Nazi group to protest ‘Marxism’

Sunday, March 4, 2007 | 12:00 a.m. CST; updated 11:37 a.m. CDT, Monday, July 21, 2008

The National Socialist Movement, based in Minneapolis, will have a parade in Columbia on Saturday to protest the promotion of Marxism by the MU School of Journalism, the Cambio Center and the university in general, said Steven Boswell, leader of the Missouri chapter.

“Every single journalist that comes out of the university had been extremely left wing and Marxist,” Boswell said. “The primary goal of Marxism is to destroy national boundaries through promoting homosexuality, immigration, degradation and destruction of society.”

Boswell said that the university actively promotes Marxism though its teaching, classes and policies.

Boswell said that the university is “trying to weed out the white Missourian,” and make Missouri a “brown state.”

The National Socialist Movement, according to its Web site, calls itself “America’s Nazi Party” and says it is “the fastest growing neo-Nazi organization in the United States.”

Col. Tim Bishop, one of the organization’s top leaders, said that the National Socialist Movement is pro-white. He said that the organization gets 15 to 20 new members a day nationwide.

Boswell said that he does not know how many people will be attending the parade, and he would not disclose the parade’s location and time.

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