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The Nationalist Coalition of St. Petersburg, Florida is a self-described Americanmarker white nationalist organization. According to the organization's website, under the heading "Basic Ideology", the organization's motivation comes from their contention that "Until the middle of the twentieth century, our people [Whites] were the masters of their own destiny. America and Europe were indisputably ours, reflecting White traditions, White culture, and White values ... In the last half of this century, however, our media, our educational establishments, and our governments have been wrested from us, resulting in the loss of our self-determination."

The stated purpose for the founding of the Nationalist Coalition was given as the following:

"Through a loss of self-determination due to media control by a few individuals at the top, the organization purports that white values are being lost. The media has "... enormous power to lead the American people and their government in whatever direction they choose". With this basic position, the organization is attempting to create a network of anti non-white immigrant, volunteers to fuel their own media intervention and thus expound their own white separatist beliefs."

In July 2006, the group had its second annual "Summerfest" at a motel outside Tampamarker, with musical performances Of "white pride" music. One of the speakers at the event was Edgar Steele, an Idaho-based trial lawyer known for defending Richard Girnt Butler and Aryan Nations in a 2000 case.

John Ubele, the operations manager for the group, ran in 2006 for a seat on Pasco Countymarker's Mosquito Control Board. He has encouraged other white separatists to do the same: "If you do win an office, you will get very valuable political experience. You will also be in a position to work for White interests."


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