Sunday, March 18, 2012


Yeah, I like to whip out the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) citation against me on occasion, and I always end up with several emails asking me to clarify exactly what ADL citation I mean.  So I'll make it perfectly clear right now...

From early 2007 to mid-2010, I was one of the more entertaining contributors to the conspiracy theory website Above Top Secret.  I do not recommend that site to anyone interested in "free speech," by the way.  As is my wont, I expressed myself in blusterous and bombastic political rants on AboveTopSecret, and I made it no secret that I considered a government that employed FEAR as a weapon against its own citizens a government of terrorists.

Well.  This sort of talk attracted the attention of the Anti-Defamation League, which as you may know is a Jewish organization that defends Jews and Zionist governments against defamation by anti-Semites and Nazis and your ordinary American citizens.

Accordingly, in April of 2010, the ADL released a truly bizarre compilation of "violent speech" sampled from "extremist" sources all across the Internet.  This was the so-called ADL Center on Extremism Special Report, which was delivered to the Federal Government under the much scarier title "Violent Voices: Anti-Government Extremism Takes on New Intensity"...

Yeah.  You're not hallucinating.  The ADL built up their hysterical case against "violent speech" in America by cutting and pasting examples taken from private Websites, message boards, political forums, et cetera, from all across the Internet.

Above Top Secret was mentioned three times, I believe, in the ADL's Special Report, and they were citing ME, specifically.  Which was a dubious honor, to put it mildly.  I mean, Above Top Secret is chock-full of paranoid schizophrenics and nutcases and UFO fanatics and 911 Truthers; and for one of their own to be specifically cited in a report to the government was enough to send them into a frenzy.

When I wrote "TOXIC REIGN: Reclaim Our Future," in June of 2010, it was in response to the unwarranted ADL attack.  I tried to market the book on Above Top Secret, for which action I was permanently BANNED from the site.

Go figure, eh?

Look, here's what I said, this is my exact statement that the ADL pulled from Above Top Secret (you'll find the citation in the middle of Page 8 of the ADL report):
“When you start talking about terrorists imposing their will on our nation, you must realize that Congressional Democrats are the terrorists who in no way represent the MAJORITY of the American People.” 

That's violent speech, right?

Bullshit.  That's me saying the same thing I've been saying for years.

The only thing I'd change in that statement today is the reference to Democrats, because it's actually an undeclared SOCIALIST BODY of legislators, both Republican and Democrat, who are steering this country toward straight-up communism, and who are using fear tactics against the American people as they undermine our Constitution.

Yeah, the Anti-Defamation League was apparently so hysterical that they included ALL SORTS of statements that were not only NOT violent in nature, they were declarations of Patriotism.

Is Patriotism illegal now?

There was a time in our nation's history when being a Patriot was so illegal it would get you hung or shot or bayoneted.  Do you remember that bit of American history?  Are they still teaching it in our mandatory public education system?

It was called the American Revolution.

Is that where we are now, folks?  Are we on the brink of another Revolution?

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