Citizens Against Hate

…seeking a kinder and gentler world

COLD SHOT ON MONDAY – 4-21-08 @ 8:00 EASTERN

Posted by nicolen on April 20, 2008

EYE ON HATE RADIO NETWORK PRESENTS…
COLD SHOT
With Nikki Nichols

April 21, 2008 Topics:


Polygamy,prejudice, and pedophilia – a follow-up report on the latest out of El Dorado, Texas.

“In the good old times, regulation of minimal age for consensual sex was based on biological reality. As soon as a girl had her first cycle (12-13 years old), parents sought a man to marry them with. Having a child between 16-20 years is what a woman’s body is designed for. This period forms the peak of fertility and, of course, the peak age of sexual drive and appeal.” (from the warped mind of a racist)


Which one is the pig? Why Bob Dumas, a Raliegh, N.C. radio host has caught our attention – along with a special interview with Beth Jacobs, the Founding Director of Brown Babies, Inc. who will shed some light on the racism and bigotry at G105 Radio that needs to be stopped NOW.

“Brown Babies is a nonprofit organization that advocates for the rights of children living in poor communities. While a large percentage of our membership are families of color, Brown Babies speaks out for the right for all children to have opportunities to succeed in America. The continuation of this blatantly bigoted radio show is harmful to all children and should be banned from our public airwaves. Just because hate can be well disguised as humor does not make it any less real or dangerous.” (Beth Jacobs).

There are close to 900 hate groups operating within the United States today. While memership numbers in these groups are small, that doesn’t tell the real story. Forces other than organized white supremacist organizations are reeling in and exploiting many young people within our nation.

The dangers these people pose to our youth are many and far-reaching. Nikki Nichols discusses youth within the “movement” and how to protect your children.

The Hate Crime Blotter – All the events and Hate crimes from around the country this week.

Personal reflections on the deadliest act of domestic terrorism in the U.S. – The Oklahoma City Bombing – 13 years later.

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