Apr 11 2013
Not that the Army did any of its own research on this. They simply lifted the list put out by the anti-American, anti-Christian, anti-White, pro-Communist group called the ‘Southern Poverty Law Center.’ By the way, this ‘poverty’ center has at least $238 million in offshore accounts and investments.
SPLC has sapped enough from a caring public that it has at least $238 million, as well as two buildings – known as the “poverty palaces” in Montgomery, Alabama – offshore accounts in the Cayman and Bermuda Islands, and investments in several foreign corporations and investment companies. READ MORE
The U.S. Army’s List of “Domestic Hate Groups”
FOX NEWS (h/t Linda R) by Todd Starnes The following is an email written by a lieutenant colonel at Fort Campbell in Kentucky — advising three dozen subordinates to be on the lookout for soldiers who might be members of “domestic hate groups.”
This email was obtained exclusively by Fox News. Names have been redacted.
Subject: Domestic “Hate Groups” (UNCLASSIFIED)
Many events have been taking place across the country – just want to ensure everyone is somewhat educated on some of the groups out there that do not share our Army Values. When we see behaviors that are inconsistent with Army Values – don’t just walk by – do the right thing and address the concern before it becomes a problem. We need to make sure that we maintain our standards – starting with reception and integration.
In light of this story, I wonder if the Army will continue to deny that they knew anything about what this Army instructor was teaching the troops?
Domestic “Hate Groups” (notice how there is not one single Muslim hate group like CAIR listed)
Anti-Gay, Anti-Immigrant, Anti-Muslim, Black Separatist, Christian Identity, Ku Klux Klan, Neo-Confederate, Neo-Nazi, Patriot Movement, Racist Skinhead, Sovereign Citizens Movement, and White Nationalist. (Check the FOX NEWS link above for the complete listings)
Anti-Muslim hate groups are a relatively new phenomenon in the United States, most of them appearing in the aftermath of the World Trade Center terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. Earlier anti-Muslim groups tended to be religious in orientation and disputed Islam?s status as a respectable religion.
All anti-Muslim hate groups exhibit extreme hostility toward Muslims. The organizations portray those who worship Islam as fundamentally alien and attribute to its followers an inherent set of negative traits. Muslims are depicted as irrational, intolerant and violent, and their faith is frequently depicted as sanctioning pedophilia, marital rape and child marriage.
These groups also typically hold conspiratorial views regarding the inherent danger to America posed by its Muslim-American community. Muslims are depicted as a fifth column intent on undermining and eventually replacing American democracy and Western civilization with Islamic despotism. Anti-Muslim hate groups allege that Muslims are trying to subvert the rule of law by imposing on Americans their own Islamic legal system, Shariah law.
Anti-Muslim hate groups also broadly defame Islam, which they tend to treat as a monolithic and evil religion. These groups generally hold that Islam has no values in common with other cultures, is inferior to the West and is a violent political ideology rather than a religion.
Associated Anti-Muslim Groups:
Bare Naked Islam
Concerned American Citizens
United States Justice Foundation
Sharia Awareness Action Network
The United West
Islam: The religion of peace and a big stack of dead bodies
9/11 Christian Center at Ground Zero
The American Defense League
Stop the Islamization of America (SIOA)
Casa D’Ice Signs
Tennessee Freedom Coalition
Christian Action Network