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Southern Poverty Law Center co-founder assaulted his wife and used a vibrator on step-daughter

Thu, 02 Aug 2018 14:17:59 +0000

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The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is ostensibly a civil rights non-profit but, in fact, is a left-wing hater of Christians and conservatives. See:

As in the case with so many leftists, it turns out that the co-founder of SPLC, Morris Dees, 81, is a creep who beat his wife and tried to molest his step-daughter with a vibrator sex-toy.

We know this from a recently-uncovered court document from the divorce proceedings of Dees and his ex-wife, Maureene, which was obtained by Big League Politics.

In two reports for Big League Politics (here and here), Peter D’Abrosca writes that Maureene Dees filed for divorce on March 8, 1979 after a decade-long marriage marred by difficulties. According to the appellant brief filed by her attorneys (Maury Smith, Julia S. Waters and Charles M. Crook) in the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals:

(1) While still married to Maureene, Morris had an adulterous “permanent relationship” with a woman named Vicki Booker McGaha. Morris paid for Vicki’s abortion of their 5-months-old child.

(2) Morris Dees physically assaulted Maureene

In March 1979, Maureene finally left Morris for good. She had leverage to obtain a favorable divorce settlement because of Morris’ open adultery. By that time, Maureene herself had acquired a lover named Brian O’Daugherty.

One night, Morris set a trap for Maureen. He and a private detective hid in the bathroom of Maureen’s D.C. hotel room, jumped out and took photographs of Maureen and O’Daugherty in bed to use against her in divorce court.

According to the court brief, Morris said: “Alright sister, you wanted a divorce. Now I want one, because I’ve got you where I want you.” Then he hit Maureene and gave her a busted jaw. He wrote something on paper which he gave her to sign. This document, entered unto evidence as Plaintiff’s Exhibit 43, was a separation agreement.

(3) Morris Dees, peeping Tom, tried to molest step-daughter with vibrator

According to court testimony, among other perverted sexual behavior, Morris Dees attempted to molest his 18-year-old step-daughter with a sex toy. Holly Buck was Maureene Dees’ daughter from a previous marriage.

The brief says:

“Holly testified that, in the summer of 1977, Morris attempted to molest her in the following incident: One night Maureene and Morris were sitting drinking wine and discussing a case Morris was trying. [Holly] was with them. Around eleven or twelve o’clock, Maureene went to bed and Holly stayed up with Morris discussing the case. Morris kept offering Holly wine, some of which she accepted.”

Holly testified that she declined, choosing to go to bed instead. The brief continues:

“She went to her room and then went into the bathroom. Looking out the window, she saw Morris in the bushes beside the bathroom window looking in. She said ‘Morris, is that you’, but he said nothing and ran away.”

Two months later, things got worse:

“[M]orris entered [Holly’s] room…. He was in his [bikini] underwear and he sat on the bed where Holly was lying on her stomach facing away from the door. He touched her on the back and woke her up. He told her that he had brough [sic] her a present, and he presented her with a vibrator. He plugged it in and said he had brought it to her. He proceeded to rub it on her back and said ‘Let me show you how to use it.’ [H]e started to place it between her legs when she raised her voice and said no loudly.

About two hours later, she had fallen back asleep and he came back in. He brought the vibrator with him, plugged it in and said again, ‘Let me show you how to use it.’ He tried to show her again by putting it between her legs, but she raised her voice again and he stopped. He took it and left.”

Here’s a screenshot of Holly’s account:

See also these other Democrat creeps:

I see a pattern. Don’t you?

~Eowyn

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Fake Hate-Crime: Anti-Trump homosexual, posing as pro-Trump Nazi, vandalized Indiana church

Last November, St. David’s Episcopal Church, a pro-LGBT church in Bean Blossom, Indiana, garnered national headlines when immediately after the 2016 presidential election, it was spray-painted with graffiti — the messages “Heil Trump,” “Fag Church,” and a swastika.
It turns out that, once again, the church vandalism is a fake hate-crime by — surprise! — a liberal.

