June 16, 2009

James von Brunn’s murderous rampage may soon produce concrete results — the passage of “a tougher U.S. hate crimes law,” according to AG Eric Holder.

It is no mistake Holder mentioned “extremists” in his speech.

“Over the last several weeks, we have witnessed brazen acts of violence, committed in places that many would have considered unthinkable,” Holder told the Washington Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs, an organization funded in part by the Ford Foundation. Holder cited attacks over a two-week period that killed a military recruiter, a late-term abortionist and a guard at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.

In normal times, such crimes would be prosecuted as routine homicides. However, we now live in an era dominated by political correctness — engineered to foment social and political chaos — and thus crimes committed against protected groups will receive special consideration.

Holder said the recent violence “reminds us of the potential threat posed by violent extremists and the tragedy that ensues when reasoned discourse is replaced by armed confrontation.” In order to stop that violence, Holder urged Congress to legislate an updated version of hate crimes law “in order to more effectively prosecute those who commit violent attacks based on gender, disability, or sexual orientation.”

It is no mistake Holder mentioned “extremists” in his speech. According to the DHS — now supposedly vindicated by the murderous actions of James von Brunn — extremists are “rightwing” and fanatically attached to the Second Amendment, pro-life activism, and opposition to illegal immigration. The DHS report would have us believe many veterans are white supremacists who are a danger to Barrack Obama due to his skin color.

Glenn Beck and the corporate media have put in overtime to roll 9/11 truth activists into the “extremist” mix and this as well is no mistake.

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