Lefties Attempt to Muzzle Immigration Restrictionists
According to its website, the AJC’s mission is to protect the welfare and security of Jews "throughout the world" by "promoting pluralism and shared democratic values." I suppose this means everywhere but Israel.
In any event the AJC sent a letter to the presidents of CNN, FOX and MSNBC. "It is inappropriate and offensive," whined AJC General Counsel Jeffrey Sinensky, "for major television programs to provide a microphone to individuals and organizations that promote hate, espouse vigilantism, white supremacy, or even violence in the immigration debate."
So who are the hatemongers so obviously getting a hearing from Keith Olbermann and Wolf Blitzer? Has the Grand Wizard of the KKK chatted up Larry King? Heck, did I miss Jared Taylor on the tube bantering with Jack Cafferty or Chris Matthews?
No, the alleged haters are Jim Gilchrist and Chris Simcox of the Minuteman Project and Dan Stein of FAIR. According the AJC, Gilchrist and company are vigilantes (?) who use sinister "code words" to propagate a message of hate.
According to La Raza president Janet Murguía, Pat Buchanan’s last book tour was "a hateful tirade about immigration" and that Pat’s views are "unacceptable in a democratic society."
Morris Dees and his ambulance chasing outfit, the Southern Poverty Law Center, are on the hunt, too. According to spokesman Mark Potok, Lou Dobbs is fueling the spread of hate groups by spinning conspiracy theories and lies from his CNN perch.
Not surprisingly, America’s corporate elite is funding the attack on immigration realists. While a journalist with the gifts and courage of Peter Brimelow has to beg and scrape for contributions, left-wing organizations tap their multi-billion dollar funding apparatus in corporate America. Here is a list of some of La Raza’s supporters that you should consider boycotting.