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Re: SPLC is Hate Group

PostSun Mar 24, 2019 10:52 am

PallidaMort wrote:Southern Poverty Law Center President Richard Cohen stepped down Friday, creating a widening crack in the leadership of a nonprofit mired in recent controversy.
Cohen’s resignation comes a little more than a week after he fired the center’s co-founder and chief litigator, Morris Dees, for unspecified misconduct...
The Washington Post also received confirmation Rhonda Brownstein, the SPLC’s legal director and a member of its senior leadership staff, also resigned on Thursday.

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Thank you for the good news, PallidaMort. Who's next, Heidi?

Guess who's coming in to assess damage (source: Stormfront):

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As a side note, SPLC has Tina Tchen, once Michelle Obama's aide, coming in to assess the organizational culture. This is the same woman who went behind the scenes to Cook Co.'s State's Attorney Kim Foxx on behalf of Jussie Smollett and induced her to violate her code of conduct by exerting pressure on the Chicago Police Dept. to turn the Smollett case over to the FBI. She also spoke with Smollett family members - and went to the Oscars. Foxx inexplicably recused herself from the case before the contact with Tchen was exposed, I imagine because she knew she had crossed a very clear line and was trying to cover her exposed butt. There is an effort underway to get Foxx to resign or be removed. Can't make this stuff up.
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Re: SPLC is Hate Group

PostSun Mar 24, 2019 8:40 pm

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Critics have accused the organization of a lack of diversity in management.

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Re: SPLC is Hate Group

PostSun Mar 24, 2019 11:12 pm

Looks like that crate o' crap is flying apart like it was hit by a dump truck. Long overdue. ;)
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Re: SPLC is Hate Group

PostWed Mar 27, 2019 8:14 am

C.E. Whiteoak wrote:Looks like that crate o' crap is flying apart like it was hit by a dump truck. Long overdue. ;)

It will get worse, C.E. The other shoe dropped with this creature Tina Tchen who came into to clean up the mess at SPLC.

All charges were dropped yesterday against this mulatto queer fraudster who reported the fake hate crime, claiming two racist White men beat him up, even going so far as to put a noose around his neck for maximum effect. :o What a nigger mess they have up in Chicago -- not unlike the Jew mess they have down in Montgomery.


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As a side note, SPLC has Tina Tchen, once Michelle Obama's aide, coming in to assess the organizational culture. This is the same woman who went behind the scenes to Cook Co.'s State's Attorney Kim Foxx on behalf of Jussie Smollett and induced her to violate her code of conduct by exerting pressure on the Chicago Police Dept. to turn the Smollett case over to the FBI. She also spoke with Smollett family members - and went to the Oscars...

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Re: SPLC is Hate Group

PostWed Mar 27, 2019 8:22 am

More here about this SPLC/Smollett nexus: http://www.unz.com/isteve/the-jussie-sm ... ina-tchen/
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SPLC offices to be examined by ‘gender and racial equity’ expert
Melissa Brown, Montgomery Advertiser Published 10:10 a.m. CT March 19, 2019 |

Days after it fired co-founder Morris Dees for undisclosed misconduct issues, the Southern Poverty Law Center hired a Chicago-based lawyer well-versed in gender and racial equity issues to review its workplace environment and policies.

Tina Tchen, a former White House official and Chicago-based lawyer, has been retained to review SPLC’s workplace culture and practices.

Tina Tchen previously worked as chief of staff to then-first lady Michelle Obama and now leads a “workplace cultural compliance” practice at Buckley LLP, which examines “gender and racial equity, sexual harassment” and other diversity barriers in the workplace.

The review was announced on Thursday alongside the termination of Dees. SPLC President Richard Cohen said at the time Dees failed to adhere to the organization’s “values,” hinting at misconduct.

According to a biography on Buckley LLP’s website, Tchen previously served as chief of staff to first lady Michelle Obama and assistant to President Barack Obama. She was involved in multiple White House gender equity initiatives, as well as in the formation of the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault.

I.e., the Jackie Coakley Empowerment Squad.

