"The Entire Dynamic Has Changed" Far-Right Groups Becoming Increasingly Visible On Campus

The “Unite the Right” rally at the University of Virginia last week was only the beginning...

As far-right groups find fertile ground for recruiting on campus, campuses are bracing for a flood of speaking events and demonstrations organized by white nationalist groups, according to the Associated Press, as many schools have determined that they can't, or at least shouldn't, expel members of hate groups on campus. Leaders of these groups say they will no longer limit their efforts to social media or to flyers posted around campus, but intend to hold public demonstrations to bring the movement “into the sun.”

"It seems like what might have been a little in the shadows has come into full sun, and now it's out there and exposed for everyone to see," said Sue Riseling, a former police chief at the University of Wisconsin-Madison who is executive director of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators.

As the AP reports, the young men who participated in Saturday’s rally marched through the Univeristy of Virginia’s campus holding torches and chanting racist slogans. Then the next morning some of them suited up with helmets and shields and clashed with counter-protesters, until 20-year-old James Alex Fields drove his car into a group of counterprotesters, killing one and injuring 26. The shift toward white nationalist and other far-right groups operating more openly began last year, when racist flyers popped up on college campuses at an unprecedented rate, according to the Anti-Defamation League. The group counted 161 white supremacist "flyering incidents" on 110 college campuses between September and June.

Nicholas Fuentes

These incidents will likely only become more common as leaders of pro-white groups say it’s a cheap and easy way to gin up media coverage.

“Matthew Heimbach, the 26-year-old leader of the white nationalist Traditionalist Worker Party, admits that dropping leaflets on campuses is a cheap way to generate media coverage.

 

As a student at Towson University in Maryland, Heimbach made headlines for forming a "White Student Union" and scrawling messages like "white pride" in chalk on campus sidewalks. His college years are behind him, but Heimbach still views colleges as promising venues to expand his group's ranks. College students are running four of his group's chapters, he said.

 

"The entire dynamic has changed," Heimbach said. ‘I used to be the youngest person at white nationalist meetings by 20 or 30 years.’”

Many colleges are learning first hand that while they can condemn the violence during last weekend’s rally, expelling students because of their membership in a pro-white group would be something of a violation.  

Scores of schools publicly denounced the violence in Virginia this week, including some that learned they enroll students who attended the "Unite the Right" rally.

 

The University of Nevada, Reno, said it stands against bigotry and racism but concluded there's "no constitutional or legal reason" to expel Peter Cvjetanovic, a 20-year-old student and school employee who attended the rally, as an online petition demanded.

 

Other schools, including Washington State University, condemned the rally but didn't specifically address their students who attended it.

Campus leaders say they walk a fine line when trying to combat messages from hate groups. Many strive to protect speech even if it's offensive but also recognize hate speech can make students feel unsafe. Some schools have sought to counter extremist messages with town halls and events promoting diversity. Others try to avoid drawing attention to hate speech.

And some schools are simply refusing to dwell on the issue when hate groups spread leaflets around campus, arguing that’s what the extremists want them to do.

“After flyers promoting white supremacy were posted at Purdue University last school year, Purdue President Mitch Daniels refused to dwell on the incident.

 

"This is a transparent effort to bait people into overreacting, thereby giving a small fringe group attention it does not deserve, and that we decline to do," Daniels said in a statement at the time.”

Nicholas Fuentes, a student who attended the “Unite the Right” rally, said he’d like to transfer to the University of Auburn from Boston University because he believes it will be more tolerant of his right-wing beliefs. “I'm ready to return to my base, return to my roots, to rally the troops and see what I can do down there," Fuentes said in an interview this week.”

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Universities can continue to ban events by conservative speakers who they fear might incite violence, but the message is clear: conservative students will be protected from expulsion at most college campuses, but when it comes to the wrath of their Antifa-loving peers, well, that’s a different question entirely.

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poetic justice Aug 20, 2017 7:43 PM Permalink

There are from memory, approximately 80,000 plus dispossesed white South Africians living in squatter camps. Of most of the males, I would expect about half that amount were all military trained. Who wants to bring them to the United States, arm them and tell them to "go for it"? A good start would probably be to let them loose on the good Mayor of Charlottesville...Should also mention they are very tough mother's....Just saying. 40,000 white mercenaries folks, armed to the teeth with a lot to gain and very little to loose...

Sully Aug 20, 2017 5:44 PM Permalink

Push me and I'll push back. No big surprise ... Newtons third law ... for every action there's an equal and opposite reaction ...

MaleFeelings Aug 19, 2017 11:46 AM Permalink

How many times cam this subversive (((author))) insert the completely fraudulent and unsubstantiated slur "hate group" to describe white cultural, heritage and ethnic pride, explicitly for the subversive, subconscious consumption and internalization of the readers?? Hmmm??? Me thinks a bit of a six pointed star is here infiltrating the hedge....

