white supremacy

New Zealand Mosque Shootings: White Extremist Terrorism and the Internet

2019-03-23T12:12:37-04:00March 21st, 2019|Blog|

(AP Photo/Mark Baker) Cult Mind Control is Being Used on the Internet to Radicalize On Friday, March 15, 2019, 50 people were left dead in a mass shooting at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. These terrorist attacks should be a wake-up call for every person on the planet. White supremacy hate groups are recruiting online and the danger is international. It is not a phenomenon limited to one city, state or country. Extremists are being manufactured online every day. Former members of these groups are willing to help with preventive education, as well as, intervention work, but [...]

Ideas for Combating Hate Speech and Violence

2018-12-13T20:41:31-04:00October 29th, 2018|Blog|

The massacre of 11 innocent Jews in the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania last Sabbath by a hateful, disturbed man is a wake-up call for everyone who loves freedom. I attended my own synagogue that morning and experienced a wonderful Bar Mitzvah where the dvar, taught by the thirteen-year-old, was about intelligent disobedience and how Abraham had failed his test by God when agreeing to sacrifice his beloved son, Isaac. Instead of Abraham using his critical thinking skills and following his heart and his conscience, he was prepared to offer his son as a sacrifice because God [...]

Former leader of white supremacy group and docuseries exposing hate needs to be aired!

2018-12-16T19:57:06-04:00August 14th, 2017|Blog|

Meet my friend, Arno Michaelis. He founded a hate band and was responsible for recruiting people into the cult of white supremacists. Like me, he has left that, and dedicated himself to educating people and helping people exit terrorist hate groups. Check out this Youtube video: Arno Michaelis · My Life After Hate: From There to Here After you watch this, here he is being interviewed on The View. In the second part of the View, Sikh Pardeep Kaleka and Arno talk about their work together. Pardeep's father, the President of a Sikh Temple in Minnesota was [...]