Michael Gryboski reports for Christian Post that on May 3, 2017, Brown County Prosecutor Ted Adams filed a criminal mischief charge against George Nathaniel “Nathan” Stang — St. David’s Episcopal Church’s organist and an openly homosexual liberal who has admitted to vandalizing the church with fake pro-Trump Nazi graffiti.
In an interview with the IndyStar, the 26-year-old Stang explained that he vandalized the church as a “false flag” operation to rally people following Trump’s electoral victory. He said: “I guess one of the driving factors behind me committing the act was that I wanted other people to be scared with me. I’m very sad to have created more hate in a world that already has too much hate … The congregation doesn’t deserve it, the emotional turmoil I put them through.”

“It was November, shortly after the presidential election. Stang told everyone he discovered the graffiti when he arrived for Sunday morning services,” reported WTHR. “Detectives immediately suspected the crime was committed by someone familiar with the church. They said cell phone records put Stang in the area Saturday night.”

Following the election of Donald Trump last November, many claimed that there was a spike in hate crimes directed toward liberals, Muslims, and racial minorities. The Southern Poverty Law Center claimed in a report last December that over 1,000 hate crimes were committed between Nov. 9 and Dec. 12 of 2016:

“Overall, anti-immigrant incidents (315) remain the most reported, followed by anti-black (221), anti-Muslim (112), and anti-LGBT (109). Anti-Trump incidents numbered 26 (6 of which were also anti-white in nature, with 2 non-Trump related anti-white incidents reported) . . . . [A]round 37 percent of all incidents directly referenced either President-elect Donald Trump, his campaign slogans, or his infamous remarks about sexual assault.”

But Associate Editor of Reason Elizabeth Nolan Brown maintains this wave of alleged hate crimes was mostly comprised of hoaxes and exaggerations rather than actual bigoted violence:

“The bottom line is that when it comes to physical aggression inspired by this election, we are looking at a little more than a dozen incidents reported, over a 10 day period, in a country of roughly 318.9 million people—none of which resulted in serious injuries. Regarding the rash of hateful graffiti and signs popping up this week: while some was certainly meant to offend or inspire terror, other times it has turned out to be the work of anti-Trump forces who intended it as commentary on how they perceive ‘Trump’s America.'”

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BLM vs. Bundy: Bundy spews, while Reid calls militia “domestic terrorists”

Bundy militia vs BLMNearly two weeks after a tense standoff between armed BLM agents and a 1,000-strong coalition (of armed militia-men, cowboys on horseback, states’ rights advocates and gun rights activists) over the BLM’s roundup of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy’s cattle from federal rangeland, armed militia campers are still guarding Bundy’s ranch near the town of Bunkerville, about 80 miles northeast of Las Vegas.

67-year-old Bundy says he doesn’t recognize federal authority on the land his family settled and has used since the late 1870s, when Bunkerville was founded. His dispute with the BLM dates to 1993, when the government designated the  Gold Butte area as protected habitat for the endangered desert tortoise and cut Bundy’s allotment of cows. Bundy quit paying grazing fees (the current fee is $1.35 per cow per month). The BLM canceled his grazing permit and ordered him to remove his cattle. Federal judges upheld the agency action.

(See “Bundy’s beef with BLM is about Federal vs. State ownership of land in Nevada” and “Leaders of 9 western states meet to take land back from federal govt”.)

In what Bundy advocates call the Battle of Bunkerville on April 12, 2014, the federal government eventually backed off, citing safety concerns. BLM agents were faced with military-style AR-15 and AK-47 weapons trained on them from a picket line of citizen soldiers on an Interstate 15 overpass, with dozens of women and children in the possible crossfire. BLM police released the confiscated 380 cattle, gave up the weeklong roundup, and lifted the closure of Bundy’s vast range half the size of the state of Delaware. The agency said it would resolve the matter “administratively and judicially.”

An armed man stands watch as protesters gather by the Bureau of Land Management's base camp near Bunkerville, NevadaOn April 12, 2014, Eric Parker from central Idaho stood watch on a bridge with his weapon as protesters gather by the BLM’s base camp, where cattle seized from rancher Cliven Bundy were being held, near Bunkerville.

Left unresolved is the federal government’s claim that Bundy owes more than $1.1 million in fees and penalties for letting some 900 cows “trespass” for 20 years on federal rangeland.

