Important Note: The SPLC was founded by Morris Dees and Joseph J. Levin Jr. in 1971. Morris originally served as an attorney for the KKK, then all-of-a-sudden decided to fight against them. Morris Dees appears to me as someone who has no moral compass. Based on the information, Morris Dees has been doing this for profit.
THE SPLC gets its money from Donors. I will be releasing information on who those donors are, their political affiliations and other information, which may provide data, as to who is holding-up the SPLC’s foundation and resources.
December 14, 2013 (Christian Post) — Christian groups have called on the U.S. military to stop using Southern Poverty Law Center materials for certain classes due to their content, such as calling Evangelical Christians and Catholics as “hate groups”, for their stance on LGBT issues.
In a letter sent to Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel earlier this month, groups including the Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty and the Family Research Council expressed their concern about the SPLC materials within the Military.
“Despite this damning tie between the Southern Poverty Law Center and actual extremists, it is well documented that individual installation “EO Advisor course curriculum” briefings continue to draw upon SPLC data and talking points.”
Included among the 16 signatories were retired Lt. General William G. Boykin, FRC executive vice president; L. Brent Bozell III, president of the Media Research Center; Tim Wildmon, president of the American Family Association; Mathew Staver, founder and chairman of the Liberty Counsel; and Retired U.S. Army chaplain Col. Ronald A Crews, executive director for the Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty.
“The secretary of the Army and then later the Department of Defense issued a statement out to the force, to our military, to stop these kinds of training events until they could investigated.”
Mark Potok of the SPLC told the Christian Post that his organization had no comment beyond what was already available on their website.
SPLC continues to fight, ban and label Evangelical Christians and Catholics as Extremists
On December 12, 2013 The Raw story released this article. The Southern Poverty Law Center urges Army to re-ban anti-LGBT hate groups (Evangelical Christians and Catholics)
SPLC’s Glasstetter pointed out in his column, these groups assuredly do fit the profile of groups forbidden by the military.
Glasstetter cited DOD directive 1325.6, which stipulates:
Military personnel must not actively advocate supremacist, extremist, or criminal gang doctrine, ideology, or causes, including those that advance, encourage, or advocate illegal discrimination based on race, creed, color, sex, religion, ethnicity, or national origin or those that advance, encourage, or advocate the use of force, violence, or criminal activity or otherwise advance efforts to deprive individuals of their civil rights.
“The AFA unquestionably advances ‘efforts to deprive individuals of their civil rights,’” wrote Glastetter.