The founder of a "White Students Union" at Towson University cited Greece's neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party as a model in an interview explaining his intentions to RT on Friday.


In the interview, Matthew Heimbach outlined his plans for the organization becoming a positive influence on the school, saying it was "kind of [like] the idea where you have political parties like Golden Dawn, which take care of Greek people first."

After winning 18 seats in the Greek parliament for the first time in May, Golden Dawn's leader, Nikos Michaloliakos, warned that "The time for fear has come for those who betrayed this homeland." The party has subsequently been accused of engaging violent assaults against immigrants, a practice abetted by Greek police.

Heimbach obliquely referenced this practice, saying his group engaged in "safety patrols" looking for "people who have perpetrated violent crimes."

The group will also bring in guest speakers to discuss "white identity" issues, Heimbach said, and protest policies like affirmative action, which he accused of being discriminatory against white students, and the North American Free Trade Agreement, which he said "sent our jobs overseas to third-world countries like Mexico that undercut our wages and put us out of work."

Watch the interview, posted on YouTube on Friday by RT, below.