The chronology of a chameleon morphing himself into various white nationalist reactionary movements
Can one seriously question Will Williams’ sincerity, dedication, commitment, etc., to any one particular cause, by his past history of continuously jumping around to and fro from one cause to another, and by his repeated associations with persons of various ideological, religious and political affiliations? Please continue reading and then you judge for yourself the answer to that question by the preponderance of evidence presented here.
By reviewing both Williams past comments about himself along with published commentary on Williams one can develop a framework of who and what Williams really is. This article will compare these historical facts with both recent quotations from Williams and his recent postings about himself. From this examination we will see that Williams is really a mosaic, a blend of various reactionary white nationalist ideologies and sundry religious philosophies.
Part 1: Williams past track record in the White Nationalist Reactionary movements.
Has Williams always practiced what he recently preaches in regards to what he calls the National Alliance strict hard line insistence on Cosmotheist philosophy/ideology? Let us investigate further this line of thought by examining past quotations, Williams personal writings, and published commentary about Williams. The following is what we definitely know about Williams past history, which contradicts his recent missives on the National Alliance:
a) In an Associated Press release dated 7/25/02 citing the NSV Report published by the National Socialist Vanguard reported that Williams spoke at an annual gathering of Aryan Christian Knights of the KKK in Virginia in September 1995.
b) A web Message board poster on Fri Apr 15, 2005 04:50 wrote a discussion on “Will White Williams” The Article states “Will Williams, who had been the NA’s national membership coordinator, served as state regional coordinator until the spring of 1998 when he reportedly left the NA. Williams has ties to the White Patriot Party, which was active in the early 1980s and based in Angier, North Carolina. Williams recruited former White Patriot Party members into the NA.
c) In a Dec 2007 BlogSpot it was reported that “one of Rep. Paul’s top internet organizers in Tennessee is a white nationalist leader named Will Williams (aka ‘White Will’). Williams posted and also organized discussion posts on national Ron Paul meetup site. On a white nationalist web site, Williams linked to Ron Paul’s grassroots fundraising site and organizes others to “game YouTube” to advance a specific Ron Paul video to the top of You Tube’s ranking.
d) A February 14, 2008 BlogSpot stated that Will Williams name appeared on the Tennessee Republican primary ballot on Ron Paul’s slate of delegates. Will (“White Will”) Williams started his activist career with the White Patriot Party. In the early 1980’s, he switched to the National Alliance party, bringing a group of former White Patriot Party members with him. In March 2001 Williams participated in an anti-immigration rally on the steps of the Hall County, GA courthouse, along with former KKK members.
e) From a March 12, 2008 Associated Press release entitled White separatist ran as Ron Paul delegate in Tenn. Erik Schelzig Associated Press Writer reporting from Nashville, Tennessee wrote- A self-described white nationalist earned nearly 12,000 votes in Tennessee as a failed candidate to represent Ron Paul at the Republican National Convention. Will Williams, who told the Associated Press he’s “pro-white” was an early organizer for the Texas congressman in northeast Tennessee. The Ron Paul campaign approved him to join the slate of 21 statewide candidates to be convention delegates. Williams said “And Dr. Paul is a great man.”
Part 2: Williams past track record of his own personal involvement in various religious groups.
Has Williams always practiced what he recently preaches in regards to what he calls his own strict hard line insistence on Cosmotheist philosophy/ideology? Let us investigate further this line of thought by examining past quotations, Williams personal writings, and published commentary about Williams. The following is what we definitely know about Williams past history, which contradicts his recent missives on the Cosmotheism and neglects his former involvement in Creativity:
f) In a web article published on Nov. 16, 2007, it is stated that “Ben Klassen, founder of the Church of the Creator and author of the “Whites Man’s Bible,” and other publication, wrote about Williams and his stay at Klassen’s one-time compound. According to Klassen, Williams eventually had to leave because of personal indiscretions on the part of Williams.” It is not known whether Williams today has rejoined as either a member or supporter of Creativity, along with his affiliation with Cosmotheism?
g) In a web blog on December 5, 2010 at 8:57 AM, Williams (A/K/A White Will) states “I left the COTC (Church of the Creator) headquarters as Mr. Klassen’s assistant in August of 1989, and had been in Dr. Pierce’s employ as Alliance Membership Coordinator from January of 1992. Some people have the impression that I left Mr. Klassen to go work for Dr. Pierce, which is not the case at all. Mr. Klassen prepared me well for the job Dr. Pierce created and offered to me more than two years after my leaving the COTC headquarters”.
