Thursday, October 10, 2019

527 Years in Pattycake Land: Performative Kindness, Negative Peace, Feeding Babies to Dogs, and Ellen's Gaslighting

October 14th is Columbus Day 2019, or what I call the 527th anniversary of White People saying "We're making progress. Just give us more time".

Things Christopher Columbus did:

Committed genocide
Stole land and precious resources
Starved the Indigenous
Brought disease
Enslaved human beings
Raped women and young girls
Tortured people
Fed infants to dogs

White People: What a great guy! He deserves a holiday!!! 

The more things change...

Americans still kill brown people and take their natural resources, this government is still caging children and separating families, while deciding who gets to live on their native land, and which type of people gets equal treatment under the law. 

The latter seen this week as mostly old white men in black robes argue whether LGBTQs are worthy of civil rights. 

About how much more time y'all gonna need? Can we get a time frame?

I'm asking for every child dying at the border or crawling through Baghdad streets without legs or infant washing up on shore and every trans person facing unemployment and homelessness. Every gay teenager forced to climb into bed with an old man for the night to avoid freezing to death in the harsh cold. Every poor mother begging doctors to treat her baby. Every black person seeing a cop and wondering if this is the day they will die. Every co-ed being stalked across campus. Every mosque and synagogue congregation wondering if they'll leave worship in a body bag. Every school student prepared to text "I love you. Goodbye!!" to their parent. 

527 years and yet still more time is needed. That's a crock of muck, people. 

This isn't hard to figure out. There are only two sides to be on. There is no in-between...that's a fence straddled far too long. You can't justifiably be friends with those who harm others because of their race, class, religion, or sexual identity. 

If you choose to, then you're complicit in the harm they do. If you say you love your gay son or mixed race grandchild, but you friend those seeking them harm, then you're a horrible person and I feel badly for the people related to you. Either stand up for them or admit you're completely worthless to your loved one. 

  “Silence in the face of evil is itself evil: God will not hold us guiltless. Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act.” ― Dietrich Bonhoeffer  

It's time you put your foot down and scream "NO MORE!" Scream it in the faces of your family, the friends you appear to have chosen badly, the politicians, and the clergy.

You want to know how to handle holiday dinners, because your politics are different? (Is this even politics? Because it's more a matter of basic human decency.)

Go find better people to break bread with. You don't have to share a meal with bigots and assholes, who sour your stomach.

And you don't have to be kind to everyone. 

After images of her laughing with President George W. Bush at a Dallas Cowboys game went viral, talk show host Ellen DeGeneres created an even bigger controversy by gaslighting those upset about her friendship with someone a lot of people think is among the most vile beings of the 21st Century. 
“I’m friends with George Bush. In fact, I’m friends with a lot of people who don’t share the same beliefs that I have. Just because I don’t agree with someone on everything doesn’t mean that I’m not going to be friends with them. When I say, ‘Be kind to one another,’ I don’t mean only the people that think the same way that you do. I mean, ‘Be kind to everyone, it doesn’t matter.’”
One can disagree about brussel sprouts, but war crimes are another matter. 

DeGeneres is engaging in some heavy duty gaslighting directed at people that believe war criminals don't deserve positive reinforcement. Ellen, a lesbian, chose to bully those aware that Bush fought with all his might to make same-sex marriage illegal and those with no taste for crimes against humanity. 

It's important to have relationships with people who don't necessarily agree with you, but one needs to exercise common sense on who those people will be and understand what harm they've done to others. 

Few are saying Ellen can't be friends with a conservative Republican. This one in particular, however, has a lot of innocent blood on his hands. 

From Katrina to Iraq to black sites in Poland to waterboarding to Karl Rove-style politics to no due process at GITMO, well, that transcends politics. The person that lied the nation into war and was behind the deaths of over 4,200 American soldiers and hundreds of thousands of Iraqi civilians - all to abate his daddy issues and profit his buddies at Halliburton -  needs brought to justice, not befriended. 

Ellen, Bush needs to be in a cell at the United Nations Detention Unit, not sitting in the guest chair of your talk show or next to you in the "for rich people only" section at a class-segregated football game where black players are ostracized for taking a knee against racist police brutality. 

Along his way to war crime infamy, Ellen's friend found time to promote prisoner abuse, torture brown people, rig bids for his wealthy friends, and fiddle while parts of the Gulf Coast drown.

Would you befriend someone like this? Or would you make them a pariah? 

Uh huh, stay the hell away from me!

In a decade will all be forgotten and President Donald J. Trump treated as lovable ole Poppa Donnie who mischievously grabs his granddaughter by the pussy?

Oh that Poppa Donnie! He's a dirty mess, but you just have to love him.

Do not be incredulous about that. It's the pattern of whitewashing the past. It happens all the time.    

