A Close Look At Anti-Racist “Watchdog” Groups
By Laird Wilcox
2nd Edition, 1999.
The “anti-racist” “watchdog” group movement in the United States consists of a number of organizations who “monitor” and combat the activities of their ideological opponents, which includes a wide range of organizations and individuals who have nothing to do with racism.
The “watchdog” elite includes the Anti-Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law Center, each of which is noted for enormous resources, massive legal staffs, and access to media and law enforcement to promote their agenda.
The watchdog “second-string,” which includes the Center For Democratic Renewal, Political Research Associates, and Anti-Racist Action, are noted for their radical political agenda and extensive “links and ties” to extremist groups on the far Left.
These five organizations are closely studied in this detailed investigative report by Laird Wilcox, which reveals a little-known side of these groups that they would prefer kept from the public. With the publication of the FBI’s Megiddo Report, which was compiled in part by agenda-driven watchdog groups, this issue is especially serious.
Included are documented instances of illegal spying, theft of police files, fund-raising irregularities, questionable “hate crime” statistics, irresponsible and fraudulent claims, perjury, vicious and unprincipled name-calling, ritual defamation, libel, intolerance of criticism, harassment, stalking, violence, a deep and longstanding involvements with Marxist-Leninist extremists, and a callous disregard for the civil liberties of their opponents and critics. A must for journalists and researchers. Extensively footnoted. 1997.
Laird Wilcox, Author — ISBN 0-933592-96-5 — $24.95 Postpaid!