Houston Nazis Doxx Each Other Following Anti-Fascist Actions

On Saturday, June 8th, anti-fascists exposed a realtor named Paul Preston as being the leader of a local Neo-Nazi Group called the Houston Goylers. On the same day they confronted him outside his home in Houston’s Near Northside neighborhood where he lives with his Neo-Nazi girlfriend, Ariel Gherman. Before news even had a chance to spread about the confrontation, active members of Houston’s Alt-Right were already well into an uproar of infighting and blame on Facebook. Weeks prior to the event, tensions were already running high between “AK Lane”, an Alt-Right woman who was dating a Patriot Front member, and Paul Preston. AK Lane had vaguely accused Paul of being a “Nazi LARPer with a Jewish girlfriend” (Ariel bears a commonly Jewish surname), and Paul had in turn been making jokes about AK Lane’s body and appearance for some time. Preston further inflamed tensions by implying it was preferable to date an attractive non-white woman over an opinionated fascist white woman, angering the more “principled” Nazis. This infighting, driven largely by the hopelessly dramatic Paul Preston, ironically rendered him helpless and friendless just a few days later when a large bloc of anti-fascists arrived at their doorstep. Demonstrations continued for well over an hour, with Ariel hiding inside with no one to call upon for aid.

After finding out the hard way that being a Nazi in the real world won’t be tolerated, Paul and Ariel took their anger back to the internet looking for someone to blame for this series of humiliating defeats – while others made laughable claims they could have done something differently to stop us. Over the next few days arguments among fascists flared and it was revealed by AK Lane’s boyfriend that she had previously threatened to doxx Paul Preston.

Upon seeing this, Paul and Ariel became convinced that AK Lane had been solely responsible for doxxing them. Incapable of believing that anti-fascists could collect such extensive information on their own, a number of stories began circulating online about AK Lane working with antifascists and doxxing her former friends.

In actuality, Paul had doxxed himself by posting pictures from his home office, and by identifying himself as Wooderson on film during a fascist “Texas Is Ours” rally in Austin the year prior. AK Lane had not, despite her threats, communicated any information about Preston but it ultimately didn’t matter. His unprincipled, panicked, childishly dramatic demeanor lead him to doxx AK Lane as Kathryn Powell, a name not previously known to us. Both Paul and Ariel made a concerted effort to distribute this information widely online, including photos of Kathryn’s work badge as a TMS Transit Specialist for TAPS Public Transit in North Texas. It’s unclear if that is her current or former employer.

Throughout the weeks following, Kathryn Powell has been the target of continued harassment from her former Nazi associates. Memes, jokes, and threats about her have been circulating across fascist social media circles and are being shared by fascists not even originally involved in these disputes. She is no longer dating her boyfriend from Patriot Front, who appears to have betrayed her by releasing her threats to doxx Paul Preston. It’s no surprise that the first people they are ready to betray are women. The Alt-Right is deeply rooted in misogyny, and they will always seek to blame their own failures and weaknesses on women first. 

Kathryn is still active in some fascist circles such as the “Othinn Folk” Nazi Pagan group which she administers on social media along with other Neo-Nazis. Paul Preston and his friends have gone out of their way to make a fake Facebook group where they make fun of Othinn Folk and Kathryn Powell herself. These events seem to have pitted Paul Preston and his friends in the Houston Goylers and Patriot Front against anyone who supports or tolerates Kathryn in other groups.

White supremacists, and in this case “Chad Nationalists” in particular, build themselves up as strong, disciplined fighters who put their “movement” above all else. In reality, these are fragile, childish white men terrified of being exposed and ready to throw each other under the bus at the first sign of trouble.

Man Caught With Weapons at El Paso Rally Exposed as Houston InfoWars Activist

Who is Thomas Bartram?