At the game, Ellen was the guest of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who demands players stand for the very flag that flew as Indigenous villages were burned to the ground and the anthem that says in its third verse: 

No refuge could save the hireling & slave
From the terror of flight or the gloom of the grave
And the star-spangled banner in triumph doth wave
O’er the land of the free & the home of the brave.

The Star Spangled Banner's lyricist, Francis Scott Key, became an adviser to President Andrew Jackson, a plantation owner known for the forced removal of the Indigenous under Manifest Destiny and Westward Expansion. While working for the Jackson genocide, Key was placed in charge of prosecuting early abolitionists. He showed no mercy or kindness for those seeking to free slaves.  

Y'all black folk better stand up for his song...or else.

As you've likely heard, Trump is a huge fan of Jackson and standing up for Key's anthem.

In the Ellen world, all the evil Bush did has been forgotten in a grand celebration of classism. And it is a matter of classism. Many horror stories have come out about how DeGeneres treats staffers. It's not with the kindness she shows war criminals and rapists with fat checking accounts.

Despite Ellen trying to guilt you into it, no, you don't have to be kind to everyone. 

Ellen isn't as kind as she pretends to be anyway. Her kindness is performative. She's not always kind to her employees. If the rumors are to be believed, she treats those working for her like peasants. 

After a fellow comedian accused her of being mean, Ellen responded, "I don't have to have anyone on my show that I don't like." 

Bush has been on her show and so has Mike Tyson. Does she like war criminals and rapists? 

She is certainly insensitive towards families who lost loved ones during an unjust war. No compassion for those lost during Hurricane Katrina. No thoughts whatsoever in regards to those tortured in secret prisons.

You don't have to dance with or be kind to war criminals, rapists, child molesters, cold-blooded murderers, bullies, abusers, racists, or any monster. 

Don't be gaslighted into thinking you have to be; especially not from an insulated celebrity making a profit off dancing with war criminals and chit-chatting with rapists.

We don't dwell in Ellen's profitable Pattycake Land where one can dance around on stage, do an act of  performative kindness, and skip off to the bank. We don't get to call up the Academy and ask them to give a homophobe like Kevin Hart a free pass. 

But it is Ellen's Pattycake Land, isn't it? The queen gets to do whatever she wants in her realm.

George W. Bush is as about as monstrous as it gets. He's not a big, cuddly goofball handing out candy to black children...or Michelle Obama. He's a beast. Revising his history and pretending he's harmless is fickle and feckless. And dangerous.
“...a beautiful, funny, kind, sweet man,”
said Michelle Obama of G.W. Bush
It's all harmful. We know that it is harmful, because people keep redeeming the worst among them, rewriting their histories, and celebrating them with holidays, while pretending they are being a good person for forgiving, and never ever after 527 years arriving to the place they should be at.  

One isn't going to evolve, if they don't remember the bad that was done. Bush was the Christopher Columbus of his time. He invaded foreign lands to steal natural resources, killed the brown people on that land, while leaving the living ones in squalor. He cracked jokes about Brownie, as black babies drown in flood waters just as Columbus did, when he had brown babies thrown to dogs for entertainment.

Kindness and sweetness are facades for some. Plantation masters were quite civil in their refined Southern ways, as they had slaves whipped. White people thought they were doing the right thing for Indians by marching them on a Trail of Tears. 

With both having a comfortable station in life, Ellen and Michelle are willing to whitewash Bush's history and make him harmless. This is how things never change. This type of action is how progress is stunted.

Wealthy liberals are well-schooled at being fickle and feckless. It seems that once you reach a certain class level you forget the people being oppressed down on the lower rungs. You forget who has been doing the oppressing and become one of them. You become part of the problem.

Hell, you are the problem.

At this point in her life, Ellen is an obstacle that needs overcome. Certainly, she has done good in her life, but the last couple of years has shown her to be lost. She's gone to the other side where she's found a safe and comfortable place.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. addressed this in Letter from a Birmingham Jail.
“I have almost reached the regrettable conclusion that the Negro's great stumbling block in the stride toward freedom is not the White Citizen's Councilor or the Ku Klux Klanner, but the white moderate who is more devoted to "order" than to justice; who prefers a negative peace which is the absence of tension to a positive peace which is the presence of justice; who constantly says "I agree with you in the goal you seek, but I can't agree with your methods of direct action;" who paternalistically feels he can set the timetable for another man's freedom; who lives by the myth of time and who constantly advises the Negro to wait until a "more convenient season."

Once your needs are met, you sell out. 

You feel safe setting next to a man that strikes fear in other women, especially if they've been raped by him. You live behind walls and gates guarded by security knowing that you're safe from the rapist, so that's what matters. Everyone else be damned. 

Instead of pointing at a ex-boxer Mike Tyson, who served time after raping a teenager, and screaming "RAPIST!" you're telling girls and women, "Aw, he's okay. He's safe. Don't worry about him. Rapists are sweet."

