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    Southern Poverty Law Center Publishes Patriot Hit List

    by Chuck Baldwin

    Again, this SPLC report would not even merit a mention (much less an entire column) except for the fact that the SPLC has become a source of information fuelling anti-freedom hysteria for countless bureaucrats at the DHS.

    In a report on its web site dated April 2010, entitled “Meet The Patriots,” the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) profiled “36 individuals at the heart of the resurgent [patriot] movement.” (In reading the list, I counted only 35 “patriots” and 5 “enablers” for a total of 40. I’m not really sure how the SPLC came up with “36.” Perhaps their ability to count is commensurate with their ability to appreciate patriotism and liberty.) The SPLC (founded by Morris Dees) sees itself as America’s guardian against “right wing militias” and loves to label conservatives and libertarians that it doesn’t like as “extremists.” The SPLC is one of the most ultra-liberal organizations in the country and should be dismissed as a group of paranoid leftists, not worthy of thought or mention.

    The sad truth is, however, our federal government has chosen to exalt the SPLC to the position of being its “go to” source for information regarding “potential domestic terrorists” and similar characterizations. As a result, the information and reports disseminated by SPLC wind up in police reports and bulletins all over the United States. As an example, the SPLC had its fingerprints all over the infamous MIAC report. One could even question whether the SPLC is merely a front organization for Big Brother.

    Therefore, it is highly likely that the report negatively profiling 40 American patriots will find its way into Department of Homeland Security (DHS) fusion centers and be distributed to police agencies all across the country. So, should the 40 people who find themselves targeted by SPLC expect some kind of government/police attention? Are we really that close to Nazi-style persecution in America? If the SPLC has its way, the answer seems to be a definite yes.

    I remind readers that in the book, Nazi Justiz: Law of the Holocaust (page 3), there were five steps to Hitler’s plans for the destruction of European Jews. Step 1: Identification/registration of the targeted group as a public menace. Step 2: Ostracism of the targeted persons. Step 3: property confiscation. Step 4: Concentration of members into geographical locations. Step 5: Annihilation. In this latest report, SPLC seems quite willing to accomplish steps 1 and 2.

    Here are the 40 names that are targeted in the SPLC report (and guess who is listed at the very top? Yours truly):

    1. Chuck Baldwin, Pastor, Radio Broadcaster, Syndicated Columnist, 2008 Constitution Party Presidential nominee.
    2. Joe Banister, former IRS special agent, tax protester.
    3. Martin “Red” Beckman, tax protester
    4. Catherine Bleish, head of the Liberty Restoration Project.
    5. Chris Broughton, Second Amendment advocate, member of “We The People” group.
    6. Bob Campbell, head of American Grand Jury.
    7. Robert Crooks, Army veteran, retired commercial fisherman, anti-illegal immigration proponent.
    8. Joseph Farah, CEO of World Net Daily
    9. Gary Franchi, producer of “Camp FEMA: American Lockdown,” national director of RestoreTheRepublic.com.
    10. Al Garza, head of the Patriot’s Coalition, an anti-illegal immigration group.
    11. Ted Gunderson, retired FBI agent.
    12. John Hassey, “The public face of Alabama’s militia movement in the late 1990s,” says SPLC.
    13. Alex Jones, Radio Talk Show host.
    14. Devvy Kidd, “prolific columnist, blogger, and public speaker.”
    15. Larry Kilgore, telecommunications consultant, former US Senate candidate from Texas, pro-secession advocate.
    16. Cliff Kincaid, syndicated columnist and author, editor of AIM Report (Accuracy in Media’s publication), founder and president of America’s Survival, Inc., a UN watchdog group.
    17. Mark Koernke, associated with the now-defunct Michigan Militia.
    18. Richard Mack, former Graham County, Arizona, Sheriff, author, and public speaker.
    19. Jack McLamb, former Phoenix, Arizona, police officer, author, and public speaker.
    20. John McManus, former member of the US Marine Corps, president of the John Birch Society.
    21. Daniel New, father of Michael New (the Army medic who refused to wear a UN uniform), author, public speaker.
    22. Norm Olson, founder of the now-defunct Michigan Militia.
    23. Larry Pratt, executive director of Gun Owners of America.
    24. Stewart Rhodes, Army veteran and Yale Law School graduate, founder of Oath Keepers.
    25. Jon Roland, computer specialist, founder of the Constitution Society.
    26. Luke Rudkowski, founder We Are Change.
    27. Robert “Bob” Schultz, founder of We The People.
    28. Joel Skousen, editor, World Affairs Brief.
    29. Jim Stachowiak, Radio Talk Show host, “Longtime militia organizer,” claims SPLC.
    30. John Stadtmiller, founder, Republic Broadcasting Network.
    31. Orly Taitz, California attorney, a leader in the push to make President Obama disclose his US birth certificate.
    32. Amanda Teegarden, executive director of Oklahomans for Sovereignty and Free Enterprise.
    33. Mike Vanderboegh, anti-Obama health care activist.
    34. Paul Venable, former candidate for the Idaho House of Representatives.
    35. Edwin Vieira, Jr., attorney, author, proponent of constitutional State militias, lecturer.
    36. Michele Bachmann, US Representative from Minnesota.
    37. Glenn Beck, Fox News Channel TV host.
    38. Paul Broun, medical doctor, US Representative from Georgia.
    39. Andrew Napolitano, attorney, former State judge in New Jersey, Fox News Channel legal analyist, lecturer.
    40. Ron Paul, former member of the US Air Force, medical doctor, US Representative from Texas, 2008 Republican candidate for President.
    http://www.nationalpolicyinstitute.o...chuck-baldwin/

