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Basia
2018-07-08 04:55:51 UTC
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Sciepa ma mu za zle ze jakichs rasistowskich
korelacji wyszukuje. Wyszukuje nie korelacji
co miejsca dla siebie w swoim nowym domu,

...rasistowskim Syjonie.

Want to Meet America’s Worst Racists? Come to the Northwest
Confederate sympathizers have nothing on the ‘Northwest Front.’

By CASEY MICHEL July 07, 2015

Much of the national debate over racism in the aftermath of last month’s mass murder in Charleston, S.C., has focused on the South and its strange and sometimes jarring nostalgia for the Confederacy. And yet tucked away in the Pacific Northwest of the United States is a vicious group that most people have never heard of but the nation’s most virulent online racists know well (among them, accused South Carolina murderer Dylann Roof, who wrote about the group in his now-infamous “manifesto”).

The group is called the Northwest Front and its final solution to the race "problem," if you will, is to expel non-white people from the Pacific Northwest and to establish a mono-racial republic there.

Racism knows no region, it’s safe to say. While the Pacific Northwest can abstain from the debate on the removal of traitorous colors from the Capitol grounds—Oregon was the last state in the Union before the Civil War’s outbreak, after all—the region bears a racial legacy tinted by an ignorance, a decades-old vision of minority-free lands, as stark as any in the United States.

To be sure, the Northwest Front represents a fringe campaign, a minority of a minority seeking to expunge the Pacific Northwest of any color but white. According to Harold Covington, the group’s leader, the union of Washington State, Oregon, Idaho and western Montana would be “kind of like the white version of Israel. I don’t see why the Jews are the only people on Earth that get their own country and everyone else has to be diverse.” Covington knows precisely what he’s gone in for: “Of course it’s racism. What’s wrong with racism? It’s the purist form of patriotism.”

Numbers on the Northwest Front are hard to come by—the group does without formal membership—but the Southern Poverty Law Center maintains Northwest Front as one of the foremost white nationalist groups in the region. The group’s reach has as much to do with its push as it does with its leader, Covington. While no direct connection between Roof and Covington has yet emerged, aside from Roof’s broadsides about Northwest Front, circumstance and parallel motivations twin the two.

In 1972, while a member of the U.S. Army, Covington wormed his way into his first neo-Nazi organization. He soon found himself in Bulawayo, Rhodesia (a nation whose colors Roof, coincidentally, didn’t hesitate to sport). While there, Covington managed to start both the Rhodesian White People’s Party and the South African Friends of the Movement. But Covington quickly outstayed his welcome, and his screeching anti-Semitism soon saw him deported from one of the most racist regimes extant.

Not long thereafter, however, Covington set his sights more domestically—and tapped into a vein of racial stratification long overlooked within the U.S. For Covington, the Pacific Northwest could prove the well-spring for the white supremacists’ dreams. An independent ethnie. A Rhodesia regained.

But don’t think Covington’s claims—that he can flip the vertiginous Northwest into an autarkic ethno-state—are novel. Rather, Covington tapped into a racist longing that has long festered in this part of the country, a tide of American history that’s never been properly addressed. From its earliest American outset, the Pacific Northwest was long meant to be a land for the white caste. “Whites Only” writ large.

Look at Oregon, for instance. As Walidah Imarisha of Portland State University’s Black Studies Department told me, “Oregon was founded as a state, as a territory, as a white homeland. Folks who answered that call wanted to build their perfect white society.” And not in the same vein of a three-fifths-clause South, where black Americans would be tolerated, if in servitude. Oregon would be different. While the state remained in the Union—and actually proved pivotal to Abraham Lincoln’s nomination on the Republican ticket—Oregon’s founders mentioned racial unity in the state's original documents. To wit, the 1850 Oregon Donation Land Act allowed free land to whites alone. And during an 1857 vote on the constitution’s formulation, some 83 percent of participants voted to prohibit “free negroes” from living or working in the state. Chief Justice George Williams, who later served as attorney general for President Ulysses Grant, summed the sentiment, lobbying voters to “consecrate Oregon to the use of the white man, and exclude the negro, Chinaman, and every race of that character.” According to one researcher, Oregon was “the only state ever admitted with a black exclusion clause in its constitution.” There’s a reason, growing up in Portland, that my seventh-grade teacher informed us Oregon was often considered the most racist state west of the Mississippi.

