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After the 1993 suicide of Ben Klassen, who initially formed the group in 1973 as the Church of the Creator and wrote a number of foundational texts, new leader Matt Hale renamed it the World Church of the Creator (WCOTC) in 1996. The group, largely composed of racist skinheads, developed a...
SPLC Designated Hate Group
But a series of reverses — the 2008 assertion by Black’s wife that she was not a racist, a similar declaration by his son in 2010, and the Southern Poverty Law Center’s exposure of the identity of many Stormfront funders and the fact its registered users have been behind almost 100 murders — have...
SPLC Designated Hate Group
Among other things, its Statement of Principles says that it “oppose[s] all efforts to mix the races of mankind.” Created in 1985 from the mailing lists of its predecessor organization, the CCC, which initially tried to project a "mainstream" image, has evolved into a crudely white supremacist...
SPLC Designated Hate Group
Originally founded by a group that included many Southern university professors, over the years the group lost its academic luster as it became more explicitly racist. The League denounces the federal government and Northern and Coastal states as part of a materialist and anti-religious society...
Pierce was the movement's fiercest anti-Semitic ideologue and he built the Alliance into a money-making machine through its hate music business, Resistance Records. Pierce was also the author of the race war novel The Turner Diaries. The book has been called "the bible of the racist right," is...
A title that seems well justified by the ubiquitous presence of his columns in racist forums and his influence over the general direction of right-wing extremism. In recent years and until his death in 2005, he served as chief editor of Citizens Informer , the newsletter of the Council of...
Although at one time he had access to leading politicians, Carto eventually became infamous for his pro-Nazi and rabidly anti-Jewish views and lost those connections. In 1978, he founded the first major American Holocaust-denial outfit, the Institute for Historical Review . Throughout his career,...
Known for violent, raging sermons that call for extermination of "the Jews," Wickstrom, who has an extensive criminal history, preached his hatred since his involvement in the 1970s with the anti-Semitic and antigovernment Posse Comitatus. Wickstrom died in March of 2018. In His Own Words "I'd like...
A Hitler fan since age 11, Gary "Gerhard" Lauck, an American with a put-on German accent and Hitlerite moustache, is often referred to as the "Farm Belt Fuhrer." From his home in Lincoln, Neb., Lauck, who also founded the NSDAP/AO (the German language acronym for National Socialist German Workers...
Gritz has warned repeatedly of coming hard times, intermittently bashed Jews and "faggots," and, most recently, adopted the virulently anti-Semitic Christian Identity theology. In his own words "I can assure you that if I was ever convinced that it was God's Will for me to commit an act of violence...

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