Holder Admits No
Equality Under Hate Bill
By Rev. Ted Pike 29 June 2009
Will federal hate bill S. 909 equally protect all Americans from violent hate crimes?
Attorney General Eric Holder says no.
In Senate testimony last week, Holder attempted to justify passage of the Matthew Shephard Hate Crimes Prevention Act. Instead, he worked against it. Holder emphatically said most Americans are not given equal protection with homosexuals (and homosexual pedophiles) by the hate bill. Holder also presented no evidence that states are failing to prosecute hate crimes and need big government to get involved!
Co-hosted with my wife Alynn, our latest video discusses Holder's testimony proving that the hate bill is unconstitutional and dangerous legislation. This video is a must-watch, in the final days before possible hate bill passage, for all who need powerful, easily-understood ammunition. It can help not only you and your friends, but members of the US Senate and their staff understand why all should oppose the hate bill. View the video at www.truthtellers.org, Holder Admits: No Equality Under Hate Bill (10 min), then call your Senators - even all 100 members of the Senate (names available HERE at www.truthtellers.org) Call toll-free 1-877-851-6437 or toll 1-202-225-3121. Tell them "Please don't vote for the hate bill, S. 909. It doesn't give equal protection under the law and is unnecessary. This is what Attorney Eric Holder revealed recently in his Judiciary testimony. You can watch it in a ten-minute video on the homepage of www.truthtellers.org."
Making the Most of Holder's Mistakes
As we have seen many times over the last 11 years, God causes hate bill supporters in Congress to bungle, especially when it seems certain the hate bill is about to pass. This happened eight weeks ago in the House, when Rep. Alcee Hastings shot off his mouth in favor of protection of pedophiles. Now, Holder's admissions could be just as disastrous to the hate bill. But it's up to us to take the best advantage of these opportunities.
The next step in movement of the hate bill is the Senate Mark-up session, not yet scheduled. Republican Senators, if they and the people demand it, may yet have opportunity to debate the hate bill and propose amendments. Every time the Democrats concede to public hearings on their very shaky hate bill, they mess up. NPN dramatizes their mistakes, trumpeting them to the world.
The coming Mark-up could provide even more grist to embarrass Democrats and slow the hate bill. Keep calling senators, especially members of the Senate Judiciary. Encourage staffers to watch our video of Holder in disarray. If enough people take action, we could again make Democrats indecisive. They could fail to pass the hate bill before summer recess.
By next September, a lot could go wrong for the Democrats as Americans become more educated, articulate, and politically effective. It is not inconceivable that the hate bill could still not be passed by next fall. Then Democrats might delay, increasingly uneasy that elections will be affected by their "pedophile-protecting" hate bill. They might wait, then procrastinate, then talk about passing the hate bill in the next Congress.
Watch our video now and help this miracle happen!
...[Fox News anchor Megyn] Kelly interviewed Rep. Steve King, who attempted to amend the hate bill in Judiciary last week to explicitly exclude pedophiles. King reported how Rep. Alcee Hastings, a pro-hate bill Democrat, proudly claimed practitioners of 547 paraphilias listed by the American Psychiatric Association can "live without fear" once the hate bill is passed.
Ms. Kelly also expressed indignation that, while the Democrats acted to protect pedophiles, they rejected Republican efforts to obtain similar special protection for war veterans. Especially in times of unpopular wars, these are common victims of "hate crimes," spit upon or attacked because of who they are -- military defenders of America's freedom...
Although Rev Ted Pike is completely independent from Captain May and myself in terms of his political and religious views, the threats we address all stem from the same corrupt power elite. I mention in my concluding remarks below that this elite “would mobilize us into domestic tyranny and foreign wars, while distracting us from economic depression and the groups that brought it about.”
This is the real problem, not the lack of more “hate crime” laws. If anything, we need even more freedom of speech to speak truth to power, sort out our problems, and develop peaceful strategies to handle high level malefactors. This is why we urgently need for members of Congress to not only take a principled stand and stop all hate crime legislative initiatives, but to also roll back all the existing hate crime laws currently on the books.
Hate crime laws actually pose a major national security threat. They condition Americans to feel that certain types of thought are inherently immoral or illegal, even if they do not result in any form of violence or infringement on the rights of others.
In our articles related to false flag attacks, Capt. Eric H. May and I have discussed strong evidence that Mossad-CIA was behind 9-11, the mere "thought" of which would some day be outlawed once hate crime oversight bureaucracies become firmly implanted in America. We can expect government hate crime overwatch entities to experience the usual cancerous growth and abuse of power that libertarian writer and Presidential candidate Harry Browne described in his classic book Why Government Doesn't Work.
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Maryland Regiment at
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