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Baraboo High School Junior Prom photograph.

COMMENT:We have noted the photo of Baraboo, Wisconsin high school students giving the Nazi salute at their junior prom.

Now, Baraboo Ukrainian-American youth have erected statues of Ukrainian pogromist Simonon Petlura (transliterated spellings vary), along with Ukrainian Nazi leaders Roman Shukhevych and Stephan Bandera.

This is to be seen against the background of the re-institution of OUN/B fascists in Ukraine. We  will resume our examination of the return of fascism to Ukraine in a For The Record series to begin next week.

What a shame! US based Ukrainian Youth Union in summer camp in Baraboo, Wisconsin erected monuments in honor of Ukrainian nationalists, antisemites, organizers of Jewish pogroms, perpetrators of Holocaust, mass killings of Poles: Simon Petlura, Roman Shukhevych and Stepan Bandera

 

 

 

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  1. It’s long been clear that have an openly white nationalist president like Donald Trump would lead to a number of long-term consequences for the United States. What hasn’t been clear is the extent to which Trump’s white nationalism would end up infecting the youth of the United States, which is the kind of trend that could have exceedingly long-term consequences, especially when it’s young children being affected by a white-nationalist-friendly political environment. So along those lines, here’s the latest disturbing story about American school-aged children giving Nazi salutes at school:

    A controversy just erupted in a Tennessee elementary school after Keith Gamble, the father of an 11 year old fifth grade girl, posted on social media about how his daughter was disciplined for standing up to her classmates while they were engaging in a group Sieg Heil. But it gets worse. Because it turns out that her classmates were mimicking a Sieg Heil that a student was told to give as part of a ‘Living History’ class project where students would act out historical figures.

    The ‘Living History’ class project was apparently a rather elaborate project because it involved rehearsals. It sounds like Hitler was one of the figures to be covered in the ‘Living History’ project and a student was assigned to play him. This assignment not only included dressing up as Hitler and giving a speech.

    Here’s how the student protesting this got in trouble with the school: during a rehearsal, the student playing Hitler was instructed by the teacher on how to give a Sieg Heil. This upset Gamble’s daughter who was then given an opportunity to express her view on this in front of the class. After that she was told by the teachers to “not address it again.” The Sieg Heil was still repeatedly used by students and Gamble’s daughter continued to voice her concerns.

    She then learned that her classmates were planning on performing a mass Nazi salute directed at her specifically, so she told a different teacher about this. That teacher intervened and told the student to stop giving the salute. This resulted in a dropoff of salutes, but only temporarily. The ‘Living History’ project continued to include the portrayal of Hitler with the Sieg Heil and during the rehearsals the salutes picked up again. During one of the rehearsals, when the student playing Hitler gave the salute, around 10 to 20 of the students responded with Sieg Heils of their own. Gamble’s daughter responded to this by shouting “stop it” and “put your hands down.” She was then given a talking-to by multiple teachers and sent to the principals office for being “disrespectful.” The school is denying none of this with the exception of denying Gamble’s daughter was actually disciplined. And the school has responded by declaring it will cease having a student portray Hitler or perform the salute and will “find alternative means of covering the fifth-grade history standard.”:

    The Huffington Post

    Tennessee School Stops Teaching Kids To Do Nazi Salute After Student Pushes Back
    An 11-year-old was removed from class for speaking out repeatedly against her classmates giving the Sieg Heil salute.

    By Jenna Amatulli
    05/14/2019 05:45 pm ET

    A Tennessee elementary school will “no longer feature a student portraying Hitler or the [Nazi] salute” as part of a class project about World War II after an 11-year-old was removed from her classroom last week for telling her classmates to stop Nazi saluting one another.

    The students at the McFadden School of Excellence in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, had been taught to do the salute in their social studies class.

    “My daughter spoke out even though she was told by a teacher ‘not to address it.’ She has been bullied by classmates and targeted personally with Nazi salutes, so school feels lonely sometimes. But her family is so proud of her, and I bet there are others who are too,” wrote Keith Jacks Gamble, the child’s father, on Facebook.

    Gamble posted the story about his daughter on Twitter as well, asking others to support her actions.

