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William White (agitator)
William A. White (aka "Bill White") is the administrator of Overthrow.com and a spokesperson for the Neo-Nazi Libertarian National Socialist Green Party, a position which garnered him significant attention after it was revealed that the Red Lake High School massacre perpetrator Jeffrey Weise had posted pro-nazi comments on the LNSG website.
White's political involvement has been characterized by numerous reincarnations, ranging from the fringe left to the radical right but always marked by controversy and a taste for violent extremism. Though he is now a national socialist and third-positionist agitator, White has previously considered himself an anarchist and libertarian socialist. However, anarchists rejected White and his nationalist perspective. Infoshop.org, a popular anarchist website, stated that White's news service is nothing more than an attempt "by neo-nazis to pass themselves and their ideas off as compatible with anarchism." 
White's extensive criminal record includes more than 20 arrests, starting as a juvenile, for assault, explosives, property damage and graffiti. He has served time in jail for assault on a police officer. White loves controversy and is credited in press accounts for working both sides of arguments, secretly posting comments to his own and other web sites to contradict his own postings.
The Utopian Anarchist Party
Bill White first became involved with radical politics in highschool where he founded a left-wing group called the Utopian Anarchist Party (UAP). The UAP's primary function was the distribution of a zine that focused on opposition to the education system, psychiatry and the police. By White's own account, he considered himself an "anarchist" due to the perception that anarchism was cool rather than political conviction.  The UAP focused heavily on chaos and violence with political theory as a tenuous backdrop.
In 1995, while attending the University of Maryland College Park, White began distribution of UAP's newsletter over the internet at Overthrow.com. The site published both far-left and far-right news and chronicled White's exploits (typically fights and arguments with nazis or christians). Although White claimed that the UAP had hundreds of members, there is no evidence to suggest that the group was ever more than White and a handful of friends.
In 1999, White attracted nominal attention after he claimed that the Columbine High School massacre was orchestrated by UAP members. Later that year, White advertised that his group had been responsible for the chaos that marked Seattle's WTO protests. Both claims proved to be without merit.
In 2000, having previously held membership in the Communist Party USA and the Libertarian Party, White joined the Reform Party and volunteered with the campaign to elect right-wing populist Pat Buchanan for president. White, who at this point began referring to himself as a libertarian socialist, also launched his own bid for local office, renamed his news service LSN ("Libertarian Socialist News"), and temporarily moved to LibertarianSocialist.com.
Having failed to win a significant number of votes in his run for the local school board, White found employment as a reporter with the Russian nationalist Pravda Online. Meanwhile, White's LSN shifted further right, becoming openly hostile towards anarchists and frequently focusing on the white separatist National Alliance. White become preoccupied with Traditionalism, devoting significant webspace to the ideas of Julius Evola. While claiming to reject biological determinism, he openly declared himself an anti-semite.
In late 2003, White moved to Roanoke, VA and began buying up rental properties in a predominately African American community. Calling the move a "Ghetto Beautification Project", White wrote that he intended to target multiracial tenants for eviction and create an all white community. This attracted significant local news coverage and resulted in several lawuits after former white-supremecist Erica Hoesch attempted to distribute flyers informing White's tenants of his racial politics.
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