Friday, 29 July 2016

Rev Matt Hale..(Civil Case) Defendant's responses to Plantiff's first interrogatories

                                     IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
                                     FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO

Civil Action No. 1 4-cv-00245-MSK-MJW

REVEREND MATT HALE,

           Plaintiff,

V.

FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS,

          Defendant.



DEFENDANT'S RESPONSES TO PLAINTIF'F'S FIRST INTERROGATORIES

Pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 33, Defendant Federal Bureau of Prisons ("Defendant" or "BOP"), through undersigned counsel, hereby responds to Plaintiff s Request to Produce as follows:


RESPONSES TO INTERROGATORIES


Interrogatory No. 1: Please explain why you have classified Reverend Hale's church,
The Church of the Creator, as a "security threat group," and the basis for that classification, providing the names of your employees responsible for the classification, the date upon which that classification was first made, the dates upon which it was renewed (if any) and which of your employees made that decision, and what procedure exists, if any, to remove that classification.

RESPONSE: Objection. First, Defendant objects to the request insofar as Creativity, the
(World) Church of the Creator, or the Creativity Movement (collectively, the "Creativity
Movement") has not been recognized by the BOP as a "church" or "religion." Second, Defendant objects to the request to the extent it may seek privileged information, including materials containing information protected by the attorney-client, attorney-work-product, deliberative process and/or law enforcement privileges. Third, Defendant objects to the request because it is compound and consists of multiple interrogatories. Without waiving these objections, the Creativity Movement has been designated as a Security Threat Group ("STG") because it has been involved in violent criminal activities driven by racial hatred or animosity.

Two influential figures in the Creativity Movement have been involved in high-profile acts of violence: Benjamin Smith, who went on a shooting rampage that resulted in the deaths of two people and injuries to many others, and Matthew Hale, the plaintiff in this lawsuit, who solicited the murder of a federal judge. Plaintiff, the most recognized leader of the Creativity Movement, has demonstrated his willingness and ability to continue to control and influence Creativity Movement members and followers on the street, from within prison. He has authored correspondence seeking to guide rank-and-file Creativity Movement members and followers' Through Plaintiff s efforts, the Creativity Movement is actively attempting to recruit new followers, primarily via the internet.

In addition to Plaintiff and Smith, other members and associates of the Creativity
Movement have documented violent histories, including the murder of an African-American Persian Gulf War veteran; a plot to instigate a race war by bombing an African-American church and assassinating Rodney King (during the arrest of a person associated with this plot, police seized pipe bombs, machine guns and racist paraphernalia, to include Confederate and Nazi flags and a framed portrait of Adolph Hitler); a plot to send a letter bomb to a rabbi; a plot to conduct a series of political bombings targeting synagogues, Jewish-related agencies, military facilities and radio and television stations; the bombing of the NAACP office in Tacoma, Washington; the racially motivated arson of an African-American family's home; several arson attacks against synagogues in California; and a plot to murder music artists Ice-T and Ice Cube. The latter plot included a plan to use sniper fire directed at other victims, based on race.

Other violent acts attributed to members and associates of the Creativity Movement include murder, murder for hire, lynching, violent extortion with intent to kill, violation of civil rights resulting in death, theft/possession of dynamite, assault, forcible sexual abuse, sexual assault of a minor, sexual contact with a three-year-old daughter, escape, bomb making, inciting a riot, race-related criminal activity, kidnapping, firebombing a synagogue, bank robbery, home invasion, hostage taking, and torture, among other crimes. Certain factions of the Creativity Movement are required to own and be proficient in using handguns.

This documented history of violence of Creativity Movement members and associates stands in contrast to the group's stated characterization of itself as "non-violent." This conflict between the group's history of race-driven violence and alleged espousal of non-violence demonstrates a mindset that is of grave concern to prison administrators. In a prison setting, race-related issues have the potential to cause major disruptions among the inmate populations.

The Creativity Movement meets the definition an STG, which is defined as an inmate group, gang, or organization acting in concert to promote violence, escape, drug, disruptive and/or terrorist activity.

Based on information about the Creativity Movement and the correctional judgment of BOP personnel, the Creativity Movement is monitored as an STG for any signs of activity that may cause disruption to institution safety and security , and or the safety and security of the public.

The Creativity Movement was designated as an STG in approximately 1993. The BOP no longer maintains records related specifically to that designation. Therefore, the BOP cannot identify the employee or employees who were involved in the designation decision. The designation would have been made by employees in the Correctional programs Division. Once assigned, the STG designation does not expire and therefore is not "renewed"; the Creativity Movement has continuously been designated as an STG since approximately 1993. There is no formal procedure for removal of an STG designation. However, an inmate may make such a request by means of the BOP's administrative remedy program. Defendant may supplement this response.


Interrogatory No. 2: Please explain, specifically, why black-oriented churches, including the Nation of Islam, the Black Moors, the Rastafarians, and all others known by you to exist within the B.O.P are not classified by you as "security threat groups" while The Church of the Creator, Christian Identity churches, and other white-oriented churches are.

RESPONSE: Objection. First, Defendant objects to the request insofar as the Creativity Movement has not been recognized by the BOP as a "church" or "religion." Second, Defendant objects to the request to the extent it may seek privileged information, including materials containing information protected by the attorney-client, attorney-work-product, deliberative process and/or law enforcement privileges. Specifically, revealing what groups have been designated as STGs may compromise institution safety and security and/or the safety and security of the public, and compromise the BOP's ability to effectively monitor those groups.

That information is subject to the law enforcement privilege.Therefore, other than the Creativity Movement, which is Plaintiff s group, the possible STG designation of other groups is not identified here. Moreover, information about the possible STG designation of other groups is not relevant because it has no bearing on the BOP's assessment of the Creativity Movement, which is Plaintiff s group and the focus of the issues raised in this case. Third, this interrogatory seeks information about other groups that is not relevant because the equal protection claim has been dismissed. Finally, the terms "black-oriented churches," "Christian Identity Churches," and "white-oriented churches" are vague because they are undefined.

Without waiving these objections, the fact that a group may be "black-oriented" or "white-oriented" does not affect whether the BOP recognizes the group as a religion and accords (1. By providing this example, Defendant does not waive the assertion of other privileges for this and other privileged information.)  religious privileges to its adherents, nor is it determinative of whether the group may warrant a designation as an STG. The Creativity Movement is designated as an STG for the reasons set forth in Defendant's response to interrogatory no. 1, above, which is incorporated herein by
reference. The BOP does not recognize the Creativity Movement as a "church" or "religion." The group is a hostile, racial separatist group that operates under the guise of religion. The group
discriminates against and disparages non-white racial groups and endorses race-driven violence.

It has a lengthy history of violence directed toward persons the group deems to be not "white." Non-white persons are excluded from participation in the Creativity Movement. The group uses the moniker of "religion" to espouse racial separatism and to promote racially divisive propaganda. This is demonstrated by the group's assertion "that our race is our religion'; its directive 'to populate the lands of this earth with white people exclusive and to "keep shrinking our enemies"; its belief that "the inferior mud races are our deadly enemies, and the most dangerous of all is the Jewish race"; and its admonition to have no dealings with Jewish people, "n------ or other coloreds"-to take just a few examples. These facts make the group a dangerous presence in a prison setting. Therefore, the Creativity Movement is not authorized, to function as a group, including as a religious group, in the BOP.

