Top ten list of 2008 Hate Websites;
1). The Stormfront White Nationalist Community
2). Bryant Cecchini, aka Byron Calvert, Tightrope.cc
3). Bill White Overthrow.com . Neo-Nazi Leader Bill White Indicted Again
4). Aryan Nations. Aryan Nations (AN), aka Church of Jesus Christ Christian.
5). National Socialist Movement (NSM).
6). Empire Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.
7). World Church of the Creator,
8). The Nationalist Coalition. aka National Vanguard & National Alliance.
9). Universal Heritage Foundation Subsidiary of Muslim American Society.
10). International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement. aka Uhuru Movement.
1). The Stormfront White Nationalist Community is a white supremacist Internet forum that has been described as one of the earliest and longest continually published websites and the Internet's first major hate site.
Stormfront was founded by former Ku Klux Klan member and white nationalist activist Don Black with the intention of creating a community around the white power movement.
2). Bryant Cecchini, far better known by his alias of Byron Calvert, Tightrope.cc is one of the most respected racist Skinheads on the neo-Nazi music scene — and one of several key players who recently left powerhouse Resistance Records for a competing racist label. Racist Music Sampler to be Distributed to Schools December 10, 2008.
The campaign is dubbed “Project Schoolyard Volume II” and targets teenagers with a 25-song sampler that features tracks such as “White Power” and “Some Niggers Never Die.” The CDs are on sale for 30 cents each, but Cecchini is including several free with each order from Tightrope, his Arkansas-based website that offers hate music and other racist merchandise. Cecchini’s website features a fist clasping a noose and the motto, “It’s not illegal to be White … yet.
3). Bill White Overthrow.com . Neo-Nazi Leader Bill White Indicted Again, December 11, 2008 Federal prosecutors announced today that Bill White, arguably the most important neo-Nazi leader in America, has been indicted on seven counts related to making Internet and other threats that could bring him 55 years in prison and $1.75 million in fines.
Trial on that charge has been set for March 3 in Chicago federal court.In recent years, White has developed a reputation as a blustery threatmaker, posting personal information such as home addresses and phone numbers of many individuals including the author of this blog posting and, in some cases, suggesting that it would be good to kill them.
He was known for pushing First Amendment protections to their absolute limit, although the indictments suggest that he was not careful enough to prevent the lodging of extremely serious charges. Prosecutors in Roanoke, Va., where White lives and where the new indictments were brought, suggested that the additional charges would help stem the tide of Internet threats.
(CJCC), was once the United States’ most infamous neo-Nazi group. THE DARK SIDE OF THE SUNSHINE STATE: EXTREMISM IN FLORIDA. One splinter group, calling itself Aryan Nations led by August Kreis, moved to Sebring, Florida, in late 2003.
United States. The National Socialist Movement, led by Jeff Schoep from Minneapolis, Minnesota, is a rapidly growing neo-Nazi organization that especially attracts younger people.
7). World Church of the Creator, Skinheads in the U.S. have also linked up with other established hate groups, such as Aryan Nations, the Ku Klux Klan, and Tom Metzger's White Aryan Resistance (WAR). On November 12, 1988, three members of a skinhead gang in Portland, Oregon, killed an Ethiopian immigrant, Mulugeta Seraw. In a suit brought by the Southern Poverty Law Center and ADL, it was later shown that Metzger and his son John had incited these Skinheads to murder Seraw. A jury awarded Seraw's family $12.5 million in damages, one of the largest civil verdicts of its kind in U.S. history.
8). The Nationalist Coalition. The Nationalist Coalition (and its recent predecessors,the National Vanguard and National Alliance) has been particularly active in Tampa and St. Petersburg.
Its members have spread virulently racist and anti-Semitic propaganda in a variety of Florida towns and cities, have rented billboards promoting the group’s Web site, and have distributed racist music CDs.
One member developed a social networking Web site similar to MySpace intended for white supremacists. After Hurricane Katrina, National Vanguard members urged people to “Support White Victims of Hurricane Katrina.”
9). Universal Heritage Foundation A subsidiary of the Islamic Circle of North America and the Muslim American Society, the Universal Heritage Foundation (UHF) was founded on September 10, 2003 as a non-profit corporation based in Kissimmee, Florida.
Invited speakers at the conference included people who had, on previous occasions, reportedly voiced support for suicide bombers and referred to Jews as “Jewish crackers,” “apes” and “pigs.” They included chief cleric Sheikh Abdul Rahman al-Sudais, of the Grand Mosque in Mecca, who earlier had prayed to God to “terminate” the Jews, whom he called “the scum of humanity, the rats of the world, prophet killers...pigs and monkeys.” Due to adverse publicity about al-Sudais’ previous remarks, he did not speak at the conference. Another speaker, Abdul Malik Ali, had previously expressed support for suicide bombers, on one occasion saying, “That ain’t suicide; that’s martyrdom.”
10). International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement. This group, also known as the Uhuru Movement, is headed by Omali Yeshitela and Chirumenga Waller in
the St. Petersburg/Tampa area.
The trouble started after two officers stopped a car that was speeding, and the officers approached it after the vehicle stopped at a red light.