Soldiers of God: White Supremacists and Their Holy War for America

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, Apr 1, 1999 - Political Science - 384 pages
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From the Ku Klux Klan to Aryan Nations, the groups profiled in this fascinating, frightening book are organized, armed and growing. Written with the complete cooperation of the leaders of these revolutionary groups, Soldiers of God is the first book to let these masterminds of hatred speak their minds in their own words. Through interviews and documents, the authors weave the views of this expanding underground movement within the context of modern America to help us comprehend these forces at work against our nation - from within. Here are white supremacists' views on: Christian Identity doctrine; the leaderless resistance and the conspiracy of Zionist Occupation Government; Satanic attempts to disarm and enslave Americans under an incredible One-World regime; why race-mixers must be killed; why they hail the Aryan race as the true Israel and God's chosen people; why certain crimes and acts of violence are sanctioned by the scriptures; and in what ways white supremacists are uniting to establish a white homeland.

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Any book about white supremacists can easily degrade into a shouting match. Authors Bushart (Lee Coll.), John R. Craig (investigative reporter), and Barnes (English instructor) have written instead a ... Read full review



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Barnes is a teacher who holds a B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. in English literature, language and linguistics.

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