https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2015/07/northwest-front-americas-worst-racists-119803
andal
2018-07-08 05:24:56 UTC
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Sciepa ma mu za zle ze jakichs rasistowskich korelacji wyszukuje.
Wyszukuje nie korelacji co miejsca dla siebie w swoim nowym domu,
...rasistowskim Syjonie.
Want to Meet America’s Worst Racists? Come to the Northwest Confederate
sympathizers have nothing on the ‘Northwest Front.’
By CASEY MICHEL July 07, 2015
Much of the national debate over racism in the aftermath of last month’s
mass murder in Charleston, S.C., has focused on the South and its
strange and sometimes jarring nostalgia for the Confederacy. And yet
tucked away in the Pacific Northwest of the United States is a vicious
group that most people have never heard of but the nation’s most
virulent online racists know well (among them, accused South Carolina
murderer Dylann Roof, who wrote about the group in his now-infamous
“manifesto”).
The group is called the Northwest Front and its final solution to the
race "problem," if you will, is to expel non-white people from the
Pacific Northwest and to establish a mono-racial republic there.
Racism knows no region, it’s safe to say. While the Pacific Northwest
can abstain from the debate on the removal of traitorous colors from the
Capitol grounds—Oregon was the last state in the Union before the Civil
War’s outbreak, after all—the region bears a racial legacy tinted by an
ignorance, a decades-old vision of minority-free lands, as stark as any
in the United States.
To be sure, the Northwest Front represents a fringe campaign, a minority
of a minority seeking to expunge the Pacific Northwest of any color but
white. According to Harold Covington, the group’s leader, the union of
Washington State, Oregon, Idaho and western Montana would be “kind of
like the white version of Israel. I don’t see why the Jews are the only
people on Earth that get their own country and everyone else has to be
diverse.” Covington knows precisely what he’s gone in for: “Of course
it’s racism. What’s wrong with racism? It’s the purist form of
patriotism.”
Numbers on the Northwest Front are hard to come by—the group does
without formal membership—but the Southern Poverty Law Center maintains
Northwest Front as one of the foremost white nationalist groups in the
region. The group’s reach has as much to do with its push as it does
with its leader, Covington. While no direct connection between Roof and
Covington has yet emerged, aside from Roof’s broadsides about Northwest
Front, circumstance and parallel motivations twin the two.
In 1972, while a member of the U.S. Army, Covington wormed his way into
his first neo-Nazi organization. He soon found himself in Bulawayo,
Rhodesia (a nation whose colors Roof, coincidentally, didn’t hesitate to
sport). While there, Covington managed to start both the Rhodesian White
People’s Party and the South African Friends of the Movement. But
Covington quickly outstayed his welcome, and his screeching
anti-Semitism soon saw him deported from one of the most racist regimes
extant.
Not long thereafter, however, Covington set his sights more
domestically—and tapped into a vein of racial stratification long
overlooked within the U.S. For Covington, the Pacific Northwest could
prove the well-spring for the white supremacists’ dreams. An independent
ethnie. A Rhodesia regained.
But don’t think Covington’s claims—that he can flip the vertiginous
Northwest into an autarkic ethno-state—are novel. Rather, Covington
tapped into a racist longing that has long festered in this part of the
country, a tide of American history that’s never been properly
addressed. From its earliest American outset, the Pacific Northwest was
long meant to be a land for the white caste. “Whites Only” writ large.
Look at Oregon, for instance. As Walidah Imarisha of Portland State
University’s Black Studies Department told me, “Oregon was founded as a
state, as a territory, as a white homeland. Folks who answered that call
wanted to build their perfect white society.” And not in the same vein
of a three-fifths-clause South, where black Americans would be
tolerated, if in servitude. Oregon would be different. While the state
remained in the Union—and actually proved pivotal to Abraham Lincoln’s
nomination on the Republican ticket—Oregon’s founders mentioned racial
unity in the state's original documents. To wit, the 1850 Oregon
Donation Land Act allowed free land to whites alone. And during an 1857
vote on the constitution’s formulation, some 83 percent of participants
voted to prohibit “free negroes” from living or working in the state.
Chief Justice George Williams, who later served as attorney general for
President Ulysses Grant, summed the sentiment, lobbying voters to
“consecrate Oregon to the use of the white man, and exclude the negro,
Chinaman, and every race of that character.” According to one
researcher, Oregon was “the only state ever admitted with a black
exclusion clause in its constitution.” There’s a reason, growing up in
Portland, that my seventh-grade teacher informed us Oregon was often
considered the most racist state west of the Mississippi.
https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2015/07/northwest-front-
americas-worst-racists-119803

