white separatist


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someone who advocates a society in which white people live separately from members of other races

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Notably and by contrast, the antithesis variable for White Separatists, whose claims also typically arose (91%) in criminal and prison settings, did not approach significance in any model, although the coefficient was also negative.
White separatist Mark Eliseuson (left) of Hayden, Idaho, was told by police he could be charged over his snowman in the shape of a white hooded figure associated with the Klu Klux Klan and holding what appeared to be a noose (above)
It also contained links to Internet sites that espoused white separatist notions.
Republicans were incensed at the FBI for their ill-conceived--and deadly--1992 mid on the Ruby Ridge, Idaho, cabin of armed white separatist Randy Weaver.
But after the FBI killed white separatist Randy Weaver's wife and son, the bubbling under current of people-versus-the-government was brought into public view.
The consensus on profiling was underscored in August, when the National Association of Police Organizations, which staged a debate on the subject at its annual meeting in Denver, had to rely on a white separatist, Jared Taylor, to defend the practice.
Some religious groups, joined by paramilitary and white separatist organizations, are concerned about government keeping their children's names on public lists.
Weaver, a white separatist who actively supported the right to bear arms, had holed up in a cabin in remote Ruby Ridge, Idaho.
Agents also seized other biological material in Ohio from houses owned by Harris, a former member of the white separatist Aryan Nations.
His crime: shredding an internal FBI critique of the agency's disastrous 1992 siege against white separatist Randy Weaver at Ruby Ridge, Idaho.
Ruby Ridge, another militia rallying cry, was the place in Idaho where federal agents, attempting an arrest on weapons charges, besieged the home of white separatist Randy Weaver and killed his wife.
Speakers repeatedly brought up the fiery end of the Branch Davidian cult in Waco, Texas, and the 1992 Ruby Ridge, Idaho, confrontation with white separatist Randy Weaver, in which federal agents killed Weaver's wife and son.
Dozens of local and state officers joined in a 12-hour, helicopter-supported operation begun when white separatist Maynard Charles Campbell, who had been logging illegally around his fiance's mining claim on the Klamath National Forest, wouldn't come forward to accept a no-bail warrant.
That the white separatist, white supremacist, neo-Nazi, skinhead, racist element was present at the Unite the Right rally is well established.
In 1989, Abarr worked as campaign manager of William Daniel Johnson, a white separatist, who ran for Dick Cheney's U.