According to his son Ammon, Cliven Bundy has since received several certified letters from the BLM, but hasn’t opened them. BLM spokesman Mitch Snow said the letters offer Bundy a chance to keep his cattle if he pays the $1.1 million in trespass fees, plus “reasonable expenses of the impoundment.” Agency officials have said the contract for the roundup was $900,000.

Jonathan Allen writes for Reuters, April 17, 2014, that the federal government’s decision to withdraw in the face of armed resistance has alarmed some who worry that it has set a dangerous precedent and emboldened militia groups.

Ryan Lenz, a writer for the Southern Poverty Law Center that is concerned only with “right wing” terrorism and racism but not the terrorism/racism of the left or of Muslims, fumes, “Do laws no longer apply when the radical right no longer agrees?”

Militia experts say that armed Americans using the threat of a gunfight to force federal officers to back down is virtually unparalleled in the modern era.

Alex Jones, whose Infowars website had helped popularize Bundy’s dispute, called it a watershed moment: “Americans showed up with guns and said, ‘No, you’re not,’ before confronting the armed BLM agents. And they said, ‘Shoot us.’ And they did not. That’s epic. And it’s going to happen more.”

The 5,000-strong Oklahoma Milita has pledged their support to Bundy and vows to take up arms against the BLM if needed.

Energized by their success, Bundy’s supporters are already talking about where else they can exercise armed defiance. They are searching for other Bundys, such as Tommy Henderson, a rancher on the Texas-Oklahoma border who is fighting BLM attempts to seize some of his land.

Cliven BundyCliven Bundy

As for Bundya Mormon, father of 14, and a registered Republican — he’s not just energized but displays every sign of hubris.

He’d taken to the stage fashioned from a flatbed trailer to tell reporters he wants sheriffs around the country to seize weapons from federal bureaucrats. Bundy’s given interviews and daily press conferences on matters ranging far from his dispute with the BLM, including one on April 19 in which he called black Americans “negroes” and wondered aloud whether blacks on welfare would be “better off as slaves, picking cotton and having a family life and doing things, or are they better off under government subsidy? They didn’t get no more freedom. They got less freedom.”

Bundy’s rants already have alienated whatever supporters he had in Congress:

  • Nevada’s Republican senator Dean Heller had spoken out in defense of Bundy and called for a Congressional hearing on the BLM’s roundup. But now, his spokesman Chandler Smith said that the senator “completely disagrees with Mr. Bundy’s appalling and racist statements, and condemns them in the most strenuous way.”
  • Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul released a statement today, saying Bundy’s “remarks on race are offensive and I wholeheartedly disagree with him.”
  • Nevada state Assemblywoman Michele Fiore said, “I strongly disagree with Cliven Bundy’s comments about slavery.”

The BLM’s backing down is only a temporary tactical maneuver. As Martin Armstrong of Armstrong Economics puts it, “The likelihood of the Feds ever backing down is highly unlikely, The Federal Government is severely disconnected from the people and views anyone who stands up to them as a criminal and domestic terrorist.”

harry-reidIndeed, two days ago on April 22 on KSNV-TV, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) already called the militiamen who have converged in Bunkerville “domestic violent terrorist-wannabes.”

Reid then ominously predicted that “something is going to happen” that will stop Bundy from grazing his cattle on allegedly federal land:

“It’s obvious that you can’t just walk away from this. And we can speculate all we want to speculate to what’s going to happen next. But I don’t think it’s going to be tomorrow that something is going to happen, but something will happen.”

The Battle of Bunkerville may merely be a dress rehearsal for what lies ahead – a rising confrontation between the government and the American people.

