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    My take on the situation:





    Not any need for you to stop calling yourself 'Aryan Nations' if you get Mullet to drive up to Columbus and file incorporation papers costing $25 before the Ohio Secretary of State just like Ray Redfearin did in 2003.

    Gulett is no prize. Me and Pastor John Britton saved him his Church of the Sons of YHVH twice and not a bit of gratitude for it.

    Pass the above article to Mullet. I have no interest in joining your organization but I have no problem in teaching your 'warlords' about Dual-Seedline Christian Identity. Nor do our Aryan Nations factions compete for the same membership or funds. My faction is rather more of a Church. You do whatever you please in Ohio or California as far as I'm concerned.

    You treated me fairly on your forum against this clown named Gordon. Also, you dumped LiarBill DeClue(less).

    You can contact me at PastorLindstedt@gmail.com if you and Mullet are interested in hearing more.

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    October 12, 2010 6:40 AM

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    Default An unholy alliance -- August Kreis' Aryan Nations Faction and Al Qaeda

    An unholy alliance

    March 29, 2005|By Henry Schuster CNN


    A couple of hours up the road from where some September 11 hijackers learned to fly, the new head of Aryan Nation is praising them -- and trying to create an unholy alliance between his white supremacist group and al Qaeda.

    "You say they're terrorists, I say they're freedom fighters. And I want to instill the same jihadic feeling in our peoples' heart, in the Aryan race, that they have for their father, who they call Allah."

    With his long beard and potbelly, August Kreis looks more like a washed up member of ZZ Top than an aspiring revolutionary.

    Don't let appearances fool you: his résumé includes stops at some of America's nastiest extremist groups -- Posse Comitatus, the Ku Klux Klan and Aryan Nation.

    "I don't believe that they were the ones that attacked us," Kreis said. "And even if they did, even if you say they did, I don't care!"

    Kreis wants to make common cause with al Qaeda because, he says, they share the same enemies: Jews and the American government.

    The terms they use may be different: White supremacists call them ZOG, the Zionist Occupation Government, while al Qaeda calls them the Jews and Crusaders.

    But the hatred is the same. And Kreis wants to exploit that.

    The best thing that can be said about August Kreis is that he has helped preside over the decline of the once-feared Aryan Nation, a movement inspired by the racist tenets of Nazi Germany. He cannot or will not say how many followers the group now has.

    What's clear is that Aryan Nation had a violent streak aligned with its anti-Semitic and racist ideology. One of its followers, Buford Furrow, received two life sentences, plus 110 years, for an August 1999 shooting spree in which he shot and wounded four children and one adult at a Jewish community center in the Los Angeles suburb of Granada Hills. Furrow then drove to nearby Chatsworth, California, where he shot and killed a Filipino-American postal carrier.

    Others had been accused of involvement in bank robberies, shootouts with authorities and the murders of blacks and others.

    More recently, the Aryan Nation lost its Hayden Lake, Idaho, compound, after losing a civil suit led by the Southern Poverty Law Center. Last year, founder Richard Butler died just as the group's leaders were fighting amongst themselves.

    Around that time, Kreis tried to open up shop for Aryan Nation in northern Pennsylvania, but got run out by locals. Now he is in Sebring, Florida, and, although his rhetoric is full of revolution and defiance, he wanted to meet our CNN crew at a local park because he didn't want trouble from his neighbors.

    You might think white supremacists like Kreis would spurn al Qaeda, since they tend to view non-Aryan Christians as, in their own term, "mud people." In fact, most of them do. But Kreis wants to change that.

    "That's old-school racism, white supremacy, this is something new," he said. "We have to be realists and realize what didn't work [previously] isn't going to work in the future."

    The idea of a Nazi-Islamic alliance dates back to World War II, when Adolf Hitler played host to the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, that city's Muslim leader. Some Nazis, moreover, found refuge in places like Egypt and Syria after the war.

    Three years ago, I met a Swiss Islamic convert named Ahmed Huber, who began his life as a devotee of Adolf Hitler and moved on to praising former Iranian leader Ayatollah Khomeini, who led that nation's Islamic revolution and vigorously opposed U.S. policies.

    Huber wanted to forge a fresh alliance between Islamic radicals and neo-Nazis in Europe and the United States. And he cannot be simply dismissed as a crackpot: Huber served on the board of directors of a Swiss bank and holding company that President Bush accused of helping fund al Qaeda.

    Mark Potok, of the Southern Poverty Law Center, said that while some U.S. extremists applauded the September 11 attacks, there is no indication of such an alliance -- at least not yet, and not on a large scale. If it exists anywhere, he said, it is in the mind (and the Internet postings) of August Kreis.

    For its part, the FBI says it hasn't seen any links between American white supremacists and groups like al Qaeda.

    "The notion of radical Islamists from abroad actually getting together with American neo-Nazis I think is an absolutely frightening one," said Potok. "It's just that so far we really have no evidence at all to suggest this is any kind of real collaboration."

    So while August Kreis may be calling, there is no sign that al Qaeda is listening.

