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Old June 16th, 2019 #57
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Default "White & Proud!" Leaflet in San Antonio

Another anti-White café owner "furious, confused" by NEW ORDER "White & Proud!" leaflet.

Apparently, the mere thought of White people having pride in their ancestors and in not hating themselves triggers anti-White types.

San Antonio business owner 'furious, confused' after Neo-Nazi letter sent to coffee shop -

San Antonio business owner 'furious, confused' after Neo-Nazi letter sent to coffee shop

Madalyn Mendoza , June 14, 2019 Updated: June 14, 2019 3:29 p.m.

A letter from a neo-Nazi group landed in the mailbox of San Antonio's Folklores Coffee House, the South Side business owner says.

Co-owner Tatu Herrera told the letter from New Order was received Friday.

Herrera posted a photo of the letter emblazoned with swastikas and a header that reads "White and Proud!" to the business' Facebook page.

"I'm not really sure what to write, I'm furious, confused, a little bit of everything. I'm not sure if this is a joke or what but a couple of things," Herrera said in the post. "I don't put up with racism, 2nd you sent it to a business and addressed to business that obviously has nothing to do with racism, Nazism, white power, none of it. 3rd, it's a way of intimidation, you're going about it the wrong way. This definitely isn't the way. Thanks for scaring our staff. #lovehasnofear"

Herrera said the letter contains information on how to "join the hate group." He said it has been reported to Southern Poverty Law Center, which is dedicated to "fighting hate and bigotry" through means of litigation, education and advocacy.

Milwaukee-based New Order is a successor to the American Nazi Party, which has Martin Kerr at the helm. In 2017, the group commemorated American Nazi Party founder George Lincoln Rockwell in Arlington, Va., according to The Washington Post.

At the time, Kerr said the gathering was to "test" that community's "commitment to diversity."

"We're very encouraged generally about the mood of the country," he told The Washington Post. "We think things are moving towards radicalization and polarization. I know a lot of people think polarization is a bad thing, but we don't. The more racial polarization, the better."

The San Antonio Police Department was unable to comment on the letter, since the verbiage was unclear from the photo and they have not been made aware of any report.

Michael Martinez, public information officer for the local United States Postal Inspection Service, said based off Herrera's description of the verbiage, the letter is not illegal and there is nothing that prohibits groups from sending those types of solicitations. Any mailed form of threats or extortion would be illegal, he said.
I don't know why the mainstream media keeps referring to mass-produced and mass-distributed leaflets as "letters," unless they are trying to falsely imply that there is something personal in mailing them to random businesses. Establishments owned by non-Whites are not being targeted: it's just that they are they ones who howl in anger when they receive one by chance.
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