“White nationalist hate group” Stormfront members are praising the terrorist attack by Joseph Stack on the Austin, Texas IRS building on February 18, 2010. The terrorist attack resulted in the death of a black American Vernon Hunter, who was an IRS employee and a Vietnam veteran.
Stormfront members have a history of seeking mass-casualty terrorist attacks against black Americans and Barack Obama, praising a terrorist who attacked the United States as a “martyr,” committing violence against police, reportedly calling for assassination of Barack Obama, praising the 9/11 terrorists, and defending Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh.
In the case of the Austin terror attack by Joseph Stack on February 18 that resulted in the murder of black American Vernon Hunter, Stormfront members repeatedly praised terrorist Stack as a “hero,” a “minuteman,” called for him to get a Nazi medal of honor, and called for a holiday in his honor.
In addition, they called for more and larger terrorist attacks on U.S. IRS and federal buildings, urging others to direct attacks towards Washington DC, hopefully with “bigger planes” in the future.
They mocked Vernon Hunter’s death as “an early retirement” and laughed that “there are no innocent IRS employees.” The were pleased that “goyim” had picked “the proper targets for retribution,” and believed that “someone is likely to take on” the media, banks, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) in the next terrorist attacks.
They urged others to terrorism, asking “why wait to die?” They quoted Adolf Hitler and Mein Kampf, and called for “death to the ZOG beast!”
Specific comments in praise of the Austin terrorist attack from members of the “white nationalist hate group” Stormfront, included comments (shown as screen shots) such as:
In addition, one Stormfront member “Suepeace” who has a “Stormfront radio show,” referenced an ABC article that mentioned Stormfront members’ praise for Joseph Stack, stating “Thanks for the free publicity.” “Suepeace” goes on to state in another posting on Stormfront “No such thing as bad publicity.”
Right above her posting thanking ABC for its article on Stormfront’s praise of the terrorist attack in Austin, Texas, was an advertisement for Stormfront leader Derek Black’s radio show on WPBR-AM in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Last week, Stormfront was promoting the “American Renaissance” conference in the Washington DC area that was canceled.
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