KS Wild: Neo-Nazis and Eco-Nazis
by KS WildTruth

So, Nazis. Strong word. Provocative. Invokes gut-reactions. 

And it should. Lest we forget.

But the type of fascists we know today don't come in an easily recognizable wrapper with a goose-step and a swastika. They come with a smile, a Che Guevara t-shirt, and a soothing public radio voice that masks their hatred. They come wearing sandals and safari shorts, instead of jack-boots, and tell us how we need to curb the population in order to save the planet and all the endangered species that are in such jeopardy from us. That's me. That's you.

The Weeden Foundation, founded in 1963 by Frank Weeden, a Californian investment banker, has been protested for funding organizations with links to white supremacy, population control, and anti-immigration policies. One such protest was outside The Weeden Foundation's New York headquarters and was organized by the Center for New Community, an activist group founded in 1995 by religious leaders and community organizers to tackle issues of social, economic and racial injustice.

As you can see from The Weeden Foundation's list of grantees, they're all about population sustainability.

Notice under the list of Enviro groups that take money from The Weeden Foundation, they mention The Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center AKA KS Wild. But KS Wild aren't the only group of environmentalists with financial backers who have close financial ties to White Nationalists, Eugenicists and bigots. Other groups directly funded by the Weeden Foundation that you might recognize include, but are not limited to Cascadia Wildlands, Oregon Wild, Soda Mountain Wilderness Council, Waterwatch of Oregon, Klamath Riverkeeper, and the now defunct Siskiyou Project, which was absorbed by KS Wild a couple of years ago.
 

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