Skip to comments.Beware of Trojan Horses (Mod Lecture Series)
Posted on 06/09/2010 1:20:45 PM PDT by Admin Moderator
This is just a quick note to everyone. Lately, a lot of people have discovered a video that supposedly is by a Hawaii official that claims there is no Hawaii Birth Certificate for the President.
We have no idea as to the legitimacy of this claim however, we need to warn everyone that the source of this video is a group called The Council of Conservative Citizens. This is NOT a Conservative group, do not be fooled by the name. This group is a front group for a neo-Nazi group known as the National Alliance and is associated with Stormfront.
Sources such as this are not welcome at Free Republic for obvious reasons. If you see this video posted, please report it to us through the abuse button so we can remove it.
These groups have a history of creating front groups or websites to try to sneak into the mainstream. Another site that you may see a lot that works like this is the EU Times. From what we've found, they are associated with a pretty nasty European Neo-Nazi group.
We don't expect everyone to check every single source, especially as some do stay under the radar. Just stay vigilant and know that sites like this are out there.
That is all. You may return now to your regularly scheduled broadcast.
Roger, Wilco, over and out..................
So you are saying, if Robert Byrd is a contributor, it isn’t welcome? :->
Thanks for the heads up.
Nothing to do with the virus. Probably a bad choice of term on my part.
The mods hath spoken... All hail the mods...:)
Thanks, I have heard of this group but frankly knew nothing about them.
Is it true that 0bama is monetarily supporting Terrorists and Nazis, or was that just faux news of hopeful Neo-Nazis?
< / sarc >
"Obama announces additional $400 million in aid to Gaza"
I stay off the “birther” threads - period.
Please provide a link or add a VANITY tag. Thank you. /h
The Council of Conservative Citizens has nothing Free Republic can use or wants. Any material from them will be pulled as it is discovered.
I’ve noticed the EU Times is a really bizarre news site. That person whose first name is “Storcha” (can’t remember one syllable last name) writes the most elaborate inflammatory stuff designed to totally alarm Americans. What is the agenda with these folks? Makes no sense to me other than generating traffic to the site.
Thank you. I’ve never heard of the first one but I have seen many articles in the EU Times and I had no idea. Good to know.
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