The FBI is finally recognizing what most decent Americans already know. The SPLC is a dangerous subversive organization that partners with Islamic supremacist and other treasonous groups to destroy America from within. It is enormously disturbing that the FBI was taken in at all. I believe that Eric Holder still works with them, at a distance — Holder is a quisling who (in concert with Obama) nominates a member of cop killer Mumia Abu-Jamal’s entourage as DoJ Civil Rights Division chief.
Consider this. The SPLC lists my organizations as hate groups. AFDI, the American Freedom Defense Initiative, is a human rights organization dedicated to freedom of speech, freedom of conscience, and individual rights is designated a hate group by a vicious uber left, pro-jihadist organization widely cited by the media and Obama’s Department of Justice. My group is a human rights group, but lists very, very few Islamic groups as hate groups. This is the morally inverted state of the world.
The Weekly Standard has down an extensive exposes on these scammers and fraudsters here. The communists over at the Southern Poverty Law Center are among the gravest threats to freedom in the United States, “a wellspring of manufactured hate” and are named as such in the AFDI Threats to Freedom Index.
Robert Spencer asks:
Who watches the watchmen? Why is fighting for the freedom of speech and the equality of rights of all people now classified as “hate”? An uncritical, uninformed public takes for granted that the SPLC is some kind of neutral observer, when actually it is a far-Left attack outfit, using its “hate group” classifications to stigmatize and demonize foes of its political agenda. But it classifies no Islamic jihad groups as “hate groups,” and has now dropped the racist, violent and paranoid Nation of Islam from its hate group list.
It prompts any decent human being to ask, what are the parameters of these snakes? And why do so many Jews still give to these destroyers? Their members kill people.
“FBI scrubs key ‘hate-crime’ partnership: Group linked to domestic terror through court case,” Bob Unruh, WND, March 26, 2014 (thanks to Christian):
The FBI has scrubbed its web page listing for hate crime “resources” of a reference to the Southern Poverty Law Center, which was fingered by confessed domestic terrorist Floyd Lee Corkins II as the source of his information when he planned to murder staff members at a Christian organization.
WND reported late last year that the FBI was utilizing the SPLC as a “resource” on its web page regarding hate crimes, but the current page has eliminated the organization that came to the attention of authorities when Corkins attempted a mass murder at the Washington offices of Family Research Council.
Corkins, a homosexual activist, told investigators the SPLC was the source of his information when he wanted to target Christians. The SPLC publicly had labeled the FRC a “hate group” because of its biblical position on homosexuality.
After Corkins’ confession, he was sentenced by Chief U.S. District Judge Richard W. Roberts to 25 years in prison for, on Aug. 15, 2012, walking into FRC headquarters and starting to shoot with the intention of killing “as many people as I could.”
He managed to shoot and injure just one person, facilities manager Leo Johnson, who is credited with heroically stopping the attack.
Corkins admitted he picked FRC because the organization was listed as an “anti-gay” hate group by the SPLC on its website.
FRC promotes traditional Judeo-Christian beliefs about the family and homosexuality, but SPLC claims the organization’s “real specialty is defaming gays and lesbians.”
Corkins, a former volunteer at an LGBT community center, pleaded guilty to terrorism.
The Washington Examiner pointed out the unannounced change, calling the move a “significant rejection of the influential legal group.”
“The webpage scrubbing, which also included eliminating the Anti-Defamation League, was not announced and came in the last month after 15 family groups pressed Attorney General Eric Holder and FBI Director James Comey to stop endorsing a group – SPLC – that inspired a recent case of domestic terrorism at the Family Research Council,” the Examiner reported.
“We commend the FBI for removing website links to the Southern Poverty Law Center, an organization that not only dispenses erroneous data but has been linked to domestic terrorism in federal court. We hope this means the FBI leadership will avoid any kind of partnership with the SPLC,” Tony Perkins, FRC president, told Paul Dedard at the Washington Examiner.
“The Southern Poverty Law Center’s mission to push anti-Christian propaganda is inconsistent with the mission of both the military and the FBI, which is to defend and uphold the Constitution of the United States,” he added.
“Crimes of hatred and prejudice – from lynchings to cross burnings to vandalism of synagogues – are a sad fact of American history, but the term ‘hate crime’ did not enter the nation’s vocabulary until the 1980s, when emerging hate groups like the Skinheads launched a wave of bias-related crime. The FBI began investigating what we now call hate crimes as far back as World War I, when the Ku Klux Klan first attracted our attention. Today, we remain dedicated to working with state and local partners to prevent the crimes and to bring to justice those who commit them,” the FBI states on its website.
Where, under the headline “resources,” the SPLC previously was listed, the list now includes “Shepard/Byrd Act Brochure, Justice Department Civil Rights Division, Justice Department Community Relations Service and Federal Civil Rights Statutes.
A video shows Corkins entered the FRC building and approached Johnson, and he then leaned over to place his backpack on the floor. When he straightened up, Corkins pointed a semi-automatic handgun directly at Johnson and fired. Despite being wounded in the arm, Johnson was able to subdue Corkins after a brief struggle.
Prosecutors said Johnson saved his own life, and probably many others, only because he immediately sensed something was wrong with Corkins. That hunch caused Johnson to get up from behind his desk, putting him in position to tackle the shooter soon after he drew his gun.
Prosecutors said Johnson has endured a long and slow recovery, including surgery on his arm, which will never be fully functioning again, and treatment for blood clots.
Johnson also told his shooter in court papers, “If you believe in God you should pray to him everyday because not only did God save my life that day, he saved yours too.”
Johnson was armed with a gun the day of the attack but told the court God told him not to shoot.
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