Full statement from Pastor Morris L. Gulett
Full statement from Pastor Morris L. Gulett, sent to KSLA News 12's Doug Warner via email:
"Nothing has changed about our plans. I still intend to build a church building and the World Headquarters for Aryan Nations WILL continue to be right here in Louisiana. This is my home. I am here to stay till death do I part from this earth. I will not be swayed from my job as the Senior Pastor of the Church of Jesus Christ Christian or the World Leader of Aryan Nations. And I or Aryan Nations will not be run off or discouraged by the Jews, Negros, Queers, Mestizos or Mulattoes of the diversity cult. As I said of this once great Christian Republic in the interview, diversity is NOT our greatest strength, but our greatest weakness. Diversity is what will be the demise and total destruction of this nation and the chief purveyors of tolerance, diversity and multiculturalism know that too."
Pastor Morris L. Gulett
Aryan Nations-World Headquarters
Post Office Box 282
Converse, Louisiana 71419
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