"lectured them about Zog and The Turner Diaries"

The Turner Diaries is a novel published under the name of Andrew Macdonald, the pseudonym of the former leader of the white separatist National AllianceWilliam Luther Pierce III (1933-2002).

The book contains a scene depicting preparation for the bombing of the FBI national headquarters and was subsequently labelled by the FBI as the "the bible of the racist right". This scene is believed to have been the inspiration for the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995 by Timothy McVeigh, which killed 168 people and injured a further 680.

ZOG refers to the Zionist Occupation Government, the focus of an anti-semitic conspiracy theory which suggests that formal government is merely a cover-up for Jews controlling a country.