Is it getting better, do you feel the same?
Will it make it easier on you now, you've got someone to blame?
- U 2
Many individuals, groups, organizations, institutes, and foundations
are currently active in the United States which exist for the sole
purpose of destroying the Constitutional laws and rights upon which
honest Americans abide. Their motivations are many, consisting of a
broad spectrum of destructive and tyrannical religious
ideologies. There are no known secular hate groups in
operation in the United States. (If you know of any, please
let me know so that I can
investigate the organizations and report on them.)
Of course we have all seen the media coverage of these hate groups:
- The better-educated among us watched in horror as
David Duke, the one-time head of the Christian
organization called The Ku Klux Klan, nearly acquired the
governor-ship of Louisiana. Imagine what the results of a successful
election for David Duke would have been to every Jew,
black, Catholic, Mormon, Jehovah Witness, Mexican, and atheist in the
- We continue to observe hatred and bigotry spouted from every
fundamentalist Christian pulpit across the country. Bigotry against
blacks, women, homosexuals, Mexicans, atheists, and even other brand
names of Christianity are all favorite targets for these purveyors of
hatred. Using the rhetoric of "Hate the sin, not the sinner,"
these people manage to convince themselves they can hate with
justification. Using the rhetoric of," Jews were created out of
mud" and "blacks are the result of Eve copulating with
animals," these purveyors of hatred manage to convince themselves
they can hate with justification -- all of it fully sanction by gods
and the Christian mythologies, of course.
- Every week brings news of domestic Christian terrorists murdering
abortion providers, blowing up business, or assaulting women. One
Christian terrorist organization last month even went so far as to plant
two bombs timed apart for the specific purpose of killing rescue workers
working to aid the victims of the first. (Review the so-called
"Army of God" Christian organization.)
- Every month brings news of a self-proclaimed "militia"
taking "responsibility" for a terrorist act against what they
pretend is "the enemy." Every one of the self-proclaimed
"militias" are Christian terrorist organizations
with a membership largely consisting of Pentecostal or
Christian Identity believers. They believe that Jews are
taking over the world with a so-called New World Order and
that they have the right to murder children because "what about all
those unborn babies murdered in abortion clinics?" They believe
that the Second Amendment of the Constitution of the United States grants
them the right to form "militias" of their own. (They do so by
selectively reading what they wish and ignoring the rest of the
Constitution.) Timothy McVeigh, the Oklahoma City bomber,
is a Christian Identity follower who was trained by one of
these self-proclaimed "militias," led by a Baptist minister.
- Voter apathy allows Creationists to subvert science education in the
public schools -- until the populace learns of their stealth deceptions
and turn out in mass to eject them the following year. In the same
vein there are hundreds of anti-science organizations
which seek to subvert science in favor of a racial or religious
ideology masquerading as science -- every single one of which are the
very antithesis of good, quality science.
- The growing anti-women sentiment culminating in the creation of
the Promise Keepers -- the so-called "Men's Christian
Organization" which advocates the violent "taking back"
of men's authority over their wives -- all for the little women's good,
of course. During and immediately after this group's Klan rallies, many
women have reported being accosted by these hate-mongering anti-woman
- The instigation of unconstitutional laws around the country, each
of which seek to feed upon the fears and hatred of the ignorant among
the populace. From the "Communications Decency Act" to the
infamous Proposition 2 in Colorado, fundamentalist purveyors of hatred
and bigotry are actively seeking to enact unconstitutional laws.
When humanists and secularists ask for honest Christians to take
care of their religion's garbage and try to police their members, the
ages-old cop-out is nearly always employed: "Oh but they're not
TRUE Christians!" Thus the problem is relegated to "It's not
our fault because it's not our problem."
The problem is that Christianity is fractured into thousands of brands,
each of them ranging from the positive side of the spectrum to the most
evil side of the spectrum. Every fraction pretends every other fraction
aren't "TRUE Christians." Thus honest Christians
honestly don't see the need to police groups they can't acknowledge
are their responsibility.
The fact is that hatred and bigotry is everybody's business. Sadly the
clean-up of religious bigots have been left to the secular community
simply because the religious refuse to admit they have a problem and
will rarely even acknowledge they exists.
