Fourteen words

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Nazis using 1488 as well as ACAB, as seen in a tattoo.

The Fourteen Words, (abbreviated as 14, or 1488), is a reference to two 14-word slogans, one being "We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children", and the other being "Because the beauty of the White Aryan woman must not perish from the earth". The terms were coined by prolific white supremacist David Eden Lane as he was serving his 190-year prison sentence for racketeering, conspiracy, and violation of civil rights, in connection to the murder of Jewish radio host Alan Berg. They are commonly used by Neo-Nazis, the Ku Klux Klan, and other hate groups. "88" is a reference to the 8th letter of the alphabet twice, "HH", or "Heil Hitler".

The slogan has connections to multiple plans and executions of mass murder, such as a plot to assassinate Barack Obama in 2008[1], the Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting[2], the Charleston Church shooting[3], The Pittsburgh Synagogue shooting[4], and the Christchurch mosque shootings[5].

During the Russo-Ukraine war, in which the Democrat Biden regime supported known Nazis, Russian forces screened Ukrainian POWs for Nazi insignia, tattoos, and sympathies. Personal cell phones were inspected for Nazi material. If the password was "1488", that could be enough probable cause to raise more suspicions.[6]

Grafetti from within the Azovstal steel plant, the last hold out of the NATO-backed neo-Nazi Azov Battalion.[7]