White Nationalists Use Laser Projector to Spread Message of Hate

On a cool January evening, masked members of the white nationalist group National Socialist Florida used a laser projector in a downtown Jacksonville alley to display white nationalist and anti-LGBTQ images on the sides of high-rise buildings.[0] The group's leader, Josh Nunes, commented on the purpose of the display, saying “It's a good way to relate to normal people.”[0]

Nunes made the remark in reference to the manufactured hysteria over children and drag events stoked by politicians and pundits, which was spurred on by extremists like himself.[0] He also made a point to emphasize that such activism “definitely gets interest and recruitment up,” hinting at the group's agenda.[1]

It's clear that the members of National Socialist Florida are using their laser projector as a tool to spread their message of hate.[2] While their display may have been a form of activism for them, it is a stark reminder that white nationalists and other extremists groups still pose a threat to society. It is important for people to remain vigilant and be aware of the danger such groups pose.

0. “In Florida, far-right groups look to seize the moment” WJCT NEWS, 10 Mar. 2023, https://news.wjct.org/national-news/2023-03-10/in-florida-far-right-groups-look-to-seize-the-moment

1. “Neo-Nazi Group Says Hysteria Over Drag Queens Helps Recruit Members” Insider, 10 Mar. 2023, https://www.insider.com/neo-nazi-group-hysteria-drag-queens-helps-recruit-members-2023-3

2. “Why was this Florida town vandalized with laser swastikas?” Forward, 8 Mar. 2023, https://forward.com/forward-newsletters/forwarding-the-news/538978/why-was-this-florida-town-vandalized-with-laser-swastikas/

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