James Von Brunn's involvement in white supremacy groups
James Von Brunn, the man responsible for the death of African American security guard Stephen Tyrone Jones at the Holocaust Memorial Museum shooting June 10th, has a long history with a number of White Supremacy Groups and hate organizations.
Von Brunn has his own website 'holywesternempire.org', which he started in 2008 and is listed as a hate site.
He also has a history of associating with Holocaust deniers. In the late 1980s / early 1990s, he was employed by Noontide Press, which is part of the Institute for Historical Review, described as the 'world's leading Holocaust denial organization'. At the time that Von Brun worked there, it was run by Willis Carto, a well-known anit-Semite.
Von Brunn is the author of the 1999 book, “Kill the Best Gentiles,” a racist and anti-Semitic tome that argues that whites are seeing “today on the world stage a tragedy of enormous proportions: the calculated destruction of the White Race and the incomparable culture it represents. Europe, former fortress of the West, is now over-run by hordes of non-Whites and mongrels.”
Von Brunn describes himself now as a writer / artist, and in 2003 he painted a portrait of Rear Adm. John Crommelin, a known anti-Semite who was close friends with William Pierce who wrote The Turner Diaries that Timothy McVeigh said inspired the Oklahoma City bombings.
In 1981, Von Brunn did attempt to perform a citizen's arrest on the entire Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve and was sentenced to eleven years, but only served six and a half.
The website 'Arsenal of Hypocrisy' a known hate site, has a piece on it by James Von Brunn that says:
the Federal Reserve Act (1913) gave JEWS control of America’s Money.” It also says that “America is a Third-World racial garbage dump–stupid, ignorant, dead-broke, and terminal.” It ends with, “Prepare to die, Whitey
The KKK is one of the most prominent racist hate groups still active in the United States, but in 2008, 926 active hate groups were counted in the U.S.
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) defines a hate group as:
All hate groups have beliefs or practices that attack or malign an entire class of people, typically for their immutable characteristics.
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