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Neo-Nazi Rallies Provoke ‘Anger, Fear’

By Hatewatch Staff on November 10, 2009 - 11:02 am, Posted in Uncategorized

The National Socialist Movement, a neo-Nazi group, held two rallies in Arizona and Minnesota to demonstrate against illegal immigration. Similar rallies in Riverside, Calif., near Los Angeles, have led to violent clashes with counter-protesters.
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  • Matt Shoemaker

    This website promotes “anger” and “fear”. Is that the pot calling the kettle black (and no, there’s no racist intent in that phrase).

  • GENO

    Captured footages of the neo-Nazi event in AZ held last Saturday on the 7th. Can be found on the Feathered Bastard’s blog in the Phoenix New Times which has links, one can also check out Naui’s and Dennis Gilman’s Humanleague youtube channel. There was a slideshow of the Anarchists in last Sat’s march which was also found in AZcentral.com.
    For those interested in what took place. I, myself was there, covered in Black from head to toe. One can check out our comrade’s blog at the Phoenix Class War Council.

  • http://trackerinblue@yahoo.com Not just watching

    The world and it’s demographics are changing, and there’s nothing the neo-nazis can do about it. They can strut around in clownish costumes, waving archaic flags, and poison their bodies with ink and their children’s minds with hate. It won’t change anything.
    What they’re not counting on is the determined resistance of the oppressed. If it ever comes down to a fight, there will be no cooperative victims. NEVER AGAIN.

  • http://www.alipac.us William Gheen

    So sad that the American public must choose between inaction on illegal immigration or joining a hate group. Unavoidable almost since the SPLC has labeled all groups fighting illegal immigration as “extremist’

    The SPLC’s application of this title to groups that are known to be non-racist and multi-ethnic is fueling the radicalization of the issue by attempting to deprive Americans of free speech and attempting to malign moderate organizations.