Trump has also received the support of the mercurial, bombastic Russian fascist Vladimir Zhirinovsky, whose political career was launched with the assistance of Gerhard Frey, a prominent German Nazi. Trump and Zhirinovsky have overlapping political styles: ” . . . . His combative style, reminiscent of Trump’s, ensures him plenty of television air time and millions of votes in Russian elections, often from the kind of blue-collar workers who are the bedrock of the U.S. Republican candidate’s support.

Zhirinovsky once proposed blocking off mostly Muslim southern Russia with a barbed wire fence, echoing Trump’s call for a wall along the U.S. border with Mexico.

Zhirinovsky, who said he met Trump in New York in 2002, revels in his similarities with the American businessman – they are the same age, favor coarse, sometimes misogynistic language and boast about putting their own country first. . . .”

Supplementing discussion about Zhirinovsky, we underscore some of Frey’s political resume.

In an excerpt from FTR #94 (recorded on 5/05/1998), we note that Vladimir Zhirinovsky’s political career received funding from Gerhard Frey, who was very close to Reinhard Gehlen and whose anti-U.S./anti-NATO political stance resonates with Donald Trump’s rhetoric. It was Frey whose Deutsche National Zeitung and Soldaten Zeitung first published the disinformation that Lee Harvey Oswald fired at Major General Edwin Walker. (Supposedly this was first disclosed to the Warren Commission in early December of 1963. Frey published it in his paper on 11/29/1963!)

Frey’s newspaper has a number of Nazis and “former” SS men on its staff, and is close to the OUN/B. The Maidan coup–financed in part by Pierre Omidyar–brought the heirs to the OUN/B to power.

In FTR #921, we noted that Trump kept a book of Hitler’s speeches by his bed and read it to gain tips on the use of rhetoric. He appears to have borrowed a play from Der Fuhrer’s rhetorical playbook when addressing the Values Voters Summit:

” . . . He regaled the crowd of Christian voters in his usual bombastic way, but near the end of the speech, Trump seemed to play into the hands of his accusers who claim that not only does Trump remind people of infamous dictators like Italian fascist Benito Mussolini and German Nazi leader Adolf Hitler with his jingoism, blatant nativist nationalism, and over-the-top fact-twisting scapegoating, but he sounds like them as well. He paraphrased the infamous Nazi Party slogan, ‘Ein volk, ein reich, ein Fuhrer!’ . . . 

. . . . If one saw the speech, or watches it in replay, Trump begins raising his voice on the first use of the word ‘one,’emphasizing each part of the verbal triptych. Not only does he invoke the traditional lines from the Pledge of Allegiance, he progresses from, just as the Nazi Party slogan does, ‘one people’ (‘ein volk’) to ‘under one god’ (an implied unified Christian nation or ‘ein reich’) to ‘one flag’ (‘ein Fuhrer,’ the symbol of a unified nation). . . .”

Trump is also borrowing a rhetorical page from the Nazi playbook in his attacks on the press: ” . . . . On Saturday night, a new and foreign accusation came to the fore: ‘Lügenpresse!’

The term, which means ‘lying press’ in German, has a history dating back to the mid-1800s and was used by the Nazis to discredit the media. In recent years, it has been revived by German far-right anti-immigrant groups. And on Saturday, it made an appearance at a Trump rally in Cleveland, Ohio. . .

. . . . Breitbart News [edited by Trump campaign manager Stephen K. Bannon] reported favorably on the term in an interview earlier this year with the leader of the German far-right group PEGIDA, writing, ‘It will come as no surprise to many that the mainstream media would lash out against a word that highlights their own, intentional failings. But [Lutz] Bachmann’s PEGIDA has popularized the term to the point where it has become a pillar — even a rallying cry — for the nationalist, populist movements across the continent.’ . . .

. . . . Meanwhile, the hatred toward the press among the larger population of Trump supporters grows increasingly pronounced nearly every day. In these final weeks of the campaign, at nearly every rally, Trump riles up his audience against the press as reporters sit in the media pen, easy targets for vitriol. Reporters disembarking the press bus at Trump’s rally in Naples, Florida, on Sunday, the day after the ‘lügenpresse’ incident, were immediately greeted by boos and shouts of ‘Tell the truth!’ . . . ”

Note that PEGIDA mints political currency from its anti-immigrant/anti-Muslim stance.

Concluding the broadcast, we note that David French, a conservative veteran of the Iraq war, has been viciously trolled by Trump’s Alt-Right followers because of his adoption of an Ethiopian orphan: ” . . . . In particular, the alt-right made a point to attack French’s youngest daughter, whom his family had adopted from Ethiopia. You see, alt-righters view bringing in children of color to America as the ultimate betrayal of the white race, which is why they had particular scorn for French.

‘I saw images of my daughter’s face in gas chambers, with a smiling Trump in a Nazi uniform preparing to press a button and kill her,’ he writes. ‘I saw her face photo-shopped into images of slaves. She was called a ‘niglet’ and a ‘dindu.’ The alt-right unleashed on my wife, Nancy, claiming that she had slept with black men while I was deployed to Iraq, and that I loved to watch while she had sex with ‘black bucks.’ People sent her pornographic images of black men having sex with white women, with someone photoshopped to look like me, watching. . . .There is nothing at all rewarding, enjoyable, or satisfying about seeing man after man after man brag in graphic terms that he has slept with your wife. It’s unsettling to have a phone call interrupted, watch images of murder flicker across your screen, and read threatening e-mails. It’s sobering to take your teenage kids out to the farm to make sure they’re both proficient with handguns in case an intruder comes when they’re home alone.

Program Highlights Include: 

  • Review of Trump’s links to the Steuben Society.
  • Review of the Steuben Society’s participation in the Nazi Fifth Column in this society prior to World War II.
  • Review of the Steuben Society’s participation in the postwar Underground Reich Fifth Column after World War II.
  • Brief discussion of a “Blacks for Trump” activist, who has a background in a murderous, anti-Semitic cult.

1a. One of Trump’s most vocal and visible supporters abroad has been Nigel Farage head of the UK Independence Party and a primary architect of the “Brexit.”

“Obscene Donald Trump Comments ‘Alpha Male Boasting;’ BBC; 10/09/2016.

Obscene remarks made about women by US presidential candidate Donald Trump were no more than “alpha male boasting”, Nigel Farage has said.

The UKIP interim leader told Fox News the remarks were “ugly” but something “if we are being honest that men do”.

Mr Trump’s remarks, made 11 years ago, have led at least 33 senior Republicans to withdraw their support from his presidential bid. . . .

1b. Interesting, and possibly significant, is the fact that Farage has a German wife. In other circumstances, this might well be insignificant. In the world of clandestine operations, however, a wife or paramour can be a case officer and/or paymaster.