The ideology of the Creativity Movement stands in contrast with other groups that may highlight racial identity within their religious practices. This difference is a factor in the BOP,s decision to permit the latter groups to function as religious groups within the prison.

As for the examples referenced in this interrogatory practitioners of the Nation of Islam identify as Muslim in the context of African American culture. The BOP views inmates who are adherents of the Nation of Islam as Muslim. Nation of Islam religious services function in the (2. The June 16,2016,report of Dr. Mark Pitcavage provides a detailed explanation of the groups history
and ideology and may contain information that is responsive to this interrogatory. That report is incorporated herein by reference.) same manner as other Muslim religious services. Moreover, the Nation of Islam does not exclude persons who are not African American from its services. The BOP has observed that inmates of many races, including white, Hispanic and Asian, often attend Nation of Islam services. The same is true of the Moorish Science Temple of America (the "Black Moors" referenced in this interrogatory), which shares common origins with the Nation of Islam. Again, this group does not exclude people from its worship services on the basis of race.

Similarly, Rastafari is an African-centric religion, but it is not based on race or racially exclusive. Persons of all races can adopt, and be welcomed into, the Rastafari faith. The BOP has a number of white inmates who are Rastafari. As with the Nation of Islam and the Moorish Science Temple of America, the BOP allows Rastafari services, which do not exclude inmates based on race.

There are also "white-oriented" groups, to use the language in this interrogatory, that are authorized to function as religious groups in the BOP. These groups include Odinism and Asatru. There are important distinctions between these groups and the Creativity Movement. For example, although these groups may highlight their racial identity, the groups have a defined belief system that goes beyond the mere physical accident of race. They also have defined religious practices that are not based on race. The groups do not exclude other inmates on the basis of race. Promoting violence is not a tenet of these groups.

In contrast, groups that exhibit overt racial animosity, promote hostility toward other groups, and exclude others based on race are not authorized to function as religious groups in the BOP. Those groups include the Creativity Movement and Christian Identity, which are "white-oriented" groups, and the Nation of Gods and Earth (sometimes known as the "Five-Percent Nation" or the "Five Percenters"), which is a "black-oriented" group.

Defendant may supplement this response.

(3 While individual practitioners of any religion may sometimes seek to promote violence based on race, the faith groups discussed here are distinct from the Creativity Movement in that the promotion of a particular race to the debasement, detriment, or elimination of others is not a tenet of their belief systems.)

Interrogatory No. 3: Please explain why you object to Reverend Hale leading or "directing" his church in the outside world and why you believe that you have the legal or moral right to stop him from doing so.


RESPONSE: Objection. First, Defendant objects to the request insofar as the Creativity Movement has not been recognized by the BOP as a "church" or "religion." Second, Defendant objects to the request to the extent it may seek privileged information, including materials containing information protected by the attorney-client, attorney-work-product, deliberative process and or law enforcement privileges. Third, the BOP cannot discern how Plaintiff may define "moral right" and therefore objects to that aspect of the interrogatory as undefined and vague. In managing institutions and inmates, the BOP applies applicable federal laws and regulations.

Without waiving these objections, the BOP does not recognize the Creativity Movement as a "church" for the reasons explained in its response to interrogatory no. 2, above, which is incorporated herein by reference. Also, for the reasons set forth in the response to interrogatory no. 1, above, the BOP has designated the Creativity Movement as an STG. That response is also incorporated herein
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Inmates are not allowed to hold positions of leadership or authority in groups or organizations outside the prison, whatever the nature of the group-i.e. ,business,  professional, philanthropic, political, or religious (although, to be clear, the BOP does not view the Creativity Movement as a "religious" group).4 By way of example, once incarcerated, an inmate cannot maintain his position as an officer of a company or engage in any other conduct related to his former business; he cannot practice the profession he practiced before his incarceration; and he cannot serve in a leadership role in any civil, cultural, or political organization outside the prison.

(4. This proscription means that, even if the Creativity Movement were religious in nature, plaintiff still would not have been allowed to assert leadership or authority in that group. In other words, the religious nature of an outside group is beside the point-an inmate may not hold positions of leadership or authority in an outside group.)

He also cannot function as a religious leader or cleric, such as a priest, imam, rabbi, or minister. To take a specific example, a priest in the Roman Catholic or Orthodox Christian churches could not continue to serve as a confessor or spiritual guide to persons outside the prison.

Participating in roles like these is one of the many rights an inmate surrenders when he is convicted and incarcerated. [in short, as a federal inmate, Plaintiff is not allowed to direct any organization or group from prison, let alone a group like the Creativity Movement that raises serious security concerns and that has been designated by the BOP as an STG. See 28 C.F.R. $ 541.3, Prohibited Act No. 334 (conducting a business is a "Moderate Severity Level Prohibited Act"); see also 28 C.F.R. $ 540.14(d)(4) (authorizing the Warden to reject correspondence that includes "direction of an inmate's business")

Plaintiff is also not allowed to direct the Creativity Movement from his prison cell because, in the BOP's assessment, his leadership role poses a potential security threat to persons outside the prison. The BOP has evaluated extensive information about Plaintiff, including his criminal history, his contacts outside the prison, the nature of his communications with people outside the prison, and his known influence over people outside the prison. (That information has been and is continuing to be produced to Plaintiff in discovery, which is ongoing.)

As detailed in its response to interrogatories no. 1 and no. 2, above, Plaintiff and other adherents of the Creativity Movement-many of whom view Plaintiff as their supreme leader-have a dangerous history that includes racially motivated violence. With regard to Plaintiff specifically, his leadership role in the Creativity Movement has triggered violent acts by his followers and admirers, including Benjamin Smith (who targeted and killed victims because of their race) and William White (who targeted the foreman of the jury that convicted Plaintiff).

Plaintiff himself is incarcerated for soliciting one of his followers to murder a federal judge
Plaintiff described as a "Jew rat." In the correctional judgment of the BOP, allowing Plaintiff to
business" is construed as running any outside organization or group.... (5. The term "conducting a business" is construed as running any outside organization or group).....lead the Creativity Movement poses a security risk because it may trigger acts of violence by persons outside the prison, even if Plaintiff does not issue an explicit directive to harm others.

Defendant may supplement this response.

Interrogatory No. 4: Please explain the basis for your denial of Reverend Hale's allegations in paragraphs 26,28-30, and 55-56, of his Amended Complaint, specifically stating what criminal laws or B.O.P. policies you believe he has violated with his correspondence at ADX, how his correspondence has posed a "threat"  and in what exact manner in the past, and what information and evidence you have otherwise that justifies your denial of these enumerated paragraphs of Reverend Hale's Amended Complaint. Provide the dates of his supposedly violent, illegal, unlawful, or
rule-violative actions as a prisoner, when he was accused by staff of same, and otherwise explain your denial of these paragraphs of Reverend Hale's Amended Complaint, paragraphs that should have been admitted as far as he is concerned. If you believe that he has ever violated a specific B.O.P. rule with his correspondence, please name the rule.