She is also a co-founder of the TIME’S UP Legal Defense Fund, according to an SPLC release.

That’s an effort to get in on #MeToo action.

So when Tchen is in the White House, she helps gin up the campus rape hate hysteria that led to the Rolling Stone hoax and much else. Now that she’s back in private practice, she cashes in on her taxpayer-funded initiatives.

Tchen on Monday would not specifically speak to the issues her SPLC review might focus on, though she said it would look “holistically” at its workplace culture to “build diverse workplaces” for all groups of people.

“This is an incredible institution in our country, and I’m honored to be working with them to build a workplace that will live up to the values of SPLC, of justice and equality,” Tchen said.
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Re: SPLC is Hate Group

PostSun Jun 23, 2019 4:38 pm

Liberal Group With Recent Racism Scandal
Claims to Be a Modern 'Underground Railroad'

BY TYLER O'NEIL
MAY 31, 2019

Two months after a devastating racism and sexual harassment scandal cleared out the leadership of the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), the organization's interim president compared the SPLC to the Underground Railroad, which helped slaves in the antebellum South escape to freedom. It seems the far-left smear group has entirely forgotten its own past, even in the midst of an ongoing internal review to see whether or not racism and sexual harassment still dominate the organization.

"For nearly 50 years, the SPLC has been working tirelessly to develop 'underground railroads' for children, youth, families, and communities: liberation from broken and historically racist systems such as education, justice, and health; freedom from acts of bigotry, hate, and violence; and education to help emerging leaders become active participants in a diverse democracy," Karen Baynes-Dunning, the SPLC's interim president, wrote in a post on Wednesday.

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SPLC interim president Karen Baynes-Dunning

Baynes-Dunning, seemingly oblivious to the SPLC's scandals, went on to slam the Trump administration for "racism and misogyny." Last week, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announced that the Trump administration is delaying the release of the new $20 bill featuring abolitionist hero Harriet Tubman, well-known for running the Underground Railroad. Originally, the new bill was scheduled for 2020 to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, but Mnuchin said it won't release until 2028, since the Treasury needs to prioritize anti-counterfeiting features of currency.

"But this decision – like so many of Trump’s statements, decisions, and policies – clearly seems undergirded by racism and misogyny. It is not lost on the American public that candidate Trump opposed putting Tubman on the $20 bill in 2016, calling the move 'pure political correctness.' He offered to consider placing her portrait on the little-used or circulated $2 bill instead," Baynes-Dunning wrote.

Threats to the security of currency are serious. While I share Baynes-Dunning's disappointment that Tubman won't be appearing on the $20 bill next year, I understand that there are many potential reasons for the delay, including the one Mnuchin referenced. Yet Baynes-Dunning seems primed to jump to "racism and misogyny" whenever Trump so much as sneezes. After all, she runs the same SPLC that strained to connect Trump to the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, despite Trump's Jewish family and the shooter's hatred for Trump.

Yet this brazen post from Baynes-Dunning also shows that the SPLC has learned nothing from its recent scandal.

SPLC's 'Hate Group' Accusation Outed as a Scam, More Than 60 Groups Considering Lawsuits
The scandal began in March, when Associate Legal Director Meredith Horton, one of two black directors, left the organization, complaining about sexual harassment and racial discrimination. Shortly afterward, the SPLC fired its co-founder, Morris Dees, President Richard Cohen stepped down, and Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson removed herself from the Board of Directors. The group's female legal director also stepped down.

This scandal followed decades of complaints from former staff that the organization's culture involved racial discrimination.

In February 1994, Dan Morse ran a series of articles in the Montgomery Advertiser exposing the SPLC's leadership problems.

"I would definitely say there was not a single black employee with whom I spoke who was happy to be working there," Christine Lee, a black graduate of Harvard Law School who interned at the SPLC in 1989, told the Advertiser. Of the 13 black former SPLC staffers Morse contacted, 12 said they either experienced or observed racial problems in the organization. Three recalled hearing racial slurs and three compared the SPLC to a plantation — the very opposite of an Underground Railroad.

