Map of terrorist events committed by Nazis/White Supremacists/White Nationalists in the U.S. since 2001. Graphic: FashMaps

29 January 2018 (FashMaps) – This map is a collection of terrorist events committed by Nazis/White Supremacists/White Nationalists since 2001, in which their acts were motivated by their violent ideologies. It lists the events, number of people killed, and the narrative of the event.

The Nazi/White Supremacist/White Nationalist ideology promotes violence against all people not seen as white, and “race traitors,” those who do not subscribe to their ideology and/or actively fight against it who are themselves of Anglo/European descent.

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White Supremacist Terror Attacks Since 2001

10 comments :

  1. Anonymous said...

    Fascist maps? Looks like they forgot 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington D.C.  

  2. Anonymous said...

    Oh, and you should also read this: http://fashmaps.com/fan-mail/

    Scary f'n people in this world. That first guy needs to be disarmed and locked up, asap.  

  3. Anonymous said...

    Nikolaus Cruz, the young man in the most recent shooting is Hispanic/Cuban. It has also been proven that his supposed ties to a White Supremacist organization was a hoax. It has already been debunked by the sheriffs office. Not that he couldn't be a bigot, he certainly could be, but for him to be listed in a "white supremacist" attack on this map is spurious.  

  4. Jim said...

    The claim of Cruz's involvement with white-nationalist group Republic of Florida is disputable, but it was made by the group's leader, Jordan Jereb, himself, in multiple interviews. See, for example, 'We can find no evidence': Police dispute white supremacist's claim that school shooter Nikolas Cruz was a member of their nationalist group.

    The media entities most strongly pushing the "hoax" theory are Breitbart and Fox News, so as usual with these "alt-right" propaganda outlets, it's reasonable to assume that the opposite is true.  

  5. Jim said...

    Also, it's obvious why Breitbart and Fox are eager to distance Cruz from Trump and the alt-right: Did the Florida Shooter's Instagram Profile Picture Feature a MAGA Hat? The answer, of course, is "yes".  

  6. Anonymous said...

    Well, it is odd that he would be a white supremacist. I guess stranger things have happened.  

  7. Jim said...

    It's odd for sure. He's obviously one seriously confused guy. I attended a Prayer Patriots rally a few months ago, with Joey Gibson speaking. The rally featured a Hawaiian guy, who was invited to join the group, and he extolled the virtues of the organization and its focus on love. Go figure.  

  8. Anonymous said...

    Odd? I'm not so sure. White supremacist are well known for their blind hatred. And now, so are Trump supporters. They don't use logic, reason or common sense anymore, but they do use racism, bigotry and xenophobia to spout their propaganda. Both groups exhibit many of the exact same views, in fact, the vast majority of their views are in perfect alignment. And our idiot President continues to support them.

    Jim, is this you in the background?

    https://static.seattletimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/205221_protest_06_150209-1560x1040.jpg  

  9. Jim said...

    Heh, no I was at the event last year, right after Charlottesville.  

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