Baska, dziekuje, zaczynam sie pakowac
Taras Bulba
2018-07-08 06:15:40 UTC
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Post by Basia
Sciepa ma mu za zle ze jakichs rasistowskich
korelacji wyszukuje. Wyszukuje nie korelacji
co miejsca dla siebie w swoim nowym domu,
...rasistowskim Syjonie.
Want to Meet America’s Worst Racists? Come to the Northwest
Confederate sympathizers have nothing on the ‘Northwest Front.’
By CASEY MICHEL July 07, 2015
Much of the national debate over racism in the aftermath of last month’s mass murder in Charleston, S.C., has focused on the South and its strange and sometimes jarring nostalgia for the Confederacy. And yet tucked away in the Pacific Northwest of the United States is a vicious group that most people have never heard of but the nation’s most virulent online racists know well (among them, accused South Carolina murderer Dylann Roof, who wrote about the group in his now-infamous “manifesto”).
The group is called the Northwest Front and its final solution to the race "problem," if you will, is to expel non-white people from the Pacific Northwest and to establish a mono-racial republic there.
Racism knows no region, it’s safe to say. While the Pacific Northwest can abstain from the debate on the removal of traitorous colors from the Capitol grounds—Oregon was the last state in the Union before the Civil War’s outbreak, after all—the region bears a racial legacy tinted by an ignorance, a decades-old vision of minority-free lands, as stark as any in the United States.
To be sure, the Northwest Front represents a fringe campaign, a minority of a minority seeking to expunge the Pacific Northwest of any color but white. According to Harold Covington, the group’s leader, the union of Washington State, Oregon, Idaho and western Montana would be “kind of like the white version of Israel. I don’t see why the Jews are the only people on Earth that get their own country and everyone else has to be diverse.” Covington knows precisely what he’s gone in for: “Of course it’s racism. What’s wrong with racism? It’s the purist form of patriotism.”
Numbers on the Northwest Front are hard to come by—the group does without formal membership—but the Southern Poverty Law Center maintains Northwest Front as one of the foremost white nationalist groups in the region. The group’s reach has as much to do with its push as it does with its leader, Covington. While no direct connection between Roof and Covington has yet emerged, aside from Roof’s broadsides about Northwest Front, circumstance and parallel motivations twin the two.
In 1972, while a member of the U.S. Army, Covington wormed his way into his first neo-Nazi organization. He soon found himself in Bulawayo, Rhodesia (a nation whose colors Roof, coincidentally, didn’t hesitate to sport). While there, Covington managed to start both the Rhodesian White People’s Party and the South African Friends of the Movement. But Covington quickly outstayed his welcome, and his screeching anti-Semitism soon saw him deported from one of the most racist regimes extant.
Not long thereafter, however, Covington set his sights more domestically—and tapped into a vein of racial stratification long overlooked within the U.S. For Covington, the Pacific Northwest could prove the well-spring for the white supremacists’ dreams. An independent ethnie. A Rhodesia regained.
But don’t think Covington’s claims—that he can flip the vertiginous Northwest into an autarkic ethno-state—are novel. Rather, Covington tapped into a racist longing that has long festered in this part of the country, a tide of American history that’s never been properly addressed. From its earliest American outset, the Pacific Northwest was long meant to be a land for the white caste. “Whites Only” writ large.
Look at Oregon, for instance. As Walidah Imarisha of Portland State University’s Black Studies Department told me, “Oregon was founded as a state, as a territory, as a white homeland. Folks who answered that call wanted to build their perfect white society.” And not in the same vein of a three-fifths-clause South, where black Americans would be tolerated, if in servitude. Oregon would be different. While the state remained in the Union—and actually proved pivotal to Abraham Lincoln’s nomination on the Republican ticket—Oregon’s founders mentioned racial unity in the state's original documents. To wit, the 1850 Oregon Donation Land Act allowed free land to whites alone. And during an 1857 vote on the constitution’s formulation, some 83 percent of participants voted to prohibit “free negroes” from living or working in the state. Chief Justice George Williams, who later served as attorney general for President Ulysses Grant, summed the sentiment, lobbying voters to “consecrate Oregon to the use of the white man, and exclude the negro, Chinaman, and every race of that character.” According to one researcher, Oregon was “the only state ever admitted with a black exclusion clause in its constitution.” There’s a reason, growing up in Portland, that my seventh-grade teacher informed us Oregon was often considered the most racist state west of the Mississippi.
https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2015/07/northwest-front-americas-worst-racists-119803
Podobno widziano dwoch gdzes w okolicy Snake River a moze Soap lake. W Lakewood ktos wlozyl komus jakas wizytowke za wycieraczke. Ale maja swoj webpage. Sa grozni, jak kazdy z bronia.
