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During my high school days, I became racially aware as I noticed the vast differences between Whites and niggers. I realized that I preferred my own Race while abhorring the obnoxious behavior and stupidity of the inferior blacks. My high school was mostly White but there was a large population of blacks so that I could see first hand that the notion of equality was simply a fairy tale. Being in honor and AP classes, I saw first hand the superiority of the White Race as my classes were overwhelmingly White.
During this time, I became extremely interested in National Socialism and considered myself a Nazi although I wasn't a part of any group. Since I only saw the problem of the nigger beasts, I thought that the White Race's only problem was the blacks. I was totally oblivious to the Jewish problem as I didn't know any Jews during my high school days nor did I read anything critical of them.
After I graduated high school, I proceeded to go to a local college where I was instantly barraged with multiculturalism and forced to read books sympathizing with the Jews in the "Holocaust." I still wasn't aware of the Jewish influence behind such propaganda though. College life came to bore me and I ceased going after almost a year.
The years in high school and college were somewhat gloomy for me as I was extremely pessimistic about life and didn't see anything positive happening to the world. I wasn't motivated to accomplish much of anything and generally stagnated for several years after college. I was unproductive and generally just drifting along until I managed to get online.
Getting on the internet was a breath of fresh air as I found a lot of information and many comrades who believed how I did. I learned of the Jews and much more about Race than I had ever known before. The most informative site I found, of course, was the World Church of the Creator site.
While I had some friends who were racist, they weren't as racist as I was and would never act upon their instincts. Due to this, it was comforting finding White Racial Comrades online that felt as strongly as I did. I felt as though I wasn't alone in the world and part of something bigger.
I decided that I had to contribute to the White Race in some way so I researched various organizations. For years I had had a disdain for Christianity, so the Klan and other Christian groups were marked off my list. I narrowed it down to two groups that seemed pretty similar to me at the time–the World Church of the Creator and the National Alliance. I initially chose the Church simply because dues were far cheaper but I realized later that I had made the right choice.
Even after joining the Church, I was still not productive and was as pessimistic as ever even though I had found others like me and was contributing in some way to our people. All this changed, however, when I finally decided to purchase the Holy Books of Creativity.
The reading of the Holy Books was the most important event in my life and completely turned my life around. After reading the inspiring, uplifting, and informative words of the great Ben Klassen, I was a totally new person. Pessimism turned to optimism, stagnation to upward mobility, and apprehension to boldness. I knew, after I finished reading, that I would become something great in life because Creativity unlocked the supreme potential inside me as a member of the grand and noble White Race ....
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