Past Features

January 10, 2017

The Coming Major Immigration Crisis
Courtesy of the SPLC

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Front Page Magazine   
The Hate Group That Tracks Down 'Hate Groups'
    The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) was founded in 1971 by two Alabama attorneys, Morris Dees and Joseph Levin Jr. The latter served as the Center's legal director from 1971-76, but it was Dees, who views the U.S. as an irredeemably racist nation, who would emerge as the long-term “face” of the organization. [...]
    To combat this ugly state of affairs, SPLC dedicates itself to “tracking and exposing the activities of “hate groups and other domestic extremists” throughout the United States. Specifically, the Center's “Hate & Extremism” initiative publishes its findings in SPLC’s Hatewatch Blog and in its quarterly journal, the Intelligence Report. [...]
    Regardless of how dramatically SPLC overstates their numbers, white racists like neo-Nazis, Klansmen, and skinheads indisputably deserve to be categorized as “hate groups.” But the Center irresponsibly extends that designation also to numerous conservative and libertarian organizations that harbor no ill will against any demographic group, but merely hold political positions contrary to those of SPLC. [...]
   The Arizona-based American Border Patrol, which monitors traffic across Southeastern Arizona's border with Mexico --- the heart of a major smuggling corridor --- is classified by SPLC as a “hate group” dominated by “anti-immigrant ideologues.

Glenn Spencer  
The damage will be incalculable
    Ten years ago, hundreds of thousands of people marched across America demanding amnesty.
    In Los Angeles alone, 600,000 people wearing white T-shirts marched through downtown.
    "The rally was organized by numerous unions, religious organizations and immigrant rights groups and publicized through Spanish-language media."
    Last May 1, thousands of people marched through downtown Los Angeles condemning Donald Trump "with a giant balloon effigy carrying a Ku Klux Klan hood."
    President-elect Donald Trump has said he will deport millions of criminal illegal aliens. The City of Los Angeles has promised to protect them. 750,000 have granted legal status under DACA --- many of whom may have been given legal status illegally --- and they probably know it. All of the DACA data that may prove fraud will soon be available to the Trump administration.
    All of this taken together --- and with the hard left and Spanish-language media stoking the fire --- it may be impossible to avoid violence as the confrontational environment escalates.
    The problem of illegal immigration, and any coming violence, can, to a large extent, be laid at the feet of the Southern Poverty Law Center. It provided the fabricated moral cover that the mainstream media was more than happy to use to silence those who spoke out against illegal immigration.
    The damage the Southern Poverty Law Center has inflicted --- and will inflict on America will be incalculable.

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