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Richard Spencer's would-be lap dog has been in retreat since January 17, after announcing his intention to bring a select group of gun-toting White Nationalists to march in support of Richard Spencer's mother in Whitefish, Montana.
It is another epic failure from Andrew Angelin and his band of evil misanthropes, first delayed, then cancelled and now the anti-Semitic has been invited to have his day in court.
As a warm-up for this attempt to terrorize the community, Andrew Anglin penned an article, which was riddled with anti-Semitic slurs, listed phone numbers and email addresses of multiple Jewish residents of the county and called on readers to “take action” and “just make your opinions known.” Illustrated by photos that had been altered to show some residents wearing yellow stars similar to those Nazis forced Jews to wear in concentration camps - those images have since been removed from the Daily Stormer website - the local government increased police security throughout the city. Later, Anglin wrote that he was not advocating for “violence or threats of violence or anything even close to that".
Of course he wasn't, it was just all those on the website who read and believed his material that have emotionally tortured the Jewish populations in various locales around the USA, and in the good city of Whitefish specifically - with a special focus on the real estate agent who unfortunately recommended the Spencer's mother sell a money losing rental property. Her reasons were rational, for Richard Spencer has been using the address for his White Nationalist organization, the innocuously named National Policy Institute.
“There are only 6,000 Jews in the entire state of Montana, yet they’re 100% of the people trying to silence Richard Spencer by harassing his mother. So Then — Let’s Hit Em Up. Are y’all ready for an old fashioned Troll Storm?” - Posted on Anglin's Byline on his website.
Since his pronouncement of a "troll storm", the attacks have been relentlessly vicious. One meme delivered by email of the target of their primary interest displayed a picture of her son being run over by a Nazi truck. Other electronically transmitted threats were more verbose:
“We are going to have a field day with you scumbags. If I was you I would suck the barrel of a shotgun or run to that s—hole in the dsert your fkn animals stole from the Arabs. We are going to keep track of you for the rest of your life and alert any and all ppl you come into contact with of how much of a piece of s— you are.”
Tanya Gersh and her family continue to live in terror, even more so as the phone calls came:
"We can bury you without having to touch you"; "You really should have died in thd Holocaust with the rest of your people";"You f**king kike whore, you can't do that...It's Trump's America now."
One telephone call was simply silence followed by the sound of gunfire.
The Southern Poverty Law Center reached out to the stricken family, filing the lawsuit on behalf of Tanya Gersh, who was one of several Flathead County residents who Anglin mentioned in a Daily Stormer article written in December. All told, she, her husband and 12-year-old son received about 700 emails, phone calls and text messages filled with anti-Semitic language and even death threats, according to the suit.
Anglin's response is typical of his reactions to legal confrontation:
“I did not ever threaten anyone with anything — if I did, I would be in jail or at least facing criminal prosecution. They just lie, because they are filthy lying Jews.” Post by Andrew Anglin on his byline.
Not this time, Andrew, for not even Richard Spencer or Donald J Trump, the man you described as your Godhead when he was elected will be able to prevent this legal action from moving forward.
Our Glorious Leader has ascended to God Emperor. Make no mistake about it: we did this. If it were not for us, it wouldn’t have been possible. ... [T]he White race is back in the game. And if we’re playing, no one can beat us. The winning is not going to stop.” - Day-Stormer owner Andrew Angelin on Donald Trump's successful Presidential campaign.
Remember the Aryan Nation, Andrew Anglin? They were crushed by the SPLC and had to give up their base to the people they terrorized. Your prospects are poor. Perhaps you should settle as soon as possible.
Dees, co-founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery, Ala., has long used lawsuits to destroy the finances of hate groups. In six such lawsuits, the lawyer has never lost. In 1990, he won $9 million in Portland, Ore., against the White Aryan Resistance in the beating death of a black man by neo-Nazi skinheads.
Geoffrey S Jade Barrett, Chairman SANE60 20 April 2017