Guest post by Mustang.
What is the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC)? They were founded in the early 1970s by two Alabama lawyers by the names of Morris Dees and Joseph Levin. Levin managed the SPLC for its initial few years, while Morris Dees was irrevocably convinced that America is a racist nation and needs his guiding hand to lead us into the light. As psychotic as that sounds, it only gets worse. The operating methodology of SPLC is to launch expensive lawsuits against fringe organizations, such as the KKK (Founded by a Democrat, of course) and others, at about the time when hardly anyone ever heard of these organizations. Those who had heard of them repudiated them; their memberships were almost in single-digits. In suddenly getting a lot of attention from the leftist media, the SPLC became the white knight of American race relations –well, er … maybe that’s not such a good analogy.
Since its beginning, SPLC made a transition to monitoring hate groups, committed to fighting hate and bigotry. No one in America is exempt from such monitoring, except possibly the hate groups on the left, which insofar as I can tell, represents the mainstream of the progressive movement. Let’s pause to review organizations monitored by the SPLC:
SPLC Groups Monitored
The interesting part is that most of these groups herald their beginnings from the Democratic Party … you know, the same group that used to hang uppity Negroes, beat the crap out of homosexuals for entertainment purposes, burn down black churches, and celebrate the birthday of Adolf Hitler by dressing up in SS uniforms. I should also mention that a clear majority of these monitored groups only exist at a letter drop box and an internet website —which makes monitoring “pig simple.” In essence then, the founders and managers of the SPLC have made a business out of “monitoring hate groups,” and they do this for profit even if they have to make up hate groups to add to their curricula vitae.
Personally, I’ve always viewed the SPLC as a terrorist group; I don’t understand why they are not under scrutiny by the federal agencies … but then, I’m still trying to figure out why Barack Obama is not classified as a terrorist, as well. Certainly, everyone who suffered from Arab Spring thinks of him as such. And if the SPLC is not a terrorist organization, which is to say having direct ties to terrorist activities, then they most certainly are indirectly linked because they “enable” and “encourage” terrorist activities by the nimrods they seek to protect: Black Lives Matter (advocating the assassination of police officers), Code Pink (setting off bombs near military recruitment centers), CAIR (tied to Hamas and Hezbollah), MSA (Moslem Student Association), and ISNA (Islamic Society of North America) (also connected to the Moslem Brotherhood, a Sufi-Islam terror group)
But the truth is that SPLC is part of the vast lie about conservative values, and when these are repeated often enough, most leftists (which is to say, individuals’ incapable of thinking for themselves) accept the lies as an unmitigated truth.
Are there any “haters” on the right? Of course, there are … but they are fringe groups composed to seriously demented persons and they do not represent mainstream conservatives. In contrast, the leftist politics of hatred is fundamental … it’s been with the left since the French Revolution, and it’s getting worse every single day. Unlike the fringe right, leftist hatred exists in the American mainstream (placed there, and maintained by an adamantly biased media). To people such as the standard CNN line-up, hatred is only a fault if it exists on the right.