Why didn't you warn us about him, Ellen?
Be kind to everyone, it doesn’t matter.
Under Ellen's version of performative kindness, even rapists like Mike Tyson
 get a pass just as long as they're a rich celebrity that can bring in viewers.

Blow your goddamn rape whistle, Ellen! Blow the hell out of it. 

But no, gotta be kind. Gotta soften up folks and guide them into letting their guard down.

Gotta make it 528 years.


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Sunday, October 6, 2019

American Seditionists: The Fringe Elements Behind Talk of a New Civil War

The Battle of Gettysburg (1863), lithograph by Currier & Ives.

In an unpatriotic act of self-preservation, President Donald J. Trump has begun dropping hints to the basest of his base - deplorables and poorly educated - hoping that the threat of a civil war would save the rogue chief executive from impeachment and prison. 

The people paying attention to Trump are the same ones we've seen acting without reason or logic either before, during, or right after the 2016 election. They all believe themselves to be America's salvation, when the reality is they're a mighty mess of fringe types, racists, country bumpkins with suspect DNA, gullible fools, and the mentally unsound with all having the propensity for violence. 

Having tracked these groups since 2007 we're seeing some old faces and newbies cut from the same cloth.

Their allegiance to America is loudly vocalized and seen with acts of hyperpatriotism, but in reality these are anti-Americans. They don't care if the Constitution is subverted, as long as it's to their benefit. The discontents pledge loyalty to the country, then arm themselves to bring the nation down. There is no desire to improve America, but to remake it into an image that speaks to the darkest elements of their hearts. 

The act of sedition extends into spreading disinformation, malicious lies against perceived enemies, and insane conspiracy theories. All that, while screaming anything they don't like hearing as being fake news. 

These groups are legion, but can be categorized into a few general areas: perceived patriot, militia, neo-Confederate, neo-Nazi, white nationalists, race separatists, and conspiracy theorists. 

Many times, these categories overlap with each other. For instance, an Oath Keeper may be a perceived patriot, militia member, neo-Nazi, and white nationalist with tenancies leaning towards conspiracy theory.

Considered a buffoon by most, James Stachowiak of Georgia is a prime 
example of the type we're dealing with: pro-Trump, single, underemployed,
is paranoid about Muslims and LGBTQs, surrounds himself with guns,
and is extremely paranoid and insecure. Although he, purports to 
support the troops, he resents veterans and often threatens them. 
Irrational belief systems can include the ideas that non-white races are inferior, Jews are the world's enemies, Muslims are going to force Sharia Law on America, homosexuals are after children and want to force their sexuality on heterosexuals, a secret cartel exists running everything from child sex trafficking to the New World Order, a Deep State is operating as a shadow government in the United States, liberals want to confiscate guns and limit free speech, undocumented aliens are taking away educations and social services from Americans, Western Civilization exists because of the hard work of white men, and anyone not pledged to the Republican Party is a socialist or communist. 

Although you will find other races represented in very small numbers, by and large these people are white and most of them are males. Even though there are exceptions, they tend to be unemployed or underemployed, of average or below average intelligence, lack formal educations, insecure, exude misogyny and hypermasculinity, and are very frightened the world has left them behind. 

Anyone that is not a heterosexual white Christian male is a threat to them.

Fear guides their lives causing them to embrace paranoia, conspiracy theories, harm marginalized communities, and stockpile food and guns.  

They all happen to be the "very fine people" Trump referred to in 2017 after the deadly Charlottesville 'Unite the Right' protests turned deadly. Since that event, there has been frequent cooperation between the nationalists and white supremacists. They often attack the same enemies and partner to protest the same issues. Frequently, they're seen bullying and terrorizing cities and towns, while carrying weapons and wearing armor. Street brawls with antifascists trying to protect their communities have become commonplace.

In this photo from the Washington Examiner the hate group Proud Boys are shown
looking for a brawl in Oregon during an event they called 'End Domestic Terrorism.'
When someone disagrees with them on even minor points, these goons start live streaming, while waving hatchets and AR-15's. Prior to showing up for one of their street brawls, they pose holding their weapons, like little boys at play. They have convinced themselves that unrestrained intimidation is a proper debate technique. 

Viewing their social media accounts, one can find ample images of muscled Norsemen, sword-welding Crusaders, stills from the Braveheart movie, blood-dripping skulls, and hate symbols. It's almost comical, as none of these wannabe warriors look anything like the beefcake fantasy men they post images of.

2017 Unite the Right
In many cases, the same ones talking about a new civil war are the same ones that would've fought to keep slavery as an institution, as many of them are from Southern states, especially from the more rural areas where the 21st Century hasn't had much of an influence. 

They're the ones proclaiming their great love for America and its Constitution, while waving the flags of the nation's enemies. 

Incapable of critical thinking, they fail to understand the irony of waving both an American and a Confederate flag or one emblazoned with a Nazi swastika.

