Friday, May 29, 2015

Is AFA a Hate Group?

Is AFA a Hate Group?

“sick & wrong” to mention that writer was killed in hate crime



He was hiking in a park in Oakland
Hills, the eastern side of Oakland, CA. The suspects are two black males.


For nine days the SPLC, which claims
it is committed to fighting “racism,” would not even acknowledge that Ruenzel
was dead.
 They were busy hyping
“Transgender Day” and fictional right-wing boogymen, but didn’t even mention
that their white friend had been murdered at random by black males.


When the SPLC finally mentioned his
death, it was only to denounce Colin Flaherty and for
pointing out that David Ruenzel had in fact written articles for the SPLC.
The SPLC called it “twisted,” “sick & wrong,” “no
decency,” “bottom of the racist barrel,” and “gutteral nastiness” to merely
mention that a racial hate crime victim was an SPLC writer.


According to the SPLC it was “sick
and wrong” for Colin Flaherty and to have the audacity to
inform the public that an SPLC writer had been the victim of a hate crime
murder. The SPLC claims that when blacks attack white people at random it is “a
coincidence factor” and not actually a “hate crime.”


It is truly bizarre that the only
way the SPLC has even mentioned their fallen friend is in the context of
denouncing others as “racist” for reporting that he had died. The statement by
Heidi Beirich-Hicks indicates that the SPLC simply did not want to ever mention
that David Ruenzel, one of their own writers, had died. The SPLC glosses
over David Ruenzel’s death as “a possible robbery.”


Heidi Beirich-Hicks and the SPLC
present a narrative on hate crimes that is astronomically out of touch with
reality. Recently, the SPLC jointly worked on a documentary with MSNBC where
they claimed white people were committing mob attacks against black people. The
didn’t cite a single actual incident. Then they showed a fictional animated
cartoon of what a white on black mob attack might look like
. Meanwhile new
black on white mob attacks are captured on video every single week.


From SPLC Spokeswoman Heidi

Rare is the day that I am shocked by
something I read online. After all, I spend hours each day immersed in vile
racist and anti-Semitic material. That’s my job. But a recent, particularly
twisted article by Colin Flaherty on the website American Thinker was really
just too much.


I’m not really sure what to say
about something so sick and wrong, except that once in a while even I can’t
stomach what I read for work. The first thing that comes to mind, though
clearly far from original, is “have you no decency, sir?” Clearly, Flaherty
does not


According to his American Thinker
byline, Colin Flaherty is the author of the Amazon #1 Best Seller: White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial
violence to America and how the media ignore it.
 The book,
published by the crazed conspiracy theory site WorldNetDaily, says it documents “black mob
violence,” a favorite topic of racists nationwide who see themselves as the
victims of a race war against white people.


I expect that guttural nastiness to
appeal to Stormfronters. But Flaherty’s “work” on black violence apparently has
friends in higher places. His book is endorsed by former Congressman Allen
West, former far right radio host Neil Boortz, and The National Rview’s Thomas


Now that is truly tragic.









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