By Michael Hoult
James Harris Jackson, a veteran who recently carried out a racist murder in New York, is getting criticism from unexpected sources.
Brian Blanc, president of the National White Alliance, has condemned Jackson’s killing of Timothy Caughman. Jackson stabbed him with a sword. Police claim he came to New York City on a mission to kill black men.
“The National White Alliance condemns Jackson’s actions,” said Blanc in a press release. “We do not support him. We do not want to kill the coloreds. We are not racists, but we would rather deport the mud people back to Africa. We think they would be more comfortable living alongside the animals in the jungle.”
Blanc’s views are shared by alt-right leader Richard Spencer who has talked about making America an “all-white ethnostate.”
Andrew Anglin, founder of the Daily Stormer, a white supremacist website also criticized Jackson. According to the Huffington Post, Anglin said Jackson’s actions made white nationalists look bad.
“Though we should acknowledge the tragedy of what Jackson did, the most important thing for us to remember is that he does not represent White Supremacy. White Supremacy is a religion of peace, and the overwhelming majority of White Supremacists are peaceful members of society who do not agree with stabbing random black people with swords,” said Anglin in a blog post.
The Daily Stormer’s site is full of racist and anti-semitic articles and posts.