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Old March 28th, 2017 #21
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White supremacist vows to open 'Trump' church in North Dakota

A white supremacist in North Dakota vows to rebuild a church that was burned down — and plans to name it after President Trump.

The 108-year-old building in Nome was destroyed earlier this month, and Craig Cobb believes it was no accident.

Cobb, currently on probation for terrorizing residents of a different city, told the Daily News on Tuesday that he still hopes to eventually open his church, and he has a special name in mind.

"The President Donald J. Trump Creativity Church of Rome," Cobb tells the News. "That's the name, because it's beautiful. President Trump is like a god emperor, can do no wrong."

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Old March 29th, 2017 #22
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If they stopped the fire here, Craig might have been able to salvage part of this structure.



But it looks like the red niggers who showed up, just let it burn to the ground. They probably grabbed some marshmallos and hotdogs. What are they getting paid for if they don't put out fires, and just let them burn structures to the ground? Useless.

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Old March 29th, 2017 #23
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If they stopped the fire here, Craig might have been able to salvage part of this structure.



But it looks like the red niggers who showed up, just let it burn to the ground. They probably grabbed some marshmallos and hotdogs. What are they getting paid for if they don't put out fires, and just let them burn structures to the ground? Useless.

All these tiny towns have volunteer fire departments, but that is no excuse for how long it took to respond to this fire. We all know why it did take so long. When I lived in Powhatan County, I accidentally (stupidly) set a riding lawn mower on fire by running over leaves which piled up over the engine and got heated enough to catch fire. We called the local volunteer fire department which showed up with a medium sized tanker truck between five and ten minutes later. Of course by then the mower was a raging inferno, but I consider that a good response time. And they did put out the fire in good order.
 
Old March 29th, 2017 #24
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Red niggers!

I like that. I thought Crowe meant injuns at first, but it's firemen. They have a similar arrogance and mentality to blue and green niggers because they have "status" and are "heroes" in the eyes of the public, although I have a little bit more respect for firefighters than badge fags, since firefighters are performing a more useful service. The Nome, N.D. volunteer fire department appears to be an exception. How many wagon burners are on their staff, I wonder?
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Old March 30th, 2017 #25
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“Everyone has some form of prejudice,” he said, “but this guy is way off the edge and he fell off.”

This useful idiot needs a dose of dieversity. Give him a free ride to downtown Detroit and dump him off there. Let him spout his ignorance there. They will be all too happy to beat him senseless.
 
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A lot of these gullible Midwestern retards are getting a dose of diversity more and more when hordes of Somoolians and other shit-colored third world life forms are being dumped into their towns by White race-traitor christards who work for these "charities" in cahoots with the anti-White government. And still many of them do not learn or understand they are being slowly genocided.

If Craig Cobb is not allowed in Nome, N.D., then the dumbasses there deserve to be diversified, starting with this Jerome Jankowski moron.
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The fire appears to have started at the entrance door, I wonder whether Craig changed the locks.
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A report from the North Dakota Fire Marshal’s office says the fire was intentionally set. The report says the fire was started by an "open flame device" near the southeast door of the building.

Update: Fire that destroyed church owned by white supremacist was arson | News | KFGO-790

The state fire marshal says it was started by an "open flame device" near a door of the building in Nome.

Fire that destroyed church purchased by white separatist Craig Cobb ruled arson
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Old April 6th, 2017 #29
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Fire that destroyed Nome church owned by Cobb intentionally set, investigator rules

BISMARCK – The March 22 fire that destroyed an unoccupied former church in Nome was intentionally set, Deputy State Fire Marshal Ken Sisk said in a report released Thursday, April 6.

“It is my opinion an unknown person or persons intentionally set fire to the area near the southeast walk-in door of this building using an undetermined open flame device; therefore I am labeling the cause of this fire to be incendiary,” Sisk said in the report

Sisk noted that the wood-framed church had no electrical service, no heating and was secured, with new locks installed just one day before the fire.

The 108-year-old Zion Lutheran Church building at 295 3rd Ave. N. was reported purchased by white supremacist Craig Cobb before the fire.

Sisk’s report lists Kevin Richman and Alexis (Wolf) Haseleu as the owners..

Cobb, of Sherwood, N.D., said Thursday that he wasn’t informed about Sisk’s report.

“Why didn’t they use the word arson? Is that too incendiary?” Cobb asked.

Still, he was glad the fire was ruled deliberate.

“I’ve very pleased, because I was afraid they were going to say indeterminate” for a cause of the blaze, he said.

