Now Allen finds himself in a quandary. While he atones for his racist gaffe in order to succeed in the 2008 Republican primaries, he cannot afford to alienate the neo-Confederate movement that helped propelled his career during the 1990s. As Allen begs forgiveness for his "mistake," his spokesman avoids criticizing groups like the SCV and CCC. "The neo-Confederates could break a Republican candidate, especially in South Carolina, where they're extremely organized," Sebesta observes.Update: Steve Gilliard finds some choice quotes from Allen's friends. I've *'ed the offensive words.
"Each of the three major races plays a distinct role in history. . . . The whites were the creators of civilization, the yellows its sustainers and copyists, the blacks its destroyers." (www.cofcc.org, 12/98)
"Being the shallow, n*gger-loving dilettante that you are, you probably DO consider n*ggers to be your equal (who am I to question this?): Yet, unlike you and your allies, I have an I.Q. in excess of 130, which grants me the ability to objectively evaluate the Great American Nigro (Africanus Criminalis.)
Some day, You sanctimonious n*gger-lovers will either have to live amongst them ("nothing cures an enthusiasm for integration like a good dose of n*ggers") or else defend yourselves against them. My guess is that you are such a cowardly and pusillanimous lot of girly-boys, they will kill f*ck, kill and eat you just as they do young White males in every prison system in the U.S. " - Earl P Holt III, email to Archpundit.
Earl and Gordon Baum of the Council of Conservative Citizens host the Right at Night--a veritable hate fest.