Neo-Nazi, White Supremacist, And Misogynist Extremists Online React To Supreme Court Overturning Roe v. Wade; Promote Violence And Accelerationism, Discuss Targeting Protestors And Women

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June 24, 2022

On June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court officially announced a decision on the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization case that struck down Roe v. Wade. Immediately after the announcement of the decision, white supremacists and neo-Nazis reacted to the ruling, and many used the decision as an excuse to advance their ideology.

Some accelerationists sought to capitalize on the division created by the decision, promoting violence and expressing hope for social unrest or terrorist violence. Many hoped that the pro-choice extremist "Jane's Revenge" would follow through on their promise of further violence, goading the group to escalate their campaign of attacks on property. Others predicted widespread protests by pro-choice activists, with some groups promoting violence directed at these protestors and suggesting rallies might be an easy target for terrorist violence.

Other extremists simply used the decision to target women, celebrating the court's ruling as a blow against feminism and women's rights more broadly. Incels and ideological misogynist groups celebrated the decision as a curtailment on women's sexuality and a move towards a restrictive patriarchal society, while others expressed hope that the decision would be the first in a slew of anti-progressive decisions, with one channel saying: "f**gots are next."

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The following is a compilation of posts on Gab, MeWe, Telegram, Poast, and extremist forums reacting to the Dobbs v. Jackson decision.

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Some Neo-Nazi Accelerationists Hope Decision Will Spark Violence, Promote Rioting And Terrorism

Neo-Nazis called for the acceleration of system collapse following the publication of the Supreme Court ruling. Some extremists declared that they expected unrest comparable to the summer demonstrations following the killing of George Floyd in 2020, with individuals calling for people to arm themselves in preparation and "escalate and accelerate."

In a neo-Nazi Telegram chat, a user reacted to the ruling by writing: "They got rid of Roe vs Wade, feminists bitches are supposedly planning to riot and do terror attacks. LOCK AND LOAD FOLKS BE VIGLANT OF 300 LBS MUDSHARKS WITH PURPLE HAIR. The bulldykes are going to be 'runing' hogwild!" Another user replied, stating: "Most abortions have been coloreds for a while so canceling roe will mean accelerated browning."

In a follow-up post, the original poster added: "I am hoping that the fat bulldykes actually hold true to their word and launch nation wide riots/terror and violence over the right to kill their baby in the womb. I want to see them destroy their own democrat shit hole cities again, and I want it to happen while Kike puppets Biden/Harris and the kike media promote it... I want to see these leftist shithole cities crumble and the modern day Sodom and Gommorah freakshow escalate and accelerate... LOCK AND LOAD FOLKS BE VIGILANT AND STAY ALERT."

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In another neo-Nazi Telegram chat, a user asserted: "I heard there's a lot of attacks on churches over it." Another user replied: "Based holy war now" to which the original poster wrote: "ACCELERATE."

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A neo-Nazi Telegram channel posted the news that Roe v. Wade had been overturned by the Supreme Court, sharing a YouTube link to live reactions outside the Supreme Court building in Washington D.C. Immediately after, the channel shared a link to the song "Keep Your Rifle By Your Side" from the Far Cry 5 videogame. The song and the game as a whole are often used by white supremacists to promote violence and system collapse.

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In a follow-up post, the channel posted a gif of Justice Clarence Thomas, writing: "F**gots are next."

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Many White Supremacists and Neo-Nazis Predict Social Unrest

Neo-Nazis and white supremacists responded to the Supreme Court ruling by asserting that pro-abortion individuals would riot and cause violence in the streets, with one user referring to potential demonstrations as "judeo Antifa riots."

A white supremacist, misogynist Gab user wrote: "IT'S ARMED PREGNANT WOMAN TIME."

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A neo-Nazi on Gab posted a message reading: "Incoming judeo Antifa riots."

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A user on a neo-Nazi forum commented: "Liberal tears are good but this isn't. Most abortions are non-White." Another user commented: "GOOD! Now let the savage riots begin!"