    But that hasn't stopped him. As we ended our interview, we asked Kreis if he had any message for Osama bin Laden and his lieutenants.

    "The message is, the cells are out here and they are already in place," Kreis said. "They might not be cells of Islamic people, but they are here and they are ready to fight."

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    Default The Non-Existent Aryan Nations/Al Qaeda Connection

    The Non-Existent Aryan Nations/Al Qaeda Connection


    A post I tried to publish earlier on this topic simply disappeared. I am beginning to wonder if there isn't some kind of Federal monkeying going on. Even paranoids have enemies, you know.

    First off, August Kreis is not "Aryan Nations." He's one of these self-proclaimed little mini-Fuehrers who tried to take over when Pastor Butler's health got bad. Secondly, according to several people who know him who have contacted me, August Kreis is as crazy as a shithouse rat.

    Even so, this whole stupid interview will give us a very bad image, if that's possible considering the wretched image we have already. How can anyone possibly be that stupid? Is Kreis that desperate to keep the television cameras on him, even at the risk of his own life and freedom?

    I sometimes publish parodies and other jokes on April Fool's Day. I won't do so this year. Kreis has trumped us all by being a joke, in the worst possible taste.

    FRIDAY, APRIL 01, 2005


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    August Kreis is on the Fed payroll. The purpose of this madness is to flush out any other nuts out there with pro arab leanings. Anyone that knows Kreis, knows he is dirty white trash. His children suffer because he is a lazy scumbag. And "Pastor" Wickstrom is his right hand man. Both are pure loosers.

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    the offical Aryan Nations website is www.aryannations.org Not that crap August Kreis is using. Seems like everyone knows this but the media. Go figure huh

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    White supremacist pleads guilty to Navy pension fraud


    Self-proclaimed white supremacist August Kreis III, 56, pleaded guilty Tuesday to lying to Veterans Administration officials to get pension money he was not entitled to, prosecutors said.

    He could face five years in prison and a fine of $250,000 the U.S. Attorney’s office in South Carolina said in a statement.

    Kreis, a onetime resident of Lexington County, served for nine months in the Navy during the Vietnam War. Despite the short time of service and early discharge, Kreis was receiving what’s called an “improved pension” because of demonstrated need and because he served during wartime. A condition of the augmented pension program requires recipients to report all outside income.

    August Kreis III

    Because of widely publicized comments made after the 9-11 attacks that he and his followers wished to join Al-Queda in its jihad against the U.S. government, he came under the scrutiny of federal law enforcement.

    “Mr. Kreis has the first amendment right to make whatever statements he wants,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Dean Eilchelberger said. But it’s also fair to say that Kreis’ statements raised concerns about violations of federal law which resulted in increased scrutiny and a financial review, he added.

    During an examination of his financial records to investigate whether he had given material support to al- Queda, officials discovered more than $33,000 in unreported income in 2005.

    Kreis was arrested in Tennessee earlier this summer. He will be sentenced by U.S. District Joseph F. Anderson Jr. at a future date. Eichelberger said the U.S. Attorney’s office has agreed not to seek the maximum penalty because of Kreis’ health. Kreis is wheelchair bound and suffers from diabetes.

    Kreis is well known to organizations such as the Southern Poverty Law Center, which follows white supremacist groups in the United States. They describe Kreis as a “hot-tempered, longtime white supremacist and Christian Identity minister” who “heads one of a handful of competing splinter factions of the once-mighty Aryan Nations.”

    -- Rachael Myers Lowe

    Read more: http://www.thestate.com/2011/08/23/1...#ixzz1WJ706WcA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Megan X

    Hi Pastor Lindstedt,

    My name is Megan Cxxxxxx and I am graduate student/ freelance writer in Columbia Missouri. I am interested in doing a story about the Aryan Nations of Missouri, and I was wondering if you had time to speak to me about any future plans, common misconceptions of the organization, etc.

    Would you be able to speak with me over the phone in the next few days? If all goes well, I would like to meet you and some of your members in person. I am from the St. Louis area, so it wouldn't be any trouble meeting you there.

    Thanks so much in advance, and I look forward to hearing from you!


    Megan Cxxxxxx
    I don't have any problem with having an interview with you over the telephone some time. In fact, I'd like to use such an interview on my Internet Podcast covering the daily events of the White Nationalist [bowel] Movement and its Christian Identity component called The Movement Turd. The Movement Turd is the foremost event podcast concerning the Movement because I know almost all of the actors involved and have in most cases fought with them.

    The [bowel] Movement is full of ZOG (Zionist Occupied Government)/Babylon false fronts and ZOG agents provocateur/ZOGbots and what isn't full of ZOGling whigger and mamzer (miscegenated bastard) and jew ass-clowns is in any case utterly silly and chickenshit. There simply isn't anything worthwhile getting accomplished, which is what ZOG wants to [not] happen. Every so often some idiot is entrapped in a FBI or piglice sting, and somebody goes to jail, usually after doing a lot of informing on others.