Basia
2018-07-08 07:26:50 UTC
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Post by Basia
Sciepa ma mu za zle ze jakichs rasistowskich
korelacji wyszukuje. Wyszukuje nie korelacji
co miejsca dla siebie w swoim nowym domu,
...rasistowskim Syjonie.
Want to Meet America’s Worst Racists? Come to the Northwest
Confederate sympathizers have nothing on the ‘Northwest Front.’
By CASEY MICHEL July 07, 2015
Much of the national debate over racism in the aftermath of last month’s mass murder in Charleston, S.C., has focused on the South and its strange and sometimes jarring nostalgia for the Confederacy. And yet tucked away in the Pacific Northwest of the United States is a vicious group that most people have never heard of but the nation’s most virulent online racists know well (among them, accused South Carolina murderer Dylann Roof, who wrote about the group in his now-infamous “manifesto”).
The group is called the Northwest Front and its final solution to the race "problem," if you will, is to expel non-white people from the Pacific Northwest and to establish a mono-racial republic there.
Racism knows no region, it’s safe to say. While the Pacific Northwest can abstain from the debate on the removal of traitorous colors from the Capitol grounds—Oregon was the last state in the Union before the Civil War’s outbreak, after all—the region bears a racial legacy tinted by an ignorance, a decades-old vision of minority-free lands, as stark as any in the United States.
To be sure, the Northwest Front represents a fringe campaign, a minority of a minority seeking to expunge the Pacific Northwest of any color but white. According to Harold Covington, the group’s leader, the union of Washington State, Oregon, Idaho and western Montana would be “kind of like the white version of Israel. I don’t see why the Jews are the only people on Earth that get their own country and everyone else has to be diverse.” Covington knows precisely what he’s gone in for: “Of course it’s racism. What’s wrong with racism? It’s the purist form of patriotism.”
Numbers on the Northwest Front are hard to come by—the group does without formal membership—but the Southern Poverty Law Center maintains Northwest Front as one of the foremost white nationalist groups in the region. The group’s reach has as much to do with its push as it does with its leader, Covington. While no direct connection between Roof and Covington has yet emerged, aside from Roof’s broadsides about Northwest Front, circumstance and parallel motivations twin the two.
In 1972, while a member of the U.S. Army, Covington wormed his way into his first neo-Nazi organization. He soon found himself in Bulawayo, Rhodesia (a nation whose colors Roof, coincidentally, didn’t hesitate to sport). While there, Covington managed to start both the Rhodesian White People’s Party and the South African Friends of the Movement. But Covington quickly outstayed his welcome, and his screeching anti-Semitism soon saw him deported from one of the most racist regimes extant.
Not long thereafter, however, Covington set his sights more domestically—and tapped into a vein of racial stratification long overlooked within the U.S. For Covington, the Pacific Northwest could prove the well-spring for the white supremacists’ dreams. An independent ethnie. A Rhodesia regained.
But don’t think Covington’s claims—that he can flip the vertiginous Northwest into an autarkic ethno-state—are novel. Rather, Covington tapped into a racist longing that has long festered in this part of the country, a tide of American history that’s never been properly addressed. From its earliest American outset, the Pacific Northwest was long meant to be a land for the white caste. “Whites Only” writ large.
Look at Oregon, for instance. As Walidah Imarisha of Portland State University’s Black Studies Department told me, “Oregon was founded as a state, as a territory, as a white homeland. Folks who answered that call wanted to build their perfect white society.” And not in the same vein of a three-fifths-clause South, where black Americans would be tolerated, if in servitude. Oregon would be different. While the state remained in the Union—and actually proved pivotal to Abraham Lincoln’s nomination on the Republican ticket—Oregon’s founders mentioned racial unity in the state's original documents. To wit, the 1850 Oregon Donation Land Act allowed free land to whites alone. And during an 1857 vote on the constitution’s formulation, some 83 percent of participants voted to prohibit “free negroes” from living or working in the state. Chief Justice George Williams, who later served as attorney general for President Ulysses Grant, summed the sentiment, lobbying voters to “consecrate Oregon to the use of the white man, and exclude the negro, Chinaman, and every race of that character.” According to one researcher, Oregon was “the only state ever admitted with a black exclusion clause in its constitution.” There’s a reason, growing up in Portland, that my seventh-grade teacher informed us Oregon was often considered the most racist state west of the Mississippi.
https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2015/07/northwest-front-americas-worst-racists-119803
Podobno widziano dwoch gdzes w okolicy Snake River a moze Soap lake. W Lakewood ktos wlozyl komus jakas wizytowke za wycieraczke. Ale maja swoj webpage. Sa grozni, jak kazdy z bronia.
W murzynskim kosciele w Charleston S.Carolina.

