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Soldiers of a Pale God - A False Thesis on Creativity
« on: 29 January 2012 at 06:26 »
SOLDIERS OF A PALE GOD:
MASCULINITIES AND RELIGIOSITY AMONG MEMBERS OF THE CHRISTIAN IDENTITY AND Creativity MovementS
By Edwin Glen Hodge
B.A., The University of British Columbia, 2006
A THESIS SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS
In The College of Graduate Studies (Interdisciplinary Studies)
THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA (Okanagan)
22 December 2011

https://creativityalliance.com/eBook-EdwinHodge-SoldiersOfAPaleGod.pdf

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Soldiers of a Pale God: Religiosity and Masculinity in the Christian Identity and Creativity Movements
Posted on January 26, 2012


I’ve mentioned earlier that I have been working on my Master’s thesis for the past two years.  Well, it’s now complete.  It’s been defended, approved, and added to the UBC archives for posterity.  And now I’m posting it here, because it’s mine and I like to share.  Enjoy!

https://circle.ubc.ca/handle/2429/39929

http://skepticalcubefarm.wordpress.com/2012/01/26/soldiers-of-a-pale-god-religiosity-and-masculinity-in-the-christian-identity-and-creativity-movements/

My opinion: This "thesis" is not from someone who has read our books or knows our history. It is instead written by someone with perhaps second hand knowledge discussing Creativity with somebody else over a telephone - he refers to George Burdi (aka Eric Hawthorne) as Eric Bruni (possibly a deliberate choice out of the author's respect for anti-racist/race-traitor Burdi) and Lisa Turner (WCOTC Women's Frontier) as Liz Turner. The rest of it is theory based on us Creators being masculine "atheists" without religion or spirituality.

References to TCM are written as Creativity Movement or TCM and references to Creators in general are written as Creativity Movement or Creativity Movement - depending on the context. References to the Alliance are written as Creativity Alliance.

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168 ‘The Creativity Movement’ (TCM) is one of two major subgroups within the broader Creativity network. It, like
its apparent nemesis, the Creativity Alliance, is formed of former members of both Klassen’s original church, as well as some of Matthew Hale’s original group of reverends. It has retained the use of the TCM name due to its association with Hale, and because the TCM was the primary group from which the Creativity Alliance broke away shortly after Hale’s imprisonment. For the purposes of this thesis, the term ‘Creativity Movement’ is used to refer to the broader category of groups based on the books of Ben Klassen, and not specifically the splinter group, TCM.

Wrong. TCM was a new group formed from FORMER WCOTC skinheads who bullied other Creators until they grew tired and abandoned Creativity. They chose who and what personality types they wanted for their new group, rejecting the bulk of WCOTC members. We were amongst those that fought longer and harder to maintain Hale's WCOTC, and once we understood that the WCOTC was dead, we formed our own Church ... and so here we are today.

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5.5 Violence, Militarism, and Hypermasculinity

Unlike the Identity Movement that takes pains to assert that it is at heart a non-violent, pro-white movement, the Creativity Movement seems to speak in contradictory terms about its relationship with violence. Some Creativity groups, such as ‘The Creativity Movement’(TCM),168 openly state their rejection of violence on their organization’s website,169 while other groups, such as the Creativity Alliance, leave plenty of room for interpretation in their ‘statement of practice’.170 Both of these Creativity sub-groups however, make it clear to anyone reading or listening to their material that they believe they are involved in a ‘racial holy war’ that can only end in ultimate victory for the white race. Klassen’s own writings on the subject illustrate his beliefs that white men ought to engage their racial enemies in any way they can in order to achieve victory. His ideas were most clearly articulated in his work, ‘On the Brink of a Bloody Racial War’, in which he states – among other things – that whites ought to stop at nothing less than the complete and utter annihilation of the ‘Jewish pestilence’.171

The Creativity Movement’s preoccupation with all things Jewish often overlaps with more secular neo-Nazi rhetoric. ...

167 Klassen, “White Man’s Bible”, Pg. 92-93
168 ‘The Creativity Movement’ (TCM) is one of two major subgroups within the broader Creativity network. It, like its apparent nemesis, the Creativity Alliance, is formed of former members of both Klassen’s original church, as well as some of Matthew Hale’s original group of reverends. It has retained the use of the TCM name due to its association with Hale, and because the TCM was the primary group from which the Creativity Alliance broke away shortly after Hale’s imprisonment. For the purposes of this thesis, the term ‘Creativity Movement’ is used to refer to the broader category of groups based on the books of Ben Klassen, and not specifically the splinter group, TCM.
169 http://www.creativitymovement.net/index1.html
170 http://www.creativityalliance.com/about.htm
171 Klassen, Ben, “On the Brink of a Bloody Racial War”, 1993, http://www.creativityalliance.com/about.htm, Pg. 9
172 Keller, Larry, “Neo-Nazi Creativity Movement is Back”, (Southern Poverty Law Center 2010), http://www.splcenter.org/get-informed/intelligence-report/browse-all-issues/2010/winter/from-the-ashes-neo-nazi-group-now-cal
173 Ibid.

Excerpt 2 and a salute to Brother Grimm
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In its attempt to appeal to a younger and predominantly male audience, Creativity leaders have tailored their message and packaged it in media that are popular with that demographic group. Creativity’s message is blended into white supremacist music, which is generally of the punk, and metal varieties (both of which advocate the use of violence against one’s enemies), as well as First-Person-Shooter (FPS) style video games, such as the game, ‘RAHOWA: The Cold War’, a futuristic FPS where the player assumes the role of a white clone, bred for war against Jews and non-whites. The game is a curious mash of violent, ‘shoot-em-up’ action and awkwardly juvenile racist propaganda, and is available for download at the Creativity Alliance website157.

157 http://www.creativityalliance.com/downloads.htm

I encourage you to tear apart this so-called "thesis" and contact the author to set him straight.

Oh yes, the author is a fag - or should I say a homonormative heteroabnormal (to use the author's style of terminology). At a guess, I'd say that this "thesis" is what happens when a fag tries to rewrite a typical modern, Jewish feminist's tome such as Julie V. Gottlieb's Feminine Fascism http://www.alternativeright.com/main/blogs/euro-centric/how-the-british-constructed-a-new-womans-movement under the guise of yet another vilifying treatise on Creativity. Can you say P-L-A-G-I-A-R-I-S-T?

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Re: Soldiers of a Pale God - A False Thesis on Creativity
« Reply #1 on: 30 October 2015 at 01:46 »
Reading through that faulty thesis again.
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