We all know the major players. Here is a list which will grow over the
years. The list contains some of the major players as well as many of
the hate groups which finance hatred and bigotry in the United States.
As detailed information comes in concerning each, that information will
If you know of other like-minded organizations, please
let me know so that I can check
into them and include them in the list.
- American Spectator.
- American Center for Law and Justice. This hate group is led by Marion
"Pat" Robertson, one of the most hateful bigots we have in
- America's Promise Ministries. This is a pretty rabid anti-Semetic group
which wants to pretend that white people are the "chosen ones"
of the gods instead of Jews.
- Amway Corporation. Has extensive ties with the Council for National
Policy and provides funds for a great many bigot causes.
- Aryan Nations. One of the better known organizations whose official
membership must profess a belief in the Christian gods. While they mostly
focus on anti-Semitism, they also advocate the murder of homosexuals.
Meeting places are usually always Christian churches. Traditional robes
are still worn during some meetings yet the ritual robe has been pretty
much replaced by the business suit.
- Bill Bright, Campus Crusade for Christ. One of the more notable hate
groups seeking to replace the Constitution with a strange brand of
- Billy Falling, Christian Voters League. This hate master has ties to
LifeLine and the Randal Terry terrorist.
- Cathedral of the Pines. An organization that allows the free use of
a beautiful forest setting for weddings -- unless you're a Wiccan or
Pagan couple, that is. When this organization lifts their ban on life-
affirming religions using the facilities, they'll be removed from this
- Christian Association of PrimeTimers. This group targets senior
citizens as their victims. It uses the money that retired people have or
receive for their retirement to work toward destroying the Constitution
and installing their brand of theocracy.
- Chalcedon Foundation. This cult wishes to discard the Constitution and
install themselves as the leaders of a theocracy.
- Christian Coalition. Considered by most Christians and non-Christians
to be an anti-Christian organization, ironically enough. This group is
one of the largest organizations responsible for trying to get Creationism
snuck into the public schools. Also works to implant state-sanctioned
prayers to the Christian deities in the public schools. Works to
deny a woman's right to choose abortion. Also works to finance religious
schools through tax money. Headed by Ralph Reed, this
organization has become ever more deadly over the years. Agenda includes
the replacement of public schools with fundamentalist Christian schools
paid for by tax dollars.
- Christian Reconstructionism. This is rather like Christian Identity
yet, instead of a primary focus on race hatred, these Christians focus on
discarding the Constitution and the Democratic Republic in favor of
theocracy. Like most fundamentalist Christians, this hate group also
wishes to execute homosexuals. One of the most vocal bigots representing
this hate movement is George Grant.
- Citizens for Excellence in Education. Organization attempts to get
State-sanction invocation to the Christian deities imposed in the public
schools. Also works to sneak Creationism into public schools. Agenda
includes the replacement of public schools with fundamentalist Christian
schools paid for by tax dollars.
- Collegiate Network. Seeks to impose State-sanctioned prayer to the
Christian gods in the public schools. Works to stop sex education in
public schools. Has some experience attempting to get Creationism
taught as if it were science. Agenda includes the replacement of public
schools with fundamentalist Christian schools paid for by tax dollars.
- Concerned Women for America. A not-very-serious kind of organization
which focuses on anti-abortion, anti-woman, and anti-homosexual rhetoric.
Publishes a minor publication. Ironically the group is intended for
- Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Cult master
is D. James Kennedy. This hate group seeks to destroy the Constitution
and install a theocracy in their own image. The hate group is violently
homophobic and anti-woman. The membership is vocally homophobic. The
rhetoric the hate group's leaders use are military in nature: they pretend
they're "soldiers" and that they're an "army." Their
rhetoric includes phrases such as, "government of christ." The
hate group has ties to the Rushdoony cult and Christian reconstructionist
racist groups. Kennedy also runs the "Center for Christian
Statesmanship," directed by Frank Wright. It's violently anti-abortion
and anti-woman as well as anti-ACLU, anti-United Nations, and its sales
tactics include hatred of communism. Kenney's co-conspirators includes
David Barton and Randall Terry -- two domestic terrorist leaders. Also
conspires with R. J. Rushdoony, Gary North, and Pete Peters. Has further
ties to the "Coalition on Revival" and the so-called
- Council for Conservative Citizens. This group foments racism with
special focus upon anti-Semitism.