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/12/13/universal/document-Dylann-Roof-manifesto.html
Coroner
2018-07-08 08:01:26 UTC
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Post by Taras Bulba
Sciepa ma mu za zle ze jakichs rasistowskich korelacji wyszukuje.
Wyszukuje nie korelacji co miejsca dla siebie w swoim nowym domu,
...rasistowskim Syjonie.
Want to Meet America’s Worst Racists? Come to the Northwest Confederate
sympathizers have nothing on the ‘Northwest Front.’
By CASEY MICHEL July 07, 2015
Much of the national debate over racism in the aftermath of last
month’s mass murder in Charleston, S.C., has focused on the South and
its strange and sometimes jarring nostalgia for the Confederacy. And
yet tucked away in the Pacific Northwest of the United States is a
vicious group that most people have never heard of but the nation’s
most virulent online racists know well (among them, accused South
Carolina murderer Dylann Roof, who wrote about the group in his
now-infamous “manifesto”).
The group is called the Northwest Front and its final solution to the
race "problem," if you will, is to expel non-white people from the
Pacific Northwest and to establish a mono-racial republic there.
Racism knows no region, it’s safe to say. While the Pacific Northwest
can abstain from the debate on the removal of traitorous colors from
the Capitol grounds—Oregon was the last state in the Union before the
Civil War’s outbreak, after all—the region bears a racial legacy tinted
by an ignorance, a decades-old vision of minority-free lands, as stark
as any in the United States.
To be sure, the Northwest Front represents a fringe campaign, a
minority of a minority seeking to expunge the Pacific Northwest of any
color but white. According to Harold Covington, the group’s leader, the
union of Washington State, Oregon, Idaho and western Montana would be
“kind of like the white version of Israel. I don’t see why the Jews are
the only people on Earth that get their own country and everyone else
“Of course it’s racism. What’s wrong with racism? It’s the purist form
of patriotism.”
Numbers on the Northwest Front are hard to come by—the group does
without formal membership—but the Southern Poverty Law Center maintains
Northwest Front as one of the foremost white nationalist groups in the
region. The group’s reach has as much to do with its push as it does
with its leader, Covington. While no direct connection between Roof and
Covington has yet emerged, aside from Roof’s broadsides about Northwest
Front, circumstance and parallel motivations twin the two.
In 1972, while a member of the U.S. Army, Covington wormed his way into
his first neo-Nazi organization. He soon found himself in Bulawayo,
Rhodesia (a nation whose colors Roof, coincidentally, didn’t hesitate
to sport). While there, Covington managed to start both the Rhodesian
White People’s Party and the South African Friends of the Movement. But
Covington quickly outstayed his welcome, and his screeching
anti-Semitism soon saw him deported from one of the most racist regimes
extant.
Not long thereafter, however, Covington set his sights more
domestically—and tapped into a vein of racial stratification long
overlooked within the U.S. For Covington, the Pacific Northwest could
prove the well-spring for the white supremacists’ dreams. An
independent ethnie. A Rhodesia regained.
But don’t think Covington’s claims—that he can flip the vertiginous
Northwest into an autarkic ethno-state—are novel. Rather, Covington
tapped into a racist longing that has long festered in this part of the
country, a tide of American history that’s never been properly
addressed. From its earliest American outset, the Pacific Northwest was
long meant to be a land for the white caste. “Whites Only” writ large.
Look at Oregon, for instance. As Walidah Imarisha of Portland State
University’s Black Studies Department told me, “Oregon was founded as a
