Saturday, January 02, 2010


Ben Klassen will be immortalized - just not in the way he might have wanted to be. While he formed the Church of the Creator, others who are a whole lot more creative have decided to turn his brand of hate into something, perhaps, a little more worthy of a society that really doesn't value hate and prejudice.

Making a positive statement out of the trash so endeared to Creators, just makes my 2010 even brighter. It's a great step forward.

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. When life gives you 4,000 books full of racist aspersion, make art.

That’s the simple logic behind “Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate,” one of the most ambitious, diverse – and unlikely – art projects in the modern history of Montana. A joint project of the Holter Museum of Art in Helena and the Montana Human Rights Network, the widely traveled exhibit arrives in Missoula this week – the closest it has yet come to where it all began, in a storage locker near Superior.

That’s where, back in 2003, Montana Human Rights Network director Ken Toole was taken by a disaffected member of the white supremacist group, World Church of the Creator. The locker contained thousands of copies of 13 books written by Ben Klassen, the infamous author of the “White Man’s Bible” and founder of the so-called Creativity Movement. All that the impoverished defect or asked in exchange for the books was a bus ticket out of town...CONTINUED


  1. uhh....those two "Broussard" bitches have gotta be fckn kikez!.....that's just the kind of childish, inane, repulsive filth they call "art"!

    but....howz abt this for an idea?

    Museum of Jewish Crimes!....i like it!

  2. a better 'blog than the pathetic judæo-marxist drivel spewed out here!

  3. Hi Nikki,

    What a fitting transformation this exhibit is! Thanks for sharing the information.

  4. Hastus Primus is just that idiot Curt Maynard. He is an idiot.

  5. I don't really see this as any different from the silly book burnings starting in the 30's and leading to present day. It's an ignorent and knee-jerk reaction to an opposing opinion. Maybe I just have a real problem with people destroying books of any kind. It's a class-A act of dull mindedness that exists at the bottom rail on both sides of the fence.

  6. Screw the bible. I keep it next to the toilet in case I run out of toilet paper.

  7. So desperate to get me to say something, huh impostor?

    Yes, I am not a Christian, but I would never disrespect the beliefs of those that I feel are good people involved with a good religion that doesn't wish harm upon others.

    However, I may wipe my ass with a Quran and I wouldn't feel bad about it.

  8. I'd feel better if you'd wipe your fat ass period Von. Goddamn thing stinks.

    Cold Butter


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