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    Thumbs down Another Jew of VNNF

    Looking at this "Kind Lampshade Maker"s post on VNN tonight:

    http://www.vnnforum.com/search.php?s...4&pp=25&page=2

    It is apparent that he didn't post one week ago (on the sabbath). Nor does he in any of his posts say anything really critical of the jews or Israel (check the history). This guy is a jew and VNNF allows him free range.

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    I can't even look at the place anymore, it sucks.

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    Default The 6th URL of FAkins: VNNF mamzertard gets caught fakins itz ancestry

    The 6th URL of FAkins: VNNF mamzertard gets caught fakins itz ancestry


    http://nimbusters.org/forum/read.php?board=8&id=455745
    http://www.thefreelibrary.com/THE+AL......-a073210615
    http://stumbleinn.net/forum/showthre...113#post360113
    http://whitenationalist.org/forum/sh...=7284#post7284


    THE ALABAM-POT; This American tried to plant fake gravestone in Scotland to stake his claim as clan chief.


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    Byline: THOMAS SMITH EXCLUSIVE

    A CRACKPOT American tried to 'plant' a fake gravestone in a Scots cemetery - to back up his claim to be a clan chief.

    Steven L. Akins planned to mock up the bogus headstone at his home in Alabama, then have it smuggled into a graveyard to be photographed.

    Akins could then use it as 'proof' that his ancestors had lived in Scotland in the 1700s.

    The 34-year-old, who has never set foot in Scotland, tried to recruit Glaswegian William Wallace to help him.

    He offered to ship the tombstone to Scotland for William to plant in a cemetery.

    But William, 45, yesterday dismissed the American, who has lodged his claim to be chief of the Akins clan with the Lord Lyon in Edinburgh, as "crazy" and a complete fraud.

    He said: "He contacted me on the internet and asked if I would be willing to help him forge proof that his family were based in Lanarkshire in the 1700s.

    "He suggested sending me a tombstone bearing his family name and crest and asked if I would find an abandoned cemetery where it could be photographed.

    "Akins hoped the photographic 'proof' would guarantee his clan chieftainship."

    William added: "He changed his name to Steven L. Akins of that Ilk in a bid to sound more Scots and authentic. The man is crazy."

    Akins has set up his own internet site, featuring pictures of him in full Highland dress - complete with a bizarre raccoon-skin sporran - alongside his wife, who he refers to as Lady Akins.

    The site also offers membership of the Clan Akins Society to all people with related names at a price of $15 dollars a year (pounds 10.50).

    He claims to have documents which validate his claim and says an old picture of a Highland soldier is of his great-grandfather, the intriguingly-named Baron Dekalb Akins.

    But, according to William, the 'ancient' documents were written by Akins himself and are covered in Tippex corrections.

    He said: "Akins' wife contacted me as she was worried that what he was doing was illegal. She sent me one of the documents which Akins copied and submitted to the Lord Lyon.

    "It was dated November 25, 1747, but it was covered in correction fluid and different colours of ink.

    "It was obviously a fake, but the Lord Lyon would never be able to tell as he is only sent a photocopy."

    The Lord Lyon, Robin Blair, yesterday confirmed Akins had applied for the vacant clan chieftainship, but he refused to discuss the application further.

    Akins yesterday insisted his claim was genuine and he had documents to prove his great-grandfather lived near Glasgow in the 1600s.

    He added: "We were very fortunate that we had various wills and documents that were helpful in establishing the line of descent.

    "The reason behind my claim is basically a desire to maintain my family history and heritage."

    Akins denied knowing Wallace or plotting to send a tombstone to Scotland.

    He added: "There is certainly a tombstone with the coat of arms on it, and I've sent pictures of it, of course.

    "I don't know if it's going to be necessary to submit the actual thing. Hopefully, it won't come to that."



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