Pine Tree Gang (PTG) - White Nationalist Separatist / Cascadian Region

RELATIONSHIP TO NORTHWEST FRONTThe Pine Tree Gang (PTG) touts itself as the "armed wing" of The Northwest Front. PTG's main objective is the same as The Northwest Front (racially loyal Whites can flee from America's other inferior races and survive the inevitable collapse of the decadent and corrupt American civilization by creating their own nation) however,  PTG takes their propaganda a step further and seeks hasten the collapse. TRAC Insight: The Northwest Front and the Dream of a White Ethnostate in the Pacific Northwest (The Cascadian Region: Idaho, Oregon, Washington, and western Montana United States)- 19 June 2018IDEOLOGYThe on-line PTG community is inspired by Unabomber / Theodore John "Ted" Kaczynski.  Materialism, the pressure of working for a paycheck, and technology are seen as crushing the human spirit and only destroying the establishment's construct (as well as minorities) will resolve the problem. Outraged and revolted with modernity,…

Pine Tree Gang (PTG) - White Nationalist Separatist / Cascadian Region, also known as PTG.
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