Monday, April 30, 2012

The Reality of the 14 Words

"We must secure the existence of our people and a future for White Children"

The quote above is from convicted terrorist, the late David Lane. One can't swing a cat by the tail without hitting a bonehead who hasn't committed this line to memory or who hasn't signed a letter, email, blog post, greeting card, etc with "14" at one point. Every bonehead knows what it means.

Which isn't the same as actually believing or living it.

We alluded to this before and though we had considered including again when we posted Kyle McKee's Facebook comments on Sunday, it just didn't seem to fit.

So we thought we would post it here now as a reminder of what the "WN" movement is really about.


We would like you to keep in mind that at the same time he posted this on his Facebook profile, it had been something like 2 years since he had any contact with his daughter (we might also assume then that he didn't contribute to her welfare financially either).

The reality of the "White Nationalist" movement in a nutshell.

We have another reason for re-posting this.

There is a person who has been leaving comments alluding to McKee's parenting (or lack of it). We think we have an idea who you are and would be interested in corresponding with you. Our email address can be found on the blog on the left hand side under the profile picture.

We Can Be Such Children!

.... but we can live with that.







Happy Dead Hitler Day, one of the few deaths we will happily commemorate.

Sunday, April 29, 2012

Secret Facebook Posts: A Disturbing Glimpse into the Thoughts of Kyle McKee

Although we are troubled (an understatement) that Kyle McKee's actions harmed more people, we are cautiously optimistic that these same actions, as well as the weapons charges, will result in a lengthy prison sentence this time.

Over the course of the past year and a half, we have been privy to McKee's activities on Facebook. And while we've always known that McKee was a dangerous individual, his posts on his own Facebook profile have resulted in some significant actions on our part which we will not discuss at this point in time.

However, as he is now in remand and likely to remain there and, if found guilty of the most recent charges levelled against him, will remain in custody for a significant amount of time, we have decided to share some of the screen shots that we were able to grab.

We first start, as we often do, with McKee's relationship with Paul Fromm:


Thursday, April 26, 2012

Supreme Court Won't Hear Tremaine's Appeal

Terry Tremaine being honoured by fellow racist Paul Fromm

I'll see what more about this I can find about this story.

Reading it, is does seem to strengthen Human Rights legislation.

Terry Tremaine Neo-Nazi case won’t be heard by Supreme Court, Human Rights Tribunal ruling stands

  Apr 26, 2012 – 1:49 PM ET

OTTAWA — Canada’s top court will not hear an appeal in a case involving a neo-Nazi leader’s web postings that could have determined the power of Canada’s quasi-judicial human rights tribunals.

Regina’s Terry Tremaine, the head of the National-Socialist Party of Canada and a former university math lecturer, was found in contempt of court by the Federal Court of Appeal in November 2011 for refusing to remove web postings he made about blacks, Jews and First Nations people.

He had previously flouted a ruling by the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal that found his postings were hate speech and ordered that he stop posting discriminatory messages and pay a $4,000 fine.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

The Devil You Know?

Following the Alberta election, I really do have to admit some surprise at the outcome.

Okay, a lot of surprise.

Like many, I fully expected the 41 year PC dynasty to end last night. Of course, we now know how wrong the polls were.

But looking back perhaps we shouldn't be too surprised?

After all, a significant portion of Alberta electors were undecided even as the Wildrose took a commanding lead among those who had decided. Evidently, most decided to go with the devil they knew.

And we can't discount the controversies that emerged out of the campaign, such as this, and this and this.

We aren't going to rejoice that the Progressive Conservatives are going to extend their 41 year rule of the province of Alberta, but we are going to be thankful for our friends in Alberta that they will not be under the yolk of Wildrose either.

We can also be thankful that Ted Morton lost his seat. Easily the most conservative member of the PC family (and someone who would have been at home in the Wildrose Party), his departure might move the PCs more to the center.

And we are also thankful for this from our friends at Free Dominion:

Alberta Election Results.....

