Extermination Of Sikhs? The Turner Diaries Blueprint

Sikh Massacres – The Turner Diaries Blueprint

 

The killer, Michael Wade Page,   in the Wisconsin Sikh massacre was a U.S. Army veteran. The evidence indicates that he had a number of commendations awarded by the U.S. Army.   Page employed classic lone wolf tactics when he killed the pacified “Sikhs” in the Gurdwara. The theory is that the prescription of the Turner Diaries cannot be fulfilled until a threshold level of catalyzing lone wolf mass killings  occurs.  The other aspect of interet is that the killer was a U.S. Army veteran.   The Turner Diaries blueprint recommends that lone wolfs serve in the US Army in order to gain expertise in firearms, weapons handling and explosive devises.

The Turner Diaries was authored by Dr. William Pierce. (Pierce, a physicist, was the co-inventor of the transistor along with Shockley?)  The Turner Diaries is a blueprint for the extermination of all non-whites.  It is a blueprint showing how Lone Wolf  tactics can be used as catalytic events to ignite a global war leading to the extermination of all non-whites.  In the novel, a lone wolf eventually ignites a race war which ends in a global thermo-nuclear war and the eventual round-up  up and killing of all non-whites. The book has gone through a number of editions and has been updated to reflect changes in technology.

 

From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Turner_Diaries

Turner Diaries Synopsis

The Turner Diaries is a novel written in 1978 by William Luther Pierce (former leader of the white nationalist organization National Alliance) under the pseudonym “Andrew Macdonald”.  The Turner Diaries depicts a violent revolution in the United States which leads to the overthrow of the United States federal government, nuclear war, and, ultimately, to a race war leading to the extermination of all “impure” groups such as Jews, gay people, and non-whites.

The narrative starts with a foreword set in 2099, one hundred years after the events depicted in the book. The bulk of the book then quotes a recently discovered diary of a man named Earl Turner, an active member of the white Aryan revolutionary movement that caused these events. The book details a violent overthrow of the United States federal government by Turner and his militant comrades and a brutal contemporaneous race war that takes place first in North America, and then the rest of the world.

 The story starts soon after the federal government has confiscated all civilian firearms in the country under the fictional Cohen Act, and the Organization to which Turner and his cohorts belong goes underground and engages in guerrilla war against the System, which is depicted as the totality of the government, media, and economy that is under left-wing Jewish control.  The Organization starts with acts such as the bombing of FBI headquarters and continues to prosecute an ongoing, low level campaign of terrorism, assassination and economic sabotage throughout the United States. Turner’s exploits lead to his initiation into the Order, a quasi-religious inner cadre that directs the Organization and whose existence remains secret to both the System and ordinary Organization members.

 Eventually, the Organization seizes physical control of Southern California, including the nuclear weapons at Vandenberg Air Force Base; ethnically cleanses the area of all blacks and summarily executes all Jews and other “race traitors”. The Organization’s response to a white woman who had a black man as a lover is summary execution. The Organization has little use for most white “mainstream” Americans. Those on the Left are seen as dupes or willing agents of the Jews, while conservatives and libertarians are regarded as misguided fools, for, after all, the Jews “took over according to the Constitution, fair and square.” Turner and his comrades save their special contempt for the ordinary people, who care about nothing beyond being kept comfortable and entertained.

 The Organization then uses both the Southern California base of operations and their nuclear weapons to open a wider war in which they launch nuclear strikes against New York City and Israel, initiate a nuclear exchange between the US and the Soviet Union, and plant nuclear weapons and new terrorist cells throughout North America. Many major U.S. cities are destroyed, including Baltimore and Detroit. The diary section ends with the protagonist flying an airplane equipped with an atomic bomb on a suicide mission to destroy The Pentagon, in order to eliminate the leadership of the remaining military government before it orders an assault to retake California. The novel ends with an epilogue summarizing how the Organization continued on to conquer the rest of the world and how people of other races were eliminated (China and the entire eastern half of Asia were destroyed by prolonged bombardment with various weapons of mass destruction and made into an enormous desert; Blacks were exterminated in Africa as well as America; Puerto Ricans, described as “a repulsive mongrel race”, were exterminated and the island re-settled by whites).

