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Q: Why don't you allow women to join?
A: Women are extremely important to the white race, they are a source of beauty, inspiration, and life for all of us. Women should never be allowed to fight on the frontlines, not diminishing their ability to fight but women would serve to great of a distraction for battle weary warriors. Women should fight but only to defend the homestead against invasion. Men battle harder when they are fighting for a cause such as defending those they care about. A man wants the knowledge of their children and wives are safe at home and not involved in such attrocites that are required to win war. Without women in the homeplace how are the next generation of warriors and ladies going to be raised? Men's decisions are more inclusive of the grander scheme of things. Men are willing to lose battles in a greater pursuit of over all victory but that choice becomes unthinkable when it's women that are being sacrificed.
Q: What are your veiws on tattoos in the SWA?
A: Many of us have tattoos and some do not. It is a personal choice that does not reflect upon entrance into the Mighty 43.
Q: Does it matter if I have a previous criminal record?
A: Having a criminal record does not exclude you from entrance but is closely looked over. The SWA believes that the past is the past, with that said there are certain charges that will automatically ban you from the club. We do not permit any sex offenses, and current drug charges. We under no circumstances condone the usage of illegal drugs or the abusing of prescription medication. The SWA understands that the past is usually complex for most individuals and previous drug charges may have occured. This alone will not ban you from the club as long you are free and clean now. How can you consider yourself bettering yourself if you are not getting better?
Q: How do I become a member?
A: First you must be a supporter for a minimum of six months, no exceptions. Within that six month time frame you must attend two or more gatherings and must find a current patchholder of good standing to be sponsoreds by. The patch member will explain obligations and duties of a probate. Probation will be a period of no shorter than three months.
Q; Why does your group used 1% patch? and does the 1% patch mean you are a criminal?
A; The 1%er patch, means the 1% of individuals that are willing to stand by their brothers, the 1% of individuals that demand respect.
The supreme white alliance is not a criminal organization, we do not condone illegal activity.