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World Church of the Creator A shotgun and a bottle of Whiskey in hand dressed in a white robe This is how I have always imagined racist hate groups all of my life A bunch of skinhead white guys getting together to burn some crosses and hang some minorities Yes even non-racists can have pre-determined stereotypes of others Now however a new face has arrived to the wide world of hate-groups It is showing a slightly changed profile and approach from the standard They are more educated more media sensitive and dare I say it smarter One might ask -Why is it that so many malice actions have become so intriguing to our culture as of late The reason for this would be that this form of hate has learned to sell itself differently Matthew Hale of the World Church of the Creator has taken a much more sophisticated approach to the matter For instance when speaking on a sketchy subject he stays away from obnoxious or flashy remarks about minorities Not only using this new form of speaking to the media but he attacks points that overlap with common thoughts of everyday citizens as well A common example would be such as rather than saying The dirty Mexicans are stealing our jobs Matthew Hale might say something like The United States of America is being overwhelmed by immigration and the American people need it to stop Lentworth Issues such as this are reoccurring trends of thought to many white Americans Publicly the World Church of the Creator have been heard attacking such government laws and issues such as gun control as well taking away from the general Black and Jew rantings of the past Now Matthew Hale manages to convey his opinions in a racist message to the public without using any edgy or racist words Professionals in the field have said the same of this new approach to hatred According
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