White supremacist New Zealanders provoked by Sydney riots

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Thursday, December 15, 2005 Posters calling for "white power" have appeared at Wellington railway stations in New Zealand. The posters have been attributed to a group called "The White Crusaders of the Racial Holy War".

Unlike the usenet postings in Australia being made by an unknown organisation "Action for Australia", the White Crusaders of the Racial Holy War are well known. According to their website, they are "crusaders", and believe in the CREATIVITY religion - created for the "Survival, Expansion, and Advancement of the White Race."

The posters say "If Sydney can do it so can we... let's take back our land".

Leaders of the New Zealand National Party and United Future Party have condemned the posters. Don Brash leader of the New Zealand National Party said that the White Crusaders of the Racial Holy War are "a small, fascist underbelly, hell-bent on causing division and destroying New Zealand's egalitarian ethos ... they are thugs and bigots"

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