Morris Dees Creates Bogus "Neo-Nazi" Scare
According to a recent media article, "Neo-Nazi and white supremacist hate groups are taking advantage of relaxed recruiting standards to infiltrate the US military to get combat training....the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks domestic extremists groups, called on US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld to adopt a zero-tolerance policy toward white supremacist groups in the military. "
Dees has offered no proof of any kind for this startling allegation, but then that's par for the course with the SPLC. The Southern Poverty Law Center is not in fact a "civil rights organization" of any kind, but a massive scam run by a Jew named Morris Dees. The SPLC raises millions of dollars every year by conjuring up non-existent threats from "neo-Nazis" and "white supremacists" in slick, full-color brochures and publications and alarming puff pieces masquerading as legitimate news articles.
When he is not smearing David Duke, basically Dees frightens an increasingly elderly readership of Jews, blacks, and liberals into believing that the white-robed hordes of the Klan or the Nazi Stormtroopers are coming to get them, and they only way they can be stopped is to send that nice Mr. Dees all their money out of their cookie jars.
In this particular SPLC puff piece, "...the center said standards have been relaxed because of wartime recruiting pressures, allowing large numbers of people with links to neo-Nazi and white supremacist groups to join the military. It cited neo-Nazi and white supremacist publications that encourage their followers to join the military to get combat training. The report quoted a Defense Department gang investigator, Scott Barfield, as saying neo-Nazis 'stretch across all branches of service, they are linking up across the branches once they're inside, and they are hard-core...We've got Aryan Nations graffiti in Baghdad," he was quoted as saying. 'That's a problem.'"
This is the first anyone outside the SPLC has heard of any "Aryan Nations graffiti in Baghdad," which would be very interesting if true in view of the fact that the Aryan Nations effectively ceased to exist many years ago on the death of its founder, the late Pastor Richard Girnt Butler. It is also odd that the paranoid left-wing and liberal media in Iraq, who don't have much to report in the way of real news since the military and their own editors won't let them, don't seem to have noticed any "Aryan Nations graffiti in Baghdad."
To begin with, one has to ask what White nationalist is going to want to get shipped off to fight a pointless and illegal war in a foreign land in order to help Halliburton and Dick Cheney's oil company cronies grab all the world's petroleum reserves? Not to mention help make the world safe for Israel?
In addition, the entire allegation is absurd on a deeper and more significant level, in that the so-called "neo-Nazi" movement has basically ceased to exist. The last serious attempt to form a nationwide National Socialist party collapsed almost ten years ago, and the National Alliance fell apart on the death of its founder, Dr. William L. Pierce, in 2002, and now no longer exists except as a series of hysterical internet posts and lawsuits. There is no "neo-Nazi movement" to send secret spies into the military. It doesn't exist.