    Now this is exactly the case concerning my relationship with another Aryan Nations faction, with a Texas anglo-mestizo criminal named Allen Truitt. This mamzer criminal is taking over and is the front man for a drunken crackhead named Morris Gulett, who was actually kicked out of the Aryan Nations. My past and current history with MoGulett and Anglo-Mestizo Truitt is covered on another thread on my forum. You would do well to read it because I've kept it up over the years.


    So since I tend to ramble, it would be best to write your questions in advance and I'll try to stick my answers to the questions. Which is difficult for me because pretty much everything in this bowel Movement connects to other things and you can't understand it unless you see the big picture. The problem is that the 'big picture' isn't visible to those who are coming to it with preconceptions created by the jewsmedia. In fact, the big picture isn't visible to most of the clowns in the bowel Movement under the Big Tent/Big Top that is the bowel Movement.

    What must be understood is the absolute degraded quality of the human material in the bowel Movement. The Christian Identity, especially the Dual-Seedline Christian Identity portion of the Movement used to be of higher quality, although Pastor Richard Butler, founder of the Aryan Nations, supplanted the family men of Pastor Wesley Swift's Church of Jesus Christ Christian with a bunch of criminals, bikers and skinhead vermin in order to advance before its time the Revolution. Now the above-ground Christian Identity congregation -- about 50 or less of it as 99.9999% of C.I. is underground and out of sight -- is nothing but wall to wall jews like Eli James/jewseph Kutz-November, the murderous cowardly Jersey City jewboy William Finck(-el-sheenie), jewboy mamzer serial polygamist Dan Johns, the red-nigger criminal methgoober/jewnibonger Jeromy 'Da Pisser-possum' Visser, and the nigger-lipped, slant-eyed, shitskinned unibrowed nigger-gook-beaner faggot Bryan Reo -- and some actual Aryan/Israelite criminals like Morris Gulett. Now Christian Identity is nothing but 'Wikipedia-Talksjew' wandering mamzers moving from show to show, pretending to be White, and fooling nobody except themselves.

    So what is my Aryan Nations faction about? It is about preaching only to the Lost (but looking) and Found Sheep of the House of Israel, to the Remnant. I preach the Dual-Seedline Comparetian Orthodoxy to those who will listen. I do not collect tithes or addresses or information on those who listen. I honor the efforts of those who wish to learn and listen to stay anonymous.

    My political solution is what I call the Ten Thousand Warlords program. Since the Great Tribulation is inevitable and necessary to save YHWH's Servant Nation of Christian Israel, and what we have is not a mud or even a jew problem, but a Whigger Problem, then the Great Tribulation is to be used to reduce the population of this country to around Ten Million white survivors, this Collapse taking 130 million whiggers and 170 million jew muds and cruds, and for these Ten Thousand petty hitlers, pol pots, stalins to establish a theocratic military dictatorship under Dual-Seedline Christian Identity principles. This happened at the start of the Dark Ages when Rome fell and the baal-religion of Cybele/Babylon -- the Roman Catholic Church -- took over.

    Thus I am at odds with most of the bowel Movement because they are into whining like pussies about whigger snivel rights and begging the jews and muds to let them live and running around in jewniform like costumed clowns and getting idiots put in prison because most of these bowel Movement clowns are ZOGbots and retards anyway.

    Since this Chicago sephardic jewboy Eli James and the vicious mamzer faggot Bryan Reo got me kicked off of Talksjew and a bunch of my forums, web pages and blogs, I'll send you a link to the secret Talksjew bat-cave. For a listing of past recent Movement Turd podcasts:


    I'm leaving your name and contact information off for now. So let's get it done.

    Hail Victory!!!

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    Aryan Nations leader sentenced for fraud in SC

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    August Kreis
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    Lexington County Detention Center, S.C.

    COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Avowed white supremacist August Kreis III has said plenty of racist, hateful and violent things, but suggesting that his Aryan Nations group should join with al-Qaida against their common enemies — Jews and the American government — is what finally led him into legal trouble for fraud.

    The FBI determined the statement was all bluster from the man who had appeared several times on The Jerry Springer Show, including an episode called "A Racist Family." But the FBI's investigation also led authorities to dig into his finances. They found Kreis was drawing a need-based pension for military service, yet failed to report thousands of dollars in other income.

    Kreis, who pleaded guilty to fraud in August, was sentenced Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Columbia, S.C., to the six months he had already served in jail since his arrest. He also was ordered to serve six months of home arrest while serving two years of probation and told to pay back the nearly $193,000 prosecutors said he improperly received in benefits.

    He didn't apologize at his sentencing, and he left no doubt that his legal problems haven't changed his thinking on social issues.

    "I haven't gotten out there to hurt anybody. I don't preach to hurt anybody, except the Jews, and I'll keep doing that. But that's my First Amendment rights," said Kreis, confined to a wheelchair with multiple amputations because of complications from diabetes. "As long as I obey God's laws, I don't care about anything else."

    The Southern Poverty Law Center, which monitors hate groups, saw Wednesday's sentencing as a just fate for a man who they said has made hate his calling as he collected welfare or pension benefits from a government he says he despises.

