Alex Curtis: 'Lone Wolf' of Hate Prowls the Internet
About Alex Curtis
Posted: January 1, 2000
Alex Curtis has quickly become one of the most radical and influential voices on the racist right. The San Diego-based Curtis hopes that a violent revolution will topple the United States government, which he considers "a Jew-occupied government," and replace it with a "race-centered" government, with citizenship and residency restricted to "those of pure White ancestry."
He considers integration and intermarriage the components of a Jewish plot to commit "genocide" against the "white race."
"Violence is going to happen,"
- Alex Curtis
Curtis envisions a two-tiered revolutionary hate movement. The first tier is "above ground" and meant to spread "divisive or subversive" propaganda that will "guide the underground." In the "second tier" are "lone wolves," racist "combatants" acting alone or in small groups of three or four, who will "chip away" at the government's infrastructure "by daily, anonymous acts."
"Violence is going to happen," Curtis contends, "because the governement that occupies our people and nation is ruthlessly and violently murdering our race."
Curtis sees himself as a propagandist sowing the seeds of a racist revolution, and he predicts that "lone wolves" will reap the harvest.
He advocates the use of any and all means, including bombs and biological weapons, in this struggle. "Some well-placed Aryans will one day cause some serious wreckage," Curtis writes."A thousand [Timothy] McVeighs...would end any semblance of stability in this racially-corrupt society."
Lone Wolves: racist 'combatants' who will 'chip away' at the government's infrastructure 'by daily, anonymous acts.'
Alex Curtis employs the Internet, his Nationalist Observer magazine, and his telephone hotlines in an attempt to make his destructive fantasies a reality. Through his "privately-controlled media," he claims to "reach 100s - 1000s of the most radical racists in the world each week." These extremists can view his Web site, sign up for his E-mail mailing list, or call his phone lines without him knowing who they are. Then, they may choose to act on his fiery rhetoric.