Former employees complained about racial disparities in leadership on the confidential employer review site GlassDoor as well. January 2017, a former employee who spent more than a year at the SPLC noted that while "all SPLC practice areas ... have a disproportionate effect on black and brown people ... such a small percentage of black and brown people are employed on the Legal team at SPLC (two Black lawyers and three Black Advocates within a staff of about 100 across five states)."

Another reviewer noted "a profound lack of diversity in higher level roles," even though "there are well qualified people of color who've dedicated up to and over 12 years to [the] mission of the organization."

Yet as the scandal broke, the SPLC went into damage control mode. It hired Tina Tchen, Michelle Obama's former chief of staff, to conduct an internal review of the organization's office culture. It elevated Baynes-Dunning, a black woman, as interim president.

Baynes-Dunning seems committed to running the SPLC as if nothing happened. The liberal group gained its reputation by taking the Ku Klux Klan to court, but its struggles with racism should tarnish its reputation. The media continues to cite the SPLC as an authority on hate, however.

The SPLC has long accused mainstream conservative and Christian organizations of being "hate groups," listing them along with the KKK and encouraging corporate America and Big Tech companies to blacklist them. During the recent scandal, the "hate group" accusations were outed as a fundraising scam, but media outlets continue to cite them.

Under Baynes-Dunning, the SPLC wants to have its cake and eat it, too. The organization wants to apologize for its past without undertaking any reforms that would change its political warfare tactics.

Fresh off a racism and sexual harassment scandal, the SPLC compares itself to the Underground Railroad and accuses Trump of "racism and misogyny." Can this liberal smear factory get any more shameless?
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Re: SPLC is Hate Group

PostSat Jul 20, 2019 11:17 am

Witness how the SPLC used a rather benign, 18-year-old email, stolen from NA by their paid informant Randolph Dilloway and sold by him to Heidi Beirich, SPLC's Intelligence Project Director, in an attempt to associate the National Alliance with those on the SPLC's "hate group" list: https://www.splcenter.org/hatewatch/201 ... iam-pierce

"May I be of service?" Such hate! :roll:
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PostSat Jul 20, 2019 5:04 pm

Will Williams wrote:Witness how the SPLC used a rather benign, 18-year-old email, stolen from NA by their paid informant Randolph Dilloway and sold by him to Heidi Beirich, SPLC's Intelligence Project Director, in an attempt to associate the National Alliance with those on the SPLC's "hate group" list: https://www.splcenter.org/hatewatch/201 ... iam-pierce

"May I be of service?" Such hate! :roll:


I still want to know how they get that the Alliance has ever been neo-nazi or Nazi. I have always viewed the Alliance as White Nationalist but have never seen any leanings towards Nazism.
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Re: SPLC is Hate Group

PostSat Jul 20, 2019 5:50 pm

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Will Williams wrote:Witness how the SPLC used a rather benign, 18-year-old email, stolen from NA by their paid informant Randolph Dilloway and sold by him to Heidi Beirich, SPLC's Intelligence Project Director, in an attempt to associate the National Alliance with those on the SPLC's "hate group" list: https://www.splcenter.org/hatewatch/201 ... iam-pierce

"May I be of service?" Such hate! :roll:


I still want to know how they get that the Alliance has ever been neo-nazi or Nazi. I have always viewed the Alliance as White Nationalist but have never seen any leanings towards Nazism.

You have the more accurate impression of the National Alliance, Colin. The Jew likes to point out that Dr. Pierce got his start With George Lincoln Rockwell 53 years ago when he edited the National Socialist World quarterly journal for him, sort of like how the Jew always prefaces David Duke with the words "KKK Grand Wizard" though Duke left the Klan in 1978. The Jew knows that using the KKK or Nazi buzz terms to describe a person or group shuts down any conversation because most Americans want nothing to do with either, no matter what the person or group has to say. NA doesn't have much of a problem with being associated with the Ku Klux Klan because we have so little in common with the mostly Christian Klans, so the Jew and controlled media harp on the "Nazi" term. There is an instructive section in the NA Membership Handbook on how to deal with the :Nazi" and "Neo-Nazi" question (page 120-122). One of these days we'll get around to republishing that for our current members, but don't have the means to now.
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Re: SPLC is Hate Group

