Saturday, April 4, 2015

Top Most Known Hate Organizations

Top Most Known Hate Organizations
#10: Aryan Brotherhood
It is said it had emerged in the Sixties at San Quentin Prison, the AB is a prison gang that is well known to perform much like a structured crime syndicate, particularly inside penitentiaries. The Aryan Brotherhood has been indicted for running an organized system that arranges for controlled substances smuggling, vendetta actions, murder and other crimes within prison walls.

#9: New Black Panthers
They are “a virulently racist and anti-Semitic organization”(The Southern Poverty Law Center) – and as a matter of fact, its rulers have fiercely accused Jewish people for the 9|11 attacks while its credo states the white race wants to exterminate all non-white peoples. Started in 1989, the New Black Panthers have even been widely recognized as an extreme racist hate group by members of the initial Black Panthers, who cut all their connections with the extremist organization.

#8: Jewish Defense League
Set up in 1968 by Rabbi May-er Ka-hawn-ah, the J.D.L. fights against anti-Semitism in any form but many times uses extreme and dangerous methods to apply its doctrine. The Jewish Defense League is also extremely anti-Arab; one JDL member murdered twenty nine Muslims as they worshiped at a mosque in early 90's, an action that the Jewish Defense League said it was “just a preventative measure.” After this crime, the JDL was categorized by FBI as a right-wing terrorist organization.

#7: National Socialist Movement
Detroit Michigan is the origin of the N.S.M. , which in early 90"s was founded by Jeff Schoep out of what had previously been the NSAWFM (National Socialist American Workers Freedom Movement). The illegal organization is one of the biggest neo-Nazi social structures in the US, with sixty-one branches in thirty-five states, and it’s famous for making use in public of Nazi symbols. National Socialist Movement claims in its propaganda that Adolf Hitler is the “beloved Holy Father of our age” and “a visionary in every respect.” In last years, anti immigration protest have become a more important activity of the party.

#6: Skinheads
The first groups appeared in the late sixties, formed out of the British working class youth, initially having no racist agenda. In time, however, a certain number of white supremacist groups changed; and in short time only the racist groups became associated with the name. The white racist, anti-Jewish initial gang grew in importance in the United States in the eighties, getting allied with groups like AYM (Aryan Youth Movement), ANF (Aryan National Front) and the KKK (Ku Klux Klan). Skinhead groups are associated with extreme violent behavior against immigrants and minorities.

#5: Taliban
This extremist movement began initially in Afghanistan. The Taliban ruled the region from 1996 to 2001. In all that time, they were condemned by international forums for the slaughter of countless Afghan people and inhumane treatment of women. More than that, the regime is said to have kept United Nations help from being distributed to a quarter million of civilians and to have killed extensive surfaces of fertile land and destroy countless of houses. The Taliban rule was cast away by United States and its allies mainly because of its support of Al-Qaeda.

#4: Westboro Baptist Church
Even though the WBC (Westboro Baptist Church) was founded in mid fifties, it only won its place as a prominent hate group late in nineties . The so called "Church", which is not affiliated to any other official Baptist church, is famous for planting signs stating “God Hates Fags” and uses to hold public, provocative marches against gay people. In 1998 got public attention with its provocative acts, when CNN crew have put on tape church members picketing the burial of Matthew Shepard, a homosexual first degree murder victim. The organization allegedly said the deaths of US soldiers are retribution for US support of gay people. Westboro Baptist Church is mainly made of family members of Fred Phelps, who's actually the founder of WBC. Phelps died in 2014 leaving the Church to his successors..

#3: Al-Qaeda
The extremist Islamic group which organized and carried out the 9|11 attacks , Al-Qaeda promotes a planetary holly war against those who are not of the Islamic faith. Started by Osama ben Laden and other leaders in the late eighties, Al-Qaeda masterminded the United States Embassy bombings in Kenya that murdered more than 200 innocent persons, as well as the early nineties (1993) WTC first terror attack and many other acts of savagery. After bin Laden’s being killed in action by US marines in 2011, Al-Qaeda became much less powerful and fractured, even though it tries to get reorganized and gain its strength.