Thomas Graham Bartram is a Houston resident who recently appeared on the news for waving weapons around in El Paso after Trump’s visit in response to the mass shooting that took place last week. He was detained by police outside a Community Center and released without arrest or citation. He can be seen posing next to his truck which is covered in pro-Trump, InfoWars, and other far right wing bumper stickers. One can’t help but be reminded of Cesar Sayoc’s white van. While police execute black and brown people for holding any number of random objects when stopped, they continue to be able to detain white men with large rifles unharmed, even in the midst of mass shooting sprees. Not even a week after El Paso saw a young man gun down dozens of innocent people and post his racist Alt-Right manifesto, this other young white man very visibly associated with wingnut Alt-Right groups shows up with weapons, wearing rubber gloves, and is sent on his way with a wag of the finger at a related event. Unbeknownst to the public, this is not even the first time Bartram has been detained and released by police officers for flagrancy with weapons. Many believe his actions and politics mirror that of the beginnings of mass shooters and violent white supremacists, and that action should be taken before he injures or kills people, not after.

Thomas Bartram being detained next to his truck in El Paso, Texas

Bartram, 21, is part of the “InfoArmy,” the pathetic following of conspiracy-peddling white supremacist Alex Jones and his dollar store replica Owen Shroyer. Jones is currently embroiled in a legal battle over his part in urging his base to harass the families of the Sandy Hook victims, including his defense sending a cache of child porn to the families lawyers. Bartram frequents the InfoWars forums, openly posting about his organizing and propagandizing activities around Houston. His crew have done multiple “banner drops” with white supremacist slogans such as “Itz OK 2 B white” while brandishing guns, and have taped dozens of InfoWars fliers around the Houston area. After one banner drop where they were confronted by a concerned citizen, Bartram and crew were interviewed by Shroyer on InfoWars’ official channels. Just as 8chan was recently shut down for it’s part in radicalizing the El Paso shooter, a case could be made for InfoWars radicalizing and even officially endorsing violent extremism as well.  While goofy, conspiracy-driven groups like InfoWars and more mild “Alt-Light” groups like the Proud Boys may seem like less of a problem than explicitly fascist and Neo-Nazi groups, they must still be understood as a very serious threat. Organizations like InfoWars may not openly advocate for genocide or ethno-states, but they certainly attract people who are interested in those things as well as dangerous wingnut conspiracy theorists who believe mass shootings are their last option.

Thomas Bartram (Left) posing next to one of his banners.

Bartram, who goes by @texas_T online, doxxed himself, posting his name, date of birth, and phone number. His twitter is filled with deranged racism, homophobia, and nationalist rants.

On Bartram’s bitchute page, we discover videos of him having been detained by police in the past for brazenly waving guns around on public streets. Police detained him, joked with him, and then let him go. Not that cops will ever challenge white supremacist ideology, Bartram facing consequences may have prevented the citizens of El Paso from yet another danger to their safety. Bartram also posts videos showing off one of his guns, as well as the hundreds of dollars worth of InfoWars snake oil he consumes daily

Daddy’s Money

Thomas was home schooled and his background fits the stereotype of a privileged white boy who was radicalized online by right wing conspiracies. His family is very wealthy and seemingly right wing, supporting his cosplay lifestyle. His father, Mark Albert Bartram, born February 6th, 1960, has worked at companies such as BP, IBM, and as the Vice President of Koch Industries. He is currently an “Executive Partner” with Gartner Executive Programs. The Trump-plastered truck Thomas drives around was bought by and registered to his father, who is clearly enabling his son’s participation in the Alt-Right scene.

Yesterday Thomas posted that he’ll be on his way to Portland, Oregon for an August 17th “End Antifa” Rally, we can guess who is paying for his travels. We hope any of our comrades who may encounter this person stay safe and are aware of his history.

