Arkansas white supremacists shout ‘6 million more’ to defy ADL

American neo-Nazis protested in favor of Dr. Michael Link, who used to teach in Arkansas Tech University for 50 years and told students that the Holocaust “didn’t happen.”

A neo Nazi attends a rally in Budapest October 23, 2009. The words, the motto of the S.S., read "my honor is my loyalty" (photo credit: LASZIO BALOGH/REUTERS)
A neo Nazi attends a rally in Budapest October 23, 2009. The words, the motto of the S.S., read "my honor is my loyalty"
(photo credit: LASZIO BALOGH/REUTERS)
ShieldWall Network, an American neo-Nazi group, interrupted a Holocaust memorial event to defend a history professor who taught that “the holocaust never happened,”
American neo-Nazis protested in favor of Dr. Michael Link, who used to teach in Arkansas Tech University for 50 years and told students that the Holocaust “didn’t happen,” the site Really American reported.
As ATU means to create a scholarship honoring Link, concerned voices objected to honoring a holocaust denier. While students and staff both objected to it the ShieldWall Network singled out the ADL and Dr. Sarah Stein who teaches at ATU.
Lead by Billy Roper, who is a known neo-Nazi, protesters carried Confederate Flags as well as American flags altered to carry Fascist symbols.
Roper called Stein “Shrill” and said that the ADL has a history of “espionage against America,” he also called Jewish people who object to the scholarship “great hook-nosed k***s” on his personal website.
The neo-Nazis attempted to halt a Holocaust Memorial event held at ATU and chanted “Six million more.”