2002-01-12 / Columnists

From the G-Man

By Gary G. Toms
The Turner Diaries:
A New War Looms

Hey people! Since the attack on the World Trade Center, the Justice Department, led by John Ashcroft, has issued a number of stringent policies to deal with terrorists and the threat of terrorism in the United States. Many of the policies set forth were submitted to the Congress, and they have been signed into law. As a result, law enforcement agencies, on many levels, have been granted an enormous sense of power and authority in a never-ending attempt to thwart extremists and radicals from engaging in further acts of destruction.

While many in the country are fearful that these newly imposed statutes will dismantle many of the rights granted to us in the Constitution, others, including myself, are fearful that the government is placing too much focus on the "foreign" enemy and how they are classified. This is creating an extremely dangerous situation, and we are setting ourselves up to be inadequately prepared to deal with a homeland invasion from organizations that thrive on hate for certain racial groups and the United States government.

"Andrew MacDonald", a pseudo-name used by the sleazebag who obviously didn't have the guts to use his real name, William L. Pierce, wrote "The Turner Diaries", which is considered to be the Holy Grail of the Ku Klux Klan, Neo-Nazis and other militia groups here in the good old U.S.A. The book was published in 1978 by the National Alliance, a Nazi faction led by Pierce, and calls for the immediate destruction of the federal government and every "nigger", "wop", "gook", "Jew bastard", and race-mixer, just to name a few. Trust me, I'm being nice in these descriptions as compared to the ones in this sick book.

According to a published report, "The Turner Diaries" has been around for 20 years. What made it famous, however, was the destruction of the Federal Building in Oklahoma City, on April 19, 1995. This date was apparently chosen to commemorate the destruction of the Branch Davidian sect in Waco, Texas precisely two years earlier." Although there is no sufficient evidence to support that the attack on the Federal Building was linked to Pierce's work, many within the circles of these rogue organizations believe that Timothy McVeigh, who was obsessed with "The Turner Diaries", was attempting to initiate a domestic war, with the government and between the races, through his actions. His act was to be viewed as the point from which all hell would break loose in the country. Others, like representatives from "The Order", "The Organization" and the Ku Klux Klan, were to recognize the bombing as the spark that would detonate the powder keg of racial and anti-government sentiment in America. Instead, a funny thing happened. These groups made no moves, and I'll tell you why.

"The Turner Diaries" calls for a major race war, and a war waged against the government, to take place in the New Millennium, and they are positioning themselves for a strike. The book goes into great detail about who is to be eliminated, the methods of extermination, and how members are going to infiltrate some of the highest levels of government to construct the attack. If you think this is "B.S.", consider the fact that the F.B.I. is claiming the Anthrax letters are home grown from a leading medical facility somewhere in the country.

The fact that these homebred groups have been strangely silent in recent years alarms me. There is documented evidence and footage of these organizations in their training camps, allegedly preparing for "The Big Day". They even have their small children dressed in Army fatigues and toting pistols. Where have we seen those images before? Try those live satellite feedbacks from war-torn Afghanistan. How eerie is that?

There is a real danger that we may not take these groups seriously enough, and they will capitalize from it. They are out there, and they are real. Moreover, the new terrorism laws being enforced by the Justice Department are primarily focusing on men of Muslim or Middle Eastern decent. This too, is setting a dangerous precedent. There are plenty of other Timothy McVeighs waiting in the wings. The 18-year old kid who was busted last week by authorities claimed he sent an Anthrax-laced letter to Senator Tom Daschle, and he did not fit the Justice Department profile. He was white. I've seen three photos of "The Shoe Bomber", and two of them depict him as appearing Caucasian. So, for me, the jury is still out on him. The 15-year old kid who smashed a small plane into a Florida building had expressed sympathy for Osama Bin Laden. He could have passed for white, and it would be foolish to think that more people have not been busted who don't fit the profile at all. We're just not being told about it.

Yes, we are engaged in a full-scale war in Afghanistan, and we are utilizing every available resource to counter the efforts of more terrorist attacks at home. However, "The Turner Diaries", and Timothy McVeigh, are enough proof for me that the enemy is not only in Afghanistan, Iraq or Iran. The enemy is also…within.

See you next week!


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