Houston Realtor Paul Preston Exposed as Nazi Group Leader

Summary

Paul Joseph Preston, often using the aliases Whit Wooderson and Woody White,  is a co-founder of a local white nationalist organization known as the Houston Goylers, and a frequent contributor to the Alt-Right podcast Exodus Americanus. He has participated in numerous white supremacist and Neo-Nazi rallies including the deadly Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville in 2017, the attempted disruption of the Houston Anarchist Bookfair in 2017, and the attempted disruption of Bingo Against Borders in 2018, among others. He works in real estate and holds a Texas real estate license. His license is sponsored by Applied Real Estate Technologies, LLC, which does business under the trade name ListingSpark. Paul lives with his white nationalist girlfriend, Ariel Gherman, in Houston’s Near Northside neighborhood where he owns a house.

Paul Preston and Ariel Gherman marching in the white supremacist “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, 2017.
Paul and Ariel’s Information
Paul Joseph Preston

Date of Birth: March 24, 1989

Address: 1205 Morris St., Houston, TX 77009

Phone number: 713-859-0137

Vehicle: Dark Toyota Prius, Texas Plate Number GWS 6800

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/woody.white56481
https://www.facebook.com/whit.wooderson

Email: pauljosephpreston@icloud.com
wooderson5000@gmail.com

Work: Texas Real Estate License no. 703707
License sponsored by Applied Real Estate Technologies, LLC (dba ListingSpark), license #9000603

ListingSpark Email: admin@listingspark.com

ListingSpark Phone Numbers: 512-827-2252
210-405-1109

ListingSpark Addresses: 3415 Greystone Dr., Ste 310, Austin, TX 78731
9050 N. Capitol of Texas Hwy, Bldg 3, Ste 250, Austin, TX 78759

ListingSpark Websites: listingspark.com
listingsparkrealestate.com

Ariel Michelle Gherman

Date of Birth: April 12, 1994

Address: 1205 Morris St., Houston, TX 77009

Phone number: 832-814-3003

Vehicle: Green Subaru Outback, Texas plate HHT 9271

Work: Currently unknown; background in graphic design.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hiariel

Paul Preston and the Houston Goylers

Paul Joseph Preston is one of the two original founders of a Houston-based Neo-Nazi organization called the Houston Goylers. The name is an antisemitic play on the name of the old Houston football team, the Houston Oilers. Goy is a Hebrew word that was historically sometimes used to refer to non-Jews, and is often used today by white supremacists and Neo-Nazis today to emphasize how not-Jewish, and in fact how anti-Jewish, they are. Among Houston Neo-Nazis, the Goylers are generally regarded as the “main guys” who organize as explicit white supremacists in Houston, alongside Patriot Front. In 2016 the Goylers boasted a membership of around 25 people, with about 10 of them reported as being highly active according to Paul Preston, though it is unclear if they have maintained the same membership over recent years.

Paul Preston uses the alias Whit Wooderson online (and variations like “Woody White”), and credits himself as “one of the founders of Chad Nationalism” as well. Like many other Alt-Right terms, Chad Nationalism is really just a meme-based rebranding of white nationalism, centered around building up one’s identity as an “alpha male” as featured in Chad memes online. Under his Whit Wooderson alias, Paul is also an administrator to the “Boartex of Power” Facebook group, which serves as a private social group for the Alt-Right talk show “Exodus Americanus”, a channel on “The Right Stuff” (TRS) fascist podcast platform. He has participated in a number of TRS podcasts under the name Wooderson, discussing the social activities of the Houston Goylers, his love of Confederate Flag regalia, work and life advice for fellow Neo-Nazis, and his contempt for everyone who isn’t a white, straight Christian male with racial slurs littered throughout. Here is a short clip of Wooderson laying out his beliefs on Exodus Americanus Episode 112:

Whit Wooderson listed as an admin for the private “Boartex of Power” Facebook group where Exodus Americanus listeners congregate.

On top of just talking on The Right Stuff podcasts, Paul helped organize “TRS Pool Party” meetups around Houston. These are basically just real-life social meetups for Alt-Right Nazis who listen to or are involved in the podcasts, but they have played a role in networking different fascist groups together and bringing in new members. Paul also joined the white supremacist group “Identity Europa” when they were around in 2016, and put up some of their flyers around Houston which FreePress Houston reported about at the time.

