Refugee shelter in Gräfenhainichen hit with gunfire

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An office block slated to host refugees in a small town in Saxony, Germany, was hit by multiple gunshots from outside, local media report. The building was previously flooded and stoned, part of a series of violent anti-refugee attacks across the country.

The gunshots damaged multiple window panes, but no human injuries were reported. Saxony police say the refugee hostel was guarded by a local security firm, but none of the watchmen inside the house were injured.

Local police refused to reveal what caliber or type of firearm was allegedly used, but added that the crime scene is being searched by police dogs to retrieve some footprints.

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The small town with a population of roughly 12,000 has already witnessed attacks on the same hostel, but none of them previously involved the use of firearms, strictly controlled under German law.

In December last year, the future refugee house was flooded to make it inappropriate for living, and then stoned.

Rumors about the way the building would be used are widespread among local neo-Nazi social media users, who do not believe the authorities plan to host just 80 refugees in the town, according to Mitteldeutsche Zeitung.

Far-right violence has skyrocketed in Germany over recent months, following the flow of migrants seeking asylum and refuge. Numerous refugee centers all across the country had been objects of extremist assaults, often involving arson attacks and stone- throwing. Attacks with lethal weapons have been rare so far.

Saxony has recently featured in headlines over anti-immigrant violence. Earlier in February, a planned refugee hostel in the town of Bautzen was badly damaged after a huge fire broke out inside the building.



Greece: hundreds turn out for Golden Dawn meeting as citizens burn invader base to the ground

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KERKYRA: Great Turnout by Hundreds of Nationalists – Photos – Video


A great turnout of hundreds of Kerkyra* Nationalists for the press conference and book presentation by comrade Ilias Kasidiaris in the center of Kerkyra.

Also greeting the crowd were MPs Aivatidis and Gregos, and MEP Epitideios, Synadinos, and Fountoulis.


Just a few meters away from where the event was held there was a peculiar Para-State troupe of anarchists and Lafazanis supporters.  Despite the Police State the Nationalists of Kerkyra filled the event hall early, which proved to be too small to accommodate all the friends of the Movement.

The rise of the Popular Association throughout the country is rapid and every day new comrades thicken the ranks of Golden Dawn.

Below is a statement from the spokesperson of Golden Dawn on illegal immigration:

“The country is under occupation by the illegal immigrants, we Greeks are becoming a minority in our country and the only force which resists and insists on closed borders and the deportation of the illegal aliens is the Popular Association – Golden Dawn.”

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*Kerkyra- Also known as Corfu

KKK rally in Anaheim, California leaves 3 antifa stabbed

Three people were stabbed and 13 others were arrested when a Ku Klux Klan rally in Anaheim erupted in violence Saturday, police said.

Ku Klux Klan rally

A small group of people representing the Klan had announced that it would hold a rally at Pearson Park at 1:30 p.m., police said. By 11 a.m., several dozen protesters had shown up to confront the Klan.

About an hour later, several men in black garb with Confederate flag patches arrived in an SUV near the edge of the park.

Fighting broke out moments after Klan members exited the vehicle. Some of the protesters could be seen kicking a man whose shirt read “Grand Dragon.” At some point, a protester collapsed on the ground bleeding, crying that he had been stabbed.

A Klansman in handcuffs could be heard telling a police officer that he “stabbed him in self-defense.” Several other people were also handcuffed.

Witnesses said the Klansmen used the point of a flagpole as a weapon while fighting with protesters.

Two other protesters were stabbed during the melee — one with a knife and the other with a pointed flagpole, said Sgt. Daron Wyatt of the Anaheim Police Department.

Ku Klux Klan rally

Brian Levin, director of Cal State San Bernardino’s Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, said he was standing near the KKK members when several protesters attacked them with two-by-fours and other weapons.

Levin had been trying to interview the KKK ringleader, whom he identified as William Quigg, an Anaheim resident.

Quigg is the leader of the Loyal White Knights in California and other Western states, a sect of the hate group that aims to raise awareness about illegal immigration, terrorism and street crime, Levin said. They see themselves as a “Klan without robes” and model themselves after David Duke, the Louisiana-based former grand wizard of the Klan, Levin said.

