How the Tanton Attack Machine Works.

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One of the problems with the FOX based media machine is the constant use of racists from the John Tanton based anti-immigration, pro-abortion, anti-Hispanic attack machine.  These people wish to destroy anyone who disagrees with them.

One of their targets is Lindsey.

The other day he once again stepped in it.

You see, Lindsey has a little problem with honor and honesty.  He is both honorable and honest.  He is also like a dog with a bone.  He will not let go.  He will not quit.

Lindsey is being damned on Dan Stein’s little hate site.

Dan Stein Report

Want to know a little about Stein?

“…Dan Stein, today FAIR’s president and before that its executive director, has repeatedly attacked the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, which was aimed at reforming a racist quota system that basically restricted immigration to Northern Europeans. (President Johnson, in signing the act, said that “for over four decades the immigration policy of the United States has been twisted and has been distorted by the harsh injustice of the national origins quota system,” which was “un-American in the highest sense.”) Using an argument common in white nationalist circles, Stein has characterized the act as a disaster for Western civilization and Anglo-Saxon dominance. In a 1994 oral history housed at George Washington University’s Gelman Library, Stein told his interviewer that those who supported the 1965 reform wanted to “retaliate against Anglo-Saxon dominance” and that this “revengism” against whites had created a policy that is causing “chaos and will continue to create chaos.” In an earlier, 1991 memo entitled “The Defenders of American Culture Rise to the Call to Arms,” Stein said he hoped that mounting criticism of multiculturalism would eventually lead to attacks on the 1965 Act, which he called “a key mistake in national policy” and a “source of error.”

Stein also takes a dim view of today’s immigrants. He has warned that immigrants are engaged in “competitive breeding” aimed at diminishing white power and that “[m]any of them hate America, hate everything the United States stands for.” Stein led FAIR’s efforts to win funding from the racist Pioneer Fund, saying in 1993 that his “job [was] to get every dime of Pioneer’s money.” Stein also served as editorial adviser to The Social Contract, a nativist hate journal published by FAIR founder John Tanton, when it ran a particularly virulent special issue that was entitled, “Europhobia: The Hostility Toward European-Descended Americans.” The lead article of the issue argued that multiculturalism was replacing “successful Euro-American culture” with “dysfunctional Third World cultures.”…”

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