The Southern Poverty Law Center
This document serves as legal opinion from an Ecclesiastical Chief Justice/ Magistrate in North America with Legal Authority.
Any information, especially legal in nature, coming from Southern Poverty Law Center should be taken with “a grain of salt” or with “a significant amount of caution” due to past actions, news articles, and for the reason that an SPLC founder (Morris Dees) was recently fired for reasons not fully known. The organization’s validity has been questioned by national and international news sources and should be treated as such. An information from the SPLC should be taken with a considerable amount of caution and pause.
According to the Southern Poverty Law Center Website, https://www.splcenter.org/what-we-do
“The SPLC is a catalyst for racial justice in the South and beyond, working in partnership with communities to dismantle white supremacy, strengthen intersectional movements, and advance the human rights of all people.”
According to the news articles, the SPLC has assets that exceed $400 million. As a non-profit organization, the question has been raised as to who provided that type of money to a not for profit and what was exchanged for such large sums.
The SPLC has a reputation for labeling ‘African American’ groups that are loved by their community as ‘hate groups’, causing confusion and social division within the community. SPLC has listed groups as ‘haters’ that do not carry weapons and have no track record of violence. The SPLC labels groups as “haters” and “extremist”, while working closely with Federal agencies that have a long history of successfully using warlike activities (COINTELPRO) in the “Black”, and other communities, that include- sabotage, disruption, disinformation, assassination and the like. Here are a few articles to better introduce you to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
1. Republican National Committee resolution condemns Southern Poverty Law Center, claiming 'obvious bias'; Brian Lyman Montgomery Advertiser
August 24, 2020
2. The State of Hate
Researchers at the Southern Poverty Law Center have set themselves up as the ultimate judges of hate in America. But are they judging fairly?
3. The Southern Poverty Law Center is a hate-based scam that nearly caused me to be murdered