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SPLC Spreads More Hate, This Time With A Twist

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By:Hugh Cadfael | May 09, 2014

You wonder what took so long. The Southern Poverty Law Center, which labels any group or person even a smidgen to the right of Al Sharpton a “racist,” “hater” or “right-wing extremist,” is now terrorizing those who indirectly fund “hate groups.”

Last week, World Net Daily reported that SPLC is moving against websites through which the “hate groups” can sell products, such as Amazon, or pay for them, such as Paypal.

SPLC has published a screed called “Financing Hate,” which targets those big businesses. Unsurprisingly, Amazon has said it would appoint “appropriate teams to investigate, review applicable policies, and take appropriate action.” It doesn’t take much imagination to know what SPLC thinks the “appropriate action” should be.

Happily, however, William Gheen, of Americans for Legal Immigration, has had enough. SPLC has called ALIPAC a “hate group,” upgrading it from “nativist extremist,” and so Gheen has informed SPLC it is in for a legal battle.

“This letter is to inform you that we have Internet posts and emails containing threats and death threats against my life and the lives of my family members in reaction to your false claims that we are a hate group. The threats we have received specifically cite SPLC claims that suggest we are somehow motivated by racism and advocating violence against minorities, both of which are demonstrably false.”

“The SPLC is fully aware that ALIPAC has openly and eagerly worked with minority organizations and leaders. The SPLC is fully aware that I have a background in registering and transporting minority and student voters and working to elect women and minorities to public office in the ’90s. The SPLC is fully aware that we never intentionally work with any racist or violent groups or individuals, and you are aware that we have publicly spoken out against racism and racist groups and individuals on numerous occasions. …

“Let this letter serve as your official notice of all of the factors I've listed here including your official notice that your designation of ALIPAC as hate group, while no evidence exists that anyone in our organization has ever engaged in racism, hate, or violence against minorities, has crossed the line of civil discourse and is now directly encouraging people to threaten violence against me and my family. …

“Now, you are attempting to mislead our donations company PayPal by telling them that we are one of 91 ‘Hate Groups’ using their services in the hopes they will stop allowing us to accept donations which pale in comparison to your multimillion-dollar yearly budget.

“Let this letter serve as notice to each of you at the Southern Poverty Law Center including Morris Dees, Mark Potok, and Heidi Beirich that I personally intend to hold you each legally responsible and personally responsible for any physical harm that befalls me, my organization, or my family due to your intentional lies and distortions.

“Furthermore, we are going to hold you accountable for any lost services or funds that result in your attempt to muddy the waters around our peaceful, political, racially inclusive, and law abiding organization.”

In other words, Gheen is going to sue the leftist outfit, which also put ALIPAC at the top of its list of hate groups in North Carolina on its “hate map.” Gheen has the right idea. Also filing suit should be the many others this malevolent organization has defamed and either ruined or tried to ruin with flatly defamatory claims.

Happily, no one has attacked Gheen’s family or home. The Family Research Council wasn’t so lucky. Floyd Lee Corkins, a homosexual activist, used the SPLC’s hate designation for that group to justify going to FRC headquarters and opening fire.

Comments

 

 
Joe Johnson
Philadelphia
5/9/2014 05:22 PM
 

  SPLC members, as well anti racist crusader Tim wise needs to be put in an insane asylum.

 
 
Joe Johnson
Philadelphia
5/9/2014 06:49 PM
 

  Because they are sick and mentally deranged.

 
 
Robert
Nearie
9/29/2014 03:49 PM
 

  THE SPLC IS A HATE GROUP ENGAGED IN FRAUD AND RACKETEERING. WHY MORRIS DEES NEEDS TO BE DISBARRED IN VARIOUS STATES. Thank you for the great article. SPLC has a good scam going--any group that is patriotic and cares about this country is labeled a hate group. But what most Americans do not understand that the SPLC does not have any special authority or right to do that, more than any other guy on the street. SPLC's scam is mainly to make money. The lies of this hate group is to advance this fraud by bilking the donors and therefore can be viewed as mail fraud, wire fraud and racketeering. People should file complaints with the state bars of the various states against Morris Dees and have him disbarred, since I think, a lot of his dirty tricks and scams appear to violate the rules of professional conduct. For example, many state bars prohibit false statements to 3rd parties or violations of the law. Calling innocent groups as hate groups and making those statements to 3rd parties is often unethical unprofessional conduct warranting disbarment. Defaming other parties is a violation of the law (defamation) and is often unprofessional conduct warranting disciplinary action. Also, promoting illegal aliens (who are by definition, criminals), collecting money from his donors by misrepresenting facts, are all violations of the Rules Of Professional Conduct, warranting disciplinary action. The list of unethical and unprofessional conduct by Dees appears to be a pattern of ethical violations, includes moral turpitude, as he often behaves like an unprofessional unethical crooked lawyer. It is a failure of the Alabama bar that they have not yet disbarred one of their most crooked lawyers yet. It is a failure of the profession that other lawyers (who have a legal duty to report him) have engaged in this conspiracy of silence. Criminal complaints should be filed against him for mail and wire fraud with various DA's and DOJ.

 
 
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