<br>Right now, there are many active hate groups in the United States such as the Ku Klux Klan, Neo-Nazi, Skinheads, Christian identity, Black Separatists, etc. These hate groups like the Ku Klux Klan, which is one of America's oldest and more feared, use violence and move above the law to promote their different causes. Another example is a group called Christian Identity, who describes a religion that is fundamentally racist and anti-Semitic; and other are the Black Separatist groups, who are organizations whose ideologies include tenets of racially based hatred. Because of the information gathered by the Intelligence Project from hate groups' publications, citizen's reports, law enforcement agencies, field …show more content…
The Supreme Court Justices have decided that some kinds of speech are not protected by the Constitution, but the question still remains: "Does freedom of speech mean freedom to hate?" Nobody knows what is going to happen next but we are completely sure that if we do not step into it and fight it back, it is going to get worse. Right now, there are a lot of hate groups that are printing pamphlets and flyers so they can recruit new members. They are also reaching larger audiences through electronic media, such as internet, television, and radio. People know that these hate groups are using the first amendment to protect themselves from the justice and organizations that are trying to take them down. The American people think and agree that these hate groups should not be allowed to exist.
<br>Hate based on race; religion and sexual orientation exist within any cultural rich societies. When this hate fuels a person into taking violent actions upon those that he hate, it is called a hate crime, an issue which the American people are seriously concerned about. Many Americans watch and see how hate groups commit a lot of crimes against the people they hate, but they do nothing. What they do not know is that this is occurring all across the nation and all around the world. People