In this surreal vision of the far right, American, Confederate, and Nazi flags fly together.
The Confederates and Nazis were not supporters of America and its Constitution. Wars were fought between each other. It's a point that should not normally be confused, but somehow these beings have blended it altogether and revised history, while imagining themselves as great men seeking to protect the nation. 

They wave their cheap guns around in front of cameras talking about the Second Amendment and needing them to defend the country from tyrants. Yet they're threatening to turn those guns on fellow American citizens trying to remove an actual tyrant from office using lawful measures enshrined in the U.S. Constitution. 

That would make them the enemies within - seditionists and traitors all.

America is a nation of laws. Its goal has been a peaceful transfer of power using an electoral process. When there is a problem with an elected official, you seek to oust them via remedies found within the laws and courts. To threaten the murder and mayhem resulting from a civil war, is a vile act unworthy of a constitutional republic. It outrages common sense, decency, and true American values.

It's lawless sedition. 

For years, ultranationalists warned about a tyrant, then, as soon as one showed up, they dropped to their knees to worship him and behave like criminal henchmen instead of true patriots. Then they declared they would kill American soldiers and citizens in order to keep that tyrant in power - all while feigning respect for the Armed Forces and Constitution.

None of them are upstanding members of their community. They're the cringeworthy fringe types that care little about a lawful civilization, social conventions, improving their hometowns, supporting their local schools and libraries, or belonging to civic organizations. 

Emotionally underdeveloped, their kind often provoke immature street brawls, believing that bare-knuckled violence is the solution to addressing an issue, as if they were seventh graders on a junior high school playground.

Most often, they're engaging in such behaviors due to mental limitations that have left them incapable of civil debate or involvement in legitimate political processes. They act out like misguided, dissatisfied children - the ones you see throwing tantrums in a toy aisle, when they don't get what they want.

Being mentally weak, they take their cues from outlandish conspiracy theories, such as Operation Jade Helm during the Summer of 2015 where they prepared to do battle with the men and women of the United States Armed Forces.

Based on a conspiracy theory that a child could see through, they loaded their guns and readied themselves to slay fellow citizens. 

The reality of Jade Helm is that it was a United States Special Operations Command training exercise. Armies need trained in order to prepare for potential conflict. All over the world, such armies train each day. Just like a high school football team practices against each other in preparation for a real game, so do armies. Teams are split up between two sides with all really being on the same side. Yet this caused tremendous alarm within the Patriot and Militia Movements. 

Suddenly, there was talk about secret bases beneath Walmart Supercenters where the "intelligence" confirmed that President Barack Obama was bringing in Chinese troops to disarm Americans and stashing them in huge secret bases dug under the Walmarts, so the communists wouldn't be noticed until they were ready to pop out like a Jack in the Box and wage population and gun control right on Main Street America. 

From the New York Times: Scott Degenaer, outside his home in Christoval, Tex. Mr. Degenaer
said he understood the paranoia over Jade Helm 15 that led some residents to bury their firearms.

In the end there were no Chinese and American soldiers running through city streets and rounding citizens up. There was no confiscation of guns. At Walmart, it was business as usual.

In 2013 the Russians were coming too.

A New World Order conspiracy saw President Obama tucking away Russian soldiers beneath Denver International Airport. The reality was that less than two dozen Russians had arrived to do cross training exercises at Fort Carson in Colorado.

It was in the newspapers. It was on local television. Yet the Patriot and Militia Movements went on high alert warning their people that America had now been invaded and war was inevitable. Some armed militia members staked out the airport just waiting for the Russians to show their faces. It was time to go Red Dawn on the commies.

The patriots truly believed there was an underground city beneath the airport that Obama had made the headquarters of the New World Order. They whispered about Masonic and Satanic symbols, human sacrifice, and murals depicting war and death. Surely, they must rise up against it.

Claims were made that the 1995 construction of the airport formed one giant swastika.

Among the pieces of "evidence" used by the Patriot and Militia Movements
to declare that Denver International Airport was above a hidden underground
city was this early construction of the area. Patriot minds saw a swastika.

This is the exact mindset we're dealing with in this new call for Civil War. 

More recently, these same people have been taking their cues from unhinged beliefs put out by groups like QAnon, who tell them the Clintons are running child sex rings, even out of a pizza parlor (see image below), or that child welfare departments are trafficking the children put into foster care.

Many times, those sharing such delusions have lost their own children to the system. Instead of blaming their drug use or accepting that they were abusive and neglectful, which led to the removal of their children, they rage at the state. Incapable of accepting that they are bad parents, they adopt the false belief the government is selling their kids to pedophiles.

In 2016, the Comet Ping Pong, a Washington D.C.-based pizza parlor,
became the focal point of conspiracy theorists from 4Chan and 8Chan,
who believed the Clintons were using the restaurant to involve children
in Satanic ritual abuse. On December 4, 2016, Edgar Maddison Welch
fired three shots from an AR-15 in the delusion he was there to save kids.

