November 26, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Anarchist Movement

ATLANTA, [GA]--Some southeast Atlanta business owners are vowing to step up security after anarchists took credit for recent acts of vandalism. Vandals hit several businesses Thursday morning. A local anarchist group said they vandalized the businesses to protest gentrification in Cabbagetown. Jared Erickson owns the Brother Moto coffee shop on Memorial Drive and said he found white paint on his business. He said surveillance video shows vandals targeting his building. The owner of Sock Fancy, a retailer next door to Brother Moto, said the vandals shattered his windows. The business owners said they filed police reports and the video has been turned over to police. View More>>  

November 26, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Domestic Extremism

UNITED STATES, [US]--In the days before he walked into Charleston’s Mother Emanuel church with a gun and murdered nine people, Dylann Roof put together a manifesto. It was a bizarre, rambling tract loaded with racial and political animus, much of it cribbed from white-supremacist groups with ties to South Carolina’s Republican establishment. Roof ’s manifesto was reminiscent of a similar document penned in 2008 by a conservative Tennessee man named Jim David Adkisson. Adkisson was enraged by the looming nomination of a black man as the Democratic candidate for the presidency. In July 2008, Adkisson walked into a Unitarian Universalist church in downtown Knoxville during a performance   

November 26, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Suspicious Activity

MORRISTOWN, [NJ]--Vandals struck five New Jersey churches with predominantly black congregations this weekend — incidents that police are investigating as possible hate crimes. The perpetrators destroyed the outside of the buildings overnight from Friday into Saturday, including shattering a stained glass window and damaging or breaking exterior signs, according to prosecutors. Authorities are looking into the episodes as bias crimes, which is New Jersey’s version of a hate crime, events it defines as “an offense with the purpose to intimidate an individual or group of individuals because of race, color, religion, gender, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression,