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Encyclopedia > Racial Holy War Movement

Racial Holy War (RAHOWA) is the belief that white people should unite and undertake a holy war against Jews and non-whites. The concept was first put forward by Ben Klassen, founder of the World Church of the Creator. Since the group's inception, the term "racial holy war" has gained some popularity within racist terminology, but has not seen wide use outside white supremacist groups.


There was also RAHOWA, a band produced by Resistance Records, a white power record label which was primarily used as a recruiting mechanism for Matt Hale's incarnation of the WCOTC. George Eric Hawthorne Burdi was the founder of the band which was located in Ontario, Canada. The band eventually split up after Burdi was arrested for charges of tax fraud and hate speech which is illegal in Canada. He spent two years in prison and then left the racist movement later marrying an East Indian and formed the band Novacosm.


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Racial Holy War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (210 words)
RAcial HOly WAr (RAHOWA) is the belief that white people should unite and undertake a holy war against Jews and non-whites.
Since the group's inception, the term "racial holy war" has gained some popularity within racist terminology, but has not seen wide use outside white supremacist groups.
He spent 4 months in prison and then left the racist movement, later marrying an East Indian woman and formed a band called Novacosm.
Rastafari movement - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (6636 words)
As important and connected with the movement as the wearing of dreadlocks is, it is not deemed necessary for, or equivalent to, true faith.
The Holy Piby written by Robert Athlyi Rogers from Anguilla in 1928, is acclaimed by many Rastafarians as a primary source.
By the 1950s, Rastafari's message of racial pride and unity had unnerved the ruling class of Jamaica, and confrontations between the poor fl Rastas and middle-class police were common.
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