A white supremacist website is urging its followers to attack the Jews of Whitefish, Montana.
On Friday, fascist website Daily Stormer founder, Andrew Anglin, published a piece of hate-filled propaganda calling on neo-Nazis to harass local Jewish people for reportedly causing harm to the real estate business of Richard Spencer’s mother.
Spencer is a white nationalist, creator of the term “alt-right” and founder of the so-called National Policy Institute — a “think tank” that spreads sentiments of white supremacy and believes welcoming immigrants and diversity is equal to white genocide.
He is also the one who staged a conference in Washington, D.C. last month saluting Hitler and is also considering running for the Congress.
The allegations about Jews destroying his mother’s business are, of course, false.
Last week, Spencer’s mother, Sherry, complained her business in Montana was suffering because many of the locals do not like her son’s neo-Nazi views. She said that she does not agree with the “extreme positions espoused by Richard” yet in the same breath claimed, her property was used as the headquarters for the NPI.
She then accused civil rights group “Love Lives Here” of deliberately damaging her business. The peace organization had denied the allegations and its co-founder Ina Albertput told ABC, “I don’t know what she’s talking about.”
However, the denial did not pacify white nationalists and on Friday, Anglin called for action against the “vicious, evil, hate-filled” Jews who had targeted Sherry.
The man cited a Daily Mail article where Sherry complained the locals were forcing her to sell her business all because they disagreed with her son. Even though the article does not mention any religion, the Daily Stormer called on his readers to target Jews, calling them “people without shame.”
The post include photos of members of Jewish organization (calling them derogatory names like “slut” and “fa****”) imprinted with yellow stars and the word “Jude”— just as they used to mark Jews in the World War II era.
However, it became extremely dangerous as it was accompanied by the people’s phone number, addresses and social media accounts. A picture of a member’s young son was also published.
The Southern Poverty Law Center called Anglin “a prolific Internet troll and serial harasser.”
However, this isn’t the first time the Daily Stormer has lied about a fact.
In November, the website targeted New Balance shoes, calling them the “uniform of white people” and when the athletic wear company denied the allegations, Daily Stormer said New Balance's social media accounts were hacked.