US band Allah-las concert stopped by white nationalist terror threat

This 2012 music video from the USA is called Allah-Las – Tell Me (What’s On Your Mind) (Official Video).

On 23 August 2017, an Allah-Las concert was planned in Rotterdam city in the Netherlands.

However, authorities banned that concert. They said there was a terrorist threat against it.

Lots of talk on the Internet along the lines of ‘These Muslims are at it again!‘ ‘Just after the bloody attack in Barcelona!’, etc.

These people apparently forgot to consider the possibility: ‘These white nationalists=alt-right=neonazis are at it again.’ Just after the neonazi murder of Heather Heyer in Charlottesville, USA. After Breivik in Norway (whose mass murder was widely blamed on Muslims, and not just by the xenophobic Rupert Murdoch media, before police had found out it was by Breivik). After the Islamophobic murders in Quebec, Canada. After the murder by an Islamophobic motorist outside Finsbury mosque in London, England. Etc. Etc.

Now it turns out that the terrorist threat against the Allah-las concert was by white Dutchman Jimmy F. from Zevenbergen town. Police have arrested him. Jimmy F. is now officially a suspect of terrorism. According to a Dutch NOS TV report today, Internet contacts of F. describe him as ‘right-wing’ and ‘nationalist‘. So, a lot more like Anders Behring Breivik and the Charlottesville murderer of Heather Heyer, James Alex Fields Jr. than like Osama bin Laden. Apparently, F. wanted to create a climate of Islamophobic fear and violence by blaming Muslims falsely.

It reminds me of the German neonazi army officers’ plot to murder politicians, posing as Syrian refugees who they hoped would be blamed.

F’s Internet friends claimed that F. had ‘good intentions’. That reminds me of far-right Japanese Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso, who recently said that Adolf Hitler supposedly had ‘good intentions’. More about Taro Aso later on this blog.

2 thoughts on “US band Allah-las concert stopped by white nationalist terror threat

  1. Wednesday 30th August 2017

    THE FOUNDER of US neonazi website Stormfront was trying to get it back online on Monday after its domain name was revoked for promoting racist violence.

    Internet domain name manager Network Solutions blocked the use of the name on Friday.

    The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law said the shutdown followed complaints that it had filed with Network Solutions reporting that the site promotes not only hate speech but deadly violence.


  2. Pingback: British Conservative government considers political left ‘terrorist’ | Dear Kitty. Some blog

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