Posts Tagged ‘Southern Poverty Law Center’

No one has reason to distrust our government? Nobody?

May 26, 2013
Dennis Kucinich, member of the U.S. House of R...

Dennis Kucinich, member of the U.S. House of Representatives (D-Ohio) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Camp FEMA: American Lockdown – FULL MOVIE – 86 min – YouTube:

Nobody has any reason to think the USSA government may become tyrannical….except…

Except for black folks born and raised in earlier America, the victims of the first gun control laws in the United States.

Except for the Japanese-Americans born and raised in America who were rounded up and sent to concentration camps set up by military forces. (But today’s dissidents in 2013 are paranoid when they talk about concentration camps?)

Except for black folks in Memphis that were intentionally infected with syphilis, added to the Guatemalans that were also infected for the same kind of studies with human “subjects”.

Except for the people who were secretly poisoned with varying levels of LSD by the CIA to study psychological war strategies. And the millions of hippies and students and other youth that were enticed to take lots of LSD and other drugs by cheerleaders like CIA agent (or “ex-agent”?) Timothy Leary, and other unwitting influences like rock stars. I had friends whose brains were damaged by those drugs.

Except for the native American Indian tribes whose people were harassed, exploited, moved from state to state, pushed around, oppressed, and hit by broken treaties, and became the subject of abominable caricatures. These caricatures continue today in the justifications that governments give for the “help” that has not “helped” them at all.

Except for the Mormons, who were harassed and persecuted and thrown in prisons and chased from state to state until finally they went to where they thought nobody would bother them, in the West, and even there, the federal government sent the Army to make threats to them.

Except for the people that belong to a list of categories of “terrorists” that include pro-lifers, end-time prophecies, traditional marriage advocates, constitutionalists, Ron Paul supporters, one million names on the FBI terror watch list, secretly compiled.

Except for a peaceful community of a small religious community in the town of Waco, Texas, who were cleared of any arms violations in three inspections by local law enforcement, and attacked in a raid planned during the first Bush administration and carried out under Bill Clinton and Janet Reno.

Except for “new left” organizations in the 1960s and 1970s into the 1980s, investigated and spied upon by the FBI.

Except for other peaceful religious groups of the turbulent period, one of whom was infiltrated by a young agent for the FBI, who lived with the group for about three months. One day she went back to the FBI, told them they were peaceful and non-violent, turned in her credentials, and returned to the group to join the much falsely slandered Family of Love.

Except for the Muslim-Americans who were rounded up in the year 2001, held incognito without charges, and without access to lawyers, habeas corpus, or other recourse, under indefinite detention.

Except for the people in the 1999 “report” the FBI issued for law enforcement (“Project Megiddo”?) that listed “new threats to law enforcement”. These included supporters of gun ownership rights, property rights, home schooling, U.S. Constitution, and of course those who think elections are rigged, opponents of the New World Order, and others who think old military bases are planned for future concentration camps.

Except the people who are the indefinite targets of future “government continuity” plans that some people say are included in a project named Rex84 suggesting a FEMA cover for a continuity of government plan in case of rebellion by countrymen.

Think back to your science fiction movies. Remember “Deep Impact”? Not everybody got a place in the underground refuges. Who can doubt that with so many scenarios played out in popular fiction and in popular discussions around the nation and the globe, that anybody with enough influence in Washington DC would be assured protection from mad crowds in the event of disasters or protests? In exchange for keeping quiet so as to “not to cause a panic”. 😉

Isn’t it funny, that every time some “terrorist” or madman does something, or another “terrorist plot” hatched by the FBI is stopped again by the FBI, voices of government trust demand that government do even more to watch the peaceful citizens, do more to make Mr. and Mrs. America less dangerous?

Oh yea, to continue…

Except for the wives and children of peaceful people in living in remote area of Idaho known as Ruby Ridge.

Except for people who send out emails or post blog pages that have some of the above keywords.

Except for protestors of the “anarchist movement”.

Except for private clubs of gun sportsmen that call themselves “patriots” or “militia”.

Except for sheriffs who sign off to pledges that they will not enforce violations of the constitution.

Except for Ron Paul supporters who are

Except for Constitution Party members, including black members, who are slandered falsely (and knowingly so) by the Southern Poverty Law Center of racism in code language. But the federal watch lists are almost copies straight out of SPLC lists.

Except for even people like those who support Dennis Kucinich.

Except for people who get shot by gun smugglers and Mexican cartels that were protected by the Obama Justice Department itself?

Except for groups of people around the world who want the means to defend themselves against mass murderers like in Southern Sudan and Dafar and other places where minorities are in danger.

Oh, right, nobody has anything to fear.

