Southern Poverty Law Center Exposes White Supremacists in the Military

According a new report to be released today by the watchdogs at the Southern Poverty Law Center, dozens of members of the neo-Nazi networking website "New Saxon" (go find the link yourself) describe themselves as active-duty members of the U.S. armed services in their online profiles.

In other words: Some of those in armed forces are also those who burn crosses—at least on the Internet. (Zack de la Rocha almost nailed it, I guess.)

The Stars and Stripes reports:

On Friday, the [Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC)] will present its findings to key members of Congress who chair the House and Senate committees overseeing the armed forces and urge them to pressure the Pentagon to crack down.


“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.” 

One servicemember on the site announced that he had been in the Army for five years, and that he "will do anything to keep our master race marching." Comments like these suggest more than just casual racism—a lot of the content seems like the expression of deeply-held beliefs by committed white supremacists. The whole thing is disturbing even if it's probably not very widespread.

The U.S. military's policy against racial extremism in the ranks is similar to its policy regarding homosexuality. Both policies are framed as safeguards against forces—racism and sexual tension—that could undermine unit cohesion.

Since "don't ask, don't tell" was implemented in 1993, about 12,000 servicemen have been discharged for revealing their homosexuality. The lackadaisical enforcement of the ban on white supremacism means that few, if any, white supremacists have gotten the boot. Which is more dangerous to unit cohesion: a gay man, or a neo-Nazi?

Mike Riggs told Reasoners what's wrong with "don't ask, don't tell" a year ago.

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  • ||

    I'm not sure I get it. "Don't ask; don't tell" is moot if some third party is trolling the web looking at soldiers' Facebook pages, right?

    Is there evidence that Neo-Nazis "revealed" their extremism and weren't dismissed, or that homosexuals were dismissed by a third party outing them?

  • ||

    Im sure Lonewacko, 24.com and other Buchananites will come defend this since you know White Supremacists support "traditional" values.

  • Jesse Walker||

    a gay man, or a neo-Nazi?

    Why can't he be both, like the late Earl Warren?

  • ||

    A person that is both this this ignorant and this passionate makes a damned fine soldier. Especially when the wars are in brown countries.

  • ||

    I think the real question is which is more dangerous to liberty: purging the military of people who have a extremely rare sexual deviation, or purging people from the military for "extremist" political views? The SPLC comes right out and uses the term "radical right". That's white nationalists they are talking about, but it's also us. What the SPLC is advocating is purging the military of anyone who disagrees with their vision of authoritarian socialism. The end goal is to turn the armed forces in to a personal army of political zealots that answers only to Obmama. It's what Ernst Röhm wanted to do in Nazi Germany- a move that even Adolf Hitler rejected as too extreme.

  • ||

    How many of those 12,000 ousted gays were straight guys who wanted out of the military before their commitment was up? How many were stop-lossed into becoming gay?

  • hmm||

    Oh no! People on the internet are talking smack? About race? Jesus help us what will we do. I guess we could throw them in jail. Persecute them for voicing their opinion. Clearly an opinion based on race or worse a negative opinion on race should be illegal and stopped.

    I wonder when they are going to expose other social clicks withing the military? Gay people, back pride, La Raza members. Or do we just focus on the white supremacist? Sometimes too much of a good thing is a bad thing. This is getting dangerously close to that point.

    Isn't there some rule or something that protects distasteful language and discussion?

    So some rednecks dislike other people based on race. They can do that. It's okay. If they act on those dislikes and infringe upon someone else's rights then we can go after them.

  • Fluffy||

    I think it's dangerous to start banning people from military service for their political views.

    On the other hand, don't all recruits have to swear an oath to defend the Constitution? Being gay doesn't contradict that oath, but belonging to some Christian Identity or White Nationalist groups does. As would membership in a Stalinist organization. If you can't honestly swear to defend our republican institutions and ALL of our citizens, then you shouldn't be in the military. If for no other reason then the fact that your membership in the military is potentially an element of a conspiracy to subvert the military against the republic.

  • ||

    From the snippet quoted, the problem with white supremacists in the military isn't that they make it dangerous for non-whites in the military and non-whites in countries where our military is stationed... apparently, the *real* danger is that the military trains potential domestic terrorists, who might inflict collateral damage on (shudder), whites.

