After RAM Arrests, Kiked Out Federal Authorities Vow to Arrest More Men for Self-Defense in Charlottesville!

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
October 9, 2018

As we reported last week, four members of the MMA group Rise Against Movement (RAM) were arrested in California by federal authorities on “conspiracy to riot” charges in connection with the Charlottesville debacle.

You should read my article on it, it’s very detailed.

Mike’s Twitter thread was pretty good too.

But the short story is this:

ProPublica, a doxing group run by Jewish bankers used antifa dox to make a documentary demanding RAM be shut down, and the federal cops complied with the request.

Here’s the bit where the FBI agent filing the report literally quotes directly from a violent antifa blog.

They were arrested on the nonsensical theory that they went there to Charlottesville with the intent to riot, while in actual fact, the opposite is true: they went there to not riot.

Anyway, it’s total bullshit – the criminal complaint itself, written by a real life federal agent, cites verbosely from an antifa blog. That’s where we’re at now. Antifa is the greatest ally of the feds, helping them do research on their shared enemy: anyone who doesn’t bow down and worship the Jewish ruling elite.

Now, the feds are coming out and saying they’re going to start arresting more people.

Let’s see how many Jews the LA Times quotes to build up a case that these people are evil before divulging that they will be rounding up more political dissidents to burn at the stakes for defending themselves against a terrorist mob.

LA Times:

The Rise Above Movement, made up of about 20 members, is active online through mainstream social networking platforms, according to Joanna Mendelson, a senior investigative researcher for the Anti-Defamation League’s Center on Extremism in Los Angeles. The ADL began documenting the group, which presents itself on its website as the “premier MMA [mixed martial arts] club of the Alt-Right,” in 2016.

Although primarily headquartered in Southern California, especially in Orange and San Diego counties, the group has roamed the state, engaging in violence at political rallies in Huntington Beach, Berkeley and San Bernardino, prosecutors said.

These arrests signify a larger law enforcement concern into the activities of these white supremacist organizations operating in Southern California,” Mendelson said.

Although California is known as a liberal bastion, the state has long been a hub for white nationalism, said Brian Levin, director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at Cal State San Bernardino.

“You could have a whole treatise just on California hate,” Levin said.

Historically, California was “the symbol of manifest destiny,” he said. But modern-day white nationalists also bristle at California’s status as a melting pot and a testing ground for liberal ideas, holding it up as “the time-travel machine of what America must avoid.”

“California is one of those ground-zero places,” Levin said. “These new fragmented groups are looking to do in-your-face kind of stuff in blue places.”

Heidi Beirich, director of the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Intelligence Project, said California has long been a hotbed for racial extremism.

Members of the Rise Above Movement, she said, “think they’re holding onto the old California, which was white, which was conservative, which was male-run, which was connected to the military … and now that culture is being lost and they’re fighting to bring it back. In other words, it’s reactive.”

So three quotes from three Jews who run Jewish “anti-hate” groups are quoted. No one who agrees with RAM is quoted, they are not given any pretense of a hearing, simply declared evil for 1500 words.

Then we get to the end of the article…

Federal authorities said that during the course of the investigation, the FBI and the Virginia State Police waded through an “incredible” volume of digital evidence — more even than during the investigation of the Boston Marathon bombing.

“One of the reasons that this investigation took as long as it did — 13 months — is we had to sift through all of that material,” Cullen, the U.S. attorney, said. “We had to identify folks that were depicted in those photographs and those videos, understand who they were, who they were associated with, and marshal enough evidence where we felt comfortable we could bring this particular charge.

Cullen did not rule out additional arrests.

“We’re not finished,” he said. “I commit as the U.S. attorney that we’re going to follow every lead until we’re satisfied that we’ve done all we can do.”

And there it is: “we’re not finished.”

More arrests are coming.

And in all likelihood, it won’t just be RAM. It is going to be members of any group that was there that they are able to dox. And of course, it isn’t even the feds doing the doxing – they don’t have the ability to do that, or any impetus to – it is their allies the antifa, who are linked directly to the Jewish groups that the media quotes as if they are serious information sources, rather than the very people instigating this witch hunt.

So if you were there, and you defended yourself, then be aware that if you are still in the US, you might have an issue coming up.

Right now, the best thing we can do is focus on RAM, and trying to get them as much money as possible to defend themselves in court.

Right now, they are selling a sticker on their website for $10. They accept credit cards. Every one of you needs to go buy it.


That is their clothing company, the money goes to them directly.

You need to buy it not just for these four guys, but because we have to be able to show the fed filth – who are doing this to attack Trump and the GOP in the midterms as much as they are doing it to harm us – that they can’t simply lock us up on faked charges.

And these are fake charges. The feds know it. They want to make an example, to serve their Jew masters, and to get Charlottesville back in the headlines during the midterms.

The more solidarity we show with them, the better of a position we’re all in, and the less likely they are to move on more people.

Buy a few of them.

Also, just to be clear, RAM are not and were not wignats (wigger nationalists) or jugnats (Juggalo Nationalists) like Matt Heimbach. They have good optics. And were totally on-board with not seeing what happened in Charlottesville repeated. Which, presumably, is why they’re being targeted.