Minutemen: A home for extremists

For those who think the Minutemen somehow aren’t extreme right and racist, hey, spend five minutes googling “Minutemen white supremacist” and “Minutemen neo-Nazi.” Because that’s all it takes to learn who they really are.

This [photo] is a recent Minutemen rally. And yes, that’s a Nazi flag there, third from the right.

Minuteman founder said to tolerate Neo-Nazis in campaign

Neo-Nazis volunteered for Jim Gilchrist’s recent congressional campaign and distributed racist propaganda at Gilchrist rallies with the full knowledge of the Minuteman Project co-founder and his campaign managers, according to a former Gilchrist campaign volunteer whose account is supported by photographs, video footage and postings on the white supremacist Web site Stormfront.

“They were basically allowing Skinheads and white nationalists to work the phone banks and do IT [computer work] and distribute National Alliance fliers targeting non-whites,” Cliff May, a dance instructor in Orange County, Calif., told the Intelligence Report. “When I told Mary [Gilchrist’s finance manager] and Eldon [Gilchrist’s grassroots coordinator] that I didn’t want to work for a campaign that was tainted by white supremacy in any way, they told me not to cause a stir.

“When I kept bringing it up, they kicked me out.”

Deep ties between the Minutemen Project and white supremacists

Mainstream news overlooks vigilante group’s ties to white supremacists

Border Guardians leader calls for violence

Laine Lawless, who started a group called Border Guardians last year, sent an April 3 e-mail to Mark Martin, “SS commander” of the Western Ohio unit of the National Socialist Movement, which has 59 chapters in 30 states. It was titled, “How to GET RID OF THEM!”

The e-mail from Lawless, who was also an original member of Chris Simcox’s vigilante militia before it morphed into the Minuteman Project in early 2005, detailed 11 suggestions for ways to harass and terrorize undocumented immigrants, including robbery and “beating up illegals” as they leave their workplace.

Minuteman organizer James Gilchrist defends white supremacists from Alan Colmes: “Why are you picking on them?”


One comment

  1. MM, SOS, and other “anti-illegal immigration” groups.

    Tancredo: The word needs to be spread.

    I am conservative and am embarrassed that he claims to be a republican. He is frighteningly slick, however. After some due-diligence sleuth work, I discovered the following:

    Tancredo supports all the various Minuteman and anti-illegal immigration groups. These “groups” conceal their true agendas behind the slogans of “Legal Immigration, Enforce Our Laws, etc.” These sound reasonable enough at first, but when one delves deeper into the “movements,” he/she discovers something incredibly disturbing.

    These groups have been founded by conspiracy theorists.

    From what I have seen, what motivates the groups is not so much unlawful immigration. It is the “secretive” New World Order “elitists.” They seem convinced that the US is in dire peril (by 2010 mind you) from some faceless corporations, the Rockefellers, Illuminati(?) some with ties even to space aliens, etc. “The Globalists” are their true and sworn enemy.

    According to them, the evil Globalists intend to usurp the Constitution and are prosecuting a plan to do so by enabling the large number of unlawful immigrants to “occupy” the US. The Globalists intend to merge the US, Mexico, and Canada via SPP (Security Prosperity Partnership) into the “North American Union.” There will be no borders, and US citizens will ultimately lose all civil rights. Our destiny is to be enslaved by the Globalists. The Supreme Court will have no authority or say in the matter and neither shall Congress.

    Bush and Cheney are puppets used at-will by the tyrants. Both are traitors, but so is Kerry, Gore, and Clinton. (The group is non-partisan.) Our entire govt. is in collusion except for the few noble whistle-blowers such as Tancredo and Gilchrist. Some even believe that 9/11 was a US govt plot designed to justify our invasion of the Mid-East. (Orchestrated by the elitists, BTW)

    This is not fiction. I have not the ability or imagination. SOS, MM, etc. are highly suspicious of “outsiders” believing that they could be covert agents with some nefarious intent.

    I believe it to be a waste of time in attempting rationale debate. Superficially, the causes sound patriotic, but they fail the due-diligence test. Economic factors, social conditions, poor management and leadership in Mexico have nothing to do with unlawful immigrants. Nor does the drug demand in the US have anything to do with drug suppliers. The global view of the US has no bearing on our border policies, and apparently, neither does the limitations of Presidential Powers.

    The ONLY reasonable explanation for the illegals here is that Bush is implementing his NWO plan before our very noses. The media is controlled, except for alternative media apparently.

    The SOS group has received national attention but have been unable to capitalize on it. The MM orgs have done better due to a more sophisticated and managed message, but the original founder, Gilchrist, has some unusual beliefs. For a former accountant, his columns to not add-up.

    As for Tancredo, the GOP has more than dropped him. Bush will not acknowledge him, and for good reason. Tancredo received a deferment for military service in Vietnam due to mental illness. His anxiety disorder is one that typically worsens with age, and it could be a secondary symptom of some other neurosis or psychosis.

    Tancredo presents well; however, there exists “functional psychotics.” This man is one to be concerned with. He maintains a near cult-like following and actively encourages his followers of conspiracism.

    This situation is far beyond liberal versus conservative views. These people are truly frightening and injurious to our nation.

    PLEASE help spread the word.

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