Tag: white supremacists

US Neo-Nazi Lure Youth with Free Music Downloads

Hate groups American neo-Nazis are using deceptive free music downloads to lure youth and college students into anti-Semitism, according to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) of the B’Nai Brith organization. It said the new tactics specifically target high school and college students through advertisements in school newspapers.

Israel’s Arutz Sheva reports that a man who operates a racist web site tricked school papers “by changing his site when he placed ads offering music by independent artists, but after the ads were published, he returned the site to its usual white supremacist format.”

Hate group’s website uses Martin Luther King name to attack him

Martin Luther King Type the name “Martin Luther King” into the popular Google Internet search engine, and find a surprise: among the expected university and newspaper links, one site €” the third highest ranked link €” stands out.

It attacks the personal life of the slain civil rights leader and, by extension, the movement of nonviolence he championed. It rehashes allegations of plagiarism and adultery and accuses King of fraud, claiming he was not a “legitimate reverend” or “bonafide Ph.D.”

The site is run by a white supremacist group called Stormfront, described by one watchdog organization as the largest “hate group” online

Jury awards $2.5 million to teen beaten by Klan members

John Gruver A jury awarded $2.5 million in damages on Friday to a Kentucky teenager who was severely beaten by members of a Ku Klux Klan group because they mistakenly thought he was an illegal Latino immigrant, the Southern Poverty Law Center said.

The verdict included $1.5 million in compensatory damages and $1 million in punitive damages against “Imperial Wizard” Ron Edwards.

The law center said before the verdict that a large damage award could break the Klan group, allowing the teen and the law center to seize the group’s assets, including its headquarters, a 15-acre compound in Dawson Springs, Kentucky.

White supremacists target middle America

hate groups So-called ‘white supremacy’ hate groups in the USA are changing their marketing tactics in an attempt to broaden their appeal.

The hate groups are on the rise as they market themselves to middle America, according to leaders of the groups and organizations that monitor them.

The renewed activity includes a boom on the Internet.