Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by butcher, Aug 6, 2012.
When i heard about the #templeshooting yesterday i followed the tweets for a while and was wondering if the right wing media was going to blame this act on a memeber of "Occupy" and the "Black Bloc Movement". And then i was wondering if anyone would call him a "Christian Terrorist" i believe they have settled on "Domestic Terrorist" FUCK now i'm wondering if anyone owns the copyrights to this fools music? I know this is a crass question. As they say "IF IT BLEEDS IT LEADS" :/ A LA CALLE TORTUGA!
I wonder how much money the local and national t.v. stations will loose if they decide to cover the shooting instead of the olympics? I know it's a crass question!! And now back to the Olympics...
6 KILLED IN MILWAUKEE BUT LONDON WON A BRONZE MEDAL IN KAYAKING.....
A comrade just sent the article to me by email, i was about to login and post it... but butcher was faster than me I wonder what the people believing in free speech for neo nazis are thinking when they read an article like that...
Is London a country now? Oztralia just won a gold, so this barely even gets a mention on the homepage at The Age
Yanks need moar guns?
Fox News Viewers Think Sikh Temple Shooting Story is ‘Inspiring’ Over at Fox Nation, the Fox News forum where "real Americans" gather "to speak out on important and controversial issues," users have overwhelmingly found yesterday's Sikh temple shooting story to be "inspiring." Every Fox Nation story gets labeled with one of seven adjectives — offensive, funny, cool, obnoxious, scary, inspiring, and crazy — based on the number of votes received by each. "Inspiring" took the top spot with ease, beating out "scary" by a margin of two to one. "Crazy" was a distant third. The article is here: http://gawker.com/5932160/fox-news-view ... -inspiring
http://www.onepeoplesproject.com/index. ... &Itemid=14 SIKH TEMPLE SHOOTER WAS A DAMN HAMMERSKIN! When it was learned that Wade Michael Page was the shooter at a Sikh Temple in Wisconsin, just as quickly news came out that he was in a number of WP bands. But more information has come out that says the original belief that he was not part of any actual hate group is very, very wrong. One People's Project OAK CREEK, WI--The shooter in the shooting at a Sikh Temple in suburban Milwaukee that killed six people before police gunned him down has been identified as Wade Michael Page, a member of the Hammerskin Nation HSN, the oldest and most violent neo-Nazi bonehead organization in the United States. According to the Anti-Defamation League website, Hammerskin Nation was formed in Dallas, Texas in the late 80s, adopting the crossed hammers - the symbol used by the fascists in Pink Floyd's the Wall - as their organization's logo. At its peak. HSN was able to boast dozens of chapters across the United States and worldwide. They are best known for holding concerts around the country known as Hammerfest, but also for the murders and other violent acts that have been committed by HSN members over the past 20 years. As of late the organization has lost the strength it once had, and other organizations like Volksfront and the Vinlander Social Club - an organization founded from the remnants of the Outlaw Hammerskins, which were former Hammerskin members that were ousted - came into being. Pictures of Page with members of HSN as well as some from another organization, the Atlantic City "Skinheads" have surfaced with Page sporting HSN or "Crew 38" patches and insignia, Crew 38 is the support group for the Confederate Hammerskins (CHS), the most active chapter in HSN today. Top: Wade Page, far left, with glasses, hangs with some of his fellow Hammerskins. Center: Wade Page, far left, sporting Hammerskin patches (you don't wear those patches unless you are a member) joins Hammerskins on stage. Bottom: Wade Page, far right again with Hammerskins. At the time of his death, Page, 40, was a member of the CHS band Definite Hate, a longtime HSN band that has several Hammerskin-themed albums, including "Hammerfest 2009", and "Murder City Hammerfest 2010" and "Tribute to Hammer Joe", which was dedicated to the late Nordic Thunder singer Joe Rowan, who was killed in 1993 in a Green Bay, Wisconsin convenience store after a white power concert. Definite Hate played Hammerfest 2011 in Tampa, Florida. In 2005, Page, along with two members of Definite Hate started another band. End Apathy. According to their MySpace profile, End Apathy was based in Nashville, TN and North Carolina, and have several recordings released via the white power distribution company Label 56. In an interview on the Label 56 website, Page noted that after he left his native Colorado in 2000, he had been in other bands prior to End Apathy. "I had the opportunity to play bass with Youngland for 2 years back in 2001 - 2003 and during that time I filled in for various bands on guitar and bass including Celtic Warrior, Radikahl, Max Resist, Intimidation One, Aggressive Force, Blue Eyed Devils," he said. All these bands have been associated with HSN. Headed by Clemie Richard Haught, Label 56 is the music outlet for a violent neo-Nazi gang called Maryland State "Skinheads" (MDS). MDS head Jason Tankersley, while more involved with their Mixed Martial Arts arm has some organizational input over Label 56 as well. Label 56 has released a statement on its front page, which claims they've removed all of End Apathy's material from their store and to "not take what Wade did as honorable or respectable and please do not think we are all like that." Label 56 still promotes Youngland, however. The rest of Label 56's catalog of music that glorifies Nazi concentration camps ("Arbeit- Zum Einen Neuen Licht"), dead neo Nazis ("Joe Rowan memorial concert" and a Skrewdriver tribute CD and metal from well known European neo-Nazis (Lord Wind, Landser, Nokturnal Mortum) is still there. Label 56 is also promoting on their Facebook page the "European American Heritage Celebration" to be held in Moosic, PA this Saturday. That event is organized by Steve Smith, the former member of Keystone State "Skinheads" who last month became a Republican Committeman for his ward in Pittston, PA. In addition to Label 56, Tankersley ran Absolute Combat Sports, a Mixed-Martial Arts training outfit from Exile Fitness Center in Rosedale, MD. Absolute stopped operating at Exile sometime this year.
Neo-Nazi Rampage: Army Psy-Ops Vet, White Power Musician ID'd As Gunman in Sikh Shooting Aug 7, 2012 DemocracyNow.org - More details have come to light about the man who shot dead six worshippers and critically wounded three others at the Oak Creek Sikh temple in Wisconsin before he was killed by police. The gunman, Wade Michael Page, was a white, 40-year-old U.S. Army veteran with links to white supremacist groups and membership in skinhead rock bands. The Southern Poverty Law Center revealed it had been tracking Page for his views, calling him a "frustrated neo-Nazi who had been the leader of a racist white-power band." In the Army Page worked in psychological operations and was stationed at Fort Bliss and Fort Bragg. We're joined by the Southern Poverty Law Center's Mark Potok and by Don Walker, a reporter for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel covering the Sikh temple shooting. [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jY5NFNxYjoM&list=PL50BDB9BCCFAF09CA&index=2&feature=plcp[/video]
Wade Page Died Of Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound In Sikh Temple Shooting: FBI FBI Special Agent in Charge Teresa Carlson also told a Wednesday news conference that investigators determined gunman Wade Michael Page died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head after he was shot by police. Authorities previously said an officer had fired the fatal shot. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/0 ... 56064.html
And now back top the Olympics...
most excellent post from @ndy: http://slackbastard.anarchobase.com/?p=31996
As much as I dislike police, I'm going to give them props for taking this moron off this planet, I may dislike police but I HATE neo-nazis/KKK with a passion.