Can you guess who's quoted here
White men should "run, not walk" to wed "racially conscious" white women and avoid being out-bred by non-whites. Latinos are "rising to take this country away from those who made it," the "Euroamericans." Muslims are "human hyenas" who "smell blood" and are "closing in" on their "weakened prey," meaning "the white race." Blacks, Coombs sneers, are "saintly victims who can do no wrong." Black solidarity and non-white immigration are imposing "racial revolution and decomposition" in America.
Yes, it's Marion, the wife of the managing editor of The Washington Times, Francis Booth Coombs. She's just a lil' ol' "freelance writer" from Maryland, but it seems hubby has published her "work" in the WashSlimes many times, and sometimes without a byline...
But wait! Before you answer, take a peek at which citations are behind door number three:
In at least two Times pieces, Coombs cites Nick Griffin, head of the British National Party (BNP), as an authority on Muslim culture. In fact, eight paragraphs of one short story are quotations from Griffin. What Coombs forgets to mention is that the BNP is a whites-only extremist party whose leader has been convicted in England of race-hate crimes (see the Intelligence Report's Fall 2001 exposé, Hands Across the Water.
If you have a moment (and you're so inclined), let the Southern Poverty Law Center know how proud you are of their work, not to mention the Oscar for "Mighty Times: The Children's March, and drop The Slimes a note, telling them how "nice" it is to know that here in the USA, an AmeriKlan can feel free to poison the well of good will, as long as it's done in "America's Newspaper."