Who Gave the SPLC the Right to Designate Who is a Hater?

Isn’t it ironic that many of the things the left accuses others of they’ve done themselves until they were outed, and in way too many cases, they excuse themselves.

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Back in 2009, Bob called out the Democrat Party as they claimed to be the force behind passage of all civil rights laws in our nation’s history. In 2010, their website corrected that claim but that also meant that for decades prior, Democrats falsely declared themselves the “party of civil rights” despite the fact they did everything they could to deny any rights for black people until the early 60’s.

HATE & EXTREMISM
We monitor hate groups and other extremists throughout the United States and expose their activities to the public, the media and law enforcement.
Southern Poverty Law Center

Today, we have liberal groups like the Southern Poverty Law Center designating any group THEY choose as a “hate group” and once issued, the media, politicians, and others repeat that designation as if it has genuine validity.

Southern Poverty Law Center says 6 hate groups active in the Tri-State
Why Facebook tolerates what the Southern Poverty Law Center calls hate groups
SPLC concerned over Tampa Palms suspects’ ties to hate groups

That last piece from Tampa Palms is of note because the murder suspect killed two so-called “neo-Nazis”… because they disrespected Islam.

Exactly who is the arbiter of hate designations in the United States? Did the SPLC have to somehow qualify as to how to spot “hate” and assure their designations are 100% accurate and that partisanship is not used to politically smear one while looking the other way on a like-minded other?

And let’s be real: sometimes “hate” can be understood.

In a segment of ABC News’ Nightline, a group in Great Britain was clearly labeled “hate” simply because they reacted to intolerance.

The English Defense League is a group of mostly white men (take into account the affected demographic in England) who are tired of the ramifications of EU-inspired immigration of Muslims who’ve not only refused to assimilate while receiving generous benefits from the government, have established Sharia zones where UK law and norms are refuted by bullies, not to mention the recent acts of terrorism that have claimed the lives of many innocents.

What usually sends a male populace over the edge is when their women are attacked.

Shame on Sharia: Women beaten, robbed and raped. A chilling expose of how BRITISH females are being sentenced to lives of misery by Muslim courts
Rape In UK: Muslim Men Yell ‘Allahu Akbar’ In Court After Abusing Young Girls In Rotherham
Girls Still Targeted Because Police Refuse to Act
Police arrest 900 Syrians in England and Wales for crimes including rape and child abuse
Mother-of-three, 26, ‘abducted and raped by a gang of six migrants from Iraq, Syria and Bahrain after her drink was spiked’

That last incident sparked protests by “far right supporters” as if they were the bad guys and the rapists were the victims.

Just pointing these news stories out is enough to be labeled part of a “hate group” instead of the perpetrators of these crimes being so designated. But at the top of this piece, we alluded to the fact that calling someone what you are is probably a formally-labeled psychological disorder. Calling someone a “hate group” is one thing but could it be a diversion from the fact the Southern Poverty Law Center is just a bleeding heart scam and has been known to have been such for many, many years?

The Progressive, 1988: Poverty Palace: How the SPLC Got Rich Fighting the Klan
The Montgomery Advertiser, 1994: Charity of Riches
Harper’s, 2000: Church of Dees
Daily Kos, 2010: Southern ‘Poverty’ Law Center’s Cayman Islands bank account

So, the next time you hear anyone or any group labeled as “hate”, ask yourselves why, who named them as such, and who could you contact if that label were issued to you?

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