#AfD verbreitet manipuliertes Foto von #Klimademo – #fakenews #schauhin #f4f #fridaysforfuture #pack

Bei einer „Fridays For Future“-Demo hat die „Märkische Allgemeine Zeitung“ protestierende Schüler fotografiert. Eines der Bilder der MAZ, die wie diese Zeitung auch Partner im RedaktionsNetzwerk Deutschland ist, wurde manipuliert und als diffamierende Montage im Netz verbreitet – auch von der AfD. Hunderte Schüler haben sich am 18. Januar 2019 vor dem Potsdamer Landtag versammelt, um bei der „Fridays for Future“-Demo für besseren Klimaschutz zu demonstrieren. Auch die „Märkische Allgemeine Zeitung“ berichtete, die wie diese Zeitung Partner im RedaktionsNetzwerk Deutschland ist. Dabei wurden auch einige der protestierenden Schüler fotografiert. Doch vor wenigen Tagen tauchte eines der Bilder plötzlich in einem ganz anderen Kontext auf: Der AfD-Kreisverband Stade hatte eine manipulierte Version davon auf seiner Facebook-Seite geteilt.
Manipuliertes Foto ändert Aussagen auf Schüler-Plakaten Statt „Schulstreik für das Klima“ und „It’s our future“, was ursprünglich auf den Plakaten der Jugendlichen zu lesen war, stand dort nun „Strom und Benzin sind nicht teuer genug –Rettet die Eisbeeren“ und „Schafft die Autos ab, geht doch zu Fuss“. Unter das Bild wurde eine Texttafel mit dem Satz „Diese Kinder kann man nicht mehr retten… Endgültig verblödet!“ montiert. Die AfD verbreitete die dreiste Fotomontage mit den Worten: „Ohne jegliches Hintergrundwissen und dazu vollkommen unbelehrbar…“ Einer der Schüler, die hier diffamiert werden, ist sauer: „Meine Meinung wird damit manipuliert und die Leute, die nicht wissen, was wir dort gemacht haben, denken, dass wir irgendeinen Schnulz verbreiten wollen“, sagt Edwin (ganz rechts). Seine beiden Mitdemonstranten auf dem Foto wollten den Vorgang nicht kommentieren. (…) Es ist auch nicht das erste Mal, dass der AfD-Kreisverband durch ein manipuliertes Bild für Aufsehen sorgt. Bereits 2016 hatte der stellvertretende Vorsitzende der AfD Stade, Lars Seemann, einen Flyer gebastelt: „Innere Sicherheit im Landkreis Stade – Rechtsstaat am Boden“ stand neben dem Foto eines schwarz gekleideten Demonstranten , der einen Polizisten niederschlägt. Auf seinem Rücken prangte das Antifa-Logo. Doch wie die „tageszeitung“ aufdeckte, stammte das Foto in Wahrheit aus Athen – das Logo war hinein montiert worden und der Fotograf des Originals wusste gar nichts von der unbefugten Weiterverwendung.

via lsandeszeitung: AfD verbreitet manipuliertes Foto von Klimademo

#Psychoterror gegen Fuldaer #AfD-Gegner – #Prozess gegen Ex-Funktionär der Jungen Alternative beginnt – #schauhin #terror #nazipack

Weil er einen linken Aktivisten aus Fulda wegen angeblichen Mordes an seiner Frau angeschwärzt haben soll, steht ein früheres Vorstandsmitglied der AfD-Nachwuchsorganisation vor Gericht. Ein geladener Zeuge wurde offenbar bedroht. Mehrere Polizeibeamte standen am 11. Februar 2017 mit gezogener Waffe vor dem Haus von Linksaktivist Andreas Goerke in Fulda. Zuvor hatte sich bei der Polizei per Notruf aus einer Telefonzelle ein Mann gemeldet, der sich als Andreas Goerke ausgab und sagte, er habe soeben seine Frau erschossen. Der Anrufer hatte den brutalen Mord detailreich geschildert und den Großeinsatz ausgelöst. Der Staatsschutz vernahm Andreas Goerke, stadtweit bekannter Aktivist des linken Bündnisses “Fulda stellt sich quer” und Eisenbahngewerkschafter, stundenlang, bis feststand: Der angebliche Mord war nur erfunden.
Die Staatsanwaltschaft Fulda geht davon aus, dass der Anrufer erreichen wollte, dass die Polizei Goerke unter Mordverdacht stellt. Und sie ist überzeugt davon, dass ein ehemaliges Vorstandsmitglied der rechtsorientierten Jungen Alternative (JA) Hessen, der Nachwuchsorganisation der AfD, dieser Anrufer war. Der 36-Jährige aus Künzell (Kreis Fulda) muss sich daher ab Donnerstag wegen Missbrauchs von Notrufen und falscher Verdächtigung vor dem Amtsgericht Fulda verantworten.