Kat Daddy Aug 19, 2017 11:43 AM Permalink

In Wikipedia, look up Black Pride, Gay Pride, Asian Pride, etc...then look up White Pride. Quite a difference in how these groups are presented. All these assorted Pride Groups are overwhelmingly presented positively; except, of course, White Pride, which is; Nazi, Skinheads, KKK, White Supremacist and something to be avoided and shunned.

SweetDoug Aug 19, 2017 11:03 AM Permalink

'''Why is it, that the Filthy-leftist-lilberal-progressives always get to control the narrative, the language, and it's always, 'the far right!' and the 'Christian constitutional right wingers!'? Where are the 'far left wingers'? Where are the 'marxist socialist left wingers?Because those that control the language, control the argument.OJOV-V 

William Dorritt Aug 19, 2017 10:57 AM Permalink

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FGopher Aug 19, 2017 10:20 AM Permalink

"...as many schools have determined that they can't, or at least shouldn't, expel members of hate groups on campus." Because if they did, there would not be a single faculty member left.

Faeriedust Aug 19, 2017 8:56 AM Permalink

Self-fulfilling prophecy.  Trump wasn't running as the White Nationalist candidate for President, but Democratic Party propaganda made him that.  And it was repeated so much in the mainstream media, that fringe groups BELIEVED it, and started coming out of hiding in the expectation that they would be protected by the Administration, or at least not pursued as they would have been by Obama. Campuses are where you go to recruit for any political idea or ideology, as young men and women go through the transition from family teaching to peer networks and experiment while attempting to form their adult value structure.  And traditionally, campuses have been hotbeds of dissent from the prevailing social mores, teaching the importance of open minds and free argumentation.  Liberal in form and structure, they despise the Right but are constrained by their own traditions and rules from banning it.The big question is, is it just a college fad -- spinners for the mind -- or will it grow into a long-lasting commitment by more than a marginalized fringe? 

donebydoug Aug 19, 2017 7:50 AM Permalink

I went to college in the late 70's.  Between the partying and the women (and a little studying), who had time for this?  College must suck now-a-days.

chrbur Aug 19, 2017 6:36 AM Permalink

"Hate" as defined by whom ?........I hate people that litter.........I hate liver...........I hate getting splinters in my finger.........I hate getting up early...........I hate traffic..........I hate any one who disagrees with me.......peace

poetic justice chrbur Aug 21, 2017 7:36 AM Permalink

I hate anyone who is Anti Goyim...That is a nice "Politically Correct" way of saying it?How about: I'm not a Holocaust Denier! I just believe the next one, v2.0 is going to be the real deal...I’m not anti-Semitic! “God’s so called chosen ones” have made a pact with the devil! Call me Anti-Satanist then...Seriously I wouldn't shit on the those sub-human excuses for people in Germany, EU Fascist Government. It would be too good for them...https://knightstemplarinternational.com/2017/08/germany-journalist-sent… just need photos of Jews shaking hands with Hitler...  There must be some somewhere?

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AurorusBorealus Aug 19, 2017 3:32 AM Permalink

By the way, can we conservatives please agree to stop using the word "Nazi" so cavalierly.  The Nazis were a particular group of people in Germany in the generation after the First World War.  The Nazi ideology was much more than some shouting about "power to the white people."  It was a unique response to events in Germany during that period in time.  Nazism was not fascism, though it shared some of the political and economic ideas of fascism.  Naziism was not "left" or "right" in any sense in which either of those two terms are used today.The people in Charlottesville were not Nazis.  They may have been white supremacists.  They may have been racists.  Whatever they were, they were not Nazis.Not everyone who is a racist is a Nazi.  Not everyone who does things that we do not like is Hitler.  These types of vague cliched expression do absolutely nothing to clarify anyone's understanding.  Let the modern liberals toss around cliches.  Conservatives should be better than that.

