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Murdock failed to respond to a request for comment for this article.

Murdock is the creator of "Horus the Avenger's Follow the White Rabbit, an online allegory patterned after Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, a cartoon he publishes on the website. The idea behind the "white genocide" proposition is that white people are being subjected to a genocide that will ultimately wipe out their race. The site also features a podcast and subscription service.

The Social Contract Press (TSCP) in Petoskey is identified by the SPLC as an anti-immigrant, white nationalist hate group for its routine publishing of race-baiting articles written by white nationalists. The SPLC said the group is a program of U.S. Inc., a foundation created by John Tanton, a principal ideologue of the nativist movement.

"The TSCP puts an academic veneer of legitimacy over what are essentially racist arguments about the inferiority of today's immigrants," the SPLC said.

The White Boy Society, which the SPLC said operates throughout Michigan, describes itself on its webpage as a "white brotherhood aimed towards bikers." Characterized by the SPLC as a white nationalist hate group, the white boys state they are dedicated to uniting "brothers with similar beliefs and ideologies" but isn't a hate group or supremacy group.

"We do not want nor intend to rule supreme over any other race or culture," the group states on its website. "We know that if the white race is to survive, we must separate and rule over our own destiny."

Core to that goal, the group said, is the opposition of all outsourcing of American jobs, employers that hire illegal aliens to take American jobs and "all media that is detrimental to our children." Specifically, the group opposes any magazine, newspaper, television show, movie, radio program or website that "constantly shoves black culture down our throats and promotes race mixing with our white children."

The Northern Hammerskins, based in Detroit, is a regional chapter of the Hammerskin Nation racist skinhead group. Self-described as a "leaderless group" of men and women who have adopted the white power skinhead lifestyle, the Hammerskin Nation is considered one of the best organized racist skinhead groups in existence. The SPLC describes the Hammerskin Nation as the "most widely dispersed and most dangerous" Skinhead group known.

Hammerskins first emerged in the 1980s as the Dallas-based Confederate Hammerskins, then considered street gangs. Through its growth and the development of a national presence, the group formed additional chapters around the country, absorbing smaller skinhead groups along the way. The Northern Hammerskins chapter was created about 1988 when one of the former Confederate Hammerskin leaders moved to Detroit, eventually picking up locally established crews, such as Detroit Area Skin Heads (DASH), according to the Hammerskin Nation's website.

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