via hessenschau: Psychoterror gegen Fuldaer AfD-Gegner Prozess gegen Ex-Funktionär der Jungen Alternative beginnt

“Linksextremes Netzwerk”: Grüne nennen Vorwürfe der AfD gegen Schule absurd

Die Hamburger Grünen haben die Debatte um einen angeblich von Lehrern geduldeten Einfluss einer linken Antifa-Gruppe an einer Stadtteilschule in Hoheluft-Ost als absurd bezeichnet. Dass antifaschistische Äußerungen «in eine linksextreme Ecke gedrängt werden, halten wir für sehr bedenklich und auch nicht mit unserer Verfassung vereinbar», heißt es in einer gemeinsamen Erklärung der Landesvorsitzenden Anna Gallina und der Sprecherin der Grünen Jugend, Emilia Fester, vom Mittwoch. Lehrer seien durch das Schulgesetz und die Verfassung darauf festgelegt, für Menschenrechte und Demokratie einzustehen und gegen Fremdenfeindlichkeit, Rassismus und diskriminierende Positionen aufzutreten. Hintergrund ist eine Kleine Anfrage der AfD an den Senat, in dem sie von «zahlreichen Verstößen gegen das Neutralitätsgebot» an der Ida Ehre Schule berichtet hatte, die der Fraktion über ihr umstrittenes Schul-Portal gemeldet worden seien. Zur Dokumentation waren Fotos von Aufklebern der Gruppe «Antifa Altona Ost» beigefügt, die in der Schule aufgenommen worden seien. Die AfD hatte von der Aufdeckung eines linksextremen Netzwerks gesprochen. (…) «Aus Aufklebern an der Schule abzuleiten, hier dürfe ungestört extremistisches Gedankengut verbreitet werden, ist absurd und völlig überzogen», schrieben dagegen die Grünen-Politikerinnen. Vielmehr laufe man durch die Empörungswelle Gefahr, «uns von irgendeiner rechten Partei den Diskurs diktieren zu lassen und ihr Denunziationsportal gesellschaftsfähig zu machen.»

via news4teachers: “Linksextremes Netzwerk”: Grüne nennen Vorwürfe der AfD gegen Schule absurd

‘Crying Nazi’ #ChristopherCantwell Reportedly Banned From #Gab After Post Advocated Shooting Leftists – #terror

Social media site Gab reportedly banned “Crying Nazi” Christopher Cantwell on Monday, after he made a post about killing leftists. The apparent ban of Cantwell, a well-known white supremacist, is a rare move for the platform, which has repeatedly expressed its commitment to allowing unregulated speech and allowing users to offer violent, extreme opinions. “I was posing an ‘either or’ scenario which in my mind is ridiculous enough do be seen for what it was. ‘Should one be a terrorist or a serial killer?’ comes off to me as an obvious hypothetical musing,” Cantwell wrote in an email to Newsweek. “The idea that I would be egging on terrorism or assassinations is beyond ridiculous to anyone familiar with my thinking as of late, but I often forget (or ignore) the fact that not everybody is familiar with my thinking.” Cantwell wrote on Monday “I think I’ve been banned from Gab.” Gab did not directly refer to Cantwell in a statement issued on Monday but cited legal restrictions on speech that will incite violence.
“After careful consideration, the company has taken the decision to ban a controversial user from the site indefinitely for making two inflammatory political posts that appeared, in our judgment, to not be protected by the First Amendment,” the company wrote. “Unlike Twitter or Facebook, if we have called this one wrong from a First Amendment perspective, we will reverse this decision and reinstate the user. Before doing so we would require the user to obtain a declaratory judgment from a court of competent jurisdiction that the speech in question was not unlawful incitement and is protected by the First Amendment.” A recent post by Cantwell mentioned the New Zealand mosque shootings, which left 50 people dead.

via newsweek: ‘Crying Nazi’ Christopher Cantwell Reportedly Banned From Gab After Post Advocated Shooting Leftists