h) In a Creativity web site article on the history of the Church of the Creator (COTC) accessed on December 1, 2014, it is stated that Reverend Will White Williams was former Hasta Primus (H.P.) for Ben Klassen who was the first Pontifex Maximus (P.M.) or High Priest of Creativity. It should also be noted that Will Williams was former editor of the Ben Klassen’s COTC publication entitled Racial Loyalty. The article then states that as of 2013, the Creativity Alliance (incorporating the Church of Creativity) purportedly has over a thousand Church Members and Supporters. One wonders whether Williams is still a member and if not, why did he leave, while others stayed, and continued on till today?
Part 3: Williams past track record in acceptance AND recruitment of members into the NA from various religious groups/philosophies
Has Williams always practiced what he recently preaches in regards to what he calls the National Alliance strict hard line insistence on requiring members to rigidly follow and abide by Cosmotheist philosophy/ideology? Let us investigate further this line of thought by examining past quotations, Williams personal writings, and published commentary about Williams. The following is what we definitely know about Williams past history, which contradicts his recent missives on the National Alliance membership:
i) In an Associated Press release dated 7/25/02 citing the NSV Report published by the National Socialist Vanguard reported that in 1996, members of the NA showed up to support a rally held by the Greensboro, NC chapter of the Council of Conservative Citizens. Several former members of the North Carolina Confederate Knights of KKK, which later evolved into the now-defunct White Patriot Party, are currently members of the NA. The same Associated Press release also stated that at least two of these former Klansman currently act as NA leaders or Coordinators in their respective states, in charge of recruitment and other activities. Note, many if not most Klansman, Council of Conservative Citizens members, White Patriot Party members, etc., are Christians.
j) A web Message board poster on Fri Apr 15, 2005 04:50 wrote a discussion on “Will White Williams” The Article states During the 1980s, the coordinator then for the NA’s local unit in Siler City, also belonged to the Klan and the White Patriot Party. The NA’s phone number in Siler City, in use by the group since 1992, was formerly employed as a “white power” hotline number by the Klan and the White Patriot Party. In May 1997, several NA followers attended a Confederate Memorial Day rally in Alamance County. Note, many if not most Confederate sympathizers, Ron Paul supporters, etc., are Christians.
k) In a web posting on Dec 28, 2013 Williams calling himself “Hypocrisy Cop” stated “We allow Christians to be members, yes, but they soon learn better than to bring their Christian beliefs around other Alliance members.”
Part 4: Williams past track record in conduct unbecoming of a leader of a nationwide white nationalist corporation:
Has Williams always practiced the proper professional appearance required of a National Alliance leader and white nationalist corporation chief executive officer? Let us investigate further this line of thought by examining past quotations, Williams personal writings, and published commentary about Williams. The following is what we definitely know about Williams past history, which contradicts the professional positive image that our founder Dr. Pierce portrayed:
l) In a web article published on Nov. 16, 2007, it is prefaced by stating ‘IN WILL WILLIAMS OWN WORDS’. Thence Williams is quoted as saying: “After enough complaints from Holycause survivors I received a new plate from DMV in the mail one day, unsolicited, along with a letter instruction me to return my prized ZYKLON-B. I ignored this and still have it.” It should be noted here that Williams actions helped our enemies feed into the ‘BIG LIE’, i.e. that it was the official policy of Germany in WW2 to commit genocide against the Jews.
m) Williams gave a summer 2014 Interview with the Kansas City Star newspaper regarding his longtime friend Frazier Glenn Miller, who is a federal informant and accused multiple murderer. The Kansas City Star 06/28/2014 edition stated that Miller from Prison continues to correspond with Williams. The newspaper article further reports that Will Williams, a white nationalist from Tennessee who has known Miller for more than two decades, said Miller told him earlier this year that he was extremely ill. “We had talked on the phone, and I knew he was in bad health.” Williams said, He said Miller told him in a recent phone call from jail that his health had deteriorated after he was arrested and placed in protective custody, which he referred to as “the hole.” “The second call, he was in the infirmary, and he got his meds and was in lots better spirits.” Williams said.
