Was there an open door policy for neo-Nazis and gang members in the US army because of the "War on Terror"? Wisconsin Sikh temple shooter Wade Michael Page was open about his neo-Nazi views when he served in the U.S. military from 1992 to 1998. We speak to journalist Matt Kennard, who details the rise of the far-right radicals in the armed forces in his forthcoming book, "Irregular Army: How the U.S. Military Recruited Neo-Nazis, Gang Members, and Criminals to Fight the War on Terror," out next month. "Every base has its problem with white supremacists because they are allowed to operate freely," Kennard says. "This is not a problem that is specific to certain bases ... it's all over the United States. It was all over Iraq and it it's all over Afghanistan."
Published on Aug 9, 2012 by democracynow
Part 1 one Interview with "American Swastika" author: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3n0zVh_MNg&feature=em-uploademail