Elisa Hategan is the author of Race Traitor, a chillingly detailed autobiography detailing her recruitment into and escape from a white supremacist organization. Her follow up memoir, Alice in Writerland, describes her experiences working with a corrupt publishing industry complicit in supporting white supremacy by insisting that it does not exist. Commenting on the racist attacks in Wisconsin, she writes
Newsflash: in light of the most recent act of domestic terrorism in Wisconsin, I have to say this: extremist white supremacists will kill, and kill again. Anybody who thinks they are, like Breivik in Norway, only “crazed lone gunmen” have no clue as to the weaponry and training white supremacist groups have accumulated. They are in the army. They are your neighbours. And ignoring these facts won’t make the inevitable go away.