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Oct 20 2020

SPLC: Hate Isn’t Hate if You Hate Whites

A key purpose of the Southern Poverty Law Center is to designate dissident organizations as “hate groups” so they can be crippled if not destroyed through denial of service, boycotts, social media campaigns, et cetera. One of the most jarring ironies enabled by the liberal establishment’s lack of self-awareness is that the SPLC is itself a hate group. This has become more obvious than ever in light of its explanation for doing away with the Black Separatist hate group listing:

The Black Separatist listing created a color line bias, separating hate and extremism by race and granting the appearance of a false equivalency of equal hate on both sides. But the hate is not equal. Black separatism was born out of valid anger against very real historical and systemic oppression.

All hate is not the same. Hate is bad if it is directed at people you are supposed to revere, but it is good if you hate the people SPLC hates, namely Caucasians.

Yet outfits like Louis Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam will still be acknowledged by SPLC as hate groups.

Black separatist groups earn their place among our hate listings not for their calls for separation, but rather for how entrenched these groups are in antisemitic, anti-LGBTQ, misogynistic and xenophobic rhetoric.…

Going forward, groups formerly designated as Black Separatist will be characterized by antisemitism, anti-LGBTQ, male supremacy and whatever additional ideological categories most accurately describe their offending beliefs.

Hating white people may be their core belief, but it is not an offending belief, since it is shared by the SPLC.

Why acknowledge black supremacist hate groups at all? Why not just ignore them, or pretend they are benign, like the media does with Black Live Matter?

Chris Roberts explains:

Now, if a member of the Northern Kingdom Prophets or the Nation of Kings and Priests attacks a homosexual or a Jew, “journalists” will tell you he was a member of an SPLC-designated homophobic or anti-Semitic hate group. You would never know he was black, and would assume he was a Neo-Nazi or Kluxer.

This way, instead of undermining the intersectional narrative, black supremacist hate groups can be used to prop it up.

On tips from ABC of the ANC and KirklesWorth.

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One Response to “SPLC: Hate Isn’t Hate if You Hate Whites”

  1. […] SPLC: Hate Isn’t Hate if You Hate Whites A key purpose of the Southern Poverty Law Center is to designate dissident organizations as “hate groups” so they can be crippled if not destroyed through denial of service, boycotts, social media campaigns, et cetera. One of the most jarring ironies enabled by the liberal establishment’s lack of self-awareness is that the SPLC is itself a hate group. […]


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