EURO Chief's Final Answer: Pornography Trumps Aryanism


Aspiring porn king Bruce Alan "Vince" Breeding quit his job as national director of David Duke's European-American Unity and Rights Organization (EURO) hate group late last year in the wake of an Intelligence Report exposé.

The story, "Monkey Business," exposed Breeding's New Orleans-based porn site,, and its raunchy companion magazine, Xsite, which promote mother-daughter sex, dungeon rentals and "slave girls for voyeurs." The Web site, in which Breeding is portrayed as a pimp-like character, "Vince the Munkay," is still operating but has not been updated since September.

"I like naked women," Breeding told the Report. "That's what I do now."

What Breeding will no longer do, he says, is to help lead the white supremacist movement. (Roy Armstrong, a long-time Duke aide, also told the Report that Breeding resigned after the story.)

Before EURO, the longtime activist held a leadership position in a major neo-Nazi hate group, the National Alliance, which has traditionally inveighed against pornography as a Satanic invention of "the Jews" and claims to offer "a moral compass, so that people once again know instinctively what is wholesome and natural and what is degenerate and alien."

Fifty-four-year-old Kenny Knight, a former leader in Duke's National Association for the Advancement of White People and currently a member of the Council of Conservative Citizens hate group, has been named Breeding's replacement at the helm of EURO.