RESPONSE: Objection. First, Defendant objects to the request insofar as the Creativity
Movement has not been recognized by the BOP as a "church" or "religion." Second, Defendant objects to the request to the extent it may seek privileged information, including materials containing information protected by the attorney-client, attorney-work-product, deliberative process and/or law enforcement privileges. Third, Defendants objects to the request because it is compound and consists of multiple interrogatories. Fourth, Defendant objects to any aspect of this interrogatory that expresses Plaintiff s opinion about how Defendant should have responded to the allegations in his complaint, which is neither a proper question under Fed. R. Civ. P. 33 nor a defining legal standard.
Without waiving these objections, Defendant responds as follows:

Paragraph 26: Plaintiff was not designated to the ADX because of his "religious or ideological beliefs," but because he was subject to Special Administrative Measures ("SAMs"). The security controls available at the ADX allowed for effective implementation of the communications restrictions in Plaintiffs SAMs, which took into account the nature of his crime and his influence among his followers and supporters outside the prison, including persons associated with the Creativity Movement-a group with a demonstrable history of race-driven violence that is designated by the BOP as an STG. See Defendant's responses to interrogatories no' 1, no' 2, and no. 3, above, which are incorporated herein by reference. Moreover, as explained in the preceding incorporated responses, the BOP does not recognize the Creativity Movement as a religion.

Plaintiff has sent and has attempted to send correspondence that violates BOP policy. His correspondence with persons outside the institution was deemed to constitute a security risk, and, as an inmate, he is not allowed to lead the Creativity Movement-or any other group. ,See Defendant's response to interrogatory no. 5, below, which is incorporated herein by reference. A large amount of Plaintiff s correspondence in which he purports to assert a leadership role (including as the "Pontifex Maximus") over the Creativity Movement, and/or provides directions or guidance to persons associated with that group, has been produced in discovery. The answer to the portion of this interrogatory requesting "the dates of Plaintiff s] supposedly violent, illegal, unlawful, or rule-violative actions as a prisoner," may be determined from those BOP records. Plaintiff is able to see as well as Defendants where his correspondence purports to assume a leadership role or provide guidance and direction to others. Therefore, "the burden of deriving or ascertaining the answer will be substantially the same for either party[.],, ,See Fed. R. Civ' P' 33(d). Therefore, Plaintiff is referred to the correspondence that has been produced to him in discovery.

As Plaintiff asserts in his complaint, BOP personnel explicitly informed Plaintiff on multiple occasions that he was not allowed to direct the Creativity Movement, to function as an ordained "minister," and to be "Pontifex Maximus ." see Doc. 10 at $fl 33, 34,3s,36,39, 50.

The BOP maintains no records that would allow it to ascertain the dates on which those verbal admonitions were given to Plaintiff.

Paragraph 28: As explained in the response concerning Paragraph 26, above, and the response to interrogatory no. 5, below, which are incorporated here, the BOP's assessment of Plaintiff s correspondence is that his resumption of a leadership role in the Creativity Movement, with its history of race-driven violence outside the prison and its designation as an STG, constituted a security risk that could jeopardize the safety and security of persons outside the prison. Plaintiffs correspondence therefore had the potential to "foment] or encourage] violence" against innocent persons, which would have constituted a crime.

Paragraph29: Please see the response concerning Paragraph26, above, and the response to interrogatory no. 5, below, which are incorporated here.

Paragraph 30: Please see the response concerning Paragraph 26, above, and the response to interrogatory no. 5, below, which are incorporated here.

Paragraph 55: Please see the response concerning Paragraph 26, above, and the response to interrogatory no. 5, below, which are incorporated here.

Paragraph 56: Please see the response concerning Paragraph 26, above, and the response to interrogatory no. 5, below, which are incorporated here.

Defendant may supplement this response.

Interrogatory No. 5: Please explain, specifically, why you imposed a mail ban upon
Reverend Hale in July 2010 and again in January 20l3,why these bans were each imposed for six months, and why you did not give him the opportunity to alter the tenor or nature of his mail
to your satisfaction prior to imposing the mail bans-why, in other words, didn't you at least give him a warning before imposing the mail bans so that he could successfully adjust his conduct without losing his mail to his friends and others altogether?

RESPONSE: Objection. First, Defendant objects to the request insofar as the term "mail ban" is a misnomer. Plaintiff was not "banned" from sending or receiving mail, but limited in the scope of his correspondents. Second, Defendant objects to the request to the extent it may seek privileged information, including materials containing information protected by the attorney-client, attorney-work-product, deliberative process and or law enforcement privileges. Third, Defendant objects to the request because it is compound and consists of multiple interrogatories, including interrogatories about two different sets of restrictions.

Without waiving these objections,Defendant responds as follows

July 2010 restricted general correspondence: Plaintiff was placed on restricted general correspondence status in July 2010 because his correspondence with persons outside the institution was deemed to constitute a security risk. See 28 C.F.R. g 5a0.15(a)(3) (authorizing the Warden to place an inmate on restricted general correspondence status when the inmate is determined to be a "security risk"); id. at $5a0.15.(a)(1) (authorizing the Warden to place an inmate on restricted general correspondence status when the inmate is determined to have engaged in any of the activities listed in $ 540.14(d)); id. at $ 540.14(d) (inmate sends or receives correspondence determined to be "detrimental to the security, good order, or discipline of the institution, to the protection of the public, or that] might facilitate criminal activity''). In the correctional judgment of the BOP, both Plaintiff and his supporters and followers outside the institution, including those affiliated with the Creativity Movement and other white nationalist groups, constitute a security risk. The basis for this assessment is set forth in the BOP's explanation of the reasons for designating the Creativity Movement as an STG and for declining to recognize the group as a religion. See the responses to interrogatories no. 1 and no. 2, above, which are incorporated herein by reference.

After the removal of Plaintiff s SAMs in February 2009, and the subsequent removal of his post-SAMs restricted general correspondence status in August 2009,Platntiff immediately began to reach out to his followers and supporters in the Creativity Movement and affiliated white nationalist groups. Then, in approximately June 2010, Plaintiff sought to officially resume a leadership role in the Creativity Movement, proclaiming to individuals with leadership roles in the Creativity Movement and two affiliated groups that he was resuming the role of "Pontifex Maximus pro tempore ('for the time being')." ,See BOP 4220-4222. Plaintiff sent each of these individuals a lengthy "address" in which he provided "instruction and observations" for the reunification and management of the Creativity Movement. He directed the three recipients of his letter to disseminate his address to "creators" by website and email.

At that point, when Plaintiff publicly placed himself in the most powerful position in the Creativity Movement, the BOP determined that he should be placed on restricted general correspondence status.

