Thursday, January 17, 2008

HAL TURNER OUTED AS FBI RAT


It seems Hal Turner who came to Kingston two years ago for a "Rally against Black on White Violence" was actually an FBI informant. Turner who ran a website and radio show from his New Jersey home was known for his racist rants and over the top commentary, which would often include calling for the murders of public officials.


In 2002, Turner ended his show for "money reasons", in reality the FBI shut him down and then flipped him. When the show returned in late 2003, Turner gathered information for the FBI, until last week when a hacker broke into Turner's e-mail accounts. The hacker discovered communication between Turner and the FBI, the hacker then threatened to expose Turner, shortly after the show and website were shutdown.


Turner again citing money trouble as the reasoning for the shutdown:


The Hal Turner Show is ended.


The free market votes with its wallet and for seven years, this show has struggled to garner new listeners and financial support.


I have grown weary of this battle; my heart just isn't in it anymore. As such, it is with great regret that I announce the termination of the Hal Turner Show in its present form. If a new show airs at all, it will be entirely different than it is now.


I hereby separate from the "pro-White" movement. I will no longer involve myself in any aspect of it. Thank you for your support in the past.


I wish all of you the best of luck in the future. Those few of you who subscribed more than a single month will still have access to the archives until your subscription expires.


- Hal Turner


I must wonder that Yankee Jim, a Hurley resident, who has left racist comments on this blog and on the Freeman's website, might be a little worried. Yankee Jim was a close "friend" of Mr. Turner's and helped orchestrate the event in Kingston that cost residents close to 80k.


18 comments:

Anonymous said...

The FBI commonly uses "moles" to ferret out bad guys. If Yankee Jim was looking for a sawed off or a rocket launcher then he'd have been toast already. It's not illegal to live in fear of minorities. It's when that fear drives you to violence that the law gets involved. I heard a prominent religious leader from Hurley state things in a legal setting that would raise concern for the FBI much more than racism, but I'm prohibited by law from reporting it. Hurley is a strange place. Banjo music from the steeples. Track my URL and do a little past history (six months) and you'll find what you're looking for guys. I can't tell you but...

Yankee James said...

Blaber said: "I must wonder that Yankee Jim, a Hurley resident, who has left racist comments on this blog and on the Freeman's website, might be a little worried. Yankee Jim was a close "friend" of Mr. Turner's and helped orchestrate the event in Kingston that cost residents close to 80k.


For the record Jeremy, I've never left a single "racist" comment on your blog. Plenty of TRUTH, but nothing "racist."

Speaking of truth Jeremy...I challenge you to find one thing on my blog that's not true.


Jeremy...I've been visited by Tim Matthews and a few FBI agents during the past 5 years or so. Why do you think I would be "worried"? You and I do the same thing...we both write. Are you worried Jeremy?

Jeremy...the first time the FBI paid me a visit, I asked them why they're here. You know what they said to me Jeremy? (with a straight face) They said (and I quote) "We've received numerous complaints about your comments in the Daily Freeman." This was back when Jason West was "marrying" the queers down in New Paltz. Can you believe that Jeremy??? I mean...that should bother YOU even more than it did ME. After all...YOU are the one thinking about going to law school...aren't you?

The last visit I had from Matthews and the lady FBI agent (good looking woman!) was a little over a year ago. "Just checking up on you." (I guess the pen really is mightier than the sword!)


BTW Jeremy...what you're reading on the Internet about Hal Turner are rumors and innuendo. If Hal's a fed...we need about a hundred more just like him! BTW...perhaps Jimmy Sottile should send the FBI a bill for the $80K? *roll eyes*

Here's one for you Jeremy...as a future law student, what do you think about two restaurants refusing to serve 50-60 White people because of their creed? (I'm curious...and before you answer, there's case law. Look it up)


One more thing Jeremy...the Daily Freeman censoring my commentary was what caused the birth of The Hudson Valley Freeman. I said to myself...screw them, I don't need their stinking paper anymore...I'll start my own and post whatever I want!

I noticed that a few hours had passed after The Hudson Valley Freeman was "born," and all of a sudden there was a"BlaberNews." *wink*



Keep up the good work young man...but think about what you write before you post it up. I really enjoy seeing younger guys get involved...even if we don't "see eye to eye."

