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What people believe: The Creativity Movement


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The Creativity Movement isn’t as well-known as Scientology, nor is it as bizarre as Nuwaubianism. Despite its soft-sounding name, Creativity is an extremely disturbing ‘religion’ which preaches the advancement of the ‘White Race’ to prevent the Earth being “overrun and inundated by a flood-tide of coloured mongrels”.

The neo-Nazi organisation was founded in 1973 by Ben Klassen, who wrote a series of books on the supremacy of the white race and its natural enemies: foremost the Jews, closely followed by the “mud races”, which embody all non-whites.

After Klassen’s suicide in 1993, the organisation was led by Matthew F. Hale, who was expelled as a student from Bradley University after he invited the Ku Klux Klan onto campus. Hale is described as having a “gross deficiency in moral character” and was sentenced to a forty year jail term in 2005 for ordering the murder of a judge.

The group states its core belief is “the survival, expansion and advancement of the White Race” and has openly admitted it is racist, albeit in a “positive” sense. Hale is a keen fan of Mein Kampf, although he sees nationalism as a barrier to the unification of the world’s white people, who must take control of government to expel the inferior races to a country of their own (“perhaps the island of Madagascar”, Creativity helpfully suggests).

Its ‘16 Commandments of Creativity’ also include the “sacred goal” of populating the land exclusively with white people, and destroying all Jewish influence from society because “inferior coloured races are our deadly enemies”.

Creativity admit their plans for a “racial holy war” share similarities with Adolf Hitler’s and they seek to destroy not only non-white government but all elements of non-white culture, including rap music which is seen as “gruesome”.

The Creativity Movement is a dangerous cult masquerading as a religion of ‘love’. It serves as a pertinent reminder that the utterly immoral beliefs of neo-Nazism still survive today.

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