Hit pieces deserving of Pulitzer Prizes in propaganda – if such a category existed - are trumpeting the message that white people are terrorists.
“They’re not jihadists,” claims an op-ed piece in the L.A. Times. “They are white, right-wing Americans, nearly all with an obsessive attachment to guns, who may represent a greater danger to the lives of American civilians than international terrorists.”
Specifically, whites who mistrust the government are now openly being named as a key threat to national security.
“These groups should be closely monitored, with resources adequate to the task, even if it means shifting some homeland security money from the hunt for foreign terrorists,” states the L.A. Times article.
The Southern Poverty Law Center launched the movement last week by demanding in a letter that the Department of Homeland Security and Justice Department create a task force to investigate and monitor “Alex Jones, We Are Change, Oath Keepers, the Constitution Party, the Tyranny Response Team and thousands of other Americans outside of the orbit of the establishment,” Kurt Nimmo reported on Infowars.com.
Talk show host Alex Jones has repeatedly warned the war on terror would turn against the American public.
“The whole war on terror, as I warned you about for the last 11 years, is about gun owners, constitutionalists, returning veterans, and now – and I already saw this in the training stuff two years ago and I told you – white Al-Qaeda,” Jones said during Wednesday’s broadcast.
Sarcastically, he added, “Whites know they are the source of all evil. The media tells us that.”
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) presents its case through a featured story in its Spring 2013 magazine titled “The Year in Hate and Extremism 2012.”
Jones is mentioned in the SPLC article "White Hot," which uses anonymous comments on websites to establish patriots as racists. The article drags Jones' name through the mud by referencing one comment made by an unknown person on an article on Infowars.com. It fails to mention a single thing Jones said in writing or on the air because he continually encourages people of all races and backgrounds to peacefully take part in preserving constitutional rights.
Interestingly enough, the SPLC called Jones a conspiracy theorist in 2011 for suggesting the the real 'war on terror' would end up being against white people. Now it is leading that cause by demanding the government investigate its critics.
The Southern Poverty Law Center devotes an entire website page to Jones in an attempt to discredit him and label him as a conspiracy theorist and extremist. It serves as a classic example of how organizations practice character assassinations by compiling and distributing inflammatory and inaccurate dossiers on people who threaten to expose them.
Government bailout-funded MSNBC praises the SPLC report, thanking them for exposing that anti-government hate groups are now at an all-time high. MSNBC also predicted America is on the verge of the staging of another attack similar to the Oklahoma City bombing.
However, a look at many of the comments being posted on the MSNBC video promoting the SPLC report suggests one thing.
The public isn’t buying the propaganda and race-baiting, anymore.