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R.L. News => Creativity in the MSM (News) => Topic started by: Rev.Cambeul on 11 June 2019 at 07:30

Title: 2019-06-09
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 11 June 2019 at 07:30
So, TCM was a failure with its recruiting of mixed-race Mexican/Indian-Americans. Tell us something we don't know.

FYI: Until very recently, the CREATIVITY ALLIANCE has avoided recruiting in places such as Illinois and Montana. Both were TCM territory and so the people that claimed to be CREATORS in both, were quite F'ed in the head. We are established in Illinois now, but Montana ... That's still the domain of Reverend COTC/WCOTC Reverend Slim Deardorff's family. While Rev Deardorff abandoned Hale - and rightfully so - his family cozied up to Hale's skinhead mixed race-thugs. Do not ask me why. As a result, we have ignored Montana for years ...


STUDY REVEALS EXTREMIST GROUPS’ INABILITY TO GAIN FOOTHOLD IN NORTHWEST MONTANA

https://www.dailyinterlake.com/local_news/20190609/study_reveals_extremist_groups_inability_to_gain_foothold_in_northwest_montana

Extract: According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, the Creativity Movement, also known as the Church of the Creator, is a self-styled religious group that “promotes what it sees as the inherent superiority and ‘creativity’ of the white race.” At first blush, the two movements seem similar, but subtle, yet fundamental differences in ideologies, actually made them quite opposite.


The most valid comment is from:

William Charles
According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, the Creativity Movement, also known as the Church of the Creator, is a self-styled religious group that “promotes what it sees as the inherent superiority and ‘creativity’ of the white race.” At first blush, the two movements seem similar, but subtle, yet fundamental differences in ideologies, actually made them quite opposite.