Okay, so the headline for this article might be a bit melodramatic. We'll explain.
Not surprisingly, the murder of Eugène Terre'Blanche has set off the racist set, including here at home. That Terre'Blanche's death MAY have been the result of him raping a male teen worker on his farm after having plied him with alcohol (an accusation also being made by a young white member of Terre'Blanche's own AWB) seems to be of little concern. Smear campaign, propaganda, Jewish conspiracy yadda yadda yadda. Nothing all that original from their side, so we'll move on.
Terre'Blanchewas a significant figure in the racist movement not only in South Africa, but as a figure revered and respected by his fellow travelers internationally, in large part because of the AWB was essentially a paramilitary organization who's members received training in AWB camps. A lot of boneheads want to emulate Terre'Blanche's efforts:
Well, if John Marleau is to be believed, the Aryan Guard tried to establish such a camp in Canada, presumably in Alberta:
Now we know the organizational skills of the Aryan Guard was, and is more so now, limited at best. In fact, we doubt the planning ever moved much beyond drunken ramblings about how cool it would be to start paramilitary training in preparation for Rahowa. Still, it does give one pause for thought when Marleau considers these people to be heroes and martyrs for the cause:
And also consider that members (and former members) of the Aryan Guard had somewhat of a gun fetish:
We don't think for a moment that these clowns would be able to overthrow a school board meeting, but given the pipe bomb incident in November 2009, as well as the assaults that Aryan Guard members have engaged in, we can't exactly say that these people weren't dangerous to individuals.