Jewish Supremacist SPLC, ADL, Exposed as Anti-White Hatemongers as Texas DA Murders Solved

The Jewish Supremacist Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) have been exposed as ruthless anti-white hatemongers after the news broke that the recent murders of Texas District Attorney officials had been solved and that a confession had been obtained from one of the arrested murderers.

When the murders of DA Mike McLelland, his wife Cynthia, and ADA Mark Hasse were first announced, both the SPLC and the ADL announced to the world, via their controlled mass media outlets, that “White Supremacists” called the “Aryan Brotherhood of Texas” were the prime suspects.


This story was taken up by Jewish-Supremacist controlled media across the world, and was followed up with major articles and reviews of what was until then a fairly obscure criminal gang which had no political platform or activism, and had merely taken the name “Aryan” as a moniker.

Nonetheless, for weeks (the first murders occurred in January this year), the Jewish Supremacists trumpeted the “evil” of the “white supremacist murder gangs” with their spokesmen, Mark Potok and Abe Foxeman, interviewed on television and quoted at length on national and international news outlets.

Now, however, it has emerged that a disgraced court official, Eric Wiliams, has been arrested and charged with the three murders.

Williams apparently took revenge on the three because he had been convicted of theft by McLelland and Hasse two years ago.

Williams was convicted in March 2012 by the district attorney’s office of burglary of a building and theft by a public servant, the station reported.

Surveillance cameras caught Williams taking computer equipment from a county building. As part of his appeal, Williams claimed McClelland and Hasse didn’t like him.

He was sentenced to two months of probation and lost his justice of the peace position as a result of the conviction.

The hysteria created by the Jewish Supremacist lies over who was responsible was taken seriously enough by the Texas Department of Public Safety to issue a warning to authorities statewide that the “Aryan Brotherhood of Texas” could “retaliate.”

This is not the first time that the Jewish Supremacists at the SPLC and ADL have been caught out in blatant anti-white hate propaganda.

In 2001, the ADL was successfully sued for defamation and forced to pay $10 million in compensation to a Denver couple slandered by that organization. William and Dorothy Quigley were labelled as “anti-Semites” in a press conference held by the ADL after a dispute with Jewish neighbors. The court found that there was no basis for the ADL’s slander and ordered the Jewish Supremacists to compensate the Quigleys handsomely.

The SPLC was most recently exposed as a hate organization, even by their own definition, in February this year when the gunman who attacked the Family Research Council (FRC) in Washington DC admitted that he was inspired to attack the pro-family organization because it was listed as a “hate group” by the SPLC.

Shooter Floyd Lee Corkins II pleaded guilty to three charges including a charge of committing an act of terrorism related to the August 15, 2012 injuring of FRC’s guard.

Corkins told the FBI that he wanted to kill anti-gay targets and went to the SPLC’s website for ideas. He picked his target off the SPLC’s “hate map” of organizations, to which the FRC had been added simply because it opposes homosexual marriage.

Previously, the Jewish Supremacist Potok had appeared on television linking numerous pro-white websites to the shooter at Washington DC’s Holocaust museum, James Wenneker von Brunn, 88.

Hatemonger Potok claimed that Von Brunn had been “inspired” by websites to attack the museum. Of course, he denied emphatically that the SPLC’s website had inspired Corkins to attack the FRC, even though that shooter had explicitly said the opposite.

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