Gulett, a native of Monroe, Louisiana had just recently returned to Louisiana after a stint in prison and has now set up the Aryan Nations headquarters in Converse, Louisiana.
Whether behind bars or in Converse, Gulett made it quite clear why he puts his color of skin ahead of all others - namely blacks, Hispanics and Jews.
"Deuteronomy chapter 28 states, one of the cursing is a stranger you'll allow to remain among you and will get above you very high and down low," said Gulett.
Local pastors, however, call his views a complete distortion of the Word of God. "It's ludicrous," says Pastor Tony Lewis of Pineville Baptist Church. Pastor Lewis and First United Methodist Church Associate Pastor Derek Joyce recently sat down to listen to what Gulett had to say in his interview with KSLA News 12's Doug Warner.
The two pastors listened to Gulett's proclamations and shared their concerns with what many experts label as ‘Christian Identity', which is defined as, ‘an extremist group's attempt to sell its message by using the Bible'. Joyce says Gulett's "view of God is fundamentally wrong and view of scripture, fundamentally wrong."
Northwestern State Criminal Justice Professor, Bill Sexton says there was a time the Ku Klux Klan, Neo Nazis and other white supremacists groups didn't get along at all, until leaders began identifying their racist beliefs through scripture.
"Once they all got under the ‘Christian Identity' umbrella, they all became meshed," said Sexton.
In his interview with Doug Warner, Gulett asserts that "when father God created Adam in his image, creation of a race, he was a white man."
To which Pastor Lewis responds, "Brother Joyce is my brother, not because of his skin color, but because of the blood of Jesus."
Both pastors strongly felt the story of Adam proves nothing to support a white supremacy on Earth.
"Adam in the Bible was of Middle Eastern origin," said Pastor Joyce. "Don't you think the first person created looked more Palestinian than the American white male?"
In that same interview with Gulett, the idea that Jesus was a Jew was brought up, to which Gulett replied, "Revelations says I am root and offspring of David," Jesus Christ is the son of God, not a Jew"