Saturday, March 28, 2009

Dees' SPLC Behind Mo. "Scare" Documents

Well, whaddya know?

The warning earlier prompted Americans for Legal Immigration to issue a "national advisory" against relying on any such reports.

The Missouri
document, it said, "attempted to politicize police and cast suspicion on millions of Americans. The 'Missouri Documents,' as they came to be called, listed over 32 characteristics police should watch for as signs or links to domestic terrorists, which could threaten police officers, court officials, and infrastructure targets.

"Police were instructed to look for Americans who were concerned about unemployment,
taxes, illegal immigration, gangs, border security, abortion, high costs of living, gun restrictions, FEMA, the IRS, The Federal Reserve, and the North American Union/SPP/North American Community. The 'Missouri Documents' also said potential domestic terrorists might like gun shows, short wave radios, combat movies, movies with white male heroes, Tom Clancey Novels, and Presidential Candidates Ron Paul, Bob Barr, and Chuck Baldwin!" ALIPAC wrote.

It said the report cited the
Southern Poverty Law Center as a resource.

Senior (read: 'mature and sensible') Missouri law enforcement officials have rescinded the 'warning' document and revised procedures for issuance of similar warnings.

Morry Dees' Southern Poverty Law Center is at the center of a number of controversies, but has made Morry Dees very wealthy.

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