German neo-Nazis call for participation in march in Czech town

Romano Vodi – German neo-Nazis call for participation in march in Czech town – News
German neo-Nazis are calling on the German ultra-right discussion forum thiazi.net for participation in a march through Plzen planned for January 19, Plzen police spokeswoman Jana Vaclavova has said, adding the police are monitoring several such calls on the internet. The German neo-Nazis invite German “free, social and national” friends and say that they expect police manoeuvres to be held in Plzen. The Czech police say it is not clear how many German neo-Nazis will arrive, but they estimate their numbers to minimally count by hundreds. They have already asked colleagues from Bavaria and Saxony for help. “The Plzen Resistance organises a demo against curtailing freedom of expression and opinions in Plzen on Saturday, January 19. The date has already caused panic in the Jewish-controlled media because the first transport from the Jewish ghetto in Terezin (north Bohemia) left on January 18, 1942,” the neo-Nazis write on their web site.

Anti-Muslim Sentiment in Europe

PoliGazette » Anti-Muslim Sentiment in Europe
Anti-Muslim groups in Europe, and especially in the Netherlands, are becoming increasingly extreme. They’re not conservative: they’re fascist. There has been a lot of debate in Europe – despite what some American commentators would have people believe – about immigration and the integration of Muslims during the last couple of years. Ever since the debate started, countries like the Netherlands have become tougher on immigration and integration, but some are still not satisfied.

I am not a neo-Nazi: Strom pleads to kid porn

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Protesting descriptions of himself in the media as a neo-Nazi and white supremacist, Kevin Alfred Strom, 51, pleaded guilty today to one count of possession of child pornography in U.S. District Court in Charlottesville. As part of his plea, four counts of receiving child porn were dismissed . Strom could receive a maximum of 10 years in prison and up to a $250,000 fine when he’s sentenced April 21. He was indicted January 3, 2007 and has been in jail for over a year. (…) Kevin Strom founded the National Vanguard, a white nationalist organization dedicated to protecting the rights and racial purity of Caucasians, after his split with the West Virginia-based National Alliance. Before his ouster from the National Alliance, Strom was seen as the group’s intellectual leader and the protege of its founder, William Pierce, whose book, The Turner Diaries, blamed Jews, foreigners, and blacks for America’s ills and inspired homegrown terrorist Timothy McVeigh.

siehe auch: Enticing Charge Dismissed Against Neo-Nazi. Federal judge this October dismissed charges of sexual enticement of a 10-year-old girl and witness intimidation against neo-Nazi leader Kevin Alfred Strom, but only after two days of lurid and extremely compromising testimony; Judge dismisses sexual coercion charge against white supremacist leader. Federal judge dismissed two charges against white supremacist leader Kevin Alfred Strom this afternoon. Authorities had accused the 50-year-old Greene County resident of trying to sexually entice a 10-year-old girl and attempting to intimidate a witness; I am not a neo-Nazi: Kevin Strom pleads to child pornography. Protesting descriptions of himself in the media as a neo-Nazi and white supremacist, Kevin Alfred Strom, 51, pleaded guilty today to one count of possession of child pornography in U.S. District Court in Charlottesville. As part of his plea, four counts of receiving child porn were dismissed .

Gays, Lesbians, Bi, Transgender People Are Discriminated Against in Hungary

Gays, Lesbians, Bi, Transgender People Are Discriminated Against in Hungary – Report
Hungarian LGBT people who openly declare their sexual orientation face discrimination, a report by Patent Association concludes.. Relying on case studies from the time period 2000-2007 and the analysis of the legal context to describe forms of injustice against LGBT people in Hungary, the study lists typical forms of discrimination, such as the case of a gay couple who were asked to leave a concert, because they were kissing, or the story of a secondary school student, who was assaulted by one of his teachers because he is transsexual.

Rock Against Racism: 30 Years Later

Strange Glue Music » Rock Against Racism: 30 Years Later
Three decades after the staging of the initial protest march which saw The Clash playing to upwards of 100,000 protesters in London, it’s organisers are doing it again. The Love Music Hate Racism campaign has marked down April 27th in Victoria Park as the when and the where. Spokesman Lee Billingham said LMHC want to “commemorate the original Rock Against Racism/Anti-Nazi League carnival of thirty years ago which is seen as an iconic occasion that symbolised a great movement against racism and fascism.”

siehe auch: Love Music Hate Racism Announce Rock Against Racism Concert. Love Music Hate Racism (LMHR) will stage a huge concert in London this April to mark the thirtieth anniversary of Rock Against Racism. Held in 1978, Rock Against Racism saw 100,000 protestors march through the streets of London on a day which culminated with a performance from The Clash. Organised in association with the Anti-Nazi League (ANL), the event tackled racist issues which were still prominent in the United Kingdom.

Pnos macht für Demo mobil – Bewilligung steht noch aus

www.20minuten.ch: News von jetzt! – Pnos macht für Demo mobil – Bewilligung steht noch aus
Im Internet ruft die rechtsextreme Partei Pnos zu einer noch unbewilligten Demo in Schwyz auf. Der Gemeindepräsident ist besorgt. «Volksgemeinschaft statt Multikultur – Stoppt die Masseneinbürgerung!»: Unter diesem Motto ruft die Partei national orientierter Schweizer (Pnos) für den 8. März zu einer Demonstration in Schwyz auf. Ein entsprechender Antrag wurde bei der Gemeinde eingereicht – bewilligt ist dieser jedoch noch nicht.

Unfreiwillig Hassmails sammeln

taz.de – Digitaz-Artikel – Unfreiwillig Hassmails sammeln
Eigentlich könnte sich der Grünen-Abgeordnete Özcan Mutlu freuen. Sein Auftritt bei der ARD-Talkshow “Hart aber fair” hat ihm im Gästebuch auf seiner Webseite so viele Einträge beschert wie noch nie zuvor. Doch ein genauer Blick auf die weit mehr als 150 Kommentare lassen einen erschauern. Es wimmelt nur so von menschenverachtenden und rassistischen Äußerungen. (…) Mutlu glaubt nicht, dass bei den Hassmails Neonazis am Werk waren. Die würden eigene Foren nutzen. Es gibt allerdings noch ein weiteres Indiz dafür, dass es hier eher durchschnittliche Bundesbürger geschrieben haben. Denn obwohl einige von ihnen nun wegen Volksverhetzung belangt werden könnten, haben sie ihre Adressen hinterlassen.

Neonazis im Internet-Archiv

Neonazis im Internet-Archiv – futurezone.ORF.at
Auf dem gemeinnützigen Webportal Archive.org dominieren in der Sektion “deutschsprachige Printtexte” die Faksimiles der “Werke” von Joseph Goebbels, Holocaust-Leugnern wie David Irving und anderer Nazi-Literatur. Archive.org verwaltet inzwischen zwei Petabyte Daten. (…) Ein Gutteil aller 5.100 faksimilierten deutschsprachigen Texte bei Archive.org sind eindeutig als nationalsozialistische Propaganda zu klassifizieren. Ein Teil davon stammt aus der Zeit nach 1945, Holocaust-Leugner wie der in Österreich verurteilte britische Pseudohistoriker David Irving sind ebenso dabei wie Schriften des Neonazis Gerd Honsik.