This petition implores US Attorney General John Ashcroft to evaluate possible actions against the creators of books, publications and videos associated with the Anti-Defamation League and others, who may be in violation of state and federal hate crime statutes in the purposeful encouragement of hatred and violence against European Americans.
It appears that the Anti-Defamation League and others, through purposeful selective writings, publications and videos have, themselves, become an Anti-European American diatribe that has resulted in hate speech and hate crimes against European Americans in cities throughout the US.
Many European Americans believe that the Anti-Defamation League is a hate group working to falsely portray European American as the purveyors of racial animus, and the perpetrators of hate crimes and all others as our victims.
If not, why would they author a book called "Hate Hurts..." and push it in our schools when it falsely portrays European Americans as THE haters?
Why would they refuse to allow European Americans to join a coalition of "minority" groups fighting hatred because they say historically only minorities have been the victims of hate crimes"?
Why would they run a full page ad listing victims of hatred, but exclude European Americans?
Why would the ADL Director state "...frankly, hate crimes against European [American]s is not the burning issue of the day," when whites were actually most often victims of racially motivated multiple assailant street attacks in San Francisco?
And, why would reporter Matt Issacs write an in-depth investigative article about the Anti Defamation League for the SF Weekly, February 2-8 2000 titled, "Spy vs. Spite" wherein he asks the question "...should a group who spied on thousands of Californians be allowed to police the web [for kids]?"
Use of extreme selective writings, publications and videos of excessive violence against all racial groups except for a few European Americans at the urging of the Anti-Defamation League and others in their portrayal, displays a clear prejudicial bent against European Americans.
United States law documents that "bias related" or a "hate crime" means a "designated act that demonstrates an accused's prejudice based on the actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, family responsibility, physical handicap, matriculation, or political affiliation of a victim of the subject designated act." State and Federal statutes may apply.
We implore US Attorney General John Ashcroft, and the US Department of Justice to evaluate the anti-European American materials that are clearly present in their writings, books, videos and teachings, and ask that civil, criminal, and Federal hate-crime laws be utilized not only against the perpetrators involved in each and every act which has been encouraged, but against the authors, directors, producers, and screen writers responsible.