    He wrote in his posts that children at the McFadden School of Excellence had “been giving Nazi salutes in the hallways and at recess for weeks” after a fifth-grade social studies teacher assigned a student to give the Sieg Heil salute while dressed as Adolf Hitler for a project.

    James Evans, the communications director for Rutherford County Schools, confirmed the assignment to HuffPost, indicating that it was part of a “World War II exhibit of Living History” and involved a student “delivering a speech, and at the end, giving the Nazi salute.”

    In a detailed account written in emails and then shared on social media, Gamble and his partner offered a full timeline of the events they said transpired at their daughter’s school. Gamble shared redacted versions of these emails, which he sent to the school for confirmation or amendment of the timeline.

    pic.twitter.com/JileU220Nr
    — Keith Jacks Gamble (@KeithJGamble) May 14, 2019

    Gamble’s emails state that his daughter was upset at the instruction to give a Nazi salute and that when she noted this, she was given the opportunity to air her grievances in front of the class. She was then instructed by teachers to “not address it again.”

    However, Gamble said, the salute was repeatedly used and his daughter continued to voice her concerns. After learning that her classmates were going to perform a mass salute at her specifically, she told another teacher, who then intervened and told students to not give the Nazi salute anymore because it is “wrong.”

    Still, the “Living History” project continued and, while the salutes had dropped off after that one teacher’s intervention, they picked up again during the project’s rehearsal. At that time, 10 to 20 students responded to the Sieg Heil from the student portraying Hitler with Sieg Heils of their own.

    Gamble’s daughter shouted at her classmates to “stop it” and “put your hands down,” and was then removed from the class for being “disrespectful with her tone and body language to teachers.” She was then given a talking-to by various teachers and sent to the principal’s office, who echoed that she had been “disrespectful.”

    Evans, the communications director, confirmed these events to HuffPost, adding that Gamble’s daughter “was not disciplined or punished in any way for her concerns or actions” and that “the school agrees the actions of the students were completely inappropriate.”

    “The principal also investigated concerns that the salute had happened more than once, and he was able to confirm two instances where some students gave the salute (outside of the history project). Teachers intervened in both confirmed instances. The principal held a meeting with all fifth-graders about what had happened and to put a stop to any further instances,” Evans wrote via email.

    The director of Rutherford County Schools has since sent an email to parents to “assure them we do not condone any type of symbolism or actions that can [be] interpreted as hate-filled or insensitive.” The McFadden School of Excellence has also said it will cease having a student portray Hitler or perform the salute and will “find alternative means of covering the fifth-grade history standard.”

    When asked why the school assigned students to perform the Nazi salute at all, Evans told HuffPost that the project was “intended to be an interactive way for the students to learn the history standards for fifth grade” and that “multiple historical figures and events are included and students are assigned roles to research and perform.”

    “It was never intended to be offensive and the salute was definitely not encouraged to be performed by the other students,” he said.

    ———-

    “Tennessee School Stops Teaching Kids To Do Nazi Salute After Student Pushes Back” by Jenna Amatulli; The Huffington Post; 05/14/2019

    “He wrote in his posts that children at the McFadden School of Excellence had “been giving Nazi salutes in the hallways and at recess for weeks” after a fifth-grade social studies teacher assigned a student to give the Sieg Heil salute while dressed as Adolf Hitler for a project.”

    Weeks of Nazi salutes in the hallways during an official class project where a student was assigned to dress as Hitler and taught to Sieg Heil. That’s quite an immersive curriculum. That’s the kind of atmosphere that was created by this project and the student who objected literally got bullied by her class with more Sieg Heils. And when she shouted “stop it” and “put your hands down,” in response to 10-20 students giving a group Sieg Heil she was sent to the principal’s office:


    James Evans, the communications director for Rutherford County Schools, confirmed the assignment to HuffPost, indicating that it was part of a “World War II exhibit of Living History” and involved a student “delivering a speech, and at the end, giving the Nazi salute.”

    Gamble’s emails state that his daughter was upset at the instruction to give a Nazi salute and that when she noted this, she was given the opportunity to air her grievances in front of the class. She was then instructed by teachers to “not address it again.”

    However, Gamble said, the salute was repeatedly used and his daughter continued to voice her concerns. After learning that her classmates were going to perform a mass salute at her specifically, she told another teacher, who then intervened and told students to not give the Nazi salute anymore because it is “wrong.”