In this context, we note that Britain’s unwillingness to contribute forces to a German-dominated, all-EU military structure that was a significant element in generating sympathy for the Brexit in British power elite circles.

We wonder if Farage may have been carrying water for the Germans in this regard. Certainly, the Brexit removed a significant obstacle to the all-EU army. The Brexit figures to damage Britain in the years to come. Was the intent of Farage’s movement to deal a significant blow to one of Germany’s most effective opponents in the Second World War?

“Alleged Sighting of Farage at German Embassy Sparks Citizenship Speculation” by John Henley; The Guardian; 8/16/2016.

A reported sighting of Nigel Farage queuing at the German embassy has prompted fevered, but probably inaccurate, speculation on social media that the Eurosceptic former Ukip leader could be applying for dual citizenship.
A spokesman said he could not contact Farage – whose wife, Kirsten Mehr, is German – so was unable to confirm whether he had even been at the embassy on Monday when a Facebook user reported seeing him.
“There is absolutely nothing at this point to corroborate that he was actually there,” the spokesman said. “So far, all there is to suggest this is one Facebook post. Since when does one Facebook post make a story?”
Sources close to Farage subsequently said the suggestion he might be applying for dual nationality was not true. . . . .

1c. Next, we review the opposition of the UK to the concept of an all-EU military structure–an obstacle now removed, thanks to the Nigel Farage-led “Brexit.” ” . . . . With Britain, which had always adamantly opposed an integrated EU military policy, leaving the EU, Berlin sees an opportunity for reviving its efforts at restructuring the EU’s military and mobilizing as many member countries as possible for the EU’s future wars. . . .”

The European War Union;” german-foreign-policy.com; 6/28/2016.

Together with his French counterpart, the German foreign minister has announced the EU’s transformation to become a “political union” and its resolute militarization for global military operations. In a joint position paper, Frank-Walter Steinmeier (SPD) and Jean-Marc Ayrault (PS) are calling for the EU’s comprehensive military buildup, based on a division of labor, to enable future global military operations. Following the Brexit, the EU should, step-by-step, become an “independent” and “global” actor. All forces must be mobilized and all “of the EU’s political instruments” must be consolidated into an “integrated” EU foreign and military policy. Steinmeier and Ayrault are therefore pushing for a “European Security Compact,” which calls for maintaining “employable high-readiness forces” and establishing “standing maritime forces.” The European Council should meet once a year as “European Security Council.” Before this paper was made public, Germany’s foreign minister and chancellor had made comments also promoting a German global policy and massive rearmament, possibly also with EU-support.

The EU’s Global Mission

In a joint position paper propagated by the German foreign ministry yesterday, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier (SPD) along with his French counterpart, Jean-Marc Ayrault (PS) announced steps toward a political union. They noted that Britain’s withdrawal from the EU has created “a new situation” with consequences “for the entire EU.”[1] Berlin and Paris “firmly believe” that the EU provides “a historically unique and indispensable framework” not only for “the pursuit of freedom, prosperity, and security in Europe,” but also “for contributing to peace and stability in the world.” Therefore, further steps will be made “towards a political union in Europe” and “other European states” are invited “to join us in this endeavor.” The EU should become “more coherent and more assertive on the world stage.” It is not only an actor “in its direct neighborhood” but also on “a global scale.” In their paper, Steinmeier and Ayrault wrote, “on a more contested and competitive international scene, France and Germany will promote the EU as an independent [!] and global [!] actor.”

European Security Compact

To implement the EU policies of global power, Steinmeier and his French counterpart drew up elements for a “European Security Compact.” “External crises” have become “more numerous” and have moved geographically “closer to Europe both east and south of its borders.” There is no mention that the EU and its major powers have significantly contributed to the fomenting war and civil war – euphemized by Steinmeier and Ayrault as “crises”: In Ukraine, by seeking, through the Association Agreement, to fully integrate the country into its sphere of hegemony;[2] in Libya, through its aggression, ousting the Gaddafi government;[3] or in Syria, through its political and low-intensity military support of an increasingly jihadist-controlled insurgency.[4] Nevertheless, the German foreign minister and his French counterpart announce that they not only support “the emerging government of national accord in Libya,” but that they are also “convinced that Africa needs a continuous commitment, being a continent of great challenges and opportunities.”

Maximum of Insecurity

According to Steinmeier and Ayrault, the “European Security Compact” will be comprehensive and include “all aspects of security and defense dealt with at the European level.” The foreign ministers write that the EU must “ensure the security of our citizens.” However, the concrete demands indicate that the “European Security Compact” will, of course, not bring greater security, but rather the contrary, a maximum of insecurity – an increase in EU-provoked wars and the inevitable effects, they will have on the centers of European prosperity.[5]

Everything for Policies of Global Power

As a first step, the paper written by France and Germany’s foreign ministers proposes that “a common analysis of our strategic environment” be made. These reviews will be regularly prepared “by an independent situation assessment capability, based on the EU intelligence and situation centre” and submitted and discussed at the “Foreign Affairs Council and at the European Council.” On the basis of this common “understanding,” the EU should “establish agreed strategic priorities for its foreign and security policy.” It is political experience that reaching an “understanding” in the process of foreign and military policy standardization, the standpoint of the strongest member-state – Germany – will be taken particularly into consideration. The results should then be “more effectively” than ever, implemented “as real policy,” according to the paper. The objective is an “integrated EU foreign and security policy bringing together all [!] EU policy instruments.”

Arms, Arms, Arms

Steinmeier and Ayrault write in detail that to “plan and conduct civil and military operations more effectively,” the EU should institute a “permanent civil-military chain of command.” In addition, it must “be able to rely on employable high-readiness forces.” In order to “live up to the growing security challenges,” Europeans need “to step up their defense efforts.” For this, the European member states should “reaffirm and abide by the commitments made collectively on defense budgets and the portion of spending dedicated to the procurement of equipment and to research and technology (R and T).” A few days ago, Chancellor Angela Merkel had already taken the first step in this direction, when she declared that Germany’s defense budget should now begin to converge with that of the United States, in terms of their respective GDP percentages – Germany spends 1.2 percent of its GDP on military, while the US spends 3.4 percent.[6] Next, Steinmeier and Ayrault explain that a “European semester” should support the coordination of the individual member countries’ future military planning. “Synergism” is the objective. Throughout the EU, an arms buildup must be as coordinated and efficient as possible. The EU should provide common financing for its operations. “Member states” could establish permanent structured cooperation in the field of defense “or push ahead to launch operations.” Particularly important is “establishing standing maritime forces” or acquiring “EU-owned capabilities in other key areas.”

