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Hate in Vermont: It’s here, but it’s quiet

Emily Cutts | Rutland Herald | June 29,2015

http://rutlandherald.com/article/20150629/NEWS01/706299965/0/FEATURES

Four hate groups operate in Vermont, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, though they keep a low profile.

The Law Center, which tracks such activity across the nation, says three neo-Nazi groups — National Socialist Movement, Aryan Nations LA and Creativity Alliance — and a racist skinhead organization called Aryan Strikeforce have a presence in Vermont.



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Officials of two of these groups agreed to speak for this article.

The recent killings of nine people at a church in Charleston, S.C, have increased national awareness of racial hatred. While Vermont has never had an incident like that one, the state’s history does include examples of racism.

At the University of Vermont, it wasn’t until 1969 that cakewalks, a dance where men wore black face and did a high kicking dance, were eliminated. The Ku Klux Klan had a presence in the state in the 1920s.

“Vermonters tend to believe they don’t hold discriminatory values because they have never had to put that to the test,” said Karen Richards, executive director of the Vermont Human Rights Commission.

Vermont is one of the least diverse states in the nation, and many white residents don’t see people of other races very much.

“When you do interact, because of lack of contact, context and understanding of culture, you do see behaviors that would be considered discriminatory, out of ignorance,” Richards said.

In Vermont, 12 hate crime incidents were reported to the FBI in 2013. Eight were motivated by race, three by sexual orientation and one by religion. Burlington recorded three incidents that year, the most in the state.

“I think we do have a problem. I don’t think we do have a problem on the level of what has happened in South Carolina,” Richards said.

It is unclear how active the four Vermont groups are. But two say they don’t see themselves as hate groups.

“The mainstream media continues to demonize us. We are a pro-white grass roots political and civil rights organization,” said Brian Culpepper, a spokesman for the National Socialist Movement, holding the rank of captain. “We do not promote violence against any individual or organization.”

Culpepper said the work that the group has been trying to do over the past 40 years has been to find solutions to issues before they escalate into racial conflict.

A request for NSM membership numbers for the state went unanswered Friday.

In composing the list, Mark Potok, senior fellow and editor-in-chief of The Intelligence Report, a publication of the Alabama-based Law Center, said his organization looks at “all kinds of strings of information.”

To make the hate-group list, a group must be active, not just maintain a website, Potok said. They must be holding rallies, selling literature or at the extreme, committing crimes.

“It’s largely a matter of public education — I grew up in Vermont and know that most Vermonters would be shocked to learn there are neo-Nazi groups in the state,” Potok said, referring to a group that was in Putney for “years and years.”

“We’re trying to educate the public that there are quite a lot of these groups out there,” he said.

The Law Center’s “Hate Map” places Aryan Nations LA in the Vermont town of Norton, a town of about 200 near the Canadian border.

Assistant Town Clerk Betsy Fontaine said she has lived in town since she was 9 months old and was not aware of the group.

A call to the Aryan Nations world headquarters in Louisiana was not returned.

Scott Waterman, spokesman for the Vermont State Police, said he spoke with several members of his agency and they weren’t familiar with the hate groups in the state.

The North American headquarters of the Creativity Alliance, identified by the Law Center as a neo-Nazi group, has a mailing address in Middlebury.

The leader, the Rev. Cailen Cambeul, said in an email that the international group has maintained a postal box in Middlebury for more than five years.

Sgt. Michael Christopher of the Middlebury Police Department said the group was on their radar but could not recall any problems with them.

“We look into those issues as they come up, but at this point there has been nothing of a criminal nature that has been blatantly obvious,” he said. “Nothing has been directly associated to any group or individual in that area of concern.”

Christopher said that over the years a couple of criminal cases included an element of racial bias, but they were not violent.

The Creativity Alliance lists chapters in 10 European countries, three in South and Central America, one in South Africa as well as New Zealand, Australia and Canada.

The third edition of the group’s handbook is available online and lays out its beliefs, practices, membership requirements and 16 commandments.

The group’s handbook says the Creativity Alliance was formed in Florida. Cambeul, the current leader, is called the “Pontifex Maximus” and is in Southern Australia.

“Creativity is a religion that is about our love for the White Race,” Cambeul said in an email. “The (Southern Poverty Law Center) itself I would call a Hate Group because of its virulent hatred for anything and anyone that does not cave in to their definition of right and wrong — their definition of Politically Correct.”

Cambeul would not say how many members the group had in Vermont or worldwide.

“It is our policy to never state, confirm nor deny Church Membership numbers,” Cambeul said.


In 2013 — the most recent year with available data — the FBI’s Hate Crime Statistics Report cited 5,928 hate crimes in the U.S., involving 6,933 offenses and affecting 7,242 victims. Sometimes the victims were identified as institutions, businesses or society as a whole, in addition to individuals. The numbers were slightly higher the year before.