Turner Diaries

The Turner Diaries

 

The Turner Diaries Blueprint And The U.S. Armed Forces

 

This is Russia Today’s take on the  presence of neo-Nazis in the U.S. military:

http://rt.com/usa/news/military-extremist-supremacist-page-231/

 Suspected Sikh temple shooter Wade Page served in the US military and also identified himself as a white nationalist. He wasn’t alone, though — violent extremists are believed to be doing a large chunk of their training under Uncle Sam’s command.

 Although the man authorities believe was single-handedly responsible for the shooting that left six people dead is thought to have taken his life during the August 5 massacre near Milwaukee, an unknown number of other veterans with extremist attitudes may still be planning and plotting hate crimes across the country.

 Page, 40, was not the only servicemen — active or retired — who identified with organizations and clans considered extremist by the US military. And although federal investigators are no doubt trying to prevent another shooting from scarring America, the number of extremists who have learned their way around weapons thanks to the best training the government can buy is anyone’s guess. The Pentagon is well aware that the military has both been infiltrated by extremist groups and has served as a breeding ground for others to join after their Armed Forces tenure is over. That doesn’t mean, though, that they’ve found a way to reverse either of those trends.

 “We don’t really think this is a huge problem, at Bragg, and across the Army,” Colonel Kevin Arata, a spokesman for Fort Bragg, tells Reuters in a report the newswire published this week. “In my 26 years in the Army, I’ve never seen it.”

 The FBI, on the other hand, has openly acknowledged that gangs of all sorts have infiltrated the military. In the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment report, the agency writes, “Gangs encourage members, associates and relatives to obtain law enforcement, judiciary or legal employment in order to gather information on rival gangs and law enforcement operations.”

 “Gang infiltration of the military continues to pose a significant criminal threat, as members of at least 53 gangs have been identified on both domestic and international military installations,” the report continues. “Gang members who learn advanced weaponry and combat techniques in the military are at risk of employing these skills on the street when they return to their communities.”

 Elsewhere in their assessment, the FBI acknowledges white supremacist groups interact with prison gangs and street gangs alike.

 Other connections between the Armed Forces and extremist groups have been analyzed as well, including a report now six-year-old that was first published by the Southern Poverty Law Center, who has been actively tracking hate groups since the 1970s.

 In a 2006 Intelligence Report from the SPLC, Senior Fellow Mark Potok writes that even then the military had made steps to stop extremists from infiltrating their ranks for decades. “Facing intense pressure to meet manpower goals in Iraq and Afghanistan,” though, Potok says, “some commanders and recruiters have relaxed the standards” that the military had tried to impose earlier.

 “As reported in a remarkable cover story by David Holthouse, many neo-Nazis have served or are serving in Iraq,” the report continues. “Hundreds anonymously proclaim their ideology in racist online venues. At a single base, Fort Lewis, Wash., 320 soldiers are involved in extremist activity, according to a Defense Department investigator – but just two of them have been discharged.”

 Six years after the SPLC report, Reuters says that there is still a very real number of extremists inside the Armed Forces. Although a Pentagon spokesperson assures the outlet, “Our standards have not changed; participation in extremist activities has never been tolerated and is punishable under the Uniformed Code of Military Justice,” others testify that the existence of white supremacists and other extremists is far more rampant than thought.

 “What’s scary about Page is that he served in the 1990s when putatively this was being treated quite seriously by the military. There’s plenty of other Pages who served during the war on terror, and we don’t know what they’re going to be doing over the next decade or so,” author Matt Kennard tells Reuters.

 And although he claims to be reformed today, Marine Corps veteran T.J. Leyden tells Reuters that the motivations for his enlistment were obvious.

 “I went into the Marine Corps for one specific reason: I would learn how shoot,” Leyden tells Reuters. “I also learned how to use C-4 (explosives), blow things up. I took all my military skills and said I could use these to train other people.”

 

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