More Domestic Repression

The Social Democrat Steinmeier and the Socialist Ayrault write that to ensure “internal security,” the “operational capacity” must be enhanced at the EU level. This includes making the best use of “retention of flight passenger data (PNR)” – the “data exchange within the EU” must be “improved” – but also “making the best use of Europol and its counterterrorism centre.” “In the medium term,” there should otherwise be the “creation of a European platform for intelligence cooperation.” Last weekend, SPD Chair, Sigmar Gabriel and the President of the European Parliament, Martin Schulz (SPD) called for the extension of domestic repression as well as the creation of a “European FBI.”[7]

Seize the Opportunity

Just a few days ago, Foreign Minister Steinmeier declared in the US journal “Foreign Affairs” that Germany has become “a major power” and will “try its best” on the world stage “to hold as much ground as possible.”[8] With Britain, which had always adamantly opposed an integrated EU military policy, leaving the EU, Berlin sees an opportunity for reviving its efforts at restructuring the EU’s military and mobilizing as many member countries as possible for the EU’s future wars.

[1] This and the following quotes are taken from “A strong Europe in a World of Uncertainties” – Joint contribution by the French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault and Federal Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier. www.auswaertiges-amt.de.
[2] See Expansive Ambitions and Die Verantwortung Berlins.
[3] See Vom Westen befreit (II).
[4] See Forced to Flee (I).
[5] Zu den Rückwirkungen der von europäischen Staaten geführten Kriege s. etwa Der Krieg kehrt heimDer Krieg kehrt heim (II) and Der Krieg kehrt heim (III).
[6] See Auf Weltmachtniveau.
[7] See Flexible Union with a European FBI.
[8] See Auf Weltmachtniveau.

2. In FTR #889, we synopsized Pierre Omidyar’s political career, including his partial bankrolling of the Maidan coup that brought the heirs to the Nazi-allied OUN/B to power in Ukraine and his financial support for the election of Hindu nationalist/fascist Narendra Modi in India.

Interestingly, and perhaps significantly, Donald Trump has drawn support from Hindu nationalists of the Modi stripe.

There is an important element of networking here: Stephen K. Bannon is a supporter of Modi’s movement, as well as that of Nigel Farage.

” . . . . Mr. Trump may be largely indifferent to the reasons behind his Hindu loyalists’ fervor, but his most senior advisers are not. The campaign’s chief executive, Stephen K. Bannon, is a student of nationalist movements. Mr. Bannon is close to Nigel Farage, a central figure in Britain’s movement to leave the European Union, and he is an admirer of India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi, a Hindu nationalist Mr. Bannon has called ‘the Reagan of India.’

It may be pure coincidence that some of Mr. Trump’s words channel the nationalistic and, some argue, anti-Muslim sentiments that Mr. Modi stoked as he rose to power. But it is certainly not coincidental that many of Mr. Trump’s biggest Hindu supporters are also some of Mr. Modi’s most ardent backers. . . .”

In FTR #882, we noted similarities in fascist movements around the world, highlighting similarities between Hindu nationalist/fascists from Modi’s RSS and European and American fascists. Those similarities are front and center in the overlap between supporters of Modi and those of Trump. The Trumpenkampfverbande and Modi’s cadre demonize Muslims.

“Among Donald Trump’s Biggest Fans: Hindu Nationalists” by Jeremy Peters; The New York Times; 10/14/2016.

. . . . This celebration of Mr. Trump in New Delhi in May, and others like it in India this year, are the work of a small, devoted and increasingly visible faction of Hindu nationalists in India and the United States who see Mr. Trump as the embodiment of the cocksure, politically incorrect, strongman brand of politics they admire.

That some of Mr. Trump’s most passionate followers are Indian may seem, at first, somewhat strange, given how fond he is of scorning Asian countries where cheap labor saps demand for American workers. A poll on Asian-Americans’ political leanings conducted in August and September found that just 7 percent of Indian-Americans said they would vote for Mr. Trump.

But in one of the more peculiar pairings of this most peculiar political season, Mr. Trump has unwittingly fashioned a niche constituency in the overlap between the Indian right and the American right, which share a lot of the same anxieties about terrorism, immigration and the loss of prestige that they believe their leaders have been too slow to reverse. . . .

. . . . “There’s a lot of parallels there,” said Shalabh Kumar, the founding chairman of the Republican Hindu Coalition. “Mr. Trump is all about development, development, development; prosperity, prosperity, prosperity; tremendous job growth. And at the same time, he recognizes the need to control the borders.”

As one of Mr. Trump’s biggest Hindu financial backers, Mr. Kumar, who runs an electronics manufacturing company in Illinois and grew up in the state of Punjab along the Pakistani border, has helped organize a speech by the Republican nominee in Edison, N.J., at a Bollywood-themed charity concert on Saturday. The proceeds will benefit terrorism victims.

“It will be an incredible evening,” Mr. Trump said in a video promoting it, one of the few ethnic events he has agreed to do during this campaign.

Mr. Trump may be largely indifferent to the reasons behind his Hindu loyalists’ fervor, but his most senior advisers are not. The campaign’s chief executive, Stephen K. Bannon, is a student of nationalist movements. Mr. Bannon is close to Nigel Farage, a central figure in Britain’s movement to leave the European Union, and he is an admirer of India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi, a Hindu nationalist Mr. Bannon has called “the Reagan of India.”

It may be pure coincidence that some of Mr. Trump’s words channel the nationalistic and, some argue, anti-Muslim sentiments that Mr. Modi stoked as he rose to power. But it is certainly not coincidental that many of Mr. Trump’s biggest Hindu supporters are also some of Mr. Modi’s most ardent backers.

At times, the similarity of Mr. Trump’s and Mr. Modi’s political vocabulary is striking. . . .

3a. Trump has also received the support of the mercurial, bombastic Russian fascist Vladimir Zhirinovsky, whose political career was launched with the financial assistance of Gerhard Frey, a prominent German Nazi.

“Putin Ally Tells Americans: Vote for Trump or Face Nuclear War” by Andrew Osborn; Reuters; 10/12/2016.

Americans should vote for Donald Trump as president next month or risk being dragged into a nuclear war, according to a Russian ultra-nationalist ally of President Vladimir Putin who likes to compare himself to the U.S. Republican candidate.

Vladimir Zhirinovsky, a flamboyant veteran lawmaker known for his fiery rhetoric, told Reuters in an interview that Trump was the only person able to de-escalate dangerous tensions between Moscow and Washington.

By contrast, Trump’s Democratic rival Hillary Clinton could spark World War Three, said Zhirinovsky, who received a top state award from Putin after his pro-Kremlin Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR) came third in Russia’s parliamentary election last month.

