A Neo-Nazi constructing an all-white community in North Dakota dismissed questions about his criminal status in Canada by saying the term “gay” was constructed by Jews as a tool of oppression against white people.
“When you say I’m wanted in Canada, that’s for a so-called ‘hate crime,'” Craig Paul Cobb told radio host David Pakman. “And just like ‘gay’ and so many other terms, these are terms devised by Jews to oppress whites.”
Cobb, who was originally arrested in June 2010 for promoting hatred online, left the country before being formally charged with willful promotion of hatred, a statute not found in the U.S.
He also admitted to Pakman that he had no proof to back up his statement, prompting Pakman to respond, “That’s what I figured.”
The 61-year-old member of the “Creativity Movement” — which has been classified as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center — also seemed to back-peddle from earlier statements boasting that residents in his planned community would be required to fly a “racialist banner” and asked to bring more “white nationalists” into the community, which he plans to rename from Leith to “Cobbsville” as his cohorts gain more political power.
“We are more white separatists,” Cobb explained to Pakman. “We don’t want to lord over other races, we just want to be away from them.”
Watch Cobb’s interview with Pakman, posted online on Wednesday, below.