In 2017, Paul traveled to Charlottesville to participate in the Unite the Right demonstrations that culminated with James Field’s deadly car attack. During Friday’s torch-lit march, Paul could be seen dressed in a white polo shirt and khaki pants–the uniform of the now-defunct white nationalist group Vanguard America. He held hands and walked with his girlfriend Ariel Gherman (who sometimes uses the alias Ariel Sherman). You’ll remember last year we exposed Ariel for renting the house that the Texas Neo-Nazi contingent stayed in during their trip to Charlottesville. After our expose, Ariel was promptly fired from her job at a right-wing graphic design and media strategy firm, Harris Media (which has its own ties to international fascism), and soon after moved back to her hometown of Houston, where she took up residence with Paul. 

In the summer of 2017, Paul attended a white nationalist “Texas is Ours” rally in front of the Texas Capitol in Austin. With his organization “The Houston Goylers”, Paul participated in the attempted disruption of the Houston Anarchist Bookfair in September 2017, alongside Patriot Front and other fascists. He also was one of the white nationalists who attempted to disrupt the SURJ Bingo Against Borders event at a Houston bar in August 2018. He was caught on camera daring onlookers to “Take my picture, try to get me fired!” Aside from trying to disrupt various left wing events, the Goylers focus mostly on physical fitness training and do a lot of group activities in private, such as going on “Hate Hikes” with Patriot Front members and other Nazis.

There are a number of things which we will feature below that help prove Paul Preston is the real person behind the “Whit Wooderson” alias:

Realtors, White Supremacy, and Gentrification

Paul and Ariel live in a house Paul owns in the Near Northside, a historically Latino and Black neighborhood in central Houston, just north of downtown. It was the site of the 1978 protests and rebellion following the police murder of Jose Campos Torres. It’s also a neighborhood which, like much of inner loop Houston, has been struggling with gentrification and displacement, especially since the construction of the Red Line MetroRail in 2013. Additionally, the Near Northside has been the base of Paul’s real estate business activities. 

Paul currently holds a real estate license sponsored by Applied Real Estate Technologies, LLC, which does business as ListingSpark. It’s unclear whether Paul is an employee of ListingSpark or just an independent contractor. In either case, Texas law makes ListingSpark legally accountable for all the actions of the agents it sponsors. Sponsoring the license of an open Neo-Nazi like Paul or any of his associates therefore creates a huge liability for ListingSpark or any other sponsoring brokerage. 

The Fair Housing Statement by ListingSpark states that they “fully support the principles of the Fair Housing Act … which generally prohibits discrimination in the sale, rental, and financing of dwellings, and in other housing-related transactions, based on race, color, national origin, [and] religion,” and that they “are committed to, creating and fostering an environment of diversity throughout their … organization and franchise system.” Additionally, Section 531.19 of the Rules of the Texas Real Estate Commission prohibits real estate license holders from indicating “any preference, limitation, or discrimination” based on race, color, religion, national origin, or ancestry, among other characteristics. Article 10 of the Texas REALTORS® Code of Ethics (of which Paul is a member) contains a number of anti-discrimination provisions as well. But how can they expect an openly white supremacist Neo-Nazi to abide by these Fair Housing and non-discrimination laws?

Before his current gig with ListingSpark, Paul was the co-owner of Bayou City Properties, LLC, together with Daniel Nelan Starr. During that time both Paul and Daniel had real estate licenses sponsored by Granite Point Realty. The registered address of Bayou City Properties was 1205 Morris Street, the very house that Paul purchased in 2018 and for which he used Daniel as the real estate agent.