Many Russians regard Zhirinovsky as a clownish figure who makes outspoken statements to grab attention but he is also widely viewed as a faithful servant of Kremlin policy, sometimes used to float radical opinions to test public reaction. . . .
. . . . Zhirinovsky likes to shock liberal public opinion and he has frequently heaped scorn on the West, which he and other Russian nationalists regard as decadent, hypocritical and corrupted by political correctness.

His combative style, reminiscent of Trump’s, ensures him plenty of television air time and millions of votes in Russian elections, often from the kind of blue-collar workers who are the bedrock of the U.S. Republican candidate’s support.

Zhirinovsky once proposed blocking off mostly Muslim southern Russia with a barbed wire fence, echoing Trump’s call for a wall along the U.S. border with Mexico.

Zhirinovsky, who said he met Trump in New York in 2002, revels in his similarities with the American businessman – they are the same age, favor coarse, sometimes misogynistic language and boast about putting their own country first. Zhirinovsky has even said he wants a DNA test to see if he is related to Trump. . . .

. . . .In other comments that have delighted Moscow, Trump has questioned the value of NATO for Washington, has spoken ambiguously about Russia’s 2014 annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea and suggested that the United States under his leadership would adopt a more isolationist foreign policy. . . .

4b. In an excerpt from FTR #94 (recorded on 5/05/1998), we note that Vladimir Zhirinovsky’s political career received funding from Gerhard Frey, who was very close to Reinhard Gehlen and whose anti-U.S./anti-NATO political stance resonates with Donald Trump’s rhetoric. It was Frey whose Deutsche National Zeitung and Soldaten Zeitung first published the disinformation that Lee Harvey Oswald fired at Major General Edwin Walker. (Supposedly this was first disclosed to the Warren Commission in early December of 1963. Frey published it in his paper on 11/29/1963!)

Frey’s newspaper has a number of Nazis and “former” SS men on its staff, and is close to the OUN/B. The Maidan coup brought the heirs to the OUN/B to power.

Notice how the fascist, er “alt-right” parties in Europe in 1998 correspond to contemporary fascist parties in the U.S. and Europe.

5a. In FTR #’s 918 and 919, we explored the Buerger Zeitung’s “Open Letter to Stalin,” a gambit that we feel corresponds well to Donald Trump’s relatively benign comments bout Putin/Ukraine/Crimea etc. In addition to the “all things Steuben” orientation of Trump advisor Joseph E. Schmitz, we note Donald Trump’s links to the Steuben Society milieu.

Recall that, as we saw in FTR #918, the Steuben Society was part of the Nazi Fifth Column in this country prior to World War II and the Underground Reich presence in the aftermath of the conflict.

“Donald Trump;” wikipedia.

. . . . Trump has said that he is proud of his German heritage; he served as grand marshal of the 1999 German-American Steuben Parade in New York City.[12][nb 1]. . . . .

5b. More about Trump’s association with the Steuben society.

“NY Restaurant Takes Down Trump Photo Amid Yelp Complaints” by Sarah Tisinger; WQAD.com; 8/5/2016.

. . . . “He is also very involved with the Steuben association and wished us luck when we opened the restaurant 8 years ago with that picture. Does not mean we support his views. . . .

6. In FTR #921, we noted that Trump kept a book of Hitler’s speeches by his bed and read it to gain tips on the use of rhetoric. He appears to have borrowed a play from Der Fuhrer’s rhetorical playbook when addressing the Values Voters Summit.

” . . . He regaled the crowd of Christian voters in his usual bombastic way, but near the end of the speech, Trump seemed to play into the hands of his accusers who claim that not only does Trump remind people of infamous dictators like Italian fascist Benito Mussolini and German Nazi leader Adolf Hitler with his jingoism, blatant nativist nationalism, and over-the-top fact-twisting scapegoating, but he sounds like them as well. He paraphrased the infamous Nazi Party slogan, ‘Ein volk, ein reich, ein Fuhrer!’ . . . 

. . . . If one saw the speech, or watches it in replay, Trump begins raising his voice on the first use of the word ‘one,’emphasizing each part of the verbal triptych. Not only does he invoke the traditional lines from the Pledge of Allegiance, he progresses from, just as the Nazi Party slogan does, ‘one people’ (‘ein volk’) to ‘under one god’ (an implied unified Christian nation or ‘ein reich’) to ‘one flag’ (‘ein Fuhrer,’ the symbol of a unified nation). . . .”

“Did Donald Trump Paraphrase Hitler’s Slogan ‘Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Fuhrer’ at Values Voters Summit?” by Norman Byrd; Inquisitr; 9/9/2016.

Donald Trump has been often accused of sounding like and/or patterning his speeches after Adolf Hitler, and after delivering his Values Voters Summit speech Friday in Washington, D.C., he’ll likely be accused of paraphrasing Hitler once again. Because inasmuch as many political speeches speak to nationalism and patriotism, and neither Trump nor Hitler are exceptions to the rule (and far from it), 2016 Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump seems to have taken a line straight from the Nazi Party slogan “Ein volk, Ein reich, Ein Fuhrer!” (“One people, one empire, one leader!”).

Right Side Broadcasting streamed the Values Voters Summit in Washington, D.C., live on YouTube Friday, September 9, presenting several speakers — such as Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani — at the annual conference. The main speaker, of course, was Republican Party nominee for president Donald Trump. He regaled the crowd of Christian voters in his usual bombastic way, but near the end of the speech, Trump seemed to play into the hands of his accusers who claim that not only does Trump remind people of infamous dictators like Italian fascist Benito Mussolini and German Nazi leader Adolf Hitler with his jingoism, blatant nativist nationalism, and over-the-top fact-twisting scapegoating, but he sounds like them as well. He paraphrased the infamous Nazi Party slogan, “Ein volk, ein reich, ein Fuhrer!”

After quoting from the book of John from the Christian bible, Trump spoke to people standing together in the United States. “Imagine what our country could accomplish if we started working together as one people, under one god, saluting one flag.”

If one saw the speech, or watches it in replay, Trump begins raising his voice on the first use of the word “one,” emphasizing each part of the verbal triptych. Not only does he invoke the traditional lines from the Pledge of Allegiance, he progresses from, just as the Nazi Party slogan does, “one people” (“ein volk”) to “under one god” (an implied unified Christian nation or “ein reich”) to “one flag” (“ein Fuhrer,” the symbol of a unified nation). . . .

7. It’s looking increasingly like a fundamental message of Donald Trump’s campaign in the final couple of weeks is going to be “I’m actually winning, and all those polls showing me not winning are from a lying media that’s trying to make me lose”.

” ‘Thieves and Crooks’: Trump Persists with Attacks on Media and Polls” by Ben Jacobs; The Guardian; 10/24/2016.

Republican nominee appears in Florida to deride US media and falsely claim hacked emails of Hillary Clinton campaign chair show poll rigging

Donald Trump escalated his rhetoric against the media and against pollsters on Monday, alleging that both were part of a “rigged system” trying to undermine his candidacy.