    Still, the “Living History” project continued and, while the salutes had dropped off after that one teacher’s intervention, they picked up again during the project’s rehearsal. At that time, 10 to 20 students responded to the Sieg Heil from the student portraying Hitler with Sieg Heils of their own.

    Gamble’s daughter shouted at her classmates to “stop it” and “put your hands down,” and was then removed from the class for being “disrespectful with her tone and body language to teachers.” She was then given a talking-to by various teachers and sent to the principal’s office, who echoed that she had been “disrespectful.”

    And the only part of this that the school denies is that she was ever disciplined or punished. The rest of it the school acknowledged is true, including the fact that dressing up as Hitler and giving a Sieg Heil was actually a school assignment. In response, the school announced that it’s no longer going to have a student portray Hitler in future version of the ‘Living History’ project:


    Evans, the communications director, confirmed these events to HuffPost, adding that Gamble’s daughter “was not disciplined or punished in any way for her concerns or actions” and that “the school agrees the actions of the students were completely inappropriate.”

    The director of Rutherford County Schools has since sent an email to parents to “assure them we do not condone any type of symbolism or actions that can [be] interpreted as hate-filled or insensitive.” The McFadden School of Excellence has also said it will cease having a student portray Hitler or perform the salute and will “find alternative means of covering the fifth-grade history standard.”

    So that’s all rather disturbing, although at this point we still need for fact about situation to assess whether or not teachers were actively making light of Sieg Heil with a wink and nod with the student or of they were just largely oblivious. But the fact that having a student dress up like Hitler, make a speech, and give a Sieg Heil is part of the regular 5th grade content at this school suggests this isn’t the first time a kid has been given this assignment. It raises the question of how long many years this project was been has been part of the school’s curriculum. And that, in turn, raises the question of whether or not the mass Sieg Heiling by fellow classmates is a phenomena of the last few years with Trump in office or if Sieg Heiling 5th graders in the hallways at this school was a regular thing in years past.

    And while teachers condoning these kinds of group Sieg Heils while disciplining the student who opposed it is quite disturbing, let’s not forget that these 5th graders are probably far more influenced by each other than by their teachers. that’s what makes the fact that kids of Sieg Heiling each other in the hallways and turning it into a fun joke so troubling. So along those lines, check out one of the latest neo-Nazi Youtube stars: a 14 year old girl, who currently has more than 800,000 YouTube followers:

    BuzzFeed News

    YouTube’s Newest Far-Right, Foul-Mouthed, Red-Pilling Star Is A 14-Year-Old Girl

    “Soph” has nearly a million followers on the giant video platform. The site’s executives only have themselves to blame.
    Joseph Bernstein BuzzFeed News Reporter

    Posted on May 13, 2019, at 5:31 p.m. ET

    What does a 14-year-old girl dressed in a chador have to say on YouTube to amass more than 800,000 followers?

    How about this: “I’ve become a devout follower of the Prophet Muhammad. Suffice to say, I’ve been having a fu ck ton of fun. Of course, I get raped by my 40-year-old husband every so often and I have to worship a black cube to indirectly please an ancient Canaanite god — but at least I get to go to San Fran and stone the shit out of some gays, and the cops can’t do anything about it because California is a crypto-caliphate.”

    Or how about, simply, “Kill yourself, faggot.”

    Yes, if you want a vision of the future YouTube is midwifing, imagine a cherubic white girl mocking Islamic dress while lecturing her hundreds of thousands of followers about Muslim “rape gangs,” social justice “homos,” and the evils wrought by George Soros — under the thin guise of edgy internet comedy, forever.

    Actually, don’t imagine it. Watch it. It’s already here.

    The video is called “Be Not Afraid,” and it may be the clearest manifestation yet of the culture the executives of Alphabet’s video monster are delivering to millions of kids around the world, now via children incubated in that selfsame culture. To understand just how bad things have gotten on the platform, you need to see it for yourself.

    Users — and more importantly to YouTube, advertisers — have over the past year started to hold the platform accountable for enabling the exploitation of children and exposing them to disturbing content. But this video reveals an entirely different way the platform is harming kids: by letting them express extreme views in front of the entire world. This is what indoctrination looks like when it’s reflected back by the indoctrinated.

