[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2009/CRIME/06/10/dc.museum.shooting.suspect/art.grab.website.jpg caption="The Web site Holy Western Empire includes writings by James von Brunn and a biography.
Editor’s Note: James von Brunn, the 88-year-old white supremacist who is the suspect in today’s shooting at the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, wrote a book in 2002 entitled “Kill the Best Gentiles!” In the excerpt below, von Brunn explains what he calls the “American myth” of equality, which, he claims, Jews fabricated to disguise the reality that “Men and races are NOT created equal.” Warning: This excerpt, like the rest of the book, includes hate-filled arguments and theories and may not be suitable for all audiences. For more on von Brunn and the fatal shooting at the Holocaust Memorial Museum today, tune in to AC360° at 10pm ET.
James von Brunn
Alleged Holocaust Memorial Museum Killer in his book “Kill the Best Gentiles!”
The “American myth” (created by JEWS) alleging our Founding Fathers intended that all races, from pygmy to Ainu, be invited to our shores, is based on Thomas Jefferson's words in the Declaration of Independence: “...all men are created equal.” The meaning of this much quoted statement has been distorted by the ILLUMINATI which subjectively is re-writing history and wielding the alleged “HOLOCAUST” like a battle-ax at the heads of those proclaiming genetic certainties: Men and races are NOT created equal.
Jefferson's statement can be understood only in context of his Era. Our Founding Fathers were Aryans, men of good breeding who understood, empirically, the great differences existing between strains of horses; strains of live-stock; races of men; and between individuals: knowledge confirmed today by the natural sciences of Genetics, Eugenics, and Anthropology. Hitler, as American boobs are beginning to learn, was not all wrong.
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