Discussion in 'Race Relations/Racism' started by Dante, Jan 21, 2013.
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Since the early 1990s, Metzger has advocated the "lone wolf" method of organization, of which there are many, for white nationalist groups, which states that a person should not outwardly display his/her racist ideology, but must act covertly.
Mainstream party politics
Metzger has registered at various times as a Democrat. In 1980, Metzger won the Democratic Party nomination for the U.S. House of Representatives with over 40,000 votes in a San Diego-area district. The local Democratic Party chairman disavowed his candidacy, instead endorsing incumbent four-term Republican Clair Burgener. Metzger lost by over 200,000 votes in November 1980 to a several-term incumbent in a heavily Republican district.
In 1982 he sought the Democratic Party's senatorial nomination, running against then-Governor Jerry Brown and author Gore Vidal, winning almost 76,000 votes (and 2.8% of the vote) in the Democratic Party primary.
In 2010, Metzger took out an advertisement in the Warsaw Times-Union, in order to announce his intention to challenge, as an independent, U.S. Representative Mark Souder, a Republican from Indiana's 3rd congressional district. "I'd go to Washington and get into Congress, and have a fistfight every day," Metzger told local news station WANE-TV in Fort Wayne. Metzger did not make it into the ballot for the election, which was ultimately won by Republican Marlin Stutzman.
Tom Metzger (white supremacist) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
they seem like pretty nice people....
Louis is an idiot. He sees people as one-dimensional
I bet Curtis Allgier likes guyere cheese. It's white too.
I understand racists. I get it. What puzzles me is their belief that they can effect change. The Last Hurrah
There's all sorts of folks out there. And they're all over the race map.
And they all scare me. Whatever color.
And whatever religion.
Separate names with a comma.