White Nationalist Stickers Found Outside Simon Wiesenthal Center’s Museum of Tolerance
May 20, 2020
White Nationalist stickers from the Patriot Front movement were found on street light poles outside of the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s Museum of Tolerance.
“While the pandemic closed the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s Museum of Tolerance, haters and bigots are open for business,” said Simon Wiesenthal Center Rabbis Marvin Hier and Abraham Cooper, founder and dean and associate dean and global social action head.
“The youth-targeting White Nationalist Patriot Front movement, whose stickers were outside the Museum of Tolerance, urges the United States to choose between ‘sovereignty and subjugation’ and seeks a generation of ‘brave men to fearlessly rise to face all threats…free from the vices of the modern world…with a fervor to see themselves free," they added.
“There is no vaccine for the oldest virus - hate,” Hier and Cooper concluded.
Simon Wiesenthal Center’s senior researchers have been monitoring the Patriot Front, a White Nationalist group that promotes a "hard reset" to "return to the traditions and virtues of our forefathers targeting a younger demographic of Americans.
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