H/t FOTM’s Wild Bill Alaska, swampygirl and CSM

~Eowyn

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Pentagon training manual says America is racist and white males have unfair advantage

blacks can't be racistA training manual approved by the Pentagon and obtained by FoxNews’ Todd Starnes, warns about a so-called White Male Club in a racist America, and asserts that a white, heterosexual, Christian man has unfair advantages in the U.S. military over other soldiers — as they do in the larger society.
“The unfair economic advantages and disadvantages created long ago by institutions for whites, males, Christians, etc., still affect socioeconomic privilege today,” the manual warns, ignoring the fact that the allegedly American people had elected and re-elected a black man as president and commander-in-chief.
The manual also instructs troops to “support the leadership of people of color. Do this consistently, but not uncritically.”
DEOMI

The 637-page manual, Equal Opportunity Advisor Student Guide, was put together by the Pentagon’s Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute (DEOMI) as a textbook to train the U.S. military’s Equal Opportunity (EO) officers during a three month DEOMI course taught at Patrick Air Force Base in Florida. Those EO officers then disseminate their training throughout the military by leading Equal Opportunity briefings on every U.S. military installation.
The subject of alleged white privilege is in a 20-page section of the manual titled, “Power and Privilege.” Here are some excerpts from that section: 
“Whites are the empowered group. White males represent the haves as compared to the have-nots.”
“Simply put, a healthy, white, heterosexual, Christian male receives many unearned advantages of social privilege, whereas a black, homosexual, atheist female in poor health receives many unearned disadvantages of social privilege.”
“In spite of slave insurrections, civil war, the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments, the women’s suffrage movement leading to the 19th amendment, the civil rights movement, urban rebellions and the contemporary feminist movement, the club persists.”
“Today some white people may use the tactic of denial when they say, ‘It’s a level playing field; this is a land of equal opportunity.’ [That is not true.] Assume racism is everywhere, every day.”
FoxNews’ Todd Starnes obtained a copy of the manual from an Equal Opportunity officer who was disturbed by the course content and furious over the DEOMI’s reliance on the bigoted Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) for information on “extremist” groups.The EO instructor, who asked not to identified because he fears reprisals, told Starnes, “I’m participating in teaching things that are not true. I should not be in a position to do that. It violates Constitutional principles, but it also violates my conscience. And I’m not going to do it – not going to do it.”
Starnes contacted the Pentagon as well as the DEOMI multiple times for comment on this story, but so far they have not responded to his requests.
DEOMI opened in 1971 in response to the civil rights movement. It’s responsible for Equal Opportunity/Equal Employment Opportunity education and training for military active duty and reservists, according to its website.
A DEOMI training guide used by the Air Force lists the SPLC as a resource for information on hate groups and references the group several times. Considered as hate groups were Christian organizations such as the American Family Association and Family Research Council, immigration reform groups such as the Federation for American Immigration Reform and Atlas Shrugs, run by Pamela Geller and monitoring global jihadist activity.
You can read a 20-page excerpt from the EOAC training manual here.
Sources: FoxNews; Investor’s Business Daily editorial
H/t FOTM’s Miss May
~Eowyn
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Christianity to be outlawed in US Military

Get the whole article at BREITBART.com 

PENTAGON CONSULTS ANTI-CHRISTIAN EXTREMIST FOR RELIGIOUS TOLERANCE POLICY

“Today, we face incredibly well-funded gangs of fundamentalist Christian monsters who terrorize their fellow Americans by forcing their weaponized and twisted version of Christianity upon their helpless subordinates in our nation’s armed forces.”

Those words were recently written by Mikey Weinstein, founder of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF)in a column he wrote for the Huffington Post. Weinstein will be a consultant to the Pentagon to develop new policies on religious tolerance, including a policy for court-martialing military chaplains who share the Christian Gospel during spiritual counseling of American troops.

