It's bee a busy week for the men and women of the National Socialist Movement. Members, across the country, have engaged in a variety of political and community involvement activities. We have lots more going on, behind the scenes, too.
NSM border operations volunteered some time to help look for missing persons. During the search, canine Bailey did a great job, despite the extreme heat. In the past, Bailey has helped find distressed illegal aliens, drug smugglers and human remains. She liked cooling off on the Raceway Bar & Grill's cool cement floor. She even got ice in her Coors bucket. I strongly suspect that missing couple's not in the area and some “shenanigans” have taken place.
Phoenix radio station, KTAR actually referred to me as a "volunteer searcher" and not a "Nazi." That doesn't happen very often. Meanwhile, the Phoenix New Times remains silent. Apparently, my brief interview was aired, during the morning drive time. Soon, I started receiving messages from friends and followers thanking me for helping out. Well, this is MY neighborhood.
Search intensifies for couple missing south of Phoenix
Tina and Michael Careccia left their home in Maricopa for work around 5 a.m. Monday and haven't been seen or heard from since, a Pinal County Sheriff's Office spokesman said. Volunteer searcher Harry Hughes has been among those combing a 100-square-mile area of open desert, farm fields and pecan orchards about 10 miles south of Maricopa. "What's strange is that you vanish about a mile from home. We're at two days now and it seems peculiar about what happened," Hughes said. KTAR
After Channel 12 interviewed me, regarding the Confederate flag (earlier in the week), canine Bailey and I ran into Channel 12, again. Dozens of people met at Raceway Bar and Grill by the couple's home to take off on their own search and rescue mission, including Micheal’s son Luke. Luke said the detectives noticed the car was caked with dirt when they arrived, leading them to believe the car was driven on dirt roads or through the desert. KPNX-12
This is not the first time people have mysteriously disappeared in the Thunderbird Farms area. Most turn up dead. This man is still missing: The wife of a Thunderbird Farms resident missing for five months has raised reward money for information that could lead to her husband’s whereabouts to $25,000. Thomas Smith, who goes by his middle name Keith, left his residence on the 11000 block of North Glyde Drive after having a verbal argument with his wife. More
I'm no "Magnum," but I suspected foul play, from day one. Meanwhile, the search has evolved into a media ratings driven sideshow. I have stepped away. The wholesome "Brady Bunch" facade is beginning to crumble. With wage garnishments and lots of people allegedly coming and going from the Careccia home, one doesn't have to be “Colombo” to figure it out. This is life in “Cartel Country.” Meanwhile, a “P.I.” is discovering the obvious. KPNX-12
Insight - White nationalists condemn church killings, identify with shooter
“I expect that you're going to see an uptick in those types of attacks,” said Brian Culpepper, a Tennessee chapter leader of the National Socialist Movement, the largest Neo-Nazi organization in the United States, referring to the shooting in Charleston. “Open borders is a huge problem,” he said in an interview, causing white people to be displaced by “Third Worlders,” and generating “resentment among the whites and among the nationalists." Reuters
My momma always used to say, "The National Socialist Movement was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get, until you actually complete the membership application, attend the meetings and show up at the national rally."
Hate group circulars disguised as paper deliveries
The circulars were wrapped around old sections of the Savannah Morning News and other area publications and dropped at the end of driveways inside clear plastic bags. And the Savannah Morning News denies involvement. “The circular was not created, printed or distributed by the Savannah Morning News or any of its sister publications,” said Traynor. More
Meanwhile, NSM Commander, Jeff Schoep grabbed some airtime with Collin A. Bullock. Let me get this out of the way up front: Jeff Schoep does not care much for the the term "Nazi". He prefers "white civil rights activist". But he is a commander of the National Socialist Party, the same party as the Nazis. Jeff has a number of opinions that aren't terribly popular, at least, not among most people. Listen
During the interview, the issue of the spree shooting in Charleston was brought up. In this day and age, the controlled media and the leftist bend over backwards to attach “collective guilt” to an entire group of people, rather than assess blame to the actual criminal. “An individual must be responsible for his own actions.” People aren't blaming rap music for violence, are they?
A scathing statement released by Commander Jeff Schoep, head of the largest pro White Civil Rights organization in America, the National Socialist Movement blasted the Governor’s Decision as a “knee jerk reaction,” and “served only to further the current atmosphere of Racial divide in America.” Schoep also warns that such statements will serve only to escalate tensions in an already volatile atmosphere. NSM88
"[Do not] suffer yourselves to be wheeled out of your liberty [to publish] by any pretenses of politeness, delicacy or decency. These, as they are so often used, are but three different names for hypocrisy, chicanery and cowardice." --John Adams