    A 20-minute, unbroken, and hyperarticulate tirade ostensibly about ignoring criticism online, “Be Not Afraid” stars a high school freshman from the Bay Area who goes by the name Soph on YouTube. (She edits as well as scores the videos, which she says are comedic.) Through videos like these, she’s become a rising star — with more than 800,000 followers — in the universe of conspiracy theorists, racists, and demagogues that owes its big bang to YouTube.

    The video platform for years has incentivized such content through algorithms favoring sensational videos, and, as recent reporting has revealed, has deliberately ignored toxic content as a growth strategy.

    Soph’s scripts, which she says she writes with a collaborator, are familiar: a mix of hatred toward Muslims, anti-black racism, Byzantine fearmongering about pedophilia, tissue-thin incel evolutionary psychology, and reflexive misanthropy that could have been copied and pasted from a thousand different 4chan posts. Of course, it’s all presented in the terminally ironic style popularized by boundary-pushing comedy groups like the influential Million Dollar Extreme and adopted of late by white supremacist mass shooters in Christchurch and San Diego.

    (Soph is even more explicitly hateful on Discord, the gaming chat app, where she recently admitted to writing under the username “lutenant faggot” that she hoped for “A Hitler for Muslims” to “gas them all.”)

    Interviews with Soph and asides in her videos reveal a young person whose identity is obviously still being formed. She didn’t start as a politics caster but, predictably, as a profane 9-year-old (9!) game streamer called LtCorbis. Influential YouTubers Pyrocynical and Keemstar promoted her early work, which ripped on YouTube culture and the indignities of being a fifth-grader instead of people of color and liberals. (A 2016 Daily Dot story about her bore the unintentionally profound headline “This sweary, savvy, 11-year-old gamer girl is the future of YouTube.”) In more recent videos, Soph discloses a health issue that kept her out of class for long stretches. She confesses to being unhappy in school. She talks about a move from New York to California. She identifies by turns as “right-wing” and “anarcho-capitalist.” She’s 14, precocious, isolated, and pissed off, a combination that has produced a lot of bad behavior over the years, but not all of it monetized through preroll ads and a Patreon, and not all of it streamed to millions.

    YouTube’s kid problem is well-known. From disturbing auto-generated cartoons to parents who playact violence with their children for clicks to a network of users exploiting videos of children for sexual content, the company has consistently failed at protecting the young users who are its most valuable assets. But Soph’s popularity raises another, perhaps more difficult question, about whether YouTube has an obligation to protect such users from themselves — and one another.

    Of course, that’s partially the job of parents, a fact Soph pointed out in a recent video while addressing people alarmed by her content.

    “I’m wondering why they’re concerned with what I say instead of being concerned with the parents who let their kids watch me,” she said.

    It’s unclear how much Soph’s own parents know about her videos. Internet sleuths have figured out details about her parents’ lives, one of whom Soph has claimed voted for Hillary Clinton. In a recent interview, Soph said that her parents have never had a serious conversation with her about the politics of her videos, though she did respond angrily when a reporter attempted to contact her dad.

    But the powers of parents over children who live online are limited. And YouTube has taken no ownership over what is happening to kids who grow up inhaling its trademark stench of bigotry, conspiracy, and nihilism. Now the kids, or the smart ones anyway, seem to know it. Indeed, YouTube’s own incompetence and lack of quality is one of Soph’s recurring themes; she acknowledges owing her fame to them.

    “The fact that I was 11 and could easily follow the commentary formula should have been a sign that the standards for the genre were terribly low,” she said in the same interview.

    Last month, after YouTube deactivated comments on her videos — the platform disabled comments on all videos with children in response to an outcry over the aforementioned network of exploitation — Soph uploaded a 12-minute video in which she seemed to be daring the platform to suspend her, knowing full well that it wouldn’t.

    “Susan, I’ve known your address since last summer,” Soph said, directly addressing YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki. “I’ve got a Luger and a mitochondrial disease. I don’t care if I live. Why should I care if you live or your children? I just called an Uber. You’ve got about seven minutes to draft up a will. … I’m coming for you, and it ain’t gonna be pretty.”

