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Tabernacle of Hate: Why They Bombed Oklahoma City e-book

Author:

Kerry Noble

Language:

English

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History

Subcategory:

Americas

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1124 kb

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Rating:

4.2

Publisher:

Voyageur Pub; 1st edition (February 1, 1998)

Pages:

240

ISBN:

0921842562

Tabernacle of Hate: Why They Bombed Oklahoma City e-book

by Kerry Noble


Tabernacle of Hate explains why the Murrah Federal building on Oklahoma City was bombed on April 19, 1995, the second anniversary of the tragedy of Waco

Tabernacle of Hate explains why the Murrah Federal building on Oklahoma City was bombed on April 19, 1995, the second anniversary of the tragedy of Waco. The story begins a decade earlier when the building was first targeted by a man who was executed for murder the very day the building was blown up. He was a member of the "Covenant, Sword and Arm of the Lord" (CSA), a racist right-wing cult whose puropse was the overthrow of the United States government. CSA was the subject of a stand-off on April 19, 1985.

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Tabernacle of Hate: Why they Bombed Oklahoma City. Wellman, James . JR. "Patriots, Politics, and the Oklahoma City Bombing. Journal of Church and State 50, no. 2 (Spring, 2008): 386-387

Tabernacle of Hate: Why they Bombed Oklahoma City. Prescott, Ont. Canada: Voyageur Pu. 1998. They have Killed Papa Dead! : The Road to Ford's Theatre, Abraham Lincoln's Murder, and the Rage for Vengeance. 2 (Spring, 2008): 386-387. Woolf, Linda M. "Domestic Terrorism: Unrecognized and Unnamed.

The Mind of a Terrorist Fundamentalist: The Psychology of Terror Cults. Tabernacle of Hate: Why They Bombed Oklahoma City. Belgium: Institute Spiritus Vitus. Scheflin, . Brown, D. & Hammond, C. (1999).

Kerry Noble, "Tabernacle of Hate: Why they Bombed Oklahoma City" ( Voyageur Publishing, Prescott, ON, (1998). Robert Draper, "Happy Doomsday," Texas Monthly, 1997-JUL, Page 74. Evan Moore, "A House Divided: Tensions divide Abilene-area cult," The Houston Chronicle, 1996-MAR-24. John K. Wiley, "Profile of attack suspect is familiar and frightening," The Miami Herald, 1999-AUG-12. Tom Harpur, "America obsessed with future apocalypse," The Toronto Star, 2003-OCT-5, Page F7. "The Book of Revelation: Introduction," The New American Bible,.

The Oklahoma City bombing was a domestic terrorist truck bombing on the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States on April 19, 1995

The Oklahoma City bombing was a domestic terrorist truck bombing on the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States on April 19, 1995. Perpetrated by Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols, the bombing happened at 9:02 am and killed at least 168 people, injured more than 680 others, and destroyed one-third of the building.

Written after his release from prison, the author’s cogent narrative reveals the deceptive allure of extremist movements and the unmatched power of charismatic leadership. Noble also chronicles the intense standoff with federal agents at the group’s compound in northern Arkansas in April 1985.

10 Kerry Noble, Tabernacle of Hate: Why they Bombed Oklahoma City ( Prescott, Ontario, Canada: Voyageur Publishing, 1998). 11 Robert Draper, "Happy Doomsday," Texas Monthly, July 1997, . 4; Evan Moore, "A House Divided: Tensions divide Abilene-area cult," The Houston Chronicle, March 24, 1996. 12Evan Moore, "A House Divided: Tensions divide Abilene-area cult," The Houston Chronicle, March 24, 1996.

Books by Kerry Noble.

