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We all know how it goes: The right will pull out all the stops to deflect charges of racism coming their way. No matter how valid they are or how often they come, there will always be a reason why no one should ever hold them accountable for the hatemongering that they peddle. It has become such an art for them that these days even white supremacists will try to tell you that they are not racist. They are "race-realists" or "racialists", but not racists, no siree! Add that to a media that doesn't want to address the issue of racial conflicts, opting instead to ignore them in fear of "stirring up" something, and you have a society that is still fighting to keep this garbage from polarizing everyone without any help from anyone.

When the late Dick Barrett of the white supremacist Nationalist Movement announced in the Spring of 2000 that he was going to have a rally in Morristown, NJ on the Fourth of July, it was yet another thing that threatened to cause upheaval in a rather tense society. Just a few months before, New York City saw only its second Ku Klux Klan rally in its entire history. Rudolph Giuliani was Mayor of New York and with that his attempts to stifle free speech and rampant police brutality and overreaching fights that he would directly pick with the black community. The presidential election of 2000 that would ultimately see the selection of George W. Bush as President was underway. The explosive WTO protests in Seattle just took place, and in the same week in April Barrett announced his rally, the IMF/World Bank meeting in Washington DC was blowing up just as much. Racial profiling was being discussed for the first time, thanks to two New Jersey State Troopers shooting six black college students on their way to a basketball tryout, and their boss Police Chief Carl Williams making remarks that seemed to endorse racial profiling. The controversy that ensued and his subsequent firing is what prompted Barrett to call the rally in the first place, and folks knew right away things had gone far enough. A coalition of activists, workers, youth and people of color decided there will be an opposition to Barrett's little rally, and it will be called the "One People's Rally", a name that recognized that we are all one people.

On July 4, 2000, the rally took place and we saw physical flare-ups and arrests, but those that came out felt satisfied that it was right to oppose Barrett and his paltry number of followers. He made a return visit to Morristown a year later, but with fewer people and society recognizing him as the laughing stock he was. But on that first visit, something formed out of the coalition to oppose him. Recognizing that Barrett was small time to the racists that are more respected, more entrenched and more of a threat to today's society, something needed to be created that will provide society with the necessary tools to combat that hate before it caused any real harm. So the One People's Coalition was formed, only to change its name months later to One People's Project.

OPP's mission is simple: to research and report on who's who and what's what regarding right-wing groups, individuals and activities, and encourage society to be vigilant against them in an effort to diminish their ability to function and cause that society. We have been a go-to source for anyone wanting to learn more about the hate politics in today society. We have appeared on the Montel Williams Show, A Current Affair, Fox News' the Big Story and various local broadcasts as well as publications. We are also referenced in Gwen Ifill's book The Breakthrough.

Since the inception of OPP, a number of major white supremacist groups have fallen apart, some of it due to our work. Dick Barrett meanwhile was eventually forgotten by pretty much everyone until April 2010, when he was found beaten to death and set on fire, allegedly by a black man who used to do yard work for him, and said he killed Barrett after the white supremacist made sexual advances towards him. None of this means that the hatemongers have thrown in the towel just yet however. They simply decided to change tactics. They are not too interested in being completely open about their beliefs because that makes them instant pariahs. Instead they cozy up to the anti-immigration campaigns, the teabaggers, the Ron Paul acolytes and every now and then, when they feel it is safe for them to do so, the anti-war, anti-Zionist left. But none of those areas will be safe havens, not as long as good people remain vigilant. One People's Project is dedicated to that vigilance.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 August 2012 14:29  


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Jim Traficant, Rot In Hell!


Oh, Jim Traficant. The "colorful", "maverick", "populist" congressman from Ohio who died days after a tractor flipped over on him as he tried to park it inside a barn on his family farm (soon to be changed by the conspiracy theorists he palled around with to "assasinated") is being lauded in death by publications like Politico as "our kind of crook"  but when you see that he is also being called "hero of the people" by a neo-Nazi website, pause is in order. Traficant might have been all the adjectives they use about him, but he was a raging anti-Semite that defended Nazi war criminal Demjanjuk and upon being released from prison after being convicted ofbribary, tax fraud, racketeering, among other things, blamed Jews for his incarceration and while he was at it, accused them of running the world. He was a regular around the anti-Semites of note, speaking at events put on by Willis Carto's American Free Press (AFP) and by the band Poker Face. He was also frequented the Tea Party rallies from a few years ago, and when he wasn't there his supporters were there promoting runs for congress, as we saw when they came out to Kent State in 2010. In the video, one supporter said in the video he was no longer involved with AFP, but last summer (that's four years later) he was hawking the launch of a new organization of his through the AFP who on the organization's website as supporting them with office space and support staff in DC. Traficant was a non-entity for the most part, which is why all the talk about him in his passing has been about his colorful tenure as a congressman, but even then, that color was lost on decent people who saw how dark and decrepit he truly was.


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