That is true, FV.
I was preparing a reply to Greg Hanifls broad-brush letter in your July 23 issue when I was diverted by the headline in the July 25 issue and sent my objection in my message of yesterday.
Just as well because this mornings paper carries the excellent rebuttal by Mr. Ferrara. I can only add that my investigation of Mr. Hanifls allegations turned up only Mr. Ferraras (et al) love for the Catholic Latin Mass and certain other things changed in the Church after Vatican II. Jews were only mentioned in the context of whether or not they could enter Heaven by their original God-given covenant or must be converted to Jesus Christ for that entry. This raised only the argument as to whether or not the Jew should be a target of evangelization; definitely not the target of hate. Christians evangelize only in love for the non-Christian.
Unless you edited out some of Mr. Hanifls letter (certainly within your purview), his inference that Christian Identity is one of the 12 hate groups in Wisconsin is probably misplacing them from the Southwest.
And then he attempts to refute my statement that pro-life people would not endorse CI, by claiming that Mr Ferrara, through his defense of martyr Terri Schiavo, is therefore a pro-life person, and with his associates, are haters who endorse Christian Identity. My limited investigation on the Internet shows that CIs approval of violence is true and that some has been carried out.