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    IR: So the idea was to create the illusion of a grassroots movement that was supported by a significant number of Americans?

    SWARTZ: Yes indeed, to confuse the press. The leaked memos did bring some public attention to the Tanton network, and some of these linkages were further exposed in the early 1990s.

    More recently, FAIR's tax records established that the Center for Immigration Studies, which has become an influential Washington institution, was spun off from FAIR as a separate organization. But these facts aren't widely known by the public today.

    For years and years, FAIR and these other spinoffs have been part of a strategy of, "Well, it can't just be FAIR and other major Tanton creations like U.S. English and the Center for Immigration Studies, because then it's too easy to pin us down. So therefore how about creating NumbersUSA, English First, the American Immigration Control Foundation and all these smaller local groups?"

    All of this was anticipated by the memos, which were written in 1986, two years before the leak.
    Read the FULL ARTICLE here :

    http://www.splcenter.org/intel/intel...cle.jsp?aid=91

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    IR: So the idea was to create the illusion of a grassroots movement that was supported by a significant number of Americans?

    SWARTZ: Yes indeed, to confuse the press. The leaked memos did bring some public attention to the Tanton network, and some of these linkages were further exposed in the early 1990s.

    More recently, FAIR's tax records established that the Center for Immigration Studies, which has become an influential Washington institution, was spun off from FAIR as a separate organization. But these facts aren't widely known by the public today.

    For years and years, FAIR and these other spinoffs have been part of a strategy of, "Well, it can't just be FAIR and other major Tanton creations like U.S. English and the Center for Immigration Studies, because then it's too easy to pin us down. So therefore how about creating NumbersUSA, English First, the American Immigration Control Foundation and all these smaller local groups?"

    All of this was anticipated by the memos, which were written in 1986, two years before the leak.
    Read the FULL ARTICLE here :

    http://www.splcenter.org/intel/intel...cle.jsp?aid=91

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      Going Lawless
      Border Guardians leader calls for violence
      By Susy Buchanan and David Holthouse


      April 19, 2006 -- A prominent anti-immigration leader has secretly urged the nation's largest neo-Nazi group to launch a campaign of violence and harassment against undocumented workers in the United States.

      Laine Lawless, who started a group called Border Guardians last year, sent an April 3 e-mail to Mark Martin, "SS commander" of the Western Ohio unit of the National Socialist Movement, which has 59 chapters in 30 states. It was titled, "How to GET RID OF THEM!"...

      ..."Maybe some of your warriors for the race would be the kind of people willing to implement some of these ideas," Lawless wrote. "I'm not ready to come out on this. ... Please don't use my name. THANKS."

      At the request of Lawless, who declined to respond to questions from the Intelligence Report, Martin posted her suggestions to a number of neo-Nazi bulletin boards. Those suggestions included:

      "Steal the money from any illegal walking into a bank or check cashing place."

      "Make every illegal alien feel the heat of being a person without status. ... I hear the rednecks in the South are beating up illegals as the textile mills have closed. Use your imagination."

      "Discourage Spanish-speaking children from going to school. Be creative."

      "Create an anonymous propaganda campaign warning that any further illegal immigrants will be shot, maimed or seriously messed-up upon crossing the border. This should be fairly easy to do, considering the hysteria of the Spanish language press, and how they view the Minutemen as ˜racists & vigilantes.'"...



      READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE:

      http://www.splcenter.org/intel/news/item.jsp?aid=54

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        • #5
          omg is this for real???

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          • #6
            NO, IT'S ALL MYTHS AND LIES !!!

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