Reality Stranger Than Conspiracy Theories, Part 2

Neo-Nazi Threatmaker Accused of Working for FBI | Hatewatch:

New Jersey radio host Hal Turner is well known as one of the most vicious neo-Nazis in America, a man who routinely suggests killing his enemies.

Hal TurnerRailing against President Bush, he told his audience last June that “a well-placed bullet can solve a lot of problems.” He has written that “we need to start SHOOTING AND KILLING Mexicans as they cross the border” and argued that killing certain federal judges “may be illegal, but it wouldn’t be wrong.” In 2006, after he published an attack on New Jersey Supreme Court justices that also included several of their home addresses, state police massively beefed up security for the members of the court, checking on one justice’s house more than 200 times.

Hal Turner is one serious extremist. He may also be on the FBI payroll.

On Jan. 1, unidentified hackers electronically confronted Turner in the forum of his website for “The Hal Turner Show.” After a heated exchange, they told Turner that they had successfully hacked into his server and found correspondence with an FBI agent who is apparently Turner’s handler. Then they posted an alleged July 7 E-mail to the agent in which Turner hands over a message from someone who sent in a death threat against Sen. Russ Feingold (D-Wisc.). “Once again,” Turner writes to his handler, “my fierce rhetoric has served to flush out a possible crazy.” In what is allegedly a portion of another E-mail, Turner discusses the money he is paid.

On Thursday, as the E-mail exchange was heatedly discussed on a major neo-Nazi website, Turner suddenly announced he was quitting political work. “I hereby separate from the ‘pro-White’ movement,” he said, adding that he was ending his radio show immediately. “I will no longer involve myself in any aspect of it.”

A friend recently quoted Ram Dass to me: “Police create hippies. Hippies create police.” Here police seem to be creating right-wing hate propaganda… which of course creates a need for police.

It would be awesome to find out exactly who was responsible for the brilliant plan of keeping an extremist propagandist on the air, just so that of the people who listened to him and were incited to hate and violence by his rhetoric, the small percentage who contacted him about it could be arrested.

2 thoughts on “Reality Stranger Than Conspiracy Theories, Part 2”

  1. I don’t even know anymore! Coulda been Reddit though, I haven’t quite kicked the habit.

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