March 4th, 2016
Whitesboro, NEW YORK- A fight erupted outside City Hall early Friday as white power demonstrators from two opposing factions showed up to protest on the same day resulting in violence, numerous arrests, and the ripping of at least 3 fitted tee shirts reports the Whitesboro Winchester.
Over 65 hate groups from around the country gathered in New York state to protest the changing of the Whitesboro Village seal when the violence started. The seal, which depicts a white settler throttling an Indian, has caused much controversy over the years and the demonstrators were present to protest a ballot initiative seeking to change the 300 year old seal to something more sensitive to the rich Native American culture that was once present in the area.
The two groups at the center of the conflict are the National Organization of Nazi Sympathizers and the New York chapter of the Coalition for Holocaust Denial. While both groups are deeply bigoted towards non-whites, Jews, Gypsys and homosexuals, other differences in their hate-filled philosophies have made them bitter enemies, causing a rift within the community as a whole.
“I really don’t see what all the fuss is about,” explained Thaddeus Fairchild III, a local business owner and white supremacist. “I mean, we all have hatred deep within our souls, isn’t that enough? Who cares who likes Ford and who likes Chevy, I mean, they are both solid trucks. And with the never-before, cash-back discounts offered now through the end of the month at Fairchild Ford/Chevy right off the 69 Freeway at Westmoreland, how can you go wrong?
Truck preferences aside, the main issue at hand is that NONS believe that the holocaust occurred and are proud of the part that the NAZIS played in it, while the CHD maintain that the holocaust is a mere fabrication of the Zionist controlled media. Many familiar with the white-power movement feel that there will never be a fast resolution to issues that threaten to tear these groups apart and that an honest, open dialogue needs to be established if we are to stop the violence. These events also beg the question if hate alone is enough to keep a community together.