you provide the RWA characteristic and the AB platform... and mistakenly thought that would stand in it's own as some sort of self evident truth.. guess what? it doesn't.
make an argument for christs sake..... stop being lazy.
you have simply failed... all around.. to make a compelling argument for anything.... and now i'm starting to catch you in lies ( AB has no ties to the Aryan nation, you made that up)
2) Where it describes the two orgs as linked as allies
3) Yes it does. You obviously are not understanding what it says
I can't believe I'm defending the Right Wing, but pinning the AB on the Right is llke pinning the murderous Mexican cartels on the Left.
FFS, if the Animal Liberation Front is a US Domestic Terrorist Organization....well then.
what's this "we" bull****?.. Gst has been doing the work here( and failing).... you've done nothin' but your usual liberal buttbuddy bull****
i'll let you explain to Gst why you are trying to steal his labor here.
listen, this issue doesn't need to be political...and I absolutely question the intelligence of those whom would make it one or argue that it is.... but as long as we're here,and simple minds are hell bent on making this partisan, i'll make it painful.... they'd better do good work or i'll ride that ass... there's no time for intellectual laziness, so get to work.
Can you quote it?2) Where it describes the two orgs as linked as allies
I'm not trying to be a smart ass. If it's there just quote it3) Yes it does. You obviously are not understanding what it says
Aryan Nations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aryan Nations is a white supremacist or "white Christian separatist" religious organization originally based in Hayden Lake, Idaho. Richard Girnt Butler founded the group in the 1970s, as an arm of the Christian Identity organization Church of Jesus Christ–Christian. The Federal Bureau of Investigation has called Aryan Nations a "terrorist threat", and the RAND Corporation has called it the "first truly nationwide terrorist network" in the US.