posted on Mar, 5 2013 @ 02:03 PM
I find it somewhat weird that these groups are being called "hate groups". They appear to be groups of people who are concerned about the direction
in which thier government is taking the country they love, are concerned about the idea that the way of life they have been taught is thier birth
right, might be erroded beyond thier recognition, without any consultation. These are concerns echoed all over the developed world, as the power of
the money markets is exerted on governments, producing effects in a nation that no one within it was happy with, or has any control to avert.
Surely a hate group would be a group whose sole purpose, and credo, has to do with promoting a xenophobic manifesto, aimed against one of ,or all
ethnic minority groups. These two things are very different. One cannot call a group which desires to retain national identity a hate group. One can
call it a "respect for your ancestors, and for the sacrifices made in the name of you and yours, by those that came before you" group, and at worst
a patriot militia group, but a hate group?
I find it somewhat laughable really. The attempt to associate these groups with the various white supremacist groups of old seems a little
transparent in my opinion. Not every group of determined hold outs against the foolishness of so called "progress" is violently opposed to people
with different skin tones and religous convictions after all. The ones being dealt with in this article appear to have genuine political thinking,
rather than the knuckle dragging Nazism that one is automatically put in mind of, when one is using terms like "hate group".
What awful propegandism.