Rude boy into jail // Anti-anarchist boneheads not very popular

White supremacist jailed for nine months
Toronto Globe & Mail
July 13, 2006

TORONTO — An unabashed neo-Nazi who defied a court order to stop spreading hated over the Internet was arrested Thursday after being sentenced to nine months in jail for contempt, a punishment his lawyer called harsh.

In a scathing decision, a Federal Court judge ruled that Tomasz “Wanker” Winnicki, of London, Ontario, had shown blatant disdain for the justice system in continuing his hate campaign against Jews and people of colour.

Not happy :

Jailing stokes attacks
London Free Press
Sat, July 15, 2006

Supporters of a white supremacist jailed for hate messages make veiled threats.

The sentencing of a London, [Ontario] white supremacist to nine months in jail has sparked a firestorm of Internet anger against Canada and veiled threats against the Ottawa lawyer who launched the case.

“Bring me back (Richard) Warman’s head on a platter . . . ,” said one angry white supremacist, adding, “This is not a death threat or incitement to violence, only a joke.”

But the same writer, who always ends his Internet postings with a slogan about the value of a .44 Magnum gun, also warned Warman: “You bring your (act) to my neighborhood and we’ll see who’s standing by the end of it. You just started a war, man.”

Londoner Tomasz “Wanker” Winnicki was sentenced Wednesday to nine months in jail for contempt of a federal court order banning him from spreading hate messages online.

The website forum he favoured was full of messages in support of him yesterday.

One writer suggested they band together to get rid of Warman, who has targeted about a dozen white supremacists and their online activity.

“Let us get together and put as much information about this Warman . . . pictures, newspaper clippings, memberships . . . and make it available on the Web for the least stable among us to use as they see fit.”

He’s not Der Führer, he’s just a very naughty boy.

In other news, it appears that anti-anarchist boneheads may have to blow a little harder before their silly ideas take root in ‘small-town America’. Well, Oregon, Illinois anyway…

Anti Illegal Immigration Rally
Mark Lindner
July 16, 2006

The Aryan Anarchist Skins aren’t your traditional white supremacist group.

“We accept homosexuals, bisexuals, lesbians and that’s why we didn’t get the turnout on our side,” says Debra Brownstein of the Aryan Anarchist Skins.

Only four people stood on the Skins’ side of the orange fence.

“On our website we’ve had two, maybe three hundred people say they were coming,” says [not-too-bright] Sergeant Officer Lisa Schultz.

Hundreds of people did show up, but they were banded together to protest the Skins’ rally.

…Maintaining order at today’s rally forced the Ogle County Sheriff’s Department to call in backup. It cost around $60,000 to bring in extra personnel and set up barriers around the courthouse.

Those who attended the rally had to go through metal detectors into a fenced off area. Over 100 officers from as far away as Polo were present to keep the protestors and the Aryans away from one another. Police say the event went as planned.

Anarchist Group Rallies in Small Town
Dana Derflinger
Oregon, IL
July 16, 2006

A group of white supremacists called the Aryan Nations held a demonstration to protest illegal immigration in the U.S. They say they chose Oregon, Illinois because of the number of immigrants in Ogle County. Only four activists showed up and dozens of people took a stance against their rally.

Like a scene out of an old western, the two sides squared off in the middle of town. Michael Wharfield joined the local community members in protesting the anarchists. He said, “We just came to show that this is unacceptable in our community.”

…The yelling disrupted any sort of debate and the Aryan Nations members who hoped to bring a message to the small town walked away with an earful themselves after a mere hour of cross-fire chants and angry shouts.

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9 Responses to Rude boy into jail // Anti-anarchist boneheads not very popular

  1. Asher says:

    Whats the story with the last story, labelling them anarchists rather than fascists? Fucking stupid media.

  2. @ndy says:

    Actually, both stories describe the losers in question as being anarchist. The first states:

    “The Aryan Anarchist Skins aren’t your traditional white supremacist group.

    “We accept homosexuals, bisexuals, lesbians and that’s why we didn’t get the turnout on our side,” says Debra Brownstein of the Aryan Anarchist Skins.”

    The second is headlined ‘Anarchist Group Rallies in Small Town’, but describes the pinheads in question as being ‘white supremacist’:

    “A group of white supremacists called the Aryan Nations held a demonstration to protest illegal immigration in the U.S.”

    So, you know… maybe a letter to the paper?

    I wrote one recently to The Independent inre a story they ran on arrests at a G8 protest in Russia. Some of those arrested were described as being members of the “anarchist” National Bolshevik Party.

    I wrote the journalist responsible and argued that this was incorrect — that in fact, the NBP are a fascist or neo-fascist political party, members of which have actually physically attacked Russian anarchists.

    He wrote to say that in future he’d refrain from reporting that the NBP were anarchist.

  3. Asher says:

    As much as it sucks, if they have anarchist in their name, I can understand referring to their name correctly (as the first article did). It’s the last article, and specifically the line

    “Bria Puitt came to the rally to hear the Anarchists’ point of view. She said, “I did want to hear what they had to say because I don’t like to be ignorant myself so I wanted to hear what their message was and in-turn have some sort of intelligent debate.”

    that pisses me off.

  4. Luke says:

    I just sent a letter. Hopefully a reply will be received.

  5. @ndy says:

    Cool Hand Luke!

    Lemme know if/when ya gets a response.

  6. @ndy says:

    Hi Marcos,

    I suspect that they can barely tell their arse from their elbow, let alone the numerous contradictions that abound in their putrid ideology: and to be honest, when I first read about the ‘group’, I thought it must’ve been a prank of some kind.

    Apparently not.

    And you’re right, of course. However, within fascist discourse, ‘Aryan’ functions as little more than a synonym for ‘Master Race’ (ha ha ha). Further, there’s nothing remotely ‘anarchist’ about them — anarchists are indeed anti-fascist — and they’re certainly not skins — they’re boneheads. Their misappropriation of such terms reveals nothing other than their stupidity and ignorance.

    Would they accept Native Americans into their tiny group? I doubt it. But even if they did, one would hope that any and every Native American would have enough self-respect not to want to in any case.

    A slight point of disagreement:

    “Obviously if the AAS members feel that there are not enough jobs for them it is because they lack the education to qualify for most jobs.”

    While levels of formal educational attainment are obviously a factor in determining an individual’s access to the labour market (that is, jobs), they’re not the only one… much more can be said on this subject, but another time, perhaps.


    — @ndy (un otro anarcholoco).

  7. Everybody is allowed to fight for their race except real Canadian[s]. A bit bizarre to say the least. Warman is an [unsupported allegation].

  8. britsin says:

    This is funny stuff – I mean the europeans or the white skinned people getting concerned or discussing or debating the ‘Aryan’ issues; when they have absolutely nothing to do with it. If they have to emphasize their supremacy, they should do it in the name of their ‘white’ race, not Aryanism.

    Contrary to all popular, adventurous, wishful beliefs – the Aryans originated in India and ‘Aryanism’ was rather a socio-cultural concept, than a racist one.

    I’m not without proofs and support:-

    need more?

    [email protected]

  9. @ndy says:

    hey britsin,

    they’re not the sharpest knives in the drawer eh? wankers.

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