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Matthew Hale and the Creativity
Journalism & Communication
Pages 6 (1506 words)
MATTHEW HALE AND THE CREATIVITY Creativity is commonly defined as “the quality of being creative.”1 However in 1973, the word creativity started to evolve for some people. Ben Klassen founded an ethnocentric and nontheistic religion and named it Creativity.
Hale was only 2 years old when the Church of the Creator was founded. He was the youngest among 4 siblings composed of boys. At the early age of 11, Hale professed that “white people had been responsible for the vast majority of progress in the world, and as such, the idea that the races were 'equal' to one another seemed incorrect.” This was the year when the future Pontifex Maximus or highest priest of Creativity had his racial awakening. During his collegiate life, Hale wrote editorials for the university paper and there he supported and justified opinions towards White Separatism. The 80s was the era that should have started embracing equality and began to eliminate racism yet there are still people who did the opposite and further discriminate others who are not white.3 Klassen stated in his book that “the black man is without a doubt the most dangerous creature on the face of the earth to the further survival of the White Race. He is a danger that rivals that of the Jew himself, although for different reasons. Granted, the Jew is by far the greater overall danger in manipulating and destroying the White Race.”4 The founder of the WCOTC is one of the people who influenced the ideologies of Hale during his collegiate days. ...
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