The anti-white nature of the US establishment is clearly demonstrated with the fact that violent prison gangs with white members using monikers such as “Filthy Führer” are openly declared “white supremacists” by the US Government - but nonwhite gangs using names such as “Black Guerilla Family Gang” are never described as “black supremacists.”
The obvious and deliberate tactic of using white criminals to smear by association those who seek to prevent the extermination of the white race with criminals is apparent in two recent official press releases issued by the US Department of Justice.
The first, issued on March 27, 2019, was headlined “Multi-Agency Investigation Results in Charges Against 18 Members and Associates of Violent White Supremacist Gang.”
The statement went on to say that “multiple members and associates of a white supremacist gang known as the 1488s, have been arrested and charged for their alleged roles in a racketeering enterprise involving narcotics distribution, firearms trafficking, and acts of violence including murder, assault, and kidnapping.”
The indictment said that “Filthy Fuhrer, (formerly Timothy Lobdell), 42; Roy Naughton, aka “Thumper,” 40; Glen Baldwin, aka “Glen Dog,” 37; Craig King, aka “Oakie,” 53; Beau Cook, 32; and Colter O’Dell, 26, have each been charged with murder in aid of racketeering, kidnapping in aid of racketeering, assault in aid of racketeering, kidnapping, and conspiracy to commit assault and kidnapping in aid of racketeering.”
Two other key members, Nicholas M. Kozorra, aka “Beast,” 29, and Dustin J. Clowers, 34, previously pleaded guilty to murder in aid of racketeering in recently unsealed court documents.
“The highest priority of the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the District of Alaska, which is consistent with the priorities of the Attorney General of the United States, is to stop violent crime,” said U.S. Attorney Bryan Schroder. “We will focus on chronic violent offenders, including criminals who unify through racial hatred and commit violent crimes.”
White criminals using racial gang monikers are always “white supremacists” according to the US Department of Justice.
“While the violent crimes these individuals are charged with are certainly serious in and of themselves, their affiliation in support of a white supremacy enterprise is of even greater concern,” said Special Agent in Charge Jeffery Peterson of FBI’s Anchorage Division—in other words, the vicious crimes these criminals committed is not as important as the fact that they used names such as “Filthy Fuhrer” or “1488.”
The second DOJ press release, issued on March 12, 2019, headlined “Leader In The Black Guerilla Family Gang Sentenced To 35 Years In Federal Prison For Racketeering Conspiracy, Including Authorizing Murder,” detailed the sentencing of Shawn Thomas, a/k/a Bucky, age 38, of Baltimore, Maryland, to 35 years in federal prison for participating in a racketeering conspiracy, as a leader in the Black Guerilla Family (BGF) gang.
Despite the obvious intent the name: the “Black Guerilla” moniker, the US DOJ refused to label them “violent black supremacists” and instead just referred to them as “criminals.”