Two articles of interest. If Goybeast doesn't write it, assume it's for education purposes and may vary in specifics to my point of view
Some choice examples of “Kosher Nazis”:
• 1946 to 1979: The Animist Party and National Renaissance Party (NRP), early U.S. “neo-Nazi groups,” are organized under titular leader James Madole,
• 1950s & ’60s: The foreign intelligence division of Stasi, Communist East Germany’s secret police apparatus, infiltrates spies into West Germany to pose as “neo-Nazis engaged in anti-Semitic vandalism,” a psy-ops campaign organized by Stasi spy-master Markus Wolf—a Jew. ADL director Benjamin R. Epstein follows through by traveling to Germany and advocating long-term Stalinist “re-education” for West Germans. In other words this is just the Jew World Empire performing a “pretext operation” so it can further torment people it hates (Joseph P. Kamp, The Bigots Behind the Swastika Spree (New York: Headlines, 1960); Michael Kallenbach, Stasi Files reveal links to anti-Semitic attacks in former West Germany, 12 March 1993 Jewish Chronicle (UK))actually a cat’s-paw of the Anti-Defamation League. Former Bolshevik spy Vladimir Stepankowsky, Emanuel Trujillo (alias ‘Mana Truhill’), and other Jewish and/or Communist agents of the ADL are Madole’s main source of financial support and organizational talent from the beginning. During the 1950s the NRP emerges as the most sensational and visible American “neo-Nazi group,” with its brown-shirted swastika-banded “stormtroopers” frequently staging street demonstrations in New York City that often and predictably deteriorate into riots. All related expenses, including the uniforms, are defrayed by the NRP’s main benefactor, the ADL. The swastika is displayed at ADL spy Truhill’s insistence. As “liaison officer” and de facto leader of the NRP by 1954, Truhill is in constant contact with other right-wing groups and individuals all over the world. His real work is name-gathering these people and incriminating them by coaxing extreme anti-Semitic remarks from them, thus collecting juicy tidbits for the ADL’s vast library of dossiers. (Joseph P. Kamp, The Bigots Behind the Swastika Spree (New York: Headlines, 1960))
• 1965-1971: The Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC; Canada’s premier Jewish advocacy organization) decides to promote John Beattie, an insignificant fringe figure, to “public menace” status along with his ridiculous “Canadian Nazi Party,” Canada’s closest thing to the NRP. Most of Beattie’s ten “followers” are actually CJC spies / agents provocateurs. Following a curious, probably staged incident in May 1965, Beattie is suddenly “newsworthy,” his irrelevant extreme views palmed off as “news” on the front pages of most Toronto dailies. Only the “conservative” Toronto Telegram notices the weird smell and exposes the food chain behind Beattie, for example CJC operative Henrick Van Der Windt’s involvement (issue of 25 June 1965). Soon the 100-year-old newspaper is being abandoned by major advertisers and sabotaged from within by union employees, finally collapsing six years later. Thanks to a down-payment donated by Van Der Windt, ergo the CJC, Beattie is able to move his outfit into an inflammatory Toronto address.
Beattie’s circus freak act is suddenly so “important” and prominent because the CJC wants to manipulate Canadians into accepting federal laws criminalizing ‘hate speech,’ laws it’s been conniving to shove down their throats since the 1930s and is preparing via the ‘Cohen Committee’ in Ottawa, also beginning in 1965. As §319 of the Criminal Code and §13.1 of the Canadian Human Rights Act, titled “telephonic communication of hate,” these laws are signed into effect in 1971, after which the Canadian Nazi Party promptly implodes. (Patrick Walsh, The Unholy Alliance: A Documented Exposé of How Agents Provocateur Infiltrate and Misdirect, then Destroy, Well-Meaning Patriotic Groups (Flesherton, Ontario : Canadian Intelligence Publications, 1986) The John Beattie Case; Canadian Association For Free Expression, John Beattie to Expose the Nazi Party That Never Was (press release), 26 November 2000)
• June 25, 1978: Frank “Collin” the Heartless Nazi Monster leads his “Nazi march” on its alternate route through Chicago. During preceding weeks “Collin” achieved national notoriety with his outrageous original plan to march through the suburb of Skokie, the largest community of “Holocaust survivors” on earth. His “right to march” is championed by Jewish attorney and purported “civil liberties advocate” Alan Dershowitz.
