Saturday, February 5, 2011

Jewish Hate Group vs. NSM in the News...BE THERE!!!

American National Socialist Comrades,

The violent jewish hate group (that are actually banned in israel because many consider them to be terrorists), the jewish defense org are making plans to attempt to stop the NSM National meeting and March in New Jersey, with what they are calling operation nazi kicker.
I have a few things to say about this!
1. This should motivate and strengthen the resolve of our members and supporters to be at this event. We often hear talk from all over in the Movement about wanting to stand up in the streets and face the enemy, and this is a great opportunity for any of you frontline fighters reading this message. Consider this message our invitation to all like minded groups and individuals who would like to take to the streets with us at the Statehouse in New Jersey. To all NSM affiliates reading this, consider this a call to the frontlines!
2. The first jdo member, or anti-racist action degenerate who attempts any kicking or violence at this event will be met with swift, punishing self defense which is our legal right. The jdo will learn the exact same lesson the mexican brown berets learned if they wish to attempt violence. See pictures of the NSM in action during the brown beret beatdown here:

3. The meeting and march will NOT be shut down no matter what! The NSM does not run from confrontation, and can not be bullied off of the streets. We marched directly into the riot in Phoenix just a few months ago: see footage here:

See you on the frontlines! Commander Jeff Schoep/ NSM

Militant Jewish group targets neo-Nazi gathering
Friday, February 04, 2011
Meir Rinde
TRENTON -- An extremist Jewish organization is pledging to track down the location of a neo-Nazi conference planned for the Trenton area in April and pressure hotels to cancel any bookings by the group.
After The Times reported yesterday that the National Socialist Movement is planning a two-day conference in mid-April with a rally outside the Statehouse, the New York-based Jewish Defense Organization said it would use the same tactics that anti-racist groups have recently employed in North Carolina and elsewhere to hound white supremacists out of the region.
"We're calling on angry Jews all over New Jersey to call every hotel up and down New Jersey and demand the hotel cancel on them," said Jeff Goldman, a member of the JDO's New Jersey chapter. "If any hotel rents to them there will be angry demonstrations, and a boycott of whichever hotel dares to rent to them."
A white-nationalist group, American Renaissance, had a forum in Charlotte, N.C., canceled by its hotel in recent days, according to published reports. The group accused a local city council member of pressuring the hotel.
"We want to turn New Jersey into Charlotte, where they get banned, they can't rent a garbage can," Goldman said. "We're calling it Operation Nazi Kicker."
Jason Hiecke, the National Socialist Movement representative in New Jersey who is organizing the Trenton event, responded by noting that the JDO and affiliated Jewish organizations have themselves been called hate groups.
"They want to intimidate hotels here in New Jersey that could really use the rentals of their rooms in this struggling economy," he said in an e-mail. "A hotel that would have a two-day conference could turn around and make a good pay for themselves and their workers."
Hiecke said he does not want to say where the conference will take place because of the problems that would be caused by identifying the location.
"We are patriotic Americans, and as you can see we are never the ones to be arrested or start the trouble at any of our rallies," he said.
Organizations such as the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League describe the Detroit-based National Socialist Movement, or NSM, as the nation's largest neo-Nazi group. They say it promotes an anti-Semitic and racist ideology through rallies, a website and other online activities.
Hiecke objected to the description of the group as neo-Nazi, saying his organization is different from the German World War II Nazi party and does not deny the Holocaust. However, he expressed doubt about the number of Jews who were murdered in the Holocaust and described himself as a white separatist.
The group wears military-style clothing bearing swastikas, the German Nazi symbol, during its events.
"They are to be taken very seriously," Goldman said. "They hate blacks, they hate Jews."
In Germany, he said, "they ignored (the Nazis) at a price, called Auschwitz," he said, referring to the notorious World War II death camp in Poland. "With God's help, we don't intend to let that happen again."
The NSM conference is scheduled for April 15-16, with an outdoor rally of 75 to 150 people scheduled for the second day.

Jewish group vows to stop neo-Nazi rally
February 4, 2011

NEW YORK (JTA) -- A Jewish group is vowing to stop a neo-Nazi rally planned for April in New Jersey.
The Jewish Defense Organization has promised to shut-down a two-day conference, including a rally at the State House in Trenton, organized by the National Socialist Movement, The Times of Trenton reported.
"We're calling on angry Jews all over New Jersey to call every hotel up and down New Jersey and demand the hotel cancel on them," said Jeff Goldman, of the JDO's New Jersey chapter.
A splinter faction of the better-known Jewish Defense League, the JDO is, according to the Anti-Defamation League, an affiliate of the Kahanist movement that is banned in Israel.

Commander Jeff Schoep
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