27, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- More than a decade after the headquarters of the neo-Nazi Aryan Nations was shuttered and demolished, a protege of the group's late founder is building a new compound in Idaho that is already attracting white supremacists for Ku Klux Klan cross burnings, according to the Winter 2012 issue of the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence Report, released today.
What does AN stand for?
AN stands for Aryan Nations
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Germany's crusade against the enemies of Aryan culture will bring all the Aryan nations of the world to their senses and awaken the Indian Hindus for the restoration of their lost glory.
The designation puts the Christian conservative group on the same list of hate groups as the Ku Klux Klan, the Nation of Islam and the Aryan Nations.
The pair regularly visit the Aryan Nations headquarters in Idaho.
The FBI memos confirm that Timothy McVeigh was indeed tied to Elohim City, the Aryan Republican Army, White Aryan Resistance, Aryan Nations, and other violent neo-Nazi groups.
Many other white supremacist groups endorsed the Minuteman Project, including the notorious neo-Nazi group Aryan Nations, which actively promoted the project, proclaiming it ``a call for action on part of ALL ARYAN SOLDIERS.
Named by Robert Miles, a Michigan Klan figure and now chaplain of the Aryan Nations, this "fifth era" is the present, a time in which Klan activity has given way to other white supremacist hate groups, such as the skinheads, neo-Nazis, and far right militant and "religious" groups that include Posse Comitatus, Aryan Nations, Christian Identity, and the Church of Jesus Christ Christian--a loose network including Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh and even the Unabomber.
The hate messages came after Kennedy interviewed notorious US racist Pastor Richard Butler of Twelve Aryan Nations on air earlier this week.