poetic justice AurorusBorealus Aug 20, 2017 8:01 PM Permalink

There would have been Nazi's there. The AshkeNAZI's are serious RACIST's... Quote: "The Ashkenazi Jews are really nasty, even to the Sephardic Jews. Did you know that the Ashkenazi systematically blew the brains out of 100, 000 Sephardic Jewish children with a massive shot of radiation sent straight through their brains? This is a good one to end on. I bet this reader who knows so much about Muslims not know about this. TRY TELLING ME HOW HORRIBLE MUSLIM WAR STORIES ARE AFTER READING THIS:     100, 000 Radiations - The Massacre of The Biblical Jews by The Ashkenazis And for those who still defend the AshkeNAZIS (Jews of the German rite (aka Reich)) are not the Nazis of our time must read this article. I cannot wait for you to make excuses for this horrible atrocity that the AshkeNazia did to the poor and "undesirable Jew".   100, 000 Radiations - A Review by Barry Chamish Date: August 21, 2004 On August 14, at 9 PM, Israeli television station, Channel Ten, broke all convention and exposed the ugliest secret of Israel's Labor Zionist founders; the deliberate mass radiation poisoning of nearly all Sephardi youths. The expose began with the presentation of a documentary film called, 100, 000 Radiations, and concluded with a panel discussion moderated by TV host Dan Margalit, surprising because he is infamous for toeing the establishment line. Subject: In 1951, the director general of the Israeli Health Ministry, Dr. Chaim Sheba flew to America and returned with 7 x-ray machines, supplied to him by the American army. They were to be used in a mass atomic experiment with an entire generation of Sephardi youths to be used as guinea pigs. Every Sephardi child was to be given 35, 000 times the maximum dose of x-rays through his head. For doing so, the American government paid the Israeli government 300, 000 Israeli liras a year. The entire Health budget was 60, 000 liras. The money paid by the Americans is equivalent to billions of dollars today. To fool the parents of the victims, the children were taken away on "school trips" and their parents were later told the x-rays were a treatment for the scourge of scalpal ringworm. 6, 000 of the children died shortly after their doses were given, the many of the rest developed cancers that killed them over time and are still killing them now. While living, the victims suffered from disorders such as epilepsy, amnesia, Alzheimer's disease, chronic headaches and psychosis. Yes, that is the subject of the documentary in cold terms. It is another matter to see the victims on the screen. ie. To watch the Moroccan lady describe what getting 35, 000 times the dose of allowable x-rays in her head feels like. "I screamed make the headache go away. Make the headache go away. Make the headache go away. But it never went away." To watch the bearded man walk hunched down the street. " I'm in my fifties and everyone thinks I'm in my seventies. I have to stoop when I walk so I won't fall over. They took my youth away with those x-rays." To watch the old lady who administered the doses to thousands of children. "They brought them in lines. First their heads were shaved and smeared in burning gel. Then a ball was put between their legs and the children were ordered not to drop it, so they wouldn't move. The children weren't protected over the rest of their bodies. There were no lead vests for them. I was told I was doing good by helping to remove ringworm. If I knew what dangers the children were facing, I would never have cooperated. Never!" Because the whole body was exposed to the rays, the genetic makeup of the children was often altered, affecting the next generation. We watch the woman with the distorted face explain, "All three of my children have the same cancers my family suffered. Are you going to tell me that's a coincidence?" Everyone notices that Sephardi women in their fifties today, often have sparse patchy hair, which they try to cover with henna. Most of us assumed it was just a characteristic of Sephardi women. We watch the woman on the screen wearing a baseball-style hat. She places a picture of a lovely young teenager with flowing black hair opposite the lens. "That was me before my treatment. Now look at me." She removes her hat. Even the red henna can't cover the horrifying scarred bald spots. The majority of the victims were Moroccan because they were the most numerous of the Sephardi immigrants. The generation that was poisoned became the country's perpetual poor and criminal class. It didn't make sense. The Moroccans who fled to France became prosperous and highly educated. The common explanation was that France got the rich, thus smart ones. The real explanation is that every French Moroccan child didn't have his brain cells fried with gamma rays. The film made it perfectly plain that this operation was no accident. The dangers of x-rays had been known for over forty years. We read the official guidelines for x-ray treatment in 1952. The maximum dose to be given a child in Israel was .5 rad. There was no mistake made. The children were deliberately poisoned. David Deri, makes the point that only Sephardi children received the x- rays. "I was in class and the men came to take us on a tour. They asked our names. The Ashkenazi children were told to return to their seats. The dark children were put on the bus." The film presents a historian who first gives a potted history of the eugenics movement. In a later sound bite, he declares that the ringworm operation was a eugenics program aimed at weeding out the perceived weak strains of society. The film now quotes two noted anti- Sephardi racist Jewish leaders, Nahum Goldmann and Levi Eshkol. Goldmann spent the Holocaust years first in Switzerland, where he made sure few Jewish refugees were given shelter, then flew to New York to become head of the World Jewish Congress headed by Samuel Bronfman. According to Canadian writer Mordecai Richler, Bronfman had cut a deal with Prime Minister Mackenzie King to prevent the immigration of European Jews to Canada. But Levi Eshkol's role in the Holocaust was far more minister than merely not saving lives. He was busy taking them instead. From a biography of Levi Eshkol from the Israeli government web site: "In 1937 Levi Eshkol played a central role in the establishment of the Mekorot Water Company and in this role was instrumental in convincing the German government to allow Jews emigrating to Palestine to take with them some of their assets - mostly in the form of German-made equipment." While world Jewry was boycotting the Nazi regime in the '30s, the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem was propping up Hitler. A deal, called The Transfer Agreement, was cut whereby the Nazis would chase Germany's Jews to Palestine, and the Labor Zionists would force the immigrants to use their assets to buy only German goods. Once the Jewish Agency got the German Jews it wanted, those they secretly indoctrinated in the anti-Judaism of Shabtai Tzvi and Jacob Frank, they let the Nazis take care of the rest of European Jewry. The Holocaust was a eugenics program and Levi Eshkol played a major role in it. The Moroccan lady is back on the screen. "It was a Holocaust, a Sephardi Holocaust. And what I want to know is why no one stood up to stop it." David Deri, on film and then as a panel member, relates the frustration he encountered when trying to find his childhood medical records. "All I wanted to know was what they did to me. I wanted to know who authorized it. I wanted to trace the chain of command. But the Health Ministry told me my records were missing." Boaz Lev, the Health Ministry's spokesman chimes in, "Almost all the records were burned in a fire." So let us help Mr. Deri trace the chain of command. But now I must intrude myself in the review. About six years ago, I investigated the kidnapping of some 4500, mostly Yemenite immigrant infants and children, during the early years of the state. I met the leader of the Yemenite children's movement, Rabbi Uzi Meshulum, imprisoned for trying to get the truth out. He was later returned home in a vegetative state from which he has not emerged. He told me that the kidnapped children were sent to America to die cruelly in nuclear experiments. The American government had banned human testing and needed guinea pigs. The Israeli government agreed to supply the humans in exchange for money and nuclear secrets. The initiator of Israel's nuclear program was Defence Ministry director-general Shimon Peres. Rabbi David Sevilia of Jerusalem corroborated the crime and later, I even saw photos of the radiation scars on the few surviving children, and the cages the infants were shipped to America in. Just over five years ago I published my belief on the internet, that Israel's Labor Zionist founders had conducted atomic experiments on Yemenite and other Sephardi children, killing thousands of them. Almost three years ago, I published the same assertion in my last book, Save Israel!. I suffered much scorn for doing so. However, I was right. We return to the documentary. We are told that a US law in the late '40s put a stop to the human radiation experiments conducted on prisoners, the mentally feeble and the like. The American atomic program needed a new source of human lab rats and the Israeli government supplied it." 