Dan Starr clearly had a close relationship with Paul and is still Facebook friends with Paul’s openly fascist account “Woody White,” and he “likes” or interacts with some of Paul’s Nazi posts. Dan Starr’s wife, Olivia, is also Facebook friends with Ariel Gherman. Dan Starr still owns and lists a number of other properties in the Near Northside as well, but appears to currently work for an Austin-based real estate company called Jovio.

Dan Starr’s facebook profile, where you can see he has friended “Woody White”

Below, we can see Paul Preston’s realty friend Dan Starr jokingly post “WE STAND WITH ISRAEL” in the comments of one of Paul’s posts complaining about Donald Trump supporting Israel.

The presence of an openly white supremacist real estate agent on the Near Northside, along with his other realty connections, is an enormous threat to all the non-white people still trying to hang on in this neighborhood. Like all U.S. cities, Houston has a long history of racial discrimination, segregation, and white supremacy in the real estate and housing industries, from redlining neighborhoods for disinvestment; blockbusting and white flight; discrimination in lending; and many other practices–both overt and subtle–used to arrange urban space to reflect and reinforce the larger racial hierarchies in society. The recent efforts at gentrifying the Near Northside follow this legacy closely. 

As Atlanta Antifascists noted in their 2017 expose of a white nationalist lawyer and real estate developer, “Involvement in property development and gentrification has several obvious appeals to white nationalists. First, insofar as it builds white enclaves at the expense of communities of color, this parallels the larger-scale political goals of white nationalism. Second, it generates funds and material resources that may be put at the disposal of the racist movement. Third, being perceived as a successful businessperson can itself generate political capital and greater opportunities to spread one’s message.” 

To be clear, the serious problems of racist development strategies and gentrification, housing and lending discrimination, and the displacement and subjugation of communities of color is so much bigger than a handful of avowed Neo-Nazis in the real estate business–just like a handful of Neo-Nazis in law enforcement or the military are not the cause of the white supremacist and colonial/imperial function of policing and the military. The attraction of white nationalists and Neo-Nazis merely illuminates the white supremacist structure and function already existing in these institutions. The structural white supremacy that exists in these industries and institutions creates attractive work opportunities for overt white nationalists, lends them an appearance of legitimacy while they enact their white nationalist agenda, and provides fertile ground for recruiting people steeped in the same culture. 

#YangGang

On March 10th, 2019, Paul and Ariel, along with fellow Nazis William Fears and Joffre Cross (both currently under indictment for being felons in possession of firearms), attended a Houston campaign event for Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang. Paul later bragged on social media about getting memes signed by Yang and sent a picture he had taken with Yang to his dad. At first glance, white nationalists supporting an Asian-American Democratic party candidate is entirely incomprehensible, but there are several forces at play in this. First is the alt-right’s disillusionment with Trump, partly because of his lack of follow through with the border wall and his support for Israel. Organizing support for an opposition candidate is partly a way to punish Trump for these betrayals, an attempt to prove that he and other Republicans need the alt-right to win. 

Having given up on Trump, and presidential candidates in general in some cases, many people on the Alt-Right are “ironically supporting Yang” because they say they just want the free $1000 per month (from his platform focused on a universal basic income) to fund their attempts at activism. The funny Yang Gang slogan, ripe opportunities at endless Yang memes, the fashwave aesthetic of Yang’s hats, and the irony of white supremacists appearing to back an Asian candidate are all factors that have combined into a large support base for Andrew Yang by the Alt-Right.

There are other, more ideological, layers as well, such as Yang’s emphasis on the impact of automation and occasional discussion of demographic changes in the U.S., both white nationalist talking points. 

For his part, Yang has denounced the Alt-Right support, but has hardly done anything to make his campaign inhospitable to them. And signing his name on print outs of Pepe memes seems, at the most generous, extremely naive for someone who wants to run for president, and at worst looks a lot like when Trump feigned ignorance about David Duke and his endorsement of Trump. Additionally, the Alt-Right Yang Gang phenomenon creates opportunities for the muddying political lines and dangerous left-right cross-overs. Traditionally left-wing positions like a universal basic income can easily be co-opted by fascistic movements, especially when they exist in isolation of a larger political analysis of capitalism, the state, and fascism. 