  • ||

    Meh. Methinks Intern Flanigen has a future writing for the evening news. All reaction, no substance.

  • hmm||

    I forgot to add I don't care what you fuck or want to fuck. If you shoot straight and follow orders your a welcome addition to the line.

    Which is more dangerous to unit cohesion: a gay man, or a neo-Nazi?



    Considering the level of homophobia through out all races in the military I would say the gay man.(I'd say the minorities black and Latina are far more homophobic than most whites) The real question is who fucking cares about either if they are willing to do their job.

  • ||

    How about we radically reduce the size of the military until we get involved in a war (not started by us, of course)?

    HAHAHAHAHAHA

    Oh, I crack myself up.

  • DHS||

    don't all recruits have to swear an oath to defend the Constitution?

    That's how you know they're right-wing extremists.

  • Sosnowski||

    What is a Neo-Nazi? Does anyone know?

  • ||

    dozens of members of the neo-Nazi networking website "New Saxon" (go find the link yourself) describe themselves as active-duty members of the U.S. armed services in their online profiles.

    And nobody with neo-Nazi leanings would ever lie about being active-duty military on the intertubes, would they?

    Purging the military of those with unacceptable political views - what could possibly go wrong?

  • Gilbert Martin||

    The Southern Poverty Law Center sees "white supremecists" under every rock.

    It's part of their business model to feed that kind of stuff to the leftists in and outside the media who love to lap it up and cite the SPLC as the authority on such things.

    The Southern Poverty Law Center doesn't even remotely resemble any sort of authority on anything.

  • Rhywun||

    "Extremely rare sexual deviation"--that's cute.

  • ktc2||

    I remember being called before my CO one Monday afternoon because somebody passing in the hall of my on-base apartment heard he word 'nigger' being used in my apartment, repeatedly.

    I was fortunate enough to have my friend who said it come with me to this "meeting". He's black. He admitted it was him, that was the end of it.

  • God Fearing Atheist||

    For fucks sake, what someone thinks is not a crime nor a call to action for a bureaucracy.

  • Peter||

    Won't all these neo-Nazi get stuck in a tough spot with only a few other soldiers left trying to find their way out of some hostile situation together and ultimately come to like their black fellow soldier, condemning their previous ways and becoming normal citizens? That's how it works in the movies...

  • Sosnowski||

    Yes, something like that does happen a lot. Gradual, not very dramatic though.
    Smartass.

  • 24AheadDotCom||

    1. LibertarianBlue (chevydriver007@gmail.com) appears to be someone who pollutes debate at volokh.com by misleading about others' positions, and yet an example can be seen in its comment above. Obviously, it has to lie since it has no argument.

    2. What Reason fails to note, of course, is all the issues relating to the Southern Poverty Law Center. Instead of admitting tha they might be right about some things while opposing them overall, Reason promotes them (see the title).

    3. Five days ago (not the usual three weeks) I discussed an amendment designed to keep "hate groups" out of the military. Except, Holder gets to define "hate". Oh, and it includes "extremists" and not just those who are violent. And, it includes those taking part in blogs and forums.

    P.S. In case anyone replies to this, their responses will almost assuredly be ad homs, thereby conceding my points and showing the childish, anti-intellectual nature of libertarians.

  • ChrisO||

    I wonder if the SPLC would be equally worried about soldiers who are members of La Raza, MEChA, the New Black Panther Party or the Nation of Islam?

    From what I've seen, the "White Power" movement consists of a handful of toothless yokels who aren't capable of accomplishing anything, and who certainly aren't winning over legions of their fellow "Aryans."

    As Gilbert Martin says, this appears to be more about Morris Dees's bank account than anything substantive.

  • Warty||

    Shut the fuck up, Lonewacko. Have the courage of your convictions and become a Neo-Nazi. Or a homosexual. One of the two.

  • edna||

    And nobody with neo-Nazi leanings would ever lie about being active-duty military on the intertubes, would they?

    bingo. did i mention that i'm a famous porn star who's also a billionaire? and my nobel prize?

    From what I've seen, the "White Power" movement consists of a handful of toothless yokels who aren't capable of accomplishing anything, and who certainly aren't winning over legions of their fellow "Aryans."

    double bingo. why does anyone pay attention to them? oh yeah, publicity and money.

