European-American Unity and Rights Organization
Initially, it was to be called the National Organization for European-American Rights (or NO FEAR), until the use of the name was legally challenged by No Fear Inc. The group was one of the original signatories of the New Orleans Protocol, a mostly US-based alliance of white nationalist and white supremacist groups.
The statement of principles sets out eight main goals for the organization, which are as follows:
- Equal rights for White Americans, particularly through an end to affirmative action.
- An end to desegregation busing, which they blame for declining educational standards, increased racial tension, and the wasting of public money.
- Welfare reform that would see welfare recipients made to work for their money, and the encouragement of family planning.
- Tougher sentencing for violent crime, alongside the repealing of hate crime legislation.
- Very strict limitations on immigration.
- An end to media portrayal of whites as oppressors.
- The preservation of white heritage.
- A demand for excellence in all things.
In an October 2007 article the author wrote (commenting on what he called Hitler's "workers paradise" "The beautiful Germany of the 1930s with blonde children happily running through every village has been replaced with a multi-racial cesspool. Out of work Africans can be seen shuffling along the same streets, which used to be clean and safe in the days of the National Socialists. One day, people in Germany will grow tired of the politically correct police state that is destroying their lives. They will recover their national pride and start speaking the truth about their past regardless of what the militant lesbians or thought police tell them. Once that happens, Germany may finally be a great nation again -free of foreign control."
See also 
- European-American Unity and Rights Organization (EURO) Statement of Principles
- Active U.S. Hate Groups in 2006 from Southern Poverty Law Center
- Buchanan, James. "Low Jewish Casualties in 911 Attack at WTC". EURO. Retrieved 7 August 2012.
- Mosley, Ian. "Germans Still Remember their Historical Greatness". October 30, 2007. EURO. Retrieved 7 August 2012.
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