Speaking in a rally in St Augustine, Florida, Trump falsely claimed that hacked emails of John Podesta showed that the Clinton campaign chair was “rigging the polls by oversampling Democrats”.

The Republican nominee, whose campaign is managed by the pollster Kellyanne Conway, called this “a voter suppression technique”. Oversampling is a method used by pollsters to get better measurements of specific sub-groups and is entirely normal in polling.

The statement followed a tweet from the Republican on Monday morning in which he claimed: “Major story that the Dems are making up phony polls in order to suppress the the Trump [sic]. We are going to WIN!”Almost every independent poll has consistently shown a steady lead for Clinton since late July and Conway has repeatedly conceded in recent days that Trump is behind.

Trump also escalated his attacks on media. He said the press, which he described as being composed of “thieves and crooks”, may be even more corrupt than the rival whom he has repeatedly derided as “Crooked Hillary”. The Ivy League-educated Trump, who lives in an ornate penthouse on Fifth Avenue in New York, also slammed journalists as being out of touch with working Americans, saying: “The media is entitled, condescending and even contemptuous of people who don’t share their elitist views.” He warned vaguely of those who “rig the media” and said: “They can wield absolute power over your life, your economy, and your country.”

In addition, Trump complained at his rally, which was broadcast live on cable news: “Sometimes I’ll have these great events and it isn’t covered.” . . . .

8. News that Trump is trailing in the polls has been treated by his followers as journalistic dishonesty, expressed with the German term “lugenpresse”–lying press.

” . . . . On Saturday night, a new and foreign accusation came to the fore: ‘Lügenpresse!’

The term, which means ‘lying press’ in German, has a history dating back to the mid-1800s and was used by the Nazis to discredit the media. In recent years, it has been revived by German far-right anti-immigrant groups. And on Saturday, it made an appearance at a Trump rally in Cleveland, Ohio. . .

. . . . Breitbart News [edited by Trump campaign manager Stephen K. Bannon] reported favorably on the term in an interview earlier this year with the leader of the German far-right group PEGIDA, writing, ‘It will come as no surprise to many that the mainstream media would lash out against a word that highlights their own, intentional failings. But [Lutz] Bachmann’s PEGIDA has popularized the term to the point where it has become a pillar — even a rallying cry — for the nationalist, populist movements across the continent.’ . . .

. . . . Meanwhile, the hatred toward the press among the larger population of Trump supporters grows increasingly pronounced nearly every day. In these final weeks of the campaign, at nearly every rally, Trump riles up his audience against the press as reporters sit in the media pen, easy targets for vitriol. Reporters disembarking the press bus at Trump’s rally in Naples, Florida, on Sunday, the day after the ‘lügenpresse’ incident, were immediately greeted by boos and shouts of ‘Tell the truth!’ . . . ”

“The Alt-Right Has Adopted An Old Nazi Term For Reporters” by Rosie Gray; BuzzFeed; 10/24/2016.

“A sly reference,” says a white nationalist leader.

It’s become a familiar routine by now: Trump supporters haranguing the press at rallies, booing them and screaming at them.

“Tell the truth!” and “CNN sucks!” have become staples at nearly every Trump rally. On Saturday night, a new and foreign accusation came to the fore: “Lügenpresse!”

The term, which means “lying press” in German, has a history dating back to the mid-1800s and was used by the Nazis to discredit the media. In recent years, it has been revived by German far-right anti-immigrant groups. And on Saturday, it made an appearance at a Trump rally in Cleveland, Ohio.

After the rally finished, one man approached the press pen and shouted insults, accusing the media of being in the tank for the Clintons and being “bought and paid for.” Another man, wearing a Make America Great Again hat and holding a sign with the same slogan, walked up beside him and began yelling at the press that we were “lügenpresse,” adding that the phrase means “lying press” in German. The first man started shouting it too, then turned to the second and made a self-deprecating remark about not pronouncing it right.

Friendly interaction outside the press pen. “Lugenpresse!” pic.twitter.com/MWUZynJ8jx— Rosie Gray (@RosieGray) October 23, 2016

The traveling press was quickly hustled out of the venue and on toward the next rally; I didn’t have a chance to ask the man his name, or how he came across this term. I tweeted the video I shot of the two men and left it at that, not realizing how quickly and widely the moment would be circulated.

Richard Spencer, the white nationalist leader who is considered one of the leaders of the alt-right, was able to shed some light on this for me.

“I see ‘lying press’ and ‘Lügenpresse’ all over the place,” Spencer said in an email. “It’s typical Alt Right: serious… ironic… and with a sly reference to boot.”

Spencer said the term had been in use in American alt-right circles for “a year, at the least.”

The website Occidental Dissent, one of the nodes of alt-right online commentary, frequently uses the term, and the #lugenpresse hashtag on Twitter is fairly active and largely used by alt-right Twitter accounts:

I look forward to the harsh crackdown on @CNN and other #LyingPress#Lugenpresse organizations when DJT takes office.— The Radical Saxon (@Loyal_Laddie) October 13, 2016

It funny how stupid the MSM is. Time after time they attack Trump, only to later find out that it made him stronger. #lugenpressepic.twitter.com/S8deHgGU3c— Neil Turner ?? (@NeilTurner_) October 13, 2016

With the internet, the Citizens can see how much the media lies and distorts. #Lugenpressehttps://t.co/IyiMOi5AKF— #FreeRicky Viking ?? (@thebasedviking) September 20, 2016

Breitbart News reported favorably on the term in an interview earlier this year with the leader of the German far-right group PEGIDA, writing, “It will come as no surprise to many that the mainstream media would lash out against a word that highlights their own, intentional failings. But [Lutz] Bachmann’s PEGIDA has popularized the term to the point where it has become a pillar — even a rallying cry — for the nationalist, populist movements across the continent.”

A panel of German linguists, in response, named “Lügenpresse” the worst word of 2014.

The alt-right has been emboldened this year by Trump’s rise; the chairman of Breitbart News, who has spoken of his website being a home for the alt-right, is now Trump’s campaign CEO, and Hillary Clinton’s speech tying Trump to the alt-right launched the movement to new heights of notoriety. The embrace of a term like “lügenpresse” is, as Spencer says, classic alt-right; the proud “shitlords” of the movement take pride in embracing edgy terminology, the more anti-PC the better.

Meanwhile, the hatred toward the press among the larger population of Trump supporters grows increasingly pronounced nearly every day. In these final weeks of the campaign, at nearly every rally, Trump riles up his audience against the press as reporters sit in the media pen, easy targets for vitriol. Reporters disembarking the press bus at Trump’s rally in Naples, Florida, on Sunday, the day after the “lügenpresse” incident, were immediately greeted by boos and shouts of “Tell the truth!”

