Tinley Park Five Get (Some) Jail—But Where Is DOJ's Eric ("My People") Holder?
By Nicholas Stix on January 8, 2013 at 11:36pm
When a gang of some eighteen self-styled anarchists, part of the Anti-Racist Action leftist militant network, launched an unprovoked assault on alleged members of Stormfront, a white supremacist/neo-Nazi/whatever group with deadly weapons and wreaked havoc in a Tinley Park IL restaurant last May 19, VDARE.com's James Fulford pointed out that the controversial British historian David Irving had twice had meetings similarly attacked in the Chicagoland area—but the perpetrators has been let off with slaps on the wrist. With the result that it was happening again. [Tinley Park Attack: Anarcho-Tyranny In America].
Fulford contrasted this with the practice of "exemplary sentencing"—for example, the British Establishment has long congratulated itself that the long jail terms imposed on whites involved in the 1958 Notting Hill Riots crushed working class resistance to Third World immigration. (Similarly, I've reported that in the U.S. the Federal government has been savagely attacking blue collar symbolic speech about white dispossession a.k.a. "hate").