Trump's Phony "White Nationalist Terrorist" List

On Monday, the Trump administration launched a major escalation of the war on white identity and civil liberties by declaring a so-called “white supremacist group” a terrorist organization for the first time in United States history.

The “white supremacist group” in question is an obscure Moscow-based formation styled the Russian Imperial Movement (RIM). According to state officials, RIM guilty of providing “paramilitary-style training to neo-Nazis and white supremacists” and playing “a prominent role in trying to rally likeminded Europeans and Americans into a common front against their perceived enemies.”

The selection of an obscure Tsarist group, without name recognition even to most white nationalists, struck observers as an obvious ploy to set an easy precedent intended for use against other groups in the near future.

Nathan Sales, counterterrorism coordinator to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, boasted openly about the new precedent being set: “These designations are unprecedented…. This is the first time the United States has ever designated white supremacists terrorists, illustrating how seriously this administration takes the threat. We are taking actions no previous administration has taken to counter this threat.”

Sales credited the move with an Executive Order signed by President Trump in September of last year, “the most significant expansion of federal terrorism sanctions authorities since the aftermath of 9/11,” which allows the State Department to “designate groups and individuals that participate in training to commit acts of terrorism,” as well as “designate the leaders of terrorist groups, without needing to show that they were involved in particular attacks.” 

In other words, the State Department now can label organizations and individuals as “terrorists” even if they have not been linked to an attack – and their primary target is white nationalist groups.

This move follows months of propaganda from Zionist media ginning up hysteria about the “white supremacist terrorist” threat, including staged hearings in Congress last fall reminiscent of Stalinist show trials. Initiated by Israeli-fifth columnist Max Rose and other enemies of white America, no actual representatives of white nationalist groups were heard. However, ample testimony was given by shadowy Jewish special interest groups such as the ADL.

The timing of this designation, in the midst of a historic pandemic shutdown and on the cusp of a major economic downturn in the United States, indicates the Zionists have no intention of letting up on their relentless drive to outlaw free thought and peaceful opposition to their rule. It seems they are determined not to waste the opportunity presented by the COVID-19 public health crisis to implement their unpopular anti-white totalitarian agenda while public attention is distracted.

The fact that this action was carried out by the Trump administration virtually guarantees a softening of the backlash by those Trump voters still paying attention. Reaction of boomers and conservatives on Twitter was as expected:  “Good… now do antifa.” “Antifa?” “Excellent… Now do Antifa.” “What about antifa?” “Label ANTIFA as terrorist organization.”

This reaction shows the average Trump voter will not object to white Americans patriots being labeled terrorists by the government, so long as the government also labels a couple of token far left groups into the bargain.

This is yet more evidence Trump’s re-election would actually be worse for white nationalists in the United States than the election of Democrat Joe Biden. While Biden would undoubtedly appoint aggressively anti-white officials to his cabinet such as former Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, and pursue a more openly anti-white agenda, the same measures coming from Biden would certainly provoke more outrage from mainstream right-wing media.

Just as anti-war Democrats from the Bush years melted away during Obama’s wars and crimes against humanity, so has white popular discontent over immigration and other abuses softened into a passive complacency under Trump. Just as Nixon’s right-wing bona fides gave him the political capital to go to China where a more peacenik Democrat would have failed, Trump’s right-wing bona fides allow his administration to pursue a sinister totalitarian crackdown against pro-white dissident groups without raising the ire of conservative media.

So who’s next on the list of groups to be declared a terrorist organizations? According to Nathan Sales, “we are always on the lookout for other groups that may likewise meet our standards for designation, looking at intelligence information, open source information, information that’s provided to us by our allies.”

In other words, we can expect the Trump administration to act on information provided to them by antifa media outlets such as ProPublica and Unicorn Riot, as well as Israeli Mossad.

The next target of Max Rose and the Zionist-occupied State Department seems to be the Scandinavian-based Nordic Resistance Movement. It seems this organization, which is not an underground terrorist group but in fact a legal, democratic political organization in Sweden and several other Nordic countries, is guilty of no crime other than being openly National Socialist.

The fact that one of the best and most effective popular National Socialist organizations in the world is being deliberately conflated by Congressman Max Rose with armed organizations as the CIA-backed Azov Battalion in Ukraine, indicates the Jew knows the greatest threat comes from the reemergence of National Socialism in Western countries, and perhaps the formation of such an organized and professional group as NRM within the United States.

What the Zionists fear most is not violent attacks, which are for them a welcome pretext to imprison thought criminals and shut down civil liberties, but the popular spread of ideas which democratically threaten their grip on power.

They tacitly admit this, when they concede the primary goal of such terrorist designations is not the arrest of violent, dangerous terrorists but rather the slow strangulation of economic blockade. Mary McCord, former head of the Justice Department’s National Security Division, told the Times: “Far-right extremist causes, in particular white supremacy and white nationalism, have become more international…. It is appropriate for the State Department to have been scrutinizing whether there are organizations that meet the criteria for that designation because with it, the organization becomes poison in terms of doing business with it or providing funds, goods or services to it.”

In other words, the “terrorist” designation is part of the same strategy as lawfare, doxxing, and deplatforming. Law enforcement already has the ability to arrest and prosecute individuals and groups for planning or carrying out terrorist attacks – they need this terrorist designation only in order to disrupt such non-violent activities as fundraising, meeting and organizing.

This fits into the same Anglo-Jewish strategy of economic blockade which has been used for centuries against opponents of their global commercial-financial power, whether it be against such illustrious opponents as Napoleon’s France, the Kaiser’s Germany, the Third Reich – or against such small and humble targets as a family of organic farmers in Indiana who happen to hold the wrong political views. It demonstrates once again how those who rule by the power of money use it to control the world and silence opposition, and also how important it is for dissident communities and organizations to materially support each other in the face of this pressure.

Max Rose is only following in the footsteps of his predecessor, the Jewish New York Congressman Samuel Dickstein, who in the 1930s spearheaded the House Un-American Activities Committee hounding and persecution of the German American Bund, all the while he was secretly a paid agent of the Soviet NKVD.

The shameful story of a literal Jewish Soviet spy framing and imprisoning peaceful American National Socialists who committed no crime has been buried by history, but unless white nationalists organize vocally to stand up for their rights in America today, history is in danger of repeating itself.