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Hate on the World Wide Web: A Brief Guide to Cyberspace Bigotry RULE World Church of the Creator (WCOTC)

Posted: March 1, 2000


Introduction
Neo-Nazis
Ku Klux Klan
'Christian' Identity
World Church of the Creator (WCOTC)
White Supremacists
Holocaust Denial
What Can Be Done?

Sharing Identity Christianity's view that non-whites are subhuman "mud people," the World Church of the Creator (WCOTC) attacks Christianity, Judaism, Blacks and immigrants with equal vehemence. The group's main Web site blames the Jews for the trade in Black slaves and accuses them of manipulating the government while declaring Blacks physiologically inferior and inherently criminal. WCOTC also presents a number of other attractive, well-designed sites, many of which are adorned by vicious drawings of the group's supporters brutalizing Jews and Blacks. The World Church of the Creator Kids Web site utilizes enticing graphics to lure young Web users and offers simplified versions of WCOTC documents, making them easier for children to understand. The site pictures an idealized portrait of a white family next to the phrase, "the purpose of making this page is to help the younger members of the White Race understand our fight." The WCOTC Women's Frontier Web site caters to bigoted women, declaring that the "White female voice must be heard" if the Church is to "truly accomplish its goal of taking back White territory worldwide."





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