American Nazi Party And United Klans Of America

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American Nazi Party and United Klans of America After looking into two hate groups the American Nazi Party and United Klans of America, it was noticeable that the two groups racial hatred stemmed from the fear of the well-being of their own race. Both groups fear that United States is in jeopardy of becoming a racially mixed country rather than a white one. They view many minorities coming into the country and they fear that these people will replace them. This is the reason they have distress over white people losing their jobs to minorities and the government having policies that favor minorities. It is interesting, both groups claim to not be racist, but they voice opinions stating that each race should have their own separate country. Compared to the United Klans of America, the American Nazi Party does not advocate for violence and looks to use more political tools to get their point across. On the other hand, the United Klans of America claims they will not hesitate to use violence. After researching these two groups, there is no doubt that both groups possess strong racial hatred to a wide variety of minorities groups that include Jews, blacks, Muslims, Hispanics, and homosexuals. The motto of the American Nazi Party is, “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for White children.” (“American Nazi Party”, 2015). They refer to themselves as a Political-Educational Association dedicated to these 14 words. These ideals were instilled into them by their

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