But Charlottesville Was A Long Time Ago And I Thought The Alt-Right Was Dead?

After Charlottesville and the other big fascist rallies of 2017, much of the Alt-Right retreated from grandiose public displays–a reflection of their declining power and legitimacy and also a strategic attempt to regroup. They have made some strides in bolstering their tactics, messaging, and security, such as switching to more unannounced flash-mob style actions, flyering campaigns, and organization building. Our tactics have to evolve as well.

Unfortunately, the lack of a visible fascist spectacle has lulled some on the left into a sense of complacency on a false assumption that what can’t be seen either doesn’t exist or isn’t a serious threat. 

Also much of the left has simply been re-captivated with the spectacles of a new election cycles and official investigations of the president. While Donald Trump’s candidacy and election lent momentum and legitimacy to the Alt-Right and white nationalist politics more generally, an electoral defeat of Trump cannot, by itself, defeat an autonomous fascist movement that no longer believes in him. Radical, creative, and expansive anti-fascist movements are more important than ever.

When it comes to fascists, we don’t forget and we don’t forgive. Stay vigilant and stay anti-fascist!
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Self-Identified Fascist Madison Hebert Working at First Community Credit Union

UPDATE 11/14/18

From what we can tell Madison Hebert does not appear to be working at First Community Credit Union any longer, although she did work there within the two weeks prior to our original post. The bank has not, to our knowledge, released any official statements about her employment status there, but they have said that they can’t find an employee working there with that name any longer. We are not yet sure of the terms upon which she left the company, or if it was related to our posts about her.

Summary

Madison Noelle Hebert is a self-identified fascist who currently works as a bank  teller on the “float team” (workers who float between different bank branches) at the First Community Credit Union in Houston, Texas. We called the bank ourselves to confirm that she still works there as of October 2018.

Around social media Madison has not been shy about sharing her white supremacist beliefs and does not hide her friendships with large groups of active and dangerous neo nazis. Additionally, in past years she had been dating another fascist named Stephen Ramos, although it appears the two are no longer together at this time. Outside of work, Madison attends Lone Star Community College (CyFair Location) and frequents hip bars and venues around Houston, often with small cliques of other neo nazis and various bigots.

Details

Madison Hebert has been identifying openly online as a fascist since at least 2016, if not earlier. In real life, she continues to build strong relationships with other local white supremacist groups and individuals. She has pictured herself in casual settings next to members of Patriot Front, and frequently likes/shares their groups content on social media as well. As you will see, she has many friendships with deeply involved Neo-Nazis across social media. She had formerly been dating another fascist named Stephen Ramos, but more recently we believe the two are no longer together. Regardless, both appear to have held on firmly to their white supremacist beliefs. Below we will include various forms of proof we have compiled, to corroborate these claims.

Two selfies from Madison’s Twitter which she captioned “A Real Fashy Goy.” Goy/Goyim is a Hebrew term which means non-Jewish. Neo-Nazis often refer to themselves as Goys.
A general compilation of some of Madison Hebert’s tweets which are filled with racism and Nazi content. She has since changed her twitter name multiple times, but you can see her selfies with her old username as well.
A few pictures of Madison Hebert and some of her friends, which she describes as her “Family of Bigots.” These group photos include not only a known member of Patriot Front (who often goes by Zeljko Stajnovic online), but also her friend Mark Peterson who is a fascist that has been doxxed before by other groups.
Mark Peterson was already doxxed by other groups from Austin, Texas last year. Brief info from their post about him is available in this image.
A fascist symbol superimposed onto the “come and take it” slogan, posted by Madison’s Ex, Stephen Ramos, and liked by Madison as well.
These are a few of the more notable fascists from the friends list of Madison’s old Facebook account. They include Alexander Wheeler, who we mentioned here, Daniel Kleve, who was doxxed here, and Sydney Crabtree, who was doxxed in the image shown above.
A screenshot of Madison liking a post by another one of her friends, who is also a Patriot Front officer, about joining white supremacist groups.
Even more racist/Nazi posts from Madison, after she changed her twitter name to “swell lady.”

