Friday, February 8, 2013

Bloody hands: The Southern Poverty Law Center

 

 

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Friday, February 8, 2013

 


BLOODY HANDS: THE SOUTHERN POVERTY LAW CENTER
Exclusive: Matt Barber asks if SPLC isn't intentionally inciting anti-Christian violence
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Long before homosexual activist Floyd Corkins entered the D.C.-based Family Research Council (FRC) with the intent to commit mass murder, I warned from the rooftops that the hard-left Southern Poverty Law Center's anti-Christian "hate group" propaganda might spur such bloodshed. With a column headlined, "Liberal violence rising," I wrote, "The SPLC's dangerous and irresponsible ('hate group') disinformation campaign can embolden and give license to like-minded, though less stable, left-wing extremists, creating a climate of true hate. Such a climate is ripe for violence."

Tragically, my deepest fears were realized.

Then, in August, days after Corkins was heroically disarmed by FRC employ Leo Johnson, whom Corkins shot in the arm, I penned another column titled "Fanning the flames of left-wing violence." I plead with the SPLC to end its "dishonest and reprehensible" strategy of "juxtaposing FRC and other Christian organizations with violent extremist groups" in a transparent effort to marginalize them.

"I appeal to your sense of goodwill. This is not a game. Lives are at stake," I implored. "I know you have good employees (I've met some) who believe they're doing the right thing; so, please, validate that belief. It's time to remove your metaphorical 'hate group' Star of David from mainstream Christian organizations before another of your ideological allies spills blood."

I no longer believe the SPLC has a sense of goodwill. In fact, based on FBI evidence and the group's own actions (and inaction), I and many others are left with no other inference but this: The SPLC – a left-wing extremist fundraising behemoth – may be intentionally inciting anti-Christian violence.

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Matt Barber (@jmattbarber on Twitter) is an attorney concentrating in constitutional law. He serves as Vice President of Liberty Counsel Action (LCA on Facebook) . (Title and affiliation provided for identification purposes only.)

 

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