    "This guy has always been a parasite," center spokesman Mark Potoc said. "He has spent most of his life hurling profanities at the government, even as he lived off it."

    Kreis was a high school dropout who became eligible for the pension by serving nine months in the Navy during the Vietnam War before he was discharged for not being fit for service, authorities said.

    He joined the Ku Klux Klan in New Jersey in the late 1970s, first making a media splash in 1981 when he was fired by a Jewish real estate developer for holding Klan meetings in his apartment, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.

    Kreis moved up the ranks of various white supremacy organizations, becoming known for his appearances with his teenage daughters on The Jerry Springer Show in the 1990s. In a 1995 show he wore a priest's collar and almost got into a fight with the Jewish host after denying the Holocaust took place.
    "I've got your mom in the trunk of my car," Kreis told Springer. "Your relatives — weren't they all turned into soap or lampshades? I'm looking for one of those lampshades."

    In a 2005 interview with CNN he suggested the alliance with al-Qaida.
    "You say they're terrorists, I say they're freedom fighters," Kreis told the network. "And I want to instill the same jihadic feeling in our peoples' heart, in the Aryan race, that they have for their father, who they call Allah."
    That statement caught the attention of the FBI. Although investigators found no link between Kreis and the terrorist organization that planned and paid for the 9/11 attacks, investigators did find problems in his bank statements, assistant U.S. attorney Dean Eichelberger said.

    Kreis' nine-month Navy stint was during war time, making him eligible for a need-based pension. Recipients must report their income. Starting in 2003, Kreis reported earning no additional money, collecting $192,837 in benefits he didn't earn, prosecutors said.

    Kreis, who is 57 and has seven children under age 17, said the income in question includes $14,000 in 2005 for selling a house, and $7,500 awarded after a dog bit his 3-year-old daughter. He said he sold some of his clothes and electronics on eBay, his mother-in-law gave him $5,000 over several years and he sold two guns, including an AK-47, for $1,200 and $1,000. "People helped me out. They sent money to the Aryan Nation and I cashed it, yes," he said, not specifying how much. He said it's not a money-making business.

    "It's a website. It's a very small cog in the wheel," Kreis said. "This has been a cat-and-mouse game with the FBI that's been going on for years."

    The Aryan Nations group continues to support Kreis despite his legal problems, spokesman D.J. Anderson said.

    Anderson said Kreis' comments about al-Qaida were misinterpreted and that he only was pointing out they have similar enemies.

    "That is where the similarities stop, for obvious reasons," Anderson said. "Just the idea that a nationalist organization set up to promote the ideals of a white lifestyle, our culture and our heritage, would want to band up with an Islamic, fascist entity such as al-Qaida, is — I don't know. Unfortunately, many of our statements get misinterpreted misrepresented when it comes to the mainstream media."

    Potoc said the Aryan Nations is a shell of what it used to be, in part because it had to pay a $6.3 million after losing a lawsuit filed by two people who were attacked by group members. Kreis tried to take over the organization, but failed to regenerate it.

    "He represents no one now," Potoc said. "He represents a hate group of one."

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    Default Crusaders For Yahweh-Aryan Nations LLC Becomes A Registered Pro-White Lobbyist Group in Washington DC

    Crusaders For Yahweh-Aryan Nations LLC Becomes A Registered Pro-White Lobbyist Group in Washington DC


    One of the leading political blogs in the U.S. has reported that another pro-White group has followed the example of the American Nazi Party and has registered to lobby on behalf of White racial interests in Washington D.C. The Hill reports that Crusaders For Yahweh-Aryan Nations LLC filed paperwork on Thursday June 14th, 2012 indicating that it would lobby on “any activities that adversly afect [sic] the White Race.” The Hill made sure to highlight the misspelling in their story.

    Paul Mullet, senior pastor for Crusaders For Yahweh, told The Hill that the group plans to be more politically active, and entering the lobbying field is part of that effort. “Because we need to have Christianity brought back to American society,” Mullet said. “For one, the white race is being targeted as a hate group. Everywhere we turn, we are being depicted as a bunch of inbreds. . . . It is time we take a stand.” Mullet said his group has 37 chapters across the country and plans to run candidates for local political offices. They filed a second quarter report for 2012, which indicated that the group hadn’t lobbied during the quarter and spent less than $5,000.

    Paul Mullet has an extensive history of pro-White political advocacy. During his previous sojourn with Aryan Nations, he launched a major literature outreach drive throughout much of Idaho. But plans to build a compound in John Day, Oregon were undermined and derailed by local officials in 2010, and shortly thereafter, Mullet took his faction out of Aryan Nations and started the American National Socialist Party (ANSP). However, the ANSP could not break through the dominance of the "Big Two" (NSM, ANP), and so when Pastor Morris Gulett revitalized Aryan nations in 2011, Mullet placed his group under the AN umbrella and changed it to Crusaders For Yahweh after being ordained a Christian Identity pastor by R. Vincent Bertollini in August 2011.

