The William McKinley Institute (WMKI) has received never released photos of a 2021 Denver protest lead by the Communist Party USA (CPUSA) and attended by a local affiliate Denver Communists and the National Lawyer’s Guild (NLG). The protest was held out of anger that a 17-year-old boy, Kyle Rittenhouse, was acquitted after a fair trial for defending himself from anti-White terrorists who tried to kill him in Kenosha, Wisconsin. At the protest, a man with a bullhorn began exclaiming “This is an example of the poison….. the poison of whiteness.” As he was speaking, several of his fellow protesters interrupted him calling him a rapist. When a masked individual confronted the man speaking, the alleged rapist hit the man in the face, kicking off a wrestling match between the two. Published below are photos provided exclusively to WMKI of the anti-White extremists involved with the protest.
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In 1994, Patrick Hughes established a branch of AK Press in the United States.1
Among the authors published by AK Press is Hakim Bey, an anarchist philosopher best known for his theory of Temporary Autonomous Zones (TAZ). Not only did Bey advocate for violence in the creation of such “zones” but the beloved anarchist philosopher