In Vermont, 20 hate incidents were reported from 2003 to 2012, according to the Law Center. Those ranged from distributing propaganda to vandalism to threats and assaults.

The most recent Vermont incident on the Law Center’s list was in May 2012, when racist graffiti was spray-painted on a wall at the University of Vermont campus in Burlington.



The Complete Interview

From: Emily Cutts emily.cutts@rutlandherald.com
Sent: Thursday, June 25, 2015 1:54 AM
To: PM@creativityalliance.com
Subject: Question about the Creativity Alliance
 
Hello,


My name is Emily and I'm a reporter at the Rutland Herald, a newspaper in Rutland Vermont.

I saw you were listed on the Southern Poverty Law Center's list of hate groups in the state and was wondering if you were available to talk about this.

I think email will be our best way to communicate because of the time difference. Below are my questions.

What is your membership in Vermont?
How long has the Creativity Alliance had an address in Middlebury, VT?
Why Middlebury?
Who is a typical member? Are there any members in Vermont I could speak to?
According to the handbook, Creativity was founded in Florida- how did the Pontifex Maximus end up in Australia?
How did you become Pontifex Maximus?
What drew you to the church?
How many members of the church are there worldwide?
How do members practice Creativity?
You are on the SPLC's list along with the Aryan Strikeforce, Aryan Nations LA and the National Socialist Movement, do you have any reaction on being grouped with them?


Thank you for your time,
Emily Cutts
emily.cutts@rutlandherald.com
http://rutlandherald.com
802-774-3063 direct




From: Rev. Cailen Cambeul PM@creativityalliance.com
Sent: Friday, 26 June 2015 2:12 PM
To: emily.cutts@rutlandherald.com
Subject: Question about the Creativity Alliance


To Emily Cutts,

Thank you for your query.

If you are looking for my opinion regarding the SPLC listing us as a so-called Hate Group, then you must understand that Creativity is a religion that is about our love for the White Race.

The SPLC itself I would call a Hate Group because of its virulent hatred for anything and anyone that does not cave in to their definition of right and wrong – their definition of Politically Correct.  The SPLC calls us a Hate Group? It is they that have divided the world into what allow to exist and what they do not allow. And by the definition that the SPLC, ADL and other supremacist anti-White groups follow, it is White people that are the Politically Incorrect, it is White people that are responsible for all the woes of every other living thing on this Earth. The SPLC has their solution, which is – to put it in the words of Oprah Winfrey, “White people ... they must all die.” All we of the CHURCH OF CREATIVITY want is self determination for our people, while the SPLC want to exterminate our people – WHITE PEOPLE!

If you need proof of that, look to your own standing orders as a reporter: Anything a White person says or does is fair game, while anything a non-White says or does is sacrosanct. Black is always the victim, White is always the perpetrator. And if your paper was to stray outside those Politically Correct confines, then it would be you that would top the SPLC list of Hate Groups for the week.
 
What is your membership in Vermont?
It is our policy to never state, confirm nor deny Church Membership numbers.
We are however, often surprised when yet another past Church Member from the 42 years that Creativity has been in existence joins us. So even if I were to present you with a full list of our Membership plus known Supporters, it would still be far less than the total Creator population of Vermont.

How long has the Creativity Alliance had an address in Middlebury, VT?
More than five years.

Why Middlebury?
In short, why not Middlebury? A Creator is an ordinary person with the same hopes, aspirations and rights as any citizen of the United States. Why he or she chooses to live in a particular area is their own personal business.

Who is a typical member? Are there any members in Vermont I could speak to?
There is really no typical member of our Church. Every Church Member is of course a White man or woman. They range in ages from eight to eighty-eight. We have everything ranging from office workers, to factory workers, serving and former military and police. Our Church Members work in both the private sector and government employment, and some are unemployed and some retired. They are ordinary White Americans. However, a predominate number of our Church Members are ex military. That includes officers and other ranks, both special forces and general Army, Navy, Air-Force and Marines. And that pattern is by no means confined to the United States; The same goes for Britain, South Africa and Australia. FYI I formerly served with the Australian Regular Army. So you could say that the typical Church Member is a former soldier – but what is a typical former soldier?

If you would like to interview someone in Vermont, you may contact Reverend Pat in writing at P.O. Box 1006, Middlebury, VT, U.S.A. 05753-5006.

According to the handbook, Creativity was founded in Florida- how did the Pontifex Maximus end up in Australia?
In the same way that previous Pontifex Maximii were situated in North Carolina, Michigan, Florida again and Illinois. The title of Pontifex Maximus moves along with the holder of that title.

How did you become Pontifex Maximus?
I was given the title of Pontifex Maximus following a unanimous vote by a group of Creators known as the Guardians of the Faith Committee, which consists of Creators from around the globe of the highest standing.