Top Most Known Hate Organizations Al Qaeda
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#2: Ku Klux Klan
The cruel KKK has its beginnings in post -Secession War years and then gained its greatest visibility in the early twenties. The organization is the most known white supremacist US group that is fiercely fighting anything related to Jewish and Catholic people, gay people, immigrants and anyone who is not considered a WASP (White Angle Saxon Protestant). Famous for its white hooded robes, cross burning and lynchings, the KKK has spread the terror for many years in the southern states. Right now, the number of US KKK members is estimated between 5,000 and 8,000.

#1: Nazis
In 1920 in a German province called Bavaria, the NSDAP (National Socialist German Workers’ Party) gets founded, The Nazis, under the rule of the Austrian Adolf Schickelegruber aka known as Adolf Hitler, governed Germany and began a genocidal campaign intended to destroy those not of Aryan origin. The climax of Nazi cruelty culminated with the establishment of a extermination camp system that massacred millions of Jews, as well as gypsies, gays, individuals with disabilities. Nazi scientists also carried out brutal medical experiments on unwilling captured people. Nowadays, neo-Nazi organizations world wide keep promoting the Aryan supremacist ideals of the first german Nazi Party.

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Shock in Paris. Islamic terrorism runs for the most hated movement in 2015

Terror attack in Paris Charlie Hebdo

Armed gunmen attacked Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris leaving a dozen people dead. The terror has no sense of humor and intends to give "a lesson" to the freedom of speech. French President Francois Hollande stated the attack on the Charlie Hebdo satirical paper, which has frequently drawn condemnation from Muslims, is "a terrorist attack, without a doubt," and said several other attacks have been thwarted in France "in recent weeks."

Below you can see how one of the ruthless attackers is killing an innocent man already shot down.

We hope that justice will be restored and terrorist will be brought to justice. France, you are not alone, we stand by you!

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Kim Jong Un would kill to remove this video from the internet

It seems that all dictators have a problem with their sense of humor, and North Korea's Kim Jong Un is no exception.
Kim Jong Un unsuccessfully attempted to get China to take off the internet a satirical video that, with some not-so-subtle digital magic, displays Kim running, dancing, getting kicked in the butt by a nuke and more, all set to catchy music. He also gets repeatedly pranked -- often by President Barack Obama.
North Korean officials complain that clip "seriously compromises Kim's dignity and authority," South Korea's Chosun Ilbun newspaper reports.
As expected, China was not able to help because once something is online, it's online forever. And Kim doesn't seem to know Rule 19 of the Internet: The more you hate it, the stronger it gets.
This is not the only video that has Pyongyang going ballistic. The nation recently threatened a "resolute and merciless response" over the upcoming Seth Rogan/James Franco film, "The Interview."

Monday, January 5, 2015

Despicable me, president Warren G. Harding

the most hated US president Warren G. Harding
Warren G. Harding
On the positive side, his political decisions were very effective by modern standards, especially those regarding interracial relations and women's right to vote, and he established a Bureau of the Budget for the national budget. 

On the negative side, he was corrupt and gave almost every office he could, especially the very influential ones, to his family and political allies. Corruption was not unheard to him but part of hi daily life. 
The Attorney General, appointed by him appeared several times in front of a Grand Jury and acquitted same number of times for corruption.

Charles Forbes used the B.V.A (Bureau of Veteran Affairs) as his personal money making machine, which ended up in very poor after war treatment of veterans under Harding administration.

Lesser offices have gone through chronic bribery and embezzlement, including among Prohibition officers, stimulating rather than tempering organized crime's control over the alcohol trade.

Few controversial evidence over certain aspects of his life survived, because his very protective wife destroyed nearly all of his personal and official papers after he died, but many experts believe he also had many extramarital affairs, compounding his administrative lapses with personal ones.

His administration was profoundly despised and hated and the people was longing for a change while the country was falling down to chaos and corruption.

As if this was not enough, the country experienced great social unrest as he deceased after only two years as president.

