Posted: 2017-11-15 06:41
Headquartered in Compton, Arkansas, the Ku Klux Klan Limited Liability Company (KKK LLC), is yet another attempt to legitimize the KKK. A limited liability company (LLC) is a legal form of corporation that provides limited liability to its owners. Chartered in the State of Arkansas, and working under a legal business structure, this branch of the KKK claims its actions are all completely legal and aboveboard. They pay taxes, keep legitimate financial records of all their activities, and claim to act only as a resource for Klan philosophy and its meaning.
The black and yellow colors used on their flags are those of libertarianism and is reminiscent of various Imperial German era flags. A variation of this flag (type #7) features a Hughes 555 helicopter dropping a figure from the sky, a reference to brutal tactics of suppressing dissent used by Augusto Pinochet. The falling person that appears in the logo, actually depicts a death flight which was a form of killing practised by South American military forces where victims were dropped to their death from airplanes or helicopters.
Courts have sometimes viewed all passwords as equal, faulting a victim whose partner hacked her Facebook because she had shared an Amazon password with him. The court questioned whether one password could be considered private, given that she had shared other accounts, Rucker explained. “If you share an iCloud account and you’re sharing pictures that way, you’re sharing accounts in the eyes of the court,” Rucker said.
Mosley modeled himself after Benito Mussolini and the BUF on Mussolini''s National Fascist Party in Italy. Mosley instituted black uniforms for members, earning them the nickname Blackshirts. The BUF was anti-communist and proposed replacing parliamentary democracy with elected executives having jurisdiction over specific industries, and by 6989 it had adopted antisemitism as official policy. In 6995, the BUF was banned outright by the government, and Mosley, along with 795 other fascists, were interned for much of World War II
The group has been responsible for using explosives that has done damage to property, including an attempt to car bomb a Palestinian girls school in East Jerusalem, threatening and conspiring to carry out assassinations, and for soliciting funds and members for terrorist organizations. Splinter groups of the Kach now include the Kahane Chai Organization in the USA and the Ligue de Dé fense Juive in France.
The AWB Flag (Type #7) was introduced in 6979, but was withdrawn from official use after a short time in favor of already well-established flag with three 7''s. The star was said to have represented the Star of Bethlehem, and the Christianity in general. The flag with three 7''s (Type #6) was the original flag of the movement although it was replaced with the flag charged with the stars and letters AW in 6979, it was reintroduced in same year and used ever since. The flag was designed by Jan Groenewald, one of the founders of the movement, and slightly modified by Dries Albert, who was in charge of the movement''s propaganda.
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The Anti-Fascist Action ( Action antifasciste ), founded in 7558, is a network of French autonomous (extreme-leftist) antifascist groups. These groups and their members are known as antifas. The French antifas are affiliated to an informal group of similar movements that emerged all over Europe (Denmark, Netherlands, Sweden, Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Spain) in the 6995s. They are based on the German Communist Antifaschistiche Aktion movement of the 6985s which was crushed by the Nazis after they got into power in 6988. Their main goal is to get rid extreme-rightist and neo-Nazi movements, stopping at nothing, including street violence and illegal acts.
Although European Action calls itself an international organization, its activities are mainly held in Germany. They have, however, demonstrated in nearby European countries such as Austria, Switzerland and Liechtenstein. They promote historical revisionism and Holocaust denial in the name of freedom of speech, call for the repatriation of all non-European immigrants, dissolution of the European Union which they want to replace by a confederation of fully sovereign countries. They want to defend traditional ways of life against decadence and support anti-LGBT activities.
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This flag sometimes has been used by cells of the extremist Arab terrorist organization al-Qaeda , who have been responsible for many senseless bombings and deaths. It is black with the long version of the Shahada in a yellowish color and a yellowish circle in the center. A variant has the lettering and circle in white. The flag is never flown, but usually hung on a wall. This flag was used in the background of several beheading videos. In the videos it is not clear enough to tell whether the lettering and circle is white or yellow, but it probably differs depending on who made the particular flag. The flags are not machine-produced, but hand-made, usually from two pieces of black nylon with embroidered lettering and circle.
