In a so-called “call to take action”, neo-Nazi hate group The Daily Stormer has posted the personal details of Jewish persons in Whitefish, Montana, along with a request to “troll storm” them.
The Missoulian reports their neo-Nazi hate group leader Spencer is out for revenge on behalf of his mother, who has seen her business decline, because residents are opposed to her son Richard Spencer, the director and president of the National Policy Institute, a fancy name for a Southern Poverty Law Center designated hate group “dedicated to the heritage, identity, and future of people of European descent in the United States, and around the world.”
The “piece” is written by neo-Nazi hate group member Andrew Anglin under a tab called “Jewish Problem”, where the site asks for donations while simultaneously using a vulgar term to describe Jews, and also referring to them as the “vicious, evil race”. “So then, let’s hit em up. Are y’all ready for an old fashioned Troll Storm?” There is a disclaimer that they oppose violence, after the list of everyone’s email addresses, phone numbers, and twitter handles. The Daily Stormer also posted pictures of several of the residents, including a child, with a yellow Star of David and the word “Jude” (meaning “Jew” in German) on each photo.
It quotes a story from the British newspaper Daily Mail, a tabloid, that said Sherry Spencer “said she is being forced to sell a building she owns in the small town because residents are rebelling against her son.” Awwww.
Some of the people named are members of the group Love Lives Here, an organization that fights all types of discrimination. Neo-Nazi hate group outlet The Daily Stormer refers to it as a “Jew Terrorist Group.”
“Love Lives Here has never promoted the idea of a protest of a boycott of a building,” Will Randall, the organization’s chairman, said Friday. One of the people targeted by the Daily Stormer post “is a beloved member of our community who entered into this conversation trying to help.”
Earlier this month, Whitefish Mayor John Muhlfeld signed a proclamation that declared, among other things, “The City of Whitefish repudiates the ideas and ideology of the white nationalist and so-called alt-right as a direct affront to our community’s core values and principles.”
Randall said that although his research on neo-Nazi racist hate groups has somewhat accustomed him to these images and attitudes, this is more difficult.
“But when your own personal friends are affected, it’s gut-wrenching,” he said. “These are some of the best people around, and to see them attacked because they’re Jewish or have a Jewish-sounding name is disgusting.”
Spencer said Friday he’s considering running in a special election for the seat that would be vacated if U.S. Rep. Ryan Zinke of Montana is confirmed as President-elect Trump’s choice for Department of Interior.
If he does, there will be a national movement to keep his racist, deplorable ass out of our government. The swamp is already overflowing.