Sunday, January 4, 2015

The 7 Most Hated People In Fashion (PHOTOS)

The fashion world isn't exactly known for playing nice. Industry insiders are constantly the source of gossip, whether it be a feud, snobbery or your run-of-the-mill controversy. In no particular order, we've rounded up who by many accounts seem to be the most disliked -- dare we say hated? -- people in fashion:

1. Anna Wintour The Vogue editor-in-chief's intimidating antics have been the source of gossip since she arrived at the mag in 1983. Then, of course, there was that little novel-turned-film she inspired, "The Devil Wears Prada." Need we say more?

most hated people in fashion Anna Wintour The Vogue

2. Victoria Beckham Posh's propensity for pouting is just one reason the fashion designer has gotten a cold reputation. Jealousy aside (ahem, David Beckham), Victoria sent off the snob alarms when she kept her distance from fellow Spice Girls at the opening of their musical last year. And hey, even she admits that she can seem a bit icy. "People think I’m a moody bitch," she told Elle.

most hated people in fashion Victoria Beckham

3. Olivia Palermo The New York socialite had her first taste of backlash in 2007 when a "Gossip Girl"-style site posted a letter she had allegedly written asking the catty girls on her social scene “for acceptance, privacy and forgiveness.” A lawsuit ensued (Olivia vehemently denied writing the letter) and we eventually forgot about her -- until she was cast as the antagonist on the MTV reality show "The City" the next year. Next time, Olivia, it might be wise to be a little nicer to Whitney Port if you want to boost your public image. 

most hated people in fashion Olivia Palermo

most hated people in fashion 4. Miranda Kerr OK, so we know this seems like a curveball, but the model has sparked her fair share of controversy. Just this week, it was rumored that her "diva antics" cost her a renewed contract with Victoria's Secret (she says she simply didn't have enough time to commit to the brand, though). Not to mention, Miranda's comments about epidurals and "drugged-up" babies after the natural birth of her son didn't make people too happy either. On the other hand, the rep might be entirely blown out of proportion (we've met the model ourselves and can attest to her good nature).

most hated people in fashion Miranda Kerr

5. Joan Rivers Can you think of anyone else more feared by red carpet goers? The "Fashion Police" host not only raises eyebrows for her always edgy jokes, but she also has rubbed more than a few people the wrong way. Joan's comments about Adele ("She should just calm down -- or lose weight!") and her now-infamous Holocaust joke are just a couple of examples.

most hated people in fashion Joan Rivers

6. John Galliano Arguably the most polarizing figure in the fashion industry, this designer made headlines in 2011 when he was filmed making an anti-semitic tirade in Paris. The incident led to his dismissal from his namesake label and from his position at Christian Dior. This year, however, Oscar de la Renta invited Galliano into his studio. The jury's still out on if he'll ever be able to fix his disgraced image.

most hated people in fashion John Galliano

7. Cathy Horyn It seems like the New York Times fashion critic rarely publishes a critical review without an even more critical response. After slamming Lady Gaga's CFDA Awards get-up, Horyn was given a taste of her own medicine when the singer compared her to an "average individual at home on their laptop" and said that her writing was "plagued with negativity." Designers like Oscar de la Renta and Hedi Slimane have also taken shots at the journalist, calling Horyn a "stale 3-day old hamburger" and a "publicist in disguise," respectively.

most hated people in fashion Cathy Horyn

So tell us: did we miss anyone?

Source: The Huffington Post

Saturday, February 8, 2014

The most hated killer of Norway is a Freemason

Anders Behring Breivik the author of Norway massacre (77 deaths and 96 injuries) presented by international media as a far-right white extremist is actually a freemason. Media easily forgets this guy has written and distributed electronically a so-called manifesto - European Declaration of Independence  –  which was written by infamous Breivik in his quality of member of Templar Knights Order (Solomon's Temple). This order, other than naming, doesn't have anything to do with the medieval Templar Knights order and is, in fact a regular masonic order. See below a picture of the horrid criminal taken just one day before his attacks. The image speaks for itself.
Anders Behring Breivik - Freemason

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Seven People to Hate for Financial Crisis

Alan Greenspan Most Hated People
Alan Greenspan
1. Alan Greenspan

The Federal Reserve chairman — an economist and a disciple of libertarian icon Ayn Rand — met his first major challenge in office by preventing the 1987 stock-market crash from spiraling into something much worse. Then, in the 1990s, he presided over a long economic and financial-market boom and attained the status of Washington's resident wizard. But the super-low interest rates Greenspan brought in the early 2000s and his long-standing disdain for regulation are now held up as leading causes of the mortgage crisis. The maestro admitted in an October congressional hearing that he had "made a mistake in presuming" that financial firms could regulate themselves.

