Tuesday, October 7, 2014


This incident compounds the warning I transmitted Friday . . . S.L.

Swastikas Painted On Jewish Fraternity House At Emory University Hours After Yom Kippur

(The person pictured is a member of the fraternity)

To understand this swastika incident, you have to understand what you are looking at.

Reprehensible as this incident is, those swastikas were not painted by neo-Nazis or white supremacists - I say this because the one on the right is pointed in the "wrong" direction (the Nazi swastika "rolls" to the left not the right) and the one on the left is not even a swastika if you look at it; more resembles the Blue Oyster Cult logo than anything else.

Left side: Blue Oyster Cult logo (NOT Nazi affiliated). Right side: Nazi swastika circa 1933-45

We had a similar situation at Fort Bragg in the mid-nineties; the press was reporting the presence of neo-Nazis and white supremacists in the 82d Airborne and at the same time somebody was painting swastikas on doors in Special Forces support soldier's barracks, and then later at the on-base auto parts store. They caught the guys on camera at the auto parts store - they were African American and they got their swastikas all mixed up, just like this.

Psychological warfare teaches one to read into the propaganda: this is anit-Semitic propaganda NOT generated by neo-Nazis. It is quite possible it was generated by African-Americans Muslims (self-radicalized) or Muslims of Arab/Middle East origin - in the current climate, it is quite possible this incident will be followed up by violence.

Stay Alert, Stay Alive



  1. Nazi swastika was also known as the 'crooked cross'. Similar to the Peace sign designed as a 'upside-down broken cross'.