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Did the DHS use the SPLC for their radical anti-conservative report?


CofCC.org News Team

It appears the SPLC is explicitly referenced in the notorious “not intended for public distribution” report attacking conservatives at least once and probably twice.

The report refers to a “prominent civil rights organization” that appears to be referring to the SPLC.

From page 7

— (U) A prominent civil rights organization 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.”

This quote is from the militant left-wing fundraising hustle the Southern Poverty Law Center. The SPLC has not been able to back up this claim and it is totally discredited by Tucker Carlson and others.

The SPLC first made this claim in a 2006 issue of their free fundraising magazine “The Intelligence Report.”

Since then they have repeated the claim over and over even though there is no basis.

On page 5

— (U//FOUO) DHS/I&A notes that prominent civil rights organizations have
observed an increase in anti-Hispanic crimes over the past five years.

While this implies multiple sources, the SPLC is in fact a group that claims this. Along with militant Chicano organizations. However, the SPLC has actually admitted that black on Hispanic crime is rapidly rising in the United States.

The DHS report claims that pro-border activists might commit violence. However it cites no specific threats and not one example of violence that has occurred. In the past CofCC.org has reported on violent acts committed against pro-border activists by Hispanics. The DHS makes no reference to this dangerous threat to freedom of speech and assembly.

The moronic radical left-wing report claims that anyone who believe in a secure border or is pro-life may be a “right-wing extremist.” It also references abortion as a “white supremacist” issue in one paragraph.

The report repeatedly states that it has no specific threats. It repeatedly states that right-wing groups are not using violent rhetoric. It does not give one single example of violence except for Timothy McVeigh, whom the FBI itself alleges operated almost entirely on his own.

However, it then claims the threat is growing! So there is no threat, but the threat is growing!

The document was also deliberately timed to coincide with the massive “Tea Party” rallies!