Richard Scutari – Unbroken Warrior, by The 55 Club
“On the night of September 22, 1983, a band of men who were meeting in Metaline Falls, Washington, would take a solemn oath to stand against the pro-Judaic powers that had usurped the nation. It was their natural reaction to a lifetime of persecution and the latest century of genocide. Their different religious or occupational backgrounds mattered little because they were brought together by, and bound by, purposes far greater than themselves; the highest ideals of Honor, Duty and Sacrifice. Throughout the unique history of the Aryan people, in times of trouble, ordinary men would assemble and band together to become extraordinary groups. In the past, they and their spirit have been known as the Mannerbund, Holy Vehm, KKK, and the SS – to name a few. This particular group of noble fighters would call themselves the ‘Bruder Schweigen’ – (‘Silent Brothers’ a.k.a Silent Brotherhood) and become known to the world as ‘The Order'”.