Maybe you’ve heard of James Hart Stern, the black man who took over the National Socialist Movement, a neo-Nazi group. Founded in 1974, it’s one of the biggest and oldest hate groups in America. James Hart Stern tells us how he became the group’s president, and what he plans to do with the group next.
The story of the black man who took over a neo-Nazi group
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