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A Chicago man has launched a website to mobilize millions of Americans to consign the American Civil Liberties Union to the “ash heap of history.”

The ACLU, says the website StopThe ACLU.org, is “relentlessly and fiercely assaulting America’s foundations by feverishly working through activist court systems to impose same-sex marriage and remove all vestiges of the Ten Commandments wherever they may be posted.”

Nedd Kareiva says his two main goals are to send 1 million letters to the ACLU’s headquarters in New York and to coordinate a march of 1 million Americans at each ACLU office in the nation.

As WorldNetDaily reported, an ACLU lawsuit against the Pentagon resulted in an agreement announced this week to ensure military bases do not sponsor Boy Scout troops.

Kareiva told WorldNetDaily in an e-mail that while there are public-interest law groups such as the American Center for Law and Justice and the Alliance Defense Fund standing up to the ACLU in court, citizens can do little apart from making financial contributions.

“In this past election,” he says on his website, “the ACLU and its activist allies were sent a clear message not to tamper with the institution of marriage” with the passage of 11 out of 11 amendments defending traditional marriage.

But that didn’t matter to the ACLU, Kareiva says, as litigation already is challenging measures passed in Georgia and Oklahoma.

“The ACLU wants same-sex marriage imposed upon America through radical activist judges,” he says.

His website exists for one purpose, he said, “to mobilize millions of God-fearing, patriotic Americans to stand up to the ACLU agenda and consigning it to the ash heap of history (or export it to Communist regions).”

Kareiva’s site shows “how the ACLU is reconstructing civilization” and outlines the agenda with information from the group itself.


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