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new-logo25 Rosa Koire
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“SOUTHERN POVERTY LAW CENTER
Intelligence Report, Spring 2013, Issue Number:  149
Active ‘Patriot’ Groups in the United States in 2012

The Intelligence Project identified 1,360 anti-government “Patriot” groups that were active in 2012.

Generally, Patriot groups define themselves as opposed to the “New World Order,” engage in groundless conspiracy theorizing, or advocate or adhere to extreme antigovernment doctrines. Listing here does not imply that the groups themselves advocate or engage in violence or other criminal activities, or are racist.

The list was compiled from field reports, Patriot publications, the Internet, law enforcement sources and news reports.”

Democrats Against UN Agenda 21 and the Post Sustainability Institute are on the Southern Poverty Law Center’s list of Patriot groups.  The criteria for making this list are quite interesting.  The SPLC purports to identify hate groups and to advocate for those who are being discriminated against or targeted for violence.  The SPLC mainly focuses on skinhead groups and anti-gay groups but they’re branching out and including us in their scope.  Why?

If you look at what they say above, the criteria for list selection include opposing the New World Order (does SPLC support it?), ‘groundless’ conspiracy theorizing (SPLC refuses to acknowledge objective reality), and advocating or adhering to ‘extreme anti-government doctrines’ (like life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness?).

There was a time in the past when, as gay people, we might have donated to SPLC.  About 25% of their website is devoted to fundraising for themselves.  They engage in spreading misinformation about UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development and are themselves representing the New World Order by targeting groups who would re-erect the guarantees of the US Constitution.  Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness extends beyond racial and social lines.  Our government exists to protect the individual.  Our rights to free speech, to our property, to our privacy—guaranteed by the Constitution.  The term ‘Patriots,’ according to the SPLC, is now under suspicion, and those who question government tactics and object to subversion, manipulation, privacy invasion, and ‘transformation’ are targeted on their list.

The Southern Poverty Law Center is a fraud and a sham.  Although they have a disclaimer that they don’t imply that we advocate or engage in violence or other criminal activities, or are racist they are fully aware that targeting us on their list may serve to chill our civil rights or turn people against us.  They are engaging in their own brand of hate speech.  It might help their fundraising but it also shines a light on their bias and willingness to go along to get along with liberty-destroying regimes.  The Southern Poverty Law Center purports to have some familiarity with Nazi tactics.  Perhaps too much.
Rosa Koire, ASA Executive Director Post Sustainability Institute

— Rosa Koire, ASA Executive Director Post Sustainability Institute

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Southern Poverty Law Center: A threat to our Constitutional Republic

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new-logo25Marti Oakley

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The Intelligence Report published by the Southern Poverty Law Lie Center is out!  On these lists of 21150explosionsupposed threats to the government are the Oathkeepers, Democrats Against Agenda 21 (I am a member!) Post Sustainability Institute,  The Tenth Amendment Center, We Are Change, We The People and many other pro-American and Constitutionally based organizations originating from multiple political philosophies.  SPLC has decided that patriot groups who support the Constitution and are pro-American, are a threat to the nation.  So much so that they compiled these lists of people and groups who scare them really, really bad…..and they send these lists over to any of the federal agencies who spy on us, compile dossiers on all of us and who want to put drones in our skies to watch all of us, I suppose with the thinking that if they keep tattling on others no one will be watching them.

According to SPLC , its magazine the Intelligence Report is the nation’s preeminent periodical monitoring the radical right in the U.S.  The only problem is…….there are just as many on the left and in the middle who are determined to preserve our liberty and our republic and who find the activities of the likes of SPLC to be a cancer on the nation.  This mixing of political ideals seems to pass by those big thinkers at SPLC.

It is our constitutional right!

Who ever thought we would see the day in this country, that advocating for the Constitution, for fundamental freedoms and liberty would be deemed a threat…to the government.  And why would SPLC decide that pro-liberty, anti United Nations interference in our country, and the refusal of law officers and military personal to violate our rights, to possibly use lethal force against us…… as something that represents a threat?  A threat to whom?