All over the state of Arkansas the shifty group known as the Hiwaymen have popped up in front of child welfare offices demanding child sex slaves be given their freedom. Always tagging along with the hate group is its co-founder James Del Brock and a couple of women, who were horrible parents, so the state had to intervene to rescue their children from them. 

Brock frequently cites QAnon conspiracies on his social media to support his belief that the government is sexually trafficking children.

Backwoods Southern groups like the League of the South and
the Hiwaymen often show the fluctuating facial asymmetry
associated with long-term inbreeding, while possessing poor
educations and a lack of critical thinking skills.  
QAnon is a far-right conspiracy that revolves around the belief there is a secret plot by the Deep State that is out to remove President Trump. It's one of the leaders in pushing for a Civil War in order to protect a man facing impeachment for high crimes. The Deep State concept is the idea that there is a hidden government inside the government that is attempting to control a legitimately elected government. 

Some of us used to call that the bureaucracy. 

A group like the Oath Keepers claim to be former or current military and law enforcement members, who have taken an oath to defend America from enemies foreign and domestic. In reality, however, they pose a significant threat to the people they purport to defend. They're more aligned with anti-government and domestic terrorists, who want to bring America down, than they are to those who want to protect the nation.  

Then there are the chaotic warlord wannabes, who believe upon America's collapse they can take control of their home areas and run it like a fiefdom. They can separate the races, control the economy, and use women as chattel. 

Neo-Nazis like the egomaniac call center employee Billy Roper of the Arkansas-based Shieldwall Network want the Balkanisation of America where each race has their own homeland. He believes a civil war would open the door to his having the fantasy land he's dubbed Ozarkia in Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas.

Despite having spent a quarter of a century trying, Roper has failed to organize more than a dozen men, who tend to be drug addicts and criminals. It's pretty clear that were Ozarkia to come into being the abject failure would not be the one running it.

Certainly, they're not sending great minds or the best men to fight this desired civil war.

Which is why they're going to lose. Losing is all they really know.

Dealing with all these characters on a daily basis has made one thing clear: they don't care if America falls to war and ruin. Their lives are already in ruin, so they feel they have nothing to lose. They hope in a fallen society they'll be a somebody. They won't. No matter what happens, these people will always be nobodies. They'll remain run-of-the-mill discontents and losers until their last breath.

It's unlikely there will ever be a civil war. Yet these groups will want to commit domestic terrorist acts.

And Hate Trackers will be there to screw up those plans.


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Saturday, October 5, 2019

Neighbor Taunts Neo-Nazi Living Across the Street With Israeli Flags

Notorious Pennsylvania neo-Nazi Daniel Burnside is getting a taste of his own medicine and he's not liking it one bit.

Burnside, a member of the National Socialist Movement, has irritated his neighbors for years by flying Nazi flags on his Ulysses, Pennsylvania property.

An August 2018 report by CNN stated:
Already, Burnside has been marginalized by residents of this Pennsylvania town. Though he extols Donald Trump -- whom 79.5% of voters here in Potter County chose for President in 2016 -- he's drawn the ire of his neighbors in Ulysses, who say his intense racism doesn't reflect their values and has generated unwanted attention, angst and even fear. 
After a story in The Washington Post exposed Burnside's bluster, death threats arrived online, taking aim at the town at large. But for all his fuming, Burnside hasn't broken any laws, a top elected leader in the area said, leaving little officials can do to remove the target of their collective backlash.
Burnside's neighbor issues get quite a bit of news coverage even in Australia where a news outlet there reported:
Just off Main Street in the town of Ulysses sits a yard decked out with swastikas, Confederate flags and wood carvings of Norse gods. 
"I try to display as much patriotism as I can. … It creates conversation," says Daniel Burnside, the tattooed, bearded man who owns the property. 
"If it creates angst, if it creates discomfort in people, maybe they need to explore why that angst and discomfort is there."
Now it's Burnside feeling the angst and discomfort. 

Burnside posted that on his VK account. VK is a Russian online social media and social networking service where Nazis and other white supremacists now congregate after being kicked off Facebook and Twitter. 

There his Nazi pals suggested he commit an act of arson. 

However, instead of committing arson on his neighbor, Early this morning, Burnside chose to set fire to a swastika instead. Seeing as how that happened around 3 am, the neighbors were likely asleep and unaware of the triggered Nazi's tantrum.

Hate Trackers will continue monitoring the neighborhood feud in case of further developments.  


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Knights Party of the Ku Klux Klan Launches Pro-White Book Sales Website, Releases Book

Knights Party of the KKK National Director Thomas Robb

On October 5, 2019, Pastor Thomas Robb celebrated his 30th year of being national director for the Knights Party of the Ku Klux Klan.