  • Sosnowski||

    24, I'll field this one:
    Your ending catch phrase has always been stupid. However, you are quite right: it is bizarre to see such an article in Reason, even on a blog. Besides, there haven't been any real Nazis since 1934 and even those guys were idiots.

  • ||

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    2) you take a shot at Reason.
    3) you take another shot at Reason.


    didja cum yet?

  • </a||

    I wonder if the SPLC would be equally worried about soldiers who are members of La Raza, MEChA, the New Black Panther Party or the Nation of Islam?

    Of course not. Ethnic solidarity is only a bad thing when white people practice it.

  • kilroy||


    According a new report to be released today by the watchdogs at the Southern Poverty Law Center, dozens of members of the neo-Nazi networking website "New Saxon" (go find the link yourself) describe themselves as active-duty members of the U.S. armed services in their online profiles.



    Bill Flanigen is an idiot.

  • Pink Cosmotarian||

    "Raaaaaaaacist!"

  • Anonymous||

    (go find the link yourself)


    Never heard of rel=nofollow?

  • hmm||

  • Kolohe||

    Read the article this morning in an actual paper version of stars and stripes. Some thoughts:

    1) The stripes reporter found 130 people when he searched on 'occupation' for 'military' There are about 500,000 in the active duty army, another 700,000 in the rest of the services, and another million or so in the reserves. Compared to 130, I think the miltary has found more cases of swine flu.

    2) As said above, coming out to your command for being gay or racist is different than keeping your gayness or racist views to yourself. And to be frank, most of the cases that are making the news of people being discharged under DADT are basically acts of civil disobedience (and everything positive and negative that implies). Not to say there haven't been witchhunts in the past or could be at present. But everyone pretty much knows or supsects at least one dude in their unit who probably bats from the opposite side of the plate, even if they don't know it themselves.

    3) The dude that the stripes interviewed *was* being processed out of the miltary for being incompatible with the service.

    4) When you post on that site, you're not just slpc politically incorrect, you're a flat out racist. if found you should be kicked out of the military. Your views are *not* conducive to accomplishing the mission.

    5) Shut the fuck up lonewacko.

  • Kolohe||

    One more thing. Love how all of them were 'single but looking for the right white woman to propogate the race'.

    With smooth talk like that, who needs Axe?

  • ChrisO||

    4) When you post on that site, you're not just slpc politically incorrect, you're a flat out racist. if found you should be kicked out of the military. Your views are *not* conducive to accomplishing the mission.

    That's an interesting POV. I'm kind of mixed on it, personally, simply because I fear the onset of any sort of ideological barrier to military service.

    However, anyone who posts on "New Saxon" is clearly a fucking tool who would seem more likely to do something counter-productive in a bad situation. The military has to be able to expel people like that in order to maintain effectiveness.

    On the other hand, the ban on gays in the military is simply stupid. I've heard some of the better-argued rationales for it (unit cohesion and all that), and it still isn't convincing. If a soldier does something that causes unit disruption for any reason, they should be disciplined, but the mere fact of their sexual orientation doesn't constitute "doing" anything.

  • Jesse Walker||

    What Reason fails to note, of course, is all the issues relating to the Southern Poverty Law Center. Instead of admitting tha they might be right about some things while opposing them overall, Reason promotes them

    Ahem:

    America's Right Turn tells how Morris Dees' letters kept McGovern's candidacy afloat. It doesn't mention the peculiar profitability of the Southern Poverty Law Center, the civil rights group Dees co-founded in 1971, which raises boatloads of cash with manipulative mailings that wildly exaggerate the prevalence of "hate groups" and of racially motivated violence.

    Writing in Harper's in 2000, Ken Silverstein pointed out that the center had earned $27 million from fund raising and $17 million from investments the previous year but had spent only $13 million on its programs. "Dees's compensation alone amounts to one quarter the annual budget of the Atlanta-based Southern Center for Human Rights, which handles several dozen death-penalty cases a year," Silverstein noted. There's a thin line separating spam from scam.

  • ||

    The Southern Poverty Law Center sees "white supremecists" under every rock.

    It's part of their business model to feed that kind of stuff to the leftists in and outside the media who love to lap it up and cite the SPLC as the authority on such things.

    The Southern Poverty Law Center doesn't even remotely resemble any sort of authority on anything.

