Sam Kestenbaum recently wrote for the Forward about a “handy graphic” the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) created that seeks to re-define Alt-Right talking points presented by Counter Currents editor John Morgan. It takes the positive, pro-White and nationalist principles that Morgan laid out and re-phrases them in a hateful, negative and rather stupid way. This is a case of a Left-wing Jewish publication praising the work of a Left-wing mostly-Jewish organization which seeks to speak for the surging Alt-Right in a way which would turn off normies.
Of course, the SPLC does not speak for the Alt-Right. In fact, the SPLC is a major part of the problem in the West which has sparked our manifestation. Routinely, the mainstream media will invite lawyers and activists from the SPLC to use their platforms to speak for us. They present us in the worst possible light, naturally enough. Patriots, Christians, conservatives and decent folks become Neo-Nazis, hate-mongers, intolerant bigots and knuckle-dragging, low-browed hicks who just hate the world for no reason at all.
In light of this, we would like the opportunity to speak for the SPLC in the future. The next time they sue Christians for defending traditional marriage we want to explain to the public that the SPLC is an anti-Christian hate group which is motivated by ethnic and religious chauvenism and intolerance. The next time they sue to take down a Confederate flag or monument we want to explain to people on TV that they hate White people in general and Southerners in particular and support a final solution which would destroy our culture, make Southerners a minority in the South and teach school children that Southern identity is a badge of shame. We have intelligent, presentable leaders who can provide this service for the media to the public. We believe it is only fair and will spark a meaningful dialog.