That Klan group was originally founded by notorious white supremacist David Duke, who ran it as Grand Wizard until Robb took over in 1989.

As part of the celebration, Robb created a free Wordpress website called the KKKorner News to promote pro-white books.

KKKorner News looks to be a potential blog, as well, to promote Robb's press releases and such.

So far, only a two-volume book about Robb written by his children Jason Robb and Rachel Pendergraft is the only thing being sold. 

Noted on the website was a blurb for the self-published tome.
“A Pictorial & Documented History of Thomas Robb” is a 2 Volume Set of books compiled by Rachel Pendergraft and Jason Robb. These books detail the accomplishments of Pastor Thomas Robb, National Director of the Knights Party. Buy 1,or both! I have these books and they’re amazing, you’ll want both! They are $20 each and for sale through the Christian Revival Center. To order yours, send a money order and which Volume you want, or both to: Christian Revival Center P. O. Box 602 Harrison AR. 72602 
The 148-page Volume 1 book is available on Amazon showing an independent publishing date of April 13, 2019.

Described as "History of Thomas Robb and ministry of the Christian Revival Center" it's currently ranked on Amazon as #2,154,570 in book sales and has yet to receive any reviews.

Volume 2 comes in at 147 pages and ranks #1,588,370. Its brief description says "Short Pictorial history Thomas Robb / White Activist."


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Leader of Hate Group The Hiwaymen Under FBI Investigation for Civil War Live Streams

On right is Billy Sessions in Portland last year. The Hiwaymen frequently travel
the country in order to do street combat. They've attacked a Little Rock trans
rally and terrorized mosques in recent months.

In an October 3rd live stream on Facebook and YouTube, hate group leader Billy Sessions (his real name is Billy Helton) of the Hiwaymen revealed he was paid a visit by the Federal Bureau of Investigation over his statements calling for a new American Civil War.

The Hiwaymen, co-founded by James Del Brock and Billy Sessions (real name Billy Helton), first got attention in 2017 at the white supremacist Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville where neo-Nazi James Fields, Jr. drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters killing Heather Heyer.

In the photo to the left, Sessions on right, Brock in center, are seen in Charlottesville with an unnamed member of the white nationalist League of the South, an incredibly racist and violent group.

They attempted to get in with larger white nationalist and patriot groups, but beyond a few minor Confederate groups and Patriot Prayer, no one wanted to deal with the Hiwaymen.

Sessions is considered a pariah inside the Patriot Movement. Most other groups think of him as a silly clown, who only embarrasses their causes and is more concerned about getting publicity for himself than anything. 

In turn, Sessions frequently attacks groups like the Oath Keepers and III Percenters, who have cold shouldered him. 


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2019 - The Year of the Indigenous

Water warrior Autumn Peltier

I declared 2017 the Year of the Women and 2018 the Year of the Children, as each had risen up and demanded they be heard with #metoo and March for Our Lives.

I'm calling 2019 the Year of the Indigenous.

The Indigenous have been slowly rising and hit their stride this year. Democratic candidates are engaging with tribes and analysts claim that the Indigenous vote could sway next year's election.

Movements are afoot to end the use of racist stereotypes as school mascots.

Many tribes have earned wealth, which translates to power.

When the Oklahoma governor tried to extort money from the tribes here, they told him to sit his ass down.

The warriors from Standing Rock continue and similar actions spread to Hawaii this year, as a sacred mountain was protected. Indigenous in Oklahoma took allies to block off a military base to stop them from using it as a concentration camp for migrant children. They were successful.

Child water warrior Autumn Peltier has become extremely popular around the world.

Outrage over children in cages and the treatment of the Indigenous at the border helped the public learn the long evil history of family separations, residential schools, and children dying in U.S. custody.

Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women finally became a national issue with Congress starting to take action.

That's the short list. There's so much more that could be stated. The Indigenous have risen to demand they be heard, given full sovereignty, be treated fairly, and receive justice.

2019 The Year of the Indigenous!

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Friday, October 4, 2019

Arkansas Newspaper Selling Ku Klux Klan Ad Space To Attack Gays

All the hate that's fit to print!

Typically, the KKK's modus operandi is to sneak around in the middle of the night and drop flyers on driveways and in mail boxes, as being seen associating with an organization that's murdered over 5,000 U.S. citizens is an embarrassment to most people.

Not so with one particular Klan syndicate and their business partner.

The Harrison Daily Times, an Arkansas-based newspaper, is unethically providing newspaper ad space to a well-known hate group called the Knights Party of the Ku Klux Klan. At least twice this year the publication has allowed the group to purchase ads in order to attack local LGBTQs and to promote their Klan headquarters.

In monitoring Ku Klux Klan activities on the Russian social media site VK.COM where hate and terror groups interact, Hate Trackers uncovered statements made by Pastor Thomas Robb, national director of the Knights Party of the Ku Klux Klan, boasting about the newspaper providing prime space for their most recent ad published in September 2019. We then obtained copies of those ads.