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Faeriedust AurorusBorealus Aug 19, 2017 9:05 AM Permalink

I would agree, except that the fools in Charlottesville tastelessly and deliberately displayed the historical Nazi symbols in their clothing and accounterments, and again deliberately chanted ancient Nazi slogans translated into English.  With, I might add, NO comprehension of the underlying myths which might have given (did, in their time, give) those slogans legitimate meaning.  No one who holds the rain back from parched, drought-stricken earth so they can  hold a silly parade has the faintest comprehension of "Blood and Soil".Hitler was a lot more legitimate than those clowns.  

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J Mahoney Aug 19, 2017 2:07 AM Permalink

They are probably tired of the "white guilt" constantly spewn at them, not being offered the same opportunities as minorities (reverse discrimination), take down "white art and statues but build special Muslim shit, paying more tuition than non citizens, not getting the free masters degree like all the Asian and Middle Eastern students who enter and get free education via money making political croney "programs". In 2027, the MLK files are supposed to be made public and one author is getting us ready for the bombshell--wonder if all the roads named MLK will be renamed after we read the details on this:The Beast as Saint: The Truth About "Martin Luther King, Jr." WHEN THE COMMUNISTS TOOK OVER a country, one of the first things that they did was to confiscate all the privately-held weapons, to deny the people the physical ability to resist tyranny. But even more insidious than the theft of the people's weapons was the theft of their history. Official Communist "historians" rewrote history to fit the current party line. In many countries, revered national heroes were excised from the history books, or their real deeds were distorted to fit Communist ideology, and Communist killers and criminals were converted into official "saints." Holidays were declared in honor of the beasts who murdered countless nations.Did you know that much the same process has occurred right here in America? Every January, the media go into a kind of almost spastic frenzy of adulation for the so-called "Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr." King has even had a national holiday declared in his honor, an honor accorded to no other American, not Washington, not Jefferson, not Lincoln. (Washington and Lincoln no longer have holidays -- they share the generic-sounding "President's Day.") A liberal judge has sealed the FBI files on King until the year 2027. What are they hiding? Let's take a look at this modern-day plastic god. Born in 1929, King was the son of a Black preacher known at the time only as "Daddy King." "Daddy King" named his son Michael. In 1935, "Daddy King" had an inspiration to name himself after the Protestant reformer Martin Luther. He declared to his congregation that henceforth they were to refer to him as "Martin Luther King" and to his son as "Martin Luther King, Jr." None of this name changing was ever legalized in court. "Daddy" King's son's real name is to this day Michael King. King's Brazen Cheating We read in Michael Hoffman's "Holiday for a Cheater": The first public sermon that King ever gave, in 1947 at the Ebenezer Baptist Church, was plagiarized from a homily by Protestant clergyman Harry Emerson Fosdick entitled "Life is What You Make It," according to the testimony of King's best friend of that time, Reverend Larry H. Williams. The first book that King wrote, "Stride Toward Freedom, - -was plagiarized from numerous sources, all unattributed, according to documentation recently assembled by sympathetic King scholars Keith D. Miller, Ira G. Zepp, Jr., and David J. Garrow. And no less an authoritative source than the four senior editors of "The Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr.- - (an official publication of the Martin Luther King Center for Nonviolent Social Change, Inc., whose staff includes King's widow Coretta), stated of King's writings at both Boston University and Crozer Theological Seminary: "Judged retroactively by the standards of academic scholarship, [his writings] are tragically flawed by numerous instances of plagiarism.... Appropriated passages are particularly evident in his writings in his major field of graduate study, systematic theology." King's essay, "The Place of Reason and Experience in Finding God," written at Crozer, pirated passages from the work of theologian Edgar S. Brightman, author of "The Finding of God." Another of King's theses, "Contemporary Continental Theology," written shortly after he entered Boston University, was largely stolen from a book by Walter Marshall Horton. King's doctoral dissertation, "A Comparison of the Conceptions of God in the Thinking of Paul Tillich and Harry Nelson Wieman," for which he was awarded a PhD in theology, contains more than fifty complete sentences plagiarized from the PhD dissertation of Dr. Jack Boozer, "The Place of Reason in Paul Tillich's Concept of God." According to "The Martin Luther King Papers", in King's dissertation "only 49 per cent of sentences in the section on Tillich contain five or more words that were King's own...."