9. We hope that “Michael the Black Man” (see Item #10) likes this:

“How neo-Nazi Trolls Tormented an Anti-Trump Conservative for Adopting a Black Daughter” by Brad Reed; Raw Story; 10/21/2016.

If you’ve never interacted with Donald Trump’s hardcore “alt-right” followers online, consider yourself lucky.

For the past year-and-a-half, the alt-right has used social media to viciously torment Donald Trump’s critics on both the right and the left. National Review writer David French, who briefly flirted with launching his own independent presidential candidacy to challenge Trump, writes on Friday about the awful harassment he and his family have been subjected to over the past year.

In particular, the alt-right made a point to attack French’s youngest daughter, whom his family had adopted from Ethiopia. You see, alt-righters view bringing in children of color to America as the ultimate betrayal of the white race, which is why they had particular scorn for French.

“I saw images of my daughter’s face in gas chambers, with a smiling Trump in a Nazi uniform preparing to press a button and kill her,” he writes. “I saw her face photo-shopped into images of slaves. She was called a ‘niglet’ and a ‘dindu.’ The alt-right unleashed on my wife, Nancy, claiming that she had slept with black men while I was deployed to Iraq, and that I loved to watch while she had sex with ‘black bucks.’ People sent her pornographic images of black men having sex with white women, with someone photoshopped to look like me, watching.”

And it wasn’t just basement-dwelling 4Chan users sending abusive images at the French family, as one night his wife received a death threat from a pro-Trump veteran.

“The moment we landed back at home after I declined to run for president, she turned on her phone to see an e-mail from a Trump fan, a veteran who informed her that he knew the business end of a gun and told her directly that she should shut her mouth or he’d take action,” he writes.

All this has taken a toll on him, and he says he’s never been more depressed about being a public figure.

“It’s miserable,” he explains. “There is nothing at all rewarding, enjoyable, or satisfying about seeing your beautiful young daughter called a ‘niglet.’ There is nothing at all rewarding, enjoyable, or satisfying about seeing man after man after man brag in graphic terms that he has slept with your wife. It’s unsettling to have a phone call interrupted, watch images of murder flicker across your screen, and read threatening e-mails. It’s sobering to take your teenage kids out to the farm to make sure they’re both proficient with handguns in case an intruder comes when they’re home alone.”

10. Not surprisingly, Trump has enlisted a former member of a violent, anti-Semitic far-right cult to campaign for him among blacks.

” ‘Blacks for Trump’ Supporter a Former Member of Violent Cult’ by Allegra Kirkland; Talking Points Memo; 10/26/2016.

The man who has appeared behind Donald Trump at numerous south Florida rallies bearing a “Blacks for Trump” sign is a former member of the murderous Yahweh ben Yahweh cult and a fixture at Republican campaign events.

At Tuesday’s Trump event in Sanford, the Republican nominee praised the “great” “Blacks for Trump” signs behind him, one of which was held by a white woman and another by a man who goes by the name “Michael the Black Man.”

According to the Miami New Times, the man, who also goes by the names Maurice Woodside and Michael Symonette, was a former member of the Yahweh ben Yahweh cult. In 1990, the group’s charismatic leader, Hulon Mitchell Jr., was charged for conspiracy to murder. He required inductees to kill people to gain entry to the cult.

Though “Michael” was charged for allegedly conspiring in two murders and his brother testified that he stuck a sharpened stick into one man’s eyeball, he was not convicted. In the following years, according to the New Times, he was charged with other crimes including grand theft auto, carrying a weapon onto a plane, and threatening a law enforcement officer. He was never convicted.

The newspaper reported that “Michael” made a name for himself in the Miami area in recent years as a virulently anti-gay, anti-liberal preacher who has opened a rally for Rick Santorum and earned praise from Glenn Beck.

The Trump campaign has positioned him at the front of the crowd at multiple events, including a Sept. 17 rally in downtown Miami and another on Oct. 12 in Lakeland.

The “Blacks for Trump” signs “Michael” passes out at rallies feature the URL to his website, Gods2.com, which is full of anti-Hillary Clinton conspiracy videos. Visitors can also purchase “Trump & Republicans Are Not Racist Gods2.com” shirts for $20.

“Michael” told the New Times that he is supporting Trump in part out of his loathing for Clinton.

“One reason is because Hillary’s last name is Rodham, and their family members are Rothschilds, who enslaved 13,000 slaves as collateral,” he said.

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  1. Oh, boy, turns out the guy who holds “Blacks for Trump” signs at his rallies was part of the Yahweh Ben Yahweh cult! NOTE: for full understanding of this development, I think it is also imperative to understand the Nation of Islam’s “Death Angels” game of killing whites, (most publicized during the Zebra murders in San Francisco in the mid-70s) to gain power within NOI. I read about Yahweh probably a decade ago and had largely forgotten about him. In the interim, I read Clark Howard’s brilliant Zebra. As we shall see, Yahweh is directly descended from NOI, and regularly plagiarized Farrakhan, including the Death Angels game. I was unaware until today that the Yahweh cult was also playing “Death Angels”. Law enforcement, during the Zebra killings, claimed that the actual number of Death Angel murders may have numbered in the 100s in California alone. I suspect that the news was suppressed to not spark fear in a public already deeply divided by racial chaos of the late 60s and early 70s. I also suspect that, like NOI, the Yahweh cult may have been given a “get out of jail free card” as payment for “services rendered” on behalf of an element of the intelligence community. Seriously, how much have you heard of this group before? Ever? I was alive in the 80s, and followed the news, I don’t remember this story AT ALL.

    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/blacks-for-trump-michael-black-man-yahweh-ben-yahweh-cult

    The man who has appeared behind Donald Trump at numerous south Florida rallies bearing a “Blacks for Trump” sign is a former member of the murderous Yahweh ben Yahweh cult and a fixture at Republican campaign events.

    At Tuesday’s Trump event in Sanford, the Republican nominee praised the “great” “Blacks for Trump” signs behind him, one of which was held by a white woman and another by a man who goes by the name “Michael the Black Man.”
    According to the Miami New Times, the man, who also goes by the names Maurice Woodside and Michael Symonette, was a former member of the Yahweh ben Yahweh cult.

    In 1990, the group’s charismatic leader, Hulon Mitchell Jr., was charged for conspiracy to murder. He required inductees to kill people to gain entry to the cult.
    Though “Michael” was charged for allegedly conspiring in two murders and his brother testified that he stuck a sharpened stick into one man’s eyeball, he was not convicted.

    In the following years, according to the New Times, he was charged with other crimes including grand theft auto, carrying a weapon onto a plane, and threatening a law enforcement officer. He was never convicted.

