By: Kaoru Moulton | 11-30-2017 | News
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Nazi Next Door Says He Lost His Job & Home For 'New York Times' Profile

Ohio – Ohio state white dominances say he lost his job and home in the aftermath of widely known ideological exposures. After the controversial profile at the New York Times, his disgrace was exploded.

Tony Hovater says he and his wife Maria, and her brothers were dismissed from work the 571 Grill and Draft House in New Carlisle. Hovater needed his entire family to move from their rental housing "for safety reasons".

Hovater told that they could no longer afford to pay the rent and that someone published the address online.

"It's not for the best to stay in a place that is now public information," he said. "We live alone. No one else is there to watch the house while I'm away."

Hovater wasn't the only person who was taking heat after the profile published.

Critics accused the "New York Times" of normalizing white supremacy behavior, which led "Times" national editor Marc Lacey to respond, saying it was important "to shed more light, not less, on the most extreme corners of American life."

Hovater is one of the founders of the "Traditionalist Worker Party" This group participated in contentious, racially charged marches in Charlottesville, VA.

The group's core values are to "fight for the interests of White Americans, a people who for decades have been abandoned by the System and actively attacked by globalists and traitorous politicians."

"New York Times" described Hovater as a regular person in his community. He is a "well-mannered "Nazi sympathizer next door" living a quiet, uneventful life.

The article did not say the restaurant where he worked by name, but it mentioned its signature hamburger.

The restaurant owners said "While the 571 Grill and Draft House is happy to be recognized by national news outlets for our 571 Haystack burger, it’s with a sad heart that we must reflect on a divisive political topic that has unfortunately darkened the doorstep of our small business,"

They said they were being attacked with angry and intimidating messages since Hovater's profile was released. And Hovater himself suggested they should "release" him from their employment.

Hovater has supporters though. The website "goyfundme" has drawn more than $8,000 in donations.

Here is the famous French quotation:

"I disapprove of what you say but I will defend to the death your right to say it".

The same thing, No Matter how you dislike someone else's opinion, he should retain the right to say it. He should retain the right to live safely to openly appeal his opinion.

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Anonymous No. 13049 2017-11-30 : 18:54

If only people could learn to mind their own business and leave be where their business ends…

Anonymous No. 13062 2017-11-30 : 22:16

The niggers were probably lined up three deep to take a shot at him.

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