United States Action
UNITED STATES REGIONAL TERROR and hate GROUPS
In this age of Global Terrorist attacks on the United States of America, it would be desirable to believe that we could at least count on the loyalty of all USA citizens to help protect and preserve our country's security. However, history has shown otherwise, and as discouraging as it is, we must realize that some of the threat of violence and terror to the United States is from organizations with twisted sense of values that attack our own Homeland.
Be informed - be watchful - look for
clues - help the USA stop these Hate Groups that Threaten a Free Society and
help us bring these United States Terrorists to Justice!
In 1981, in response to the resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) began to monitor hate activity. Today, the Center's Intelligence Project tracks the activities of more than 600 racist and neo-Nazi groups. In 1994, after uncovering links between white supremacist organizations and elements of the emerging antigovernment "Patriot" movement, the Center expanded its monitoring operation to include the activities of militias and other extremist antigovernment groups. Six months before the Oklahoma City bombing, the Center warned the U.S. Attorney General that the new mixture of armed militia groups and those who hate was a recipe for disaster. At the peak of the Patriot movement in the mid-1990s, the Center tracked more than 800 militia-like Patriot groups. Today, that number has dwindled to fewer than 200.
HATE GROUP DEFINITIONS
All hate groups
have beliefs or practices that attack or malign an entire class of people, typically
for their immutable characteristics.