“Collin’s” real family name: Cohen. He’s Jewish. His father is a “Holocaust survivor.”
His “Fuhrer” career is destroyed when this comes to light, but most Americans are none the wiser, so three years later “Frank ‘Collin’ the Nazi Monster” and his march become the subject of a nationwide made-for-television slobber-fest titled Skokie, one of many such propaganda bombs during these years. The original was NBC’s eight-hour miniseries Holocaust, a tele-orgy of fake “history” that aired two months before Collin’s march. The whole Skokie affair thus proves instrumental in catapulting Holocaust Guilt into mainstream American consciousness right when the Jewish psy-war on America is shifting gears in exactly this direction, thus Dershowitz’s real interest.
• February, 1979: Using his frequent alias of “James Guttman,” Mordecai Levy of the Jewish Defense League swaggers into the National Park Service office in Independence Hall, Philadelphia, dressed in full Nazi drag to obtain a permit for a “Nazi rally.” With permit in hand, he next contacts KKK chapters, Nazi clubs, leftist and Jewish groups, black churches, etc., alternately “inviting them to participate” / “alerting them to an outrage.” His own banner reads: “Hitler was Right! Gas the Commie Jews!” At this time Levy is an asset of the Anti-Defamation League (as revealed by ADL fact-finder Gail Gans to Village Voice reporter Robert Friedman). Reporters penetrate Levy’s sordid plans and the permit is canceled under a cloud of astonishing headlines: “Jew Applied For The Permit For Nazi Rally” (Philadelphia Journal); “Nazi Rally Rouser Really Jewish” (Philadelphia Bulletin). Had Levy’s charade not been uncovered, he might have succeeded in engineering a major race riot— but it sure would have made “Nazis” look bad! (Robert Friedman, Oy Vey, Make My Day, 8/22/1989 Village Voice, p. 15).
• December 7, 1981: Minneapolis television station WCCO airs an in-house documentary, Armies of the Right, to expose “the disturbing hidden world of paramilitary right-wing extremism in the U.S.” The program’s most virulent anti-Semitic rhetoric is uttered by one “Jimmy Anderson,” actually James R. Rosenberg, one of several ADL agents provocateurs known to have infiltrated the Queens, New York chapter of the Christian Patriot’s Defense League, expressly to agitate the group as “rabid anti-Semites.” The producers of Armies of the Right know who and what Rosenberg really is but withhold this information from their audience.
• 1990s: The Canadian Jewish Congress gets back in the act, this time using member and Canadian government (CSIS) spy Grant Bristow to infiltrate the Heritage Front, a Canadian-German advocacy group, to act as an agent provocateur urging violence against Jews. Sure enough some of Bristow’s dupes are arrested at a well-known Jewish hangout after raiding it and provoking a brawl. Totally disgraced by this moronic action, the Heritage Front rapidly disintegrates—obviously the real purpose from the beginning.
• Mid-1990s:“Davis Wolfgang Hawke,” a.k.a. “Commander Bo Decker,” etc., makes himself the new darling of the “neo-Nazi” movement by launching a tiny, flamboyant “Nazi” group, the Knights of Freedom Nationalist Party. Many parallels to the John Beattie and Frank “Collin” cases are striking, not least being the absurd amount of attention “Hawke” receives from media and law enforcement.
The name given to “Hawke” by his parents: Andrew Britt Greenbaum. Though posing as a Nazi in South Carolina, he’s really a Jew from Connecticut. As is usual with “Kosher Nazis,” Greenbaum is a comic caricature whose moronic public image is totally deliberate and cultivated. It’s stagecraft.
The above examples span 50 years, going back to immediately after the war that created their mold, and add up to an unmistakable pattern. Whenever a social phenomenon this sensational impinges so directly on Jews and their interests, we should always ask qui bono?— who really benefits? Naïve “White Nationalists” NEVER benefit. They just fall ever so neatly into their assigned stereotype of “dangerous morons,” which leaves the question open—but it has a definite answer!
This is why they DO IT. “White Power” / “neo-Nazism” is a Jewish covert operation with lots of DUMB GOY ASSHOLES on board, who really are dangerous— dangerous to themselves.