Their tears of rage and anguish nourish us. If we could, we would lick them from their faces and call it sweet ambrosia.

Still, this doesn't mean our friends in Alberta shouldn't work at putting a real alternative in power next time. There's something a bit incestuous about having a very conservative party in power with an even more conservative (perhaps reactionary) party as the Official Opposition.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Paul Fromm: The Veil of Respectability Slips a Little More

You know it's amazing what a few weeks off will do for one's mental well-being. On April 1 when I announced I was taking a break from the blog, I really wasn't intending on coming back, at least not any time soon. But after a weak of tanning, reading, and drinking, I felt a lot better. And when I returned from my vacation, I learned that Kyle McKee, Bernie Miller, and one other dude had been arrested.

So I'm back. Miss me?

One person (among the many I'm sure) who hasn't missed me is Paulie. I wanted to send him a note of Facebook letting hims know I was back, but sadly, found only this:

The page you requested was not found.

You may have clicked an expired link or mistyped the address. Some web addresses are case sensitive.
  • Return home
  • Go back to the previous page
Tsk, so soon after being purged the last time. Paulie is going to be mighty angry.

We expect that Paulie will be back again, but I thought I would share with our dear readers some of the wit and wisdom posted to his profile before he was most recently, and unceremoniously, dumped by Facebook again.

Friday, April 20, 2012

Kyle McKee Denied Bail

Okay, it isn't at all surprising that McKee has been denied bail considering the severity of the charges and his past history of running from the police. But this section is interesting to us:

There was a court-ordered publication ban on the evidence and arguments heard during the bail hearing as well as on the reasons for the judge’s decision.

Curious. His history of running would be enough to deny him bail, but there must be something especially juicy if there's already a publication ban on the evidence, the arguments heard to keep him in jail, and the reasons for the decision.

We have some suspicions why (more educated guesses) though we are more than likely not correct and, even if we were, we wouldn't publish them so as not to violate the ban.

Still, we're very interested to learn what's up.

Bail denied for white supremacist leader

By ,Edmonton Sun
First posted: | Updated:

Bail was denied Friday for white supremacist group leader Kyle McKee on charges for an allegedly racially motivated attack in Mill Woods and a stash of guns in Calgary.

McKee, a 26-year-old Calgary man, sought bail while making his first appearance in Edmonton’s Provincial Court.

Extremism in Wildrose

Well, what our newest member lacks in total post, he certainly makes up in impact.

Naberius200's article on Link Byfield's association with white supremacist Paul Fromm has resulted in more than 3000 hits since it was published, becoming the third most viewed article on this blog in only a little over 2 weeks. No doubt that is in large part due to the interest in the upcoming provincial election which, for the first time in more than 40 years, is actually a contest. The most recent poll numbers we've read place Wild Rose 7 points higher than the Progressive Conservatives, a dynasty that has ruled the province since 1971. While it appears that Wildrose is poised to form the next government, a significant percentage of the provinces electors are still uncertain.

Recent statements by some Wildrose candidates might give some Albertans cause for some concern.

* Our friend Harry doesn't believe that Link Byfield himself harbours racist views himself (though even if that is true, we think that any association with Paul Fromm should result in electors questioning one's judgment) but an examination of other candidates indicate a worrisome lack of tolerance:

* UPDATE: Not wishing to misquote Harry, we include the full text of his post here now:

I know someone very well who used to work for Mr. Byfield at his magazine, and according to them, racism was not tolerated in that workplace, despite whatever views were held or expressed.

Fromm gets around quite a bit, and has made a career out of misrepresenting himself to others and hitching his wagon to "freedom and right wing patriotic causes" so I would hesitate at tarring Mr. Byfield just because he was seen sharing a podium with Fromm. 


Ron Leech: “I think as a Caucasian I have an advantage... When different community leaders such as a Sikh leader or a Muslim leader speaks, they really speak to their own people in many ways. As a Caucasian, I believe that I can speak to all the community.”

