Monday, December 25, 2023

Nick Fuentes Calls For Annihilation Of Non-Christians...

LA GRANGE PARK, IL – Many call for "peace on Earth" in the Christmas season. 
Nationally known La Grange Park racist Nicholas Fuentes is doing the opposite: He is pushing for the death penalty for non-Christians. Nicholas Fuentes, who at last check still votes in La Grange Park, has grabbed headlines in the past. In November 2022, Fuentes and Kanye West, who stirred controversy over repeated antisemitic comments, dined with former President Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago. In his recent podcast, Fuentes said he was focused on "occult" elements at the highest level of societies, particularly Jewish people. "So many of the people perpetrating the lies, the destruction of the country, they are evildoers. They are people who worship the false gods. They are people who practice magic and rituals or whatever," Fuentes said. "More than anything, those people need to be, when we take power, they need to be given the death penalty." He said he was more concerned about such people than he was about nonwhites and mass migration. "These are people communicating with demons and engaging in this sort of witchcraft and stuff. These people that are suppressing the name of Christ and suppressing Christianity, they must be absolutely annihilated when we take power," said Fuentes, who was Lyons Township High School's student body president before he graduated in 2016. "This is God's country. This is Jesus' country," Fuentes continued. "This is not the domain of atheists and devil worshippers, perfidious Jews. This is Christ's country." In the fall, Fuentes fantasized about having African Americans killed, saying it would be "awesome." For years, Fuentes aired his podcast from his parents' home in La Grange Park. He is believed to have moved his studio to Berwyn. Last year, his mother, Lauren Fuentes, appeared to be a big fan of her son's racist ideology during an appearance on his podcast. In another episode of his podcast, Fuentes said his father, Bill Fuentes, would not take his family to certain restaurants because he believed they were associated with African Americans. It was a "running joke" in the family, Nicholas Fuentes said. Only his sister, Melissa Fuentes, appears to have no sympathy for Fuentes' views. She has publicly supported diversity. She also appears to back the LGBTQ community, which her brother reviles. Source

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