Thursday, April 22, 2010

Hate Central: Southern Poverty Law Center

Is this man a hater?

Mark Potok and his SPLC certainly feel intense, passionate dislike for pro-family and patriot groups.

That's the dictionary definition of hate: "Feel intense or passionate dislike for someone, or have a strong aversion to something."
Therefore, Potok and his SPLC are haters, and is a designated "hate group". (We first so labeled them in March 2008.)
Southern Poverty Law Center HQ: The nightmarish architecture expresses the fascist nature of the lavishly funded organization.

So now we find out that the Southern Poverty Law Center, the leftist front group that has called so many good Americans "haters",
authored the infamous Dept. of Homeland Security report last year (“Right-wing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment”). The SPLC is addicted to name-calling. (Marginalize your opponents.) They've just published a new "patriot hit list." Chuck Baldwin writes:

The SPLC is one of the most ultra-liberal organizations in the country and should be dismissed as a group of paranoid leftists, not worthy of thought or mention.

The sad truth is, however, our federal government has chosen to exalt the SPLC to the position of being its "go to" source for information regarding "potential domestic terrorists" and similar characterizations. As a result, the information and reports disseminated by SPLC wind up in police reports and bulletins all over the United States. As an example, the SPLC had its fingerprints all over the infamous MIAC report. One could even question whether the SPLC is merely a front organization for Big Brother.

Therefore, it is highly likely that the report negatively profiling 40 American patriots will find its way into Department of Homeland Security (DHS) fusion centers and be distributed to police agencies all across the country. So, should the 40 people who find themselves targeted by SPLC expect some kind of government/police attention? Are we really that close to Nazi-style persecution in America? If the SPLC has its way, the answer seems to be a definite yes.

I remind readers that in the book, Nazi Justiz: Law of the Holocaust (page 3), there were five steps to Hitler's plans for the destruction of European Jews. Step 1: Identification/registration of the targeted group as a public menace. Step 2: Ostracism of the targeted persons. Step 3: property confiscation. Step 4: Concentration of members into geographical locations. Step 5: Annihilation. In this latest report, SPLC seems quite willing to accomplish steps 1 and 2.

Columnist Devvy Kidd, who appears on the SPLC's new "patriot hit list" (along with Chuck Baldwin, Ron Paul, Michele Bachmann, Judge Andrew Napolitano, Glenn Beck and many others), has a great expose': "Southern Poverty Law Center: Liars Ca$hing In" -- including the SPLC's apparent complicity in the Oklahoma City bombing.