Friday, February 22, 2019


SEE: below in full unedited for informational, educational and research purposes:
In The Coming of the Third Reich, historian Richard J. Evans explains how, in the early days of National Socialist Germany, Stormtroopers (Brownshirts) “organized campaigns against unwanted professors in the local newspapers [and] staged mass disruptions of their lectures.” To express dissent from Nazi positions became a matter of taking one’s life into one’s hands. The idea of people of opposing viewpoints airing their disagreements in a civil and mutually respectful manner was gone. One was a Nazi, or one was silent (and fearful).
Today’s fascists, such as “journalist” Alex Kotch call themselves “anti-fascists” and claim that they’re against “hate.” But like the Nazis, they are totalitarian: they are determined not to allow their opponents to murmur the slightest whisper of dissent. Forcibly suppressing the speech of someone with whom one disagrees is a quintessentially fascist act. These fascists will target you for destruction if you oppose jihad mass murder and Sharia oppression of women and others.
And so it is that Kotch is going after various charitable foundations, trying to intimidate them into stopping donations to groups that the Southern Poverty Law Center deems to be “hate groups.” Never mind that the SPLC is incurably biased and viciously inaccurate, lumping in legitimate organizations whose only crime is to dissent from the Leftist agenda with the likes of the KKK and neo-Nazis. What the SPLC’s Heidi Beirich says in this article is revealing: “Beirich said the SPLC has a high bar for listing organizations as hate groups. SPLC looks for ‘organizations that demean or debase an entire other group of people based on their inherent characteristics.’ Hate groups are those that issue ‘serious slurs’—for example, claims that Jews are evil or gay men are pedophiles.”
Well, in that case, Jihad Watch (and AFDI, the DHFC, and the CSP, and many others) are not actually “hate groups” by the SPLC’s own criterion. I challenge Heidi Beirich and Alex Kotch to come up with a single time that I or any other Jihad Watch writer has demeaned or debased an entire group of people based on their inherent characteristics. And I’m continuing to look into legal options against the SPLC; now that they’ve defined how they decide what a “hate group,” it ought to be readily provable that they have defamed me and my organization, and done so willfully and repeatedly.
Anyway, Alex Kotch and his colleagues may succeed in drying up all the funding that I and others who oppose jihad mass murder and Sharia oppression of women, gays, and others receive. America is entering a very dark period, with half the electorate believing that the other half has no right to express its views, and must be silenced. It’s coming down fast. But Alex Kotch will never be able to make up down, or red blue, or the truth falsehood. It will, however, probably only dawn on him that it isn’t “hate” to oppose jihad terror and Sharia oppression when it is far too late. If ever.
“America’s Biggest Charities Are Funneling Millions to Hate Groups From Anonymous Donors,” by Alex Kotch, Sludge, February 19, 2019:
Anti-Muslim nonprofits including the David Horowitz Freedom Center ($3 million) and Frank Gaffney’s Center for Security Policy ($1.6 million), anti-LGBT organizations such as Alliance Defending Freedom ($2.7 million) and the Family Research Council ($548,000), and the white nationalist organization the VDARE Foundation ($46,000) have all received funds from one or more of the donor-advised funds investigated by Sludge….
Abbas Barzegar, director of research at Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), told Sludge…
Kotch unironically goes to Hamas-linked CAIR as an authority. He doesn’t bother to tell his hapless readers that CAIR is an unindicted co-conspirator in a Hamas terror funding case — so named by the Justice Department. CAIR officials have repeatedly refused to denounce Hamas and Hizballah as terrorist groups. Several former CAIR officials have been convicted of various crimes related to jihad terror. CAIR’s co-founder and longtime Board chairman (Omar Ahmad), as well as its chief spokesman (Ibrahim Hooper), have made Islamic supremacist statements about how Islamic law should be imposed in the U.S. (Ahmad denies this, but the original reporter stands by her story.) CAIR chapters frequently distribute pamphlets telling Muslims not to cooperate with law enforcement. CAIR has opposed virtually every anti-terror measure that has been proposed or implemented and has been declared a terror organization by the United Arab Emirates. CAIR’s Hussam Ayloush in 2017 called for the overthrow of the U.S. government. CAIR’s national outreach manager is an open supporter of Hamas.
The donor-advised funds contributed to other prominent anti-Muslim groups including the David Horowitz Freedom Center (over $3 million over three years from all four groups and Donors Trust’s sister group, Donors Capital Fund) and Pamela Gellar’s American Freedom Defense Initiative ($385,000 over three years from all four groups). Fidelity Charitable also gave $1,725 to Jihad Watch, a project of the David Horowitz Freedom Center run by noted Islamophobe Robert Spencer….