Creators should not alienate themselves from their fellow Racial Loyalists. I myself used to regularly bring together hundreds of Racial Loyalists when I gave my speeches all over the country. I invited National Socialists, The Aryan Nations, The Ku Klux Klan, The National Alliance, and indeed all who believed in Racial Loyalty. In Wellingford, Connecticut and York, Pennsylvania, Creators and non-Creators literally fought shoulder to shoulder against the assaults of the "Anarchists" and other riffraff. I'm proud of those days. That doesn't mean we should ever compromise our faith. Nor does it mean we should ever pretend to be things we are not. What it does mean is that we should have enough confidence in the uniqueness of Creativity that we do not fear mingling with those who do not (presently) embrace it and come together for rallies, speeches, et cetera.
When you think about it, what is Creativity at its root? Racial Loyalty! Therefore, when other people practice Racial Loyalty, they are in a sense already practicing Creativity. We just have to show them what they are missing! Let me say further that true Racial Loyalists should never, ever bash other True Racial Loyalists in public and Creators, especially, should never, ever bash fellow Creators. Doing so is foolish, idiotic, and counterproductive and only makes our foes smile. I and we, must therefore oppose all such infighting. No matter what differences we may have, we have a hell of a lot more in common and how are we going to climb the mountain to victory if we keep shootings ourselves in the foot?
Rev Matt Hale April 38AC (2011)