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2. THE LEADERS

The latest and most prominent wave of white supremacist and
hate group activity occurred between  the years of 1989 and
1993. While others still lingered from the early 80's (i.e.
the Nationalist Party,  the odd remnant of various KKK
cells) the main impetus behind the re-emergence of white
supremacy in Metropolitan Toronto was long time neo-Nazi
advocate, Wolfgang Droege. In this  section we'll look at
Droege and four other key figures in the white racist
movement' s efforts to  organize hate in Metro Toronto.
Tellingly, while three of the five have, at different times
attempted to  directly build "mass" movements all have
essentially abandoned those efforts in favour of the pursuit
of propaganda. As noted elsewhere, this doesn't signal the
end of organized hate groups in  Metropolitan Toronto and
Canada, rather it marks a tactical change by the brightest
of the hate  leadership. The seeds of hatred are still being
sown, but now more care is being taken to prepare  the soil
first.


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