- Council for National Policy. Very secret organization which
works to discard the Constitution and the Bill of Rights and seeks to
impose theocracy in America -- theocracy done-up in their own image.
Dobson, the leader behind the Focus On the Family cult, works very
closely with this hate group. The group meets in secret yet Freedom
Writer manages to `slip' reporters into their gatherings. At the Feb
7, 1998 gathering, former U.S. Attorney General Edwin Meese, former U.S.
Vice President Dan Quayle, Steve Forbes, Phyllis Schlafly, and Christian
Coalition president Donald Hodel attended. This hate-group is so secret
that they don't publically announce their gatherings and special badges
are issued to those invited to attend. The group works very hard to
keep anyone out who might report on what they talk about though they
have been infiltrated and can't do anything about civil rights groups
taking their photographs from the bushes.
- Domino's Pizza. Has a long history of financing domestic terrorist
"Pro-Life" organizations. At one time a set percentage of
this organization was distributed to a number of anti-abortion groups
yet either the practice has stopped else (which is more likely) the
organization has stopped advertising their financing of terrorist groups.
- Focus on the Family. One of the most blatant homophobic groups in
the United States. Finances Promise Keeper cult to some extent. Sells
fear to the gullible over the radio then sells books, tapes, tracts,
magazines, et al. to the gullible to "solve" their problem.
(Contact Fredric L. Rice for further details about his personal
involvement with this hate group.)
- Free Congress Foundation.
- Heartland Institute.
- Institute for Justice.
- Jack Chick Publications. This bizarre hate cult publishes comic books
for their followers which are much like the comic books published by the
Ku Klux Klan. The cult tries to make its followers believe that there is
a world-wide conspiracy of "Satanists" and "witches"
in America which kidnap, torture, murder, then eat around 300,000 babies.
Since there is no evidence, law enforcement agencies are obviously
involved in the conspiracy. This cult hates Pagans and Wiccans most of all.
- Jerry Falwell. This hate leader seeks to disband the Constitution
and install theocracy of his own creation. Violently anti-woman as well
as homophobic. Falwell has allegedly paid out millions of dollars to
keep the families of children he's raped from proceeding with legal
- Jews for Jesus. One of the more bizarre groups which specifically
targets Jews -- and ignores the uncounted thousands of requests by
Jews who want to be left alone. This organization demands that Jews
should ignore the Christian blasphemy of making a god out of a
man and the even worse blasphemy of making that man/god Jewish.
- Jim Wickstrom. This loser is a Christian Identity master which has
strong ties to the "Posse Comitatus," a cult which hates Jews
and blames abortions on vague, unspecified "Jewish Doctors." This
nut and his cult pretends that fetuses taken from people by "Jewish
Doctors" will be blasted into space -- I'm not kidding; that's what
this hate group tells each other.
- John Ashcroft, Senator from Missouri. This clown wants to destroy the
Constitution and construct a strange theocracy -- presumably with himself
in charge. This guy is a senator and yet he's anti-American.
- Ku Klux Klan. Probably the most historically militant hate group
operating around the world. The activities of this group has been on
the decline in the United States yet the organization is still huge and
still exists. Members must profess belief in the Christian gods. The
organization is ideologically in step with Aryan Nations. Usually
meets in Christian churches. Organizes hate marches. The ACLU has
also defended their rights to march and speak.
- Landmark Legal Foundation. Funds attempts to create tax-subsidized
religious schools. Agenda includes the replacement of public schools
with fundamentalist Christian schools paid for by tax dollars.
- Lifeline Long Distance. One of the most sickening hate groups you're
likely to find. They specifically advertise intolerance for homosexuals
and use 10% of their revenues to finance anti-abortion agendas and
anti-homosexual laws. Also verified to be financing domestic terrorist
organizations like Operation Rescue and the so-called Army of God. This
hate group makes no apology for what it does.
