User:Roscelese/List of designated hate groups

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This is a list of notable active groups designated as hate groups by the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League, two U.S.-based organizations that monitor intolerance and hate group activity. Inclusion on this list does not necessarily mean that a group or its members have committed illegal activity.

List[edit]

Organization SPLC
ADL
9/11 Christian Center at Ground Zero Symbol confirmed.svg[1]
Abiding Truth Ministries Symbol confirmed.svg[2]
American Border Patrol Symbol confirmed.svg[3]
American Family Association Symbol confirmed.svg[2]
American Free Press Symbol confirmed.svg[4] Symbol confirmed.svg[5]
American Front Symbol confirmed.svg[6] Symbol confirmed.svg[7]
American Immigration Control Foundation Symbol confirmed.svg[3]
American Nazi Party Symbol confirmed.svg[8]
American Patrol/Voice of Citizens Together Symbol confirmed.svg[3]
American Renaissance Symbol confirmed.svg[9] Symbol confirmed.svg[10]
Americans for Truth About Homosexuality Symbol confirmed.svg[2]
American Third Position Party Symbol confirmed.svg[11]
American Vision Symbol confirmed.svg[2]
Aryan Nations Symbol confirmed.svg[8][12] Symbol confirmed.svg[13]
As-Sabiqun Symbol confirmed.svg[4]
Atlas Shrugs Symbol confirmed.svg[1]
Barnes Review Symbol confirmed.svg[9] Symbol confirmed.svg[5]
Bay Area National Anarchists Symbol confirmed.svg[9]
Bill Keller Ministries Symbol confirmed.svg[4]
Blood and Honour Symbol confirmed.svg[11] Symbol confirmed.svg[14]
California Coalition for Immigration Reform Symbol confirmed.svg[3]
Catholic Apologetics International Symbol confirmed.svg[15]
Catholic Family News Symbol confirmed.svg[15]
Chalcedon Foundation Symbol confirmed.svg[2]
Chick Publications Symbol confirmed.svg[4]
Christian Action Network Symbol confirmed.svg[1]
Church of Israel Symbol confirmed.svg[16]
Church of Jesus Christ–Christian Symbol confirmed.svg[12] Symbol confirmed.svg[13]
Church of the Creator Symbol confirmed.svg[11]
Council of Conservative Citizens Symbol confirmed.svg[9] Symbol confirmed.svg[17]
Creativity Alliance Symbol confirmed.svg[8]
Creativity Movement Symbol confirmed.svg[8] Symbol confirmed.svg[18]
Culture Wars/Fidelity Press Symbol confirmed.svg[15] Symbol confirmed.svg[19]
Dove World Outreach Center Symbol confirmed.svg[2]
Elohim City Symbol confirmed.svg[20]
European-American Unity and Rights Organization Symbol confirmed.svg[9] Symbol confirmed.svg[21]
Faith Freedom International Symbol confirmed.svg[1]
Faithful Word Baptist Church Symbol confirmed.svg[2]
Family Research Council Symbol confirmed.svg[2]
Family Research Institute Symbol confirmed.svg[2]
Federation for American Immigration Reform Symbol confirmed.svg[3]
Final Stand Records Symbol confirmed.svg[22]
Fundamentalist Latter Day Saints Symbol confirmed.svg[4]
Georgia Militia Symbol confirmed.svg[4]
Greater Ministries International Symbol confirmed.svg[23]
Hammerskins Symbol confirmed.svg[6] Symbol confirmed.svg[24]
IHS Press Symbol confirmed.svg[15]
