Jump to content
Washington Football Team Logo
Extremeskins

The White Terrorism Thread


Gamebreaker

Recommended Posts

Part of Georgia Guidestones damaged by explosion, GBI says

 

An explosion Wednesday at the mysterious Georgia Guidestones in Elberton, Georgia has caused significant damage to the stones.

 

(Video above shows the scene about 11:30 a.m. Wednesday)

 

The preliminary information indicates that someone detonated an explosive device at around 4 a.m. on Wednesday, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigations.

 

GBI officials said officials with the Elbert County Sheriff’s Office found the explosion destroyed a large portion of the structure.

 

guidestone2-1657125174.jpg?resize=660:*

 

What are the Georgia Guidestones?


The following is posted on ExploreGeorgia.org:

 

Quote

"The Georgia Guidestones, Elberton's most unusual set of granite monoliths, poses a mystery for the numerous visitors who visit the site seven miles north of Elberton on Georgia Highway 77. Known as America's Stonehenge, this 19-foot high monument displays a 10-part message espousing the conservation of mankind and future generations in 12 languages. The Guidestones also serve as an astronomical calendar, and every day at noon the sun shines through a narrow hole in the structure and illuminates the day’s date on an engraving. The names of four ancient languages are inscribed on the sides near the top: Babylonian cuneiform, Classical Greek, Sanskrit, and Egyptian Hieroglyphics. The Guidestones are mysterious in origin, for no one knows the identity of a group of sponsors who provided its specifications."

 

Click on the link for the full article

  • Haha 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 2 weeks later...
On 7/6/2022 at 3:37 PM, China said:

Part of Georgia Guidestones damaged by explosion, GBI says

 

An explosion Wednesday at the mysterious Georgia Guidestones in Elberton, Georgia has caused significant damage to the stones.

 

(Video above shows the scene about 11:30 a.m. Wednesday)

 

The preliminary information indicates that someone detonated an explosive device at around 4 a.m. on Wednesday, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigations.

 

GBI officials said officials with the Elbert County Sheriff’s Office found the explosion destroyed a large portion of the structure.

 

guidestone2-1657125174.jpg?resize=660:*

 

What are the Georgia Guidestones?


The following is posted on ExploreGeorgia.org:

 

 

Click on the link for the full article

So much for the only thing the three tourists a year that would visit that 💩hole might come to see.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 3 months later...

‘Kill Feds, Kill Police’: FBI Nabs Boogaloo Boi With Grenade Launcher

 

An anti-government extremist in Ohio built homemade machine guns, stockpiled silencers and bomb-making materials, and acquired a rifle-mounted grenade launcher—which he later said he received in a trade along with some “primo cocaine”—as part of a scheme to kill as many government officials as possible before police killed him, according to a criminal complaint obtained first by The Daily Beast.

 

Sandusky resident Aron McKillips, 29, was arrested Tuesday by members of a task force from the FBI’s Cleveland Division. He is a “well-known member” of the Boogaloo Bois, a loosely affiliated militia group seeking to overthrow the government by touching off a second Civil War, states the complaint, which was unsealed Tuesday in Toledo federal court. McKillips is charged with unlawful possession of a machine gun and interstate communication of threats.

 

Investigators say McKillips spoke often to other members, some of whom turned out to be federal informants, about his violent plans—including his desire to “blow up the IRS,” destroy Facebook headquarters, and carry out a copycat attack modeled on the deadly 2017 mass shooting at a Las Vegas country music concert. More prosaically, McKillips talked about detonating a pipe bomb at a local child support office last year over processing fees, the complaint states.

 

“This **** started out being a ****ing way to kill feds,” McKillips allegedly said in an audio recording posted to a Signal chat room last year in which he talked about “burning down federal buildings and shooting federal agents.”

 

“That’s what we were about,” McKillips continued, according to the complaint. “The main ****ing beginning was kill feds, kill police, kill government officials. Kill them. Murder them. Unalive them. Delete them. Get rid of them. And then it became ‘we’re gonna do this peaceful.’ **** that.”

 

Click on the link for the full article

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 4 weeks later...

