Philly ANTIFA member Lisa Joy Simon

Lisa Simon, 23, is charged with aggravated assault, illegally taunting a police animal, prohibited offensive weapons, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and obstruction administrative law.


Last Known Home Address:
909 S 18th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
United States
Gender: Female
Race: White
Height: 64in
Weight: 120lbs
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Bald

On 6/10/17 1132 hours, Harrisburg Police were assisting with the Act For America Rally on the Capital steps of N 3rd & State Streets.  During this Rally part of the protestors moved from the capital steps north bound on N 3rd Street throughout the midtown area.  Multiple mounted PSP Troopers and Harrisburg Police were assisting with moving a large crowd from blocking the 1200 BLK of N 6th Street towards the sidewalk.

A PSP Corporal and his partner, horse Sampson, were attempting to move the crowd when the defendant, Lisa Simon , used a flag pole with a silver nail at the top of the pole to strike horse Sampson in the side of the neck.  Simon did this while obstructing the troopers from performing their duties to move the crowd onto the sidewalk.

Simon resisted Harrisburg Police officers from effecting a lawful arrest.  Both the PSP Corporal and horse Sampson were able to continue working with minimal injury.

A warrant is being requested for the following charges:  Aggravated Assault to Police, Taunting Police Animals, Prohibited Offensive Weapons, Obstruction to Law Enforcement Function, Resisting Arrest, and Disorderly Conduct

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Saturday, June 10, 2017

Lisa Joy Simon being arrested


Someone defaced the Frank Rizzo mural in the Italian Market. Again.

The controversial former mayor and police commissioner is the most-vandalized mural in Philadelphia.

Update: This latest Rizzo vandalism very well could have been politically motivated. On Saturday, just a few hours after the blemishes were discovered, Philly Antifa group Militants Against Fascist Amerika posted two photos of the defacement, along with a statement followed by the slogans “LONG LIVE THE MOVE 9. LONG LIVE JOHN AFRICA. FREE MUMIA ABU-JAMAL.”

Over the weekend, the Frank Rizzo mural in the Italian Market was defaced. Again.

The three-story high depiction of the former Philadelphia mayor and police commissioner — a controversial figure whose policies many viewed as racist or fascist — is the most commonly vandalized of all Philadelphia murals, according to Mural Arts director Jane Golden, who called the frequency of graffiti there “an aberration.”

“I used to say it was defaced at least once a year,” Golden told Billy Penn. “Maybe now I’ll have to bump that up to twice a year.”

It was Saturday morning, right at the start of the annual two day Italian Market Festival, when shop owners and neighborhood residents first noticed the latest instance, per Alex Newman, a web designer who lives across the street. Four large splatters of black paint currently mar the image, splattered randomly as if tossed in a balloon or shot from a paintball gun. One landed on Rizzo’s left cheek, another sits on his upper lip, and two are on his left jacket lapel.

The splotches are particularly troublesome because of how high up they are located and because of the fine spray surrounding each mark. Golden estimated it would take Mural Arts at least two days to retouch the image, at a not insignificant cost. Crews will start work as soon as the rain clears up, potentially as soon as Tuesday of this week.

“If I thought I was going to have a good weekend, that went out the window” after hearing about the incident, she said. “It gave me total agita.”

In July 2016, right before the Democratic National Convention arrived, the Rizzo mural was defaced with the words “Fuck Racist Pigs / End Cops 4eva” scrawled across the bottom. In that case, the motives of the taggers were relatively clear. But in cases like this, where they almost resemble gunshots, “it’s hard to know whether it’s political commentary or just vandalism, someone who thinks it’s funny,” Golden said.

Mural Arts has filed a police report, but there’s not much the cops can do unless there’s an eye witness, she noted. Asked if perhaps installing a security camera would be an effective deterrent, she agreed that it potentially could be worthwhile.

“It’s very frustrating, and not funny. Please, whoever you are, stop doing this!” Golden pleaded. “We’re just nice people trying to save the world through art.”

Did an Antifascist Group Put Up Anti-White Posters in Seattle?

A photograph showing a ‘When You Date a White’ poster in Seattle is real, but Emerald City Antifa said that they were not responsible for the message.