Christopher Cox Most Hated People
Chris Cox
2. Chris Cox

The ex-SEC chief's blindness to repeated allegations of fraud in the Madoff scandal is mind-blowing, but it's really his lax enforcement that lands him on this list. Cox says his agency lacked authority to limit the massive leveraging that set up last year's financial collapse. In truth, the SEC had plenty of power to go after big investment banks like Lehman Brothers and Merrill Lynch for better disclosure, but it chose not to. Cox oversaw the dwindling SEC staff and a sharp drop in action against some traders.

Bernard Madoff Most Hated People
Bernie Madoff
3. Bernie Madoff

His alleged Ponzi scheme could inflict $50 billion in losses on society types, retirees and nonprofits. The bigger cost for America comes from the notion that Madoff pulled off the biggest financial fraud in history right under the noses of regulators. Assuming it's all true, the banks and hedge funds that neglected due diligence were stupid and paid for it, while the managers who fed him clients' money — the so-called feeders — were reprehensibly greedy. But to reveal government and industry regulators as grossly incompetent casts a shadow of doubt far and wide, which crimps the free flow of investment capital. That will make this downturn harder on us all.
Phil Gramm Most Hated People
Phil Gramm

4. Phil Gramm

As chairman of the Senate Banking Committee from 1995 through 2000, Gramm was Washington's most prominent and outspoken champion of financial deregulation. He played a leading role in writing and pushing through Congress the 1999 repeal of the Depression-era Glass-Steagall Act, which separated commercial banks from Wall Street. He also inserted a key provision into the 2000 Commodity Futures Modernization Act that exempted over-the-counter derivatives like credit-default swaps from regulation by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. Credit-default swaps took down AIG, which has cost the U.S. $150 billion thus far.

5. Sandy Weill
Sandy Weill Most Hated People
      Sandy Weill

Who decided banks had to be all things to all customers? Weill did. Starting with a low-end lender in Baltimore, he cobbled together the first great financial supermarket, Citigroup. Along the way, Weill's acquisitions (Smith Barney, Travelers, etc.) and persistent lobbying shattered Glass-Steagall, the law that limited the investing risks banks could take. Rivals followed Citi. The swollen banks are now one of the country's major economic problems. Every major financial firm seems too big to fail, leading the government to spend hundreds of billions of dollars to keep them afloat. The biggest problem bank is Weill's Citigroup. The government has already spent $45 billion trying to fix it.

Ian McCarthy Most Hated People
Ian McCarthy
6. Ian McCarthy

Homebuilders had plenty to do with the collapse of the housing market, not just by building more homes than the country could stomach, but also by pressuring people who couldn't really afford them to buy in. As CEO of Beazer Homes since 1994, McCarthy has become something of a poster child for the worst builder behaviors. An investigative series that ran in the Charlotte Observer in 2007 highlighted Beazer's aggressive sales tactics, including lying about borrowers' qualifications to help them get loans. The FBI, Department of Housing and Urban Development and IRS are all investigating Beazer. The company has admitted that employees of its mortgage unit violated regulations — like down-payment-assistance rules —at least as far back as 2000. It is cooperating with federal investigators.  

7. Jimmy Cayne

James Cayne Most Hated People
Jimmy Cayne
Plenty of CEOs screwed up on Wall Street. But none seemed more asleep at the switch than Bear Stearns' Cayne. He left the office by helicopter for 3 ½-day golf weekends. He was regularly out of town at bridge tournaments and reportedly smoked pot. (Cayne denies the marijuana allegations.) Back at the office, Cayne's charges bet the firm on risky home loans. Two of its highly leveraged hedge funds collapsed in mid-2007. But that was only the beginning. Bear held nearly $40 billion in mortgage bonds that were essentially worthless. In early 2008 Bear was sold to JPMorgan for less than the value of its office building. "I didn't stop it. I didn't rein in the leverage," Cayne later told Fortune.

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