Imperial Klans of America Symbol confirmed.svg[25] Symbol confirmed.svg[26]
Institute for Historical Review Symbol confirmed.svg[27] Symbol confirmed.svg[28]
Jamaat al-Muslimeen Symbol confirmed.svg[4]
Jewish Defense League Symbol confirmed.svg[4]
Jewish Task Force Symbol confirmed.svg[4]
Jihad Watch Symbol confirmed.svg[1]
Keystone State Skinheads Symbol confirmed.svg[6] Symbol confirmed.svg[14]
Kingdom Identity Ministries Symbol confirmed.svg[12]
Ku Klux Klan Symbol confirmed.svg[29] Symbol confirmed.svg[30]
LaPorte Church of Christ Symbol confirmed.svg[31]
League of the South Symbol confirmed.svg[32]
Legion of St. Louis Symbol confirmed.svg[15]
Little Shell Pembina Band Symbol confirmed.svg[33]
MassResistance Symbol confirmed.svg[2]
Most Holy Family Monastery Symbol confirmed.svg[15]
National Alliance Symbol confirmed.svg[8] Symbol confirmed.svg[34]
National Association for the Advancement of White People Symbol confirmed.svg[35] Symbol confirmed.svg[21]
Nationalist Movement Symbol confirmed.svg[9] Symbol confirmed.svg[36]
National Policy Institute Symbol confirmed.svg[9]
National Socialist Movement Symbol confirmed.svg[8] Symbol confirmed.svg[37]
National Vanguard Books Symbol confirmed.svg[9]
Nation of Islam Symbol confirmed.svg[38] Symbol confirmed.svg[39]
Nazi Lowriders Symbol confirmed.svg[14]
New Black Panther Party Symbol confirmed.svg[38] Symbol confirmed.svg[40]
New Century Foundation Symbol confirmed.svg[9] Symbol confirmed.svg[10]
New Order Symbol confirmed.svg[8]
Noontide Press Symbol confirmed.svg[27] Symbol confirmed.svg[28]
Occidental Quarterly Symbol confirmed.svg[9]
Pacifica Forum Symbol confirmed.svg[9]
Parents Action League Symbol confirmed.svg[41]
Pioneer Fund Symbol confirmed.svg[9]
The Political Cesspool Symbol confirmed.svg[9]
Power of Prophecy Symbol confirmed.svg[4]
Public Enemy No. 1 Symbol confirmed.svg[42]
Redneck Shop Symbol confirmed.svg[4]
Remnant Press Symbol confirmed.svg[15]
Resistance Records Symbol confirmed.svg[22]
Save Our State Symbol confirmed.svg[3]
Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Symbol confirmed.svg[15]
Social Contract Press Symbol confirmed.svg[3]
St. Michael's Parish/Mount Saint Michael Symbol confirmed.svg[15]
Stop Islamization of America Symbol confirmed.svg[1] Symbol confirmed.svg[43]
Stormfront Symbol confirmed.svg[9] Symbol confirmed.svg[44]
Tea Party Nation Symbol confirmed.svg[4]
Tony Alamo Christian Ministries Symbol confirmed.svg[4]
Traditional Values Coalition Symbol confirmed.svg[2]
Unholy Records Symbol confirmed.svg[22]
United Church of YHWH Symbol confirmed.svg[12]
United Nuwaubian Nation of Moors Symbol confirmed.svg[38]
Vanguard News Network Symbol confirmed.svg[45] Symbol confirmed.svg[46]
VDARE Symbol confirmed.svg[9]
Volksfront Symbol confirmed.svg[6] Symbol confirmed.svg[47]
Voz de Aztlan Symbol confirmed.svg[4]
Watchmen on the Walls Symbol confirmed.svg[41]
Washington Summit Publishers Symbol confirmed.svg[9]
Westboro Baptist Church Symbol confirmed.svg[4] Symbol confirmed.svg[48]
White Aryan Resistance Symbol confirmed.svg[8]
You Can Run But You Cannot Hide International Symbol confirmed.svg[41]