    The newspaper reported that “Michael” made a name for himself in the Miami area in recent years as a virulently anti-gay, anti-liberal preacher who has opened a rally for Rick Santorum and earned praise from Glenn Beck.
    The Trump campaign has positioned him at the front of the crowd at multiple events, including a Sept. 17 rally in downtown Miami and another on Oct. 12 in Lakeland.

    The “Blacks for Trump” signs “Michael” passes out at rallies feature the URL to his website, Gods2.com, which is full of anti-Hillary Clinton conspiracy videos. Visitors can also purchase “Trump & Republicans Are Not Racist Gods2.com” shirts for $20.

    “Michael” told the New Times that he is supporting Trump in part out of his loathing for Clinton.
    “One reason is because Hillary’s last name is Rodham, and their family members are Rothschilds, who enslaved 13,000 slaves as collateral,” he said.

    NOTE: Well, that is just straight up old school “jew banker” Nazi ideology! Next up, we read of Yahweh’s roots in NOI, and his mainstream acceptance. Note this paragraph for the cognitive dissonance that surrounds this story:

    “In October 1990, Miami Mayor Xavier L. Suarez declared a Yahweh Ben Yahweh Day. A month later, Mr. Yahweh was indicted on federal racketeering and conspiracy charges. He was linked to 14 killings, two attempted slayings and the terrorist-style bombing of an entire block in Delray Beach, Fla., where residents had roughed up some of his white-robed supporters. “

    https://culteducation.com/group/1241-yahweh-ben-yahweh/22483-yahweh-ben-yahweh-led-violent-cult.html

    ….Yahweh Ben Yahweh, who had a following of thousands as the leader of a violent black supremacist sect in Miami and who later spent years in prison for conspiracy to commit murder, died May 7 of prostate cancer at his home in Opa-Locka, Fla. He was 71.
    Mr. Yahweh, a charismatic speaker known for his flowing white robes and jeweled turbans, explored various religious fringe groups before forming his sect in Miami in 1979. He controlled a multimillion-dollar business empire that included schools, grocery stores and real estate and once claimed to have 20,000 followers in 45 cities.

    Calling himself the “Original Jew,” Mr. Yahweh adopted a name that means “God, the son of God” in Hebrew. He said he and his disciples were the true descendants of a long-lost tribe of Israel.

    From the beginning, however, Mr. Yahweh’s group was associated with an intimidating style that often crossed into violence and murder. He railed against “white devils” and proclaimed himself the messiah: “All who receive me shall be saved from immorality and death.”

    …He spoke to crowds of thousands around the country and received the blessings of Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan. In 1987, the Miami Urban League gave Mr. Yahweh its highest humanitarian award, and its president pronounced him “an inspiration to the entire community.”

    Never lacking in confidence or self-esteem, Mr. Yahweh once addressed a group of Miami business leaders: “Egypt has her pyramids. India has her Taj Mahal. France has her Eiffel Tower. Miami has the son of Yahweh. The world’s greatest attraction is in your midst. I’m here.”

    In October 1990, Miami Mayor Xavier L. Suarez declared a Yahweh Ben Yahweh Day. A month later, Mr. Yahweh was indicted on federal racketeering and conspiracy charges. He was linked to 14 killings, two attempted slayings and the terrorist-style bombing of an entire block in Delray Beach, Fla., where residents had roughed up some of his white-robed supporters.

    When Mr. Yahweh went to trial in 1992, he was defended by former federal judge and current U.S. Rep. Alcee L. Hastings (D-Fla.). During the trial, lurid details of life in the sect emerged.

    Among other things, Mr. Yahweh controlled the clothing, food and sex lives of the people in his group. Twice married and divorced earlier in life, he took many of his young female followers to his bed.

    “We may be rabbis and nuns here,” he told the New York Times with a wide smile, “but we don’t believe in celibacy.”

    Mr. Yahweh was surrounded by a group of bodyguards called the Circle of 10, each armed with a six-foot wooden staff. Members of an inner circle called the Brotherhood were, according to the federal indictment, required to kill a white person and deliver a severed head or ear to Mr. Yahweh as proof.

    Onetime professional football player Robert Rozier, a close associate who confessed to killing seven people, testified for the prosecution. Mr. Yahweh was convicted of conspiracy to commit murder and acquitted of racketeering charges.
    He was sentenced to 18 years in federal prison and was released on parole in 2001 after serving nine. By court order, he could have no communication with any of his onetime disciples.

    Mr. Yahweh, whose given name was Hulon Mitchell Jr., was born in Kingfisher, Okla., the oldest of 13 children. A sister, Leona Mitchell, went on to become a renowned soprano with New York’s Metropolitan Opera. In interviews, she has not discussed her brother.
    Mr. Yahweh graduated from Phillips University in Enid, Okla., served in the Air Force and studied law at the University of Oklahoma. He later moved to Chicago, where as Hulon Shah, he became involved with the Nation of Islam.

    He later reportedly received a master’s degree in economics from Atlanta University and began preaching as “Father Michel.” Moving to Orlando, he styled himself as “Brother Love” before settling in Miami and adopting his new life.

    1987, Mr. Yahweh’s father, a Pentecostal preacher, spoke to a reporter from the St. Petersburg Times in Florida.
    “I was there when he was born, holding his mama’s hand,” he said. “You can’t get closer than that, and he is not the son of God.”

    Mr. Yahweh had four children and at least six grandchildren. After his release from prison, he lived alone, working as a landscaper.
    NOTE: This article describes the craziness that surrounded this group. It also mentions that Yahweh specifically called his inner circle of enforcers the “Death Angels”. This ain’t no “conspiracy theory”, this all really happened! The national media just didn’t show up.

    https://www.splcenter.org/fighting-hate/intelligence-report/2007/nation-yahweh-mourns-loss-leader-shows-signs-new-life

    But anger was also in the air. Funeral orators unleashed vengeful polemics against an unspecified enemy.

    “This year marks the year of your doom,” said one of them. “Yahweh ben Yahweh told you over 16 years ago, Satan, that if you keep on messing with him that you will lie down!”

    “Praise Yahweh!” the assembly members shouted in unison amidst sustained applause.

    Nation of Yahweh members believe that the death of Yahweh ben Yahweh was foretold in Holy Scriptures and is a sign that the time is upon the Earth when the godly remnants of the black race will displace the accursed white race — along with blacks “infected” with white blood — and rule the earth. As one funeral speaker put it: “The wicked powers and principalities sitting in high places knew that the power of Yahweh ben Yahweh is the beginning of the end of their 6,000-year rule of wicked dominion!”

    Ending ‘The Devil’s Rulership’
    Although Nation of Yahweh members no longer openly condemn “white devils,” there’s little confusion among Nation members concerning the identity of those “wicked powers” or what the “end of their 6,000-year rule” means.

