Thomas W. Chittum

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Thomas W. Chittum is an author,[1] military analyst[2] and former mercenary from New Jersey.[3] He served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War.[4] He fought in the Rhodesian War and the Croatian War of Independence.[5] Chittum predicts that the United States will soon face Balkanization[6] and a second Civil War based on racial conflicts.[7] He also says that he plans to move to upstate New York because it would likely still be a Caucasian-controlled area after the American Southwest effectively becomes part of Mexico due to immigration by 2020.[8] Chittum was a speaker at the "First Annual Conference on Racial Separatism" organized in 1998 by Jeff Anderson which also featured Jared Taylor, Robert Brock, and Don Black.[9]

Books[edit]

  • Sgt Skull's Field Manual for the Practical Modern Warrior, 2006
  • Chittum, Thomas W. (1997). Civil War Two: The Coming Breakup of America. Tucson, AZ: American Eagle Publications. p. 201 pages. ISBN 0-929408-17-9. (Updated in 2007 with preface and author foreword)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Party crashers White nationalists, Patrick Buchanan and election 2000 Arkansas Democrat-Gazette (Little Rock, AR) August 6, 2000
  2. ^ EVENT: A DISSIDENT'S VIEW ON THE PRESIDENT'S RACE FNS DAYBOOK DECEMBER 19, 1997
  3. ^ No trespassing in the land of the free; Demographics: A backlash against nonwhite immigrants is likely to get worse as the economy weakens. The Baltimore Sun January 14, 2001
  4. ^ Focus: Race and population: The last days of a white world: We are near a global watershed not- a time when white people will not be in the majority in the developed world, Britain included. Anthony Browne reports The Observer September 3, 2000
  5. ^ The Battle of 'Georgiafornia', SPLC Intelligence Report
  6. ^ No trespassing in the land of the free; Demographics: A backlash against nonwhite immigrants is likely to get worse as the economy weakens. The Baltimore Sun January 14, 2001
  7. ^ Arguments, ambulance Courier News (Bridgewater, NJ) October 18, 2000
  8. ^ Apocalypse Now. No, Really. Now! The New York Times December 27, 1998
  9. ^ Minutes of the First Annual Conference on Racial Separatism, by "Ken P.", October 1998 [1]

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