The new White supremacist consensus, Part 2: shootings in Buffalo solidify the consensus
The latest mass shooter in Buffalo, New York was clearly a racist, and identified with Ukrainian and other neo-Nazis. But white supremacy has a stronger hold on European and U.S. society than is commonly acknowledged. The avowed racist is not the only problem.
A new consensus on Whiteness?
The Biden administration and corporate media cover up the existence of white supremacists and neo-Nazis in Ukraine. They are disappeared from the official narrative in order to get public buy-in for U.S. policy.
Reporting demonstrates multiple links between white supremacists and police
Sworn police officers take an oath to protect and serve. Recent independent news reports have drawn attention to the growing number of white supremacists and white nationalists infiltrating local law enforcement agencies, calling into question police officers’ commitment and ability to uphold this oath when encountering people and communities of color.
Lessons from the attack on the U.S. Capitol
What happened Jan. 6 at the U.S. Capitol was a violent takeover of Congress by a fascist mob, not a “protest by Trump supporters.” And, although five people died and there were more than 50 arrests, it’s obvious to the wide public that these overwhelmingly white lawbreakers were handled much differently than they would have been had they been Black or other people of color.
U.S. over 10 officials resign from President Trump’s cabinet
The resignations come after a mob of President Donald Trump’s supporters took over the Congress to reject Joe Biden’s certification as President-elect.
Wisconsin man who says he marched with Rittenhouse in Kenosha was immersed in White Supremacist propaganda
Ryan Balch, a 31-year-old Wisconsin man who joined Kyle Rittenhouse and a contingent of militia conducting armed patrols in Kenosha, used his social media accounts to link to a Nazi propaganda video.
How do you spell desecration of African burials?: “Ni**er!”
Much of the nation may be repudiating white supremacy, but not Montgomery County, Maryland, which is paving over sacred Black ground in an attempt to bury its own racist history.