Neo Nazi fears stabbing of black man may lead to ‘unfair’ backlash against white supremacists news 1x1.trans


Andrew Anglin, founder of the neo-Nazi website the Daily Stormer, condemned a racially-motivated stabbing in New York city by a man who claimed to be a white supremacist.

The reason? Anglin thinks that the stabbing “does not represent White Supremacy” and that it could lead people to discriminate against white supremacists.

James Jackson, according to authorities, traveled to New York City from Baltimore specifically with the intent to kill a black man, ultimately stabbing Timothy Caughman through the back with a sword.

However, Anglin did not offer an apology with his condemnation, saying, “white supremacists are under no obligation to apologize for this attack.”

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“White Supremacy is a religion of peace, and the overwhelming majority of White Supremacists are peaceful members of society who do not agree with stabbing random black people with swords,” he wrote. “The attack has nothing at all to do with the religion of White Supremacy.”

He went on to claim that white supremacists would “be subject to unfair scrutiny and prejudice” and that people who look like white supremacists “will be unfairly discriminated against.”

“It’s time for society to rally around White Supremacists, and show that we don’t blame them for the single act of someone who wrongly used their beliefs for evil.”