Cobb said he paid Richman $8,000 for the property.

“I’m recorded. Go check the county,” he said. “I own it.”

However, he was unable to get insurance for the church.

“I had a great loss. It’s very maddening to me,” Cobb said. “It was a very bold-faced sociopath that walked in broad daylight and did it.”

Sisk was not available for comment, said a spokeswoman for the North Dakota Attorney General’s Office.

“We do not discuss these reports,” Liz Brocker said. “The report stands by itself.”

There were no injuries or fatalities reported because of the fire.

Sisk said the Barnes County Sheriff’s Office had requested help determining the origin and cause of the fire. He said he arrived in Nome on March 23 and was assisted by the sheriff’s office, the Nome Volunteer Fire Department and Derek Hill, a special agent with the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.

Everything combustible had been consumed by the fire, and the basement of the structure was filled with ashes and non-combustible material, Sisk said in the report.

Barnes County Sheriff Randy McClaflin said Thursday that “we’re looking at every aspect” in the investigation.

“We’re talking to everyone around there,” McClaflin said.

Cobb said he’s pleaded to have the FBI investigate the blaze.

“These are sociopaths working in concert, in my opinion. I don’t believe that no one in that community doesn’t know who did that,” Cobb said. “It’s horrific, this kind of hate. …. I don’t go to people’s homes and burn them down.”

Cobb, who had been convicted of terrorizing and menacing residents in Leith, still has a year of probation on those charges, he said.

He said he still likes the state.

“I’m going to stay up here. … I like North Dakota in general. They do tend to leave people alone,” Cobb said.

Cobb, 65, previously tried to establish white supremacist enclaves in two other North Dakota towns, including Leith, southwest of Bismarck.

Cobb is involved in the Creativity Movement, a non-theistic religion that believes in the superiority of white people.

He has said that unless the arsonist turns him or herself in, he will continue his efforts to remain in Nome.

“If they want to keep pushing, I just may very well retain the lot and build a building there and still make The President Donald J. Trump Creativity Church of Rome, not Nome,” Cobb said in a previous interview.

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Old April 7th, 2017 #30
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​WHITE SUPREMACIST’S CHURCH BURNS IN NOME

Alt White: The Siege of North Dakota. Part four in the series on racism in North Dakota. Pioneer Little Europe and the Creativity Movement plow ahead with plans in making an Aryan enclave in Nome, ND, but an old Lutheran church bought by Craig Cobb burns to the ground.

NOME - Either arson or “an act of God” left the Zion Lutheran Church in ashes Wednesday, according to law enforcement and one of the building’s owners, white supremacist Craig Cobb.

Residents of the tiny town of Nome, population 62, alerted authorities to the fire Wednesday afternoon at 295 3rd Avenue. Firefighters from the neighboring town of Fingal, Nome’s volunteer firefighters, and the Barnes County Sheriff’s Office responded after the fire was reported. The first pictures of the blaze were published online in Facebook shortly after 3 p.m. Strong winds helped engulf the 110-year-old church in flames, and within an hour only the chimney and foundation remained.

Nome is listed among 11 other towns by Pioneer Little Europe North Dakota as one of the places marked for “takeover.” Pioneer Little Europe is a white supremacist operation welcoming Nazis, members of the Creativity Movement, Ku Klux Klan, militants, white nationalists, and racialists to build “arks of survival,” or Aryan enclaves. Previously, Cobb attempted to establish white enclaves in Leith and in Antler. He is currently serving four years probation for terrorizing and menacing residents in Leith in 2013.

Barnes County Sheriff’s deputies, the state fire marshal, and ATF agents began investigating the fire as arson Thursday morning, Barnes County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Don Fiebiger said.

Liz Brocker, the public information officer with the Attorney General’s office refused to comment except to say, “Information is confidential.”

The church was sold for $8,000 by Anthony Cibelli of Florida to Alexis L. Wolf and Kevin A. Richman on September 26, 2013, and then for $8,000 on January 14, 2017 to Cobb with a listed address of 208 E. 3rd Street, Sherwood, according to Barnes County Recorder.

“Quiet enjoyment and peaceable possession of the premises” was guaranteed by the grantor, Richman, according to the property deed. Back taxes and specials of $875.80 were paid by Richman, who is listed as the only owner on the new deed before the handover to Cobb.

Next-door neighbor, Linda Henrickson, has lived in Nome for 49 years. She was preparing to bury her husband who recently died of cancer, and said she hadn’t seen Cobb in months.