state, as a territory, as a white homeland. Folks who answered that
call wanted to build their perfect white society.” And not in the same
vein of a three-fifths-clause South, where black Americans would be
tolerated, if in servitude. Oregon would be different. While the state
remained in the Union—and actually proved pivotal to Abraham Lincoln’s
nomination on the Republican ticket—Oregon’s founders mentioned racial
unity in the state's original documents. To wit, the 1850 Oregon
Donation Land Act allowed free land to whites alone. And during an
1857 vote on the constitution’s formulation, some 83 percent of
participants voted to prohibit “free negroes” from living or working in
the state. Chief Justice George Williams, who later served as attorney
general for President Ulysses Grant, summed the sentiment, lobbying
voters to “consecrate Oregon to the use of the white man, and exclude
the negro, Chinaman, and every race of that character.” According to
one researcher, Oregon was “the only state ever admitted with a black
exclusion clause in its constitution.” There’s a reason, growing up in
Portland, that my seventh-grade teacher informed us Oregon was often
considered the most racist state west of the Mississippi.
https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2015/07/northwest-front-
americas-worst-racists-119803
Post by Taras Bulba
Podobno widziano dwoch gdzes w okolicy Snake River a moze Soap lake. W
Lakewood ktos wlozyl komus jakas wizytowke za wycieraczke. Ale maja swoj
webpage. Sa grozni, jak kazdy z bronia.
dobra, dobra, ale jak Ty Taras te mecze ogladasz, kiedy tam przed kazdym
meczem pilkarze transparent z "say no to racism russia" niosa. Toz to
chyba juz przed meczem przez te elementy z innego swiata czlowiek chyba
niepewnie i nerwowo sie czuje? ;)
Andrew Karts
2018-07-08 16:50:26 UTC
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Czuje sie doskonale. Ale to nie w mojej glowie te brzydkie skojarzeia wszakze dominuje. Wiec wowczas czuje sie jeszcze lepiej :-))
Taras Bulba
2018-07-09 03:18:08 UTC
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Post by Basia
Sciepa ma mu za zle ze jakichs rasistowskich
korelacji wyszukuje. Wyszukuje nie korelacji
co miejsca dla siebie w swoim nowym domu,
...rasistowskim Syjonie.
Want to Meet America’s Worst Racists? Come to the Northwest
Confederate sympathizers have nothing on the ‘Northwest Front.’
By CASEY MICHEL July 07, 2015
Much of the national debate over racism in the aftermath of last month’s mass murder in Charleston, S.C., has focused on the South and its strange and sometimes jarring nostalgia for the Confederacy. And yet tucked away in the Pacific Northwest of the United States is a vicious group that most people have never heard of but the nation’s most virulent online racists know well (among them, accused South Carolina murderer Dylann Roof, who wrote about the group in his now-infamous “manifesto”).
The group is called the Northwest Front and its final solution to the race "problem," if you will, is to expel non-white people from the Pacific Northwest and to establish a mono-racial republic there.
Racism knows no region, it’s safe to say. While the Pacific Northwest can abstain from the debate on the removal of traitorous colors from the Capitol grounds—Oregon was the last state in the Union before the Civil War’s outbreak, after all—the region bears a racial legacy tinted by an ignorance, a decades-old vision of minority-free lands, as stark as any in the United States.
To be sure, the Northwest Front represents a fringe campaign, a minority of a minority seeking to expunge the Pacific Northwest of any color but white. According to Harold Covington, the group’s leader, the union of Washington State, Oregon, Idaho and western Montana would be “kind of like the white version of Israel. I don’t see why the Jews are the only people on Earth that get their own country and everyone else has to be diverse.” Covington knows precisely what he’s gone in for: “Of course it’s racism. What’s wrong with racism? It’s the purist form of patriotism.”
