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Thomas W. Chittum is an author,[1] military analyst[2] and former mercenary from New Jersey.[3] He served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War.[4] He fought in the Rhodesian War and the Croatian War of Independence.[5] Chittum predicts that the United States will soon face Balkanization[6] and a second Civil War based on racial conflicts.[7] He also says that he plans to move to upstate New York because it would likely still be a Caucasian-controlled area after the American Southwest effectively becomes part of Mexico due to immigration by 2020.[8] Chittum was a speaker at the "First Annual Conference on Racial Separatism" organized in 1998 by Jeff Anderson which also featured Jared Taylor, Robert Brock, and Don Black.[9]

BooksEdit

  • Sgt Skull's Field Manual for the Practical Modern Warrior, 2006
  • Chittum, Thomas W. (1997). Civil War Two: The Coming Breakup of America. Tucson, AZ: American Eagle Publications. p. 201 pages. ISBN 0-929408-17-9. (Updated in 2007 with preface and author foreword)

See alsoEdit

  • magazine

ReferencesEdit

  1. Party crashers White nationalists, Patrick Buchanan and election 2000 Arkansas Democrat-Gazette (Little Rock, AR) August 6, 2000
  2. EVENT: A DISSIDENT'S VIEW ON THE PRESIDENT'S RACE FNS DAYBOOK DECEMBER 19, 1997
  3. No trespassing in the land of the free; Demographics: A backlash against nonwhite immigrants is likely to get worse as the economy weakens. The Baltimore Sun January 14, 2001
  4. Focus: Race and population: The last days of a white world: We are near a global watershed not- a time when white people will not be in the majority in the developed world, Britain included. Anthony Browne reports The Observer September 3, 2000
  5. The Battle of 'Georgiafornia', SPLC Intelligence Report
  6. No trespassing in the land of the free; Demographics: A backlash against nonwhite immigrants is likely to get worse as the economy weakens. The Baltimore Sun January 14, 2001
  7. Arguments, ambulance Courier News (Bridgewater, NJ) October 18, 2000
  8. Apocalypse Now. No, Really. Now! The New York Times December 27, 1998
  9. Minutes of the First Annual Conference on Racial Separatism, by "Ken P.", October 1998 [1]

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