Before your parents were born, the late great United States was already a clever Jewish dictatorship under the Rothschilds and their local race-traitors, e.g. the Harrimans and Rockefellers. This imperial scheme grants real power only to those who show the Master (Lucifer and his children, a.k.a. “the Jews”) how eager they are to help out with his Big Plan. The kike monsters launched their Final Solution for America during Teddy Roosevelt’s presidency. In fact the Roosevelts were crypto-Jews. So was Woodrow Wilson. They installed TR in 1901 by blasting a bullet into McKinley using a Polish “Sirhan” prepared by Emma Goldman & Co.; 11 years later Teddy repaid them by helping to bulldoze Wilson into office over Taft. That was the coffin lid sliding home. The “U.S. government” and Constitution have been nothing but their stupid circus props ever since.
Save America from them? Hun, that was your great-grandparents’ duty. They blew it. How do you save a “melting pot,” meaning the weird goulash of crypto-Jewish latent serial killers (millions of em!), cultureless creedless each-for-himself sewer rats, self-hating liberal fuck-heads, and other motley scum, perverts, and imbeciles that America has putrefied into since 1880? When the children of Satan got hold of this place expressly to destroy it they did a bang-up job as always. They’ve been luring this garbage over here from every corner of the world ever since. Now America is dominated by mindless golems who can swagger to the other side of the planet and slaughter millions of Iraqi babies and grandmas for twenty years just because the kikes want them to, but keep imagining they’re “victims” and “heroes” the whole time. Wow, it’s as if they’re Jews themselves! They’re that arrogant and vicious. I defy you to “rescue” these miscreants. The very premise is stupid. They basically ARE Jews, even though most of them are “white,” but who cares who their ancestors were? They obviously don’t. The U.S. must be the most judaized country the “West” has ever seen..... source
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What does a former white-power activist do after being drummed out of the movement? He turns to peddling penis-enlargement pills.
Dave Bridger answers his cellphone with a simple “Yo.” It comes across as feigned mafia-like toughness. But you can hardly blame him for being edgy whenever the phone rings.
In recent weeks, Bridger has published his cellphone number in thousands of junk e-mails sent all over the world. The spams invite other “real bulkers” to join him in peddling a penis-enlargement pill called Pinacle.
“Everybody wants a bigger penis, so this product pulls a massive amount of sales … All you do is MAIL, MAIL, MAIL. And collect your commission check,” claim Bridger’s invitations.
For more than three years, Bridger has deftly balanced the most difficult task of a spammer (or “bulk mailer,” to use the term he prefers): giving out enough contact information to make a sale without putting the whole operation at risk.
For Bridger, keeping a grip on his own identity may be another challenge. When he’s tired or distracted and the cellphone chirps to life, Bridger might even have to pause and ask himself: What is my name today?
Legally, the man who goes by the name Bridger appears to be Davis Wolfgang Hawke, a former white-power activist who renounced his birth name, Andrew Britt Greenbaum, (Jewish!)in 1996 at the age of 18. But in the late ’90s Hawke also went by the moniker Bo Decker. At the time, he was head of the Knights of Freedom Nationalist Party, one of the fastest growing neo-Nazi groups in the United States, which he later renamed the American Nationalist Party while a student at Wofford College in South Carolina.
But he hasn’t really used the names Decker or Hawke online for years. Those identities imploded in 1999, shortly after word got out that his father was a Jew from the Boston suburbs, and people started calling him a “kosher Nazi.” The ANP and its leader crawled quietly under a rock.
Yet as his world was crumbling around him, Hawke vowed he’d make a comeback on the political scene. In an interview with Rolling Stone in late 1999, Hawke predictedhe would run for “major public office” within a decade. But first, he would need “a lot of money to back me up.”
So what does a former American Nationalist Party member do to make some quick bucks? In Hawke’s case, he turned to penis-enlargement pills — and a host of other dodgy products, including human growth hormone, free government grants, inkjet-printer refills, extended car warranties, “eBay secrets” — marketed via spam e-mail campaigns. Today, Hawke’s spam operations — Quiksilver Enterprises and Amazing Internet Products — while nowhere near the biggest sources of junk e-mail on the Internet, may be among its more profitable spam-based enterprises.
