Friday, August 31, 2012

Racist Website Denounces Tennessee Equality Project

Posted By on Fri, Aug 31, 2012 at 12:23 PM

Occidental Dissent, a website with a black history month series highlighting negative stories about black people and a memorial wall for "victims" of the "war against white people," has denounced the Tennessee Equality Project as being "committed to destroying white Christian Tennessee."

The Tennessee Equality Project is dedicated to protecting and advancing the civil rights of LGBT people in the state. The Memphis chapter has pushed for non-discrimination policies in the city and county and were successful at the county level.

In the post on the racist website made on August 30th, Hunter Wallace called TEP a "genocidal organization" for what he considers the group's plan to dismantle the "Southern white Christian majority."

According to the post: "The goal of the 'Tennessee Equality Project' to make Tennessee less Southern, less white, less Christian, and less conservative through mass immigration and multiculturalism — what they call 'a strong commitment to diversifying the region' — in order to create a majority of hostile and resentful aliens that will allow liberals to dominate the state and redistribute the wealth of the existing white Christian majority."

(Note: Any reference to "white" on the Occidental Dissent website is capitalized, but those words were lowercased in this post.)

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