Terrorist Linked to SPLC

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• Pro-family Christians targeted by gun-wielding worshipper of Morris Dees

By Ralph Forbes

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in late April released a chilling video of a gunman openly admitting his motivation for wanting to murder innocent men and women, a hate crime, because of “information” published by a law enforcement-training organization on its website. But curiously, the mainstream media buried this under its avalanche of reporting on the Boston Marathon bombing.

Armed with a 9-mm handgun and nearly 100 rounds of ammunition, the crazed gunman stormed into the offices of the Family Research Council (FRC) on August 15, 2012, shouting: “I don’t like your politics”—and shot a security guard as his first victim. One would think this would be a dream scenario for anti-gun hysteria. So why haven’t President Barack Obama, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and others in the national press made this front-page news?

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The ministry of truth buried the story in the memory hole because Floyd Corkins II, the hate-crazed terrorist and would-be mass murderer, was a black homosexual, whose intended victims were pro-family Christians. Corkins told FBI agents that he had planned to kill as many people as possible and smear Chick-fil-A sandwiches in their faces. His attack came just after the owner of the Chick-fil-A restaurant chain had announced his opposition to same-sex marriage.

Corkins said he wanted to kill them all because the FRC opposes gay marriage. Even worse for the propaganda agenda, Corkins targeted the FRC due to the scurrilous ravings of the media’s darling, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), run by greedy hatemonger Morris Seligman Dees. Over the years, the SPLC has smeared constitutionalists, patriots, nationalists, populists and other “extremists.” Dees’s hate machine has gone after Judge Andrew Napolitano, journalist Eric Margolis, “9-11 truthers” and, of course, AMERICAN FREE PRESS.

In one recent SPLC fiasco, Dees’s henchman and conspiracy theorist Mark Potok appeared all over the mass media as an “expert” to “incite a lynch mob” to raise money for SPLC by casting innuendos against “white supremacist” bogeymen for murdering two Texas prosecutors. The real killers, however, turned out to be a corrupt judge from Texas and his wife, who drove the getaway car.

The list of Americans who have been targeted by the SPLC’s spy machine is nearly endless. If you aren’t on their marked-for-hate list, you must be doing something wrong.

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Ralph Forbes is a freelance writer based in Arkansas. He is also a member of AFP’s Southern Bureau. Contact him at rforbes@centurytel.net.

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