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A Canadian accelerationist Telegram channel stated: "oh here we go george floyd 2."

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Some White Supremacists And Neo-Nazis Predict Attacks On Presumed Targets Of Pro-Abortion Demonstrators, Call Supporters To Defend Such Targets

Some white supremacists and neo-Nazis called for people to defend assumed targets of potential pro-abortion attacks, focusing on defending white churches, anti-abortion clinics, and GOP institutions.

An extremist Gab account wrote a post predicting violence against specific institutions. "FYI: 'There's probably going to be a lot of arson this weekend. Crisis pregnancy clinics. Churches. Your local Republican HQ. Be on the look out." Included in the post is an image from 4Chan featuring a screenshot from Twitter of a user stating: "Only Black churches should be left standing. Burn them all."

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A neo-Nazi Telegram channel wrote: "It's official. Roe v Wade is dead. All bros should be ready to defend your churches today. Sympathy to the Hispanics with your Catholic churches which the terrorists have announced as their main target. Stand strong."

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Neo-Nazis, White Supremacists, And Involuntary Celibates Celebrate The Ruling, Target Women

Many extremists online celebrated the Supreme Court ruling, relishing in the assumed outrage among pro-abortion advocates. Extremists mocked former Justice Ginsburg and declared victory, with some incels referring to the ruling as "lifefuel." Other extremists called for the Supreme Court to address other landmark cases, including cases related to school integration, gay marriage, and interracial dating.

On Gab, a white supremacist posted an image featuring Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh with red laser eyes and the accompanying text: "Say goodbye to your abortions whores."

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In another post, the same account shared a graphic of the late supreme court justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg with falling confetti and the glowing text: "Burn in hell."

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In a thread on an incel forum focused on the ruling, a user wrote: "I HATE 'LIBERAL' IDIOTS AND WESTERN WHORES THEY ARE SO DUMB. I HOPE THAT THEY ALL GONNA GET RAPED BY N**GERS AND THEIR HEADS CUT OFF." Another user replied: "Incredibly based supreme court." A third user added: "Should be labelled lifefuel [an incel term referring to something that gives motivation and hope]."

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A user on an incel forum wrote: "I know less access to abortion leads to issues over time, such as overpopulation and crime rate, but since foids determined that I'm too ugly to pass on my genes, i won't leave behind kids dealing with it. Im a prick, and I'm just happy to see foids' lives become more complicated." A user commented: "If only they would impose the death penalty on those who pursue it illegally." Another user added: "Lifefuel... Keep crying whores."

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A white supremacist account on Poast wrote: "Nigs are going to get abortions either way, it just won't be as safe for the mother. This is the demo that commits the crime, abandons their kids, and eats clay. And abortion hasn't been outlawed, it's just left to the states. So maybe we'll see less of the blue locusts taking over red states which means more strongholds for Whites."

Some White Supremacists Favor Roe v. Wade, Claim Criminalizing Abortion Will Lead To White Exodus

Some white supremacists cautioned that the Supreme Court ruling may lead to an increased rate of demographic change or that the ruling be used by liberal legislatures to further restrict access to guns while attention is focused on Roe v. Wade.

A neo-Nazi reacted to the Supreme Court decision on his Telegram channel, writing: "My takeaway from Roe v. Wade repeal: if you're white and live in the South, get ready to be hacked to death with machetes when your region re-Africanizes in the next 20 years."

On Telegram, a Canadian accelerationist stated: "Here's my take. Thinking out loud. R vs W was just overturned. I knew it would be. By design because the establishment knows the left will cause chaos and burn loot murder all summer long. (Don't worry demons, Canada already offered to abort America's children) The Supreme Court just ruled on Thurs, that the Constitution provides the right to carry outside the home. While states also introduce red flag laws. Its removes the right to due process automatically. Huge distractions from the corruption and genocide. Win win for the agenda. Burn the States. Jail armed dissenters. Color me jaded."

A white supremacist Poast user wrote: "It'll be interesting to see what states laws come out about abortion after this. It'll basically be a litmus test for where you should live as a God-fearing White person."

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