Mikey Weinstein

Mikey Weinstein


Weinstein decries what he calls the “virulent religious oppression” perpetrated by conservative Christians, whom he refers to as “monstrosities” and “pitiable unconstitutional carpetbaggers,” comparing them to “bigots” in the Deep South during the civil rights era.
He cites Dr. James Dobson—the famous Christian founder of Focus on the Family—as “illustrating the extremist, militant nature of these virulently homophobic organizations’ rhetorically-charged propaganda.” Regarding those who teach orthodox Christian beliefs from the Bible, Weinstein concludes, “Let’s call these ignoble actions what they are: the senseless and cowardly squallings of human monsters.”
Weinstein then endorses the ultra-left Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), who publishes a list of “hate groups.” Alongside truly deplorable organizations like the KKK, the SPLC’s list includes a host of traditional Christian organizations (for their support of traditional marriage) and Tea Party organizations (for supporting limited government). Weinstein says SPLC correctly labels them all as “hate groups.”
Floyd Lee Corkins—the first person ever convicted of domestic terrorism in federal court under the laws of Washington, D.C.—told the FBI that he chose his intended shooting spree targets from the SPLC website’s map. Corkins was arrested at the offices of the Family Research Council (FRC) after shooting a security guard in August 2012. His court documents state that Corkins intended to kill as many people as possible.
Weinstein also supports Lt. Col. Jack Rich, the Army officer who wrote to subordinate officers that soldiers who hold traditional Christian beliefs agreeing with organizations on SPLC’s “hate group” list are incompatible with “Army values” and should be carefully watched and excluded from military service.
According to Weinstein, “We should as a nation effusively applaud Lt. Col. Rich.” He adds that the nation should “venture further” than Rich’s recommendations, saying, “We MUST vigorously support the continuing efforts to expose pathologically anti-gay, Islamaphobic, and rabidly intolerant agitators for what they are: die-hard enemies of the United States Constitution. Monsters, one and all. To do anything less would be to roll out a red carpet to those who would usher in a blood-drenched, draconian era of persecutions, nationalistic militarism, and superstitious theocracy.”
Wants your complete cooperation.

Wants your complete cooperation.


Many media outlets are silent on this disturbing new alliance between fanatical secularists and leaders in the Pentagon appointed by President Barack Obama and Secretary Chuck Hagel, under which the U.S. military would officially consult with someone with such foaming-at-the-mouth passionate hostility toward traditional Christians, including Evangelicals and devout Catholics. The military—America’s most heroic and noble institution—includes countless people of faith, and this represents a radical departure from the U.S. military’s warm embrace of people of faith in its ranks.
Yet the little coverage this story is getting is positive, such as this Washington Postcolumn that somehow manages not to carry any of these frightening quotes from Weinstein and instead actually endorses the Pentagon’s meeting with him. Sally Quinn’sPost column also approvingly quotes MRFF Advisory Board member Larry Wilkerson as saying, “Sexual assault and proselytizing, according to Wilkerson, ‘are absolutely destructive of the bonds that keep soldiers together.’”
Did you get that? They say having someone share the Christian gospel with you is akin to being raped. Weinstein makes sure there are no doubts, being quoted by the Post as adding, “This is a national security threat. What is happening [aside from sexual assault] is spiritual rape. And what the Pentagon needs is to understand is that it is sedition and treason. It should be punished.”
Another MRFF Advisory Board member, Ambassador Joe Wilson (the far-left husband of CIA employee Valerie Plame from the Iraq War’s yellow-cake uranium scandal a decade ago), said a military chaplain “is to minister to spiritual needs. You don’t proselytize. It’s a workplace violation.”
In other words, it should be the official policy of the United States to decree what a human being’s spiritual needs are, and punish for violations a military officer who is an ordained clergyman who attempts to share his own personal faith with another service member when discussing religious matters. You cannot imagine such a thing ever happening under any previous president.
Weinstein goes on:

If these fundamentalist Christian monsters of human degradation … and tyranny cannot broker or barter your acceptance of their putrid theology, then they crave for your universal silence in the face of their rapacious reign of theocratic terror. Indeed, they ceaselessly lust, ache, and pine for you to do absolutely nothing to thwart their oppression. Comply, my friends, and you become as monstrously savage as are they. I beg you, do not feed these hideous monsters with your stoic lethargy, callousness and neutrality. Do not lubricate the path of their racism, bigotry, and prejudice. Doing so directly threatens the national security of our beautiful nation.

God help us now when someone with such visceral hatred of conservative Christians—literally tens of millions of Americans—who says sharing this gospel is “spiritual rape” is helping develop policies for how to deal with Christians in the military.
Weinstein says those guilty of this “treason” must be “punished.” Under federal law, the penalty for treason is death. And the Obama administration is sitting down to talk with this man to craft new policies for “religious tolerance” in our military.
Breitbart News legal columnist Ken Klukowski is senior fellow for religious liberty at the Family Research Council and on faculty at Liberty University School of Law.  
Is it any wonder that this post has attracted trolls, pretending to speak for God? I am not surprised by the arcane reasonings we’ve seen. And our pet trolls should not be surprised when they encounter the “holy boot of  FOTM”. ~TD 

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Military continues to target Christians, while denying it when challenged.