Numbers on the Northwest Front are hard to come by—the group does without formal membership—but the Southern Poverty Law Center maintains Northwest Front as one of the foremost white nationalist groups in the region. The group’s reach has as much to do with its push as it does with its leader, Covington. While no direct connection between Roof and Covington has yet emerged, aside from Roof’s broadsides about Northwest Front, circumstance and parallel motivations twin the two.
In 1972, while a member of the U.S. Army, Covington wormed his way into his first neo-Nazi organization. He soon found himself in Bulawayo, Rhodesia (a nation whose colors Roof, coincidentally, didn’t hesitate to sport). While there, Covington managed to start both the Rhodesian White People’s Party and the South African Friends of the Movement. But Covington quickly outstayed his welcome, and his screeching anti-Semitism soon saw him deported from one of the most racist regimes extant.
Not long thereafter, however, Covington set his sights more domestically—and tapped into a vein of racial stratification long overlooked within the U.S. For Covington, the Pacific Northwest could prove the well-spring for the white supremacists’ dreams. An independent ethnie. A Rhodesia regained.
But don’t think Covington’s claims—that he can flip the vertiginous Northwest into an autarkic ethno-state—are novel. Rather, Covington tapped into a racist longing that has long festered in this part of the country, a tide of American history that’s never been properly addressed. From its earliest American outset, the Pacific Northwest was long meant to be a land for the white caste. “Whites Only” writ large.
Look at Oregon, for instance. As Walidah Imarisha of Portland State University’s Black Studies Department told me, “Oregon was founded as a state, as a territory, as a white homeland. Folks who answered that call wanted to build their perfect white society.” And not in the same vein of a three-fifths-clause South, where black Americans would be tolerated, if in servitude. Oregon would be different. While the state remained in the Union—and actually proved pivotal to Abraham Lincoln’s nomination on the Republican ticket—Oregon’s founders mentioned racial unity in the state's original documents. To wit, the 1850 Oregon Donation Land Act allowed free land to whites alone. And during an 1857 vote on the constitution’s formulation, some 83 percent of participants voted to prohibit “free negroes” from living or working in the state. Chief Justice George Williams, who later served as attorney general for President Ulysses Grant, summed the sentiment, lobbying voters to “consecrate Oregon to the use of the white man, and exclude the negro, Chinaman, and every race of that character.” According to one researcher, Oregon was “the only state ever admitted with a black exclusion clause in its constitution.” There’s a reason, growing up in Portland, that my seventh-grade teacher informed us Oregon was often considered the most racist state west of the Mississippi.
https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2015/07/northwest-front-americas-worst-racists-119803
https://www.thestranger.com/news/2017/10/04/25451102/we-snuck-into-seattles-super-secret-white-nationalist-convention
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2018-07-09 06:17:00 UTC
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https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2015/07/northwest-front-americas-worst-racists-119803
https://www.thestranger.com/news/2017/10/04/25451102/we-snuck-into-seattles-super-secret-white-nationalist-convention
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/19/opinion/alt-right-white-supremacy-undercover.html
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General Skalski o zydach w UB :

