WND's Farah calls NCLR "a racist hate group," compares group to KKK and neo-Nazis

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From Farah's May 30 column, headlined "A racist for the Supreme Court":

Sotomayor is a member of the National Council of La Raza. What is La Raza?

It bills itself as a "civil rights" organization. It would be more appropriate to say it disguises itself as such. It camouflages itself as such. It hides its real purpose and true intents as such - with the willing and skillful assistance of many of my media colleagues.

In reality, La Raza is a racist hate group - a band of "Hispanic supremacists," if you will, though it is seldom characterized that way.

It is no more a civil rights group than the Ku Klux Klan is a group promoting the civil rights of white people. It is no more a civil rights group than the neo-Nazi scum who marched a generation ago at Skokie, Ill., with the legal protection of the American Civil Liberties Union, another misnamed organization. It is no more a civil rights group than the Aryan skinheads who victimize Jews and others they detest in trying to lift themselves up from the gutter.

La Raza is part of the movement in this country to destroy it from within by dividing and "reconquering."

Its members and leadership are linked directly to those who believe the Southwestern U.S. was unjustly seized from Mexico in the 19th century. It should, they believe, by any means necessary, be reconstituted either as part of that thoroughly corrupt, socialist regime fled by tens of millions of refugees or as an independent, autonomous, Spanish-speaking socialist state - like the mythical land of Aztlan.

The only real differences between La Raza and the neo-Nazis and the KKK are its wealth, power and level of sophistication.

Previously:

Sanchez hosts NCLR's Murguia to respond to Tancredo's claim that group is a "Latino KKK," rebut other conservative claims

Maddow mocks Tancredo's comparison of NCLR to KKK

Media Matters' Boehlert goes head-to-head with Tancredo over Sotomayor on CNN

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