In making that decision, the BOP took into account the security concerns associated with Plaintiff and his followers and supporters in the Creativity Movement described in the responses to interrogatories no. 1 and no. 2, above. The BOP evaluated Plaintiff s propensity to act in ways that promoted violence based on race, and the agency considered that nothing in his post-SAMs communications reflected a change of heart or a retreat from the ideology that led to his conviction for solicitation of murder.

The BOP also considered the fact that inmates are not allowed to run organizations or groups of any kind outside the prison. ,See response to interrogatory no. 3, above, which is incorporated herein by reference. The BOP concluded that Plaintiff s resumption of a leadership role in the Creativity Movement, with its history of violence outside the prison and its designation as an STG, constituted a security risk that should be addressed by restricting Plaintiff s correspondence. January 2013 restricted general correspondence: Plaintiff was placed on restricted general correspondence status in January 2013 because his correspondence with persons outside the institution was deemed to constitute a security risk. See 28 C.F.R. $ 540.15(aX3) (authorizing the Warden to place an inmate on restricted general correspondence status when the inmate is determined to be a "security risk"); id. at $ 5a0. 1 5. (a)(1 ) (authorizing the Warden to place an inmate on restricted general correspondence status when the inmate is determined to have engaged in any of the activities listed in $ 540.14(d)); id. at $ 540.14(d) (inmate sends or receives correspondence determined to be "detrimental to the security, good order, or discipline of the institution, to the protection of the public, or [that] might facilitate criminal activity").

As with the assessment that preceded the 2010 restrictions, in the correctional judgment of the BOP, both Plaintiff and his supporters and followers outside the institution, including those affiliated with the Creativity Movement and other white nationalist groups, constitute a security risk. The basis for this assessment is set forth in the BOP's explanation of the reasons for designating the Creativity Movement as an STG and for declining to recognize the group as a religion . See the responses to interrogatories no. 1 and no. 2, above, which are incorporated herein by reference.

Immediately after the July 2010 restrictions were removed in January 2011, Plaintiff resumed his efforts to direct and manage the Creativity Movement by means of his correspondence to his followers and supporters in the United States and abroad, which frequently included directions to disseminate his communications via website.http://creativitymovement.net/ By at least May 2011, he was discussing the possibility of again being designated "PM  pro tempore," stating that if his "right" to lead the Creativity Movement' is acknowledged, I will exercise it fully for as long as it takes as PM of all Creators on this earth until I find someone  worthy to be elected by the College of Electors." By at least January 2012, he was directing people outside the prison to address him as "Pontifex." By means of his correspondence, Plaintiff provided instruction on matters concerning the group, including financial issues, building Creativity "ministries," and the conduct and ordination of Creativity "ministers." He provided instruction to groups affiliated with Creativity. Plaintiff affirmatively reached out to other white nationalist groups, including the National Socialist movement, one of the largest neo-Nazi groups in the United States. He wrote an article for publication on a website maintained by the Aryan Nations, another group known for its anti- Semitism and white nationalism. Members of such groups reached out to him for guidance and to offer their support.

In the BOP's assessment, the risks associated with Plaintiff s correspondence escalated in
January 2013. Plaintiff attempted to send correspondence to the Commander of the National
Socialist Movement, one of the largest neo-Nazi groups in the United States, advising the Commander to employ "mass activism tactics" as the "only way that we can win." This attempt demonstrated Plaintiff s efforts to control not only the Creativity Movement, but to exert a more expansive role in guiding a wider spectrum of white supremacist activity among other groups.

Plaintiff s correspondence to the National Socialist Movement was thus viewed as a difference in kind, not just degree. Viewed in the context of Plaintiff s history, including his influence among
white nationalists outside the prison, the correspondence raised concerns that plaintiff s communications posed increasing risks to the safety and security of the public. The decision was made to place Plaintiff on restricted general correspondence status in January 2013.

As with the July 2010 restrictions, the BOP took into account the security concerns associated with Plaintiff as described in the responses to interrogatories no. 1 and no. 2, above. The BOP evaluated Plaintiff s propensity to act in ways that promoted violence based on race, and the agency considered that nothing in his post-SAMs communications reflected a change of heart or a retreat from the ideology that led to his conviction for solicitation of murder. Rather, his communications reflected an adherence to that ideology and a willingness to transmit his ideas in ways that could endanger others.

The BOP also took into account the fact that inmates are not allowed to run organizations or groups of any kind outside the prison, and that the correspondence to the Commander of the National Socialist Party appeared to be directed toward that end. .See response to interrogatory no. 3, above, which is incorporated herein by reference.


Response to remaining questions in this interrogatory:

It is not the BOP's practice to provide a "warming" to an inmate before implementing correspondence restrictions. The relevant federal regulation does not provide that the BOP must give the inmate a "warming" prior to imposing communication restrictions. Rather, consistent with the regulation, the BOP notifies the inmate that restrictions will be implemented under 28 C.F.R. $ 540.15, which the inmate can then appeal through the BOP's administrative remedy program. The BOP's practice, which was utilized in Plaintiff s case, is to review restricted general correspondence status at six-month intervals. See 28 C.F.R. $ 540.18(d) (providing for review of a communications restriction at least every 180 days).

Request No. 6: Please provide the names and job roles of all those involved in imposing
the two mail bans at issue in this case, including the names of those individuals not employed by the B.O.P. if any such individuals were indeed involved.

RESPONSE: Objection. Defendant objects to the request insofar as the term "mail ban" is a misnomer. Defendant assumes that Plaintiff refers to the two periods of time when Plaintiff was placed on general correspondence restrictions. Second, Defendant objects to the request to the extent it may seek privileged information, including materials containing information protected by the attorney-client, attorney-work-product, deliberative process and or law enforcement privileges. Third, Defendant objects that the term "all those involved" is undefined and therefore vague. Fourth, Defendants objects to the request because it is compound and consists of multiple interrogatories, including interrogatories about two different sets of restrictions. without waiving these objections, Defendant responds as follows:

July 2010 restricted general correspondence: Warden B. Davis, Associate Warden L. Milusnic, Unit Manager P. Rangel, Special lnvestigative Agent D. Krist, Special Investigative Services Technician S. Smith, attorney B. Brieschke (who provided legal advice), and attorney C. Synsvoll (who provided legal advice).
July 2010 restricted general correspondence: Warden D. Berkebile, Associate Warden S.
Kuta, Unit Manager P. Rangel, Special lnvestigative Agent D. Krist, Special Investigative Services Technician H. Redden, attorney B. Brieschke (who provided legal advice), and attorney C. Synsvoll (who provided legal advice).

Defendant is aware of no persons other than those listed above who were "involved" with the placement of Plaintiff on restricted general correspondence.

Interrogatory No. 7: Please state, specifically, what conduct on Reverend Hale's part today and in the future with regards to his participation in his church and religion, would lead to the imposition of another mail ban; please state exactly what is forbidden by you and what is not as far as his conduct on behalf of his church and religion is concerned.
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RESPONSE: Objection. First, Defendant objects to the request insofar as the Creativity Movement has not been recognized by the BOP as a "church" or "religion." Second, Defendant objects to the request to the extent it may seek privileged information, including materials containing information protected by the attorney -client, attorney-work-product, deliberative process and/or law enforcement privileges.