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Australian man cries in court after defending Christchurch terrorist

After standing in support of an accused mass killer, Australian man Chad Vinzelberg tried to run from his callous remarks. But there was no escape in court where, facing weapons charges, he cried in the dock. Police were alerted to Vinzelberg’s illegal arsenal by a series of disturbing posts online. The Adelaide man wrote on Facebook on Friday praising the actions of the gunman in Christchurch, and even calling for more attacks. Police raided his home on Monday, uncovering weapons including a crossbow, a loaded replica pistol, flick knives and a baton hidden under his bed. Now he’s been banned from the internet while on bail.

via newshub: Australian man cries in court after defending Christchurch terrorist

siehe auch: Christchurch terror attack: Weapons cache found at Australian home of alleged attack supporter. Multiple weapons have been found at the home of an Australian man who allegedly expressed his support for the Christchurch terror attacks. Police searched the Adelaide house of Chad Vinzelberg, 37, on Monday after they were made aware of the man’s comments on social media. They allegedly discovered a replica pistol, which was loaded with a single bullet, two flick knives, an extendable baton under Vinzelberg’s bed, and a medieval mace and a crossbow in his shed. Vinzelberg was charged with four counts of possessing prohibited weapons and one count of possessing prescribed equipment. He was not charged in relation to the alleged online comment.

Canadian neo-Nazis under investigation for posts about Christchurch #terror attack

Two prominent Canadian white nationalists are under investigation after making contentious posts in the wake of the Christchurch terror attack last week. Fifty people were killed and dozens more injured in shootings at two mosques in the city. And now Paul Fromm, the leader of the Canadian Association for Free Expression, and Kevin Goudreau, an admitted neo-Nazi, are under investigation in Canada for their actions after the attack. Ontario Police are looking into Fromm’s decision to share the alleged gunman’s full manifesto to his organisation’s website. While he didn’t explicitly support the act of terrorism, he did suggest the alleged perpetrator’s reasoning for carrying out the attack were “cogent”. He also wrote that “when debate and dissent are silenced by ‘hate laws’ you make violence almost inevitable”. Ontario Police are currently looking into the post on his website “to determine if a criminal offence has occurred”, they told Global News. Meanwhile, Goudreau is accused of urging his Facebook friends to launch attacks against a series of targets – including the likes of VICE, Antifa, the Canadian Anti Hate Network and Anti-Racism Canada.

via newshub: Canadian neo-Nazis under investigation for posts about Christchurch terror attack

siehe auch: Two Canadian Neo-Nazis Are Under Investigation For Post-Christchurch Acts. One neo-Nazi is under investigation for posting the Christchurch manifesto, the other for allegedly listing out good “targets” in Canada for lone wolf attackers. Two prominent Canadian neo-Nazis are under police investigation for their actions following the white nationalist terror attack in New Zealand late last week. One man is under investigation for allegedly posting and endorsing the manifesto of the Christchurch gunman who’s been charged with murder for the shootings that killed 50 Muslims and injured 50 more late last week. The other man is under investigation for allegedly attempting to inspire similar violent actions against Canadians. Both have been involved with the Canadian neo-Nazi movement for decades. No charges have been laid in either incident.

New Zealand neo-Nazi jailed on charge of sharing mosque terrorist attack video

Philip Arps owns a business with vans emblazoned with nazi references. The owner of a Nazi-themed insulation company was jailed by a judge in New Zealand when he appeared in court charged with sharing a video of the twin mosque terrorist attack in Christchurch. Philip Arps, 44, appeared in a Christchurch court on Wednesday on two charges of distributing the killer’s livestream video of last week’s attack on Al Noor mosque, a violation of the country’s objectionable publications law. Each charge carries a maximum sentence of 14 years in prison. Arps, heavily tattooed and dressed in a T-shirt and sweatpants, has not entered a plea. He remained expressionless during the hearing, his hands clasped behind his back. The judge denied him bail. Court documents accuse Arps of distributing the video on Saturday, one day after the massacre.

via thenational.ae: New Zealand neo-Nazi jailed on charge of sharing mosque terrorist attack video

