Hate Group SPLC to smear troops in Congress

| July 10, 2009

On the heels of the Salon rush job report on racists in the military, the Southern Poverty Law Center is up to it’s old tricks again. They’ve determined that the military is rife with racists (they found 40 out of how many people serving?) so they’re marching their hate-filled asses to Congress today to tattle according to Stars and Stripes;

“In the wake of several high-profile murders by extremists of the radical right, we urge your committees to investigate the threat posed by racial extremists who may be serving in the military to ensure that our armed forces are not inadvertently training future domestic terrorists,” Morris Dees, SPLC co-founder and chief trial counsel, wrote to the legislators. “Evidence continues to mount that current Pentagon policies are inadequate to prevent racial extremists from joining and serving in the armed forces.”

Added Mark Potok, editor of the Intelligence Report, a magazine produced at the law center: “The Pentagon really has shrugged this off and refused to look at this in any serious way.”

See that quote: “In the wake of several high-profile murders by extremists of the radical right….” I don’t see Potok (the punk asshole SOB) getting exercised about the murderof two soldiers by that Muslim hate group member a few months back – but one octogenarian at the Holocaust Museum and Potok demands that the military purge their ranks. Because they found 40 people on Facebook who CLAIM to be members of the military.

You remember that Southern Poverty Law Center also named the American Legion a “hate group” recently. Of course, their greasy lawyers will come here and deny that they called AL a “hate group”, which may be true in the greasy lawyer sense, but here’s a screen shot of their report of the AL under their column heading “Hate Watch”;


We have to ask ourselves how many of these dildos are really members of the military. S&S quotes one in their article;

One participant under the username “WhitePride85,” who said he is a 24-year-old staff sergeant from Madison, Wis., wrote: “I have been in the Army for over 5 years now … I am a SSGT … I have been in Iraq and Kuwait … I love and will do anything to keep our master race marching. I have been a skinhead forever.”

How many Army Staff Sergeants write their rank using the Air Force form “SSGT”? If he was an Army staff sergeant, he’d write it “SSG” like the several thousand of us who wore that rank in the Army and filled out paperwork everyday using the abbreviation.

To quote that greasy-assed lawyer Mark Potok, who has been to TAH in the recent past to defend his ambulance-chasing organization of greasy lawyers who couldn’t find real jobs in real law firms, by the way, they don’t really know if these people are in the military or not;

“We can’t verify these things,” Potok said, because his group does not have access to military personnel records. “We feel that clearly military investigators could.”

So the military should stop what it’s doing and chase ghosts because the drama queens at SPLC smell money. Even if there are racists in the military (and I don’t doubt that there are, the military is a product of society), how is the military supposed to investigate if they’ve broken no laws? Isn’t that a violation of the soldiers’ civil rights? Maybe the ACLU can instruct their fellow travelers at SPLC about that aspect of their unreasonable demands on the military.

And, it’s all speculation by SPLC and other anti-military groups;

In 2006, the SPLC released a report asserting that “thousands” of active-duty troops like clarkpatrick88 could have hate group affiliations. The law center said that some military officers conceded that recruitment and retention pressures forced them to look the other way when presented with overwhelming evidence of hate group membership.

“Since we issued our 2006 report, the problem may have worsened,” SPLC President Richard Cohen wrote to Gates.

By this spring, a Department of Homeland Security report said law enforcement groups should beware of extremists coming out of military duty or groups trying to recruit susceptible veterans for their combat skills.

Emphasis is mine. Of course the “retracted” DHS report raises it’s vile head again.

This is just another attempt by SPLC to paint all of the troops with a broad, racist brush. I think SPLC should be labeled a hate group. In fact, I’m declaring them a hate group right now. Whatcha gonna do about it, Potok?

Category: Liberals suck, SPLC, Usual Suspects

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  1. Finrod says:

    After only a quick look, I’m inclined to think most of those 40 are posers or PX rangers. But it won’t really matter, some legislator will get their drawers in a snite and we’ll be taking endless EO classes. Oh Joy.