We have fundamental liberties that include the right to freely assemble, to freely associate, to travel freely between the states and the freedom of speech, among many others.  The lists SPLC has compiled is viciously opposed to the exercise of these freedoms unless it is in correlation with their philosophy……..whatever that actually is.

An Uber wealthy “non-profit”

The Southern Poverty Law Lie Center had an illustrious history at one time.  Founded primarily to fight for civil rights, the SPLC has devolved into a modern day electronic propaganda machine that peddles disinformation for the government and makes a truckload of money doing it.  This so-called “non-profit” corporation now has net assets as of 2012 ending, of $256,554,758.

From SPLC pages:

The Southern Poverty Law Center is the country’s most effective nonprofit organization fighting dangerous extremist groups. We’ve documented a staggering 1,007 hate groups operating in our country — a nearly 70% increase since 2000.

Actually the SPLC is the country’s most lucrative non-profit dedicated to creating fictional threats out of thin air and, it is by far one of the most dangerous extremist groups operating at this time.  SPLC exists today as a clear and present danger to our Constitutional Republic and advocates ferociously for an end to it.  That is what is staggering.

In truth, the Southern Poverty Law Lie Center has documented very few actual so-called [hate groups].  There are the usual suspects, i.e., the Aryan Brotherhood, etcetera, and instead have focused on those who support the Constitution and who object to the infringement of rights secured by that document. More

Southern Poverty Law Center: The greatest threat to the US today

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Excerpted: marches, rallies, speeches, meetings, leafleting or publishing.” These are somehow now a threat to SPLC and the government for whom SPLC generates propaganda.    SPLC receives some funding from the FBI in exchange for allowing them to access its intelligence files. 

In my opinion, one of the greatest threats to our country existing today is, The Southern Poverty Law Center.  This page asks you to add your voice to the ignorance and propaganda.  Contrary to SPLC’s claim that all the groups listed: 

“All hate groups have beliefs or practices that attack or malign an entire class of people, typically for their immutable characteristics.”

So how did Oathkeepers and constitutionalists qualify for this stance?  And many others fingered by SPLC for not knuckling under to unlawful federal mandates.______Marti

This is taken directly from Southern Poverty Law Center’s website.  This organization views Oathkeepers, Constitutionalists and sovereignty groups, among many others as “hate groups”.  SPLC has now come out and declared the Catholic church to be a threat also. 

Link: Active U.S. Hate Groups

Stand Strong Against Hate

Join people across the nation who are standing strong against the hate. Add yourself to our map as a voice for tolerance. The Southern Poverty Law Center counted 932 active hate groups in the United States in 2009. Only organizations and their chapters known to be active during 2009 are included.  More

McCarthy rises from the dead: The Southern Poverty Law Center is the new face of McCarthyism

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by: Marti Oakley (c)copyright 2010 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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One of the darkest periods of our recent social and political history were the years Joe McCarthy mounted what became known as the “Second Red Scare”.  McCarthyism lasted from the 1940’s well into the late 1950’s. 

Making unsubstantiated accusations of treason, subversion and publicly destroying individuals unfortunate enough to be caught in McCarthy’s sites, career’s were ruined along with lives and reputations.  Usually, the only evidence McCarthy and his cohorts had, if you can call it that; was suspicion.  No evidence was needed, and those residing in our hallowed halls of government repeatedly failed to step forward and stop this paranoid fantasy exhibited by McCarthy. 

McCarthyism has been revived via the Southern Poverty Law Center.  The practice of using unsubstantiated accusations has been raised to a fine art by SPLC as they assemble their McCarthy-esque lists of “groups, individuals, organizations, etc.,” whom they want us to believe should come under close scrutiny not only by their own organization, but also the government.  SPLC is a social predator and attempts to be a social controller and is in reality, an arm of government sponsored propaganda.  More

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