White supremacists raise the spectre of domestic terrorism - 2020-01-23

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F94.png White supremacists raise the spectre of domestic terrorism January 23, 2020, Rosie DiManno, Toronto Star

But let's call them by their preferred designation: White supremacists and members of The Base, an organization that's committed to creating a white ethno-state by violently targeting African Americans and Jewish Americans. Triggering a race war, kind of like what Charles Manson had in mind but on a much broader scale.

They're fond of skull-image balaclavas.

An "accelerationist" outfit — fuel on the fire to quick-pace their race war fantasy.

Mathews is Canadian, formerly a combat engineer in the Canadian Forces reserves, until an enterprising reporter with the Winnipeg Free Press, infiltrating the organization, exposed him as an alleged member of The Base. While military authorities were arranging to boot Matthews, the 27-year-old bolted, crossing over the border into Minnesota, where he was allegedly picked up by two fellow White Homeland travellers and driven to Delaware. His pickup truck was found abandoned on Sept. 2, 2019.

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