FBI and DHS failing to address threat of domestic terrorism, according to new Senate report

 

Anew investigation by the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee into the rise of domestic terrorism has found that the federal government is failing to adequately address domestic terror attacks, which are predominantly perpetrated by white supremacists and anti-government extremists.

 

Although the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI have identified domestic terrorism, specifically white supremacist violence, as "the most persistent and lethal terrorist threat," the federal government has continued to allocate resources to focus on international terrorist threats instead, according to the report. 

 

The 128-page report is the culmination of a three-year investigation, which relies on public testimony and interviews with federal law enforcement officials and executives from Meta (formerly Facebook), Twitter, YouTube and TikTok, as well as more than 2,000 "key documents" that offer insight into the most significant terror threats facing the U.S.

 

Click on the link for the full article

  • Sad 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

DHS warns of heightened threats ahead of holidays

 

The Department of Homeland Security is warning of rising threats in the coming months.

 

A report from DHS referred to a heightened threat environment, with risks of domestic terror attacks committed by lone-wolf actors or groups motivated by personal grievances and violent ideologies.

 

The report, which comes ahead of the holiday season, said potential targets include public gatherings, religious institutions, government facilities, schools and the LGBTQ+ community. The agency also warned of possible attacks against the media, critical infrastructure and perceived ideological opponents.

 

“Perceptions of government overreach continue to drive individuals to attempt to commit violence targeting government officials and law enforcement officers,” the report stated. “Some domestic violent extremists have expressed grievances based on perceptions that the government is overstepping its constitutional authorities or failing to perform its duties.”

 

DHS pointed to an uptick in extremist content online as well as recent attacks like the Colorado Springs shooting at a gay nightclub that killed five people and recent threats made against the Jewish community in New York City.

 

Click on the link for the full article

  • Sad 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

People trying to "rebrand" the same old **** we've seen forever just make me snort in disgust. White supremacist extremism and terrorism has been a bedrock principle in America since before its inception. Proud Boys defending themselves by saying "well we told the cops ahead of time" just points out exactly where the lines are drawn. Homeland security fabricating threats to attack protesters? Same **** as the Chicago cops rioting in '68 and blaming it on the Black Panthers, Hoover and his files. We haven't just been here before, we're still here.

 

So, on this day in history.....

Chicago Police Assassinate Black Panther Party Leaders Fred Hampton and Mark Clark in Pre-Dawn Raid

https://calendar.eji.org/racial-injustice/dec/04?fbclid=IwAR02JsFgNdfTXtNVdHqC1Alb-fmu7TSLjRRasjo-u68Iynm8c9LgD4HAF_I

 

 

  • Thanks 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 2 months later...

The Idea Of The Lone, Violent White Extremist Is A Myth, And Its Dangerous

 

On Feb. 15, 2023, a judge informed Payton Gendron — a white 19-year-old who killed 10 Black people at a Buffalo Tops market in 2022 — that “You will never see the light of day as a free man ever again.”

 

The week before, Patrick Crusius — a white 24-year-old who gunned down 23 people at an El Paso Walmart in 2019 — received 90 consecutive life sentences.

 

The threat of domestic terrorism remains high in the United States — especially the danger posed by white power extremists, many of whom believe white people are being “replaced” by people of color.

 

I am a scholar of political violence and extremism and wrote about these beliefs in a 2021 book, “It Can Happen Here: White Power and the Rising Threat of Genocide in the US.” I think it’s important to understand the lessons that can be learned from events like the Buffalo and El Paso mass shootings.

 

After decades of research on numerous attacks that have left scores dead, we have learned that extremists are almost always part of a pack, not lone wolves. But the myth of the lone wolf shooter remains tenacious, reappearing in media coverage after almost every mass shooting or act of far-right extremist violence. Because this myth misdirects people from the actual causes of extremist violence, it impedes society’s ability to prevent attacks.

 

FBI Director Christopher Wray said in August 2022 that the nation’s top threat comes from far-right extremist “lone actors” — who, he explained, work alone, instead of “as part of a large group.”

