This is an incredible thread. Nick Monroe put together an exhaustive look at the corrupt SPLC and how Soros is directly tied to their malicious behavior. They used to be about fighting hate and even helped bankrupt the KKK. That was long ago. Today, they are about targeting conservatives and “destroying” them (their words). They could care less about radical Islam and even got sued for accusing a moderate Muslim of being an Islamaphobe. Their focus is on the right and they don’t care who gets swallowed up in their lies. So far, a black man at the Family Research Council and Steve Scalise were shot because of their list. It’s just pure evil.

So, how does this relate to us? Soros paid the SPLC to expand its definition of hate groups. That included us and that’s what lead to us getting – not just deplatformed – but arrested for defending ourselves in an antifa ambush. When Cuomo, the AG, and the mayor unleashed the hounds on the NYC9, they all used the SPLC’s “hate group” label. It’s amazing how much shit can be traced back to this one man.

Stop Using The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) As A Credible Source

 December 31, 2018
Mastercard, Big Tech companies, and the MSM are making a huge mistake in doing that. Allow me to explain why.


Alright lads, so why is it worth it to make a thread about the SPLC? It’s simple. They were a catalyst in the Mastercard situations back in August with and David Horowitz. That ALONE is fascinating.

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(GOOD LORD IT WAS A REAL BITCH TO FIND THIS.) But YES I can **confirm** a link between Soros and SPLC thanks to a Form 990 for period ending December 2015 from George’s Foundation to Promote Open Society.

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^ This is relevant because in the last thread I mentioned how George Soros and Mastercard were working together and how that dynamic worked.

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But the MAIN CRUX that pulled me into this thread is the fact that I mentioned George’s role was CHANGING THE DEFINITION OF “HATE” to suit his needs. And SPLC IS APPARENTLY PUSHING TO DO THAT with their “Change the Terms” campaign.

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(As a sidenote let me save you all some work if you want to look at SPLC tax information. ) (This website is good.)

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I don’t think SPLC is a good arbiter of morality for Big Tech on changing the rules…. Given their fuck-up with “SPLC Apologizes to Quilliam Foundation Over Listing”

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let me squeeze the lemon juice into this. SPLC screwed up REALLY REALLY BAD in the situation. “SPLC President Richard Cohen issued an apology and agreed to pay $3.375 million to the British-based Quilliam Foundation and founder Maajid Nawaz”

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It didn’t come as a shock to me that FIVE of the SIX groups listed on the “Change the Terms” website are linked to Soros groups.

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You COULD say it’s coincidental. 🤔🧐 But then I could just point you to the fact a similar, multi-group push from Soros and others has happened before. (HALF of the six “change the terms” members were involved in this earlier regulation effort in 2015)

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This “change the terms” effort now has been on the cards for a long time. SPLC is CITED by Open Society in their Nov. 22nd 2016 announcement (RIGHT AFTER Trump election) about investing $10 million to fighting “hate crimes.”

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I’ll just let this quote sit a minute so it soaks in

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Let’s mention the SPLC’s failure with Maajid Nawaz again. Did you know Soros funded that? 😂 “The SPLC confirmed to me that Soros funded its “anti-Muslim extremists” report targeting Nawaz.”

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The State Department touted the work of the **SPLC and Open Society Foundation** “in announcing a new grant extended to British organizations to create a program teaching high school students about the United States’ tactics in countering hate crimes.”

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Whenever there’s an act of public violence (like Charlottesville), you tend to notice the resonating ripple effect such things have on the political paradigm. SPLC **ARE THE ONES THERE PUSHING THAT.** Opportunists, taking advantage of emotions/tragedy.

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AND in this handy article summarizing the tactics of SPLC, you’ll notice a PARALLEL between people the SPLC targets and people deplatformed by Mastercard/PayPal/Patreon, etc. Ain’t that some shit. 🧐🤔

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Lemme break it down for ya: 1.) CNN and MSM prop up SPLC as “legitimate” 2.) People targeted by them, like , get suspended by PayPal Hmmm. 🤔🧐Jogs the brain and makes you think.

