As ACT for America has continued working to defend the security of the United States and its allies, we have come to realize the importance of protecting ourselves from the enemy within. With the continued attacks we face, not only in physical terms, but also on our culture, free speech, and values, it is more important now than ever that we pay, in full, the price of freedom by being vigilant against such threats. As such, ACT for America has compiled a true list of hate groups and domestic enemies operating within our nation.
We at ACT for America believe in the concept of “see something, say something” and recognize that the best way to learn about the various hate groups operating in the United States is to ask our fellow citizens to share what they are seeing.
Please let us know about groups that you believe should be included in our hate list, which you will see below. We will consider all recommendations, but ACT for America will ultimately determine based on our opinion whether we believe an organization meets our definition of a “hate group” or an internal enemy of the United States. At this point, we are only accepting groups, so please, no individual nominations.
Our belief is that hate groups in America generally share certain similar characteristics. These include true hatred for specific groups of people for no legitimate reason. An anti-Semitic, neo-Nazi group, or the Westboro Baptist Church may fall under this category.
Running parallel to groups like this are another category of hate groups that work to stifle free speech through intimidation or other means. Groups like the Southern Poverty Law Center epitomize this by attempting to publically shame individuals and organizations that have different political views than they do.
We also believe groups that are damaging to our national defense and/or American culture and values fall into this list. National defense is critical to the survival of our nation and so many groups that hate America share a similar hate for a strong national defense.
Hatred from some organizations come from their belief that America is not an exceptional nation and that we should be equal with everyone else. We do not believe this. These same groups have goals of eliminating America’s traditional values and principles while replacing them with a cultural doctrine that essentially makes us into the rest of the world. We are not like the rest of the world. We are America and we will not apologize for being an exceptional nation.
American culture and values are difficult to define; we are, after all, a melting pot. The diversity that has made America great is real diversity. People from various backgrounds and cultures that have come together to assimilate into a single American culture with American values. The unfortunate reality is that we are now more divided than ever before and that is because we have too many people that are refusing to assimilate into American culture. Assimilation does not mean overlooking your traditional values, it means working them into the overall tapestry that makes America.
Again, please let us know about groups that you believe should be included in our hate list, which you will see below and is solely based on the opinion of ACT for America.
ACT for America realizes that this list is not all-encompassing and does not include all our domestic enemies at this time, but with your help and your support, we will continue to keep Americans informed and work diligently to keep America safe.
The primary responsibility of the United States is to defend the freedom and well-being of the American people. To do this, the United States must apply America's universal principles to the challenges this nation faces in the world.
We will continue to add to this list on a quarterly basis with help from the American public and all those who recognize in the fundamental principles that make America the greatest nation on Earth.