Levin said he was standing next to Quigg when a crowd of protesters swarmed the Klan members. Levin said he pushed the Klan leader away as the violence continued and a protester was stabbed.

“I was expecting violence — but it’s disgusting,” said Nick Keeton, 18, of Anaheim. “I feel like this is 1953 and we’re in Kentucky.”

Martin Buenorostro said a friend, whom he would identify only by his nickname, “FuzzBuzz,” was wounded when one of the Klan members began using a flagpole as a weapon to fend off the crowd surrounding their vehicle.

“They started pulling out weapons,” Buenorostro said of the Klansmen. “One of them had the flag, the American flag, with the pointed top and I think that’s what got my friend. It’s a serious wound. It wasn’t like the blood was dripping out. It gushed out of him.”

Six Klan members (five men and one woman) and seven protesters (six men and one woman) were arrested, Wyatt said.

The Klan members were arrested in connection with the stabbings, he said. The protesters were arrested on charges related to physical assaults on Klan members. The stab victims were in stable condition, Wyatt said.

All could face charges of assault with a deadly weapon, though Wyatt said “some people could have a self-defense claim.” He did not say if he was referring to the Klan members or the protesters.

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These brave men & women were surrounded, outnumbered, & assaulted from every angle. They defended themselves justly & fought with honor. Hail to the heroes!


The battle of Liverpool

Liverpool city center erupted into violence today as the North West Infidels, National Action, Polish hooligans (not NOP), South East Alliance & Pie & Mash Squad clashed with anti-white protesters outside St. George’s Hall.

Although police tried to keep the two groups apart, the patriots were heavily outnumbered and on at least two occasions a number of them broke through the police cordon and fought with anti-fascists.

A number of smoke bombs were hurled by the Polish, leading to loud bangs resounding around St George’s plateau.

Missiles – including bottles and cobblestones – were also thrown at the nationalist group, who threw them back into the crowd.

It led to a number of anti white protesters being struck by objects as they flew through the air, including a police officer who suffered concussion.

A source within the NWI says four enemy combatants were sent to the hospital. There was one injury, a minor stab wound, suffered by the nationalist side.

Finally, after a tense stand-off lasting nearly three hours, police managed to escort the far-right group back in the direction of Lime Street station. Nearby streets were cordoned off by riot vans and police with riot shields to separate the patriot group from anti-white protesters.

United Patriot’s Front holds anti mosque demo in Bendigo, Australia

United Patriots Front supporters

United Patriots Front (UPF) supporters have outnumbered rival protesters in Bendigo on Saturday.

About 350 UPF supporters gathered in Rosalind Park in the city’s centre in a bid to bolster support. The group has been vocal about its opposition to Bendigo’s first mosque.

The rallies were mostly peaceful, however a splinter group of UPF supporters were forcibly pushed back by police when they broke away from their main group.

No arrests have been made.

The antifa counter protest, run by the Bendiga Action Collective, only had 50 people. Eric, who declined to reveal his surname, said they were not interested in confronting the UPF.

Another spokesperson for the collective told the group the UPF was a fascist organisation.

Soldiers of Odin opens Estonian chapter, holds 2,500 strong anti invader march

Around 2,500 members of the Estonian branch of the Finnish based patriotic anti-refugee group ‘Soldiers of Odin’ marched in Tallinn on the anniversary of Estonian independence day, Wednesday. Crowds marched through the Estonian capital with torches while waving flags of the three Baltic Republics, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, and carrying a banner reading “For Estonians!”

The soldiers of Odin carry out street patrols to keep the public safe from migrants.


Azov battalion storms leftist TV station in Kiev

A group of activists wearing military uniforms and balaclavas has blocked the office of the TV channel ‘Inter’ in Kiev, Ukraine. Broadcasting has reportedly been interrupted.

A group of men first insisted that representatives of the station talk to them. When their request was not fulfilled, they announced the blockade. They have been reportedly chanting slogans “Ukraine above all” and “Glory to Ukraine.”

Police officers are on stand-by, a correspondent from 112 Ukraine TV reported, adding that as things stand, the action is taking place without any incident.