June 10, 2017
The “first they came…” cliche may have begun as hollow anti-German propaganda, but it is true about organized Jewry and its institutions today.
The Semitic Pathologically Lying Criminals (SPLC) are launching a full-on assault on the First Amendment. Some may still be conditioned to be apathetic about their current SLAPP lawsuit against The Daily Stormer due to the publication’s editorial line, but that is extremely short-sighted thinking for anyone who has opinions our xeno-elites don’t share (chances are, you have at least one regardless of how you vote).
Without constitutional protections for a free press, all you will be allowed to read and see is fake news like the (((New York Times))) and (((MSNBC))).
The Daily Stormer happens to be at the top of the list, but the SPLC appears to be tapping some of the $300 million dollars they have stashed away on offshore bank accounts to branch out into different areas of censorship.
Roman Catholics, blacks who help other blacks, critics of abortion, think-tanks that examine the negative effects of illegal immigration, even organizations that lobby on behalf of the traditional family are all equated with the “Neo-Nazi” Daily Stormer – whether you like it or not.
Defining “hate” is as subjective and abstract as defining love. So what is a “hate group?” Apparently, whatever the Jewish man with $300 million bucks hidden on the Cayman Islands says it is.
The only requirement for being on the SPLC’s “list” is to criticize Jews or implicitly undermine them by opposing one of their agendas (gay marriage, open borders, abortion, browbeating Christians, etc.)
Don’t believe me? Check the world’s largest charity watchdog, Guidestar, which is letting the SPLC put a big ugly “hate group” badge next to the name of dozens of philanthropic and non-profit organizations.
Ironically, it is very similar to the Stormtroopers putting yellow stars on Jewish institutions and businesses in Germany. Except it’s not ironic, the Nazis were defending themselves: they were doing to the world’s oldest hate group what they do to us when they have power.
A website that touts itself as the world’s largest source of information about charities has added a new feature: a warning label on tax-exempt nonprofits accused of spreading hate.
GuideStar, a self-described “neutral” repository for data on more than 2 million charities, recently flagged 46 nonprofits for being labeled as hate groups by the Southern Poverty Law Center. A banner atop each nonprofit’s GuideStar profile includes the law center’s logo and a link to its home page.
GuideStar’s president and CEO, Jacob Harold, said the new feature reflects a “broader shift in how we imagine our role in the (nonprofit) field.” Adding new data sources is part of that shift, but Harold also framed the warning labels as a response to the recent rise in “hateful rhetoric” in the U.S.
“It’s unique in that it’s highly politicized in a highly politicized moment in history,” he said.
Several leaders of flagged groups said they will contact GuideStar and demand the removal of the banners from their profiles. Some of the groups have accused the Alabama-based law center of using its hate group label to smear organizations that don’t share its ideology by lumping them in with overtly hateful groups, such as the Ku Klux Klan.
“This is defamation. GuideStar is an accomplice to this defamation now,” said Mark Krikorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies.
One of the red-flagged groups is a modestly funded nonprofit operated by white nationalist Richard Spencer, who popularized the term “alt-right” to describe a fringe movement blending racist, anti-Semitic and anti-immigration views. The list also includes several organizations with multimillion-dollar budgets, such as the Federation for American Immigration Reform, the Family Research Council and the American Family Association.
Harold said GuideStar relied on the law center’s list and didn’t conduct its own analysis of whether a nonprofit deserves to be labeled a hate group.
“But we are making a judgment to trust that third party,” he said. “We feel that’s quite defensible.”
Notice that career demagogues like Al Sharpton and Maxine Waters have incited race riots where people actually got hurt and died for having white skin (from the LA riots to Ferguson), yet the SPLC only targets Louis Farrakhan for pointing out the historical fact that Jews financed trans-Atlantic slavery.
Gentiles are 98% of America, yet a tiny group of people deploys gang-stalking, financial pressure and bogus litigation to prevent free discourse about what to do with our country.
Gersh v. Anglin isn’t about criminal activity, the police are not even involved. This is about putting down legal dissent – all of it!