Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Time to go bare knuckles: The National Socialist Movement vs. Kansas City's city council

I am taking a short and temporary break from our ongoing anti-smuggling border operations, in order I attend the National Socialist Movement's semi-annual gathering. This time, our meeting and rally will be in Kansas City Missouri. Upon my return, it will be "business as usual" in the border areas and drug smuggling corridors of southern Arizona. Local Intel

Join us at 3pm on November 9th in Kansas City for a public rally. All known White Patriots are welcome to attend, make arrangements with NSM Region 6 if you plan to attend. Anyone making contact with us last minute will not be given any information, and will miss the event, so make arrangements as soon as possible. Details

I found it most interesting that the city council cites NSM as a "violent" organization, when in actual fact, ALL the violence and arrests have been from the “anti-racist” crowd. If Kansas City wants to avoid violence, they ought to arrest all the anarchists and gang-bangers they can find, since 99% of the trouble begins with those anti-social, law-breaking, drug-abusing, mentally-ill individuals, and NOT law-abiding NSM members, exercising their First Amendment rights.

On Halloween, the Kansas City, Missouri City Council attempted to give the National Socialist Movement a legal 'trick' instead of a holiday treat.

Legislation #: 130873 (http://cityclerk.kcmo.org/) by the Kansas City, Missouri City Council expresses its "unanimous opposition to the...beliefs of the...National Socialist Movement (NSM) and [is] urging Kansas City residents to morally confront those beliefs through their words and actions...."

The City Council's resolution attempts to defame the NSM by calling it, "a violent white supremacist organization," by citing the coincidence of the November 9 rally with that of "the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht (the night of broken glass)." However, Section 2 of the resolution may be more problematic. "…the City Council urges all residents to express their moral outrage and morally confront the NSM’s hateful rhetoric through their words and actions on November 9 and every day of the year, but not to physically confront the neo-Nazis which only plays into their hands by generating more publicity for their vile and violent group."

According to Jeff Schoep, NSM Commander, "I'm cannot provide a legal interpretation to the council's resolution, but, it seems to me that some could easily misinterpret the stated intent. This would not only jeopardize the First Amendment guarantee for freedom of expression in America, but could generate unanticipated hostilities towards our demonstrators." 

Buddy Rumble, the area Regional Director and coordinator for the event has additional concerns. "It puts the Kansas City, Missouri City Council in the position of being part of a potential liability loop if anything happens," said Rumble. Brian Culpepper, Leader of Stormtroops, wonders if "Perhaps this is why the U.S. Department of Justice has already sent in a federal mediator in an attempt to lessen the effect of any unintentional hostilities created by the council's resolution." 

According to Commander Schoep, the event WILL take place at 3pm on November 9th for a public rally at the Jackson County Courthouse (415 E 12th St, Kansas City, Missouri), regardless of what misunderstood administrative confusion may be in-progress between the NSM and Kansas City, MO!

KC Council expresses opposition to group planning neo-Nazi rally

Sharp said the group specifically chose Nov. 9 for its rally in front of the Jackson County Courthouse because that is the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht, in which thousands of Jews were hauled off to concentration camps and anti-Jewish riots and murders occurred throughout Nazi Germany and parts of Austria. Full Article 

Well, John Sharp was dead wrong. Not too "sharp", is he? The timing for the rally had absolutely nothing to do with Kristallnacht. Without doing a single piece of research regarding the reason we schedule our activities, Sharp decided to spew inaccuracies, if not outright lies. 

The Beer Hall Putsch of 1923

The Beer Hall Putsch of November 1923, or the Munich Putsch, was Hitler’s attempt to overthrow the Weimar government of Ebert and establish a right wing nationalistic one in its place.

On November 9th, Hitler started his march with his followers. By the morning he knew that the army and police had been alerted that the Nazis would try to take over vital buildings in Munich. However, rather than call off the venture and lose any form of credibility, Hitler placed in faith in two things... More

The city council's statement almost reads, as if they are trying to rile up the citizens of Kansas City, encouraging them to show up “en masse” and raise Hell. This type of "pot-stirring" could potentially make them legally liable, should things get out of hand resulting in injuries or property damage. This is a realistic possibility, because we all know how peaceful and rational the protesters can be. In reality, it's not the NSM who tries to get the public as angry and riled up as possible before the rallies. It is ALWAYS the local media, who shakes the hornet's nest for days, before the NSM arrives. They can blame themselves, should anything bad happen.

"This whole Jewish world, a kind of blood sucking people, going beyond not only the frontiers of states, but of political opinion, this world is now at the disposal of Marx on the one hand, and of Rothschild on the other; The point is that Marxist communism demands a strong centralisation of the state. And where there is centralisation of the state, there must necessarily be a central bank, and where such a bank exists, the parasitic Jewish nation, will be found." - Mikhail Bakunin, Russian anarchist