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View the profiles of professionals named 'Robert Evans' on LinkedIn. There are 90+ professionals named 'Robert Evans', who use LinkedIn to exchange information, ideas, and opportunities. Robert Evans, iconic Hollywood producer, Paramount executive, and actor passed away on Saturday, October, 26, 2019. Known for producing films such as Chinatown, Urban Cowboy,.

There is nothing new under the sun. In this chapter, you’ll learn about “Ur-Fascism”, and how humor and irony have historically been used to enable its rise.

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The Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting, the Poway Synagogue shooting, the Olympic park bombing and dozens of other terrorist attacks all have one thing in common- Christian Identity. In this chapter, we delve into a cultic belief system at the heart of American fascism.

Robert Evans Obituary. Here is Robert Evans’s obituary. Please accept Echovita’s sincere condolences. With heavy hearts, we announce the death of Robert Evans (Newport News, Virginia), who passed away on March 21, 2021. Family and friends are welcome to leave their condolences on this memorial page and share them with the family. Despite his numerous romantic relationships, Robert Evans only fathered one son, Josh Evans -born from his marriage to third wife, Ali MacGraw. Josh Evans was born in NY on January 16, 1971. He is also an actor/director and is currently married to third wife, singer, Roxy Saint. Josh is the proud dad to one son, Jackson Evans.

William Luther Pierce is the most important Nazi you’ve never heard of, and his work has helped inspire a generation of terrorists- right up to the present day.

Louis Beam was once a normal American soldier. But in the wake of the Vietnam War, he would painstakingly craft a vicious fascist insurgency. When Beam’s ground-level activism met Pierce’s propaganda, the result was the birth of a terrorist movement that still stalks us to this day.


Inspired by Beam and Pierce, a young man named Bob Mathews attempted to spark a Second American Civil War. Whether he succeeded or failed is still up in the air.

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In his life and death, Timothy McVeigh represented the best-case scenario for the kind of warriors Louis Beam wanted to inculcate through his “leaderless resistance” strategy. His story is a tale of triumph for American fascism.

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This is where we are now: an era where a distributed network of individual extremists are able to radicalize each other and inspire acts of violence worldwide. This is not the result of an unhappy accident, or an unforeseen consequence of the digital era. It’s the result of decades of careful planning.

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WrestleMania and all the events surrounding it must understandably add up to a turbulent time for WWE and its various employees. So when you think about it, it’s not too surprising that some people backstage would quit or be fired over the course of the weekend, especially if there were already ongoing problems. Per PWInsider, it seems that two members of WWE creative left their positions after unrelated conflicts with Vince McMahon in the last few days.
The first and most prominent is newly-inducted Hall of Famer Road Dogg, aka Brian James, who has worked for WWE Creative since 2012, and for the last few years has been the Head of Creative for Smackdown Live. The story is that he’s been increasingly frustrated with Vince McMahon’s habit of changing things at the very last minute, and that this week’s Smackdown was a “breaking point.” We don’t know what change McMahon made this week that set James off, but it seems likely to have something to do with Matt and Jeff Hardy suddenly winning the Tag Team Titles from the Usos, since that was the biggest and most unexpected thing to happen on the show. In any case, Road Dogg has reportedly resigned his position as Head of Creative, but that doesn’t automatically mean he’s released from the company (although it seems likely).

Robert Evans, the other writer in question, has definitely been released from WWE, although there seems to be some disagreement about whether that was his choice. Evans was once known as Archibald Peck on the indie wrestling scene (you may remember when he and Chuck Taylor posed in front of paintings during a Chikara match), and also wrestled for a time as RD Evans. PWInsider says that Evans was fired after Bret Hart talked about Vince McMahon in a speech Evans helped him write for the Hall of Fame Ceremony. Talking about Vince is apparently a no-go at the Hall of Fame, which might explain why DX flaunted their ability to do it later in the show. However, Evans himself tweeted an “official statement” that simply says “I quit WWE,” and then turns into a grocery list, showing that he still has Archibald Peck’s sense of humor. It’s possible, of course, that he was confronted for letting Bret talk about Vince, and then quit over it rather than being fired. Honestly, that would seem like a pretty reasonable response to a lot of people.

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My Official Statement:

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— R.D. Evans (@Oh_Robert_Evans) April 11, 2019