|Nickname(s)||The Aryan Barbarian|
|Born||1963 (age 49–50)|
Gliebe is the CEO and acting Chairman of the National Alliance. Gliebe's activity in racial nationalism was inspired by his father, who served in the German Wehrmacht in World War II. He became prominent within the National Alliance as leader of the Cleveland National Alliance chapter (Local Unit), a position he has held since 1991, which is the oldest Local Unit (LC) in the National Alliance. He was hired by William Pierce to run the White-power music label Resistance Records after the National Alliance bought full ownership of it in 1999.
After Pierce's death in July 2002, Gliebe was appointed the new Chairman. Gliebe alienated many members and provoked a backlash within the NA leadership. He later resigned turning the position over to Shaun Walker in April 2005. Later Walker resigned his position on July 4, 2006 after being charged with a Civil Rights violations.
In April 2009, it was revealed that Gliebe's name was on the list of individuals banned from entering the United Kingdom.
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