Rationale[edit]

Abiding Truth Ministries[edit]

  • The SPLC lists Abiding Truth Ministries among its Anti-Gay hate groups. It cites the group's status as "a launching pad for an international anti-gay campaign" whose scope includes Eastern Europe and Uganda, including the Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Bill, which prescribes the death penalty for "repeat offenders." Founder Scott Lively is the author of a book which claims that "the Nazi Party was entirely controlled by militaristic homosexuals."[2]

American Family Association[edit]

  • The SPLC lists the American Family Association among its Anti-Gay hate groups. Founder Bryan Fischer has claimed that homosexuality, and gay people serving in the military, caused the Holocaust. He has also advocated government discrimination against Muslims and likened Islam to the Ku Klux Klan.[2]

Americans for Truth About Homosexuality[edit]

  • The SPLC lists Americans for Truth About Homosexuality among its Anti-Gay hate groups. It cites the group's promotion of "utterly discredited" research claiming that gay people have shorter lifespans, its statement that homosexuality is akin to drug abuse and that gays are trying to take away religious people's free speech, and its false claim that there is "a disproportionate incidence of pedophilia" among gay men.[2]

American Vision[edit]

  • The SPLC lists American Vision among its Anti-Gay hate groups. The group advocates the death penalty for gay people as part of a broader plan for a Christian theocratic government.[2]

Catholic Apologetics International[edit]

Catholic Family News[edit]

  • The SPLC lists Catholic Family News among its Radical Traditional Catholicism hate groups. It cites the publisher's vocal antisemitism and propagation of conspiracy theories, including the Judeo-Masonic conspiracy theory and the claim that Judaism is "part of the Kingdom of Satan."[49]

Culture Wars/Fidelity Press[edit]

  • The SPLC lists Culture Wars/Fidelity Press among its Radical Traditional Catholicism hate groups. It cites the publisher's vocal antisemitism and focus on "the alleged evils of the Jews": one Culture Wars cover story was "The Judaism of Hitler," and founder E. Michael Jones claims that the Holocaust was "a reaction to Jewish Messianism (in the form of Bolshevism)."[49]

Chalcedon Foundation[edit]

  • The SPLC lists the Chalcedon Foundation among its Anti-Gay hate groups. The group advocates the death penalty for gay people as part of a broader plan for a Christian theocratic government. Its founder, R.J. Rushdoony, also opposed interracial marriage and racial integration, saying that the Bible "recognizes that some people are by nature slaves," and denied the Holocaust.[2]

Dove World Outreach Center[edit]

  • The SPLC lists the Dove World Outreach Center among its General Hate hate groups.[4] It cites the group's "increasingly vicious attacks on gays and Muslims," including leader Terry Jones's plan to burn the Qur'an.[2]

Family Research Council[edit]

  • The SPLC lists the Family Research Council among its Anti-Gay hate groups. It cites the group's status as a "font of anti-gay propaganda" due to its continual false claims that gay people are more likely to abuse children and that the gay rights movement aims to promote pedophilia. The group's active and influential participation in campaigns against LGBT rights legislation, and its promotion of scientifically questionable conversion therapy, are also factors.[50]

Fundamentalist Latter-Day Saints[edit]

  • The SPLC lists the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints among its General Hate hate groups.[4] It describes the group as a "white supremacist, homophobic, antigovernment, totalitarian cult," noting for example that members view the Mormon church's decision to ordain black priests as its "ultimate spiritual downfall" and that leader Warren Jeffs has said that the devil puts evil on earth via black people.[51]

Family Research Institute[edit]

  • The SPLC lists the Family Research Institute among its Anti-Gay hate groups. It cites the group's promotion of "completely discredited junk science pushed out by a man who has been condemned by three professional organizations," including the claim that gay people abuse children at far higher rates than straight people, that gay people have shorter lifespans, and that the gay rights movement promotes pedophilia and rape.[2]

Legion of St. Louis and IHS Press[edit]

  • The SPLC lists the Legion of St. Louis and IHS Press among its Radical Traditional Catholicism hate groups. It describes them as "two of the most nakedly anti-Semitic organizations in the entire radical traditionalist Catholic pantheon." The Legion of St. Louis urges Catholics to form "militant" communities to wage "real ideological and political war" against "Judeo-Masonic" elements in society, and blames the 9/11 attacks on Jews and Masons.[49]

