Racial Holy War

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RAcial HOly WAr (RAHOWA) is a Creativity (religion) concept.

Creativity holds that spreading the faith is a religious duty of all adherents and is a highly proselytizing movement. Their established goal is to place 10 million copies of the two books Nature's Eternal Religion and the White Man's Bible in the hands of White people as part of "gird[ing] up for total war against the Jews and the rest of the goddamned mud races - politically, militantly, financially, morally and religiously" which they "regard... as the heart of our religious creed" stating that "Rahowa! [racial holy war] is inevitable... the Ultimate and Only Solution" and that due to a population explosion in the Third World, with a simultaneous population decline in Europe and in white countries with mass migration of non-whites into white countries with forced racial integration leading to miscegenation, "no longer can the mud races and the White Race live on the same planet and survive... This Planet is All Ours!".[1] The organization places a heavy emphasis on member activism and professes non-violence although has had members and supporters who engaged in illegal activities and were then expelled from the church. The Creator Membership Manual states: "any member of the Church who either commits crimes (other than unconstitutional violations of our right to freedom of speech, assembly, etc.) or encourages others to do so, will be subject to expulsion from the Church."[2] Creators view Rahowa as a religious war of racial self-defense within the framework of law, and not as a call for violence but rather building up of the Creativity movement.[3][4] Hence, a Creator's primary mission is to convert other whites to Creativity and to practice racial loyalty.[5] One key slogan used by Creators is White People Awake! Save the White Race!. The Creativity organization, as formulated by Ben Klassen was self-proclaimed as structured for the "survival, expansion and advancement of the White Race".

See also


  1. (2009) Hate Crimes. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger Publishers, The Victims of Hate Crime 37, Hate Crime Offenders 31. ISBN 978-0-275-99569-0. 
  2. http://www.religioustolerance.org/wcotc2.htm
  3. https://theendofzion.com/2015/01/07/from-deep-within-zogs-dungeon-an-exclusive-interview-with-rev-matt-hale/
  4. https://littlewhitebooktcm.wordpress.com/2011/01/21/little-white-book-19-the-program-to-overcome-the-tyranny-and-violence-against-the-white-race/
  5. Robinson, B. A.. The Creativity Movement: Church Practices. ReligiousTolerance.org. Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance. Retrieved on March 19, 2012.
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