Allan Hunsperger: “You can live the way you were born, and if you die the way you were born, then you will suffer the rest of eternity in the lake of fire, hell, a place of eternal suffering.”

Hunsperger also thinks public eduction is godless because of efforts to protect gay youth from being bullied. Nice guy.

And these are just a few of the candidates we could look at.

One might think that the leader might want to step in and say these views are not representative of the Party.

Unless you're Danielle Smith, in which case these comments are absolutely fine. Given their human rights platform, perhaps we shouldn't be surprised?

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

More on McKee and Excuses for Assault

The Edmonton Police Service posted the following earlier today:

EPS Hate Crimes Unit arrest Blood and Honour members

For Immediate Release:17-Apr-2012 @ 9:16 AM
MRU #:12R57
EPS File #:
The EPS has arrested two members and one associate of a white supremacist group for a recent attack on two Edmonton males. 

On March 24, 2012, two males were assaulted outside of a Mill Woods liquor store, in a racially-motivated attack.

Kyle McKee, Bernie Miller, and Others: Charged With Assault

Come on! You think I wouldn't come back for this?

White supremacists arrested over Edmonton racial attack
By ,Edmonton Sun
First posted:


Kyle McKee in Jail

Nosferatu200 was a lot better at keeping up on this stuff than I am.

Kyle McKee has been in the Calgary Edmonton Remand Centre since at least April 12. Not sure why yet but there is likely a laundry list of reasons.

I'll try to let you all know the reason as soon as I can.

Wednesday, April 04, 2012

Byfield "Linked" To Extremist

That view [that white people have a disproportionate share of power] is based on the error that all people are equal. Blacks are on the whole less intelligent than whites. - Paul Fromm

Oh hi. First a brief introduction. I was asked by a vampire to make an occasional post while she was on hiatus. I picked the name "Naberius200" because Nos has this weird obsession with names that start with the letter "n" and the number 200. Who knows why? In any case, like the other members of the Collective (and I guess I can count myself in that number now) I'll try to keep the joint alive while Nos is on her well deserved break.

So I tried to think of an appropriate first post, and I realized that since there's an election out in Alberta, I might as well start with that.

I noticed while looking at the list of candidates for the Wildrose Party that a name jumped out at me.

Link Byfield is running in the constituency of Barrhead-Morinville-Westlock. He has been a long-time player in conservative politics in Alberta having been the editor and publisher of Alberta Report for 18 years (the magazine went under 2003). He became a, "senator in waiting" in 2004 and ran unsuccessfully in Whitecourt-Ste. Anne in the 2008 Alberta provincial election. Now in 2012 he's taking another stab at elected office. Here he is with Wildrose Party leader Danielle Smith.


Mr. Byfield, someone who's views are considered by many people to not be very mainstream in and of themselves, has also been associated with people much less photogenic and mainstream as Ms. Smith.

Sunday, April 01, 2012

"Nosferatu200" is Taking a Break

And no, this isn't an April Fools prank.

I'm speaking for myself right now and not for the other members of the Collective. I'm stepping away from the blog for a while. I don't know for how long I'll be gone. It might be a week or a month or longer. I have no idea. I might even decide to come back tomorrow.

But as of now, I need a break. Badly.

For years I have willingly immersed myself in a violent subculture and subjected myself to some of the worst of humanity, exposing myself to a steady diet of negativity which, will inevitably, take a toll on a person.

So I'm taking a vacation. It might be a short one, or it might be a long one. Time will tell.

There are other members of the Collective who may keep thing going, though they also have very busy lives and might not post as frequently.

But just to make it very clear, I do intend on coming back. A well rested Nosferatu is a much more effective Nosferatu.

That said, please continue sending tips, photos, and other intel. While I'm gone, there will be those individuals who will process the information. I'm taking a break, not abandoning the fight.

We had more than 46,000 hits in the month of March alone this year. We couldn't possibly abandon our faithful readers for too long.

So with that, so long, and thanks for all the fish.