Robb and the Klan run a compound near Harrison they call the Christian Revival Center, which is who purchased the Harrison Daily Times ads.

The most recent ad appeared on the back page where it took up half the page below the fold.

In his VK post, the pastor brags about the reach he obtained saying "This ad could not be missed, it covered half of the back page , a prime placement. In the past very few people were even aware we were "protesting" (I like to call it a Christian witness) Most people in town, unless they drove down to the square, had no idea this attempt to sodomize our community was even happening. But this ad changed all that, it became the talking point in barbershops, service stations, office buildings etc. through out the city."

The Harrison Daily Times helped spread the white supremacist message far and wide, while throwing its LGBTQ readers underneath the bus.

It should be noted that Robb and the Christian Revival Center being the Ku Klux Klan is not a secret. The newspaper would certainly know who they're dealing with and where the money for the ads was coming from.

Hate Trackers reached out to that newspaper on their Facebook, Twitter, and via email for a response, but publisher Jim Perry, editors Lynn Blevins and James L. White, and advertising manager Todd Edwards were too chickenshit to respond.

One of the larger buildings located on the KKK compound grounds.

The City of Harrison - where Robb felt comfortable enough building a KKK compound nearby - has a long, sordid history, when it comes to race relations.

A PBS Independent Lens documentary noted the following:

"According to historian James Loewen in his book Sundown Towns (New Press, 2005), “In late September of 1905, a white mob stormed the jail, carried several black prisoners outside the town, whipped them and ordered them to leave. The rioters then swept through Harrison’s black neighborhood, tying men to trees and whipping them, burning several homes and warning all African Americans to leave that night. Most fled without any belongings. Three or four wealthy white families sheltered servants who stayed on, but in 1909, another mob tried to lynch a black prisoner. Fearing for their lives, most remaining African Americans left. Harrison remained a ‘sundown town,’ [i.e., a place that threatened, ‘N*****, don’t let the sun go down on you here’] until at least 2002.”

"The violence in Harrison caused black residents in neighboring communities to flee the area as well. In the 1900 Census, the black community in Harrison numbered 115 people in a town of 1,500. Less than ten years later, that community was gone. Today, Harrison is home to just over 12,000 residents, more than 97 percent of them white. Fewer than 40 African Americans live in Boone County, of which Harrison is the county seat, out of a total population of 34,000."

The Harrison Daily Times was established in 1876, so would've been in the thick of that hate event.

Former Grand Wizard David Duke
The Knights Party of the Ku Klux Klan was founded in 1975 by David Duke, an American white supremacist and white nationalist politician, convicted felon, and former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan. Duke is a Holocaust denier, and espouses white separatism and antisemitic conspiracy theories. (See Wiki entry)

It's been under the helm of Pastor Thomas Robb since the 1980's.

As the group's national director, he holds sway over the Christian Revival Center near Harrison, Arkansas.

Pastor Thomas Robb
That compound houses four generations of the Robb Family and is the Knights Party's national headquarters.

Robb has been involved in white nationalism and Christian Identity, an extremely racist and anti-Semitic religious ideology, for half a century.  

The pastor, also, appears to be a bit of a thief.

Southern Poverty Law Center Report on Robb claims, "Robb took strong control of the Klan’s finances. He was eventually accused of embezzling hotline proceeds and a $20,000 anonymous donation, resulting in a split with several high-ranking members."

In 1993, Robb organized a protest against the Martin Luther King National Holiday in Pulaski, Tennessee, which is the birthplace of the Ku Klux Klan. 

The event eventually became known as the White Christian Heritage Festival, held each October in Pulaski. 

Robb has direct connections to a great many infamous white supremacist figures and groups ranging back to the Sixties. He maintains some of those associations to the present - at least among the few who have survived to 2019.

Thomas Robb and Edward Reed Fields
In February 2019, Robb traveled from his Klan compound in Arkansas to visit Edward Reed Fields, a notorious KKK Grand Dragon, in Marietta, Georgia, who had founded the National States' Rights Party (NSRP) in 1958.

The NSRP opposed racial segregation, while promoting white supremacy, and did so violently. 

Fields' partner in the terrorist organization was a man named J.B. Stoner, who was involved in the 1958 racially motivated terrorist attack on the Bethel Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. In 1980, he was finally convicted of that event.

Five of Fields' men bombed the Hebrew Benevolent Congregation Temple in Atlanta, Georgia on October 12, 1958. Fortunately, no one was injured.

In late September, Pastor Thomas Robb preached a sermon at the Ku Klux Klan headquarters to further assail LGBTQs. In a video posted on YouTube, Robb tells his fellow Klan members the names those who allowed the LGBTQs to use the Lyric Theater for some of their pride activities.

Historically, a KKK leader will name the group's perceived enemies in hopes that the foot soldiers will go out and terrorize and lynch those parties. 