    Here, here!

  • ||

    Jesse Walker, that was not an ad-hom, childish anti-intelectual response. Just what kind of libertarian are you?

  • Jesse Walker||

    I must be one of the sockpuppets.

  • ||

    Found this chick on the "New Saxon" site:
    SchwarzundRot
    Female
    17 years old
    Cleveland, Mississippi
    United States
    and also apparently into heavy S&M bondage, sign me up!

  • BeesInTheBrain||

    I'm lost as to the point of this article, can someone explain it to me? Usually my reading comprehension is fairly high but could someone explain if I understood it correctly.

    My understanding of the logic flow is

    Facts
    Of the 15000+ murders in the US each year "several" of them are perpetuated "by extremists of the radical right" (I'm guessing there are referring to less than 12 based on other language in this article.)

    Of the over 2 million military personnel "dozens" have posted on a neo-Nazi website. (I'm guessing the max "dozens" could be is 98, otherwise the phrase over a hundred would have been used.)

    Few, if any, white supremacists have gotten the boot. I am kinda wondering where the supporting evidence for this is but we will go with it.

    Conclusions
    That somehow that somehow identifying a maximum of 98 out of 2 million people being racist and 11 out of 15000 murders constitutes "mounting evidence" that the military isn't keeping enough racists out.

    A conclusion that Bill seems to support by stating that the low number of discharges is the result of "lackadaisical enforcement of the ban on white supremacism."

    Personally I would expect that if the best evidence if of "dozens" out of 2 million the number of discharges would be low. I am especially confused as to how there could be any expectation that the number of white supremacist kick out of the military could be anywhere near "12000" based the SPLC's evidence.

  • Abdul||

    Well, if there's one thing neo-nazis do well, it's fight.

    And if we have to send someone into harm's way, why not them?

    I'm kinda warming up to this idea.

  • BeesInTheBrain||

    Grrrr Kolohe, beat me to it.

  • ||

    Being a racist doesn't mean you're violent, but I think it's a good idea to be on the lookout for wackos who join the military, a la Timothy McVeigh..

  • ShutterGeek||

    Hmm,

    "Considering the level of homophobia through out all races in the military I would say the gay man.(I'd say the minorities black and Latina are far more homophobic than most whites)"

    I would suspect that anti-neo-nazi sentiment (especially among "the minorities black and Latina") is at least as prevalent as anti-gay sentiment. Do you have any statistics that suggest your view?

    I'm leaving aside, for the moment, the questionable logic that we should forbid participation by someone because they might be discriminated against.

  • hmm||

    I must be one of the sockpuppets.

    Careful. The SPLC has identified military trained sockpuppet hate groups and I hear they have been rampaging through Walmarts and Kmarts killing your young and undeveloped sockpuppets.

    Being a racist doesn't mean you're violent, but I think it's a good idea to be on the lookout for wackos who join the military, a la Timothy McVeigh..

    The glaring assumption being that the views and willingness to act on those views are present when serving. Most who enter the military do so at a younger age. How many people maintain the same views they did between between 18-22 and between 30-34?

  • MJF||

    And here I thought this was an ironic contribution in furtherance of Reason's look at Time magazine scare stories.

  • ||

    This is kind of like when McCarthy started looking for "communist infiltration into the military."

    Except Dees, unlike McCarthy, apparently isn't an alcoholic who will die when his liver shuts down. Oh, and McCarthy did it for power, Dees is just out to scam money.

    The reality is that the military overall has, and continues to be, ahead of society at large in terms of race relations and equality.

    Interestingly enough, Southern population centers with nearby military bases tend to be islands of desegregation whose desegragation tended to spread from those islands.

  • ||

    I have heard that they found the tags of street gangs like the Bloods and the Crips (have no idea if these gangs are there or not just the most famous) in Iraq. I have also heard that these street gangs have ordered some of their members to join the military in order to get military training. I haven't RTFA, but I doubt they care about that.

  • ||

    "Interestingly enough, Southern population centers with nearby military bases tend to be islands of desegregation whose desegragation tended to spread from those islands."

    rob, I livedd mostly in the deep south as a child including next door to Fort Rucker Alabama. The local are around the base was and is leaps and bounds ahaead of other areas of the south in race relations and tolerance.