    As Nation of Yahweh elder Job Israel, who went to prison with Yahweh ben Yahweh, explained in the parking lot outside the funeral: “God is black. The opposite of God is evil. The opposite of black is white. So what do you think white is?”
    Later, in a telephone interview with the Intelligence Report, Israel expanded on his point: “God created the white man to punish us for being disobedient to God. The original devil was black. But when Cain killed Abel, [God] cursed him to be white. Yahweh [God] gave him [the white man] a hedge of protection and gave him 6,000 years to rule. … This is the year 6007. The devil’s rulership is up.”

    Nation of Yahweh theology borrows liberally from the Nation of Islam (NOI), a much better known black separatist group of which Yahweh was briefly a member in the 1960s. The “6,000 year rule” by “white devils” destined to be overturned by “God’s chosen people” is lifted straight out of early NOI leader Elijah Muhammad’s writings in Message to the Black Man in America and The Supreme Wisdom. Copying another lesson verbatim from Muhammad, Yahweh also taught his followers that an English pirate named John Hawkins delivered the very first enslaved Africans to the New World in 1555 on a ship named Jesus.

    Though wildly inaccurate, this lesson continues to set the agenda for Nation of Yahweh members. “Our slavery under them [white people] is 400 years, but their slavery under ours is forever and ever,” explains Job Israel. “They know they gotta leave here [America], because they don’t wanna serve no niggers.”

    …The son of a Pentecostal preacher, Yahweh ben Yahweh was born Hulon Mitchell Jr. in Oklahoma in 1935. After serving in the military and attending law school, Mitchell moved to Atlanta in the mid-1960s and joined the Nation of Islam, becoming Hulon X. He then left the Nation of Islam in the late ’60s after being accused of embezzlement and pedophilia, only to resurface as a tithe-hustling faith healer and prosperity preacher named Father Michel, a character he cut from the cloth of Father Divine and Samuel “Father Jehovia” Morris, gaudy African-American ministers of the early 20th century who identified themselves as God.

    …As the Nation of Yahweh thrived, however, its dark side played out in apocalyptic preaching against “white devils,” a firebombing, the hostile takeover of a South Florida housing complex, the beheading of a temple dissident with a dull machete and the murders of white Floridians whose ears were hacked off as trophies.

    After Yahweh and six members of his “Circle of Ten” security force “death angels” were imprisoned in 1992, many of Yahweh’s followers left the Nation’s Temple of Love headquarters, or abandoned the Miami area altogether.

    Shocking disclosures from the trial about Yahweh’s involvement in killings and sexual relationships with underage girls caused many followers to renounce him. Most of the Nation’s many properties were foreclosed and seized.

    ….Black people who have not accepted Yahweh’s teachings, Israel predicted, will be captured in “the roundup” along with whites. President George Bush, whose last maneuver will institute the “New World Order,” will usher this “roundup” in.

    Will the Nation of Yahweh be rounded up as well?
    “Those who don’t know will get rounded up.”
    And those who do?
    “It will be like the Passover, when God told them to put blood on the door. Some people didn’t believe, so the death angels came in and killed them. The ones who believed, Yahweh put a hedge of protection around them.”
    Today, 15 years after the collapse of Yahweh ben Yahweh’s bloody empire, the master is dead but, Israel says ominously, he “cloned himself” in the form of hundreds of devout followers.

    And that may not be good for the rest of us. Says Israel: “Now you gonna see how dangerous he was.”

    NOTE: Particularly gruesome is the previously mentioned “Yahweh ben Yahweh Day” declared by Miami’s mayor in 1990. Mayor Suarez was nicknamed “Mayor Loco” by brilliant author Carl Hiassen for his antics in office.

    https://www.splcenter.org/fighting-hate/intelligence-report/2007/mainstream-appeal-yahweh-ben-Yahweh

    Seventeen years ago this month, a grotesque exercise in political pandering and refusal to see the obvious reached its nadir as then-Miami Mayor Xavier Suarez, urged on by other leaders, declared Oct. 7, 1990, “Yahweh ben Yahweh Day.”
    Seventeen years ago this month, a grotesque exercise in political pandering and refusal to see the obvious reached its nadir as then-Miami Mayor Xavier Suarez, urged on by other leaders, declared Oct. 7, 1990, “Yahweh ben Yahweh Day.”

    It didn’t matter that followers of the man whose original name was Hulon Mitchell Jr. had already been linked to the firebombing of a street of houses and the terroristic takeover of a South Florida housing complex. No account was taken of a major criminal investigation publicly known to have been opened a year earlier.

    Reports filtering out of Mitchell’s group of black supremacist ideology, incredible violence, and the molestation of girls as young as 10, had no effect either.

    But within weeks, Suarez and the black and white leaders who also pushed to honor Mitchell’s Nation of Yahweh group — politicians thrilled that the self-described “prince of peace” seemed to be bringing order to their racially troubled city — were severely embarrassed.

    Mitchell and 15 of his followers were arrested on federal racketeering charges tied to the murders of 14 people. Many of the victims were whites whose ears had been hacked off and brought to Mitchell as war trophies.

    NOTE: Here is some more background on the ties of Mayor Loco. Followers of For the Record should not need an introduction to Jeane Kirkpatrick and Jorge Mas Canosa and CANF.

    http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/1996-07-23/news/9607220919_1_joe-carollo-freeze-frame-miami-politics

    ….Backed by Suarez, who by now has succeeded Ferre as Miami mayor, the Watson Island project includes an illustrious group of potential investors bonded by their fight against communism. Among them: former U.N. Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick and several directors of the Cuban American National Foundation, the powerful anti-Castro lobby.

    But Carollo derails the plan, on a fast track for approval, by accusing the investors of having communist ties.

    Angry, the investors back out and the $93-million deal collapses.
    Incensed, foundation President Jorge Mas Canosa challenges Carollo to a duel with swords or knives. Carollo offers to fight with water pistols.

    During his next re-election bid, Suarez kicks off his campaign by urging voters to kick his nemesis out of office.

    He calls Carollo divisive, ineffective, an embarrassment.Voters listen, sending Carollo into political exile for eight years. His resurrection began only eight months ago, when he was re-elected to the commission by crushing the incumbent who had beaten him in 1987. Today, Watson Island remains undeveloped and the foundation and Carollo remain at odds.

    Posted by Roger Stoned | November 1, 2016, 11:16 am
  2. The fascists, Nazis, and KKK are now emboldened by Trumps election.

    November 11, 2016 Dailey Mail.
    Neo-Nazi website urges readers to drive Clinton fans to suicide as its leader warns frightened Democrats ‘now is the time to be afraid

    http://dailym.ai/2g3vsh

    Posted by UnTrump | November 11, 2016, 4:08 pm

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