The incidents of Christians being called terrorists continue to increase, even while the spokesmen deny it. ~TD

Two Faced Officials

Two Faced Officials

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Army Email Labels Christian Ministries as “Domestic Hate Groups”

By Todd Starnes
A U.S. Army officer sent an email to dozens of subordinates listing the American Family Association and Family Research Council as “domestic hate groups” because they oppose homosexuality — and warned officers to monitor soldiers who might be supporters of the groups.
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“Just want to ensure everyone is somewhat educated on some of the groups out there that do not share our Army Values,” read an email from Lt. Col.  Jack Rich to three dozen subordinates at Fort Campbell in Kentucky. “When we see behaviors that are inconsistent with Army Values – don’t just walk by – do the right thing and address the concern before it becomes a problem.”
Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, told Fox News he was disturbed by the contents of the email.
“It’s very disturbing to see where the Obama Administration is taking the military and using it as a laboratory for social experimentation  — and also as an instrument to fundamentally change the culture,” he said. “The message is very clear – if you are a Christian who believes in the Bible, who believes in transcendent truth, there is no place for you in the military.”
The Army denied there is any attack on Christians or those who hold religious beliefs.
“The notion that the Army is taking an anti-religion or anti-Christian stance is contrary to any of our policies, doctrines and regulations,” said George Wright, Army spokesman at the Pentagon. “Any belief that the Army is out to label religious groups in a negative manner is without warrant.”
Wright said they are checking into the origin of the email. At this point it’s unclear who ordered the email to be sent and why.
The 14-page email documented groups the military considers to be anti-gay, anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim. Among the other groups mentioned are Neo-Nazis, Racist Skinheads, White Nationalists and the Ku Klux Klan.
The Family Research Council and the American Family Association were listed as being anti-gay.
“The religious right in America has employed a variety of strategies in its efforts to beat back the increasingly confident gay rights movement,” the officer wrote. “One of those has been defamation.”
The officer accused the “Christian Right” of “engaging in the crudest type of name-calling, describing LGBT people as ‘perverts” with ‘filthy habits’ who seek to snatch the children of straight parents and ‘convert’ them to gay sex,” he wrote.
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Last week, Fox News reported that an Army training instructor told a Reserve unit based in Pennsylvania that Evangelical Christianity and Catholicism were examples of religious extremism. The Army categorized that episode as an isolated incident.
Ron Crews, executive director of the Chaplain Alliance, told Fox News that the latest revelation is proof of a much larger problem within military leadership.
“We’re concerned that this is more than an isolated incident,” he said. “We’d like answers. Is there a policy in the military concerning people of faith?”
Crews said that soldiers have religious liberty – and they should not be punished for being members of respected religious groups.
“This is part of a trend that is concerning us,” he said. “Several in the military have this belief that evangelicals and people who hold to traditional values seem to be a problem and need to be monitored.”
Perkins, a Marine Corps veteran, said it’s clear that “Army Values” have indeed changed.
“And it’s the values of Evangelicals and Catholics,” Perkins said. “It’s not the values of the vast majority of those serving in our nation’s military. I think it’s the values of this administration trying to superimpose upon our military.”
Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Jerry Boykin, now an executive vice president of the FRC, told Fox News that all Americans should be concerned about the contents of the email.
“If this is the action of a single Army lieutenant colonel, it needs to be investigated,” he said. “On the other hand, if what he reflects is a shifting policy or attitude of the Army or DOD, then I think it is a much bigger issue.”
Boykin served more than 36 years in the military before retiring in 2007. Since 2008 he said he’s seen withering attacks on religious liberty.
Among the incidents:

  • A War Games scenario at Fort Leavenworth that identified Christian groups and Evangelical groups as being potential threats;
  • A 2009 Dept. of Homeland Security memorandum that identified future threats to national security coming from Evangelicals and pro-life groups;
  • A West Point study released by the U.S. Military Academy’s Combating Terrorism Center that linked pro-lifers to terrorism;
  • Evangelical leader Franklin Graham was uninvited from the Pentagon’s National Day of Prayer service because of his comments about Islam;
  • Christian prayers were banned at the funeral services for veterans at Houston’s National Cemetery;
  • Bibles were banned at Walter Reed Army Medical Center – a decision that was later rescinded;
  • Christian crosses and a steeple were removed from a chapel in Afghanistan because the military said the icons disrespected other religions;
  • Catholic chaplains were told not to read a letter to parishioners from their archbishop related to Obamcare mandates. The Secretary of the Army feared the letter could be viewed as a call for civil disobedience.

But Boykin called the newly-uncovered email the most “egregious” attack.
“That kind of rhetoric is isolating the institution of the military from a large sector of the American population,” he said. “This is an attack not only on the Christian faith, but on fundamental, traditional American values.”
Malik-Zulu-ShabazzCrews said the military is getting their information on domestic hate groups from the Southern Poverty Law Center. And the email written by the lieutenant colonel referenced the organization.
“This is disturbing that the military would use this list composed by the Southern Poverty Law Center when these organizations that are highly esteemed and respected in the evangelical community,” he said.
The Chaplain Alliance filed a Freedom of Information Act request – asking if the SPLC list had been widely distributed in the military or if had been used in a formal manner.
The response they got from the Dept. of Defense left Crews troubled.
watersnake“They told us they had no record of the SPLC list being used,” he said – even though the email clearly proves otherwise.
“This is part of a trend that is concerning us,” he said. “We believe it is more widespread than the military is acknowledging. We keep getting calls from military personnel telling us of their issues.”
David Jeremiah, the pastor of Shadow Mountain Community Church, was among the first to publicly support the FRC and AFA and denounce the attack.
“For it to be coming from a left wing political group is one thing, but for it to be coming from our own government is unconscionable to me,” he told Fox News.
Shadow Mountain is an evangelical mega-church near San Diego – attended by many military families. Jeremiah said he suspects there is a significant disconnect between the Pentagon and the rank and file troops.

Wants your complete cooperation.

Wants your complete cooperation.


“There are so many good and godly people in the military who would be appalled to think that their leaders would be saying things like this,” he said. “The attempt on the part of the social engineers of our day to secularize our culture is in full swing. Everything they can do to remove God, the Bible and morality from the marketplace is being done – not subtly but overtly.”

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New Black Panthers offer $10K bounty on Zimmerman

What starts out as an incredible tragedy-killing just sorta gets flushed with these statements.  I live in Fla. and we have the “stand my ground law”. Which means if confronted and you feel in danger, you do not have to retreat. I don’t have all the facts , but this does not sound like “Stand Your Ground” when you follow someone when told to stand down by P.D. dispatcher. So it’s a tragedy, but these disgusting racist statements do no good for their cause.
(As facts come in I will reserve judgement on “stand your ground” Statement”)

Group offers $10,000 to ‘capture’ Trayvon Martin’s killer .


Oh I know , we’ll wait for Atty General Holder or our Nobel peace prize winning Flotsam and jetsam, aka Skippy, to step in and restore law and order.
Well, ain’t this just peachy.

———————   ~Steve~  —————————————
The new Black Panther Party offered a bounty of $10,000 Saturday for the “capture” of a Florida neighborhood watch captain.

Members of the New Black Panther Party rally next to a memorial to Trayvon Martin outside The Retreat at Twin Lakes community in Sanford, Florida, where Trayvon was shot and killed by George Zimmerman. The group is offering a $10,000 bounty for Zimmerman’s capture.

The new Black Panther Party offered a bounty of $10,000 Saturday for the “capture” of a Florida neighborhood watch captain who killed unarmed teen Trayvon Martin.

  UPDATE!!! 

In my haste to post I left out a very telling Statement. 

“Muhammad said New Black Panther’s chairman, Malik Zulu Shabaz of Washington. (He of the kill white babies fame)

, …..was taking donations from black entertainers and athletes…..