  • ||

    brotherben - Sorry, that was exactly what I meant: the bases and the surrounding areas tended to be models of tolerance. I once drove west from NAS Pensacola and stopped for gas in a part of Alabama that was nothing like Fort Rucker... it was an eye-opener!

  • T||

    Well, Morris Dees and his meal ticket aside, are white supremacists in the military? Yes, or at least they were in 1987-1993. Are there a lot of them? No. Are they a danger to unit cohesion and morale? I doubt it. They didn't seem to be back then.

    The military gets points for being racially integrated, but the true racists don't change their spots just because they joined up. They just learn to keep their mouths shut. All the SPLC has proved is that some people are incorrigible dumbasses. Gee, that's news worth calling your congresscritter about.

  • Tomcat1066||

    What is a Neo-Nazi? Does anyone know?

    A Neo-Nazi is a racist who can stop bullets with his mind because he's pure awesome.

    Duh.

    ;)

  • ||

    I would think a bigger problem in the military is street gangs and the behaviors associated with thugs of that nature.

  • Peter Orvetti||

    I tend to agree that folks should not be kicked out of the military because of their views -- but nor should they be because of their sexual orientation. But that's not the primary issue here. The issue is that, right now, both "neo-Nazi" views and open homosexuality are banned in the U.S. military. By ousting those "guilty" of the latter but not the former, the U.S. government is implicitly saying being gay is worse than being racist.

  • ||

    rob, don't apologize. I was giving anecdotal support to your statement.

  • T||

    By ousting those "guilty" of the latter but not the former, the U.S. government is implicitly saying being gay is worse than being racist.

    Well, I'm just thinking out loud here, but wouldn't a neo-Nazi have to have some connection to the original Nazi ideology? If you're just a racist you probably wouldn't qualify.

    OT: a buddy of mine in the army used to like to sandbag political discussions by setting out positions very similar to the 25 Points of National Socialism and getting people to agree with him. Then he'd drop the "so, you're a nazi" bomb. Good times.

  • LibertarianBlue||

    24.com

    Spare me your wannabe intellectual talking points. Im going to go out on a limb here and if say if some conservative news site found proof that Black Panthers were in the military you would be one of the first to scream kick them out of the military. So give me a break.

    Other note: Why is it when Reason brings up race, all the Daily Kos, Freeper, and World Cunt Daily idiots show up?

  • Straight plotzi for the gay na||

    Did you know that some Nazis are gay? It's true. Not all of them have come out of the bunker, mind...

  • ||

    Of course the SPLC is going after white extremist but what they fail to explain in the report is the other extremist in the military. Yes people MS13, crips, bloods , mexican mafia and the Latin Kings. Last time I checked these extremists group have caused more terror and chaos then Neo Nazi's ever have. The JDL and the SPLC time has come and gone. We have an black president.

  • Offender||

    Original Song Title:
    "Lazy Day"
    Original Performer:
    Spanky And Our Gang

    Parody Song Title:
    "Nazi Gay"
    Parody Written by:
    Offender

    I can't quite put my finger on it, but something really creeps me out about how all those guys from the old World War II film always marched around in their tight black uniforms with all of their limbs stuck out ramrod straight, as if they had a broomstick up their... I think I know what it is now.

    Jews die, barbed line,
    Search lights shining, Luger fires in the dark;
    Regime, hate dream,
    Darkened sky: smoke stacks puff ashes and sparks...

    He's a gay, and he's half-crazy; he likes to murder Jews;
    He holds his hand erect as if to say: "Bugger you!"

    Nazi gay;
    Wish I could keep him away.
    Nazi gay;
    Gives me intestinal pain.

    He likes sodomy. (He likes bigotry.)
    How he buggers me! (He likes faggotry.)

    Nazi gay, Nazi gay,
    Nazi gay is such a sleaze!

    Blue eyes, blond line;
    Aryan with swastika on his arm;
    Wotan, Ernst Roehm;
    Leering at me, doing physical harm.

    While he's plucking at my feathers, he eliminates the Jews.
    Elimination fascinates him... troubles me, too.

    Nazi gay;
    Waving that thing in my face.
    Nazi gay;
    The Third Reich's secret disgrace.

    As he's petting me (what a felony),
    How it's fretting me (what I have to see)!

    Nazi gay, Nazi gay,
    Nazi gay says I'm a tease!

