The Southern Poverty Law Center
The Southern Poverty Law center has a strictly left-winged, liberal agenda that promotes racial and religious minorities, those who deviate from sexual norms and stances on issues that tend to be held on the left wing.
They achieve their ends by operating through litigation, grass roots activities, activism and publishing educational resources in the form of different kinds of media. Their website is chock full of interesting information about what they consider to be “extremist groups” and “hate symbols,” as well as individual people who they deem as being “extremists.” Learn more about Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin: https://about.me/michael-lacey
The Southern Poverty Law Center puts these labels on people and organizations that have views that are right wing, or pro-white, or conservative, or questioning to the LGBTQ plight, or anti-Zionist, or reluctant to racial integration, or any mixture of the above or all of the above.
It is riveting and entertaining to read what the Southern Poverty Law Center has to say about these people and organizations. However, you must approach what they say with some doubt and caution, because the Southern Poverty Law Center is not very objective, and sometimes they will group together things that aren’t bad or not so bad with things that really are bad.
On their lists, they are basically accusing certain groups of being hateful extremists just because those groups have views that the Southern Poverty Law Center doesn’t particularly agree with. It’s bad, because now some people and some organizations that aren’t really harmful to society are being called out as racist threats to society.
The words “extremists” and “hate groups” induce images in people’s minds of violent, scary, evil people who are completely bad for society. In reality, the people and organizations who are given these labels by the Southern Poverty Law Center may not really be like this. Learn more about Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin: https://twitter.com/JimLarkin_ and http://james-larkin.com/press/
This editorialized, false, or semi-false information is made easily accessible online to everybody in the world with an internet connection.
Being listed as a hateful person or a hate group smears a person’s reputation, and also puts a person in physical danger, since there are many people in the world who feel triggered to assault anyone who is labeled as “racist,” “extremist” or “hateful.” So, many individuals and groups feel that they are being blackmailed and harassed by the Southern Poverty Law Center for their beliefs.
European American Unity and Rights Organization, also known as EURO, talks about the struggles and views of European Americans. In the eyes of the Southern Poverty Law Center, such an organization is blasphemy.
However, in the eyes of David Duke, the organization’s founder, there are legitimate concerns and disparities that European Americans face. The Southern Poverty Law Center describes EURO as being an inactive organization. EURO hosts conferences to discuss crucial issues.
The Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund
The Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund helps poor souls who traverse through the deserts, newcomers who seek out a sense of community and people who want their free speech protected. Meticulously crafted by Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin, it is withstanding the test of time.