Without waiving these objections, it is impossible for the BOP to state 'exactly' 'what conduct by Plaintiff may warrant the imposition of restricted general correspondence status in the future because the BOP has no way of knowing exactly what Plaintiff may write. Nor can it answer this question without knowing the relevant context in which those future communications may arise. Many concerns may exist that cannot be anticipated at this time. The BOP will conduct an individualized assessment of each piece of Plaintiff s mail. If, in the correctional judgment of the BOP, Plaintiff s communications are found to constitute a security risk, or if they meet any other criteria set forth in 28 C.F.R. $$ 540.14 and 540.15, restrictions may be imposed. In addition, if Plaintiff s correspondence is assessed as showing an effort by him to lead or issue guidance and directives to the Creativity Movement (or any other group) restrictions may be imposed. See the response to interrogatory no. 5, above, which is incorporated herein by reference. If Plaintiff engages in any conduct that violates federal law or BOP policy, restrictions may be imposed.


Interrogatory No. 8: Please explain, specifically, why you disdain Reverend Hale's Creativity religion, why you don't want him to provide written sermons to the public espousing that religion, why you don't want him to be Pontifex Maximus of his church, and why you deem it a "threat "  that he be involved in such away in his church, both in the past and on an ongoing basis, if that is indeed the case.

RESPONSE: Objection. First, Defendant objects to the request insofar as the Creativity Movement has not been recognized by the BOP as a "church" or "religion." Second, Defendant objects to the request to the extent it may seek privileged information, including materials containing information protected by the attorney-client, attorney-work-product, deliberative process and/or law enforcement privileges.

Without waiving these objections, as explained in the responses to interrogatories no. 1 and no. 2, above, which are incorporated herein by reference, the BOP does not recognize the Creativity Movement as a "religion."  the assessment of the BOP, the group is a hostile, racial separatist group that operates under the guise of religion and that warrants designation as an STG. This is not a matter of "disdain," but rather the result of a correctional assessment to determine how to manage a group that claims its race to be its "religion."

A group based solely on that racially divisive premise cannot be accorded religious privileges in a racially diverse prison without compromising the security of the institution. Allowing Plaintiff to function as the leader of this group potentially poses a threat to the safety and security of persons outside the prison as well. No inmate, including Plaintiff  is permitted to run any group outside the prison, let alone a group the BOP has designated as an STG. Defendant refers Plaintiff to its responses to interrogatories no. L, no. 2, and no. 3 above, for a further explanation of each of these points.

Interrogatory No. 9: Please explain why you only provide one kind of food tray for all of the religions that exist within the B.O.P., so-called "common fate," regardless of the tenets of
those religions. Are you aware that a single menu for all of those religions that are known to exist within the B.O.P. is certain to violate the tenets of many religious faiths?

RESPONSE: Objection. First, to the extent this interrogatory presumes to include the
Creativity Movement is its definition of "religion," the BOP has not recognized that group as a "religion." Second, Defendant objects to the request to the extent it may seek privileged information, including materials containing information protected by the attorney-client, attorney-work-product, deliberative process and/or law enforcement privileges.

Without waiving these objections, the "common fare" food tray, known as the "Certified Food Menu" or "Certified Food tray," was adopted to accommodate the largest number of BOP inmates who required a religious diet that could not be met with other existing options. Historically, Jewish and Muslim inmates make up the overwhelming percentage of inmates who request a religious diet. The Certified Food tray, which meets both kosher and halal standards, accommodates the dietary needs of both Jewish and Muslim inmates. Modifying the Certified Food Tray accommodates inmates outside the Abrahamic religions, i.e., mainstream Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. For example, a recent request from an inmate who sought a vegan diet on religious grounds was satisfied by altering the Certified Food tray. The statement in this interrogatory that the Certified Food tray "violates the tenets of many religious faiths within the B.O.P." is inaccurate.

Interrogatory No. 10: Please identify the particular B.O.P. personnel who compiled the following enumerated "intelligence briefings" you produced in discovery: 3763-3764,3786-3787, 4146, 4747-4148, 4213-4214, 4216-4218, and 4220-4222, as well as the individuals who compiled the "intelligence summary" at i0004-10016 and the "threat assessment" atI0I77-10190.

RESPONSE: Objection. Defendant objects to the request to the extent it may seek privileged information, including materials containing information protected by the attorney-client, attorney-work-product, deliberative process and or law enforcement privileges.

Without waiving this objection, Defendant responds as follows:

BOP 3763-3764: H. Redden
BOP 3786-3787: H. Redden

BOP 4146: At this time, the BOP has not been able to identify the person who prepared this
document. The BOP is continuing to search for responsive information and will update this response, as appropriate. BOP 4147-4148: At this time, the BOP has not been able to identify the person who prepared this document. The BOP is continuing to search for responsive information and will update this response, as appropriate.

BOP 4213-4214: S. Smith
BOP 4216-4218: S. Smith
BOP 4220-4222: S. Smith

BOP i0004-10016: The BOP does not maintain records that would allow it to identify the particular BOP personnel who prepared this document, which dates to 1999. However, the document would have been prepared by personnel in the BOP's Intelligence Unit.
BOP 10177-10190: Keith Evans

I, Tony Garrow, do hereby verify pursuant to 28 U.S.C . 5 1746, Federal Rule of Civil
Procedure 33, and under penalties of perjury, that the foregoing responses to interrogatories, insofar as they concern information about the security risks posed by inmate Hale and the group
known as the Creativity Movement, are true and correct to the best of my information, knowledge, and belief, based upon information provided to me in my official capacity.
Executed this 15th day of July,2016.

s/ Tony Garcow
Tony Garrow
Chief Sacramento Intelligence Unit Federal Bureau of Prisons

I, Chaplain Michael Castle, do hereby verify pursuant to 28 U.S.C. I 1746, Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 33, and under penalties of perjury, that the foregoing responses to interrogatories, insofar as they concern information related to religious practices, policies, and accommodations in the Federal Bureau of Prisons, are true and correct to the best of my information, knowledge, and belief, based upon information provided to me in my official capacity.

Executed this 18th day of July ,2016.
s/ Michael Castle Michael Castle
Regional Chaplain
North Central Region
Federal Bureau of Prisons


I, Christopher Synsvoll, do hereby verify pursuant to 28 U.S.C . I 1746, Federal Rule of
Civil Procedure 33, and under penalties of perjury, that the foregoing responses to interrogatories, insofar as they concern factual information about inmate Hale's past placement on restricted general correspondence status, are true and correct to the best of my information, knowledge, and belief, based upon information provided to me in my official capacity.
Executed this 18th day of July,20T6.

s/ Christopher Svnsvoll
Christopher Synsvoll
Supervisory Attorney
Consolidated Legal Center
ADX

DATED July 18,2016.

