One People's Project
An interview with National Socialist leader Jeff Schoep was published Tuesday where, among other things, he has described race-mixing as an “abomination”, despite the fact that his wife of the past four years is part Syrian with a biracial child from a previous relationship.
Schoep granted the interview to the blog “From the G-Man”, authored by Gary Glennell Toms, a black independent journalist from Long Island, NY. In the interview, Schoep makes analogies of interracial couplings to that of mixing breeds of dogs, suggesting that pure breed dogs are favored moreso. “If you mix the races, you create a mongrel, and that child's bloodline is destroyed to the point where and he or she cannot really identify with either race,” he said. “It is a selfish and horrible thing for any parent to consider doing to a child.”
Schoep is currently in the midst of a divorce from his wife of four years, Johanna after he admitted to her that he had a new girlfriend, fetish model Cami Lynn Debolt. Several weeks ago, Johanna confirmed to One People’s Project that she self-identifies as Arabic, due to her quarter Syrian lineage, and also that she has had a biracial child from relationship with a black man that lived in the home she and Jeff shared. Despite this, Schoep has denied knowing of Johanna’s lineage or of her child, in a statement he released when this info came out. “I started checking into some things people had told me about her, my own stubbornness, or perhaps naivety, had blinded me from seeing things I should have picked up on, but did not,” he wrote. “ After I started checking on things, I found out that Joanna had hidden more from me than I could ever imagine, in fact a whole life, past husband/child, etc that I was unaware of. I felt like a freak on the Jerry Springer show, except in real life!” Because photos of him with Johanna and her daughter have been released over a year ago by neo-Nazi rivals, Schoep’s statement has been rejected in the following weeks.
Although the article was published two days ago, it is not known when the interview was actually conducted.