Try to tell Japanese-Americans they have nothing to fear:
1942 “military relocation camps”
1944 Supreme Court upheld constitutionality
1945 interns finally released with $25 and ticket home (if they still had one) 1988 Ronald Reagan signed a formal apology and granted reparations to survivors
The bill named three failures: Racial prejudice, wartime hysteria, and lack of leadership
2001: Roundup of 1000s of US citizens and residents, saying they used “immigration violations”.


Jersey City police brass identify a pro-militia clique in the department and say they’ve been stopped |

April 30, 2013
English: Detail of Preamble to Constitution of...

English: Detail of Preamble to Constitution of the United States Polski: Fragment preambuły Konstytucji Stanów Zjednoczonych (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Jersey City police brass identify a pro-militia clique in the department and say they’ve been stopped |

The Southern Poverty Law Center is itself a hate group and should have been stopped a long time ago. After helping overturn some hate laws, it now advocates them against groups that do not mindlessly obey anything that someone in government with power thinks up. At least not mindlessly.

It is a cruel twist of logic that has the Southern Poverty Law Center saying it fights bigotry, since apparently it does not worry about fascist or socialist tyranny and the hate it brings along. They pretend it is not a worry.

So authorities think that a group that swears to uphold the Constitution of the United States is dangerous. What is more dangerous? Swearing to uphold the law of the land or suppressing a group that swears allegiance to it?

They won’t confiscate the guns, you think? It already happened!

March 13, 2013
Adolf Hitler Target - Jews For The Preservatio...

Adolf Hitler Target – Jews For The Preservation of Firearms Ownership (Photo credit: Marshall Astor – Food Fetishist)

Senator questions Holder about Katrina guns:

Some people go along with what they’re told to think so much that the laugh at the idea that what the gun control lobby really wants is to “confiscate” (meaning, ROB) all the guns that decent citizens.

This is why so many people are members of the NRA. The NRA is made up of decent neighbors of yours. But NRA members are beginning to flock toward other associations because the NRA has compromised on some issues. Membership is going up in other associations like Gun Owners of America, and Black Gun Owners of America and Jews for the Preservation of Gun Ownership

Government gains ever more power with background help from front groups like SPLC that condemn people who disagree with their

Violence-inspiring group demands probe of their victim:

So SPLC is no less dangerous than a tyrannical government, because they use all of government’s lethal force to get rid of anybody with any voice they disagree with.

They use government and “law” to beat up on people who say things that do not directly harm anybody, while they say nothing about the vile despicable language that is used to insult Christians. Gays can put crosses in urine and they say nothing, but let an ex-homosexual help others that ask for help to go straight. Denying them what they want –a different lifestyle, break the habit– is hateful, for sure. What an insult to “gays”! That they cannot think for themselves or shed a hedonistic obsession. (Sex is not equal to love)>

Jesus is love. He said:

Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.– John 15:13

Hero recovering, shot stopping leftist gunman who brought concealed weapon to shoot up FRC

August 19, 2012



The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC – Shameless People Lying Constantly) lists Family Research Council as a “hate” group, because the SPLC and its goosestepping spiritual comrades hate the FRC. By “hate groups” they mean groups of people they hate, because they disagree. There are petty dictators afoot in the land and the organizations that give voice to the views of the 99% are in the way of the Groupthink Tyranny they are forming.
So they call it hate as a Pavlov trick. Don’t get Pavloved.
They prattled on and on about the Colorado shooting, but they barely reported this leftist hater who brought his gun concealed in his bag to shoot up the FRC offices in Washington, D.C., where it is illegal to carry a concealed weapon. The unarmed guard took a bullet in his wrist while he wrestled the comrade to the ground, while help was on its way.

Just shows that no matter how quick your local law enforcement is, they cannot get to the scene of the crime as fast as somebody who is already there. And the firearm ported by the good guy already on the scene is much more useful almost always than the guns the police force is bringing.

The only reason that the guard was able to nip this attack in the bud was that he was thinking fast and came toward the perpetrator before the perp was ready.

The guy had umpteen rounds of ammo ready to load and a bunch of bags of Chick-Fil-A to throw on the dead bodies.

Now what he did not realize, that SPLC does, is that his action was premature. SPLC wants “hate crime laws” that will use the armed force of the entire United States against such activists that they don’t like, and that’s a LOT of guns.

Government is the biggest gang there is and just like the radical anti-war Berkeley students turned the ears of the Hell’s Angels against the Vietnam War back in the 1960s, SPLC and like-minded comrades are the propaganda arm of the tyranny-building leftists/fascinsts in government. There is no substantive difference between National Socialism and International Socialism. It’s just a matter of whether your turf claim is national –like Hitler’s National Socialists– or international –like the modern United Nations internationalists and their friends the international bankers and money changers.

Jhn 2:15 And when he had made a scourge of small cords, he drove them all out of the temple, and the sheep, and the oxen; and poured out the changers’ money, and overthrew the tables;