June 10th, 2009
10:00 PM ET

An excerpt from the alleged Holocaust Memorial Museum killer's book

[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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  1. bill mullins

    justice system failed again,,why did they let that nut out of jail...a convicted felon with a crazy blog should have been checked for guns as it was against the law for him to have them....still he should have still been in jail..

    June 11, 2009 at 1:29 pm |
  2. marion riley

    i am so sorry for the family of officer steven johns, to me he is a great hero ! saving so many lives at the holocaust museum. i came to this country in '78 thinking the kkk is history, that all nazi's are beeing punisht for their crimes, not knowing those kinda people have the right to walk the streets in the usa free and spread hatred unstead of cleaning other country's of haters, why not start in this country ? gather all these sick people and put them thru what hitler did to all those poor people who died in the konzentrationcamps ! i also lost my grandfather and uncle because of sick people who call them selfs nazis. my prayers go out to the family of officer steven johns, let that be an eyeopener for the president, to clean up his on country !!! maimai

    June 11, 2009 at 1:22 pm |
  3. David Petit

    I want to say how sorry I am to the family of Officer Steven Johns for their great loss. I consider Steven Johns a hero for protecting the visitors and staff of the Holocaust Museum. Those people were probably many races and religions. The attack of this madman is an attack on all civilized people. Steven Johns and his coleages probably saved many lives.
    Gods Blessings on the Family
    David Pettit
    Golden CO

    June 11, 2009 at 12:21 pm |
  4. Sandy

    As an American Jew I am more then outraged by what happened at the Holocaust Museum, a sacred place. I know this hatred exists but you push it from your mind until something like this happens. To think that people hate just because of your race or religion. I will never understand how these people become this way. What a pure waste of time and energy.

    June 11, 2009 at 11:36 am |
  5. frederick tawiah

    he surely can,t be a christian

    June 11, 2009 at 7:59 am |
  6. Jeri

    Elie Weisel came to the campus of Virginia Tech to speak back in 2005. The question of Holocaust deniers was presented to him from which I quote his answer. " People like that do not deserve the dignity of a response." I concur.
    I hope he doesn't die in that hospital. I would love to see him suffer. The problem is, he is 88 years old. He isn't going to change, no jail sentence is going to reform him. All he is going to do is spew more hate.

    June 11, 2009 at 2:12 am |
  7. sam lewis

    this is the typical outcome when you underestimate someone about what they will or will not do. they have been tracking this guy for years and knowing that he was a danger to society, but just like everything else or as the general mind set would think, ah he's not going to hurt anyone he's to old, or he's to slow, and even if that was the case how did he get that far with a shotgun in plain view? and what was the security guard doing when he got shot , that he did't see this coming.

    June 11, 2009 at 1:22 am |
  8. Robbie

    Like most racist speakers and idealist this quote interjects a proposed alternate "truth" on our historical reality with out presenting any facts. I could easily state that Abraham Lincoln was Jewish or black or Puerto Rican. That doesn't mean that he was. It is important in this day and age to test and question every statement or idea and demand some sort of prof. And to all holocaust deniers i would like to ask one question: How exactly were all those photos of dead starved people fabricated? Oh I know it was a very primitive version of Photo Shop that the Jews "controlled" back in the 40's. Believe it or not people of Earth there are people on this planet that buy into the idiotic reasoning of people like James vonBrunn. We have an obligation to stand up for the truth in the face of presumed "wacko's" like Mr. vanBrunn. Even if they are current presidents of certain countries, or movie stars. (I didn't say Mel Gibson so why are you thinking about him?)

    June 11, 2009 at 12:52 am |
  9. Howard Aaron

    CNN seems to be in the business of giving a pulpit to every crazy out there. It is sad to see. I strongly believe in "free speech," but what this world needs more is "productive speech" that seeks ways of reconciliation and does not marginalize.

    June 11, 2009 at 12:29 am |

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