The life of a spammer is not a dull one. Hawke must move quickly through the obscure back roads of the Net, abandoning the Internet domains that he uses to generate his spam in quick order after he is discovered by anti-spam vigilantes or other spam fighters. The trail he leaves behind him offers a bizarre look at the seedy world of spam entrepreneurship. White-power organizer turned penis-pill spammer, he sounds like a fictional character in a bad comic novel. But he’s quite real.
Spamming was apparently part of Hawke’s career strategy even before he was laughed out of the American white-power movement.
In May 1999, as Hawke was redesigning the ANP Web site and retooling the party’s platform, he also registered Knifed.com — the future home of his first spam-vertised site, the American Knife Depot. Instead of his own name, Hawke listed his significant other and chief party secretary, Patricia Lingenfelter, as registrant, according to Internet records.
In early July, just weeks before a failed white-power march on Washington he helped organize, someone using the name Jon was spamming Internet message boards with bogus testimonials about Knifed.com’s “totally reasonable” prices for knives and other weapons.
Ever since, to throw the feds and anti-spammers off his trail, Hawke has used fictitious names like Johnny Durango, James Kincaid, Winston Cross, Clell Miller, George Baldwan, or John Milton in the registration records for the dozens of Internet domains he has registered for his online storefronts over the years.
For his physical address, Hawke typically lists a Mail Boxes Etc. location in New Hampshire, New York, or Vermont. It’s a technique he has used since 1998, when the Knights of Freedom site listed a Mail Boxes Etc. store in Walpole, Mass., as its address.
Rhode Island has apparently been Hawke’s home for at least the past 18 months. Records kept by the American Registry for Internet Numbers show that in April 2002 someone using the name Dave Hawke registered a block of Internet protocol (IP) addresses on behalf of Quiksilver Enterprises, listing a Pawtucket, R.I., address. The IP addresses were later reported to have been used to send Quiksilver spam.
An online telephone directory maintained by AT&T shows a listing for “D Hawke” at the same address in Pawtucket. The cellphone number listed by “Dave Bridger” in numerous recent spams for Pinacle is on the Sprint PCS network in Providence, R.I., according to an online database.
When Hawke unleashes a load of spam touting Pinacle he forges the return address so no one can reply or easily track its source.
Using special spam software, he typically relays the e-mails through third-party mail servers to hide their true origin. Sometimes he uses an innocent bystander’s e-mail addresses in the From line, so they have to deal with all the complaints, delivery-error or “bounce” messages, and list-remove requests.
These evasive tactics, all standard among spammers, are currently illegal in a handful of states. But no federal law yet exists to rein in such fraud. And while big Internet service providers such as AOL and MSN occasionally tie up large spammers with lawsuits, operations like Hawke’s appear to be below the radar of the major ISPs.
This is not to say that business is easy for Hawke, who is now in his mid-twenties.
Opponents of junk e-mail have been playing a type of whack-a-mole game with Quiksilver and Amazing Internet since early 2000. Whenever Hawke sends a batch of spam touting a new Web site, the anti-spammers notify the Internet service provider that hosts the site. Often, those reports are in vain, since Hawke uses hosting companies in China, Russia, and South America for whom spamming is not a violation of acceptable use policies.
But anti-spammers have had some success in making Hawke’s sites unreachable through another tactic. Because he typically uses bogus information in his domain registrations, Hawke is violating a requirement set by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers that so-called domain “whois” data be valid.
DirecNIC, Hawke’s preferred domain registrar, has placed many of his domains on hold in response to reports that the registrations contain false information, according to Sigmund Solares, CEO of Intercosmos Media Group, the New Orleans firm that operates DirecNIC.
Hawke and his associates are also prone to mistakes, says Piers Forrest, a London-based salesman of high-end computers and a self-proclaimed anti-spammer. As they transfer files from one site to another in the process of staging a new storefront, the spammers often leave a log file behind on the source server. These file-transfer protocol (FTP) logs have enabled anti-spammers to learn about new Pinacle sites even before their operators announce them, thus providing a head start on the shutdown process.
Following a domain shutdown, Hawke quickly gathers himself and reappears at a new location on the Internet. But the technical interruptions can help tilt the economics of spamming, says Forrest.
“Spam is only profitable because the costs are so low. What a lot of us do is try to push up those costs by making sure that when a spammer is found that they lose their Internet connection and they are paying for a Web site that they lose, so that spamming is not worth it,” says Forrest.