As you have probably noticed by now, Madison’s social media has been so full of horrible racist and fascist content that we hardly have the space to include it all in this post. We encourage you to look her up on social media yourself as well, to see the posts first hand before she tries to delete them.

We cannot allow this person to continue working among every day people at First Community Credit Union, or anywhere in Houston for that matter. Please call her supervisor, Jamie, at (281) 856-5795, or the general bank number (281) 856-5300, or call Madison Herself at (281) 571-1098 and let them know what you think. Here is a sample script of what you could say if you call the bank:

“I am calling to let you know that your employee Madison Hebert has been exposed as a Neo-Nazi who has deep ties to a variety of local white supremacist groups. I am very uncomfortable with this person representing your company here in Houston. She is open about being a fascist online and clearly holds strong racist and anti-Semitic beliefs. With the growth of white supremacist groups in recent years and the violence they have committed nationwide, her presence at your company is unacceptable. I demand that you fire Madison Hebert immediately, and make a clear statement that she is no longer an employee.”

Madison’s Info

Date of Birth:
12/26/1997

Cell Phone:
(281) 571-1098

Vehicle:
Steel Blue 2017 Toyota Corolla, Plate #KBF-7350

NOTE: Social Media links and usernames below are subject to change (Madison changes her Twitter, FB, and Instagram names a lot)

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/hebertmaddie (may be deactivated)

Twitter:
https://www.twitter.com/pseudostacy (newest twitter)
https://www.twitter.com/vauxhaull (old twitter)

Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/mdsnhbrt/ (newest instagram)

School:
Lone Star Community College – CyFair location
9191 Barker Cypress Rd, Cypress, TX 77433

Work:
Bank Teller at First Community Credit Union in Houston
Phone number for the general credit union: (281) 856-5300
Madison works on the “Float Team” which can go to different branches
Madison’s Supervisor’s direct number: (281) 856-5795

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Anti-Fascist Poster

Members of our committee made some cute new Anti-Fascist posters that can be printed and pasted around town. We also made a time-lapse video of our poster design process, which will be embedded below. We hope everyone enjoys them, and keeps an eye out for them around Houston!

This is a preview. For printing please use the PDF links below.
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University of Houston TA / Grad Student Cole Jones Exposed as Neo-Nazi Member of Patriot Front

Updates

4/20/18 – Cole Jones posted in this reddit thread in response to the flyers where, in a sloppy attempt to absolve himself, he actually admits to being associated with a member of Atomwaffen Division as well as members of Patriot Front. He also admits to having the Sonnenrad tattoo on his chest, and says he has “no qualms” about befriending white supremacists. The account he posted from has been deleted, but the posts remain in-tact as of today.

Summary

Cole Richard Jones is a PHD student at University of Houston Main Campus, currently finishing his Master’s Degree in Geology. He is also a Teacher’s Assistant, and studies under Dr. Regina Capuano. Additionally, he recently became the drummer for the local metal band Green as Emerald. Cole proudly sports a large Nazi “Black Sun” aka “Sonnenrad” tattoo on his chest, and has been pictured in-uniform with Patriot Front members at one of their gatherings in Austin, Texas (Photos Below). Cole is deeply networked into neo-Nazi social circles online and in real life. His Facebook friends list includes a large number of Patriot Front members and other assorted fascists, including the founders of the neo-Nazi organization Atomwaffen Division which has become infamously tied to a number of murders and bomb plots around the country. Hundreds of flyers showing Cole’s ties to these organizations were posted all over the University of Houston’s Main Campus to be discovered by students on Tuesday morning.

