Immigration Talk with a Mexican American is starting a new series called: "The Faces of Hate." As we are evolving into our beautiful multi-cultural society in America, there are so many "Faces of Hate" that are trying to prevent our future.
Yesterday, a FACE OF HATE perpetrated a crime against peaceful church-going Americans. The EVIL right wing extremist - Wade Michael Page - a White Nationalist and Neo-Nazi, walked into a peaceful, family-focused church, opening fire with an NRA sponsored assault weapon, and murdered six innocent people and injuring over 20 others, including a Police Officer.
The FACES OF HATE across America are attempting to demonize a Multi-Cultural America. They, like so many hate-mongers from the past, are idealizing one segment of our culture as the "elite" and "priveleged" culture.
Page's vision was that of a White Nationalist, envisioning a "Whites Only - Mayberrian Society." Page perpetrated a VICIOUS HATE CRIME advocating a Whites Only Supremacy and demanded to STOP our future Multi Cultural Society. He went to a Sikh Church and viciously MURDERED and Shot women, children and families who were preparing a religious celebration. A Heinous Crime!
The Mission of this blog is to publicize these types of heinous crimes and their perpetrators so that the perpetrators will be punished and these crimes will be stopped in the future:
MJ.com reports: Law enforcement officials in Wisconsin say that Wade Michael Page's tattoos tipped them off to the possibility that his shooting spree in a Sikh temple was domestic terrorism. But what exactly did those tattoos tell them? Using photos of Wade from his white-power band's Myspace page, it's possible to see what concerned police: Much of his body reads like a poster text for white nationalism.
In particular, a tattoo on Page's left shoulder suggests he was a committed devotee of white-power ideology. The tattoo consists of a large "14" in Gothic lettering superimposed on a black cross in a circle. The cross, known elsewhere as "Odin's Cross," is "one of the most popular symbols for neo-Nazis and white supremacists," according to the Anti-Defamation League. It's also used as a logo by Stormfront.org, one of the world's most-visited racist web forums.
Wade Michael Page, with a white-power tattoo visible on his shoulder. Myspace
The "14" itself is particularly telling: It's a reference to "the 14 words," a racist credo first set down by David Lane, the cofounder of a white nationalist terror group known as The Order. (The Order—whose name was inspired by a similar group immortalized in William Luther Pierce's racist novel, The Turner Diaries, a favorite of Timothy McVeigh's—has been active for nearly 30 years and was implicated in the 1984 murder of Alan Berg, a liberal Jewish radio host.)
As formulated by Lane, the 14 words are reportedly inspired by a longer passage from Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf and form the basis for Lane's "88 Precepts" (PDF), in which he lays out The Order's founding philosophy—including its condemnation of homosexuality, abortion, and "mixing and destruction of the founding race." (88, too, has special significance for neo-Nazis and other white hate groups.)
In their entirety, the 14 words—commemorated on Page's skin—read: "We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children."
Mother Jones has also obtained a copy of a 2010 interview with Page, courtesy of the Southern Poverty Law Center, conducted by his band's white-power record distributor, Label 56—you can read the full text below.
In the interview, Page describes how he traveled to Southern California to play bass for a series of skinhead bands called Youngland, Celtic Warrior, Radikahl, Max Resist, Intimidation One, Aggressive Force, and Blue Eyed Devils. He also spoke openly about the frustrations with society that led him to start his own racist band, End Apathy, in 2005. "A lot of what I realized at the time was that if we could figure out how to end peoples apathetic ways it would be the start towards moving forward," he said. "Of course after that it requires discipline, strict discipline to stay the course in our sick society."