Monday, December 31, 2007

Saskatchewan Ku Klux Klan

We're currently gathering information on members of the Ku Klux Klan in Saskatchewan. Christian Waters, the "Grand Dragon" of the group is claiming that there are 250 members of the KKK in the province and 3500 in Canada. We think the numbers are exaggerated to say the least. If anyone has any information on this group please let us know. We've already been sent the accompanying picture from a "friend" of his in Regina.

Chris Waters, Grand Dragon of Realm Number 51
Regina, SK (originally Parkhill, ON)
Birthday March 4, 1976

Saturday, December 29, 2007

Aryan Guard Sex Scandal

The members of the Aryan Guard have tried to paint themselves as upstanding and moral members of the community. We've already proved that you are far more likely to be victimized by a member of this group than from any minority member you might come across. The numerous crimes and accusations of crimes if far above the national average. Now their leader is embroiled in a sex scandal that broke on Stormfront while his teenage girlfriend Jackie was giving birth to their child.

The story broke a month ago and is outlined on the One Peoples Project website under the story, O(MG), CANADA! The people who run this site managed to get most of the pertinent information and the people involved in the drama. However we would like to add additional information. What we have done is taken the posts from the thread on Stormfront that OPP has up on their site and combined it with two other threads that expand on the story. We've modified the story so that it flows more like a conversation so we've moved some of the postings so that the context of what is said makes more sense, including editting out non-relevant postings.

Here are the main players who are known:

Saturday, December 08, 2007

A Neo-Nazi Group In Alberta: The Aryan Guard

Alberta has a long history of racist movements that have emerged over the decades. During the 1920s the Ku Klux Klan recruited 8000 members to target mostly Eastern European immigrants, Roman Catholics, French speaking Canadians, and African-Canadian ranchers. In the 1980s the Aryan Nations’ Canadian Leader TERRY LONG and Saskatchewan based Carney Nerland organized a neo-Nazi and Klan rally held on private land near the town of  Provost, Alberta (few, if any, of the participants were local). That same decade high school history teacher JAMES KEEGATRA was telling his students that the Holocaust was a lie. More recently the group Western Canada For Us was founded by GLENN BAHR and PETER KOUBA in Edmonton to organize Alberta neo-Nazis and attempted to spread its influence into both Manitoba under the leadership of JAIMIE MURPHY and British Columbia through CHRIS BROWN.

But just as racist movements have gained a foothold, there is an equally long history of groups in Alberta that sprang up to oppose and uproot them. The KKK of the 1920s was rendered impotent when Albertans realized that the Klan’s claims to morality and virtue rang hollow and hypocritical when founder and organizer J.J. MALONEY was jailed for embezzlement. Terry Long’s Alberta Aryan Nations collapsed as a result of a successful lawsuit initiated by a man attacked by skinheads under the influence of Long (CARNEY NERLAND had been convicted earlier of manslaughter in the death of First Nations trapper Leo LaChance in Prince Albert). In 1984 Keegstra was stripped of his teaching credentials, charged with “willfully promoting hatred against an identifiable group,” and convicted. Western Canada For Us fell apart almost immediately after it began due to the efforts of community activists and the Edmonton police’s Hate Crimes Division. Glenn Bahr and Peter Kouba, along with members CIARAN DONNELLY and JESSICA BEAUMONT have been or are currently subjects of human rights complaints brought forth by anti-racist activist and attorney Richard Warman (Bahr is also the subject of a criminal case for violating section 319 of Canada’s Criminal Code). Now a new group going by the name Aryan Guard, based primarily in Calgary but with members and supporters from other cities within and outside Alberta, has emerged. And, as has occurred in the past, the community is rising up in opposition.