    A far-right child comedian threatening to murder the executive of the video site that has made her famous, for trying to protect her from pedophiles: the state of YouTube in 2019.

    After being contacted about the story, YouTube reviewed Soph’s channel. It removed the video containing the death threat against Wojcicki, but not “Be Not Afraid” or any others. The company also issued Soph a strike, which prevents her from uploading videos for a week. According to YouTube, as per its terms of service, the platform is for children 13 and older, and it deletes accounts belonging to children under that age as it is made aware of them. Soph created her account at age 9 and received significant publicity for her videos before turning 13.

    Indeed, one of Soph’s messages seems to be that in a world where the adults who have grown rich through technology took the implications of that technology seriously, she wouldn’t exist. She’s a problem, she seems to be saying, of YouTube’s own making.

    “You could beg me kicking and screaming to stop disseminating the ideas I believe in, and it wouldn’t make a fuc king difference,” Soph says at the end of “Be Not Afraid,” in a passage in which she seems to drop her shtick, if only for a moment. “Not only am I inoculated to that bullshit, most of Gen Z is too. Millennials grew up with MTV and nowadays watch Colbert. We, on the other hand, grew up with the internet, so we have no centralized source of information that controls what we think. We filter out the truth for ourselves; we’re not lazy. No one is brainwashing kids. Kids are simply learning from having free access to information, and there’s nothing you can do about it.”

    The ultimate target of “Be Not Afraid” is, finally, adults: people who just don’t get why social justice discourse is meaningless and co-optable, why school can’t compare to YouTube, why mass murder can be funny. People who have enough experience to know better. She’s sure that adults are selfish and stupid, that the people with the most power over her life are making it up as they go along, just like she is. When you look at the adults who have gotten rich off the platform that created Soph, she isn’t completely wrong. She’s been publishing on YouTube for years with no consequence other than becoming famous.

    ———-

    “YouTube’s Newest Far-Right, Foul-Mouthed, Red-Pilling Star Is A 14-Year-Old Girl” by Joseph Bernstein; BuzzFeed News; 05/13/2019

    “The video is called “Be Not Afraid,” and it may be the clearest manifestation yet of the culture the executives of Alphabet’s video monster are delivering to millions of kids around the world, now via children incubated in that selfsame culture. To understand just how bad things have gotten on the platform, you need to see it for yourself.”

    Neo-Nazi kids reaching other kids. Over YouTube. It was just a matter of time. Although her audience isn’t just kids. She’s a rising star on YouTube’s ‘Alt Right’ neo-Nazi universe so adults are undoubted a big part of her audience. Specifically, neo-Nazi adults:


    Users — and more importantly to YouTube, advertisers — have over the past year started to hold the platform accountable for enabling the exploitation of children and exposing them to disturbing content. But this video reveals an entirely different way the platform is harming kids: by letting them express extreme views in front of the entire world. This is what indoctrination looks like when it’s reflected back by the indoctrinated.

    A 20-minute, unbroken, and hyperarticulate tirade ostensibly about ignoring criticism online, “Be Not Afraid” stars a high school freshman from the Bay Area who goes by the name Soph on YouTube. (She edits as well as scores the videos, which she says are comedic.) Through videos like these, she’s become a rising star — with more than 800,000 followers — in the universe of conspiracy theorists, racists, and demagogues that owes its big bang to YouTube.

    Adding to the disturbing nature of this story is that Soph has been a YouTube star since she was 9. But she wasn’t originally a neo-Nazi. She was a video gamer, and she was so popular there were even articles about her as an 11 year old ‘future of YouTube’. So Soph already had a large audience of presumably children before she became a neo-Nazi star:


    Interviews with Soph and asides in her videos reveal a young person whose identity is obviously still being formed. She didn’t start as a politics caster but, predictably, as a profane 9-year-old (9!) game streamer called LtCorbis. Influential YouTubers Pyrocynical and Keemstar promoted her early work, which ripped on YouTube culture and the indignities of being a fifth-grader instead of people of color and liberals. (A 2016 Daily Dot story about her bore the unintentionally profound headline “This sweary, savvy, 11-year-old gamer girl is the future of YouTube.”) In more recent videos, Soph discloses a health issue that kept her out of class for long stretches. She confesses to being unhappy in school. She talks about a move from New York to California. She identifies by turns as “right-wing” and “anarcho-capitalist.” She’s 14, precocious, isolated, and pissed off, a combination that has produced a lot of bad behavior over the years, but not all of it monetized through preroll ads and a Patreon, and not all of it streamed to millions.

