There is no doubt that in America, there are many who are calling good evil and evil good. At the top of that list is the Southern Poverty Law Center. Now, the SPLC wants to identify what they call "haters" on their little hate list for radicals in our society to target, whether they are individuals or organizations. Now they are teaming up with the corrupt and criminal Obama administration in order to advise the domestic terrorists in our government on violent extremism, and at the top of their list are Christians and patriots.
While the SPLC targets individuals and organizations for speaking out against abortion, sodomy, Islam, the New Black Panthers calling them "haters," all these groups are simply doing is speaking the truth on a particular subject. That's called free speech, but apparently, the SPLC can't stand the truth and so they engage in slander against a variety of people.
Now, the SPLC will be teaming up with the Obama Department of (in)Justice, led by Constitution violating Loretta Lynch and seek to track and coordinate investigations into "domestic terrorism."
Previously, we reported that this announcement was made on October 14 by Assistant Attorney General John Carlin at George Washington University. While Carlin did mention Islam on two occasions in the speech, his emphasis was on "anti-government animus, eco-radicalism, and racism."
"The new DT Counsel will not only help ensure that DT cases are properly coordinated but also will play a key role in our headquarters-level efforts to identify trends to help shape our strategy, and to analyze legal gaps or enhancements required to ensure we can combat these threats," said Carlin.
Since when should the American people trust lying organizations like the SPLC to advise our government on anything? And, of course, Carlin is one who buys into the maligning and slander of the SPLC's Mark Potock's "hate groups."
"The attorney general noted this summer that these kinds of hate crimes are the original domestic terrorism," Carlin said. "Among domestic extremist movements in the United States, white supremacists are most violent. The Charleston shooter, who had a manifesto laying out a racist worldview, is just one example. His actions followed earlier deadly shooting sprees by white supremacists in Kansas, Wisconsin and elsewhere."
Noticably missing from Mr. Carlin's comments was how the SPLC was the primary source for sodomite supporting Floyd Lee Corkins II, who was heavily influenced by the SPLC website to the point where he took a gun and was attempting a mass murder at the Family Research Council in Washington, DC in August 2012. Fortunately, he was stopped by a guard that he shot or there would have been many dead in the wake of his shooting spree. However, we don't hear a peep about this incident.
In fact, according to a statement of offense, which was consistent with Corkins statement to the FBI, "a subsequent search of Corkins' family computer revealed that on the afternoon of Sunday, August 12, Corkins used the computer to visit the Southern Poverty Law Center's website, as well as the websites for the FRC and the second organization on his handwritten list."
Did the SPLC feel any responsibility for the lies they told by putting the FRC on a "hate list" and a target address for Corkins to attack? Nope, not one bit. In fact, the socialists and communists in our country attempted to justify the shooting!
The SPLC has attacked such people as Ben Carson, Ann Coulter, Bradlee Dean and Pamela Geller, along with the Family Research Council and others. However, Carlin, instead of calling out the SPLC for their own brand of hate and lawlessness, praised them, claiming that they were an "important voice on the wide range of extremist groups throughout this country."
Yet, it was Family Research Council President Tony Perkins who wrote, "Is he (Carlin) serious? Were it not for an ordinary man showing extraordinary courage, an activist bent on massacring an office of innocent people might have succeeded in gunning down dozens of people at FRC. As prosecutors pointed out, this was no ordinary attack -- but an act spurred on by the SPLC's reckless 'hate' labeling. Now we're supposed to believe that this same organization, the one that inspired Floyd Corkins to walk into our building and shoot Leo Johnson, is a legitimate ally in the fight against domestic terrorism? A trusted source in identifying the homegrown threats?"
"And despite the suffering and near casualties at FRC, SPLC refuses," he wrote. "Obviously, the DOJ sees no problem with putting countless Americans at risk simply for participating in the political process and advocating for public policy consistent with their orthodox Christian beliefs."
Perkins was not the only one who has pointed out the real danger SPLC poses to Christians in our land. According to a report from Liberty Counsel on the FRC shooting, "By falsely and recklessly labeling Christian ministries as 'hate groups,' the SPLC is directly responsible for the first conviction of a man who intended to commit mass murder targeted against a policy organization in Washington, D.C.
The SPLC sent letters to the DOJ and Homeland Security back in 2013 claiming that patriot groups pose a domestic terror threat. In other words, the SPLC is hostile towards members of the militia, which are a constitutionally authorized force (made up of ordinary Americans) to repel invasions and put down insurrections.
Keep in mind what Mr. Potok has stated in the open:
"Sometimes the press will describe us as monitoring hate crimes and so on…I want to say plainly that our aim in life is to destroy these groups, to completely destroy them."—Mark Potok, director of intelligence at Southern Poverty Law Center.
We already know that the Obama administration is criminal. We also know who the real haters and domestic terrorists are, and the Southern Poverty Law Center is among the true domestic terrorists.