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With the SPLC’s history of sloppy/deceptive handling of reports, especially in cases like this one here? I would go as far as saying SPLC is responsible for stoking modern racial hatred in the United States.

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I mean, I’ve talked about who SPLC has ATTACKED. But let’s look at who SPLC **DEFENDS** too. ….. and that’d be…… MS-13? Proves the point. SPLC has made American society’s treatment of race COMPLETELY INVERTED. COMPLETELY BACKWARDS.

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The SPLC has been around a very long time. Here’s an article that touches on that aspect of this. (Harper’s Magazine, November 2000) “How the Southern Poverty Law Center profits from intolerance”

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“In 1986, the Center’s entire legal staff quit in protest of Dees’s refusal to address issues […] Gloria Browne, who resigned a few years later, told reporters that the Center’s programs were calculated to cash in on “black pain and white guilt.””

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The SPLC placed BEN CARSON on their “extremist” watch list once. Why? Because of his traditionalist views on marriage. BEN CARSON. Mr. “I’d be chill and calm during a hurricane” Carson.

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RAND PAUL TOO?!?!? Rand Paul. Was labeled an “extremist” by the SPLC. Really. “Rand Paul ELECTED” “EXTREMIST IDEOLOGY Right-wing libertarian” ^^ This should leave you with little doubt that this shit has gone too far.

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“Family Research Council Shooting Possibly Driven by Politics” “Corkins — who had chosen the research council as his target after finding it listed as an anti-gay group on the website of the Southern Poverty Law Center –”

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SPLC Pulls Three Russia-Related Articles After Challenges To Accuracy

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PS: It’s actually SIX out of SIX when it comes to “Change the Terms” members being funded by Soros and Open Society. I found proof of the National Hispanic Media Coalition being funded by Soros too.

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(If you feel like you need more of a background on George Soros at all? This long piece from Tablet Magazine covers things. )

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Why does the Southern POVERTY Law Center has $315,000,000 and a Cayman Islands bank account (according to their 2014 tax returns, so that $315 million is likely higher by now)? 

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The SPLC has been blowing smoke with the “GROWING TERROR OF RIGHT WING EXTREMISM” hysteria for YEARS. This article that came out during the OBAMA administration helps establish that, along with showcasing the SPLC’s flawed statistics.

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SPLC bloats their statistics. “One of the clearest examples of how this counting methodology can be confusing concerns the American Third Position Party, or A3P, which is listed 17 times, with each of those instances counting as a separate hate group.”

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Feel free to piss on the Weekly Standard as an outlet all you want, but in April 2013 they published an exquisitely detailed article about the SPLC called “King of Fearmongers”

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“Dees had told him that fighting the death penalty wasn’t making any money for the SPLC.”

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The 2017 update posted by Charlotte Allen sets up SPLC’s role in the politics of the last few years, and are our current polarized environment.

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But the point here is: to understand SPLC in the present (as a money making operation that monetizes fear-mongering with bloated statistics) The best way to understand that? Is in the past. By learning about the mindset of SPLC founder Morris Dees.

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Morris Dees is someone who built the foundation of the SPLC on the back of political manipulation, taking advantage of a mailing list for his organization’s initial support base.

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(Even entering the Hall of Fame for his MARKETING tactics in July 1998, something that’s often cited against Morris Dees by his critics)

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The FBI stopped taking SPLC in full seriousness years ago

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Then there’s the tax problems that come into play with the allegation SPLC engaged in political activities not befitting for a group with 501(c)3 status

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Stephen B. Bright wraps up the SPLC and Morris Dees subject on a better note than I possibly ever could.

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But with all that said? As we turn back to Mastercard forcing Patreon to ban I **can’t stress enough** that WE SHOULD NOT UNDERSTATE OR UNDERESTIMATE SPLC’s role in this system of political pressure.

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ANYWAY if you liked this thread and appreciate my work, feel free to support me with $$$ via PayPal. I hope I ended 2018 on a high enough note for you all. Thank you for everything. ^__^

UPDATE (from us not Nick): Don’t forget SPLC founder Morris Dees beat his wife and molested his stepdaughter!


Written by The Elders