! In "The Journal of American History", June 1991, page 87, David J. Garrow, a leftist academic who is sympathetic to King, says that King's wife, Coretta Scott King, who also served as his secretary, was an accomplice in his repeated cheating. ("King's Plagiarism: Imitation, Insecurity and Transformation," The Journal of American History, June 1991, p. 87) Reading Garrow's article, one is led to the inescapable conclusion that King cheated because he had chosen for himself a political role in which a PhD would be useful, and, lacking the intellectual ability to obtain the title fairly, went after it by any means necessary. Why, then, one might ask, did the professors at Crozer Theological Seminary and Boston University grant him passing grades and a PhD? Garrow states on page 89: "King's academic compositions, especially at Boston University, were almost without exception little more than summary descriptions... and comparisons of other's writings. Nonetheless, the papers almost always received desirable letter grades, strongly suggesting that King's professors did not expect more...." The editors of "The Martin Luther King Jr. Papers" state that "...the failure of King's teachers to notice his pattern of textual appropriation is somewhat remarkable...." But researcher Michael Hoffman tells us "...actually the malfeasance of the professors is not at all remarkable. King was politically correct, he was Black, and he had ambitions. The leftist [professors were] happy to award a doctorate to such a candidate no matter how much fraud was involved. Nor is it any wonder that it has taken forty years for the truth about King's record of nearly constant intellectual piracy to be made public." Supposed scholars, who in reality shared King's vision of a racially mixed and Marxist America, purposely covered up his cheating for decades. The cover-up still continues. From the "New York Times" of October 11, 1991, page 15, we learn that on October 10th of that year, a committee of researchers at Boston University admitted that, "There is no question but that Dr. King plagiarized in the dissertation." However, despite its finding, the committee said that "No thought should be given to the revocation of Dr. King's doctoral degree," an action the panel said "would serve no purpose." No purpose, indeed! Justice demands that, in light of his willful fraud as a student, the "reverend" and the "doctor" should be removed from King's name. Communist Beliefs and Connections Well friends, he is not a legitimate reverend, he is not a bona fide PhD, and his name isn't really "Martin Luther King, Jr." What's left? Just a sexual degenerate, an America-hating Communist, and a criminal betrayer of even the interests of his own people. On Labor Day, 1957, a special meeting was attended by Martin Luther King and four others at a strange institution called the Highlander Folk School in Monteagle, Tennessee. The Highlander Folk School was a Communist front, having been founded by Myles Horton (Communist Party organizer for Tennessee) and Don West (Communist Party organizer for North Carolina). The leaders of this meeting with King were the aforementioned Horton and West, along with Abner Berry and James Dumbrowski, all open and acknowledged members of the Communist Party, USA. The agenda of the meeting was a plan to tour the Southern states to initiate demonstrations and riots. From 1955 to 1960, Martin Luther King's associate, advisor, and personal secretary was one Bayard Rustin. In 1936 Rustin joined the Young Communist League at New York City College. Convicted of draft-dodging, he went to prison for two years in 1944. On January 23, 1953 the "Los Angeles Times" reported his conviction and sentencing to jail for 60 days for lewd vagrancy and homosexual perversion. Rustin attended the 16th Convention of the Communist Party, USA in February, 1957. One month later, he and King founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, or SCLC for short. The president of the SCLC was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The vice-president of the SCLC was the Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth, who was also the president of an identified Communist front known as the Southern Conference Educational Fund, an organization whose field director, a Mr. Carl Braden, was simultaneously a national sponsor of the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, of which you may have heard. The program director of the SCLC was the Reverend Andrew Young, in more recent years Jimmy Carter's ambassador to the UN and mayor of Atlanta. Young, by the way, was trained at the Highlander Folk School, previously mentioned. Soon after returning from a trip to Moscow in 1958, Rustin organized the first of King's famous marches on Washington. The official organ of the Communist Party, "The Worker,- - openly declared the march to be a Communist project. Although he left King's employ as secretary in 1961, Rustin was called upon by King to be second in command of the much larger march on Washington which took place on August 28, 1963. Bayard Rustin's replacement in 1961 as secretary and advisor to King was Jack O'Dell, also known as Hunter Pitts O'Dell. According to official records, in 1962 Jack O'Dell was a member of the National Committee of the Communist Party, USA. He had been listed as a Communist Party member as early as 1956. O'Dell was also given the job of acting executive director for SCLC activities for the entire Southeast, according to the St. Louis "Globe-Democrat - -of October 26, 1962. At that time, there were still some patriots in the press corps, and word of O'Dell's party membership became known. What did King do? Shortly after the negative news reports, King fired O'Dell with much fanfare. And he then, without the fanfare, "immediately hired him again- - as director of the New York office of the SCLC, as confirmed by the "Richmond News-Leader - -of September 27, 1963. In 1963 a Black man from Monroe, North Carolina named Robert Williams made a trip to Peking, China. Exactly 20 days before King's 1963 march on Washington, Williams successfully urged Mao Tse-Tung to speak out on behalf of King's movement. Mr. Williams was also around this time maintaining his primary residence in Cuba, from which he made regular broadcasts to the southern US, three times a week, from high-power AM transmitters in Havana under the title "Radio Free Dixie." In these broadcasts, he urged violent attacks by Blacks