    The American Nazi Party's West Coast organizer, Dan Schruender, was once a member of Paul Mullet's faction, but departed on reasonably civil terms. He objected to the religious emphasis. Here's his explanation:
    Aryan Nations is a different story. As a former member, although they call themselves political, they are more of a church. Their religion is called Christian Identity. Most of the leaders of the different factions all use the title of "Pastor". Most of them legally hold this title. There are places on the internet where you take a home study course, pass an easy test, and BAM! Instant minister. All for a fee, of course. Paul Mullet, Morris Gulet, and August Kreiss et al all hold the title of Pastor. Technically, it could be called a cult, as it is far from mainstream religions, and their "flock" is limited in numbers. I was a member of this church, but only on a technicality. I wanted to be a part of their political activities, but Director Mullet said I had to be a church member - at least in name. That's all I was - a church member in name. I never was much of a churchgoer. I always found it too boring. No offense to any Christian was intended in that remark.
    Surprisingly, there are numerous pro-White comments which have been permitted on The Hill. Here's a sampling:
    BC June 18th 9:00 A.M:

    It's pretty clear that blacks and hispanics have a lock on the Democrat party. Increasingly, since they vote as a single block (without the least bit of effort to vote on the issues or to become educated on political affairs), these "people of color" dominate the entire agenda in Washington. Blacks, hispanics, asians and ever other shade of color have the NAACP lobbying for them at every opportunity (not to mention the unions in the service and government sectors); white people have every right for their own interest group, free from the inevitable trash-talking and bashing that is sure to ensue.

    XFD June 18th 10:15 A.M:

    Is there a Congressional White Caucus too? If not why not? If it is good for the goose, it must be good for the gander.

    Ralloh June 18th 10:30 A.M:

    This was inevitable. I think white people are sick to death of being bashed every day in the media and made to be the root of all evil, particularly if you're Christian. We're sick of seeing special groups formed for every other race, color, and ethnicity.

    Cohiba June 18th 9:30 A.M:

    I am white and I get a little peeved off when I see all this anti white Christan male bashing stuff Hollywood/leftist media all ways come up with. I mean something is very wrong when Obama and Holder (who is the top law enforcement in the land) can turn a blind eye to the black panthers wielding bats and intimidating white voters in a voting station in a presidential election. The balance of power is not on the white side that's for sure.
    Discussion has already surfaced on VNN Forum.


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    Default Police Created The 1st SS Kavallerie Brigade Motorcycle Division To Smoke Out White Supremacists In Florida; August Kreis Suckered

    Police Created The 1st SS Kavallerie Brigade Motorcycle Division To Smoke Out White Supremacists In Florida; August Kreis Suckered


    The Orlando Sentinel reports that a so-called group with the stereotypical name of the 1st SS Kavallerie Brigade Motorcycle Division was created by law enforcement officers to smoke out white supremacists suspected of engaging in "domestic terrorism", and that former Aryan Nations leader August Kreis III was suckered into recognizing them.

    The original investigation began in 2007, when an undisclosed agent traded emails with Kreis, who wanted to form a Nazi motorcycle club to serve as the militant arm for white racialists across the country. Kreis apparently swallowed the bait, because in 2008, he came to Central Florida to meet the group. In the meantime, two undercover FBI agents and an agent with the Orange County Sheriff's Office worked to build up this motorcycle club; the sheriff's deputy became the Aryan Nations' top Florida administrator responsible for recruiting members for the club, while the two FBI agents masqueraded as ordinary members. Another club member who was not a copy allegedly offered $1,000 to anyone willing to shoot a black man riding an ATV in rural Osceola County

    The club's actual leader, who was also suckered, was Brian Klose, a 6-foot-6 giant allegedly known for drinking from a 70-pound beer stein. Klose opened the Kavallerie Brigade's clubhouse within walking distance of their St. Cloud home on Old Canoe Creek Road; FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force agents installed enough hidden microphones and cameras in the clubhouse to stage a reality-TV show. Unaware of being filmed and recorded, Klose warned members to be wary of the post-9-11 Patriot Act, which gave police new surveillance powers, and to never admit they belonged to the Kavallerie Brigade. But despite his wariness of police infiltration, Klose's in-house explosives experts turned out to be agents whom he asked repeatedly to build bombs and hand grenades for attacks he was planning. In March 2012, Brian Klose, Leah Klose, Ronald Cusack, Deborah Plowman, Carlos Eugene and Harold Kinlaw were all taken into custody. Read an enumerated list of charges HERE, and more background on each one HERE.

    The JTTF not only targeted the motorcycle club, but also targeted the American Front group in the area. In the final analysis, the two cases — the motorcycle club and the takedown of the American Front group in Osceola in May — produced 20 arrests on charges ranging from unsuccessful bomb and murder plots to drug dealing, illegal firearms possession and conducting paramilitary training to prepare for a race war. More about the American Front case is available in this previous post. As for August Kreis, he was convicted of fraud and embezzlement in an unrelated case back in December 2011 and was sentenced to time already served in addition to six months of house arrest and two years of probation. Morris Gulett has stepped up to take over Aryan Nations and is working hard to revitalize it.

