Thursday, April 04, 2019

Southern Poverty Law Center Lynch Mob

By Michael Hoffman

Shame on Amazon, Twitter, Facebook, Paypal and Apple for disgracefully submitting to the ultra-partisan Southern Poverty Law Center's inquisition against freethinkers and dissidents who are demonized and hounded as "haters” by the SPLC, a multi-million dollar Orwellian gatekeeper that aims to make the Internet safe for corporate media orthodoxy. On the contrary, in its early days the Internet provided a welcome and often radical alternative to the corporate-controlled media.

Dissidents smeared by the SPLC become targets for violence and vandalism and are banned from the Internet — as determined by a private spy organization of Stalinist methodology, to which the billionaire Tech Tyrants submit in order to maintain the “reputation of their brand” in the midst of a lynch-mob atmosphere. 

Freedom of thought and the advancement of human knowledge are not considerations once a visionary writer or radical speaker is stigmatized with the hate label, which in effect signifies “hated by the Southern Poverty Law Center” — the enemies of freedom of speech.

Michael Hoffman is a dissident historian censored, libeled and witch-hunted by his ideological and political rivals in the SPLC, the ADL and other online thought police organizations to which the Tech Tyrants bow in abject submission.

1 comment:

  1. 'Lynch mobs' have often been decent people unable to get justice. Hoffman is wrong to call SPLC a 'lynch mob'. It's like calling Jewish mass murders a 'lynch mob'. They are 'Jew' fanatics


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