The Danger Of NON-VIOLENT COLONIZATION Is That It Subtly Alters The SENSIBILITIES And LOYALTIES Of Its COLONIZATION SUBJECTS Without Them Ever Realizing That THEY HAVE BECOME ALIGNED With What They Used To PROTEST AGAINST As An Existential...Show More Summary
The Southern Poverty Law Center retracted a post that linked anti-war journalism with fascists, who are allegedly part of a massive Russian conspiracy. The post Southern Poverty Law Center Apologizes For Article Linking Journalists With Fascists Allegedly Influenced By Russia appeared first on Shadowproof.
The Oath Keepers are “one of the largest radical anti-government groups in the U.S. today,” the Southern Poverty Law Center says.
The legal advocacy group counted 19 groups in Maryland, up from 18 the year before.
CONTINUING ITS DESCENT INTO ABJECT IDIOCY, the Southern Poverty Law Center is now calling my wife a “Male Supremacist.” I call the SPLC a scam and increasingly a hate group itself. The difference is, I’m right. And yes, Helen is “far more qualified than anyone from the SPLC,” a two-bit bunch of grifters that sells […]
The number of hate groups operating in the United States grew by four percent in 2017, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), an Alabama-based monitoring group. The SPLC identified 954 hate groups in the US last year, an increase from t… Read The post Hate Groups in U.S. Grow for Third Straight Year: SPLC appeared first on Towleroad.
More than 950 hate groups operated in the country last year, with the majority focused on white supremacy, the Southern Poverty Law Center says.
The Southern Poverty Law Center’s Year in Hate and Extremism finds that the president’s first year in office created disturbing growth from extremist groups. An alt-right rally in Charlottesville that left one anti-racist counterprotester dead. Show More Summary
“They talk about all women as being bad, not just some women and not just feminists.” For the first time, two “men’s rights” groups have been added to a widely watched list of extremist groups. The Southern Poverty Law Center released...Show More Summary
Right-wing groups feel emboldened by Trump's tweets, according to the group.
The number of hate groups has grown by 20 percent since 2014, the Southern Poverty Law Center said in a new report.
“President Trump in 2017 reflected what white supremacist groups want to see: a country where racism is sanctioned by the highest office, immigrants are given the boot and Muslims banned.”
For the first time, two “men’s rights” groups have been added to a widely watched list of extremist groups. The Southern Poverty Law Center released its annual “Year In Hate” report on extremism today, and the report included two new male supremacy groups, A Voice For...
The number of U.S. hate groups expanded last year under President Donald Trump, fueled by his immigration stance and the perception that he sympathized with those espousing white supremacy, the Southern Poverty Law Center said on Wednesday There were 954 hate groups in the country in 2017, marking...
Alamy Neo-Nazi organizations saw the greatest growth among hate groups last year, according to a new report by Southern Poverty Law Center released Wednesday. There were 954 active hate groups in the United States in 2017, SPLC found, the greatest total since 2011’s record-breaking year. Show More Summary
Heidi Beirich, Director of the Intelligence Project at the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), noted that the United States has always been “deeply racist, deeply anti-Semitic.” Beirich observed, “We have a history of all that kind of bigotry. It’s part of our DNA.”
A strong case can be made to strip the SPLC of its nonprofit, tax-exempt status.
Elliot Rodger, who killed six people in a rampage near UC-Santa Barbara in 2014 and wounded 13 other people, was the first “alt-right killer,” according to a new report from the Southern Poverty Law Center. Before the mass shooting, Rodger had a history of posting misogynist and racist...