The New York Times’ Jim Rutenberg ran a fascinating, I say, fascinating article about the relative level of quiet within white supremacist groups concerning the potential election of Barack Obama. It was funny too… though, not on purpose. It interviewed Bill White of Roanoke, Virgina, head of one of the more established neo-Nazi groups.
“Right now,” said Mr. White, the head of the American National Socialist Workers Party, “we’re facing the potential of a half-black candidate financed by Jewish money going up against a white candidate financed by Jewish money, who are both advocating the same policy. So you’ve got two terrible choices…”
“There’s a real problem,” Mr. White said in the interview last month, “in what’s called the ‘white movement.’ One, there’s a lot of people who are just mentally ill, and we deal with those a lot. No. 2, there are people who have serious sexual problems.”
You cannot make this stuff up!