Oh, and one last thing Jeremy...I ain't goin' nowhere! Censor me if you want to (as Cahill does)...but I assure you, you'll be the one who ends up lookin' bad in the end. Keep up the good work! *wink*


In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot.
- Mark Twain

Yankee James said...

Hey 7:45...why on earth would anyone need a sawed off or a rocket launcher when they have a pen?

Samuel Adams didn't have either of the above, and look what he was able to pull off!


Oh, and for the record...I don't "fear minorities" pal. Back when I was in the 101st...my government taught me how to kill people with my bare hands. I'm a big boy, and I fear no one.

I choose to live away from "minorities," but that's a far cry from "fearing" them. *roll eyes*

I moved away from Long Island so that my children could go to school with their own kind...and not have to experience any boy's room monkeyshines as that poor White girl did in Kingston recently. (notice how fast that one "went away"?!!!)

Richard T. Cahill Jr. said...

I admit it openly. I reject your comments each and every time, Yankee James. I do not wish to have racial or bigoted comments on my blog.

You deny sending racists material, yet you sent both Jeremy and I a graphic of a sign for Kingston using the "N" word in a most vulgar manner.

If Jeremy chooses to print your comments, that's his business. I will not post your stuff on my blog.

Anonymous said...

Jim you obviously fear minorities. The fact that you make violent references to your insecurity only reinforces the fact that you have fears. Fear is normal. We all fear something. Some of us are secure in our heritage and find insecurity like yours to be quite amusing. Like most phobias, an immersion into what you fear the most can cure it. You need to spend a few days in the company of gay black men,perhaps re-enlist in the military, to make your phobia go away. People aren't laughing with you,they're laughing at you. Btw, if you haven't left a racist comment here,you certainly got tricked into doing it this time. "Monkeyshines?"

Anonymous said...

Let's be real little dick.
You censor anything that points out your own inadequacies and incompetence.
Unlike yourself, Jeremy welcomes critical dialogue even about himself and he recognizes that free speech and the free exchange of unpopular beliefs and opinions stands at the heart of the first amendment.
Attorneys should understand this basic concept particularly when they pretend to be engaged in delivering news.

Anonymous said...

I never thought that I would have more respect for the postings of Yankee Jim then I would for the responses of an attorney. Mr. Cahill, you really should grow up.

Yankee James said...

To 10:31 AM:

"Monkeyshines," "TNB"...can you think of anything better to call it?

I mean, what else would you call six "African-Americans" GANG RAPING A 15 YEAR OLD WHITE GIRL IN A SCHOOL BATHROOM?!!!

How about you Cahill...what would you call it? (make sure you don't "offend" anyone Cahill)

And BTW Cahill...I thought the "Welcome To Kingston" billboard was hysterical...ESPECIALLY with what's been going on in Kingston lately. And it's only going to get WORSE.

Yankee James said...

Richard T. Cahill Jr. said: "I admit it openly. I reject your comments each and every time, Yankee James."


LMFWAO! More intolerance from one of the "tolerant" ones?!!!

Anonymous said...

That idiot is an attorney? He's a moron! As for the alleged "rape" the suspects were all let go because of lack of evidence. It wasn't the lack of physical evidence I bet. Must have been the lack of truthfullness of the victim. Note to Jim- The "black culture" that repulses us so much is more prevalent among suburban whites than blacks. Urban white kids generally shake it off as do rural whites. You're in suburbia now. Kids like to engage in rebellious culture against their parent's fears. You might have left the island but you're in the fire now. Maybe you should pretend to like it and your kids will get embarrassed enough to stay away. The shaved head is a good start. That was one of the first mau-mau culture movements. Shaved heads go with those silly baggy pants.

Anonymous said...

Obviously, Yankee James is posting under his name and anonymously against Cahill.

I cannot believe anyone would be outraged that he refuses to publish Jim's racist diatribe.

Anonymous said...

I'm posting anonymously and I'm not outraged about Cahill,I just think he's an idiot. I don't bother with his blog, it's just kindergarten level. I give James credit for posting in places where his opinion is unpopular. I've tried to post at Cahill's but he doesn't post any nonbrownnosing comments. He's a weak person and can't support his views. He obviously doesn't understand that a blog is for the discussion of opposing views,not just a mutual admiration society. I happen to be a liberal non-racist that has some agreement with Yankee James' points about reverse discrimination.

