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Friday, April 23, 2010

Southern Poverty Law Center: Liars Ca$hing in

By: Devvy

April 19, 2010

"The Southern Poverty Law Center, for the viewers who may not know it, is an organization that specializes in finding offenses that they can raise money around.....Morris Dees, who is the owner of it, if you'd like, I think, is nothing more than a scam artist." C-SPAN Q&A Host: Brian Lamb Interview with Wesley Pruden, “Washington Times” Editor in Chief


The misnamed Southern "Poverty" Law Center is nothing of the sort. That organization is drowning in money.[1] Their "leadership" doesn't give a ticker's damn about the U.S. Constitution. Morris Dees cares only for money and he's been raking it in for decades to support his lavish lifestyle. A lifestyle of sexual perversion (peeping on his naked 16-year old step daughter), sexual deviant (in bed with another man in front of his wife) and peddling "intolerance" better than any snake oil salesman of the 19th Century:

The Church of Morris Dees:  http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/Articles/The%20Church%20of%20Morris%20Dees.html

By Ken Silverstein
Harper's Magazine, November 2000

How the Southern Poverty Law Center profits from intolerance

"That was then. Today, the SPLC spends most of its time--and money--on a relentless fund-raising campaign, peddling memberships in the church of tolerance with all the zeal of a circuit rider passing the collection plate. "He's the Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker of the civil rights movement," renowned anti- death-penalty lawyer Millard Farmer says of Dees, his former associate, "though I don't mean to malign Jim and Tammy Faye." The Center earned $44 million last year alone--$27 million from fund-raising and $17 million from stocks and other investments--but spent only $13 million on civil rights program , making it one of the most profitable charities in the country....

Read more:  http://www.devvy.com/new_site/splc_041910.html

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