White Supremacists and Neo-Nazis are forming alliances with North Korea – Home | The Current with Anna Maria Tremonti | CBC Radio – A racist organization associated with the U.S. Deep South turns to the North for inspiration. North Korea, that is. It turns out many members of white supremacist groups are attracted to North Korea’s philosophy of self-reliance and independence. We look at race based nationalism that suits both American racists and Asian fascists.
North Korea is known as the Hermit Kingdom because of the strange isolation it has imposed on itself. But it’s not exactly an island.
Investigative journalist Nate Thayer has been examining links between North Korea’s power holders and the people they talk to in the West. It’s led to some disturbing and surprising findings. He joined us from Washington DC.
White Power and Apocalyptic Cults: Pro North Korean Americans Revealed – Nate Thayer – Journalist – In recent years, the North Korean government has joined in alliance and found common cause with American citizens from the violent armed fringes of both the political far right and left who are members of registered U.S. domestic terrorist organizations, have been convicted for violent racial attacks, claimed to have sent Anthrax chemical warfare agents to the President of the United States, been sentenced to mental institutions for threatening to assassinate sitting U.S. presidents, and been imprisoned for plotting terrorist attacks on U.S soil.
“Comrade Kim Il Sung and Dear Leader Comrade Kim Jong Il are the two greatest human beings in the entire history of theworld”
Several have made official visits to North Korea as the invited guests of the Pyongyang government.
The American political activists of the pro North Korean political organizations created by Pyongyang in the U.S. include leaders of armed white power groups accused of trying to spark violent race wars, ; Americans fighting for the creation of a U.S. state populated exclusively by white people; supporters of the extermination of the Jewish race; who applaud the 9/11 and Oklahoma City terrorist attacks; and others who hold as their ideological mentors the religious suicide cult leader Jim Jones, Pol Pot, Osama Bin Laden, and the assassins of three U.S. presidents and civil rights leader Martin Luther King.