    If law enforcement could form a bogus biker group and sucker a prominent leader like August Kreis into accepting it, what's to stop the JTTF from forming a bogus NSM unit and convincing Jeff Schoep to accept it, too? Considering the susceptibility of the NSM to snitches, Schoep could be blindsided. In contrast, the ANP minimizes this possibility by requiring supporters to prove themselves through literature distribution and other forms of activism before agreeing to a meeting.

    Beware of any group with a stereotypical name, and beware of any leader who uses a stereotypical title like "Reichsfuhrer" or something of that nature.

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    "Another club member who was not a copy allegedly offered $1,000 to anyone willing to shoot a black man riding an ATV in rural Osceola County"

    "The club's actual leader, who was also suckered, was Brian Klose, a 6-foot-6 giant allegedly known for drinking from a 70-pound beer stein."

    Yet another "just shake your head and sigh" episode.

    And August Kreis, another common criminal "leadership" type.
    Wasnt he the one that suggested that White Nationalists form an "alliance" with the Islamic Fundamentalists? Since we had a common enemy.

    What exactly do "we" have to offer them? I am no fan of Islam and dont want them in any White nation, but they have actually put up real resistance to the Jew World Order. What would Kreis offer the Muslims, an invite to a "beer-fest?" Pure fantasy talk.

    Say what you want about the ANP, but at least the are an org that is committed to keeping out the criminals, drunks, mental defectives and BS artists, etc.

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    A.A. who is to say the motocycle did not do anythoing minimal to gain Kreis' "recognition". The ANP has not been "targeted" because they are "jew" friendly and they attack WN all the time, thus are not considered a true WN or NS entity worthy of zog's time.

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    Schoep has actually announced that YES! - he too is merging with a 'neo-nazi' MOTORCYCLE CLUB! LMAO Maybe an alliance with muslim terrorists is next, after all he married and slept with one of their bitches for four years. Lets pray Yahweh that this is the one that puts him away for good!

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    Fort Gratiot Easter egg distribution. That was us..

    1:55 PM
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    Does Paul Mullet still call himself the "Reichsfuhrer" of his group? AA, you pointed out in your article that any leader that calls themselves Reichfuhrer is a danger sign and I agree. This is ZOG trying to con and divide us. We've got to stop falling for it!!!

    6:44 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Anchorage Activist

    Anonymous 6:44 P.M: No, Paul Mullet disbanded his ANSP, became ordained as a CI pastor, and formed Crusaders For Yahweh, which operates as part of Aryan Nations.

    7:52 PM

    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous

    The obvious question here, should be - WHY do so many of these outfits get infiltrated by Zog so easily? Its very simple, they have ZERO - QUALITY CONTROL - they have neither the time OR the inclination for it, as they're so busy PLAYING at being what the enemy claims WN supposedly is.

    Lets look at this outfit, instead of getting involved in NORMAL political WN activities - they just HAD to start with the fondleing and collecting of "WEAPONS", then they just HAD to start "PLAYING" with them, pretending to "train" for the "coming race war". LOL The so-called "leaders" claim to fame was BEER DRINKING, oh boy! Its not like the "movement" hasn't been saying to itself for decades - "watch out for ILLEGAL talk", look out for "provocatures advocating ILLEGAL acts". Etc, adnausium, et al.

    These were damn STUPID people folks, getting involved in damn STUPID fantasy role-playing nonsense. AA is 100% correct! Beware these creatures who try and LOOK and ACT like scripted clowns, that the enemy wishs us to be! They try at first to ATTRACT the gullible and the naive, with their "hollywierd nutzi" claptrap, utilizing slogans and symbolism, of a long-lost era, that the origonal users themselves would bitchslap them down for, if they were still here - for disgracing and demonizing things that are holy to sincere National Socialists - and that literal stumblebums, degenerates and un-Aryan losers should NOT have touched with their slimy hands in the first place. I'm sure that many of you agree with me, that Adolf Hitler would have sent MANY if not MOST of these POSERS, off to a quick trip to the nearest RE-EDUCATION CAMP!

    The "BEST" that can be said about situations like these are - #1 It serves as ANOTHER (sigh) WARNING of WHO and what "TYPE" to STAY AWAY FROM, and #2 It once more culls the herd of WN, of another bunch of creatures who shouldn't have been involved in the first place! Sadly, but to be bluntly honest - I seriously doubt if any of these people would have been "satisfied" being adherents of an organization like the ANP.

    It would have been "boring", doing real-world political activities like intelligent outreach education, and campaigning for public office - no FANTASY talk, you understand. No playing with weapons, or "race war discussion". No drunken "beer bashes". Gee, where's the FUN? Now they'll go into gulage, claiming to be "POLITICAL PRISONERS", which they are NOT - the Order Comrades ARE real POW's - these are just MORONS who are gonna pay for their own stupidity.

