Neo-Nazi Islamic White Radicals?

• Obama administration allegedly behind creation of imaginary white supremacist Muslim biker gangs.

By Bill White —

Bishop Jacquelyn Gordon leads one of the many fraudulent black corner churches that pepper America’s ghettos. Religious leaders in America can often be scammers, and many religious scam artists find that giving themselves some bizarre title—bishop, apostle, reverend—makes them the neighborhood’s African “big man,” or in “Bishop” Gordon’s case, big woman. And once you’ve got yourself a congregation there’s no better way to get attention than to be the victim of a “hate crime.” The insurance money doesn’t hurt, either.

In February, Bishop Gordon found herself the victim of a most peculiar hate crime. Someone spray-painted a swastika, the words “Allahu akbar” and the words “We See U” on a storage unit on church grounds. Then they set it on fire. The following month, the church was targeted again.

If the history of such evidence holds true, supporters of Bishop Gordon may have committed the crime to gain attention to the church or use the event to raise money to replace any damaged property with newer versions, although no indication of this has yet been leaked to the media. But the mix of National Socialist and Muslim imagery raises a question—where would someone get the idea to blend the two?


In the real world, Sunni and Shiite Islam consist of doctrines about as opposed to National Socialism as possible. In Sunni Islam the Islamic empire is ruled by a caliph, who is advised by a council of scholars and an appointed assembly. This caliphate is then broken down into administrative units called emirates, under emirs who are appointed and rule without regard to nationality and ethnicity. Under National Socialism, the world is divided into ethno-cultural organisms called nations, whose members work for their own benefit. Sunni Islam denies races and rejects nationalism. National Socialism embraces both.

But radio talk show host Glenn Beck and other radical anti-Islamic icons used the phony hate crime to claim that Islam and “white supremacists”—whatever they are—were coming together.

And Beck was not alone in this.

For the past three years, the Obama administration has been ordering its law enforcement agents to manufacture “Islamic white supremacist gangs” in order to prove that Islamic terrorism is a racial issue and create a new enemy for the deluded American masses to hate. Florida, the state in which Bishop Gordon’s storefront church is located, has been at the center of these efforts.

Kelly Boaz, a former Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Joint Terrorism Task Force officer who boasts of his ability to lie and deceive, was at the center of one such operation in Orlando, Fla. He was exposed only after online reports led to Boaz’s cover being blown. In 2012, Boaz, working with other federal agents and informants, created a phony biker gang called the 1st SS Kavallerie Brigade Motorcycle Division. This gang had no real members but it quickly drew attention to itself by declaring its allegiance to Adolf Hitler and al Qaeda. Boaz targeted some of the most fringe figures in America’s white activist movement, trying to fabricate a bogus “terror conspiracy.”

August Kreis III is a disabled man with a long history of questionable ventures. A self-declared leader of the Aryan Nations, who is rejected by the Church of Jesus Christ Christian (the real Aryan Nations) and many successor groups, Kreis is a showboater who likes to draw attention to himself by calling in to television and radio shows and announcing his support for al Qaeda. His antics have led him from bizarre cults devoted to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to federal prison for failing to report a small inheritance on a welfare form.

Kreis was a perfect target for Boaz, who immediately named him fuehrer of Boaz’s imaginary biker gang and announced that al Qaeda was aligned with the Aryan Nations.

This implausible pairing was stopped by happenstance before it could become the TV’s latest terrorist conspiracy. But the effort to link the radically opposed doctrines of al Qaeda and Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) with white supremacy continues.

So the questions arise: Who burned Bishop Gordon’s church, and where did they get the idea of an Islamic white supremacist danger?

Real white nationalists back nations like Russia, Iran and Syria, which have been at war with ISIS and Sunni extremists for decades.

But the real questions are, how did the Obama administration touch this crime? Did a group of “white supremacist Muslim bikers” organized by the FBI commit this crime?

Or did Bishop Gordon, being black and Christian, decide to combine her perceived white and Muslim enemies into a single boogeyman?

Or did a copycat read about Boaz’s antics in the Orlando Sentinel or some other mainstream newspaper?

The only thing that is clear is that no legitimate white or Muslim group was involved in the attack. Further, while it is understandable that some halfwit would create such an imaginative conflation of viewpoints, it is a testament to the ignorance of the American people that they can nod along, while government-organized white supremacist Islamic biker-terrorists are presented in their media as the latest threat led by mentally disabled attention seekers and their best buddies from U.S. law enforcement.

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Bill White is a freelance journalist and publisher based in Virginia. He has also written articles for THE BARNES REVIEW (TBR) magazine. Bill is also the author of a new book entitled National Socialism: Yesterday & Today. Proceeds go to White’s legal defense fund.