This book concludes with the story of a group of German “patriots” who initiated “Project Schoolyard,” a program designed to distribute music CDs to school-age children. On the surface, the idea seems laudable—providing children with the gift of music. The problem, for the German government and others, rested in the lyrical content of the music, which promoted white power. This type of music advocates white supremacy and racial conflict, a common theme in groups such as Christian Identity and the Creativity Movement. For example, the song “Rahowa,” meaning Racial Holy War, by the band of the same name, provides a telling example.
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