    [Choral Interlude]

    While he's plucking at my feathers, he eliminates the Jews.
    He holds his hand erect as if to say: "Bugger you!"

    Nazi gay;
    Wish I could keep him away.
    Nazi gay;
    Gives me intestinal pain.

    Nazi gay;
    Waving that thing in my face.
    Nazi gay;
    The Third Reich's secret disgrace.
    (etc.)

    I've also seen a clip from a Nazi propaganda film that shows a couple of the Hitler Youth soaping each other in the showers. Maybe it was all perfectly innocent.

  • ||

    Lonewacko makes some good points about SPLC. It is a racist, extremist, big gubmint lovin' organization. Therefore, a journalist who takes pride in his work should always include certain fundamental facts about an organization in any story regarding the same.

  • 24AheadDotCom||

    Jesse Walker linked to a 2005 article he wrote that mentioned the SPLC, but failed to note that at least once (and probably more) Weigel promoted them, and that was more recent.

    P.S. Maybe Jesse Walker would care to tell us why commenters (or perhaps even contributors) from this site are going and making Matt Yglesias look bad.

  • ChrisO||

    Found this chick on the "New Saxon" site:
    SchwarzundRot
    Female
    17 years old
    Cleveland, Mississippi
    United States
    and also apparently into heavy S&M bondage, sign me up!


    Fact check:

    Ernest
    43 years old, 400 lbs.
    Cleveland, Mississippi
    United States
    and also apparently into painting military figurines.

  • ||

    I can't think of anyone I'd rather have on the front lines in one of our numerous deadly international engagements than white supremacists.

  • Jesse Walker||

    Jesse Walker linked to a 2005 article he wrote that mentioned the SPLC, but failed to note that at least once (and probably more) Weigel promoted them, and that was more recent.

    So one article "promotes" the SPLC and another one criticizes it, and your conclusion is that Reason as an institution promotes the SPLC? Even by your standards, that's a stretch.

    Meanwhile, you might want to link to the article in which Dave allegedly "promoted" the group, so we can decide for ourselves whether your characterization is accurate. When it comes to reading comprehension, your track record is, um, spotty.

    P.S. Maybe Jesse Walker would care to tell us why commenters (or perhaps even contributors) from this site are going and making Matt Yglesias look bad.

    I'd rather not get drawn into whatever persecution fantasy you're spinning here. But if you're interested in chatting about something other than the SPLC, maybe you could answer those three questions you keep dodging?

  • ||

    The Southern Poverty Law Center doesn't even remotely resemble any sort of authority on anything.

    They are a good reverse barometer - anything that puckers up their ani must be something to not be unduly worried about.

  • hmm||

    Troll ownage in aisle 6, we need a clean up in aisle 6.

    The SPLC, as with a lot of narrowly focused groups, tends to be self serving in many respects. They also tend to practice a policy of passive fear mongering.

  • Art-P.O.G.||

    I can say from firsthand experience that most of the comments in this thread are accurate.

    Also, I found brotherben and Jesse Walker's demolition of 24 "Lonewacko" A Head delightful.

  • Howee||

    Of course, Morris Dees and his ilk would NEVER take a similar stance vs., say, communists (nor black racist groups.)

    F*ck the Nazis, commies, racists of all sorts, and Morris Dees and SPLC... but let 'em all exercise their rights.

  • ||

    How cans we even be axeing if it be allowed to throw these racist crackers out? Lordy Lordy, thank God for morris dees, he gonna get me promoted finally, get them whites out the way! BTW, the jet fighter plane was *stolen* from ancient egyptions by the white man, just like the internet. ;-)

  • ||

    What the hell is that racist, eugenicist organization UN doing with that flag on the top of this website?

    UGH.. I will never come here again.

    LaRAZA should be added to SPLC if it really is an organization that lists racism.

    The founder of La Raza, Jose Angel Gutiterrez said the following ON VIDEO:

    "We have an aging white America….
    They are dying…. They are ********
    In their pants with fear! I love it"
    "We're a new Mestizo nation."
    "We have got to eliminate the gringo.
    And what I mean by that is if worst comes to worse, we have got to kill him."

    Note: THEY ARE RECIEVING US TAX DOLLARS!!!

  • ||

    Wow morris dees must be record-bored!

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