12 October 2005

Halliburton Executive Is A Neo-Nazi

No shit.

Largest neo-Nazi group in the western United States has a Halliburton executive as its leader.

The so-called "Western States Regional Coordinator" for the violent, neo-Nazi group the National Alliance, is an executive in the Houston-based Halliburton corporation. Roger Williams used to run the National Alliance Houston office but the senior Market Analyst for Halliburton transfered to Denver a couple years ago. He and about a dozen skinheads set up shop here in Colorado and created a "unit" for the National Alliance in 2002.

Williams and his crew have put on "White Power" concerts in Denver and are responsible for putting out racist flyers in Eagle after the Kobe Bryant arrest.

We always wondered why the feds never really bothered to investigate this heavily armed hate group here in Denver. Now we know. As it turns out, the Denver leader is an executive for one of the Bush administrations' biggest donors.


When the opposition acts like Nazis, life is bad. When they proudly admit to being Nazis, life is really bad.

Hat tip to Vestal Vespa posting over at SoapBlox.

8 comments:

Sotosoroto said...

But didn't the National Alliance crew join Cindy Sheehan's Crawford vigil? Or am I thinking of some other neo-nazi group?

Dex said...
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Andrew Oh-Willeke said...

Sorry, those guys come from your side of the fence. Now, vegans and Buddhists and pacifists, we have them in abundance on the other hand.

Dex said...

nice try at the non sequitor, sotosoroto. i assume you have some ready-made rationalizations in your toolkit to explain this away. in the meantime, you get the gasface!

Kyle said...

Holy cow.

Sotosoroto said...

My rationalization for neo-nazis' actions? They do anything and everything they can to hurt blacks, jews, and whoever else they hate.

Andrew Oh-Willeke said...

If you feel a need to rationalize neo-nazi's action, you are already on the wrong track.

Sotosoroto said...

Hey, he asked. And I never said their rationalization made sense to me. I was just putting myself in their hate-filled shoes for a moment.