Monday, October 14, 2013

SPLC humiliated as Marxist gang proudly claims responsibility for violent attack

http://topconservativenews.com/2013/10/splc-humiliated-as-marxist-gang-proudly-claims-responsibility-for-violent-attack/

The SPLC posted a conspiracy theory on their website that victims of left-wing violence at the University of Indiana had staged a hoax. A group that the SPLC has been promoting has since claimed responsibility for the attack.
The SPLC posted a conspiracy theory on their website that victims of left-wing violence at the University of Indiana had staged a hoax. A group that the SPLC has been promoting has since claimed responsibility for the attack.

The radical left-wing SPLC published a report suggesting that the violence was a hoax. SPLC employee Keegan Hankes wrote an article for the SPLC calling the protesters “so-called victims.” He suggested that the violence was a hoax, even though one of the attackers was arrested and was in police custody. Hankes also suggests that the protesters sprayed themselves with mace.
Hankes himself is pretty notorious for perpetrating a hoax.
Less than two months ago, the League of the South held a protest immigration in Uvalda, Georgia. Keegan Hankes showed up to the protest and held a sign. Witnesses, who were standing next to Hankes, say he repeatedly used racial slurs.
When Hankes got back to SPLC headquarters he wrote an article stating that “racial slurs” had been used during the protest. Hankes doesn’t state that he was the only person using racial slurs. When pictures and eyewitness testimony of Hankes’ behavior at the demonstration were posted online, the SPLC responded by removing his name from the fake article.
Damningly, the Southern Poverty Law Center reported that there were muttered racial slurs throughout the demonstration.
Now, however, it’s been revealed that the only racial slurs that were muttered came from the author of the $PLC piece—a mole named Keegan Hankes. According to another demonstrator at the rally, Mr. Hankes expressed his fury about “spooks” and “n*****s” and his pleasure that Chief Smith had “taken care of them.” He also consistently brought up race in conversations, trying to bait other members.
The Southern Poverty Law Center made the fatal mistake of publishing Hankes’ piece under his own name, before removing it and replacing it with “Hatewatch Staff.”
Now, Hankes and the SPLC have been humiliated once again by their fake claims. The perpetrators of the violent attack at the University of Indiana are bragging about committing criminal violence online. The group Anti-Racist Action, a violent gang which the SPLC has promoted, claimed responsibility for the violence.
Anti-Racist Action currently has five members in state prison in Illinois, and one more awaiting trial. Last year, SPLC spokesman Mark Potok stated to the media that “they do more harm than good” last year. However, the SPLC has continued to promote and romanticize the group, interview it’s leaders in a positive way, and post links to a violent umbrella website for the group.
After pretending to denounce the gang, the SPLC published a headlining article in their magazine romanticizing the gang. The SPLC called them “flawed freedom fighters,” and “a constructive force.”
So, members of the a violent gang that the SPLC has been promoting and romanticizing, commit a violent attack at the University of Indiana. The SPLC floats a wild conspiracy theory that the victims of the attack faked the whole thing. The gang then posts a statement on one of their websites bragging about committing the attack.

1 comment:

  1. Like jews painting swastikas themselves, yelling antisemitism and then being caught. I am sure they covered this embarrassment in a hurry.

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