Monday, April 19, 2010

Never Try to Debate a Paranoid, Genocidal, Black Supremacist Who Has a Loudspeaker, Unless You Have One, Too

By Nicholas Stix

I found this clip at one of those black supremacist Web sites of the non-existent “National Black Foot Soldiers Network,” whose creator supported racist, black mass cop-murderer Maurice Clemmons, and who conned GOP Web sites, such as First Things’ Gateway Pundit, Fire Andrea Mitchell, The Last Crusade, and The American Thinker’s James Simpson.

I immediately exposed the hoax back on December 3, but GOP diva Michelle Malkin who, once she stopped reading me, began botching one race story after another,fell for the swindle hook, line, and sinker. Clearly, Malkin was relying on Republican blogs as news sources!

Conservative thinker Larry Auster, who should have known better, made the mistake of taking Malkin’s word on a race story, and fell for the swindle, as well.

Simpson posted at my main blog, complaining

Actually, if you READ my post, you will see that I checked carefully and stated that there WAS NO PROTEST, whoever the black foot soldiers are, whoever NBR and the other groups cited are. There is no doubt about what they posted. I also said that Clemmons' conversion to Islam could not be verified. It was claimed by the blogger "Last Crusade" w/o attribution. Finally Mixon did generate a protest in Oakland. So please explain to me how I got snookered.

Jim Simpson

Though Simpson clearly did some work on the story, in contrast to Malkin, and determined that there was no “protest,” he was still snookered into believing that the fake groups all existed. As he had written in his American Thinker blog post, and to my knowledge never corrected,

It is not known at present whether or not Clemmons was associated with any of these groups, but one post ascribes a quote to Clemmons, in which he says: "Watch the news, I'm gonna kill a bunch of cops.

Though he didn’t cite me by name—which he was obligated to do—Auster at least had the integrity to print a correction on December 5, in which he linked to my original exposé:

Correction: In the original posting of this entry, I referred to the National Black Foot Soldier Network, which according to various sources inclucing Michelle Malkin in the New York Post, had celebrated Clemmons as a "Crowned BOW [Black on White] Martyr" and dubbed his mass murder of police officers a "preemptive strike on terrorists." That apparently turns out to be a hoax, as reported here. I should have been more questioning myself of an organizatoin with such a florid name and had intended to look them up but had not gotten around to doing so.

Lacking such integrity, Malkin never printed a correction.

Does she still not know that she fell for an Internet hoax that my readers learned about on December 3?

Unlike over 90 percent of Republican writers, Malkin has for years been good on immigration, but she’s so lazy and dishonest on race that every time she writes on the subject, she causes damage to public discourse, through misleading her hundreds of thousands of newspaper and Web readers.

An Open Note to Michelle Malkin:

If you’re not going to thoroughly research and honestly write on racial topics, stop writing about them! Leave the subject to the professionals. Like me.


Nicholas Stix


NiviusVir said...

"Never Try to Debate a Paranoid, Genocidal, Black Supremacist Who Has a Loudspeaker, Unless You Have One, Too"

Ahaha, indeed. As if a black needs a loudspeaker.

Anonymous said...

What are you saying is a "hoax"? Obviously there is an individual that blogs propaganda. After looking thru that garbage, it became clear the thugs who were crowned for BOW crimes, probably knew nothing of the blackfootsoldiernetwork when they committed their crimes, it was just an individual trying to create fear and capitalizing on the individual situations. Am I right?

Nicholas said...

The hoax is that there is no blackfootsoldiernetwork. The same guy starts one blog after another, all with different names, claiming they are part of a movement, but one man does not a movement make.

yourfriendlyneighborhoodnigger said...


Why didn't you just say "never debate a nigger because he's right. We (whites) are psycho-narcissistic racial racial terrorist who continue to commit racial atrocities against the earth's people of color and who refuse to make restitution for our race crimes.

Divine racial karma has something is now delivering her wrath to your morally reprobate kind.

Mother fucking regards, devil

firearmspermitvalid said...

Identifying the Black Foot Soldiers:

The late David Mills, a popular blogger whose online handle was "Undercover Black Man," identified the pattern of unique terms referenced by the NBFSN blogs and concluded they were a hoax perpetrated by someone trying to provoke whites into hating blacks. Mills, a former newspaper reporter and Emmy-winning writer for HBO's "The Wire," devoted substantial effort to exposing them, and several times exchanged angry words online with various members of the network, who were especially enraged when they learned that he was black.

After Mills died from an aneurism in 2010, a post on one network blog implied that Mills, though black, was essentially white and had earned his early demise. "David Mills' soul got blue eyes," it said.

The NBFSN also has been much discussed on white nationalist hate sites. Members of Stormfront, the Web's largest white racist forum, seem to agree with Mills' theory, while posters on the racist and anti-Semitic Vanguard News Network believe the blogs are created by Jews as a way to foment tension between blacks and whites.

These theories seem dubious at best. Far more likely, judging from the scant evidence available on their websites, the people who make up the NBFSN are drawn from the world of racist black nationalism.

In fact, it seems very likely that they include many of the hundreds of Nuwaubians who largely disappeared from view after their leader's imprisonment. They also may well include former followers of Yahweh ben Yahweh, a terrifying cult leader who was convicted of conspiracy to murder white people as an initiation rite at his Florida-based Nation of Yahweh, which reportedly once owned properties around the country valued at $100 million. Since his death in 2007, hundreds of his followers in the U.S. and Canada have dropped out of sight as well.

Whether they are active Nuwaubians, people drawn from other black supremacist cults like the Nation of Yahweh, or freelancers who have created an entirely new concept, the National Black Foot Soldiers Network has brought Dwight York's apocalyptic hatred of whites into the 21st century. York, whose release isn't scheduled until the 22nd century, would be proud.

Nicholas said...


You have either not read or have ignored my research on this matter.

David Mills, who had been an affirmative action features writer, not a reporter, before he became an affirmative action scriptwriter, did not “devote[d] substantial effort to exposing them,” or to anything else. First of all, there was no them. Second of all, he did no research. He simply had a gut feeling. Based on said gut feeling, he charged a specific white man with being behind the non-existent “network.”

Unlike Mills, I tried to reach the individual behind the phony blogs, and got so far as a telephone number, where I left messages, but got no response.

David Mills was a racist phony who posed as a free-wheeling fellow who loved open debate. In reality, he was incapable of debate, and was limited to ad hominem attacks and defamation. He tried to destroy the life of every major, independent white writer who honestly discussed race, by getting him fired from his job, and sending poison pen letters to his editors.

When his attempt to defame and destroy me went beyond a certain legal limit, I publicly read defamation law to him, which shut him up.

You seem intent on making both David Mills and this non-existent “Network” into something neither ever was.

As for Mills’ race, based on his picture, he was clearly half or majority white, which is the only way to make sense of his handle. There was nothing “undercover” about his writing, including his Internet comments, which were typical of so many college-educated black racists.

Anonymous said...

Nick, you're an idiot. I'm a Black Foot Soldier and got an army of niggers with me.