A “charity” that pays its top executives six-figure salaries is not particularly one I would want to give money to. The Southern Poverty Law Center has made blacklisting of various organizations as “hate groups” into a profitable industry apparently. The Washington Free Beacon report on their transfer of huge sums of money to offshore entities can be found here. The RT report above provides some interesting insights into it, but you can also go here to view a Tucker Carlson segment that features an interview with the reporter who wrote the story, and here for an additional segment, aired a week or so previously, that includes Carlson interviewing a representative of a Christian group that was branded a hate group and which is now suing the SPLC.
And if that’s not enough, Brother Nathanel has a new video out–which deals primarily with Antifa but which also mentions the SPLC peripherally, though as it so happens this ties in rather nicely with a second Free Beacon report, here, on SPLC’s refusal to brand Antifa as a hate group.
By the way, the first Free Beacon report, mentioned above, includes a link to a “hate map” published by the SPLC that lists a total of 917 “hate groups” in the US. Apparently an updated version of the map is published annually.
The RT reporter above makes a valid point. The way to stop hate is by being nice to people. And as I said in a recent post, “If we wish to salvage any kind of future for ourselves, it’s imperative that we stop fighting each other.” Those now raising such hellish Cain about “hate”–are they not in reality the supreme haters themselves?