against White Americans. During this period, Williams wrote a book entitled "Negroes With Guns." The writer of the foreword for this book? None other than Martin Luther King, Jr. It is also interesting to note that the editors and publishers of this book were to a man all supporters of the infamous Fair Play for Cuba Committee. According to King's biographer and sympathizer David J. Garrow, "King privately described himself as a Marxist." In his 1981 book, "The FBI and Martin Luther King, Jr.", Garrow quotes King as saying in SCLC staff meetings, "...we have moved into a new era, which must be an era of revolution.... The whole structure of American life must be changed.... We are engaged in the class struggle." Jewish Communist Stanley Levison can best be described as King's behind-the-scenes "handler." Levison, who had for years been in charge of the secret funnelling of Soviet funds to the Communist Party, USA, was King's mentor and was actually the brains behind many of King's more successful ploys. It was Levison who edited King's book, "Stride Toward Freedom." It was Levison who arranged for a publisher. Levison even prepared King's income tax returns! It was Levison who really controlled the fund-raising and agitation activities of the SCLC. Levison wrote many of King's speeches. King described Levison as one of his "closest friends." FBI: King Bought Sex With SCLC MoneyThe Federal Bureau of Investigation had for many years been aware of Stanley Levison's Communist activities. It was Levison's close association with King that brought about the initial FBI interest in King. Lest you be tempted to believe the controlled media's lie about "racists" in the FBI being out to "get" King, you should be aware that the man most responsible for the FBI's probe of King was Assistant Director William C. Sullivan. Sullivan describes himself as a liberal, and says that initially "I was one hundred per cent for King...because I saw him as an effective and badly needed leader for the Black people in their desire for civil rights." The probe of King not only confirmed their suspicions about King's Communist beliefs and associations, but it also revealed King to be a despicable hypocrite, an immoral degenerate, and a worthless charlatan. According to Assistant Director Sullivan, who had direct access to the surveillance files on King which are denied the American people, King had embezzled or misapplied substantial amounts of money contributed to the "civil rights" movement. King used SCLC funds to pay for liquor, and numerous prostitutes both Black and White, who were brought to his hotel rooms, often two at a time, for drunken sex parties which sometimes lasted for several days. These types of activities were the norm for King's speaking and organizing tours. In fact, an outfit called The National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tennessee, which is putting on display the two bedrooms from the Lorraine Motel where King stayed the night before he was shot, has declined to depict in any way the "occupants - -of those rooms. That "according to exhibit designer Gerard Eisterhold "would be "close to blasphemy." The reason? Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. spent his last night on Earth having sex with two women at the motel and physically beating and abusing a third. Sullivan also stated that King had alienated the affections of numerous married women. According to Sullivan, who in 30 years with the Bureau hadáseen everything there was to be seen of the seamy side of life, King was one of only seven people he had ever encountered who was such a total degenerate. Noting the violence that almost invariably attended King's supposedly "non-violent" marches, Sullivan's probe revealed a very different King from the carefully crafted public image. King welcomed members of many different Black groups as members of his SCLC, many of them advocates and practitioners of violence. King's only admonition on the subject was that they should embrace "tactical nonviolence." Sullivan also relates an incident in which King met in a financial conference with Communist Party representatives, not knowing that one of the participants was an infiltrator actually working for the FBI. J. Edgar Hoover personally saw to it that documented information on King's Communist connections was provided to the President and to Congress. And conclusive information from FBI files was also provided to major newspapers and news wire services. But were the American people informed of King's real nature? No, for even in the 1960s, the fix was in "the controlled media and the bought politicians were bound and determined to push their racial mixing program on America. King was their man and nothing was going to get in their way. With a few minor exceptions, these facts have been kept from the American people. The pro-King propaganda machine grinds on, and it is even reported that a serious proposal has been made to add some of King's writings as a new book in the Bible. Ladies and gentlemen, the purpose of this radio program is far greater than to prove to you the immorality and subversion of this man called King. I want you to start to think for yourselves. I want you to consider this: What are the forces and motivation behind the controlled media's active promotion of King? What does it tell you about our politicians when you see them, almost without exception, falling all over themselves to honor King as a national hero? What does it tell you about our society when any public criticism of this moral leper and Communist functionary is considered grounds for dismissal? What does it tell you about the controlled media when you see how they have successfully suppressed the truth and held out a picture of King that can only be described as a colossal lie? You need to think, my fellow Americans. You desperately need to wake up.

