The Southern Poverty Law Center Scam

The SPLC is a joke.  But it’s not funny. It’s scary and sad moreso – the ability they have to manipulate perceptions and demonize liberty-lovers like Thomas J. DiLorenzo  who pens this gem for

Racial Racketeering for Fun and Profit: The Southern Poverty Law Center Scam

Particularly disturbing is the SPLC’s repeated use of the word ‘extremism’, which in contemporary American lexicon has come to denote any belief which challenges the status-quo and/or government propagated belief systems (read: statist propaganda).

I’ll just repost the header of quotes from the article, the first of which had me LOL’ing hardcore.

“I have great respect for the Southern Poverty Law Center.”

~ Congressman Lacy Clay (D-Banksters)

“Instead of monitoring “hate” and “extremism,” they [the SPLC] are concerned with tarring patriotic Americans who oppose their left-wing agenda as haters and extremists.”

~ Former Congressman Tom Tancredo

“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.

~ Laird Wilcox, author of The Watchdogs: A Close Look at Anti-Racist “Watchdog” Groups

D-Banksters, fucking classic.

Please read the rest of it at the fantastic

We also really liked Thomas J. DiLorenzo (professor of economics at Loyola University’s Sellinger School of Business) at Ron Paul’s hearing on the Federal Reserve.


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