National Alliance responds to Sullivan's column

Regarding Adam Sullivan’s Jan. 16 column “Iowa racists expose true intentions”:

The National Alliance, Inc. (NA) and our “Love Your Race” fliers are the subjects of Sullivan’s column and not represented sympathetically. There’s no “white power” message in our flier. We do not appreciate being called “haters” or being associated with some “hate movement” just because Sullivan’s source, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), makes those malicious claims about us and worse. The SPLC hate watchdogs have for years openly declared their intentions to destroy the National Alliance, the organization that Sullivan is informed by them had “only 100 members in 2007” — 11 years ago.

Sullivan’s closing opinion in his column conforms with the SPLC’s: “It is our responsibility to defeat it [racism].”

Thanks to The Gazette’s granting to me the time-honored journalistic right of reply to defend public criticism of the National Alliance and our Love Your Race campaign in the same venue where it was published. I’m not inclined to be defensive of our organization’s sound, firm position on the importance of racial loyalty. Sullivan informed me that Gazette readers have the wherewithal for Google searching, so the best way to present the Alliance’s counterposition is to link to this week’s American Dissident Voices broadcast, here:

William White Williams


National Alliance

Laurel Bloomery, Tenn.


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