Toledo police plan layout for National Socialist Movement's rally
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Toledo Police have devised a tentative setup for the planned National Socialist Movement rally in downtown Toledo next month, which calls for both police and a boulevard to be between members of the group and the public.

The rally, slated for 3:30 p.m. April 18, also will close a significant portion of downtown to vehicle and pedestrian traffic and will be secured by several area law enforcement agencies. Streets, including parts of Adams, Superior, North Michigan, North Erie, and Beech, will begin to close to vehicles and pedestrians at 11 a.m. April 18. Street parking will shut down the night before.

Members of the public who come to watch the rally, or to protest against it, will be let in to a designated area, just south of Jackson Boulevard between North Erie and North Huron, at 2:30 p.m. The rally is scheduled to begin at 3:30 p.m. in front of One Government Center. The National Socialist Movement has a two-hour permit, police say. No backpacks, purses, or signs on posts will be allowed into the area.

Police will form a line separating protesters from the neo-Nazis.

Police said the top priority is public safety, and they said they will be prepared if the crowd becomes unruly. Units from Toledo Police, Lucas County Sheriff’s Office, and the Ohio State Highway Patrol will be present, as well as officers from Ottawa and Wood counties.

Toledo police said plans for the rally are tentative and could change as the event nears.

The SPLC is a worthless organization and has way to much time and money on their hands.
Most of these groups or chapters in New Jersey are not even here anymore.
The Advanced White Society has been the most active in NJ since 2012.

They actually did pretty good by us in this interview.

The Advanced White Society, described in the report as a White Nationalist group, was cited with a base in Pemberton Township.
Founder Jason Hiecke, born and raised in New Jersey, turned the tables around and referred to SPLC as “the largest hate organization in the United States.”
“They portray anybody that does not fall under their beliefs, or conform to them, as a hate group,” Hiecke said. “Why should we be considered a hate organization because we want to look out for the advancement of our own race?”
Hiecke said his group believes every race should have the right to prosper “without outside influence of other races.”
According to the report’s map, three groups reside in Pemberton, including the two mentioned above, as well as a “racist skinhead” group known as AC Skins. However, Chief of Police David Jantas said his department has no interaction with these groups.
“I cannot deny their existence, but I can tell you that with Pemberton being as diverse as it is, we don’t get a lot of activity here,” he said.
Months ago, the department received numerous complaints from residents regarding the distribution of flyers that pushed a “distasteful, white agenda,” but Jantas said no crime was committed.

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Ben Carson is a retired neurosurgeon. He's also a presidential candidate.

And in a recent GQ article, Doctor Carson called President Barrack Obama, a “psychopath.” He also described America as being like “Nazi Germany.” But before anyone who appreciates the 'external' attributes of National Socialism in an erstwhile historical context, that's not quite what Carson meant.

“I don't care about political correctness. You know, you had a government using its tools to intimidate the population. We now live in a society where people are afraid to say what they actually believe."

Also according to the Business Insider article written by Colin Campbell, “Carson reportedly compared Syrian civil war to the racially charged riots in Ferguson, Missouri....” When visiting the disputed Golan Heights territory that is currently under Israeli control, “an Israeli soldier told him the Islamist fighters are from Morocco and Europe instead of Syria. Carson said the US had the same problem of outside 'troublemakers' stirring up violence.”

"It's just like the troublemakers in Ferguson," Carson replied.

Does Doctor Carson know something some people are want to admit...that anarchists and communists are stirring the heated racial 'pot' in Mid-America?

Maybe it's just a few of Eric Holder's “damn punk”s creating trouble in Ferguson. Or, maybe it was “tools to intimidate the population.”
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