A Grand Dragon of the KKK in the 1970s and a congressional candidate in the 1980s, he's now the leader of White Aryan Resistance, a self-styled revolutionary group.
What does WAR stand for?
WAR stands for White Aryan Resistance
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That's a sad story, but it doesn't qualify as a menace on the scale of, say, the White Aryan Resistance.
Just as, for Parrino, the "blackness" of Stella's "Black Paintings" and Warhol's Disasters series refers to more than their surface color, the collage White on White, 1991, formally evokes Malevich while featuring a racist flyer for the White Aryan Resistance on a white sheet of paper.
The "14 Word Press" Internet homepage is part of a network of hate sites that include the, Volksfront, Stormfront, Ku Klux Klan, Voice of White America, Women For Aryan Unity, White Aryan Resistance and White Power World Wide.
5 million judgment against the White Aryan Resistance in the killing of an Ethiopian student in Portland, Oregon, and it won several other significant cases against Klan groups during the 1980s and 1990s.
Tom Metzger, leader of the White Aryan Resistance, supported Britton's alleged assassin Paul Hill: "You've got to admit this guy has some style at least; he's not begging for mercy but smiling at his keepers.
Howe specifically fingered as the prime instigators of the terrorist plot Elohim City founder Robert Millar, White Aryan Resistance leader Dennis Mahon, and Andreas Strassmeir, a German illegal alien with high-level connections to the German government of Chancellor Hehnut Kohl.
The report noted a heightened level of distribution of extremist fliers and other racist literature by the neo-Nazi National Alliance, various Ku Klux Klan factions, White Revolution, White Aryan Resistance and David Duke's European-American Unity and Rights Organization.