As to legal objections:
JOHN F. WALSH
United States Attorney s/ Susan Prose
Assistant United States Attorney
1225 Seventeenth Street, Suite 700
Denver, Colorado 80202
Telephone: (303) 454-01 00
Facsimile: (303) 454-0407
E-mail : susan.pros e@usdoj . gov Counsel for Defendant


CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I hereby certify that on July 1 8,2016,I delivered the foregoing document to BOP personnel for hand delivery to:

Matthew Hale
Reg. No. 15177-424


s/ Susan Prose
Susan Prose









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Friday, 22 July 2016

Rev Matt Hale..(Appeal Case) Retrial Denied

Dear Brothers and Sisters, Friends and Supporters!

I regret to say that, once again, we have been denied justice by an "American" court of law; I just found out from my mother via email that my case for freedom before the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals has been denied.

What is remarkable about the decision is that the "court" did not see fit to even provide a reason for its decision, which is nearly unheard of in a case of this nature.  Rather, as the paid whores that they are of the Jewish Occupational Government, it was enough for them as far as they were concerned simply to issue a single sentence saying that the judgment of the lower court is affirmed. They did that, of course, because they cannot justify that decision on the facts or on the law.

There are some who would take issue with me calling judges "whores of the Jewish Occupational Government" but what else are they?  Again and again we have proven over the years that the facts and the law require at a minimum that I be allowed a hearing whereby I can prove my claims that I am being held in prison in violation of the Constitution of the United States but the simple fact of the matter is that the Constitution has been overthrown in this country, just as I say in The Racial Loyalist Manifesto. 



THE RACIAL LOYALIST MANIFESTO..By Matthew Hale...AMAZON

It is important to understand that this is no longer the country of our forefathers; rather, this is a country that is totally under the thumb of the Jews, whether directly through their rule or indirectly through the Jewish mentality that has been foisted upon it.  I cannot respect a decision that provides no lawful or factual basis for its issuance, but instead just says that "the lower court's judgment is affirmed."  I and we deserved a hell of a lot better than that.  If the "court" wasn't interested in dispensing justice, why did it bother ordering oral argument and appoint counsel in my case?  It would seem that the fix was in, for otherwise it would have provided some kind of rationale for its decision.  
 
Anyway, that is the story.  Needless to say, we are going to be filing a petition for review by the Supreme Court, for what it is worth. Furthermore, it is possible and indeed likely that I will be filing another case now that I am in a different circuit than the Tenth; since I am now in the Seventh Circuit with my move to Terre Haute, the Tenth Circuit's "judgment" is not binding on the courts here.  So, all is not lost, nor will we ever BE lost.  I am reminded by what the great World War II German Stuka pilot Hans Ulrich Rudel had to say, "Only he is lost who gives himself up for lost!"  I have lived with that adage in my heart and mind since I read his great book, Stuka Pilot, when I was 13 years old.

I am an innocent man and no smears upon my person or truncated judgments by rigged courts will ever change that fact.  I have never "solicited" harm in my life to anybody or anything.  My church and Creativity religion stand for the best of men and actions and things have never been otherwise.
I can only implore each one of you to take up the slack of my wrongful imprisonment and win over others to the love that we Racial Loyalists/Creators already have for our White people.  I am only one man and my pain will assuredly be gone one day.  Our race though, must live ever afterwards.


Yours Truly For the Salvation of our People,
Rev. Matt Hale
July 43AC (2016)
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Monday, 18 July 2016

Custer's Last Stand..By Ben Klassen


 
 
 
Confrontation — Sooner The Better

The White Race is being pushed into its last stand. Whether it will end in a feeble whimper or a heroic confrontation remains to be seen. General Phillip H. Sheridan is credited with the observation that "the only good Indian is a dead Indian." In July of 1874 he sent Lt. Col. George A. Custer on a special mission to wage war against the Plains Indians who had been raising havoc with the White settlers moving West. Gold had been discovered in the Black Hills of South Dakota and northeastern Wyoming. Emigration to the West was on the increase as the railroad spanned the continent from the Atlantic to the Pacific in 1869. Railroad surveyors were trespassing on lands the Indians considered theirs.

The number of battles between the U.S. Calvary and the western Indian tribes had been sporadic but accelerating ever since the Civil War. As the White Man pressed westward the conflict gained momentum, and the friction and hatred between the Red Man and the White Man increased. One of the most hated by the Indian tribes was the colorful and dashing Col. George A. Custer himself, whom they called Yellow Hair. They did not forget his no-holds barred attack on Chief Black Kettle's village on the Washita River Nov. 27, 1868. In this charge through the Cheyenne's camp, Custer's men killed 103 Indians, including Chief Black Kettle himself.


The culmination of this sporadic, but unfocused warfare came to a climax on June 25, 1876, at the Battle of the little Big Horn in Montana. In this encounter a conglomerate of approximately 5000 Indians, mostly Sioux and Cheyenne, led Custer's contingent of cavalry in to a trap. As at Thermopylae in 480 B.C.E., and at the Alamo in 1836, the White Man made a gallant stand and fought to the last man. All 225 cavalrymen, including Custer himself, were massacred.

The news of the massacre hit the nation's capitol like a thunderclap when it was publicly announced on July 4, 1876, as the nation was celebrating its first Centennial. It led to the galvanization of public opinion and the White Man's determination to settle the "Indian question" once and for all. The U.S. Army went about it in earnest and the back of the Indian resistance was broken at Wounded Knee on Dec. 29, 1890.

In this short-lived skirmish, in which the 7th Cavalry again participated, the White Man lost one officer, six non-commissioned officers, and 18 privates. It is not known how many Indians were killed, since many escaped and died elsewhere, but 146 Indians were interred in a huge trench on the battlefield by the burial detail.

So ended ignominiously the resistance of the Indians in a botched-up battle that was of little credit to either side. It ended in a whimper for the Indians, and their mixed, mongrelized and debauched descendants, and they have been whimpering ever since. There are some hard and eternal lessons the White race could and should learn from its centuries-old experience with the Indians on the American Continent:

1. The first and foremost lesson is that the White Man, when overwhelmed by superior numbers of mud races, can be massacred and wiped out, even though at the last minute he chooses to fight, even though he fights heroically. This happened at the Alamo, it happened in San Domingo (See Creative Credo No. 30, "The Grisly Lesson of San Domingo," in the White Man's Bible). It has happened time and again in the history of the White Race.

2. The race issue is the foremost and most overwhelming issue in history. It has been with us since the dawn of civilization and will remain with the White Race until it resolutely decides to resolve it in its own favor, ac advocated by the Church Of The Creator; or, for lack of resolution or determination it will be solved by its enemies with the total destruction of the White Race on a worldwide scale. Such a program of genocide is now in high gear, and if not reversed promptly the White Race will be finished within the next generation. The polyglot United Nations gleefully predicts that in another generation the White Race will be outnumbered in a ratio of 49 to 1.

3. A weak, wavering and pusillanimous attitude by the White Race toward the racial issue will not solve the problem, nor will it appease our enemies. No amount of concessions on our part will mitigate the hatred of the Jews and the mud races towards us. They will not now, or ever, agree to live and let live as far as the White race is concerned. Their hatred is eternal until the White Race is wiped out, at which time the races will again turn on each other, as did the Indians before the arrival of the White Man.

