As much as liberals and immigrant communities would like to believe that Nazi values are not American, fact is that we see a massive growing numbers in the United States who subscribe to such views – and can be heard on AM radio shows, along with clear anti-Muslim/Islamophobic statements by the imperialists (i.e. supremacists). The notion expressed by a few Sikh community “leaders”, who appear to have little appreciation for how this country operates, that “Sikhs are not Muslim” therefore they were unfairly targeted is utter garbage. They (and others) should realize that no community is immune from being targeted by such supremacists, and hiding behind the American Flag is no guarantee that we are going to be “accepted.”
Any rights the people have in this time and age is because of struggles and demands, not because of cowering and becoming “house muslims” “house sikhs” or any other kind of housie. They hate your culture, color, beliefs and all that makes you a vibrant community – not ’cause of some mistaken identity.
Page grew up in Colorado and enlisted in the Army in 1992, where he served at Fort Bragg in North Carolina and other U.S. posts, according to Army documents. He worked in psychological operations. He plunged into the white supremacist music scene after he was demoted and discharged from military service in 1998.
So-called “Psy-Ops” specialists are responsible for the analysis, development and distribution of intelligence used for information and psychological effect; they research and analyze methods of influencing foreign populations.
Fort Bragg, N.C., was among the bases where Mr. Page served.
He received his basic training in Fort Sill, Oklahoma before being moved to Fort Bliss in Texas. Fort Bragg, where he finished his career, is home to many of the U.S. Army’s airborne units and its Special Operations Command.