Faeriedust J Mahoney Aug 19, 2017 9:19 AM Permalink

I hate to tell you, hon, but scratch pretty much any liberal arts doctorate written before the internet, and you'll find about the same amount of plagiarism.  Modern scholarship has become rife with seminal texts, academic greats and classic writings that have turned out to be appropriated from earlier, lesser-known writers.  The fact is that prior to computers and Google Translate, it was extremely difficult to track EVERYTHING that had been previously written, and plagiarists often did the world a great service in discovering and bringing into academic light ideas and stories which would otherwise have languished unknown.  The fame and profit, as always in our society, went not to originators, but to the best publicists and salesmen.  But these scholarly "aggregators" of other work nevertheless performed a useful function.King's genius was as a political leader, not an academician, and his PhD was just a necessary box ticked along the way.  Unfortunately, that's the case with a lot of careers.  Plenty of people get their Ph.D. basically so they can pose as experts, not because they ever plan to do anything useful in the field.  Having the knowledge but not the degree in a  half dozen fields, I have to point out that that's a legitimate purpose.  I can't testify in court about things I know like I know my abc's, while fools with half the understanding can qualify as "experts".  King's political acumen led him early to understanding what he needed in order to pursue his goals. He was effective.  He achieved much of what he set out to do. He participated in major political changes in this country; he moved the Overton Window several miles.You won't find me at any parades in his honor.  Nor do I appreciate losing a "floating" state holiday in exchange for mandatory celebration of his martyrdom.  But it's still a day off and I can sleep in.   

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any_mouse Aug 19, 2017 1:13 AM Permalink

"Far Right" I am guessing that is any group that isn't politically correct and down with the trashing of white culture.

Any group that does not agree with the snowflakes is a far right hate group.

poetic justice any_mouse Aug 20, 2017 11:56 PM Permalink

See below for proof of who the real hate group is. Jew's have to learn; possessing obscene amounts of money will not earn you any genuine respect. When you have no money, which is hopefully on the cards very soon, all your Crypto Lackey ass lickers will stab you in the back as soon as look at you.  So you pathalogical liars, warmongering murderer's, cheats, scammers and criminals; is it any wonder enlightened Citizens of the World seriously hate your guts...     

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AurorusBorealus Aug 19, 2017 12:23 AM Permalink

The reason for this resurgence of "white power" movements on campus is obvious.  From the day that Freshman arrive on most U.S. college campuses they are put through orientations that teach them about their "white privelege" and the evil male characteristics.  Then when they go to their required core classes, such as history or English literature, they are further insulted and shamed because of the color of their skin and their "gender."  Little wonder then that an 18-year-old young, white man, excited to be at university, quickly becomes embittered and angry about this continuous assault on his character based upon his race and sex.

tangent Aug 19, 2017 12:00 AM Permalink

I need to interject to say Nazis, or National Socialists, are socialists. They are not really right or left from any practical view. They are authoritarians.The most repulsive poltiical group has always been the center, and yes Nazis are centrists in many ways. They are as far from the right as they are from the left. They were in bed with the Democrats before they were in bed with the Republicans. Leading up to WWII the Nazis found the Democrats to be too racist for them.

rejected Aug 18, 2017 9:38 PM Permalink

Universities can continue to ban events by conservative speakers who they fear might incite violenceThe article last line seems to give credence to Brandon Smith's hypothesis that Conservatism is the target. 