4. In this ongoing battle of the races are three possible outcomes as far as the White Race is concerned.
 
(a) The White Race will be browned, mongrelized without a confrontation, without offering a fight, thereby losing its divine seed and becoming extinct. This is the lingering death, the most horrible, the most shameful, the most ignominious of all possible ends. We of the Church Of The Creator denounce and deplore such a course as the worst of all non-decisions and would much sooner face a confrontation and fight to the last man if necessary, as did the valiant men of the Alamo, as did Custer's gallant 7th Calvary.

(b) The White Race will be sitting idly by while the mud races expand in a population explosion as never before witnessed in history. The mud races will then turn on the reduced numbers of the White Race and massacre them at the propitious moment, such timing organized and orchestrated by the sinister Jewish powerhouse. This is what happened in San Domingo, in the Belgian Congo, in Angola, in Rhodesia, and is rapidly coming to a climax in South Africa. It also happened in formerly French Indo-China, and a number of other areas of the world that the White Man controlled as late as a decade after W.W.II, but these lessons have never been publicized or brought home to the White Race.

(c) The third and only alternative that we of the Church Of The Creator consider as even worthy of entertaining is unabashed, total victory for the White Race. In this matter I want to quote two famous generals of this century. General MacArthur said it all when he observed "There is no substitute for victory." We agree whole heartedly. We Creators have taken this position from the beginning and have no reservations about it
whatsoever. We want total victory for the White Race until we inhabit all the good lands of this planet Earth — exclusively. There is no compromising, no appeasing, no peaceful living side by side with the mud races, the Jews and all the parasites. We do not make this choice
arbitrarily.

History and Nature have made this choice for us and demonstrated clearly that there is only one other choice — only death. Speaking of dying, I now want to quote another general as colorful and dashing as was Gen. Custer. General George A. Patton said "Instead of dying for your country, make sure the enemy dies for his country."

The point is that instead of making a desperate, unplanned and unprepared last-ditch stand and being wiped out (as was Custer's valiant band) let us do it differently. Let us realistically confront the situation and prepare and act accordingly. We are not helpless, at least not yet in 1985. The situation is there for every one to see. It is clear as day. All you have to do is look. When I wrote NATURE'S ETERNAL RELIGION in 1971 I predicted (among other items) the demise of two White dominated South African countries, namely Rhodesia, and the Republic of South Africa, because of their tolerant but rather stupid racial policies, (but no more so than the U.S.). Rhodesia has now been fully niggerized and the White Man massacred and/or driven out, as South Africa soon will be.

I remember attending a lecture at the sumptuous home of the late Countess Guardabassa in Palm Beach, Florida in the early 70's. The speaker was the late Carol Dunn of LIBERTY LOBBY. I remember her ebullient report on how wonderful things were in Rhodesia, what a
beautiful clean city was Salisbury, one of the finest little cities in the world. All these bad reports of the world press about Rhodesia mistreating the blacks were all wrong. Why Rhodesia was doing everything possible for the blacks, giving them work, giving them homes, trying to educate them, and as some (mulattoes, no doubt) got a scintilla of education, they were taught to partake in, and given, an ever increasing role in the
government itself. To hear her gush and bubble with optimism, Rhodesia was a nigger's paradise, and it probably was, or is as close as the niggers can ever realistically wish for.

Anyway, she, too, thought it was great and the world at large was all wrong in heaping condemnation on Rhodesia's alleged mistreatment of the blacks. In an area that was built by the White Man and that a century ago had very few aborigines, the niggers at that time (1970) already outnumbered the Whites 16 to 1.

A friend of mine and I privately discussed her speech later. We came to the (then) astounding conclusion that Rhodesia was actually "farming niggers", in short feeding and breeding them at a rate that would soon consume the country. And that is just what happened. Even at that time (1970) I suspected that lan Smith, the then darling of the Kosher Konservatives, was a race traitor and selling the Whites down the river. History proved I was right.
 

We now come to Rhodesia only a decade later and what do we find? Rhodesia is no more. The land is still there but the White Man is no longer in control, nor in existence, except for a few toadies that hold the ruins together, such as they are. The "country" is now called Zimbabwe and the once clean, beautiful city of Salisbury is called Harare. Two rival gangs of black savages are now fighting each other for control of the corpse. There is an article in the January 13, (85) Atlanta Constitution telling about the peculiar political workings of black "democracy" in that now nigger dominated country. It seems that opposition leader Joshua Nkomo came into town for a campaign stop in Harare and supporters of Prime Minister Robert Mugabe fired nine bullets into his bullet proof car and hurled an avalanche of rocks to properly top it off in true niggerly fashion. This is black "uhuru'' (freedom) at its best and even that shabby structure will survive only as long as the White taxpayers of the United States can be kept snookered into subsidizing these useless savages to the tune of hundreds of millions.

The Republic of South Africa is larger and more formidable than was little Rhodesia, but it is going down the same track to black oblivion as did Rhodesia a few years earlier. We have the same techniques being utilized by the Jewish powerhouse, the same slogans, the same
accusations and the same line of traitors undermining the structure from the inside.

The finances, the news media and the government of South Africa are in the hands of the Jewish Oppenheimer family and their racial cohorts who own the vast DeBeers gold and diamond mines, and just about everything else in South Africa. Manipulating him on a string, the Jews have placed their own puppet at the head of the South African government. The treachery of Prime Minister P.W. Botha is matched (or perhaps exceeded) by that lowest of all human cretins - the race traitor from our own country who is now "visiting" that nigger-plagued country and agitating the stupid and brutish animals. His name happens to be Senator Edward Kennedy, who is following in the footsteps of his late brother Robert who was in South Africa on a similar "Hate Whitey" mission nineteen years earlier.

Lately I listened to "CROSSFIRE", a nightly program where a celebrity or public figure is interviewed by Tom Braden "on the Left" and Pat Buchanan "on the Right", supposedly representing two diametrically opposed views. They play a good game on the average boob-tube yokel who is easily convinced that he is genuinely hearing both sides from diametrically opposed viewpoints.

This particular night they had the South African Ambassador to the U. S. on the hot seat, with Pat Buchanan supposedly defending the Ambassador, and the Ambassador supposedly defending apartheid and the Republic Of South Africa's position. To an experienced observer it seemed exceedingly strange how the two defenders consistently failed to review the grisly fate that befell the White citizens of the Belgian Congo, of Angola, or Rhodesia, when the black savages took over. At best they quibbled over the academic issue of "rights" and other demagogic trappery but never considered the fate or the interests of the White people. Tom Braden "on the left", however, kept admonishing repeatedly the impending horrors of race war (horrible! horrible! horrible!) unless the niggers got it all, and such race war was to be avoided at all costs, even though the Whites who built the country went down the drain, even though civilization reverted back to the barbarism of the savage.

