Reasons Why The Southern Poverty Law Center Has Become a Hate Group

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) defines itself on its web page as a nonprofit legal advocacy organization that is dedicated to fighting hate and bigotry and to seeking justice for the most vulnerable members of our society. This group monitors the activities of domestic hate groups and other extremists and creates a list of these hate groups which is widely disseminated throughout the country.

The premise of fighting hate and advocating for both equality and respect among one another is definitely a noble cause. However, the Southern Poverty Law Center has perverted this premise and has become the self-appointed authority of hate, discrediting and destroying all those who they deem unacceptable. They have become both the judge and jury on all groups, people, and beliefs in the country, without checks or balances to review their mandates. Plus, the criteria by which they judge groups is based upon a far-left leaning, ant-American agenda. In addition, their hate group list is blindly accepted by the media, without much investigation as to how or even why it was created.

I am not saying that certain groups do not deserve to be on the list. What I am saying is what gives one self-appointed, unelected, and unchecked group the right to create the list and essentially destroy anyone on it? In essence, hasn’t that made them a hate group?

To prove my point, I have compiled a list of reasons why The Southern Poverty Law Center should be discredited (sources cited at the bottom):

  1. The SPLC’s main role is as a massively funded propaganda smear machine. It collected over 54 million dollars just in 2014

  2. The SPLC consistently fails to declare left-wing (and sometimes violent left-wing groups) like Antifa as hate groups. In fact, it even described Antifa as “freedom fighters” and a “constructive force”

  3. The SPLC employs left wing radicals such as Matthew O’Dea, a Communist Antifa gang member who endorses political violence and promotes hate

  4. The SPLC lists anyone who speaks out against the homosexual agenda, mass immigration, or Islamic terrorism as a hate group

  5. The SPLC unjustly labels any group as hate groups if it disagrees with any of its far-left political agenda. For example, the Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) is an organization that advocates for legal immigration and against illegal immigration and has been deemed a hate group by the SPLC. Another example is how the SPLC labeled ProEnglish a hate group because it advocates for laws which would solidify English as the official language of the US

  6. The SPLC is a liberal activist group and consistently quotes and refers to far-left blogs, including Media Matters, Mother Jones, Huffington Post, Think Progress, and Right Wing Watch as their sources of reference

  7. The SPLC targets right leaning groups and even labeled Dr. Ben Carson under their “Extremist Files” list

  8. The SPLC ignores left-wing violence such as that committed at UC Berkley when Milo Yiannopoulos was scheduled to speak, or when Antifa attacked patrons at a restaurant in Tinley Park, Illinois, where a conservative organization was holding a conference.

  9. The SPLC wants to silence free speech by unjustifiably labeling conservative, nationalist, and Christian organizations as hate groups

  10. The SPLC claims there are over 1000 hate groups in America but consistently lists the same ones over and over in order to create a list much larger than actually exists. Plus, many groups on the list don’t even exist are now defunct.

  11. The SPLC created false headlines such as the GOP is now a “white nationalist party” to propagate its far-left agenda

  12. The Center’s Work Has Incited Violence such as the shooting at The Family Research Center after it was labeled a hate group

  13. In 2015, the organization spent $20 million on salaries, but only spent $61,000 on legal services. Yet, the SPLC is supposed to be an organization safeguarding against hate

  14. The FBI Stopped Citing SPLC as a Resource

  15. Its Nonprofit Status Masks Highly Political Fundraising

  16. SPLC has an “anti-Muslim” category of hate group, but no anti-Christian category

  17. It’s a highly partisan left-wing propaganda machine

  18. One of the SPLC’s goals is to delegitimize President Trump

  19. Morris Dees, the founder of the SPLC, is a con man, whose aim is to make as much money as possible, by any means necessary

  20. http://thefederalist.com/2017/05/17/12-ways-southern-poverty-law-center-scam-profit-hate-mongering/

  21. http://www.resistancemedia.org/2017/03/exposing-southern-poverty-law-centers.html

  22. http://www.resistancemedia.org/2017/04/exposing-southern-poverty-law-center.html

  23. http://www.resistancemedia.org/2017/05/exposing-southern-poverty-law-center.html

  24. http://www.dailywire.com/news/8967/7-things-you-need-know-about-southern-poverty-law-aaron-bandler

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