by Ralph A. Brandt
I imagine that most Nationalist Times readers are familiar with the continuing saga of Whitefish, Montana. Richard Spencer is the president of the National Policy Institute. Richard’s mother is named Sherry Spencer. Sherry lives in Whitefish. Whitefish is an upscale ski resort. Sherry owns a two-story building in Whitefish. She rents it out to residential as well as business tenants.
Tanya Gersh is a Jewish realtor who lives in Whitefish. Tanya Gersh tried to pull an act of extortion on Sherry Spencer. She contacted Mrs. Spencer and informed her that her son was a White nationalist. She threatened to send protestors to her building. This would disrupt the businesses of the tenants, cause the tenants to move out, and lower the value of her property. Gersh offered to act as her broker if she chose to sell.
Andrew Anglin, who runs the website The Daily Stormer, caught wind of this. He encouraged his supporters to subject Tanya Gersh to an old-fashioned troll storm. As soon as the troll storm started, Gersh went into the “run silent run deep” mode as she lawyered up. Just recently the $PLC (Southern Poverty law Center) has decided to sue Andrew Anglin. I was reading about this on The Huffington Post, and they had a link to download a copy of the $PLC’s legal brief. It is a PDF document that runs for 63 pages.
At the top of the first page are two columns. They name the lawyers on the $PLC’s team. The column on the left lists the lawyers in Helena, Montana. The column on the right lists the lawyers in Montgomery, Alabama. The name at the top of the left column is John Morrison. The name at the top of the right column is Morris Dees, the long-time head of the $PLC.
This brief is broken up into sections by Roman numerals.
Section I is titled “Introduction.” In this section, Dees claims that Sherry Spencer at first wanted to work with Tanya Gersh but then later changed her mind.
Section II is titled “Jurisdiction and Venue.” It is a bunch of legalese claiming that a federal court in Montana is the appropriate place to hold this trial.
Section III is titled “Parties.” It names the plaintiff and the defendant.
Section IV is titled “Factual Allegations.” It goes into excruciating detail over who received what emails and what the contents were.
Morris Dees pointed out that the troll storm started with an article that Andrew Anglin posted on December 16, 2016. This is an interesting coincidence. The Boston Tea Party took place on December 16, 1773.
On Page 18 is the following: “Mr. Anglin published Ms. Gersh’s cell phone and the address for the office of Ms. Gersh’s husband.”
In other words Andrew Anglin is accused of doxing. Isn’t this a tactic that the Jews use all the time?
In Arizona there is a weekly newspaper called The Phoenix New Times. One columnist for the paper has had a good old time bashing myself, bashing some of the White nationalist leaders in Arizona, and bashing David Irving. He once got himself in hot water when he published Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s home address.
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