What drew you to the church?
I was drawn to the Church because – like the founder of Creativity, Ben Klassen – I had come to the conclusion that we are in a religious battle and that to save the White Race from allowing itself to be exterminated as some form of self flagellating Christian rite, we first have to face the Jewish superstitions of Christianity and straighten out the White Man’s thinking in that regard.

How many members of the church are there worldwide?
From Q1: It is our policy to never state, confirm nor deny Church Membership numbers.
We are however, often surprised when yet another past Church Member from the 42 years that Creativity has been in existence joins us. So even if I were to present you with a full list of our Membership plus known Supporters, it would still be far less than the total Creator population around the world.

How do members practice Creativity?
Different Creators practice Creativity each day in their own way. Some come together once a week and discuss the Holy Books of Creativity. Others gather to listen to a sermon by their local Minister of Creativity. Some recite the Five Fundamental Beliefs of Creativity several times a day. Some will choose a Credo from the White Man’s Bible or another of our Holy Books and read that – A Credo a day keeps the cobwebs away! Some follow the diet as mentioned in the White Man’s Bible, Salubrious Living. It all depends on the individual Creator and their background as well as their personal preferences. And then there are those like myself that are totally immersed in Creativity, and when not answering answering queries from reporters or other interested persons, we are advising other Creators and fellow White Racial Loyalists, or editing books, articles and websites for publication. Those Creators from a Christian background will typically favour ritualistic activity, while those from an atheistic background typically favour the work and the effort of the struggle that is a duty of all Creators. I, by the way, am from an atheistic background. However, no matter what a Creator’s background, personal preferences or locality, a Creator always takes the time each day to discuss Creativity with a non-Creator in the hope that we may straighten out yet another White person’s thinking.

You are on the SPLC's list along with the Aryan Strikeforce, Aryan Nations LA and the National Socialist Movement, do you have any reaction on being grouped with them?
The SPLC (along with the ADL) is a hateful malignant growth on the liberal/Marxist/Jewish front that glorifies in the decay of society’s values and the eventual extermination of the White Race. I am neither concerned about the categories that those enemies of civilisation wish to place us, nor with whom they lump us.

What is Good for the White Race is the Highest Virtue.


Yours Faithfully,
Reverend Cailen Cambeul, P.M.
The Church of Creativity
Noli Nothis Permittere Te Terere
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Re: 2015-06-29 Hate in Vermont: It’s here, but it’s quiet
« Reply #1 on: 17 August 2018 at 01:27 »
If you are looking for my opinion regarding the SPLC listing us as a so-called Hate Group, then you must understand that Creativity is a religion that is about our love for the White Race.

The SPLC itself I would call a Hate Group because of its virulent hatred for anything and anyone that does not cave in to their definition of right and wrong – their definition of Politically Correct.  The SPLC calls us a Hate Group? It is they that have divided the world into what allow to exist and what they do not allow. And by the definition that the SPLC, ADL and other supremacist anti-White groups follow, it is White people that are the Politically Incorrect, it is White people that are responsible for all the woes of every other living thing on this Earth. The SPLC has their solution, which is – to put it in the words of Oprah Winfrey, “White people ... they must all die.” All we of the CHURCH OF CREATIVITY want is self determination for our people, while the SPLC want to exterminate our people – WHITE PEOPLE!

The SPLC's Terrible Year Just Got Worse
New York Post - Editorial Board
https://nypost.com/2018/08/11/the-splcs-terrible-year-just-got-worse

Extract: It's been a rough year for the Southern Poverty Law Center - deservedly so. And it just got more difficult, thanks to Attorney General Jeff Sessions. The SPLC, formed in 1971 as an aggressive civil-rights nonprofit law firm, has become the left's go-to arbiter of what constitutes a hate group. Its pronouncements are quoted without challenge by the news media, and it has an endowment of $300 million, enriched by major corporate donors. Yet its overly broad definition of "hate" often goes far beyond truly vile outfits to include people and groups that simply don't toe a politically correct line ... As Ayaan Hirsi Ali, who's also been smeared by the SPLC as an "anti-Muslim extremist," has noted, the group these days is invested more in "profiting off the anxieties and white guilt of Northern liberals" than in actually upholding civil rights.
Noli Nothis Permittere Te Terere
The only way to prevent 1984 is 2323

Reverend Cailen Cambeul, P.M.E.
Church Administrator, Creativity Alliance
Church of Creativity South Australia
Box 420, Oaklands Park, SA, Australia, 5046

Email: Admin@creativityalliance.com
Business: https://CreativeITworld.com | Cailen@creativeitworld.com
https://www.bitchute.com/channel/CreativityAlliance

Creator Flags, the Holybooks of Creativity, Shirts & More ...
See https://CreativityStorefront.com


"In the beginning of a change, the patriot is a scarce man, brave, hated, and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot." Mark Twain.


 

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