In a telephone interview, Dave Bridger claimed not to recognize the term “spam” or to know what a Web site is and said he worked as a manager in a McDonald’s restaurant. In a subsequent online interview, Bridger said he would agree to an interview only if paid $20,000.
“I don’t have time, make too much money, my time is very expensive,” said Bridger.
How much money is he making? That question is essentially unanswerable, but earlier this year, Amazing Internet took new offices and warehouse space beside other high-tech companies in a refurbished mill complex in Manchester, N.H. — a space previously occupied by the U.S. Senate campaign of Jeanne Shaheen, the state’s former governor.
According to a former Hawke associate, the neo-Nazi turned spammer boasts of earning “six figures” and often carries around a wad of hundred-dollar bills in his pocket, totaling thousands of dollars. (The former associate, when shown a photograph of Hawke, also confirmed that “Bridger” was Hawke, although at the time of their association, Hawke/Bridger was using the name Johnny Durango.)
Hawke has signed up scores of Pinacle sales affiliates, although only a few dozen may be active. The bottles of pills are sold for $50 to the end user, but Hawke pays his own supplier only five bucks, and he pays his affiliates another 10 for each sale made via their own spam campaigns. In the low-overhead spam business, that could mean relatively high profit margins.
Customer satisfaction may not be ideal, however. These days, when Bridger’s cell rings it could as easily be an irate customer as another direct sale or affiliate wanting to sign up. After all, the Federal Trade Commission says the cocktail of herbs listed on the label isn’t proven to grow bigger penises. One of the ingredients, yohimbe, may stimulate the central nervous system and is approved by the Food and Drug Administration. But it can also cause kidney failure or kill people with heart problems, the FDA warns.
There are no such caveats in the red-and-blue-lettered e-mails touting Amazing Internet’s Pinacle pills. They usually arrive with a subject line such as “Grow your penis 2 inches in 2 days” and assure recipients that Pinacle is “completely safe.”
The closest thing to a health warning in the ads or the Web site for ordering Pinacle is this helpful advice: “Remember, a penis larger than 9 inches may be too large for most women. But IF for some reason you need even more, it is possible for you to safely continue taking Pinacle.”
So far, no one has publicly complained about Pinacle. According to FTC spokesman Richard Cleland, the agency doesn’t have the resources to track down people like Hawke and charge them with making deceptive efficacy claims.
While the wording of his e-mail solicitations for Pinacle affiliates suggests Hawke prefers the expression “bulk mailer” to the term “spammer,” the FTP logs left on Amazing Internet sites leave no doubt about the company’s business. One log from AIP’s site Myselinak.com in early July, for example, recorded a transfer from the operator’s PC with the following directory: C:\spam\campaigns\Pinacle.
Forrest is credited with being the first to connect Hawke with the various spam campaigns run by Quiksilver. Yet he admits he’s frustrated that, despite his efforts, Hawke has prevailed in the spam business for more than three years.
Hawke’s reemergence as a spammer doesn’t surprise Mark Potok of the Southern Poverty Law Center, a group in Alabama that tracks hate groups.
“I think he is basically a petty criminal. He’s a gang leader, a cultist. He was always about forming groups in which he’s the Führer. And I think that’s probably the case again here,” says Potok.
Potok is not concerned, however, that Hawke will use his profits from spam to bankroll a new neo-Nazi movement.
“He wouldn’t last five minutes in the movement. His name is mud. That’s an insurmountable problem — your father is Jewish,” says Potok. “He got so much mockery at the time. He was just destroyed by the stuff.”
While Hawke’s career as a white-power leader may be finished, one of his former Web sites suggests that if he decides to return to political life, it may be as a Rhode Island Libertarian.
In early 2001, Quiksilver used a site named PrivacyBuff.com to sell books with titles such as “The Spambook,” as well as a collection of tips and programs called “The Banned CD.”
According to a message from “Dave Milton” on the “Who We Are” page at the site, “I am a libertarian and everyone who works for me is a libertarian … we also favor the legalization of all drugs, an end to all taxes, and the abolition of the criminal justice system.”
Then again, it’s always been impossible to know whether the opportunistic, chameleon-like Hawke ever truly embraced a political philosophy — or was simply posturing and spouting a credo to make a sale.
Brian McWilliams is a freelance business and technology reporter based in Durham, NH.....source