Common Ground With Extremists
Some white supremacist movements have provided a degree of aid and comfort to
the NOA by endorsing its material and publishing statements seemingly
sympathetic to its positions. Several white supremacist Web sites include links
to the NOA.
White Aryan Resistance (WAR), led by white supremacist Tom Metzger, posted
articles by the NOA on its e-mail list service. The anti-Semitic and racist hate
group World Church of the Creator has showcased NOA anti-Jewish articles on
Chandra Levy and the Mossad on its e-mail list. The neo-Nazi National Alliance
says that the NOA "publish a lot of truth about our common E.
[enemy]." Another National Alliance message says, "Everyone should
check out this site. There are several articles which speak truthfully about the
Jews. Yes, Aztlan would kill or deport all Europeans, but they would kill or
deport all Jews, too." The white supremacist site vanguardnewsnetwork and
the Nation of Islam Student Association feature links to the NOA Web site.
Meanwhile, anti-immigration groups such as American Patrol have pilloried the
NOA with equally charged rhetoric, claiming the group is part of a Hispanic plot
to "invade" or "conquer" the Southwestern U.S.