Nazis with wheatpaste target Fenway, Brockton

Nazi flier on Boylston Street

Somebody with some anti-immigrant fliers and a bucket of wheatpaste was busy overnight plastering anti-immigrant posters in the area of Berklee College. An outraged local, Erin Kane, promptly tore down the ones she saw on Boylston Street, at Hemenway Street and Mass Ave.

You can see a bit more of the flier in a photo of one distributed in Brockton.

The fliers are the work of one of those splinter Nazi groups that popped up, as they sometimes do, in a split with another Nazi splinter group, since American Nazis don't tend to play well together.

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Nationalists are not Americans

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Native Americans are real Americans.

Go away immigrant fascists. Leave our people alone.

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R.I.P. Me

The Night of the Wrong Wives.

Had not heard that one before.

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Do you understand how hyperlinks work?

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If not, I'm sure somebody can explain them to you. But assuming you didn't just awaken after a 20-year slumber, click on the links in last paragraph of the original post.

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Yes royalty I saw a link that

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Yes royalty I saw a link that was to some organization I never heard of and wonder of the validity. It seemed like another amature blogger like yourself.

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You've never heard of the ADL?

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Would you prefer a link to what the Southern Poverty Law Center has written about them? Because I have one of those as well. Or let's just cut to the chase and you tell me the organizations you've heard of ...

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Amature

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Sheesh, I came here for the armature blog posts but I guess I'll have to go somewhere else to find out about sculpture supports.

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There it is

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The most predictable comment in the history of the Internet. Just amazed he didn't sign his name to it.

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Come on, Donny!

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Walter Sobchak: Oh, come on, Donny, they were threatening castration! Are we gonna split hairs here? Am I wrong?

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OK, gang

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Sorry, but resident lefty editor here has decided: This is not the place to debate immigration. Go yell "WALL!" someplace else. These were not Republicans making a point about WALL! These were, literally, Nazis who want to see Jews and non-whites killed. If you have a point to make about that, by all means, although I admit that if your point is you agree with those Nazis, I will delete those comments as well.

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Brockton too

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I found one (and immediately tore it down) on rt. 27 and west st in Brockton.

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And your doing so

And your doing so was protected speech. At least, in my opinion it was.

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14 stickers on Mass Ave last month

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Gallery of stickers below: https://imgur.com/a/iNTGF2q

I found 14 of these "It's Okay to be white" (A common white supremacist dog whistle) stickers up and down Mass Ave from corner of Boylston all the way across the Mass ave bridge. Low quality paper, someone made them on a home printer, scratched them all out with my keys. Missed my train that day but I don't want ANYONE to feel unwelcome in my town. This was around the 10th of November.

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Actually, the ability to detect dog whistles

does not make you the dog. It just means you're smarter than the dipshits who are trying to fool you. To be fair, outsmarting American Nazis is about as hard as confusing a goldfish. They're half-wits, and their personal hygiene is unspeakable.

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...

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I want this printed on a fortune cookie fortune, non-ironicly.

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14?

Going to guess that the was an intentional number. Fucking nazi trash.

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I got this strange feeling

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Those are just the ones I found, I don't think they are that cunning. But I have this odd feeling that they were printed on a sheet with 8x2 labels for an inkjet printer, so I am worried I might have missed two. Luckily these labels were cheap and not glossy, the scratched out ones all dissolved in the rain a few days later.

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