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Smoloko News

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Some dare call it
Icon conspiracy.svg
What THEY don't want
you to know!
Sheeple wakers
—Scottie Spencer, invoking Badger's Law[1]

Smoloko.com is an alt-right/International Jewish Conspiracy website and 'news' organization, founded and run by Youngstown, Ohio native Scottie Spencer[2]. The website is slightly similar to the design of David J. Stewart's Jesus Is Savior; however, this site is mainly focused on promoting anti-Semitism.

Spencer's hatred toward the Jews is far from unnoticed. He is a sympathizer of Adolf Hitler and says that the genocide against Jews was the right decision. Islamophobia and anti-Catholicism are also found on his website; he declares Muslims as Jews and fears for "Islamization" which is also Jewish for him and believes that Pope Francis is a Jewish puppet.[3]

Moreover, his entire web site is a series of disturbing photoshopped pictures and paranoid schizophrenic "The Jews are evil and are plotting to take over the world with the help of the Antichrist, the Illuminati, and the Zionist government!" rants, which all boils down to the following:

The web site promotes other conspiracy theories as well as several typical Christian fundamentalist ideologies such as anti-Catholicism, anti-feminism, homophobia,[4] and full support for Donald Trump's presidency, or at least until he decided to order the strike against Syria.

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Warning: The Smoloko News website contains gore. Enter at your own risk!