    But Soph isn’t just on YouTube. She’s also on Discord, where she’s apparently even more of an open neo-Nazi. Recall how Discord has been quite popular with neo-Nazis so we should expect that Soph is networking with all sorts of horrible people on that app too:


    (Soph is even more explicitly hateful on Discord, the gaming chat app, where she recently admitted to writing under the username “lutenant faggot” that she hoped for “A Hitler for Muslims” to “gas them all.”)

    And what has YouTube done to address this highly popular neo-Nazi 14 year old? What it usually does regarding neo-Nazis on its platform, which is basically nothing:


    The video platform for years has incentivized such content through algorithms favoring sensational videos, and, as recent reporting has revealed, has deliberately ignored toxic content as a growth strategy.

    YouTube’s kid problem is well-known. From disturbing auto-generated cartoons to parents who playact violence with their children for clicks to a network of users exploiting videos of children for sexual content, the company has consistently failed at protecting the young users who are its most valuable assets. But Soph’s popularity raises another, perhaps more difficult question, about whether YouTube has an obligation to protect such users from themselves — and one another.

    It’s unclear how much Soph’s own parents know about her videos. Internet sleuths have figured out details about her parents’ lives, one of whom Soph has claimed voted for Hillary Clinton. In a recent interview, Soph said that her parents have never had a serious conversation with her about the politics of her videos, though she did respond angrily when a reporter attempted to contact her dad.

    But the powers of parents over children who live online are limited. And YouTube has taken no ownership over what is happening to kids who grow up inhaling its trademark stench of bigotry, conspiracy, and nihilism. Now the kids, or the smart ones anyway, seem to know it. Indeed, YouTube’s own incompetence and lack of quality is one of Soph’s recurring themes; she acknowledges owing her fame to them.

    “The fact that I was 11 and could easily follow the commentary formula should have been a sign that the standards for the genre were terribly low,” she said in the same interview.

    But it gets worse. Last month, YouTube deactivated comments on all with children in order to address child exploitation on the platform. Soph responded with a video that made death threats at YouTube’s CEO Susan Wojcicki, apparently betting that YouTube wouldn’t do anything about it. And she was correct. After BuzzFeed contacted YouTube about this story, YouTube reviewed Soph’s channel and ONLY removed the death threat video. The rest of her channel was left untouched. In other words, YouTube basically endorsed her channel after being contacted about this story. Or at least endorsed everything but the death threat:


    Last month, after YouTube deactivated comments on her videos — the platform disabled comments on all videos with children in response to an outcry over the aforementioned network of exploitation — Soph uploaded a 12-minute video in which she seemed to be daring the platform to suspend her, knowing full well that it wouldn’t.

    “Susan, I’ve known your address since last summer,” Soph said, directly addressing YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki. “I’ve got a Luger and a mitochondrial disease. I don’t care if I live. Why should I care if you live or your children? I just called an Uber. You’ve got about seven minutes to draft up a will. … I’m coming for you, and it ain’t gonna be pretty.”

    A far-right child comedian threatening to murder the executive of the video site that has made her famous, for trying to protect her from pedophiles: the state of YouTube in 2019.

    After being contacted about the story, YouTube reviewed Soph’s channel. It removed the video containing the death threat against Wojcicki, but not “Be Not Afraid” or any others. The company also issued Soph a strike, which prevents her from uploading videos for a week. According to YouTube, as per its terms of service, the platform is for children 13 and older, and it deletes accounts belonging to children under that age as it is made aware of them. Soph created her account at age 9 and received significant publicity for her videos before turning 13.

    So in just three short years, the 11 year old rising gamer YouTube star morphed into a 14 year old neo-Nazi propagandist. Let’s hope those Murfreesboro 5th graders aren’t big fans of Soph.

    Posted by Pterrafractyl | May 17, 2019, 1:44 pm

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