What do you know about the “Southern Poverty Law Center”? It’s a Left Wing Hate Organization. Proof? The clincher as to the depravity and lack of credibility of the SPLC is the fact that the organization listed pediatric neurosurgeon Ben Carson as a hater; an extraordinary man who had dedicated his life to healing babies.

“When you get right down to it, all the SPLC does is call people names. It’s specialized in a highly developed and ritualized form of defamation.

“What they do is a kind of bullying and stalking . . . . Americans really need to ask themselves if they are willing to tolerate this kind of operation in a free society. So wrote Laird Wilcox, author of The Watchdogs: A Close Look at Anti-Racist “Watchdog” Groups.

“The Spring 2010 issue of an online journal, “The Social Contract”, published seventeen articles about the Southern Poverty Law Center by various scholars and journalists. In an article entitled “SPLC: America’s Left-Wing Hate Machine,” journalist Jerry Woodruff wrote of how the SPLC’s founder, Morris Dees, proudly received the Roger Baldwin Award from the ACLU in 1990. Baldwin was a communist who is quoted by Woodruf as having written such things as “I am for socialism” and “I seek social ownership of property, the abolition of the propertied class . . . . Communism is the goal.”

“The SPLC spread viscous lies about Rush Limbaugh when Rush wanted to buy an NFL football franchise.

“In “Fighting Hate for Profit and Power,” also in the Spring 2010 issue of The Social Contract, John Vinson demonstrates just how dogmatic, hateful, and plain weird Mark Potok of the SPLC is when he quotes him as saying of the critics of an open-border immigration policy (which would include most members of Congress and most Americans) that he will “destroy, completely destroy them” with his practice of “ritual defamation.” Ah, tolerance.

“The teachers of tolerance at the SPLC responded to the creation of the TEA Party movement by issuing a 2010 “Intelligence Report” entitled “Rage on the Right: The Year in Hate and Extremism” claiming the TEA Party movement is “shot through with rich veins of radical ideas, conspiracy theories, and racism.” Most “mainstream” journalists support everything the SPLC stands for (radical socialism, essentially) and therefore report such hysterical nonsense as though it were scientific fact.

If there is justice in the world a RICO investigation of SPLC is already underway.

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