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Intelligence Report
June 18, 2002

El 'movimiento' organizado anti-inmigración, cada vez más profundamente relacionado con los grupos de odio racial, está dominado por un solo hombre, John Tanton.

 

Intelligence Report
2001
Spring Issue
March 21, 2001

Anti-immigration groups claim that immigrants over-utilize government services, increase unemployment, bring diseases and degrade the environment. But studies from an array of groups show otherwise.

Intelligence Report
2001
Spring Issue
March 21, 2001

Behind the recent upswing in anti-immigration activism are an array of groups. Most of these groups work together and their leaders frequently hold cross-membership in several organizations at once.

Intelligence Report
2001
Spring Issue
March 21, 2001

A French novel, The Camp of the Saints, has become the favorite racist fantasy of the anti-immigrant movement in the US. Published by The Social Contract Press, the book is revered by American white supremacists.

Intelligence Report
2000
Spring Issue
June 13, 2000

An immigration lawyer charged with a series of anti-minority murders headed up the tiny 'Free Market Party.'

The California Coalition for Immigration Reform (CCIR) was founded in 1994 by Barbara Coe . Its original purpose was to serve as a co-sponsor for California's Proposition 187, which would have denied social and medical benefits to undocumented immigrants and their children. The initiative passed,...
SPLC Designated Hate Group
FAIR leaders have ties to white supremacist groups and eugenicists and have made many racist statements. Its advertisements have been rejected because of racist content. FAIR’s founder, John Tanton , has expressed his wish that America remain a majority-white population: a goal to be achieved,...
SPLC Designated Hate Group
On the American Patrol website and in self-produced videos, the group rails against Mexican immigrants, accusing them of bringing to the U.S. crime, drugs and squalor and of practicing “immigration via the birth canal.” Mexicans, in the words of group founder Glenn Spencer , are a “cultural cancer...

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