MassResistance[edit]

  • The SPLC lists MassResistance among its Anti-Gay hate groups. It cites the group's opposition to anti-bullying programs and its propagation of false claims linking homosexuality and pedophilia. The group's leader, Brian Camenker, claims that no gay people died in the Holocaust and that gay rights activists promote bestiality.[2]

Nation of Islam[edit]

  • The SPLC lists the Nation of Islam as a Black Separatist hate group.[38] It cites the group's "long history of racist and anti-Semitic rhetoric that escalated dramatically with Louis Farrakhan's coup," as well as lesser amounts of homophobia and anti-Catholic sentiment. It also quotes both Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s own 1959 critical description of the NOI as "a hate group arising in our midst that would preach the doctrine of black supremacy," and former NOI preacher Malcolm X's own denunciation of the "sickness and madness" of NOI racism.[52].
  • The ADL classifies the NOI as a hate group for its racist and antisemitic rhetoric, including conspiracy theories about Jewish control of the media and Farrakhan's blaming of Jews for the African slave trade.[53]

Remnant Press[edit]

  • The SPLC lists Remnant Press among its Radical Traditional Catholicism hate groups. It cites the group's antisemitism, including a claim that Anti-Defamation League tours of the United States Holocaust Museum were meant to "indoctrinate Catholic educators into the 'holocaust religion'" and demands that Jews convert to Christianity.[49]

Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary[edit]

  • The SPLC lists Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary among its Radical Traditional Catholicism hate groups. It cites the group's vocal antisemitism: members believe that Jewish people, whom one leader described as "the perpetual enemy of Christ," will be the first to welcome the anti-Christ and will begin "the most savage persecution of the Church in the history of the world," and that the Virgin Mary threatened Jews with "blood and terror if it's required."[49]

St. Michael's Parish/Mount Saint Michael[edit]

  • The SPLC lists St. Michael's Parish/Mount Saint Michael among its Radical Traditional Catholicism hate groups. It cites the group's propagation of antisemitic conspiracy theories, including the Protocols of the Elders of Zion and Jews' supposed desire to establish a one-world government.[49]

Traditional Values Coalition[edit]

  • The SPLC lists the Traditional Values Coalition among its Anti-Gay hate groups. It cites the group's propagation of the false claims that gay people molest children at "epidemic rates" and that the gay rights movement aims to destroy the concept of marriage and promote pedophilia. Founder Louis P. Sheldon has advocated forcing people with AIDS into "cities of refuge."[2]

References[edit]

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  3. ^ a b c d e f g "Active Anti-Immigrant Groups". Intelligence Files. Southern Poverty Law Center. Retrieved 2011-01-31. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q "Active General Hate Groups". Intelligence Files. Southern Poverty Law Center. Retrieved 2012-04-30. 
  5. ^ a b "Willis Carto". Extremism in America. Anti-Defamation League. Retrieved 2011-02-19. 
  6. ^ a b c d "Active Racist Skinhead Groups". Intelligence Files. Southern Poverty Law Center. Retrieved 2011-02-01. 
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  24. ^ "Hammerskin Nation". Extremism in America. Anti-Defamation League. Retrieved 2011-01-30. 
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  40. ^ "New Black Panther Party for Self Defense". Anti-Defamation League. Retrieved 2011-01-30. 
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  47. ^ "Volksfront". Extremism in America. Anti-Defamation League. Retrieved 2011-01-30. 
  48. ^ "Westboro Baptist Church". Extremism in America. Anti-Defamation League. Retrieved 2011-01-30. 
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  50. ^ "Family Research Council". Intelligence Files. Southern Poverty Law Center. Retrieved 2011-02-28. 
  51. ^ "Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints". Intelligence Files. Southern Poverty Law Center. Retrieved 2011-02-28. 
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