Sunday, January 09, 2011

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Jared Lee Loughner, the alleged shooter of Rep. Gabrielle Giffordsand others on Saturday, has been linked to anti-Semitic, anti-immigration hate group American Renaissance, according to a leaked memo from the Department of Homeland Security.
It's unclear whether Loughner maintains a direct connection to the group, however, "strong suspicion is being directed" at American Renaissance in the wake of the group being referenced in Loughner's Myspace and YouTube videos, according to the memo, which was obtained by Fox News.
American Renaissance is a white nationalist group that operates under a pseudo think tank called the New Century Foundation. The group runs a magazine and conferences based on eugenics and the superiority of whites, according to Southern Poverty Law Center.
The group considers its members to be "racial-realists," according to an "About Us" section on the American Renaissance magazine website. "Attempts to gloss over the significance of race or even to deny its reality only make problems worse," the group writes. "Progress requires the study of all aspects of race, whether historical, cultural, or biological. This approach is known as race realism."
The pseudo-science in the magazine refers to biological superiority of whites, with titles such as "Swine Flu: Is There a Racial Link?" and "Ignoring Biological Reality Means Social and Economic Catastrophe." After President Barack Obama was elected in 2008, the magazine ran a feature called "Transition to Black Rule?"
American Renaissance is opposed to the entry of non-whites into the United States and supports Arizona's SB 1070 immigration law, which was criticized as racist and challenged by the Obama Justice Department. In an introduction to readers when the magazine was started in 1990, the publication wrote that "blacks and Hispanics are, compared to whites, far more likely to be poor, illiterate, on welfare, or in jail; they are far more likely to have illegitimate children, be addicted to drugs, or have AIDS. By no definition of international competitiveness can the presence of these populations be anything but a disadvantage."
The group's connection to anti-Semitism is slightly more complicated. Although Holocaust deniers and neo-Nazis are often present at New Century Foundation conferences, group founder Jared Taylor cracked down on anti-Semitic speech in the magazine and at events, according to Southern Poverty Law Center. But after an anti-Semitic outburst at the 2006 conference, the group lost some of its Jewish supporters.


Engineer of Knowledge said...

Hello Microdot,
The Arizona's SB 1070 immigration law, was written by a Tea Party member who also has direct ties to the group called, "Stormfront" and White Supremacists groups. Yes, Arizona State Senator Russell Pearce, who submitted the bill, has, for many years, been associated with local Neo-Nazi and White Supremacist groups.

Yes, Arizona State Senator Russell Pearce, Tea Party Member, Neo-Nazi, White Supremacist, and making laws in Arizona.

Now that the facts are the Assignation Shooter, Jared Lee Loughner, of Congresswoman Gifford on Saturday, has been linked to anti-Semitic, anti-immigration hate group, “American Renaissance,” a white nationalist group that is based on eugenics and the superiority of whites.

Well I guess SEPP will be sucking gas on this news fact. His precious Tea Party is at its core base, nothing more than just another Neo-Nazi, White Supremacist hate group. He should be so proud.

mud_rake said...

The more we learn, the more scary the implications for this democracy of ours!

microdot said...

Look Sepp, I know it's pointless to ask a sadist to be reasonable, but leave me the fuck alone.
I deleted a comment by you out of sheer rage last night. I spent a sleepless night regretting it and you know what? I don't regret it, but I think half of what you do here is just fucking with people rather than reason and I don't want to play your game today.