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    As for the SPit LiCkers, this article is correct. But chuck baldwin is a twit.

    I am really sick of his constantly conflating communism with "nazism".

    If you don't like National Socialism or Uncle Adolf and want to take

    them to task, Hey, that's OK with me. If you can't take the heat you

    should get out of the kitchen.

    But these Patriotards like baldwin should at least get their facts straight.




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    Most of my favorite people and websites are on that list .

    Who cares if the SPLC doesn't like them? I think the SPLC totally invented the "neo-nazi menace" of the 1990s and so now they are looking for someone else to take on the role of "splc fund-raiser of the decade".

    Does anyone actually take them seriously other than frightened old ladies with checkbooks?

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    Southern Poverty Law Center

    Sounds like they are a big terriost organization. Someone should do a list and add everyone working for the law center on the list.

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    Zimobog: You are quite right. The "neo-nazis" in this country couldn't

    take over my granny's quilting bee. Every time some ninny quotes

    the "intelligence" report, and gets all sweaty palmed, i just about

    split a gut laughing.

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    The SPLC is akin to the ACLU. Both ascribe to communist and socialist outlooks and have a very uninformed, narrow, and uneducated understanding of the nature social order, economics, true equality and right to property. Both of them just smack of marxism, communism, what ever you want to call it. Just like Planned Parenthood was started by a communist.
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    Okay...looking at the ridiculous list I see a few things that the (literally, check it out) jews in the SPLC overlooked when creating it.

    Oath Keepers: an organization which encourages people who take an oath to protect the United States Constitution to uphold it. This is terrorism? (insert profane insult here)

    Ron Paul: A politician who stands up for the foundation of this nation. Terroist. Okay.

    Joe Bannister: A former IRS agent who opposes a ludicrous tax system which goes against the very fabric of the founding of the United States. Terrorist sypathizer. Sure.

    Chuck Baldwin: Okay, this guy may be a little (lot) too obstinately Christian for my tastes as a Heathen, but as a candidate for the Constitution Party, whose views I generally agree with, minus the religious issues, anti-American? Not sure about that.

    Paul Broun: U.S. Representative elected in a free election by the people of Georgia to represent them in Congress. A freely elected official must obviously be against the progressive cause if he spouts anything but the racist (see reverse racist) propaganda which the mainstream deems appropriate. Absolutely.

    Obviously, my comments after the facts are to be taken sarcastically, but I could go on and on about the SPLC and their cohorts the ADL for hours. They defame (ironically) anyone who goes against their established party line of equality for anyone who isn't a current majority. It makes me physically sick to think that the government,, most media outlets, and by association the vast majority of the American public, take these fools as verified experts on inequality. They are a racist and anti American group themselves. However, I doubt any list I would publish on the subject of "reverse" racist groups would be published, even by those who publish Baldwin's column for shock value.

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