Heidi Beirich is leaving the SPLC. As I explained in my complaint against her and the SPLC, she was out of control in her agenda of surveillance and destruction. https://t.co/nOtezZy3qr— Breathing Space for Dissent, LLC (@SpaceforDissent) October 29, 2019
Is it a sign?
Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead.
I just got finished writing that review of Rusty Reno’s thoughtful new book about the postwar era of liberal totalitarianism. I scanned over the news on Twitter and only minutes later learned much to my delight that the Heidi Beirich era is over at the SPLC.
“The leader of the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Intelligence Project is stepping down amid an ongoing leadership shakeup at the anti-hate organization.
Heidi Beirich will leave the SPLC, ending a 20-year run with the organization, she told staffers Monday. Her exit follows several resignations and terminations of SPLC leadership this year—including its cofounder, who was fired amid sexual harassment allegations, and a deputy legal director who said the organization had “more work to do” to guarantee a respectful workplace. …”
What can I say?
October has been one big white pill from Joker to this.
BTW, I read that last article that Heidi wrote in the SPLC’s Intelligence Report.
“Resolute: The Battle Against Hate Demands Vigilance
Hate persists. It’s relentless.
History demonstrates that through the centuries, across civilizations, humans consistently kill or marginalize one another. Slavery, racial oppression, ethnic cleansing, pogroms and genocide reign through the ages. They are the greatest of human atrocities, given the special designation of crimes against humanity. And they are driven by hate.
That’s why we have to fight it. Every day. …”
I was relentless.
Driven by a combination of virtú and thymos and fueled by the occasional generous donation from our highly disaffected audience of repressed whiteness, I have fought these people at the SPLC nearly every day for almost 20 years. I’m still standing and hitting my stride.
Even after Charlottesville, I remained resolute. I can now proudly say that I have outlasted the whole nest of snakes at the SPLC: Heidi Beirich, Mark Potok, Morris Dees and Richard Cohen. They’re all gone and I am still here. I think our best days are ahead of us too.
Are you ready for the 2020s and 2030s?