Report: Black woman raped by alleged white supremacist during FL crime spree

The woman who was kidnapped from a local convenience store and then raped, allegedly by a white supremacist, is black, according to the arrest report. Joshua Edwards is a member of the Aryan Brotherhood gang, the sheriff’s office at a news conference on Tuesday. News 5 has reached out to investigators and prosecutors to see if they believe the attack may have been racially motivated. The Aryan Brotherhood is a “violent white supremacist gang” that was first organized in the California prison system in the 1960s, according to the FBI . The arrest report says Edwards abducted the woman Monday night while she was pumping gas at the Circle K at Jackson Street and New Warrington Road. The report says Edwards pulled out a 9mm pistol and “told her to stay in the car and stay quiet.” The victim told deputies that Edwards held a gun to her and made her drive. At times during the alleged abduction, the report says Edwards changed places with the victim and drove her into Lillian, Alabama and then back into Escambia County. The report says Edwards was doing ecstasy during the drive. The report says he is a gun to the victim’s head and forced to take napcotics.
The Victory says Edwards took her to Bill Dixon Park Tuesday morning and raped her at gunpoint. At one point while at the park, the victim says Edwards tries to drive the car through a wooded area, but the car is stopped working. The report says Edwards then made the victim walk with him as they looked for another vehicle. The two walked to Fenceline Road, where the report says Edwards approached a second woman outside her home. The report says Edwards pulled the gun and ordered the woman to hand over her keys. He then drove off leaving the two women together.

via wrkg: Report: Black woman raped by alleged white supremacist during FL crime spree

Auf #Hitlergruß folgt ein #Faustschlag ins Gesicht – #AntifaIstHandarbeit

Am Donnerstag hat ein Unbekannter einem Fahrgast in der Stadtbahn auf der Arthur-Ladebeck-Straße mehrfach mit der Faust ins Gesicht geschlagen, nachdem dieser den Hitlergruß gezeigt hatte. Gegen 18:30 Uhr machte ein 35-jähriger Bielefelder in der Stadtbahn Linie 1 in Fahrtrichtung Senne auf sich aufmerksam, indem er den »Hitlergruß« zeigte. Ein weiterer Fahrgast versuchte argumentativ auf den alkoholisierten Mann einzureden, als ein dritter Mann sich näherte und dem 35-Jährigen unvermittelt mit der Faust ins Gesicht schlug. Der Täter flüchtete daraufhin aus der Stadtbahn an der Haltestelle Brackwede in Richtung Gütersloher Straße.

via westfalen-blatt: Auf Hitlergruß folgt ein Faustschlag ins Gesicht

‘White Helmet’ Attacker in Deandre Harris Beating Identified as Alek Rhyne Hyer of Gainesville, Florida

The identity of a man wearing a white helmet seen in video of the beating of Deandre Harris after the racist “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, has been a mystery for nearly 18 months. Hatewatch and online volunteers used photos from the August 2017 event as well as Discord chat logs leaked by Unicorn Riot to identify the man in the Pro-Tec helmet as 36-year-old Alek Rhyne Hyer of Gainesville, Florida. Hyer is seen on video as members of the neo-Confederate group League of the South and other white nationalists attack and beat Harris in a Charlottesville parking garage as the racist rally dispersed amid fits of violence. He is also seen in a photo being treated for a head wound after “Unite the Right” in which his face is clearly visible. Footage shows Harris being knocked to the ground as a man previously known only as “White Helmet” emerges from the back of the melee and swings his flagpole down on Harris’s skull. “White Helmet” then turns to run, tripping on a slab of raised concrete. Harris, disoriented, tries to run away and is thrown to the ground and savagely beaten by a group of white nationalists. Harris suffered a spinal injury, a broken arm and head lacerations in the attack. Two men seen in photos and video of the beating remain unidentified. Three people were sentenced to prison for their attack on Harris. Jacob Scott Goodwin, a 24-year-old neo-Nazi sympathizer from Ward, Arkansas, received an eight-year prison sentence. Alex Michael Ramos, a 34-year-old onetime member of a militia group called the Georgia III% Security Force, received a six-year prison sentence. Daniel Patrick Borden, 20, was sentenced to nearly four years in prison. All were convicted of malicious wounding. A fourth man, League of the South member Tyler Watkins Davis from Middleburg, Florida, is scheduled for sentencing Aug. 27 Hyer marched with the League of the South during “Unite the Right” and is seen in several images behind the group’s leaders, Michael Hill and Michael Tubbs. “White Helmet” was later photographed at the scene of the beating having bandages applied to a head wound by Michael Tubbs, LOS chief of staff.

via splcenter: ‘White Helmet’ Attacker in Deandre Harris Beating Identified as Alek Rhyne Hyer of Gainesville, Florida