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LORD NOSE
06-06-2009, 09:23 PM
In 1993, in the suburban Windsor, Ontario, bedroom of a 23-year-old neo-Nazi skinhead1 named George Burdi,



"Kill all the niggers and you gas all the jews
Kill a gypsy and a coloured too
You just killed a kike
Don't it feel right
Goodness gracious, darn right" -- From the hate rock song "Third Reich" by RaHoWa"






Resistance Records was born. Initially a fledgling, one-man hate-music distribution operation with a handful of album titles, the small company grew quickly into the number one distributor of skinhead music2 in the United States.
In 1997, Resistance Records was temporarily brought to its knees by both an American tax dispute and Canadian prosecution for distributing materials that promote hatred. But in 1998, Willis A. Carto, the anti-Semitic leader of Liberty Lobby, and his partner, Todd Blodgett, acquired the business and revived it. By the next year, however, Resistance changed hands again, this time purchased by William Pierce, founder and head of the anti-Semitic National Alliance and author of 1978's The Turner Diaries, the white power revolutionary blueprint thought to have inspired the Oklahoma City bombing.
With Resistance Records forging ahead as arguably the most lucrative hate enterprise in the country, old-school racists are viewing violent skinhead culture in a new light. As hate rock bands merge into the mainstream heavy metal music arena, white supremacist leaders are coming to see the music as the most powerful recruiting tool to hit their movement in decades.








http://www.adl.org/resistance_records/introduction.asp

diggy
06-07-2009, 01:56 AM
In 1993, in the suburban Windsor, Ontario, bedroom of a 23-year-old neo-Nazi skinhead1 named George Burdi,



"Kill all the niggers and you gas all the jews
Kill a gypsy and a coloured too
You just killed a kike
Don't it feel right
Goodness gracious, darn right" -- From the hate rock song "Third Reich" by RaHoWa"






Resistance Records was born. Initially a fledgling, one-man hate-music distribution operation with a handful of album titles, the small company grew quickly into the number one distributor of skinhead music2 in the United States.
In 1997, Resistance Records was temporarily brought to its knees by both an American tax dispute and Canadian prosecution for distributing materials that promote hatred. But in 1998, Willis A. Carto, the anti-Semitic leader of Liberty Lobby, and his partner, Todd Blodgett, acquired the business and revived it. By the next year, however, Resistance changed hands again, this time purchased by William Pierce, founder and head of the anti-Semitic National Alliance and author of 1978's The Turner Diaries, the white power revolutionary blueprint thought to have inspired the Oklahoma City bombing.
With Resistance Records forging ahead as arguably the most lucrative hate enterprise in the country, old-school racists are viewing violent skinhead culture in a new light. As hate rock bands merge into the mainstream heavy metal music arena, white supremacist leaders are coming to see the music as the most powerful recruiting tool to hit their movement in decades.








http://www.adl.org/resistance_records/introduction.asp

Have you notice this is allowed though?

White men could belong to racist groups and spew hatred and they are allowed to walk the streets.

When a non-white does this, they are said to belong to a terrorist organization and are prosecuted.

White supremacy is allowed to exist by the law.

PALEFORCE
06-07-2009, 02:25 AM
fuck thier laws, its bigger then black and white.

LORD NOSE
06-07-2009, 10:38 AM
what was rock and roll before this though ?

why is it heavy metal now ?

whats going on with Hip Hop ?

have yall seen Eminems new video ?

the blood and the murder


why ?

diggy
06-07-2009, 04:37 PM
Oppression?

LORD NOSE
06-09-2009, 02:01 AM
parasitic behavior