Morris Dees, Advisor to Army Intelligence, FBI and Homeland Security on Domestic Terror/Patriot Groups
by Gordon Duff, Senior Editor
In recent weeks, it has come to light that the US Army, DHS and FBI are compiling lists of organizations listed as “terrorist.”
Some are politically extremist but many are veterans groups, totally innocent historical organizations with octogenarian membership and more are legitimate and reasonable groups who oppose government censorship and spying.
The primary organizations supplying the lists, lists that leave out real terror groups for some reasons are the ADL under Abraham Foxman and the SPLC under Morris Dees.
Foxman is closely aligned with AIPAC, long involved in espionage and terrorism against the US.
Now, Veterans Today, a notoriously liberal and progressive organization, broadly multi-cultural and deeply infiltrated with Jews, Muslims and American Patriots, takes offense at Dees, Foxman and the others who are pushing America “over a cliff.”
Dees, well, this court document barely touches the surface:
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