Subject: LL:Global Web builders follow KKK leader

Background: The unconfirmed, unknown leanings of Louis Beam referred to below are of no interest to me. The article by Beam on multiculturalism is very relevant to the issues facing Australia.

Further, "The Australian National News of the Day" has nothing to do with Hanson or One Nation.

Date: Tue, 11 Nov 1997 12:25:37 +1100 (EST)
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Leftlinkers might be interested in a thread that is currently developing on the newsgroup aus.politics under the subject heading `More on multiculturalism in the USA'.

Global Web builders, the web masters of the One Nation site, posted an article by the far-right extremist Louis Beam, (who they inaccurately referred to as Lewis Bean). The article they quote from can be found at:

Beam founded the Aryan Nations Liberty Net BBS in the 1980s which was an effective networking tool for American neo-nazis.

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For the record here is a copy of an email that I sent to Mr Beam and his response.

Dear Mr Beam,

I read your excellent on-line article on multiculturalism. I have since been told that you are a member of the KKK.

Is this true?

Scott Balson


Thank you for your kind comments.
In answer to your question: No.

Remember, those who lie to you do so knowingly.

When I returned from Viet Nam in 1968 I joined the Klan as it was militantly anti-communist. I resigned in 1981. I have not since joined any organization except my local church.

Everything else you read about me is propaganda by those who fear my ideas and voice. My web site voices my beliefs.

Wish you the best.

Louis Beam

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