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December 25, 1987 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-12-25

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1987

Aryan Nation Radio Show
Cancelled In Utah

New York (JTA) — The con-
troversial "Aryan Nations
Hour" on radio station KZZI-
AM near Salt Lake City was
cancelled last week by its
host, Dwight McCarthy, pre-
sumably because the station
has lost most of its adver-
tisers.
Station manager John Hin-
ton said that McCarthy
discontinued the weekly call-
in program after two shows
due to sabotage at the station
in West Jordan, Utah, includ-
ing the destruction of a
satellite dish. Hinton also
cited death threats against
his family and the station's
advertisers.
But Hinton also acknowl-
edged that the station had
lost almost all of its adver-
tisers since the "Aryan Na-
tions" show aired Dec. 5. The
show espoused the views of
the Aryan Nations, a white
supremacist group that ad-
vocates turning the Pacific
Northwest into an all-white
bastion. McCarthy, 37, report-
edly blamed the "liberal-
Marxist-homosexual Zionist
coalition" for his problems at
the station. He also claimed
to have received death threats
from the Jewish Defense
League.
Utah Gov. Norman Ban-
gerter and Salt Lake City
Mayor Palmer DePaulis con-
demned the Aryan Nations
for its recruitment efforts in
Utah and for broadcasting its
message.
On Dec. 5, the newly formed
Utahans Against Aryan Na-
tions held a rally against the
show in a nearby park.
Hinton - said McCarthy
might reconsider broad-
casting at a later date, and
that McCarthy had a con-
stitutional right to buy air
time at the station.
McCarthy prepaid KZZI
$5,200 for a year's programm-
ing for "Aryan Nations Hour."
He had begun broadcasting at
the station in July with his
"Counter-Marxist Hour."
McCarthy announced the
change in programming Nov.
14, with Aryan Nations
leader "Rev." Richard Butler
as his guest. Butler was also
on the Dec. 5 program.
Butler, 69, leader of the
Aryan Nations-Church of
Jesus Christ-Christian, lives
on a closed compound near
Hayden Lake, Idaho. He
reportedly broadcast the
Aryan Nations doctrine on
the air, saying, "Hitler was a
great man. Racism is good.
The Holocaust never happen-
ed, it's all a hoax. And the
mongoloid Jew hybrid must

be separated out of the white
Aryan Nations."
He is free on bail after be-
ing indicted in Arkansas last
year on federal charges of at-
tempting to overthrow the
U.S. government.
McCarthy has said he pre-
fers the appellation "white
separatist" to "white
supremacist," and broadcast
his arguments for separating
the races into "homelands?'
White supremacist groups
have drawn maps indicating
regions for the white and
black races, and called the
Eastern Seaboard area
"Z.O.G." for "Zionist Occupa-
tional Government."
The Jewish population in
the Salt Lake City area is
2,400.
Rick Trank of the Simon
Wiesenthal Center in Los
Angeles, which has been
monitoring developments at
the station, noted that the
station had lost advertisers
since first broadcasting the
show, and was drawing the ire
of listeners.
At the Wiesenthal Center's
request, Rep. John Dingell (D-
Mich.) has contacted the
Federal Communications
Commission, which is exam-
ining the matter. A month
ago, the FCC said it saw no
"clear and present danger"
from the "Aryan Nations
Hour."
"It's our position that this
KZZI incident could repeat
itself in other cities unless
some corrective action is
taken by the FCC," Trank
said.
Trank appeared on a KABC
radio talk show in Los
Angeles with Hinton, who
contended the First Amend-
ment right allowed him to
broadcast the hate program-
ming.
When Trank brought up
the matter of Alan Berg, the
Denver talk show host killed
in 1984 by members of The
Order, an Aryan Nations af-
filiate group, Hinton said that
Berg "antagonized the Aryan
Nations by verbally assault-
ing them."

Columns Shared

New York — A Jewish and
a black newspaper in Miami
have begun journalistic
"dialogue" initiated by the
Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith. The newspapers
— the Miami Jewish Tribune
and the Miami Times — are
publishing each other's opi-
nion columns on issues of con-
cern to blacks and Jews.

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