Anonymous said...

As the author of the comments that you assume were made by Yankee Jim, I too post annonymously when I feel like it.

I disagree with practically everything Jim says and believes. While I find his conduct and beliefs reprehensible, I will stand up for his right to believe whatever he wants as long as he does not pose a physical danger to others. That is the basic premise behind the first amendment to our constitution.

For the sake of little dick's education, it is called the "marketplace of ideas" and it a concept that lies at the heart of our democracy.

Yankee James said...

7:25 PM said: "I will stand up for his right to believe whatever he wants as long as he does not pose a physical danger to others. That is the basic premise behind the first amendment to our constitution."


It's a sad day in American when a lawyer (Cahill) needs to be reminded that popular speech isn't what needs protection...speech that is unpopular is why our (White) Founding Fathers made sure we had a Bill Of Rights.

I know a few of you reading this will absolutely CRINGE (Cahill) because I point out that our Founding Fathers were White men.

Get over it...our Founding Fathers were racists! When they used the word "Nation," they were NOT referring to a land mass! They were referring to a people! (Googo dat shit)

Cahill, you really do need to do some growing up. I was born and raised in Detroit. When I discuss racial issues on our radio show and forum, I do so from experience...NOT from what I saw on The Cosby Show! ;)

I repeat...I challenge anyone reading this to point to ONE THING on my blog that isn't true! (Ball's in your court little dick!) :D

Anonymous said...

For someone who "doesn't bother" with Cahill's blog, you seem to profess to know a great deal about it!!

Second, a blog is whatever the blog owner wants. If a blog owner chooses not to print outrageous attacks against himself, so be it.

Finally, you guys must really fear Cahill. You blast him any chance you get and then have the nerve to call him negative.

Anonymous said...

Two visits is all it takes to learn that he doesn't post anything. One visit confirms his stupidity. I guess if I know a lot about it, then I was correct in assuming there isn't much to bother with. With that kind of track record,he won't be celebrating his number of hits.

Yankee James said...

Richard T. Cahill Jr. said...
"I admit it openly. I reject your comments each and every time, Yankee James."


Cahill said: "But, everyone is entitled to their opinion."

Above taken from here: http://cahillonkingston.blogspot.com/2008/01/return-of-kingston-truth.html


LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

BeenThereDoneThat said...

Yankee James Said:


It's a sad day in America when a lawyer [name omitted by BTDT] needs to be reminded that popular speech isn't what needs protection...speech that is unpopular is why our (White) Founding Fathers made sure we had a Bill Of Rights.

I know a few of you reading this will absolutely CRINGE [name omitted by BTDT] because I point out that our Founding Fathers were White men.

Get over it...our Founding Fathers were racists! When they used the word "Nation," they were NOT referring to a land mass! They were referring to a people
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I may not agree with the content of what Yankee James has to say,however; under the first amendment-- Freedom of Speech is an entitlement that grants him the right to express himself in an orderly matter. It is all a matter of subjective interpretation.

Yes, Yankee James, our founding forefathers were "racist" in a sense.At that time, in the 1790's, the Bill of Rights said nothing about Women or colored [as black people were labeled back then] people universal suffrage. Women, consisting of 51% of the population, were treated as second class citizens. This was consistent with the mores of the time albeit unfair.

After the end of the civil war, the 15th amendment, enacted in 1866, eliminated servitude and granted suffrage to the black male. Nothing in the 15th amendment specified the right of women--white or black-- to vote. So women were again placed on the back burner of expedient politics even as the suffragettes demanded the right to vote.

54 years later, at the conclusion of WW I, a war-weary nation appreciated the contributions of women on the home front. Universal suffrage became law in 1920 with the passage of the 19th amendment.

That is true; the other political blog in town does practice censorship if the content is not consistent with his viewpoint. So I have been censored by him as well. But It's his blog, and he has the right to practice censorship to his particular liking. Experience is the best teacher so I know better as to not post any thing controversial on his blog that he might disagree with. Jemery seems to be more open-minded in that aspect allowing controversial submissions to his blog.