1.21 jigawatts Aug 18, 2017 9:37 PM Permalink

Good Lord, these Marxist U Jewish Supremists forget their Maketing 101: Teenagers rebel against "normality" just for the sake of it. Especially when it looks retarded and lame. This should fall apart soon, these fashion waves only last a few years. 

riffenberg Aug 18, 2017 9:30 PM Permalink

So these pamphlets were delivered between September and June? So one of the organizers of the White Nationalist group was involved with Occupy Wallstreet and an Obama supporter? Who had these pamphlets distributed, Soros, the DNC? SETUP! FAKE!There must be all of 50 real white nationalists somewhere around the country. 

chosen (not verified) riffenberg Aug 18, 2017 10:01 PM Permalink

Nationalist:  "exalting one nation above all others and placing primary emphasis on promotion of its culture and interests as opposed to those of other nations."Nationalist:  "A nationalist is a person who favors independence for a country."I pulled these definitions off the internet.  I guess I am a white nationalist.  I imagine most white Americans are white nationalists.As for white supremacists, well, just look around your neighborhood and decide for yourself. 

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gdpetti riffenberg Aug 18, 2017 9:35 PM Permalink

Exactly, this so-called 'alt-right' is controlled by the same puppet  masters as the so-called 'alt-left'.... this is how they work the puppet show, controlling both sides of the equation simultaneously... as the only enemy they really want is one they can control... thus our 'terrorists'... aka 'mercs' or freedom fighters.. we train the leadership here in the States mostly, and then setup training camps in field for their peons... we arm them ,train them, transport them... to protect our poppy fields, to act with our jackal ops, or to just create as much chaos as possible to prep the ouster of the OWO in favor of their version of their NWO.The 'alt-right' is playing its part.. all those militias were infiltrated long ago.... same as most of the FBI's so-called 'terrorists' they arrest are trained, equipped and prepared by them, and they are usually of the 'mental' sort that are easier to manipulate.

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old_cynic Aug 18, 2017 9:20 PM Permalink

This article is complete bullshit. There is exactly zero chance of 'far-right' groups getting ANY traction on today's college campuses.Even if this one statement is true, "161 white supremacist "flyering incidents" on 110 college campuses..."OMFG that's at least ONE flyer per college campus, hide the women and children!!! 

beijing expat Aug 18, 2017 9:02 PM Permalink

Headline should read: Youth tries to reestablish the center on campus.

Come on Tyler's. Far right is anyone who is not shouting Maoist slogans thee days.

The kids just want the BullShit to stop.

We ZH readers want the bullshit to stop.

kidinwyoming Aug 18, 2017 8:26 PM Permalink

Whats hilarious is that you have communists fighting socialists in the street.  Both sides are left wingers.  This fact seems to be lost on almost everyone.  

Drop-Hammer Aug 18, 2017 8:22 PM Permalink

I do not know about all of these high-falutin words and theories regards the 'far right'.  I do know that having millions of young evil YT guys who will have tons of school debt and no real career to occupy their idle hands (because the muds got the jobs through Affirmative-Action or because the jews colluded with our corruptocrats to gut our factories/jobs by the thousands/millions to send overseas/borders to generate more return for share-holders) will result in tidal waves of jew and mud blood.  These young YT men are Saxons who are awakening and will begin to hate-- a young male evil YT who begins to hate=history's most efficient killing machines.  

dirty fingernails Aug 18, 2017 8:03 PM Permalink

If AntiFa and the like want to fight the far right without granting them victim status and vindicating them, let them have their march and/rally and then throw down. Nobody's rights are infringed and you still get drag queens fighting Nazis.

loveyajimbo Aug 18, 2017 8:13 PM Permalink

"Then the next morning some of them (KKK/Nazis) suited up with helmets and shields and clashed with counter-protesters..."TOTAL BULLSHIT... Tyler, WTF???  The "antifa" shitbags started the violence, that is clear watching the many videos... did the "antifa" assholes have a legal permit, like the right wingers did?And with the meltdown of the left and their corrupt and lying media... and the lefty swine in congress... small wonder the KKK and the Neo-Nazis are looking good to many right now!

artichoke Aug 18, 2017 7:52 PM Permalink

On one hand I know this creates a ton of problems, mainly for the right.  If one of those people steps out of line, there's trouble all the way up to Trump who will get blamed.  One single person.  Say there's a shooting that doesn't look "lone-wolf" like the C'ville car driving thru the crowd.On the other hand it seems massively unfair that everyone but these people can demonstrate.  BLM which has adopted terrorist tactics.  Antifa which is an old communist organization.  Every fruit salad in the world, but not a group of primarily white males.  When they do it it's called "hate".I am excluding Nazis and anyone violent.  But as Trump said, that leaves a whole lot of people who are neither of those.I don't know the right solution.  When can we get to a place where white men standing up for themselves is not "hate" but just self-esteem as it is for anyone else?

Grandad Grumps Aug 18, 2017 7:30 PM Permalink

The Daniels guy from Purdue is absolute right. Those who want to tear the world apart lose if we ignore them. Yes, they have kept ratcheting it up in the US, but people have for the most part remained restrained. Keeping cool and outlasting them is all we need to do. It shows we have matured sufficiently.