 

Wray is wrong, and the myth of the lone wolf extremist — the mistaken idea that violent extremists largely act alone — continues to directly inform research, law enforcement and the popular imagination.

 

I think that Wray’s focus on extremism is much needed and long overdue. However, his line of thinking is dangerous and misleading. By focusing on individuals or small groups, it overlooks broader networks and long-term dangers and so can impede efforts to combat far-right extremist violence — which Wray has singled out as the country’s most lethal domestic threat.

 

Far-right extremists may physically carry out an attack alone or as part of a small group of people, but they are almost always networked and identify with larger groups and causes.

This was true long before the social media age. Take Timothy McVeigh. He is often depicted as the archetypal lone wolf madman who blew up the Oklahoma City Federal Building in 1995.

 

In fact, McVeigh was part of a pack. He had accomplices and was connected across the far-right extremist landscape.

 

The same is true of Gendron and Crusius, who were also characterized in media coverage as lone wolves.

 

Click on the link for the full article

  • Thanks 2
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Sooo...  acts of war by an organized enemy are seen as individual criminal actions to be handled as local police matters instead of what they actually are.

 


Seems to me I've heard this somewhere before.

 

~Bang

  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Smith & Wesson Clarifies Tweet Appearing to Tout the Proud Boys

 

Smith & Wesson’s Twitter account came under fire on Monday afternoon after it tweeted out a photo of an assault rifle-toting model in a black-and-yellow shirt with the letters “PB” emblazoned on it, with social media users pointing out the logo and color scheme’s resemblance to Proud Boys iconography. 

 

Blank_3000_x_1688_35_m2tktw

 

The tweet was swiftly deleted, but a slightly amended version was posted minutes later, clarifying that the yellow “PB” logo was not in fact a reference to the neo-fascist group but “Perce|eption Brand,” a small conservative apparel company also selling anti-vaxxer “Booosted” stickers and “Killafornia” hoodies. “Perce|eption Brand creates apparel + goods for the tactical athlete,” explained the new post, which quickly accrued hundreds of quote-tweets slamming the company for splitting hairs. 

 

Click on the link for the full article

 

Can one of the gun experts here, such as @TheGreatBuzz explain why a suppressor would be needed for home/self defense?  Of course, I'm assuming that's what the guy in the picture is doing, because why else does he need the AR and handgun if he's not in the military and not hunting?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

17 minutes ago, China said:

Smith & Wesson Clarifies Tweet Appearing to Tout the Proud Boys

 

Smith & Wesson’s Twitter account came under fire on Monday afternoon after it tweeted out a photo of an assault rifle-toting model in a black-and-yellow shirt with the letters “PB” emblazoned on it, with social media users pointing out the logo and color scheme’s resemblance to Proud Boys iconography. 

 

Blank_3000_x_1688_35_m2tktw

 

The tweet was swiftly deleted, but a slightly amended version was posted minutes later, clarifying that the yellow “PB” logo was not in fact a reference to the neo-fascist group but “Perce|eption Brand,” a small conservative apparel company also selling anti-vaxxer “Booosted” stickers and “Killafornia” hoodies. “Perce|eption Brand creates apparel + goods for the tactical athlete,” explained the new post, which quickly accrued hundreds of quote-tweets slamming the company for splitting hairs. 

 

Click on the link for the full article

 

Can one of the gun experts here, such as @TheGreatBuzz explain why a suppressor would be needed for home/self defense?  Of course, I'm assuming that's what the guy in the picture is doing, because why else does he need the AR and handgun if he's not in the military and not hunting?

 

*note not all of these are not necessarily my arguments, just providing some talking points*

 

1. Doesn't matter if it is "needed" because freedom.

 

2.  Keeping down the decibel level of the shot scares away other animals less.

 

3.  People who do a lot of target practice use them to lower hearing damage.

 

4.  Firing a gun in a closed space like your living room works like a flash bang and can be very disorienting which dangerous assuming the threat remains after that first shot.  

 

That's probably the most popular ones.  They aren't all bad arguments, not something that motivates me a lot.  It requires a stamp which means you're on another government list.  They are moderately pointless if you don't have subsonic rounds which bring their own issues.  They are fun to shoot with, especially the military grade stuff.