Part 5: Williams past track record in multiple occurrences of joining then quitting the NA
Has Williams always stayed a member of the National Alliance once he joined the first time? Let us investigate further this line of thought by examining past quotations, Williams personal writings, and published commentary about Williams. The following is what we definitely know about Williams past history, which exposes his lack of commitment and dedication to the National Alliance once he initially joins:
n) In a web blog posted December 14, 2004 tagged ‘will williams’ it is stated that Will Williams resigned from the NA in 2002 before Dr. Pierce’s death because the NA leadership refused to get rid of certain NA members and Dr. Pierce refused to remove these NA members from the rolls of the organization.
o) A web Message board poster on Fri Apr 15, 2005 04:50 wrote a discussion on “Will White Williams” The Article states “Will Williams, who had been the NA’s national membership coordinator, served as state regional coordinator until the spring of 1998 when he reportedly left the NA.
p) In a weblog posted 2010/03/10 another commentator on Williams noted that “Back in 1998 it got so embarrassing to Dr. Pierce that Dr. Pierce had to kick him out of his post of membership secretary because Williams was misusing NA facilitates to fight his feud with another person. Please note that Dr. Pierce asked Williams to leave as he was embarrassing the NA with his personal lawsuit.”
q) In a web posting listing in September 2012, Williams is quoted as stating the following “The fact is, I had resigned from the Alliance just a couple of months before Dr. Pierce died because I was displeased with the direction our Alliance had been heading at that time,…” It is thus important to note that Williams admits that he resigned (in 2002) from the NA while Dr. Pierce was still Chairman, because he was displeased with Dr. Pierce.
SUMMARY & CONCLUSIONS
From the multiple independent reference sources cited above it can asserted that Will “White” Williams (the self-proclaimed NA Hypocrisy Cop) contradicts himself and then likes to makes public interviews that draws negative attention both to himself and now the NA due to his high position.
The NA during its long history had as members, people of many religious persuasions including Cosmotheists, Creativity, Christians, and also Odinists, atheists, etc.. Williams during that time had no problem working with Christian oriented people previously, yet currently appears contrarily to emphatically make the opposite case, by being publically opposed to Christians in the NA. See the prior NARRG article entitled: ‘The Hypocritical Religious Bigotry of Will Williams?’ for a look at what Williams said under oath in his notarized signed legal affidavit that he personally wrote for the 2005 lawsuit of Shaun Walker vs. Erich Gliebe. In brief, those affidavits by Williams show that the Cosmotheist religion and Cosmotheism philosophical worldview had little if any relationship or role to the NA during the entire time (over 10 years) that Will Williams knew Dr. Pierce, (which was at least from the years 1992 to 2002). Yet now Williams claims the exact opposite.
Williams oscillates between various white nationalist, political parties, religious groups, etc., and is all over the map philosophically. Can we thus accuse him of being a sort of racial gadfly frittering around all over the place? The Chairman of the NA should be a person who shows a distinct history of being a revolutionary thinker, which Williams past history shows the exact opposite.
In the case of Williams being a Ron Paul delegate, Williams de-evolves from being a white nationalist, back to a libertarian, white conservative activist. Whereas Dr. Pierce changes from a Right Wing conservative to a Revolutionary Vanguard where he remained until his sudden unfortunate demise. Thus everything Williams belonged to or was associated with previously was either a reactionary or right-wing group (Klan, Ron Paul, etc.), as compared to a revolutionary group like the NA which Dr. Pierce founded.
How can Williams say he has always been a committed Cosmotheist when he was a “minister” of Creativity? Is he one or the other? Williams doesn’t seem to have his heart and mind planted anywhere very deeply. He is superficial at best and shows indecisiveness in ideology. Jim Rings comment posted on Nov. 16, 2014 regarding the article entitled: ‘The Hypocritical Religious Bigotry of Will Williams?’ confirms this. Jim’s comment states: “I and my family played host to Williams for a several day stay at my home. I provided him with transportation from the airport and to the meeting. My point here is that we had lots of time for conversation. At no time in those several days did Williams ever broach the subject of Cosmotheism in 1992. He didn’t say anything about it at the meeting either.”
Williams has a historical track record of multiple instances of bad judgment in picking his friends, co-workers, and associates. His continued dealings with these “bad characters” to this present day, thus allowing our enemies to denigrate him personally also by association drags down the reputation and honor of the National Alliance itself. Who or what really is the real Will Williams?