Another day, another rake stepped on by Jonathan Greenblatt of the ADL. Usually they don’t mention any populist political activists, but today they had to go out and do this.
Antisemitic extremist groups continue using Twitter to organize and share propaganda. Prominent members of the white supremacist-led National Justice party are actively sharing antisemitic and racist content and also provide links to extremist platforms.
National Justice Party?
Moike? How could you do such a thing?
It was bad enough when we found out you were banging all those trannies. But talking back to God’s Chosen? That’s just a bridge too far for me, my wife, and my wife’s son.
Tony? Was it the skyline chili?
Moike new about your weakness for cheese that’s 85% plastic by volume. He plied you with those four day old refried beans, didn’t he? You can tell me Tony I’m here for you.
Tell me that at least our favourite LGBTQ+ friendly family had no part of this.
Well look, to be attacked by the ADL is to be endorsed by God. To that end we must rename the NJP. It is no longer the National Justice Party. It is now the Holy National Justice Party, or Holy NJP, a blessing they now share with the goyim defense league.
The past two years have seen a significant increase in extremist related incidents both nationwide and in the state of Florida. These incidents have been driven, in part, by widespread disinformation and conspiracy theories which have animated extremists and fueled antisemitism. The result: unrest and violence, from the January 6 insurrection to white supremacist activity to a spike in hate crimes.
In Florida, new white supremacist groups have formed, including White Lives Matter, Sunshine State Nationalists, NatSoc Florida and Florida Nationalists, while existing neo-Nazi and accelerationist groups have broadened their audience both online and on the ground activities. Other extremist groups such as Oath Keepers and the Proud Boys have shifted their strategies to focus on the local level, disrupting school board meetings and even running for political office.
Godspeed all ye merry gentlemen. May the light of the seven shine upon you.
- Florida is home to an extensive, interconnected network of white supremacists and other far-right extremists. This network, which often collaborates in planning and executing propaganda distribution campaigns, banner drops and in-person demonstrations, includes the White Lives Matter (WLM) network, the antisemitic Goyim Defense League (GDL), the New Jersey European Heritage Association (NJEHA), NSDAP (named after the Nazi Party of Germany), the neo-Nazi Sunshine State Nationalists (SSN), NatSoc Florida (NSF) and the National Socialist Movement (NSM). Many of the individuals in this network, which includes dozens, attend events organized by multiple groups giving each group an outsized appearance.
- In the state of Florida, an overlapping network of white supremacists has emerged—with the antisemitic Goyim Defense League (GDL) at its center. This network, which often collaborates in planning and executing propaganda distribution campaigns, banner drops, and in-person demonstrations, also includes White Lives Matter (WLM), the New Jersey European Heritage Association (NJEHA), NSDAP (named after the Nazi Party of Germany), Sunshine State Nationalists (SSN), NatSoc Florida (NSF) and the National Socialist Movement (NSM). More information on these groups is provided below.
Seems scary. Tell me more about these Aryan Supreemacists, Mr. Greenblatt.
Goyim Defense League (GDL): GDL, a loose network of antisemitic provocateurs, have established a significant presence in Florida, including Dominic Di Giorgio, who helped launch the network’s video streaming platform and the GDL’s online store. Led by Jon Minadeo II of Petaluma, California, GDL’s overarching goal is to cast aspersion on Jews and spread antisemitic myths and conspiracy theories. In the state of Florida, GDL overlaps with a network of white supremacists and antisemites that routinely distribute propaganda and hold small street actions.
In May 2021, the GDL led an antisemitic “Name the Nose” tour in central and south Florida, which consisted of 15 straight days of antisemitic stunts including demonstrations outside Jewish institutions, banner drops and propaganda distributions. They also drove around in a van covered in antisemitic and white supremacist symbols, slurs and phrases while shouting profanity-laced slurs from the windows.
Oh gawd no. Not the nose naming. If you can stomach the thought of more of this hate mongering you can find the holy goyim defense league here on telegram.