Blue Lives Matter

About This Site

The mainstream media keeps bleating about this "deadly terrorist group" called ANTIFA. If you believe the wrong talking heads, you can easily get the impression that America's on the verge of being conquered by masked, black-clad anarchocommunists, and only the brave anti-Antifa movement will stand up for the oppressed police departments of the world. If you've worked on the front lines during some of the West's more vigorous demonstrations, you'll have noticed that Antifa is disrespectful, surprisingly well organized, and really irritating.

What the MSM talking heads DON'T bother to tell you - perhaps because their employers don't want them to mention it, perhaps because they're afraid of getting a flood of angry letters from outraged far-right snowflakes, perhaps (and this, I think, is the real reason) because anti-Antifa's messaging team is simply better at injecting their narrative into your screens... is the actual death toll from neofascism.

Where Antifa keeps getting caught beating people up and destroying property, fascists keep getting caught beating people up, destroying property (both in overt attacks and in false flag attacks intended to make the left look bad), and actually killing people.

Fascism is tricky to define. For this site, we're counting:

Other common themes that showed up when studying terrorist murders were ethnonationalism and radical antifeminism - both ideologies that include neo-fascism, but are much broader.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do you handle killings where you aren't sure if the killer is Nazi or not?

A: When in doubt, volunteers adding to the DB should tag killings that look like they might be fash but that haven't been verified as /unclear - that way, we can readily continue research. Killings that look like they might be fash, or that are falsely reported as fash in news coverage, should be tagged /notfash so that volunteers will not repeatedly re-research them. Killings tagged /unclear or /notfash do not show up on the public website.

Q: How can these be white supremacists committing the murders if the victims are white?

A: Because it turns out that white supremacist ideology does not actually stop its adherents from murdering their fellow whites. WS and Fascist organizations try to encourage violent tendencies in their followers, and these violent tendencies don't always wind up being limited to the organization's official enemies list.

What's more, the target list is often a lot broader than what people used to the middle school history version of Nazi Germany would expect. The sort of people who can convince themselves that Hitler's actions were morally excusable can come up with excuses for almost anything. WS group activity leads them to murder members of their own groups over drugs, money, fear of defection, suspicion of informants, and doctrinal disputes. They murder law enforcement officers in bids to evade capture or escape prison. White supremacists have murdered white people for dating nonwhite people; for political opposition; for fun; for sexual pleasure; for money; in false flag attacks meant to start a race war; in terrorist attacks meant to intimidate white governments into adopting Nazi policies.

Q: Why don't you name and shame the killers?

A: Our policy is generally to avoid naming the killers, for several reasons.

1 - Many of the worst killers are desperately thirsty for media attention. They want to be celebrity antiheroes, to inspire copycats, to see their cutesy little serial killer nicknames in the news. By forgetting the killers, we hurt them and reduce the attraction of copycat crimes.

2 - When the killer's already in the justice system, directing extra anger at them is pointless - and can be counterproductive. We do NOT want to be responsible for Nazis getting released due to a mistrial!

3 - Rehabilitation. Sometimes a Nazi genuinely does reform; directing the wrath of the Internet at a reformed Nazi could disrupt rehabilitation.

4 - We don't want to encourage vigilantism. Nazis should be dealt with in court, not by angry mobs. Worse, vigilantes often get false positives and go after someone who just kind of looks like their intended target.

5 - The possibility of error. With 2000 victims in our database, it's a certainty that SOMEWHERE we will have inaccurate info. Getting a victim's name or the circumstances of death wrong is embarrassing; getting a killer's name and face wrong risks harming innocents.

Q: How do I know the killers were really Nazis, white supremacists, or fascists if you won't name them?

A: There's enough information in the listings for you to Google them if you're curious.

Q: You said generally. When can perps be named or shown?

A: When the killer was involved with a fashy group that wants to pretend to be respectable, the organization and its leaders should be mentioned. The Stormfront user who murdered Lin Jun wanted to be famous for his horrible videos - so let his name be forever forgotten. David Duke and Don Black, however? They do not want to be associated with their cannibal protege... so let them be unable to attend any extremist conference without people asking about the cannibal and his bestiality videos.

Obviously, if the perpetrator or anyone associated with the perpetrator's group is currently a fugitive, helping catch them takes precedence over avoiding stroking their egos.

Perps may be shown when doing so is sufficiently humiliating to the movement.

When a killer has gone through the justice system but then reentered the fashy or fash-adjacent political scene, the killer should be exposed.

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