One of the leading political blogs in the U.S. has reported that another pro-White group has followed the example of the American Nazi Party.
Aryan Nations has registered to lobby on behalf of White racial interests in Washington D.C. The Hill reports that Crusaders For Yahweh-Aryan Nations LLC filed paperwork on Thursday June 14th, 2012 indicating that it would lobby on "any activities that adversly afect [sic] the White Race." The Hill made sure to highlight the misspelling in their story.
Paul Mullet, senior pastor for Crusaders For Yahweh, told The Hill that the group plans to be more politically active, and entering the lobbying field is part of that effort. "Because we need to have Christianity brought back to American society," Mullet said. “For one, the white race is being targeted as a hate group. Everywhere we turn, we are being depicted as a bunch of inbreds. … It is time we take a stand.” Mullet said his group has 37 chapters across the country and plans to run candidates for local political offices. They filed a second quarter report for 2012, which indicated that the group hadn’t lobbied during the quarter and spent less than $5,000.
Paul Mullet has an extensive history of pro-White political advocacy. During his previous sojourn with Aryan Nations, he launched a major literature outreach drive throughout much of Idaho. But plans to build a compound in John Day, Oregon were undermined and derailed by local officials in 2010, and shortly thereafter, Mullet took his faction out of Aryan Nations and started the American National Socialist Party (ANSP). However, the ANSP could not break through the dominance of the "Big Two" (NSM, ANP), and so when Pastor Morris Gulett revitalized Aryan nations in 2011, Mullet placed his group under the AN umbrella and changed it to Crusaders For Yahweh after being ordained a Christian Identity pastor by R. Vincent Bertollini in August 2011.
The American Nazi Party's West Coast organizer, Dan Schruender, was once a member of Paul Mullet's faction, but departed on reasonably civil terms. He objected to the religious emphasis. Here's his explanation:
Aryan Nations is a different story. As a former member, although they call themselves political, they are more of a church. Their religion is called Christian Identity. Most of the leaders of the different factions all use the title of "Pastor". Most of them legally hold this title. There are places on the internet where you take a home study course, pass an easy test, and BAM! Instant minister. All for a fee, of course. Paul Mullet, Morris Gulet, and August Kreiss et al all hold the title of Pastor. Technically, it could be called a cult, as it is far from mainstream religions, and their "flock" is limited in numbers. I was a member of this church, but only on a technicality. I wanted to be a part of their political activities, but Director Mullet said I had to be a church member - at least in name. That's all I was - a church member in name. I never was much of a churchgoer. I always found it too boring. No offense to any Christian was intended in that remark.
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