A Message From Reverend Matt Hale About Ferguson and How to Solve the Race Problem

Reverend Matt Hale

Reverend Matt Hale, America’s foremost political prisoner and former leader and spokeman of the pro-White and anti-Jewish Church of the Creator, commented today on the continuing protests by blacks around the country over the refusal to indict two White police officers in Ferguson, Missouri and New York City. Himself the son of a police officer as well as a well-known and respected advocate for the White separatist cause, Reverend Hale offers a unique perspective that has thus far been utterly ignored in the media’s handling of the present controversy.

Reflecting the views of the entire pro-White movement from his solitary prison cell at the infamous “Supermax” in Florence, Colorado, here is what Reverend Hale had to say:

The basic flaw with what these protesters are doing is that they are fighting the mere symptom of the problem instead of the cause and that is that the White and black races don’t belong together in the same country in the first place. If we really want to stop White police officers from shooting criminal black males, what we need to do is end the intergration of the races altogether and peacefully separate. Racial separation is the only solution to the racial problems that we face. It is not too late for us to correct the mistake of Negro slavery by repatriating the blacks back to Africa. I note that Minister Louis Farrakhan of the Nation of Islam has also advocated this solution. The White man will never view the world like the black man and the black man will never view the world like the White man. Nor is it possible for a White police officer to be ‘colorblind’ when he knows full well from experience that blacks are inherently more criminal and violent than Whites. Thus the White police officer cannot help but be more prone to employ preemptive force when he is confronted by a black criminal suspect than he is by a White one. Ignoring the inherent differences that exist between the races and forcing them together only perpetuates the chaos that we are witnessing right now.

For futher comment from Reverend Hale, write him at: Rev. Matt Hale #15177-424 U.S.P. – Max. P.O. Box 8500 Florence, CO 81226

Robert Mathews’ Last Letter


Robert Mathews went underground in 1983 and declared war on the Jewish Occupied US Government. His valiant effort culminated in a 35 hour gun battle with Federal goons that only ended after they firebombed the house Mathews was in, burning him alive. His charred corpse was found with weapon still in hand. The following is said to be his last letter.


For the past decade I have been a resident of Northern Pend Oreille County. When I first arrived in Metaline Falls, I had only twenty-five dollars to my name, a desire to work hard and be left alone, and the dream of someday acquiring my own small farm.

During my three years at the mine and seven years at the cement plant, I can safely say that I was known as a hard worker. I stayed out of the bars and pretty much kept to myself. Anyone who is familiar with Boundary Dam Road knows how my late father and I carved a beautiful place out of the woods.

All of the goals I had when I arrived were accomplished but one … I was not left alone.

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War of the Flea: Hate Crimes in South Africa

Coming to a city near you.

Since South Africa’s cross-over from Apartheid to democracy in the early-90s, an alarming phenomenon has been sweeping the country’s farmlands. With over 3000 white farmers murdered up until this point, some see it as a systematic racial genocide, others an exaggeration, and many write it off as a symptom of crime. Finally a documentary has been made to look at this troubling issue.

Rian van der Walt, an independent film-maker, explores South Africa’s bloody past and how it has affected modern day society. In a country where the murder rate is 34.6/100 000 people, compared to the USA rate of 6/100 000 people, violent crime is an everyday occurrence.

In this feature length film, Rian will embark on a journey to meet with the victims of violent crime and those left behind. He meets with experts who have studied the psychology of murder and violence to share their insights as to why the degree of violence and torture is so different to other violent crimes and to understand the troubling state of South African society.

As food security becomes an ever-increasing problem, more pressure is placed on farmers, who are directly responsible for our food production. One farmer dies, and many are left without jobs. One farmer dies, and South Africa has one less food producer. Lack of security on farms, land transformation and unstable, flammable political leadership are aggravators to an already complicated problem. If we lose our farmers, how do we feed our nation? Do we really want to find out?

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