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Info on racists in Framingham, Massachusetts
28 Mar 2002
For the fourth time since December, members of the anti-Semitic, white supremacist group, The National Alliance, showed up at the monthly meeting of the Framingham, Massachusetts Human Relations Commission. Last night 11 of the neo-nazis were on hand at the meeting. Fifteen members of a Boston anti-racist group were on hand to counter them.
Activists on alert for Nazis

By Oread Daily

For the fourth time since December, members of the anti-Semitic, white supremacist group, The National Alliance, showed up at the monthly meeting of the Framingham, Massachusetts Human Relations Commission. Last night 11 of the neo-nazis were on hand at the meeting. Fifteen members of a Boston anti-racist group were on hand to counter them. It was the first time anti-racist activists showed up in town. The anti-racists said their mission is to oppose neo-Nazi activities. "We try to go wherever they show up to prevent them from having an open forum to spread their ideas of hatred," said one, who said he is Jewish. "Neo-Nazis have a well-documented history of violence," he said. "The community should know they're dangerous. They're not peaceful people. They won't go away if we ignore them. We can't ignore them because they don't ignore us." The Boston anti-racist group is made up of people of different ideologies, mostly anarchists and leftists, they said. Some identified themselves as members of the Northeastern Federation of Anarchists and Communists. They promised to come back to town to prevent neo-Nazis from getting their views out. "Our mission is not letting them alone to be organized," said another young man. "If they intend to come back, we'll be there and will be more."

Source: MetroWest Daily News (Framingham)
Oread Daily can be reached at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/OreadDaily

Framingham's Vermin Problem in Pictures

Below are folks that were reportedly identified as white supremacists by some folks that attended the Human Relations Commission meeting in Framingham, MA on Mar, 14, 2002. If you know any of these individuals feel free to email us at subverter (at) onepeoplesproject.com with any info you have. So far we have been able to determine that one of the women is possibly from Peabody, MA. Hmmm...only two women identified, and only one of them is in a car from the state. Wonder which one could she be? More will be coming shortly.

The One People's Project provides this information to help understand who we are dealing with, strongly condemns any unlawful act perpetuated against any person, and discourages its visitors that believe in fighting racism not to be like much of the scum below.


Follow the link to see pictures of the racists.

http://www.onepeoplesproject.com/framingham.htm
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http://www.onepeoplesproject.com/framingham.htm
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