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Celerity

(45,291 posts)
Fri Jan 27, 2023, 01:53 PM Jan 2023

be ultra aware of white power accelerationist false flags if the Memphis murdercop vids cause issues

those motherfuckers are just ITCHING to kick off a race war



https://www.splcenter.org/hatewatch/2020/06/23/there-no-political-solution-accelerationism-white-power-movement

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The Base is part of a growing wing of the white power movement that refers to itself as “accelerationist.” In most scholarly contexts, the term is used to describe a movement separate from the white supremacist variation. Other ideological variants of accelerationism seek to push beyond capitalism by bringing it to its most oppressive and divisive form, prompting a movement to build a just economic system in response. In the case of white supremacists, the accelerationist set sees modern society as irredeemable and believe it should be pushed to collapse so a fascist society built on ethnonationalism can take its place.

What defines white supremacist accelerationists is their belief that violence is the only way to pursue their political goals. To put it most simply, accelerationists embrace terrorism. Accelerationists aren’t part of a new movement. They’re just an iteration more inclined toward terroristic violence than has existed in recent decades.

The Base is one of many self-styled accelerationist groups to crop up in recent years. In many ways, their model was the Atomwaffen Division (AWD), a neo-Nazi group whose members have been accused of multiple murders since 2017. Some individuals have participated in both The Base and Atomwaffen. (Richard Tobin, for example, was a member of both AWD and The Base.) Other groups with similar aesthetics and rhetoric appear to be forming online – in some cases, it is unclear whether they exist simply to produce propaganda or they are forming actual organizational networks. Many post images bearing their group’s logo with such directives as “Burn your local synagogue!” Some encourage followers to attack specific targets.

“We advocate political terror and murder against jews and politicians among other things. We have accepted that the (((system))) cannot be saved, rather it must be destroyed,” one group posted on Telegram in February. The group used an antisemitic “echo” – a triple parentheses symbol employed to mark someone as Jewish, or an organization as being allegedly controlled by Jews. “In order to accelerate the inevitable collapse of the jewish nightmare society we must not follow the rules of the (((system))) but ACT against it.”

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be ultra aware of white power accelerationist false flags if the Memphis murdercop vids cause issues (Original Post) Celerity Jan 2023 OP
Malcolm Nance says much the same thing wnylib Jan 2023 #1
+1 H2O Man Jan 2023 #7
Sure wish there were some arm of law enforcement that could do something Hermit-The-Prog Jan 2023 #2
THIS !!!! ☝🏾☝🏾☝🏾 uponit7771 Jan 2023 #3
white nationalists have infiltrated all levels/elements of the US war/security/surveillance state Celerity Jan 2023 #4
This message was self-deleted by its author Chin music Jan 2023 #11
Or calling out the military on BLM Kennah Jan 2023 #12
I wish Al Sharpton would malaise Jan 2023 #5
what is he saying? I am watching the Goonas v Citeh FA Cup tie Celerity Jan 2023 #8
Recommended. H2O Man Jan 2023 #6
I can't figure out what this has to do with Memphis. Did I miss something? nt LAS14 Jan 2023 #9
false flags by neo nazis, like they did during the Floyd protests Celerity Jan 2023 #10

wnylib

(22,912 posts)
1. Malcolm Nance says much the same thing
Fri Jan 27, 2023, 02:01 PM
Jan 2023

about those specific groups and others that he names in his book, They Want to Kill Americans.

Do not be lulled into thinking that we are safe with Trump out of power and facing indictments and civil suits. He gave fuel and energy to extremist groups so that, with or without him, they are a growing force of violence and destruction of democracy. I recommend Vance's book to be aware of what still exists as a threat to all of us.

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