Aryan Nations

Andrew Anglin, founder of the white supremacist site, encouraged readers to "take action" against several Jewish residents of Montana.
This was Colonel William Gale, a former top aide of General Douglas McArthur. Gale later became better known as the Reverend William Gale of the Christian Identity faith, which later moved to Hayden Lake, Idaho, and was run by a Gale protege, The Reverend Butler.
A flyer released by the Aryan Nations said the event was designed to attract those "tired of illegal immigration," "hate
WASHINGTON -- Not many white supremacists turned out for this weekend's Aryan Nations march, DCist's Martin Austermuhle reported
The Smash Racism event page does not indicate how many people will attend. According to an event website and confirmed by