The preparatory conditioning for a domestic false flag terror attack to be blamed on “right-wing extremists” has reached fever pitch, with the Southern Poverty Law Center issuing yet another lurid report which smears their mainstream political opposition as violent extremists.
“The radical right caught fire last year, as broad-based populist anger at political, demographic and economic changes in America ignited an explosion of new extremist groups and activism across the nation,” states the SPLC report, which goes on to mention the OKC bombing and warns that there are, “Signs of similar violence emanating from the radical right.”
The only examples of such violence include a vague reference to the murder of six law enforcement officers, which presumably includes the Richard Poplawski incident, an event that arose not as a result of Poplawski’s political bent, but because of a domestic dispute with his mother.
As a USA Today report reveals, Poplawski’s slaying of three Pittsburgh police officers was prompted not by some kind of fanatical political belief, but as a consequence of the somewhat more mundane explanation that his mother was trying to kick Poplawski out of the house because his dog had urinated on the floor.
Other examples of violence as a consequence of “right-wing extremism” cited in the report are thin on the ground, but the scope of the hit piece is not about exploring actual facts, its almost exclusively about tarring increasing opposition to big government as a portend of domestic terror.
The intent is clear – when a domestic terror attack does take place – which from all indications is unfortunately inevitable – those smeared in the same breath as the perpetrators will be blamed for instigating the violence, which will lead to more laws and more restrictions on free speech and political activism.
Though the political left is often eager to jump on board with the SPLC and smear “right wing extremists” as a deadly threat, be forewarned, the measures introduced in response by the government won’t distinguish between partisan viewpoints – everybody’s free speech will be crushed, whether you’re an anti-war activist or a Tea Party member. Though they will invoke the supposed danger of fringe groups, the purge will impact everybody.
The smear attack seamlessly blends fringe minority groups, racist skinheads and militias with even mainstream political activists like Sheriff Richard Mack and Gun Owners of America head Larry Pratt, people who have never advocated violence against anyone.
Even Congresswoman Michele Bachmann is thrown in for good measure. The fact that the SPLC is going to such lengths as to equate a sitting Congresswoman with mass murdering terrorists reveals the true purpose of the smear – another advancement of the effort to silence political opposition by demonizing peaceful political adversaries as violent extremists.
The SPLC couldn’t give a damn about preventing domestic terrorism, indeed, their funding and prestige will only increase if such attacks were to take place. The SPLC is begging for an incident that can be blamed on their political opposition which they will then exploit to silence dissent, so don’t be surprised if such an attack is dutifully provided by the network of federal government provocateurs who are routinely caught steering rag-tag terror groups in every major case.
The SPLC report predictably throws in the name of mass murderer and domestic terrorist Timothy McVeigh, strongly implying that the groups demonized in the piece are intent on similar acts of slaughter.
The report even floats a potential flash point for when violence could possibly erupt – April 19th – the anniversary of both the Waco massacre and the OKC bombing, adding that the Second Amendment March in Washington, D.C. also takes place on this date.
While the SPLC, the ADL and similar organizations are happy to play the Timothy McVeigh card over and over again, they are less enthusiastic to mention the fact that McVeigh planned his deadly assault on the Alfred P. Murrah building under the intimate direction of a high-level FBI official, according to McVeigh’s co-conspirator Terry Nichols, a claim voluminously backed up by a plethora of evidence that has been presented in court on several occasions.
The fact that there are loosely affiliated gangs of semi-retarded racists dotted around rural America who occasionally make idle threats is a pathetically flimsy foundation on which the SPLC props up its feigned concern for the supposed threat of domestic terror in the United States, a threat that in every instance has been fostered, prodded and provoked by the only entity that ever benefits from acts of domestic terror – the federal government.