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A racist world view that considers whites to be better than colored people. Many white supremacy groups are part of the Christian Identity movement, misinterpreting the Bible in support of their racism. Examples: KKK, Aryan Nations, 11th Hour Remnant Messenger, National Alliance, neo-nazism, and etcetera.

Ironically, the beliefs and actions of those who espouse this racist worldview directly contradict their notion of supremacy.


Christian America's Patriot Movement: Infiltrating the Church with the Gospel of Hateoffsite, by Richard Abanes, Christian Research Journal, Winter, 1997.


Christian American Militias: Rebellion, Racism & Religionoffsite, [Out of print] By Richard Abanes, InterVarsity Press, Downer's Gover, Illinois, 1996.
Secular In God's Country : The Patriot Movement and the Pacific Northwestoffsite, by David A. Neiwert
Secular Religion and the Racist Right, Origins of the Christian Identity Movementoffsite by professor Michael Barkun. Barkun is professor of political science in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University, and is considered an expert in Christian Identity theology.
Secular Soundtracks to White Revolution : White Supremacist Assaults on Youth Music Subculturesoffsite by Devin Burghart

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