Craig Cobb Net Worth
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Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $8 Million.
Craig Cobb information Birth date: October 9, 1951 Birth place: Missouri, United States Profession:Editorial Department, Editor, Producer
:How tall is Craig Cobb – 1,62m.
How much weight is Craig Cobb – 76kg
Craig Paul Cobb (born October 9, 1951) is a White supremacist, White Separatist, Neo-Nazi, antisemite and holocaust denier who operates the video sharing website Podblanc. He claims racism is my religion and advocates racial holy war in accordance with the tenets of The Creativity Movement. Cobb gained notoriety within anti-racist and anti-fascist movements and legal advocacy organizations that investigate hate speech and hate crimes for his celebration of violence and murder committed against minorities as documented in his video recordings, online activities, and disruptions at public events.Cobb is known for his movement to dominate the hamlet of Leith, North Dakota with other white supremacists. The hamlet of sixteen inhabitants has one African-American resident, who is married to a white woman. Cobb, who moved to Leith in 2012, attracted other white supremacists to the town and has Neo-Nazi paraphernalia displayed on his property. As a result, local residents and anti-racist organizations have organized multiple protests in Leith against Cobb and his allies. Cobb has appeared on several radio talk shows and the The Trisha Goddard Show, to talk about his plans for the white supremacy movement in Leith.
Biography,Youth and early adulthoodCobb has said his father was a multimillionaire businessman and his mother was a teacher. Cobb says he grew up a Christian, but has since renounced Christianity, saying I dont understand Christians. They have a need to be morally superior than [sic] the next guy. … They are very threatened by anything with racial cohesion.After serving in the armed forces, he lived in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, for five years before moving to Hawaii, where he lived for another 25 years and earned a living as a taxi driver.In 2003, he relocated to Frost, West Virginia, where he opened a grocery store and subsequently registered a business called Grays Store, Aryan Autographs and 14 Words, L.L.C. During this time, he was involved in unsolicited inter-state deliveries of a neo-Nazi newspaper published by Alex Linder[clarification needed], and distribution of Project Schoolyard CDs to local children,[clarification needed] and also attended an invitation-only leadership conference of the National Alliance.Moving abroadIn late 2005, after receiving an inheritance of $85,000, he moved to Tallinn, Estonia. In Tallinn, Cobb met with white power skinheads, and purchased land 30 miles (48 kilometers) south of Tallinn where he hoped to establish an International Office of White Diaspora. During this period, Cobb established Podblanc, a white supremacist video sharing website. He also unsuccessfully attempted to find an Estonian wife and came to public attention after conducting an interview with a former Estonian Ministry of Justice employee whom he introduced as the leader of the Estonian Nazis. On August 25, 2009, he was issued a ten-year ban from Estonia and deported to Canada, where Cobb claims to hold citizenship, for endangering state security, public order, public safety, moral standards, health, other public interests and promoting racism. During his period of incarceration before deportation, his supporters in the U.S. made contact with Canadian neo-fascist Paul Fromm in order to prepare for Cobbs anticipated arrest under Canadian hate speech laws. In March 2010, after posting videos of anti-racist activists online, he was discovered to be living in the Downtown Eastside area of Vancouver, British Columbia, where he also made an unsuccessful attempt to register a non-profit society called Whitepeace.Returning to the U.S.In June 2010, Cobb was arrested by police in Vancouver, but released with a summons after which he left Canada to return to the United States. In 2010, Cobb was living in Kalispell, Montana, which was a recruiting target for several white nationalists. Cobb engaged in a feud with another local neo-Nazi, Karl Gharst, against whom he recently[when?] obtained a restraining order. His activities were opposed by the local pro-tolerance group Love Lives Here. At the end of December 2010, Canadian authorities issued a warrant for his arrest on the charge of willful promotion of hatred after a failure to appear. Cobb responded to the warrant by stating You can find me in the orange easy chair near the elevator at the Flathead County Library in Kalispell.
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