    Its comical that as we discuss this situation, Jeff Schoep has announced the formation in GA., of his OWN affiliation with a "SS motorcycle" gang! Has the JTTF got their honey-pot operation sighted on a new target? If they do, I don't doubt they'll succeed, as the so-called "nsm" is so desperate for new blood, after its hemorraging of membership after Schoeps race-mixing scandal, that he would probably welcome ANYTHING or ANYBODY to replace the losses. "nsm" was never particular, in any case, about "who or what" joined, just as long as it was another warm body to throw out into the streets for "publicity". As I have always stated - either LISTEN and LEARN - or, LEARN the HARD WAY.

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    10:48 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous

    Rocky, why don't you reply to that real NS on the NS thread???? Why did you run away??? Can you get in a real NS discussion or just shit talk? I think you should quit and that guy be the new NS leader.

    4:55 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous

    Rocky makes a lot of sense, the WN community would be better off without all the crazies.

    5:01 AM
    Pastor Martin Luther Dzerzhinsky Lindstedt

    August Kreis always was known as a free-loading buffoon and in 2003 rebelled against Pastor Richard Butler along with Ray Redfearin. Ray Redfearin created his own Aryan Nations spin-off called Church of the Sons of YHVH (CSoY). Some dead Nazi with around a $1-million estate left 40% of it to Redfearin and Redfearin went back to heel under Butler's sway and was made Butler's second successor until Redfearin died, some say of a heart attack brought on by cocaine use. Pastor Butler died, surrounded by ZOGbots in Sept. 2004.

    Both Kreis, Rick Spring, and Morris Gulett claimed to be Butler's successor. Rick Spring admitted to being a federal plant. Kreis was the $PLC choice but angered the genuine DSCI believers by claiming that his Aryan Nations faction was open to non-whites and non CI believers, in fact anyone who would give Auggie $25 to join and $10 or less per month.

    Morris Gulett got caught on videotape dead drunk in early 2005 plotting with some young mamzer to rob banks in Alabama because of a snitch affiliated with Auggie Kreis. Gulett took a 'plea bargain' for six years being caught dead to rights, and now claims to be head of the Aryan Nations even though kicked out by Redfearin and not allowed back in by Pastor Butler.

    I investigated the size of the Harold Grooms estate and a number of other things. Morris Gulett doesn't need any money because now the estate is over $500,000 and is to be paid over the next 41 years with a balloon payment of the principle then. Gulett should be bringing in at least $10,000 per year so that he doesn't have to work and can play Aryan Nations without putting any other whigger and mamzer fuktards at risk.

    Myself and Pastor John Britton saved Morris' Church of the Sons of YHWH for him numerous times when Gulett was in prison from mamzer and melungeon thieves and from the CSOY charter expiring. Gulett has no gratitude and even less good sense. Gulett was expected to simply have a quiet little church that taught Dual-Seedline Christian Identity doctrine and only to Aryan Israelites, and not open up a tard corral for the catching and jailing of whigger and mamzer addlepated criminals.

    When Pastor Butler took over for Pastor Wesley Swift's Church of Jesus Christ, he was not Swift's first choice of successor. Butler decided to bring on the Revolution quickly and so brought in all manner of skinheads, bikers, 'ex-criminals' and all sorts of vermin to fight in this war. The end result is that the family men left and formed their own family congregations. Now 99.99% of Dual-Seedline Christian Identity is in small family congregations rife with heresies and underground. The above-ground 'Wandering Mamzers and jewboys of WikiPedia-Talksjew CI' is nothing but mongrels and jewboys and ZOGbots and anyone with any sense should stay away from such.

    These jewboys and mamzers and ZOGbots want to change DSCI teaching away from the basics of Pastors Wesley Swift and Bertrand Comparet. Stay away and stay out of trouble. Download your DSCI teachings from the Wayback Machine of the Library of Congress.

    Unless you are a jewboy or a mamzer wanting to play CI. Then go ahead and get sent to prison playing 'Aryan Nations.'

    Hail Victory!!!

    Pastor Martin Luther Dzerzhinsky Lindstedt
    Church of Jesus Christ Christian/Aryan Nations of Missouri

    10:58 AM

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    Former Aryan Leader Arrested on Charges of Sexually Assaulting a Minor

    by Josh Feldman
    8:47 pm, February 20th, 2014



    A former leader of the Aryan Nation was arrested this week on charges he sexually abused a minor who was under the age of 12, according to WIS-TV. August Byron Kreis was charged with not only sexual misconduct but “disseminating obscene material to a child.”

    The victim’s mother filed the police report, and local authorities in South Carolina discovered the abuse had been going on for three months. Kreis was charged with criminal sexual conduct in three separate counties.

    Kreis has his own page on the Southern Poverty Law Center’s website, identifying him as a Neo-Nazi who “fervently advocates the mass murder of Jews, non-whites and ‘race traitors.’” He was previously arrested and convicted in 2011 on charges he defrauded the federal government.

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    Default Hate makes a comeback in the Pacific Northwest

    Hate makes a comeback in the Pacific Northwest

    Nicholas k. Geranios, Associated Press
    • May 26, 2019


    FILE - In this May 22, 2001, file photo, Norm Gissel smiles as he talks about the imminent dismantling
    of the former headquarters of the Aryan Nations in Hayden Lake, Idaho. Behind Gisel is a Nazi insignia
    painted atop the roof of the compound's cafeteria. Nearly two decades after the Aryan Nations compound
    was demolished in Idaho, far-right extremists are maintaining a presence in the Pacific Northwest.


    SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) -- Nearly two decades after the Aryan Nations' Idaho compound was demolished, far-right extremists are maintaining a presence in the Pacific Northwest.

    White nationalism has been on the rise across the U.S., but it has particular resonance along the Idaho-Washington border, where the Aryans espoused hate and violence for years.

    The neo-Nazi group was based near Hayden Lake, Idaho, starting in the 1970s, and eventually was bankrupted in a lawsuit brought by local activists and the Southern Poverty Law Center. Its compound was seized, and supporters dispersed.

    But a series of incidents in recent weeks show far-right sentiments never really left the conservative region. In the county that is home to Hayden Lake, for instance, Republicans last month passed a measure expressing support for U.S. entry of a prominent Austrian far-right activist who was investigated for ties to the suspected New Zealand mosque gunman.

    In 2018, at least nine hate groups operated in the region of Spokane and northern Idaho, including Identity Evropa, Proud Boys, ACT for America and America's Promise Ministries, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. The center does not track how many members belong to each group.

    Keegan Hankes, a researcher for the Southern Poverty Law Center, said the number of hate groups is growing across the U.S., driven in part by a toxic political culture. The human rights group counted 784 active hate groups in the U.S. in 2014 and 1,020 in 2018.

    In particular, white supremacist groups are growing because of fears that the country's racial makeup is changing. "That drives a ton of anxiety," Hankes said.

    These new far-right activists are more scattered than the ones who used to gather at the Aryan Nations by the dozens, experts say.

    "It is no longer necessary to go to a compound in Hayden Lake, Idaho," said Kristine Hoover, director of the Gonzaga Institute for Hate Studies in Spokane.

    With the proliferation of social media, groups "form in dispersed locations" and gatherings are "more covert," she said.

    In late April, a self-described "American Nationalist" named Brittany Pettibone appeared at a meeting of Kootenai County, Idaho, Republicans to ask for help to bring her boyfriend, Martin Sellner, to the country from Austria. Pettibone, 26, said Sellner wants to marry her and live in Post Falls, Idaho.

    Pettibone was a big promoter of the hoax known as "Pizzagate," telling her online followers Hillary Clinton and other high-profile Democrats were involved in satanic rituals and child sex trafficking tied to a Washington, D.C., pizza restaurant.

    Sellner is a leading figure in the extremist "identitarian" movement, which espouses a white nationalist ideology and has swept over Europe amid an influx of migrants and refugees. He has confirmed he exchanged emails with the suspected New Zealand shooter, who donated money to Sellner's group. But Sellner denies involvement in the attack.

    Despite his background, the Kootenai County Republican Central Committee passed a resolution urging the federal government to allow Sellner into the United States. The resolution said the government revoked Sellner's travel privileges "for political reasons," and demanded those privileges be reinstated.

    Faced with criticism for giving Pettibone a platform, Kootenai County GOP Chair Brent Regan blamed the press. "In its lust for scandal, the media has stretched the committee's simple act of kindness into headlines that are too bizarre to be fiction," he wrote in a recent op-ed.

    Also last month, The Guardian published internet chats from 2017 in which a Washington state legislator and three other men discussed confronting "leftists" with a variety of tactics, including violence, surveillance and intimidation.

    The messages prompted Washington House Democrats to demand that the Republican lawmaker, Rep. Matt Shea of Spokane Valley, be reprimanded for a history of far-right speech and activities. While Shea did not propose violence, he did not speak up when violence was proposed, Democrats said.

    House Republican Leader J.T. Wilcox of Yelm responded that Shea should not be punished before investigations are completed. The House, led by Democrats, will conduct an independent investigation of the lawmaker.

    Shea, who rarely speaks to reporters, did not return numerous messages from The Associated Press.

    He has served in the state House since 2008, introducing bills to criminalize abortion and roll back gun laws and pushing for eastern Washington to secede from the rest of the state. The military veteran attracted international attention in 2018 after a document he wrote laid out a "biblical basis for war" against people who practiced same-sex marriage and abortion, and instructed: "If they do not yield, kill all males."

    In a third case, a nationwide arrest warrant was issued in May for a Stevens County, Washington, man who allegedly tried to extort members of his right-wing militia group through anonymous written threats backed by insinuations they came from a Mexican drug cartel.

    James "Russell" Bolton, 51, faces at least six charges of extortion and attempted theft after he was arrested recently in West Virginia.

    Bolton has led a militia group called the Stevens County Assembly.

    Stevens County detectives believe he was responsible for a series of anonymous threatening letters delivered to members of the group. The letters purported to come from a Mexican cartel and demanded large sums of cash in exchange for protection.

    Hoover, the Gonzaga professor, said it is a mistake to consider all of the above as separate incidents.

    "These are movements," Hoover said, noting participants are not doing this alone. "They have interconnectedness over the internet."


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