Priceless! Bigots who accuse everyone else of bigotry exposing themselves as the elephant in the room. Ah hem, I stand corrected, bigot in the room trolling for a pay day.
The New American by Alex Newman
The far-left Southern Poverty Law Center thinks a whole race of people, American Indians, are “weak.” In a bizarre rant laced with multiple factual errors, the increasingly discredited group also theorizes about and purports to expose a vast “anti-Indian” conspiracy. But it strategically omits what is arguably the story’s most important fact: The target of the SPLC’s vitriol is actually an American Indian herself, married to a direct descendant of Sacajawea. Oops!
The fact that the SPLC was targeting an Indian could not have escaped the attention of the entity, long denounced as an “anti-Christian hate group” by prominent Christian and conservative organizations. That means that the outfit, which styles itself a “civil-rights” group despite being lambasted as a money-making scam by actual civil-rights leaders, was deliberately deceiving readers of its “Intelligence Report.” This is the same pseudo-“intelligence” that the radical group uses in its efforts to deceive gullible law-enforcement officials across America into viewing mainstream Americans as “extreme.”
The latest SPLC screed, written by Ryan Lenz and published online this week, blasts imaginary “anti-Indian activists” over their concerns about deeply controversial programs such as United Nations Agenda 21. To understand just how controversial this UN “sustainability” scheme is, it is worth mentioning that the state legislature in Alabama, where the SPLC’s widely ridiculed “Poverty Palace” headquarters is located, voted to ban Agenda 21 in a bi-partisan law supported by every elected representative, including all Democrats. By definition, that puts the SPLC’s views radically outside the mainstream…..