  • Thanks 2
  • Sad 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 2 weeks later...

The Boogaloo Bois Are Plotting a Bloody Comeback: ‘We Will Go to War’

 

With their trademark Hawaiian shirts, tactical gear, and AR-style rifles, the Boogaloo Bois burst onto the American protest scene in 2020, testing the limits of open-carry laws while rallying around shared fantasies of armed insurrection. At the center of their movement was Mike Dunn, then a 19-year-old baby-faced former marine, who’d built a name for himself organizing militia groups across Virginia.


But it wasn’t just flashy displays of defiance and edgy memes that made the Boogaloo Bois infamous: That year, Boogaloo members racked up charges for shooting at police stations, plotting to sabotage the power grid, participating in a conspiracy to kidnap the governor of Michigan, and even attempting to sell arms to Hamas. 

 

But the breaking point for the government was when a Boogaloo Boi murdered two law enforcement officers in California. The DOJ formed a task force to investigate anti-government extremists and the FBI began knocking on doors. Six months later, almost as quickly as these floral-shirted militants had materialized on American streets, the Boogaloo Bois disappeared from public view. Even Dunn hung up his Hawaiian shirt, changed his phone number, got a job at a county jail, and laid low for a while. 

 

The sudden disappearance of the Boogaloos fueled speculation that the slew of DOJ investigations and arrests had literally taken them off the board—perhaps destroying the movement forever. “The fact of the matter is the FBI won,” a once-prominent Boogaloo from Texas recently wrote online. 

 

While it’s true that the threat of prosecution caused the Boogaloo Bois to lower their profile, the fierce anti-government ideology underpinning the movement never went anywhere. And now, the Boogaloo Bois appear to be regrouping, plotting their public comeback to coincide with what many fear could be a tense, even violent, presidential election season. 


In the last six months, the Boogaloo Bois have returned to Facebook and are using the platform to funnel new recruits (and “OG Bois”) into smaller subgroups, with the goal of coordinating offline meet-ups and training, according to data obtained by the Tech Transparency Project and shared exclusively with VICE News. They’re posting propaganda videos, guides to sniper training and guerilla warfare, and how-tos for assembling untraceable ghost guns. “The Bois are back in town,” declared a member of one of the new groups. (Facebook deleted many of the groups after VICE News reached out for this story.)

 

Click on the link for the full article

  • Thumb down 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 2 months later...

U-Haul driver identified, charged after crashing truck into barriers near White House: police

 

Authorities have arrested a 19-year-old Missouri man they say intentionally rammed a U-Haul truck into security barriers on the north side of Lafayette Square near the White House Monday.

 

U.S. Park Police say Sai Var****h Kandula of Chesterfield, Missouri, was taken into custody at the scene. Kandula faces multiple charges including assault with a dangerous weapon, reckless operation of a motor vehicle, the threat to kill, kidnap, or inflict bodily harm on a President, Vice President, or family, destruction of federal property, and trespassing.

 

Officials released his name Tuesday. No one was injured in the crash.

 

The collision happened just before 10:00 p.m. near 16th Street. Roadways and walkways around the area were closed off while police investigated.

 

The incident prompted the evacuation at The Hay-Adams hotel on 800 block of 16th Street.

 

Cell phone video shot at the scene showed the truck crashing into the barriers. Law enforcement recovered a red, white, and black Nazi flag from the vehicle. FOX 5's Melanie Alnwick says a backpack, duct tape, and a notebook with pages full of writing was also retrieved from the truck.

 

Had the barriers been breached, two fences providing additional layers of security would have been in-between the driver and the White House.

 

Click on the link for the full article and video

Link to comment
Share on other sites

It’s not unusual for one off attempts to breach the White House perimeter. But a 19yo from out of state driving a UHaul with a Nazi flag? Seems to be something coordinated. What was the goal if he got past the barrier? He surely would have been shot on site.

  • Thumb up 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    • No registered users viewing this page.
×
×
  • Create New...