Book by Noble, Kerry
Wire
I was one of the reporters forced to confront Kerry Noble and the heavily armed thugs he commanded at Bull Shoals Lake. It was 1984 and the fascist fringe Noble represented was on the rise: talk radio host Alan Berg had been assassinated in Denver because he was Jewish, an extremist named Gordon Kahl had gunned down two federal marshalls come to arrest him on a minor a tax beef. State troopers in Missouri and Arkansas were about to be slaughtered by Noble's friends. I can tell you when I stood before him, I saw no glint of insight, compassion or self-doubt in his eyes. He liked carrying guns, playing camouflage-clad warrior, and kowtowing to the petty and perverse Hitler who commanded CSA. I find it ironic that after all the horror Noble and his spiritual disciples, including Timothy McVeigh visited upon our country, he writes a tell-all book about his supposed "conversion" from the dark side. Another ignoble scam: this one about money rather than sex and power. Perhaps we'll give Osama bin Ladn a book contract too.
Urllet
A must read for anyone who has ever wondered how an obviously intelligent, G-d fearing, compassionate person could end up part of an organization that shoots/bombs innocent men, women and children. Mr. Noble takes us along on his dark journey as he goes from being a concerned friend trying to rescue a couple from what looks like it might be a cult, into the number two man in an organization dedicated to the violent, white, racial overthrow of America - by any means necessary. The book reads like a good novel, riveting the reader as the author takes part in an armed standoff with government agents (long before Waco or the Freemen standoff), contemplates blowing up the Federal Building in Oklahoma (long before Tim McVeigh does the job), or sits in a gay church with a bomb at his feet visualizing the potential for human destruction literally at his fingertips. That every word is true only serves to further engross the reader.
What is scary is the almost logical pr! ogression into the abyss of racism and violence. The reader comes to understand the allure of the individual, small steps which lead one inevitably to that which would have previously been found reprehensible. The militia movement, Identity Church, and various separatist organizations all look different from inside and Kerry Noble takes us there. We should all thank him.
Zamo
Kerry Noble brings a new and fascinating look into the workings of the extremist right in America. His experiences, his insights and his confusion as a member of CSA creates a sensitive account of a devout man struggling with both himself and the toxic dogma of an insular and isolated society. As a writer who has researched the racial right for over five years, I find that Noble does an excellent job of articulating the conversion experiences of the radicalized religious right. It is indeed a short step sometimes from moral dissension to dangerous alienation, from a spiritual retreat to an armed camp.
Tabernacle of Hate again illustrates the dangers of blind faith in any leader, the twilight zone reality of isolated individuals whose only truth is the truth from within the movements, the odd "Catch-22's" of revelation and prophecy as practiced by the Identists, and the uncompromising racial and political positions that faith demands.
But perhaps more than the examination of the radical movements, Noble's ruthless examination of himself and his beliefs add a dimension to his work that is missing from other works of this nature. Noble provides a clear understanding of how a good-hearted and well-intentioned man can lose himself in a world of fear, hatred and dark religious zeal.
Howard L. Bushart Co-author, "Soldiers of God: White Supremacists and Their Holy War for America"
Ariurin
Tabernacle of Hate by Kerry Noble is the definitive work about the Christian right wing extremist movement in the US and Canada today. Noble imparts an understandable and pointed look inside the extremist-religionist mentality in the US and even insight into the fanatic religionist movement around the world.
Tabernacle of Hate is must reading for politicians, political scientists, psychologists, sociologists and anyone who cares about fanaticism in action and its effects on the very foundations of the nation. The book is well written by Noble and very well edited by Sean Fordyce. It should be the basis for documentaries and even a feature film. It is worthy of the attention of Speilberg. Only a film maker of that caliber can do justice to the importance and ramifications of the revelations of Kerry Noble.
Weernis
As a police officer who lost several friends in the bombing of the Murrah Building in Okla City, Kerry Noble's book answered some of the aggravating questions I had about the types of people who are able to kill in the name of some twisted belief, and how they came to be so full of hate. Mr. Noble is able to give readers first hand experiences, as the number two man in the C.S.A. (Covenant Sword and Arm of the Lord). I want to thank Kerry for writing this book, and want him to know I consider him a friend.

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