  2. Remember Sgt. Pietrzak and his wife?



    If you remember when this story broke, it came out that all the attackers were black Marines in this Sgt’s unit. They just mention that in this article that neither mother believes that this was just an ugly robbery, but I’m positive there are others with quotes from family who thought the murders were racially motivated. If SPLC is so concerned about random internet douchebags, they ought to show a little concern about this sort of thing too.

  3. geo says:

    Could have, may be, might have…the list goes on and on.
    Waste of time and money. Get proof SPCL or STFU.

  4. OldTrooper says:

    As I have said many times in the past, including in a letter to my Congressman, the DHS report may have been retracted, but the damage had already been done and every POS liberal/socialist/commie in the country is going to point to that report in their attacks against the military and Veterans.

    This kind of shit makes me want to puke.

  5. NHSparky says:

    My moonbat Rep is no better, despite the incredible mileage she gains from telling anyone who gives a shit enough to listen that she is the spouse of a Vietnam-era veteran. Really, Carol? You mean your hubby who spent two years at Fitzsimmons and never did so much as a TAD assignment? Your vast knowledge of military and all things DoD-related based upon your being a pie-eyed 20-year old Army wife nearly 35 years ago? And of course, the military hasn’t changed a whit since then. Amazingly enough, she (for a time) stood by the DHS report. How that for disconnect, kids?

  6. harry angstrom says:

    One is too many. A number of idiots commenting here indicate the hate that is in free fall among the good people. go forth and sin no more, creep.

  7. Dave Thul says:

    Rather convenient how the DHS report cites SPLC and now SPLC turns around and cites the DHS report.

    Actually, it would be interesting to have the Pentagon run down the 40 skinheads. I wonder how many of them will be familiar to TAH readers as busted phony soldiers.

  8. 1stCavRVN11B says:

    A snip about one who is behind much of our nations problems:

    […George Soros is not just the power behind the Open Society Institute, the U.S. Institute of Peace, the National Endowment for Democracy, Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the International Crisis Group:

    “[L]ike an immense Jules Verne octopus, [he] extends his tentacles all over Eastern Europe, South-Eastern Europe, the Caucasus as well as the republics of the former Soviet Union. With the help of these various groups [it is possible] not only to shape but to create the news, the agenda and public opinion to further aims which are, in short, the control of the world, its natural resources and the furtherance of the uniform ideal of a perfect world polity made in America.”

    That polity will not be “American” in any recognizable sense if Soros has his way, however. Here, he supports increased government spending and tax increases, drug legalization, euthanasia, open borders and immigration, immigrant entitlements, feminism, free abortion on demand, affirmative action, and “gay” rights. He opposes the death penalty in any circumstance. One of the trustees of OSI is Lani Guinier, the law professor whom Bill Clinton tried to nominate as head of the civil-rights division of the Department of Justice but changed his mind when she was found to favor minority veto power over legislation. Its president is Aryeh Neier, who had for 12 years been executive director of the Soros-funded Human Rights Watch and, before that, national director of the American Civil Liberties Union for eight years.

    That he is anti-Bush is unremarkable, but Soros’ statement last December that the defeat of the President is “a matter of life and death” was silly. His largesse to Bush’s foes-although substantial-does not reflect the stated urgency of the moment: $15 million for America Coming Together; $3 million for John Podesta’s new think tank; and $2.5 million for MoveOn.org falls far short of a month’s cost of running his many foundations around the world.

    Soros remains primarily committed to destroying the remaining bastions of the family, sovereign nationhood, and Christian Faith east of the Trieste-Stettin line. He senses that his full-throttle intervention in America is not necessary, because things are gradually going his way anyway. No matter who is his party’s anointed candidate come next November, the real choice will be between George and Gyorgy, and that is not much of a choice. …]

  9. JuniorAG says:

    Jeez, going after meth huffing nio-notzis and the odd kook kluxer is so “risk adverse.” SPLC ought to grow a pair and tangle with MS13 or the Crips…