On 5 December 2016, a photograph purportedly showing a poster warning against the “propagation of whites” was published to the web site Imgur. A few days later, University of Washington’s college newspaper reported that a similar poster had been taped to a pole near the campus bookstore:

This past Monday, Dec. 5, a friend of mine noticed and took a picture of this poster taped up near the UW Book Store. Addressed to those who choose to date white people, it warns that “propagation of whites” will “not be tolerated,” and that those who choose to date white people “have been warned.”

This is a crystal-clear threat against people of color in the Seattle community. I would argue that, implicitly, it is especially a threat against women of color. I know such women who felt shocked and afraid for their safety after seeing its toxic message, a message that is unequivocally a racist and violent threat.

On 6 December 2016, Emerald City Antifa posted to Facebook a message saying that they had nothing to do with either the creation or the distribution of the poster.  It also responded to several comments explaining that the message expressed on the poster was not in line with their views:

Another head’s up – we did not create or distribute this one either. This is not our message. This come across like what white supremacists tell each other about anti-fascists. Not very clever! Still, annoying.

Again, we did not post this sign. This isn’t even a thinly disguised political agenda by far right trolls… the language could be used as a recruiting technique to convince people that white people are under attack as a group, vs white supremacy is under attack as a systemic oppression.

Because so many people have been asking us again, here’s our response to these posters:

We did not make them. We did not put them up. This is not what we believe. The only people aware of what Antifa does and still thinks we’re anti-white are racists. Period.

We are much more ideologically sound and arty than that KKKrap. Promise.

Read the words of it. It’s exactly like their fantasy/nightmare of white genocide and anti-whiteness that the think anyone who hates racism believes in. We don’t have any actual evidence they did this, but this is the type of shit they do.

Date whoever you like.

It is unclear who was responsible for creating this poster, but it may have been an attempt to smear this particular group or divert attention from the people who actually put up the posters. Shortly after the image was posted, several messages encouraging people to spread a similar poster were posted to the web site 4chan:

You guys should spread these posters instead of the alt-right and white identity stuff. Go overboard with irony like Yuri described.

Tbf, this is the right way to redpill the population. They’re too dumb and sheepled to wake up when shown facts, so you have to go so far into fiction that they can’t suspend their belief any more. What will save the white race is not a new wave of brownshirts purifying ideology, it is an explosion of Antifa that then eats itself.

I wonder if I can get a printer to print these

I honestly can’t tell if this is actually an ANTIFA poster, or an alt-righter who posted this to stop racemixing.

Someone should start a low key effort to spread propaganda to make antifa look even dumber

The domain does not belong to the anti-fascist group, but instead the is being used to promote a book by Milo Yiannopoulos, Breitbart’s former senior editor, who shared the image to his Facebook page on 28 March 2017.  The Global Antifa page claimed that Yiannopoulos was using “fake racist flyers” to create buzz for his book:

Milo Yiannopoulos is at it again! This time, he is using fake racist flyers to make Emerald City Antifa in Seattle look like bigots! If you see these flyers in Seattle, rip them down! ECA would never post garbage like this!

He has even created a fake ECA website that links people to his own websites and Breitbart articles. You’re all getting trolled by Milo:

It is unclear if Yiannopoulos created the poster or if he was simply capitalizing on the controversy. According to, the web site was not created until February 2017, more than two months after the poster started to circulate.

We have reached out to the group for more information.

2016 Philadelphia – 10th Annual Leif Erikson Day Celebration


The day was cold, cloudy and wet but spirits were high as members and supporters of Keystone United gathered this past weekend for the 10th annual Leif Erikson Day Celebration!

The day started at a beautiful park in Philadelphia,Pa as people from far and near gathered in celebration of our history, heritage and the journey of Leif Erikson. The entire afternoon was filled with great traditional food and comradery.

As the sun broke through the clouds, we gathered around to listen to the first speech by Frank Marlowe, followed by a speech from Matt Heimbach – both of the Traditionalist Workers Party. Following the speech was a small acoustic performance by Activist.


As the event came to an end, all attendees gathered at Boathouse Row and we began our march with flags and banners to the statue of Thorfinn Karlsefni, a great Icelandic explorer, on Kelly Drive. Matt Heimbach concluded the event with a small speech.


Keystone United would like to thank everybody who attended the event and for all their continued support!Thank you all!

-Ryan Wojtowicz

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