PostThu Aug 08, 2019 3:50 pm

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PhuBai68 wrote:I'm surprised that FNC hasn't booted Tucker, maybe he's too popular, since he's very unPC.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UghQoQhan2M

Fox News is safe with Tucker. He'a no dreaded White loyalist. He will lose his bully pulpit with conservative TV fans should he, all of a sudden, come all the way over to be a proud and loyal man of his unique White race.

Tucker is a proud, and very safe libertarian, however. Safe, that is, as long as his bosses, the Murdochs, make him toe the line, while giving millions in extortion to the ADL and the SPLC for their stated aim to destroy any and all pro-White groups like the National Alliance. Their doing that "proves" Fox News is not "racist, anti-Semitic or homophobic." https://www.forbes.com/sites/paulfletch ... ef48413cd4

Does the Tuck still sign off his show each night as "the sworn enemy of group think," like a good anti-racist libertarian? Think about that. Being loyal to one's race -- an identifiable group -- is being a natural group-thinker, and that is good; that's is normal. Just ask one of Tucker's ultraZionist bosses if he is loyal to his group, his race. :lol:

One good thing about Tucker, bless his boyish heart, is that he's been practically the lone voice in MSM to even half-way criticize the SPLC "hate" racket for more than 22 years: https://www.weeklystandard.com/tucker-c ... -like-dees

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"In 1996, Weekly Standard contributor Tucker Carlson took aim at Dees in his feature article, 'With Friends Like Dees…' Carlson explained how Dees exploited the bombing of the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City to raise vast sums of money for the Center." http://splcwatch.org/financial/splc-fundraising/
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Yes, Dees was all over the electronic Jew back then, always waving around a copy of Dr. Pierce's 1975 novel, The Turner Diaries for the cameras, claiming it was the author's "blueprint" for OKC.

More about SPLC and The Turner Diaries, here: https://nationalvanguard.org/2017/01/wi ... r-diaries/

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To reinforce what I have said about Tucker Carlson is this report that tries to link him to those the SPLC watchdogs label "hate groups" because <gasp!> :o he said it's actually OK to be White>:
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The Hate Report: What white nationalists
think about Tucker Carlson

By Will Carless and Aaron Sankin /
December 7, 2018

In this week’s roundup: We researched the darkest corners of the internet to gauge support for Fox News pundit, and the perpetrator of the Charlottesville attack goes on trial.

Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson has spent the last couple of years transforming from mainstream conservative to America’s leading white nationalist pundit.

He has used his nightly show to question whether racial diversity is truly a positive thing in America. He has promoted, and defended, the phrase “It’s OK to be white,” which has become a slogan for racists across the country. David Duke, former grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, claimed last year the campaign was “sweeping the nation.”

Just last month Carlson suggested that a Georgetown professor was calling for “genocide” of white people. This is a warning that has been circulating in white supremacist circles for decades. And he has used his perch to play down the issue of white nationalism in America: “It’s not a crisis. It’s not even a meaningful category,” he said on his show earlier this year.
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Tucker with his White wife and White children

One of the stated goals of leading white nationalists has been to mainstream their racist ideals into the modern conservative movement. With that in mind, we were curious to see whether the hardcore white nationalists on the web viewed Carlson as their messenger to the broader public.

We asked our Hate Sleuths, a group of loyal Hate Report readers who volunteer their time to help research, to comb through sites that often host hate speech for mentions of the conservative commentator.

They found overwhelming support for Carlson. Everywhere they looked, the Fox News anchor was being discussed, and ideas were being swapped about how to convince him to continue mainstreaming racist and anti-Semitic talking points.

The Hate Sleuths spent hours searching for mentions of Carlson on six different forums: 4Chan’s /pol/; neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer; alt-right social media platform Gab; two different forums on Voat, a Reddit clone that surged in popularity after Reddit banned several hate-filled forums; and a subreddit dedicated to discussion of “incels” – an online subculture defined by “involuntary celibacy” and dominated by misogyny.

