November 8, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Suspicious Activity

AKRON, [OH]--Federal charges were filed Tuesday against a 26-year-old man who was carrying a pipe bomb just hours before a candlelight vigil for victims of White Supremacist attack was set to begin. “In the early evening of August 16, 2017, Akron Police officers began speaking with Elijah Blankenship in the area of Druid Walk, Akron, Ohio,” the FBI said in a news release. “Through the discussion with Blankenship it was determined that Blankenship possessed a folding knife in his waistband. An Ohio State Highway Patrol K-9 Officer and his partner approached the scene and alerted to Blankenship’s vehicle. Two packages of unknown powder substances, gunpowder and a pipe bomb were discove  

November 8, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

FLAGLER BEACH, [FL]--Residents say KKK fliers with hate-filled messages have been popping up in Flagler Beach. "The Jewish Liberal railroad to white extinction. You got to be kidding me," resident Tim O'Neil said while clutching one of the fliers. O'Neil lives off South Central Avenue and found the rolled up paper on his driveway Monday morning. "Everybody respects each other and for this to come into this town, it's just not a healthy situation," he said. O'Neil picked up a half dozen more along the street and dropped them off at the Flagler Beach Police Department. The fliers are from the Loyal White Knights of the KKK, the same group responsible for distributing fliers in Port Orange in   

November 8, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Doomsday Prepper

WATERVILLE, [ME]--The fear of the apocalypse is nothing new. From the infamous Y2K bug to the Mayan doomsday prophecy of 2012, people have spent a lot of time worrying about the end of the world as we know it. For many, this anxiety has only been amplified by recent events, as devastating hurricanes have struck the Americas and tension rises in U.S. politics– and in preparation for the next potentially apocalyptic event, people are turning to Maine for shelter. Sales of so-called “doomsday bunkers” near the coast of Maine have soared in the past few months, providing preppers with an underground safe house in which they can ride out the end of the world. Ron Hubbard, owner of the Atlas  

November 8, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

EAST GRAND RAPIDS, [MI]--Flyers promoting white supremacy were posted around East Grand Rapids over the weekend. Residents found the flyers on Sunday morning, Nov. 5. The leaflets were put on public and private property in the area. One sign read, "It's okay to be white," and another one read, "Should America protect it's white European heritage? If you think so, explore the alt-right." The flyers appear to have been hung by a Michigan alt-right organization, based on the links printed on the leaflets. East Grand Rapids' mayor Amna Seibold responded to the flyers on Sunday. Public safety officers removed the flyers that were posted on public property. When given permission, they also remov