Cole Jones (Center with Long Hair, next to red shirt) with members of Patriot Front and the Kek Group in Austin, Texas (November 2017)
Cole Jones General Info

View more details as they are updated in the Local Fascists section of our site.

Full Legal Name: Cole Richard Jones

UH Email: crjones6@uh.edu
Gmail: jones.cole.r@gmail.com

Main Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cole.jones3
Second Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cole.carter.908132

Instagram: dethcojones

Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOXNUyDr8JHeqYq5bhrSFNw “Cole Jones”

College: PhD Student at University of Houston (Started Grad Program July 2016, can finish Masters Degree soon during 2018)
Major: Earth & Atmospheric Sciences (Geology)
College Advisor: Dr. Regina Capuano
Cole Jones’ Office on Campus: SR1 221

Past College: Attended Texas A&M University (2010 – 2014)

Current Work: Drummer for Green as Emerald

Work History:
Formerly a drummer for Dawn of Dissolution

American Oil Tools
Equipment Specialist
February 2015 – August 2016 (1 year 7 months)

PML Exploration Services LLC
Surface Logger
June 2014 – June 2015 (1 year 1 month)

Crown Worldwide (Beijing, China)
Logistics and Relocations Intern
June 2009 – August 2009 (3 months)

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cole-jones-60536a80

The Symbols of White Supremacy
Cole Jones at UH wearing his Patriot Front Polo shirt.

Cole is not shy about showing off his Patriot Front uniform shirt in his facebook profile picture. The navy blue polo shirt with red and white stripes on the sleeves and white stripe down the front creates a distinctive yet “respectable” and “clean cut” look. The color scheme invokes patriotism and the polo-style shirt is a subtle nod to skinhead culture in which both racist and anti-racist skinheads favored Fred Perry brand polo shirts.

Members of Patriot Front, many wearing their navy uniform shirts, protest outside Monkeywrench Books in Austin, November 2017.
A selfie of Cole Jones on his Instagram, with white supremacist Sonnenrad tattoo partially visible.

Cole is also not shy about displaying the Sonnenrad tattoo on his chest. According to the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League, the Sonnenrad (aka Schwarze Sonne, Black Sun, or Sun Wheel)  is an ancient symbol that was appropriated by Nazi Germany and frequently used by the Nazi Party, the SS and the SA. The SPLC says the “symbol has become synonymous with myriad far-right groups who traffic in neo-Nazi and/or neo-Volkisch ideologies,” and was featured prominently at the white supremacist demonstrations in Charlotesville last summer. It also appears on a flag frequently carried by Houston neo-Nazi William Fears.

William Fears holding a Sonnenrad flag in Dallas in September 2017.

As white supremacists have tried to hide their racist and violent ideologies and blend in with certain subcultures, they have increasingly relied on obscure and ambiguous symbolism to identify themselves to one another without drawing as much alarm from the public. While the Sonnenrad has deep and long-standing Nazi connotations, other symbols like the Valknot–three interlocking triangles–can be much more ambiguous, and offer white supremacists who display them a level of plausible deniability.

Some of Cole Jone’s Alt-Right page likes on Facebook, including a page featuring a Valknot image.

Similarly, overt white supremacy often tries to masquerade as a defense of “The West” or Western Civilization, often coupled with crusade imagery and symbolism. Similar to the Norse imagery, the Crusade imagery serves as a visual dog-whistle to like-minded people while allowing plausible deniability to to everyone else.

Note that Cole Jones says “Oy Vey” when someone else mentions getting a discount in the comments. This is a Yiddish phrase that Alt-Right anti-Semites sometimes say ironically to friends, to make fun of Jewish people.

Activities

On May 1, 2017, he was seen with fellow white supremacist Gabriel Grant on campus harassing and intimidating migrant rights demonstrators. He also participates in various Patriot Front demonstrations and photo-ops across Texas.

Cole Jones, Gabriel Grant, and another friend at UH on Mayday, 2017
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