- Lyndon LaRouche. One of the most bizarre, insane individuals one is
likely to meet. This hate monger is a very good example of what a belief
in the Christian mythologies can do to someone when they are pathologically
paranoid and hate-filled.
- Manhatten Institute.
- Nation of Islam. Originally started by Malcom Little (a.k.a. Malcom-X)
this group started with the desire to bring equality to black Americans.
Over the years it has become corrupt and politically abusive, focusing
upon and fomenting racial disharmony. Lately this hate group has started
to perpetuate conspiracy theories involving the Los Angeles Police
- National Association of Scholars.
- National Empowerment Television.
- National Interest.
- National Right to Life.
- New Criterion.
- Operation Rescue. A domestic terrorist organization responsible for
the murder of a large number of abortion providers. Headed by cult
leader Randal Terry. The organization preaches hatred
and ignorance and the submission of females to their male masters. The
cult's leadership advocates the abolishment of the Constitution and the
removal of women from the work force. The cult has recently started
to jump onto the homophobic bandwagon as a means of increasing their
revenues. Though Terry still runs this hate group, the leaders have
put one Jeff White up as puppet leader controlled by Terry. This hate
group generates organizations daily -- an example being `Operation
Restore Liberty.' Many other hate mongers work for the group including
criminals such as Rev. Flip Benham.
- Parental Freedom in Education. Funds attempts to create
tax-subsidized religious schools. Attempts to sneak cult followers
into public school boards through second or third-hand organizations.
Agenda is to replace public schools with fundamentalist Christian
schools paid for by tax dollars.
- Partners Advancing Values in Education. Funds attempts to create
tax-subsidized religious schools. Has some history of attempting to
sneak cult followers into Public School boards.
- Pete Peters. This individual is one of the most rabid spokesmen for
the self-proclaimed "militia" cults that have sprung-up around
the United States in the last five years. He and his groups demand that
Jews are controlling the world in conjunction with a so-called "New
World Order" within which the United Nations will be
taking over the United States. Thus Jews become the puppet masters of
an international, "Satan-led" conspiracy to destroy us all.
- Policy Research Institute. Funds attempts to create tax-subsidized
religious schools. Agenda includes the replacement of public schools
with fundamentalist Christian schools paid for by tax dollars.
- Phineas Priesthood. The title "Phineas" is used by a great
many Christian hate groups in the United States. The name is taken from
the classical Christian mythologies. In the mythologies Phineas murders
married couple because they were of different races. You can well imagine
what this and other Christian hate groups with "Phineas" in their
titles stand for.
- Promise Keepers. Anti-woman, anti-homosexual hate groups which meet
in football and baseball stadiums. The rhetoric employed is that the
Christian gods sanction the violent "taking back" of male's
dominion over women -- all for the little woman's own good, of course.
- Public Interest.
- Rodney O. Skurdal. This is one of the most blatantly and vocal
anti-woman bigots you're likely to find. This one makes statements about
how women should not be allowed in the workplace.
- Scientology. This is one of the most criminal businesses yet created.
They think nothing of torturing and murdering members and ex-members.
- Stormfront White Nationists.
- The Army of God. Much like Operation Rescue only this one takes
responsibility for their terrorist activities. This Christian group
claims the responsibility for several abortion clinic bombing, including
the now-infamous double-bombing specifically intended to murder the
rescue workers aiding victims in the first blast.
- The Bradly Foundation. Funds attempts to create tax-subsidized
religious schools. One of the more deceitful of such organizations.
Agenda includes the replacement of public schools with fundamentalist
Christian schools paid for by tax dollars.
- The Church of Jesus Christ Christian. Ideologically similar to
Aryan Nations and Ku Klux Klan. Anti-Semetic hatred is their primary
focus. Engages in and advocates violence.
- The Heritage Foundation. Finances racist "research" such
as the book "The Bell Curve." One of the more serious
groups which at least attempts to appear to be predicated in reason.
(See the archive folder titled "The Bell Curve I.Q.")
