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From: Tim (e-mail him)
Re: Patrick Cleburne's Blog: The Southern Poverty Law Center ($PLC) gets an "F"
Unbelievably, the SPLC instructs federal law enforcement officials as to what constitutes an "extremist" act or a "hate crime" through a course it teaches teach at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC).
The ridiculous conclusions reached in the Department of Homeland Security report "Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment" (read it here) that hate crimes are on the rise are a result therefore of biased information taken from propaganda produced by that left wing, radical, open-borders group.
Two of the agencies named in the DHS "right wing extremism" report (the U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service) train at FLETC. Read the list of other federal agencies that also train at FLETC here.
The report states that a "prominent civil rights organization" (meaning the SPLC) reported in 2006 that: "large numbers of potentially violent neo-Nazis, skinheads, and other white supremacists are now learning the art of warfare in the [U.S.] armed forces." [Vdare.com Note: According to CBS "Military regulations disqualify members of hate groups from enlisting, but there is no specific ban on members of street gangs."]
The SPLC labels Americans who call for enforcing immigration law or completing the Congressionally mandated border fence "hate groups." The SPLC infamously falsified information and stated that hate crimes increased last year when the Department of Justice actually reported a decrease.
Under no circumstances should the radical agenda-driven SPLC be allowed to continue to instruct federal law enforcement or to give out fraudulent information that is ultimately used as part of DHS reports.
If this travesty is not remedied, patriotic Americans will find themselves included among hate group organization members, extremists or even terrorists for simply calling for the enforcement of US law.