On every forum, the sleuths found dozens of mentions of Carlson. They reported that these were overwhelmingly positive.

“Tucker is a national treasure and will be the catalyst for real social change,” gushed one poster on /pol/.

“At best, he’s a gateway for us and they know it,” wrote a user on Gab.

Another anonymous poster on /pol/ went further: “Tucker is Hitler 2.0.”

Perhaps the most ringing endorsement for Carlson came from Daily Stormer publisher Andrew Anglin, who raved about the anchor’s ability to “own” liberal guests on his show. Anglin and his cadre of writers evolved their stance from skeptical encouragement to hero-worship of Carlson, with The Daily Stormer ultimately labeling Tucker “/ourguy/.”

In November 2016, for example, Anglin used a homophobic slur to describe how he used to feel about Carlson. “Oh but now – this man is a machine of ultimate destruction,” he wrote.

Later, they went on to champion Carlson. We’ve decided not to publish many of the headlines, because they are violent and obscene. But here are a couple of the more tame ones:

“Tucker SKINS Anti-White Professor ALIVE and MAKES A COAT OUT OF HIM.”

“Tucker Carlson BLEEDS Sanctuary City Supporter TO DEATH Inside an IRON MAIDEN”

(Last week BuzzFeed News published a story stating that Carlson had been mentioned in 265 articles on The Daily Stormer between November 2016 and November 2018.)

In an interview, Carlson called our story “embarrassing and stupid.”

“My views are my own, I am not responsible for the views of people who watch the show, claim they watch the show, comment upon the show,” Carlson said. “I’m not responsible for your views or the views of any other human being – I’m responsible for mine. You’re trying, quite transparently, to smear me with the views of people I have nothing to do with.”

Carlson repeatedly asked me (Will Carless) what my name was and lambasted me for calling myself a journalist. He claimed Reveal was only interested in writing a hit piece that was “guilt by association.”

You can listen to that interview below.



Asked whether he considers himself to be aiding and abetting white supremacists by mainstreaming their ideas, Carlson dodged the question.

“I don’t even know what you’re …” Carlson said, before going on. “I speak for myself. My views are transparent. If you have a question about what I mean, you can ask me.”

So, I asked him a direct question: Why he chose to focus on a small local news story in his segment about the “It’s OK to be white” slogan. Again, he dodged, referring to what he had said on the show: “I think I explained it pretty well.”

Carlson also claimed he didn’t know who Andrew Anglin is. Last August, Carlson lamented on his show that large tech companies were pulling hosting from Anglin’s website.

These sites weren’t exclusively a lovefest for Carlson, however.

The Hate Sleuths found plenty of criticism of the anchor, varying from concern that he works for “Fox Jews,” to his privileged upbringing, as outlined in this post on /pol/:

“Frankly, it’s flat out hilarious that he, of all the filthy rich coastal media elites on tv, accuses anyone of upper class elitism. He is the son of a US Ambassador and heir to the Swanson Food fortune … He just knows how to stir up anger and resentment in you ‘flyover folk’ gullible maga losers because he looks down his nose at you all more than anyone else.”

The overall sentiment, however, was one of comradeship.

The view that Carlson is an ally to the hate movement is so entrenched among some of the extremists on these sites that they have begun to overtly court his attention. There’s Anglin’s latest piece about the Fox News anchor, “Tucker Predicts Race War”:

This week Tucker took note of the highly racialized, anti-white commentary surrounding the Kavanaugh hearings– in which all participants are white.

And then he says a race war might be coming soon.

Anglin continues with a direct plea to Carlson, responding to the anchor’s televised statement that “we really don’t want” a racial conflict in the United States:

Maybe you don’t want it Tucker, but you should. The extermination of the lesser races is the only way to secure an existence for your people and a future for your children’s children.

If you’re interested in helping us investigate the world of hate, sign up for the Hate Sleuths here.
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