- The Institute for Historic Review. An anti-Semitic hate group which
tries to deny the Jewish Holocaust ever happened. While the group
makes the attempt to appear scholarly, people who actually spend the
time to review this group's publications or listen to the cult leader's
rhetoric easily uncover the blatant lies. This Christian cult has a
web site http://www.ihr.org/ which exposes their own racist hatreds.
This hate group also can been exposed on http://www.fpp.co.uk/
- Jewish Defense League. This group is the other side of the anti-semite
coin which, though originally chartered to expose the revisionism and
denial of the Jewish Holocaust, has itself become wracked with hate
rhetoric. Said one Robert J. Newman in a JDL article titled "David
Cole: Monstrous Traitor," "Don't you think it is time that we
flushed this rotten, sick individual down the toilet, where the rest of
the waste lies? One less David Cole in the world will certainly not
end Jew-hatred, but it will have removed a dangerous parasitic,
disease-ridden bacteria from infecting society." The article then
is followed by what appears to be a threat: "JDL wants to know the
location of Holocaust denier David Cole, pictured above. Anyone
giving us his correct address will receive a monetary reward."
Irv Ruben of the JDL later denied that it was a hit or a contract out
on David Cole. The fact that the Jewish Defense League has not
apologized for Mr. Newman's hate-filled remarks earns this group
an entry in The Skeptic Tank's hate list. It will be removed when
a public apology is made by Mr. Newman to Mr. Cole. NOTE: The FBI
listed the JDL as a terrorist organization.
- The John M. Olin Foundation.
- The Moral Majority. One-time major player on the hatred and bigotry
field, this organization has declined toward unofficial existence. The
organization's leaders and members, however, haven't gone anywhere and
are still active in promoting unconstitutional laws across the nation.
- The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. As
most everyone knows this organization works toward "raising"
the living standards of dark-skinned citizens in the United States.
What many people don't know, however, is that the leadership of this
organization is becoming more and more Muslim. The hiring policy of
this organization is entirely racist and elitist as well. The group
has historically done much good for society yet has become ever more
corrupt over the years.
- The Order. This hate group is mastered by Bob Mathews, a domestic
terrorist which focuses on racism and abortion. He and his cult like to
demand that abortion in the United States is "the suicide of the
white race" never mind the fact that abortion in the United States
is predominately used by blacks and Mexicans.
- The Rutherford Institute. Has a history of targeting children.
- The Sarah Scaife Foundation.
- The Sword and the Cross. One of the many anti-Semitic hate groups
in operation around the world. Ideologically similar to the so-called
"Identity"e; groups that are gaining in popularity among the
- The Union-Leader (newspaper.) Right-wing extremist publication
which is more of a bulletin than a newspaper.
- Traditional Values Coalition. Anti-homosexual hate group which
actively attempts to make people believe there is no such thing as a
separation of church and State.
- U. S. Tax Payers Party. Actively supports the domestic terrorist
group Operation Rescue.
- Voting Integrity Project.
- West Minister Academy. This is a K-12 school which has ties to the Knox
Theological Seminary. It's a private school wherein children are taught
- Westboro Baptist Church, Topeka, Kansas. Rev. Fred Phelps. This is
one of the most rabid homophobic groups in operation around the United
States. This particular group is so evil as to actually "picket"
funerals for homosexuals, turning them into fist-fights and riots. Though
The Skeptic Tank has additional information on this hate group in the
archives, Schartz Patrick provided a good summation: "They picket
churches, schools, businesses, funerals against homosexuality. Everyone who
does not believe in their ways of thinking is a homosexual or a Jezebelian
whore. According to Phelps' group, Bob Dole is a fag; Washburn University
is a institution headed by fags; and local churches have nothing but
homosexual preachers. According to one Phelps follower that I encountered
a few years ago, the priest at my Catholic church was a 'faggot.'"
- White Aryan Resistance. This Christian hate group is led by Tom
Metzger, a master who tells his sheep that abortion is okay provided it
is of non-white mothers, otherwise the white mother should be forced to
give birth at gun point.
- Virginia Trinitarian Pro-nomian Alliance (VTPA.) This hate group
seeks to overthrow the Constitution of the United States and works to
remove the Bill of Rights. The followers are Christian Reconstructionists
which attempt to install theocracy in the United States.