"Rozanski, Zyd, kanalia najgorszego gatunku, razem z Brystigerowa,
Fejginami, to wszystko (...) nie byli ludzie."

prof. PAN Krzysztof Jasiewicz o zydach :

"Zydow gubi brak umiaru we wszystkim i przekonanie, ze sa narodem
wybranym. Czuja sie oni upowaznieni do interpretowania wszystkiego,
takze doktryny katolickiej. Cokolwiek bysmy zrobili, i tak bedzie
poddane ich krytyce - za malo, ze zle, ze zbyt malo ofiarnie. W moim
najglebszym przekonaniu szkoda czasu na dialog z Zydami, bo on do
niczego nie prowadzi... Ludzi, ktorzy uzywają slow 'antysemita',
'antysemicki', nalezy traktowac jak ludzi niegodnych debaty, ktorzy
usiluja niszczyc innych, gdy brakuje argumentow merytorycznych. To oni
tworza mowe nienawisci".
A. Filip
2018-07-09 03:31:44 UTC
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Sciepa ma mu za zle ze jakichs rasistowskich
korelacji wyszukuje. Wyszukuje nie korelacji
co miejsca dla siebie w swoim nowym domu,
...rasistowskim Syjonie.
Want to Meet America’s Worst Racists? Come to the Northwest
Confederate sympathizers have nothing on the ‘Northwest Front.’
By CASEY MICHEL July 07, 2015
Much of the national debate over racism in the aftermath of last
month’s mass murder in Charleston, S.C., has focused on the South and
its strange and sometimes jarring nostalgia for the Confederacy. And
yet tucked away in the Pacific Northwest of the United States is a
vicious group that most people have never heard of but the nation’s
most virulent online racists know well (among them, accused South
Carolina murderer Dylann Roof, who wrote about the group in his
now-infamous “manifesto”).
The group is called the Northwest Front and its final solution to the
race "problem," if you will, is to expel non-white people from the
Pacific Northwest and to establish a mono-racial republic there.
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https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2015/07/northwest-front-americas-worst-racists-119803
W Niemczech/Merkellandzie już by im dawno policja nalot na domy zrobiła
a w tym podłym USA *nic* ! ;-)
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A. Filip
| Poje jak Polak - zje za sześciu innych. (Przysłowie słowackie)
Basia
2018-07-09 03:58:49 UTC
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W Niemczech/Merkellandzie już by im dawno policja nalot na domy zrobiła
a w tym podłym USA *nic* ! ;-)
Taa, zrobia nalot sami na siebie.

Moze w Vancouverze na lotnisku zamiast migranta
z Polski policjanci siebie nawzajem pradem potraktuja.

O Pacific Northwest sie w USA nie mowi, media
nie pisza, bo tam niema nawet publiki ktora
by informacja oburzyla, ...sami rasisci,
mniejszosci zadnych prawie wcale. Mala grupka
siedzacy jak mysz pod miotla Azjatow.

Media donosza z Poludnia bo tam tabuny kolorowych
i informacje maja potencjal rezonowac, oburzac,
czy wplywac na ludzi ich przekonania.

Oregon to dziwaczne miejsce. Nie pozwalaja
tam nawet benzyny do baku zatankowac sobie
samemu. Bedac przejazdem zapomnialam,
wzielam do reki rekojesc to mnie zaraz
obszturcowali, ...trzeba czekac, przyjdzie
Bialas i zatankuje, ...i wezmie napiwek.

Tak jest w calym stanie!!

Basia
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