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Bs’D FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday February 8, 2010


Unlike 2008 (see article below), this year the Jewish Defense Organization was able to
get the biennial meeting of the neo-Nazi American Renaissance Party led by Jarad
Taylor cancelled. Taylor planned to hold it at the Dulles Airport Westin in Herndon,
Virginia but thanks to the JDO, it cancelled. To verify this call 703-793-3366 or call the
manager or Mr Catalan at 703-793-3366

White Nationalist Group's Meeting Prompts Protest

Jewish Defense Organization Urges Herndon Hotel to Halt 'Neo-Nazi' Conference in

By Fredrick Kunkle
Washington Post Staff Writer
Thursday, December 13, 2007

A militant Jewish group is pressing a Herndon hotel to halt an upcoming conference organized
by a white nationalist group based in Northern Virginia. The Jewish Defense Organization is
calling on supporters to push the Crowne Plaza Dulles Airport hotel into canceling a Feb. 22-24
conference for the New Century Foundation and its American Renaissance Magazine. The
Jewish group calls the foundation a "neo-Nazi" organization and says that it has worked with
white supremacist and former presidential candidate David Duke. "The reason we want it
stopped is these are neo-Nazis. There's no question," said Jeffrey Adler, a spokesman for the
Jewish Defense Organization. David Welliver, the hotel's general manager, did not return calls
seeking comment. The magazine and 13-year-old foundation were created by Jared Taylor, an
Oakton resident who calls himself a "race realist" and advocates an end to all immigration and all
laws forbidding discrimination. In a telephone interview last week, Taylor, 56, said that genetics
is the overriding reason for differences in intelligence between the races and that this accounts
for inferior test scores by blacks compared with whites, and by whites compared with Asians.
He also argued for an end to affirmative action and other efforts to close the "achievement gap"
between white and black children, saying these are politically correct but ultimately useless
attempts to overcome innate differences between people. Taylor also disavowed any association
with neo-Nazi organizations and decried efforts to close down the conference. "It seems that if
anybody is a Nazi in this group, it's the ones trying to force the other group into silence," Taylor
said. "Frankly, I find the behavior of these people truly contemptible." Taylor said about 250
people are expected to attend the conference. Protesters rallied when the biennial American
Renaissance Conference last met, in Herndon in March 2006. Last March, a Canadian university
rescinded its invitation for Taylor to speak, saying threats by protesters raised the concern that
the university would have to spend a lot of money on extra security.

Adler, the Jewish Defense spokesman, said his organization would call on other Jews to boycott
the hotel if the conference goes on. The group's Web site and telephone number also urge callers
to protest to hotel management. "We're a militant self-defense group," Adler said. "The bottom
line is, the hotel has to know that there will be big, ugly demonstrations." He said it was
important to combat groups such as New Century Foundation before they reach a wider
audience. "The bottom line is, every time the Nazis get their message out, they receive new
people," Adler said. Adler denied that his group was infringing on the organization's rights to
free speech and assembly. "That's what Hitler said, that some people tried to silence him," Adler
said. "The reality is, Hitler started with a handful of followers, and Jews said, 'Let him speak.'
The fruits of free speech for Nazis was Auschwitz and 6 million Jews dead. Anti-Semitic words
lead to anti-Semitic action."

Both organizations have been labeled by civil rights organizations as extremists. The Southern
Poverty Law Center calls the New Century Foundation a "hate group" and Taylor a "white


Yousef al-Khattab was in contact with Major’s Nidal Hasan’s best friend, Duane
Reasoner. He was in contact with Tarek Mehanna, now under indictment in Boston,
Massachusetts, on charges of conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. He
exchanged internet messages with Mehanna’s co-conspirator, Daniel Maldonado. He
also met with Neil Bryant Vinas, a young New Yorker who has pleaded guilty to
plotting to attack trains on the Long Island Rail Road. After the JDO staged a
demonstration outside al-Khattab’s Al-Qaeda recruiting office Al-Khattab (Joseph
Leonard Kaplan) moved to Morocco. You can hear him HERE call JDO violent. Al-
Khattab would have found someone sooner or later who would have succeeded in a
terrorist act in New York City. How many lives the JDO saved by neutralizing his scum
will never be known nor will JDO ever get any credit from the media for doing so.