The group hopes to collect $1 million off the outrage by next week.”   Ain’t that grand. Kid’s dead and they use it for a fundraiser.  I say Bring it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth,” leader Mikhail Muhammad said after announcing the reward for George Zimmerman at a protest in Sanford, Fla.
Muhammad called on 5,000 black men to mobilize and capture the neighborhood watch volunteer.

“If the government won’t do the job, we’ll do it,” Muhammad said, leading chants that included “freedom or death” and “justice for Trayvon.”
New Black Panthers members pointed to what they called the inaction of government officials — from Sanford city officials up to the governor — and accused them of lying and delaying justice.
They also said Angela Corley, the newly appointed special prosecutor, was an enemy of the black community. “She has a track record of sending innocent young black men and women to prison,” Muhammad said.
The Southern Poverty Law Center calls the New Black Panther Party, a black-separatist group created in 1989, “virulently racist and anti-Semitic.”
Martin, who is African-American, was wearing a hoodie and carrying a pack of Skittles and an ice tea on the night of Feb. 26. He was heading back to his father’s fiance’s townhouse.
Zimmerman, 28, called 911 to report a suspicious person in the gated community and followed the teen despite the dispatcher’s request that he stand down.
Zimmerman said he shot Martin in self-defense. Zimmerman’s family says he is Hispanic and race was not an issue.
A Florida man was also charged Friday with threatening to kill Sanford Police Chief Bill Lee and his family. Lee temporarily stepped down as chief over the case.
Trayvon’s mom said she was having a hard time realizing that her son’s not coming home, People magazine reported Saturday. “I look at every door and think, he’s just going to walk through it any minute,” Sybrina Fulton told the magazine.“I just want to see him again, but I can’t. “He’s in heaven, looking down at me.”
Read more: https://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/black-panther-rage-10g-capture-trayvon-killer-article-1.1050370#ixzz1q9tvEVpd

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Obama presidency triggered a 755% increase in number of militias

There is no First Amendment without the Second Amendment.

Alan Caruba reminds us that the first Americans won their independence from England with the force of arms. It was, in fact, a British effort in 1775 to confiscate military arms they believed were stored in Lexington and Concord, Massachusetts, which sparked the Revolutionary War.
The Founding Fathers were so aware of the need for an armed citizenry that, after ensuring freedom of religion, speech, press and the right to peacefully assemble in the First Amendment, the Second guaranteed their right to bear arms.
That right is crucial because it’s the last line that stands between the people and a tyrannical government.  Indeed, wherever authoritarian regimes were established in the last century, they first took away this right and then proceeded to kill, with impunity and abandonment, those deemed enemies of the state.
That is why the right to bear arms is the bete noir of the Left, who have tried for years to chip away at the Second Amendment. Now, with their man in the White House and majority control in both houses of Congress, they are poised to launch their concerted attack against gun rights. See examples, here.

A sign seen at the Million Patriots March on D.C., Sept. 12, 2009.

At this point in American history, the Obama administration constitutes a threat to the Constitution in general and the Second Amendment in particular.
But more and more Americans are taking matters into their own hands.
At the end of 2011, the FBI released data  showing that violent crime in the United States fell 6.4% in the first half of this year compared to the same time period in 2010., and property crime also fell 3.7%. But gun sales have gone up ever since Obama entered the White House.
More than 80,000,000 Americans are gun owners.
And the numbers have increased with the new year. As an example, it was reported on February 19, 2012, that applications for a Georgia Weapon Carry license are rising at such a rate that applications could nearly double 2011’s numbers by the end of this year.
The election of Obama in 2008 also triggered an explosion in the number of armed militias and patriot groups in the United States.
The left-wing Southern Poverty Law Center reported in its annual tally of so-called “anti-government organizations” that there were 149 militias and patriot groups when Obama took office, compared to more than 1,200 today — an increase of 755%!
Read more on the militias here, or read the SPLC report titled “Year in Hate” (that SPLC is so objective and nonpartisan! LOL) here.
Or better yet, read Sage’s exposé of the ungodly, conservatives-hating Southern Poverty Law Center, here.

There is no First Amendment without the Second Amendment.

~Eowyn

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