In the video, Robb continues boasting about the newspaper ad.

It's not the first time this year that the Harrison Daily Times has had a business relationship with the terrorists at the Ku Klux Klan either.

Although we're unsure of the date, the ad below deals with the construction of a new building on the KKK compound property. That building was only completed this past summer.

Jim Perry is the publisher for the Harrison Daily Times, but is employed by a Missouri-based media company. Ultimately, he is responsible for the newspaper's content. He appears to be helming the Harrison paper from his office in Missouri.

The Harrison Daily Times is owned by the Phillips Media Group (PMG), who owns nine newspapers in the region. Having the same owner, it's possible they're Klan-friendly as well. 

Perry, a Texas native, also previously worked with PMG as publisher for papers in Eureka Springs and Berryville, Ark. He was publisher of the Hope Star daily in Hope, Ark., as well as a mid-sized daily in Leesburg, Fla.

Arkansas Newspapers

Harrison Daily Times View Site
Newton County Times View Site

Missouri Newspapers

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The Marshfield Mail View Site
Sedalia Democrat View Site
The West Plains Daily Quill View Site

PMG's phone number is (417) 864-4230 and they're located at 3901 East Mustard Way in Springfield, Missouri. 

They, also, own the Nowata Printing Company, which has two locations.

Springfield, MO
3901 E. Mustard Way
Springfield, MO 65803
(417) 864-0932

Harrison, AR
111 W. Rush Avenue
PO Box 40
Harrison, AR 72602
(870) 741-2325

For those interested in contacting the Harrison Daily News about their cozy and profitable relationship with the Ku Klux Klan, here are their numbers:

Saturday, September 14, 2019

Hiwaymen make threats in Oklahoma, head to New Mexico to team up with armed Proud Boys

Photo via Debbie Hurtado

As the Arkansas-based hate group known as the Hiwaymen, try to expand out and reach more targets, it appears they're escalating an already established pattern of disruption and violence.

On Friday, a man named Harold Royse of Muskogee, Oklahoma, popped up on our Facebook messenger claiming to be with the Hiwaymen after making violent criminal threats towards Hate Trackers.

Criminal charges are to be filed against that Hiwaymen.

Then on Saturday, Oklahoma members of the Hiwaymen, including convicted felons Travis Rail and Acea Duran, Ericka Duran, and Daniel Davis, showed up in Albuquerque, New Mexico, ahead of a Trump rally scheduled to take place on Monday in nearby Rio Rancho.

They soon found themselves up in someone else's business trying to start a brawl, which duplicates their previous behaviors across the country.

Hiwaymen member Travis Rail

Rail has an extremely long criminal record ranging from 1998 - 2018 that shows an unstable, violent man with a slew of misdemeanor and felony charges, which include pointing firearms, cruelty to animals, escape from lawful custody, driving under the influence, possession of drugs, threatening violence, resisting arrest, and public drunk.

His most recent conviction stems from an April 2018 case in Carter County, Oklahoma. It involved Possession of Controlled and Dangerous Substance - Clonazepam.

Acea Duran
Acea Duran has also had legal issues. 

In 2012, the Hiwaymen was convicted of larceny and concealing stolen property. Pleading no contest, Duran was was given a five-year deferred sentence.

Rail, Duran, and the others ended up teaming with members of another hate group - the infamous Proud Boys - to attempt a disruption of a peaceful antifascist demonstration aimed at denouncing the racism and violence that occurs during Trump rallies.
ProgressNow New Mexico was live streaming on Facebook as the hate groups tried to interfere with their action.

Note: The Hiwaymen are in bright neon yellow t-shirts, while the Proud Boys are in their typical uniform of a black polo with gold piping. 

Police managed to keep all parties separated, but there were some sporadic encounters between the groups after the rally ended.

One video shows a member of the Proud Boys brandishing a gun. Later in that same video, another Proud Boys goon expresses his concern about the optics of such an act.

Based out of Arkansas, the Hiwaymen are run by two notorious grifters named Billy Sessions, aka Billy Helton, and James Del Brock. They began public actions at the 2017 Unite the Right in Charlottesville, which saw a neo-Nazi named James Fields Jr. plow his car into anti-fascists killing a young woman named Heather Heyer.

Since that time, they've participated in violent actions around the country, including attacking an anti-fascism rally in Austin, TX and Portland, OR where they joined up with Joey Gibson's Patriot Prayer.

Back in March, the neon yellow-shirted goons attacked trans people at a peaceful Trans Day of Visibility gathering in Little Rock.

While in Albuquerque, Hiwaymen Daniel Davis was live streaming on Facebook, as the group hurled anti-gay slurs across the street. Of course, they were well protected by police during their sideshow.

You can view that video here. 

Once things wrapped up and their police protection was gone, the Hiwaymen rushed to find their ride share in order to exit the area.