Under questioning, Attorney Gen. Holder was surprisingly forthright in admitting that the hate bill is not intended to protect everyone, or even the majority. He said only historically oppressed minorities were to benefit. This means Jews, blacks, homosexuals, women, etc. Holder made it clear that if a white Christian male, including a serviceman or police officer, was the victim of a violent hate crime by any minority he would have to find redress from traditional law. He could not avail himself of the triple penalties and rapid government/justice system response given a protected minority.
Source: Vdare blog
Pro-hate bill testimony was heavily woven with the assertion that the Holocaust Museum shooting is a wakeup call, proving the need to legislate against prevalent and increasingly violent racism.Even the ADL admits that anti-Semitic incidents are on the decline and have been for years. They're so desperate to find anti-Semitic incidents that they classified a peaceful protest near a Jewish film festival and a David Irving speech as "hate crimes."
Most Judiciary Republicans were absent or called away from the hearing by debate over healthcare reform on the Senate floor. Yet Sen. Orrin Hatch, before having to leave, expressed the dominant question of Republicans through the hearing: Can Holder or anyone else give examples of how US states currently fail to enforce the law against hate criminals? Repeatedly, Holder was asked this question and couldn’t answer.
The ADL's paranoia and hatred of all non-Jews is now poisoning the minds of Department of Homeland Security employees as they are taking part of the ADL's "advanced training school" to keep an eye out for us "Thought Criminals."
Any American who still has a couple of brain cells left can easily see that this ADL sponsored "Hate Crimes" Act will be used by Zionists to supress free speech and incarcerate any who question Israel's homicidal activities or ask simple questions about who's in control of the Federal Reserve or why are there so many Jews in charge of key positions in the WH, Congress, the State Department and the Treasury.