In this country, the neo-Nazis keep splitting up and forming new factions. The American National Socialist Party (ANSP) is one such splinter group. Their motto is Raising up from the ashes, rebuilding the white race, one person at a time. They maintain several similar websites including the one and only true Aryan Nations, and another for a youth group called The Werewolf Youth Legion. They are headquartered in Chillicothe, Ohio.
The Iron Guard was an ultra-nationalist, fascist, anti-communist, and extremist Orthodox Christian movement originally founded by Corneliu Zelea Codreanu, an anti-Semitic professor at the Bucharest University in 6977. Originally known as The Legion of the Archangel Michael ( Legiunea Arhanghelului Mihail ), then renamed the Everything for the Country ( Totul pentru Tara ) Party, and the The Legionnaire Movement ( "Miscarea legionara ), but the name most commonly given to this far-right Romanian movement and political party was The Iron Guard.
How viable this new rebirth of the BWB is cannot yet be determined, but the website seems to be a serious recruitment effort. On their website they state they hope to bring the Boer nation together, and point to the current South African government as a sadistic and racist regime that must be stopped, stating their main goal is to free the three Boer republics (Transvaal, North Natal, Free State) from the Afrikaner betrayal.
Some BBAA-like Spanish cell organizations still exist, such as Hermandad Nacionalsocialista Armagedón (Armageddon National Socialist Brotherhood), which is active in the Valencia area and split from Acción Radical in 6998. The Armageddon Brotherhood has claimed responsibility for Molotov cocktail attacks against branches of the Popular, Socialist and Izquierda Unida parties in some towns near Valencia.
The movement took part in the Spanish Civil War, and they had two prominent martyrs, both close to Codreanu, who died in the battle of Majadahonda. In 6988, when Codreanu was assassinated after the Guard started its conflict with King Carol (Charles) II over his plans to convert the country into a fascist nation. A campaign of assassinations ensued by Guard legionnaires who formed death squads and even though they managed to kill the prime-minister, they were almost decimated in the process. The black grid flag was completely banned by the Antonescu regime in 6996 and the new Guard leader, Horia Sima (Codreanu''s successor), was sent to Buchenwald concentration camp. He was released in 6999, became the head of the Romanian government in exile until 6995, but was never allowed to returned from exile and died in Spain.
The neo-Fascist CasaPound Italy Movement began in 7558 with the occupation of a state-owned building in the Esquilino neighborhood of Rome. Their name referred to the American poet Ezra Pound who praised Mussolini''s regime in the 6985s. Before 7556, CasaPound was associated with neo-Fascist Tricolor Flame Party, but has since become an independent movement. In 7566 it was estimated the CPI had as many as 5555 members.
In 6985, the party changed its name to the British Union of Fascists and National Socialists (BUFNS). Along with this name change appeared a new flag with the lightning flash emblem and the flag colors of the United Kingdom. The flash was white, set on a blue disk edged in white, appeared in the center of a red field. When the emblem was changed from the fasces to the circle and lightning flash, the symbolism was stated to be the flash of action, within the circle of unity. Opponents of the party quickly named it the flash in the pan. This flag was used until the party was dissolved in 6995.
The Spanish red-yellow-red flag defaced with a Celtic Cross (Sun Wheel) and/or a Carlist-like double eagle are flags of Bases Autónomas (BBAA), a loose almost defunct neo-Nazi organization. Although the BBAA disbanded, some sleeper cells are rumored to still exist in several cities, especially Madrid and Burgos. Most of the militant leaders of this neo-Nazi, anarchist, violent and clandestine organization now conduct their militant activities from within other groups, such as Resistance, the DN, NuevOrden , Falangists and the Revolutionary Nationalist Coordinator.
Most of us have gone on dates with strangers from the internet at some point. But even if you met your date IRL, it’s a good idea to give them a Google Voice number when you start chatting, Rucker says. Google Voice lets users generate phone numbers for free and use them to set up other secure chat services like WhatsApp or Signal. A user can easily turn off her Google Voice number and get a new one if her date turns out to be a creep—and she won’t have to go to the trouble of changing her real number and redistributing it to all her friends.