“I didn’t even know about it,” Henrickson said. “I heard a noise earlier, but it was so windy.” When she heard the news she ran to the dining room window and saw the church she attended for decades engulfed in flames.

A large 1923 painting of “Jesus welcoming the children,” hangs on her wall. She bought if at the church auction in 2012 and said it used to hang above the church’s altar. Across the room a pencil sketch of the church as it used to look was also purchased at the same auction. Her husband was born in Nome, across the street. Her daughter was once the organist. Her late husband, Bruce, was once the town’s mayor who brought running water into the area, Henrickson said.

“This used to be a nice little community,” she said. “But it’s becoming a tourist attraction lately.”

Typically, the town is quiet. Henrickson never talked to Cobb, but saw him once carrying a table, chairs, and a propane tank into the church.

Abandoned houses line Nome’s streets. On Main Street, a skeleton of a building sits on one side, a grocery store named Ruud’s Market has the inside lights on, but the front door is locked and the shelves are empty. A half-boarded up post office sits next door. Main Street is a dirt road, as all the other streets in town.

At the end of one street, slightly apart from the rest of the town, Kenny Ussatis said he had heard about Cobb, but didn’t pay him much attention.

“Nobody’s really said anything about him,” Ussatis said. “I’m sure some feel they didn't like it, but to me it does not make a whole lot of difference.” He attended the church all his life until it shut down due to “running out of people.” The town once had up to 400 residents, he said.

The loss of the church was not a hard blow for Ussatis, he said. “It was time,” he said.

The only noticeable business in town, Inter-Community Telephone Co., stands close to a cleanly kept park with swings, an aluminum slide, and an old merry go round. Mary Peterson, a town council member since 1990, used to be the church secretary, treasurer, and custodian. She echoed the sentiment that Cobb keeps to himself, and wasn't making a stir.

“Whatever happens, happens,” Peterson said. “If he did something wrong then we would deal with it, but so far, he minds his own business.”

Rumors are circulating as to the actual cause of the fire, Peterson said, but would not elaborate.

Cobb is one of the best known white supremacists in North America, according to nonprofit hate group tracker Southern Poverty Law Center. He had a falling out with white supremacists after a DNA diagnostics test in 2013, which proved Cobb was 14 percent Sub-Saharan African. He is also a professed member of the Creativity Movement, which believes race, not religion, is absolute truth and that the white race is the highest expression of culture and civilization. The movement also believes that a “holy racial war” is eminent.

Members of Stormfront, a website started by hate-web guru Don Black, congratulated Cobb on the purchase of the church, saying at least Cobb was active.

“If it was arson, that reflects very poorly on the townspeople of Nome,” a sustaining member named Richie wrote.

“Perhaps put it down to an Act of God, presumably him punishing an atheist for buying a church,” a sustaining member named Lord Flints Volunteer wrote.

“Whatever anyone’s opinion he is not all talk,” Richie wrote. “He gets off his backside and makes an effort.”

“How has all the crap targeted at Craig not been considered a violation of the Fair Housing Act?” another sustaining member named WhiteNationhood wrote.

Cobb claims arson, and is offering a $2,000 reward for any information related to the incident,” according to media outlet MyNDNow.

The sleepy town air is tinged sweetly with burning wood fires. Wind whispers through tall pines, and returning geese call out noisily. The former town school, an impressive brick structure now shadowed by trees, is used as a storage space. Like many North Dakota small towns, it is dying, and is a perfect target for white supremacists linked with Pioneer Little Europe.

The final hymn sung at the church’s closing ceremony June 24, 2012 was “The Church’s One Foundation,” which, excluding a cracked chimney and local memory, are all that remains.

Residents don’t want another Leith, they said, but also don’t appreciate the recent attention.

“We don’t need all the publicity,” Ussatis said.

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How many wagon burners are on their staff, I wonder?
You mean how many prairie nigger red niggers are there?
 
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Typically, the town is quiet. Henrickson never talked to Cobb, but saw him once carrying a table, chairs, and a propane tank into the church.
A-HA!

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A large 1923 painting of “Jesus welcoming the children,” hangs on her wall.
Jesus Cobb was going to welcome the White children.

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The loss of the church was not a hard blow for Ussatis, he said. “It was time,” he said.
Time for a li'l arson, Kenny?

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“Perhaps put it down to an Act of God, presumably him punishing an atheist for buying a church,” a sustaining member named Lord Flints Volunteer wrote.
He wrote a check, you see.

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“We don’t need all the publicity,” Ussatis said.

"We just want to die in peace....."
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