Which brings me to a vital point in this dissertation. Why is it that when the consequences of a confrontation between Whites and Whites (such as World War II) may be a worldwide war of horrendous dimensions, there is no hesitation whatsoever about promoting it? In fact, they can't get such wars going fast enough. However, when a race war might be engendered, a war that would be short and strictly limited, with the White Race coming out as an easy winner, then oh, my god, perish the thought! Such horrors are unthinkable! When 350,000 of the best White people were incinerated in a matter of a few days by "Allied" bombing raids over Dresden, Germany, during 1945, the blubbering, bleeding hearts were not particularly upset. But when so much as one deserving nigger gets killed, all hell breaks loose.


Why is that, you might ask? The answer is plain. A worldwide war between Whites such as in W.W.II kills millions of Whites. There is nothing more efficient than Whites killing Whites. Nothing could make the Jews happier. A race war in the U.S.A., or in South Africa however, would kill only a few Whites, but it would totally wipe out the niggers, and the race problem would be solved. This, of course, the Jews don't want. The Jews are looking forward to a race war alright, but they are nursing and delaying the situation until inch time as they have totally softened up the White Man's will to fight and reduced their numbers to where (like Custer) they would be wiped out even if they did have the will to fight.

Each day that goes by the balance is shifting more to the benefit of the mud races, as their numbers increase, as the White Race shrinks, and as the White Race becomes pathologically more and more drugged into the stupor of a Zombie. Hence the delay. But the race war is coming whether we like it or not, and it will come as soon as the mud races and the Jews are ready — and it will be bloody.

The White Race has never really had a firm, consistent policy regarding its position towards the Jews and the mud races, except for the brief period during Hitler's regime in Germany. Even in Mussolini's Fascist Italy, race was not really the issue, but rather the issue focused on the relationship between the state and the individual. The policy of the United States government towards the Indians, even during and before the nineteenth century, was one of vacillation and indecision, becoming softer and more pro-Indian as time went on until today one Indian is worth twenty White Men in the eyes of the Jewish occupational government.

On this issue, as always, Jewish Christianity was constantly invoked about how we MUST love our human fellow men, how we are all God's children and how we are all equal (oh, so goddamned equal!) in the eyes of the Lord. Strangely, when the Christians were fighting each other in the Thirty Years War and all the other religious wars, no such pangs of conscience were invoked, not in the Civil War, nor in W.W.I or in W.W.II, when the White Man was slaughtering White Men by the millions.

Do you get the picture?

It is high time we come to our senses, protect our own, get the parasites off our back and crowd the mud races into oblivion. We Creators are not advocating a policy of going out and slaughtering anybody, not even Jews or niggers. What we are saying is: let us stop subsidizing these lethal parasites and they will soon wither on the vine of their own accord. Let us polarize around our own racial religion and let the mud races fend for themselves, if they can. Only when they (the Jews and the mud races) stop us from exercising our constitutional and our natural rights and wage an attack against us, then, and only then, will we spring to our own defenses and heap retribution and warfare against our enemies.

(Read again Creative Credo No. 64 in the WHITE MAN'S BIBLE entitled "Law and order vs. Violence, Terrorism and Self-preservation", esp. Article No. 8 regarding our official position).

CREATIVITY has it all, says it all
Help build a Whiter and Brighter World. Become a militant Creator.

If the White Race is ever to revert back to sanity, Christianity will HAVE TO GO. To again regain its sanity, it will first have to dump Christianity. For the White Race Creativity is the Great Quantum Leap Forward from out of the present Jewish quagmire. It is equivalent to what the Renaissance was to the Dark Ages.


Ben Klassen
Founder Church of the Creator




 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 















               Article taken from Racial Loyalty #21
                            February 12AC (1985)
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Sunday, 10 July 2016

Rev Logsdon Hosts Black and Silver Solution Radio #7

Listen in as Rev Logsdon Hosts Black and Silver Solution Radio #7 on July 7th 2016. On this show Rev Logsdon shares some of his thoughts on Satanism, Christianity, Rev Hale, Rudy Stanko, EC/CPM, Accountability, Uniformity, The Sacramento Stabbings, Sons of Odin.....AND MORE!  



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Rev Matt Hale..Ending White Slavery / The Racial Loyalist Manifesto

Dear Brothers and Sisters, Friends and Supporters!

I just share some thoughts with you today to give you a better understanding of who I am and how I think. All my life I have felt that I have the capacity to change the world and I live by that sentiment on a daily basis.  When I was in kindergarten, I remember my teacher complaining to my mother, for example, that I absolutely insisted in printing my name in all capital letters.  Well, that was because I felt instinctively that my name DESERVED to be in all capital letters!

I am also keenly aware of my own limited time on this earth and try to maximize that time for the benefit of that which will live after me:  our great White Race.  As such, I try hard not to live "in" time.  Rather, I live OUTSIDE of time.  In other words, I do not live for today or even for tomorrow.  Rather, I live so that I can accomplish things for our people, things whose benefit will actually be felt much more keenly when I will have breathed no more.  As such, there have been times when I even forget that I am in prison; that is because all of my thoughts are concentrated on my being a man who does NOT live for the moment unlike the vast majority of humanity.  Rather, it is my task to do and to create things that will enable me and my works to live forever.  That is what matters to me, not chewing the cud of a mediocre social order that only lives for the moment and cares not a damn about the future.  It is my WORKS that matter, not my happiness; it is GREATNESS that matters, not this transitory life itself.


Two of those works are Ending White Slavery and The Racial Loyalist Manifesto.  I demanded absolute perfection from those works because I am resolved that anything I permanently create must be perfect and stand out from the herd of mediocrities who likewise (unfortunately) put pen to paper.  All my life I have actually abhored "fitting in" with other people and what the average person cares about today, I have tried hard all my life NOT to care about.  Anyway, such is who I am.  Though my parents disliked one another and eventually divorced when I was eight years old, they shared one trait at least in common:  they both thought that they were better than everybody else and generally with good reason!  Needless to say, I inherited that attribute.  Thus, the way I see it, if people think of me as just another pro-White leader, I have failed.  If they think my books are just two more pro-White books to be added among the many that already exist, I've failed.  If they keep my books in a mere "list" of things they also plan on reading, I've failed.  If people do not promote my books to others, I've failed.  If people do not think that my books stand above other books, I've failed.  As such, I place higher demands upon myself than most people.  The last thing I would want to do is write for money or even for pleasure.  Rather, I write for GREATNESS AND TO CHANGE THE WORLD, quite simply.  All of my work for our cause demands excellence and no one demands that excellence more than myself.

So, if you agree that Ending White Slavery and The Racial Loyalist Manifesto are indeed excellent, I ask that you put it into the hands of your family, your friends, and your neighbors without any further ado.  Order as many copies from......
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THE RACIAL LOYALIST MANIFESTO.. By Matthew Male...AMAZON  today and likewise support my family in our struggle.  Donate the books to libraries, used bookstores, and everywhere else that books exist.  On the other hand, if you think that Ending White Slavery and The Racial Loyalist Manifesto are NOT excellent, please do not promote them in any way.  I believe, however, that those in favor of their excellence will rule the day. With that I close for now.  I have a third book to write, thus doing what I can for our people under my present circumstances.

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