Hate.Com: Extremists on the Internet (2000)

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Documentary from HBO's America Undercover series about hate groups on the internet.

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10 April 2003 | helpless_dancer
| Only white folks can hate
Morris Dees gives the viewer a one sided view of how hate works in America. According to Dees there are no hate crimes committed by blacks, browns, Orientals, or anyone other than white people. This was an interesting documentary on the insanity of those who harm others because of their color or beliefs, but totally lopsided. I suspect Mr. Dees has his own agenda, and it isn't based on his "caring for the downtrodden".


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23 October 2000



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