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White supremacists worry Austin antigovernment shooting will harm their reputations

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White supremacists on the Stormfront forum are claiming that the Austin man who opened fire on a federal courthouse, a police headquarters, and the Mexican consulate last week is a “false flag” designed to stir up hatred against white Americans, SITE reports.

“I had a feeling [the shooter, Larry Steve McQuilliams] was a white man, and you can be sure the hostile aliens who really control the country are going to use this against US,” wrote “Volodyamyr.”

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According to Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo, McQuilliams demonstrated a “violent anti-everything behavior, anti-government behavior” during his attack.

McQuilliams’ Facebook page indicated that he was, in fact, upset at the government — as well as a fan of Ron Paul.

Acevedo further speculated that “when you look at the national debate right now about immigration, that comes to mind [as a possible motivation]. Sometimes our political discourse becomes very heated and sometimes very angry.”

At Stormfront, “Volodyamyr” insisted that this is precisely what those in power — Jews and “hostile aliens” — want people to believe.

“Half cocked attacks on the part of ‘an angry white male’ is a dream come true for any Jewish or darkie gun grabber and agent of genocide against whites,” he said. “The putrid smell of a Zionist or Mexican false flag against whites and the U.S. Constitution hangs heavy in the air here.”

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Others, like “FatherOdin,” agreed, claiming that “once the media picks up this story we will once again hear nonstop about how all Whites are racist, anti-government, violent threats to America.”

The media’s focus on the identity of the shooter is “why we have to keep telling the truth,” wrote “14words_of_truth.”

“The Federal Government is anti-white! The Federal Government is a lawless out of control violent mob! The only solution to the Federal Government is secession!”

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