Update: The SPLC’s endowment is $471 million dollars … to a pay a bunch of obnoxious leftwing journos to write shit posts about this blog.
I would like to continue to press our case.
The people who have been persecuted for years by the SPLC should be allowed to take it over. Currently, Morris Dees’s piggy bank is the biggest casino in the Alabama Black Belt, a much more profitable enterprise than Greentrack, Victoryland or Wind Creek. The hate industry has been in the business of separating gullible liberals from their shekels for decades, but we ought to turn it into a think tank and invest all that money in sprucing up our plantation in Central Alabama:
“MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Known as one of the most celebrated civil rights lawyers of his time, Morris Dees spent nearly a half-century building the Southern Poverty Law Center into one of the nation’s wealthiest and best-known legal advocacy groups.
He faced down the Ku Klux Klan in the 1980s, and developed his organization, founded in 1971 near the church in Montgomery where the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. preached, into a crusading anti-hate empire dedicated to fighting extremism in the United States.
But the group now finds itself beset by internal conflict. Mr. Dees has been fired and other top executives have quit. The staff is demanding that leaders address a climate of intolerance inside its offices. The tumult, including pointed allegations of sexual harassment and racial discrimination, comes as the center’s influence has surged in the Trump era.
With an endowment of about $471 million, an enormous sum in the nonprofit world, it has won over donors with deep pockets. In the aftermath of the deadly violence at a white nationalist gathering in Charlottesville, Va., in 2017, Tim Cook, the head of Apple, announced the company would donate $1 million. …”
As the new president of the SPLC, I would immediately convene a parlay with all officially designated “hate groups” in the United States. I would invite them all to come to Montgomery. Nick Fuentes would come from Chicago. Greg Johnson would come from Seattle. Mike Enoch would come from New York. James Edwards would come from Memphis. Matt Parrott would come from indiana. We could get some takeout from Dreamland and brainstorm on how to end “hate” in America.
I would ask them a pointed question, “do you actually HATE anyone for being non-European”? When they all answered “not really,” I would ask them what really motivates them. They would tell me it is a love of their own people, a dislike of political correctness and a resentment over being socially marginalized for not being a self-hating White person. Wow, so that was it? All is forgiven!
I would grant immediate “amnesty” to all the “hate groups” for violating all the made up sins of political correctness. None of that shit actually has anything to do with morality anyway. Once that issue has been settled, we would have to discuss how we are going to spend all the huge vats of money. The SJWs who are currently employed by the SPLC would be dismissed and sent home and everyone who lives in the Alabama Black Belt no matter what their race would be allowed to withdraw $1,000 a month from the SPLC’s endowment until the money ran out and the partying stopped.
The SPLC Freedom Dividend would be a 21st century Victory Jubilee:
you: trying to get a good night's sleep because you have to get up at the crack of dawn to go out & train your H-1b replacement immigrant that blormpf & jared want more of#YangGang after another fat UBI direct deposit: pic.twitter.com/7uNSSL3t6E
— David Laettner (@DavidLaettner) March 5, 2019
Montgomery’s pitiful bar scene could use the Morris Dees reparations stimulus.
Very true, but you still ran like a scalded dog after they attacked you for appearing on the radio with me. The interview was great and you doubled-down on everything I said during our discussion. Learn, grow, and do better going forward. No apologies. https://t.co/t3oLW4gmGU
— James Edwards (@JamesEdwardsTPC) March 26, 2019
Katy Tur could come and report on it without being mobbed by Blompf supporters.
We would have to continue our fundraising operations though.
If you look around the Alabama Black Belt, it is a pretty desolate place. There is plenty of poverty here and no one is doing anything about it. How do we fix a place like Selma? How do we unfuck Lowndes County from relying on income from nothing but civil rights nostalgia in 2019?
I would commission documentaries to be made of Selma, Birmingham, Montgomery and Tuskegee to show the world what happened after the “journalists” left in the 1960s. We have all these politicians who parachute into here every year for photo ops on the Edmund Pettus Bridge who do not give a damn about this place. They need to be shamed and embarrassed for using these people.
When Chairman Yang is president and wage slavery has been abolished in the United States, we could do a kind of American Pickers of Southern history, dig up all the good stuff from the past like the common culture, recipes and social cohesion we used to have and start building it back. I suspect the current generation is more miserable, angrier and divided than it was under sharecropping.
When no one is mad anymore over grievances that ended 150 years ago, 75 years ago and 50 years ago and everyone is being reasonable and in good spirits after the realization that we are nearly a quarter of the way into the 21st century, everything could be fixed.
Note: Much of the current animosity will go away when all these elderly people who have been fighting each other for 50 years finally retire.