US Corporations Support Anti-American Hate Group


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henrymakow.com — Sept 14, 2017

apple-splcWhat are the chances that all corporations would singfrom the same political hymnbook?
More proof that Corporate America is de facto Communist is their support for an anti-American hate group and scam, The Southern Poverty Law Center
I define Communist as control by the Masonic Jewish world banking cartel which seeks a total economic, political and cultural monopoly i.e. The New World Order.  The article below reveals that corporate America is prepared to alienate half its customers to satisfy its foreign masters. However, this lucid article which first appeared in the Wall Street Journal (Aug. 25) is a hopeful sign. 
Morris Dees, head of Southern Poverty Law Center was cited in 1979 by his ex-wife with a homosexual encounter during their marriage. She also cited numerous affairs with women including his daughter-in-law and underage step-daughter. [Alabama Court of Civil Appeals CIV 2114, 1979] Morris Dees, Liberal Champion is a Con-Man 
See also Morris Dees: Jewish Pervert Advises FBI on Patriots

What is its gift to the Southern Poverty Law Center telling bank customers?

By Kimberley A. Strassel  (August 25, 2017) 

Morris Dees. Click to enlarge

Corporate America will do almost anything to stay on the safe side of public opinion–at least as it’s defined by the media. CEOs will apologize, grovel, resign, settle. They will even, as of this month, legitimize and fund an outfit that exists to smear conservatives.
The press is still obsessing over President Trump’s incompetent handling of the violence in Charlottesville, Va., and that has suited some profiteers just fine. The notorious Southern Poverty Law Center is quietly cashing in on the tragedy, raking in millions on its spun-up reputation as a group that “fights hate.” Apple CEO Tim Cook informed employees that his company is giving $1 million to SPLC and matching employee donations.J.P. Morgan Chase is pitching in $500,000, specifically to further the SPLC’s “work in tracking, exposing and fighting hate groups and other extremist organizations,” in the words of Peter Scher, the bank’s head of corporate responsibility.
 What Mr. Scher is referring to is the SPLC’s “Hate Map,” its online list of 917 American “hate groups.” The SPLC alone decides who goes on the list, but its criteria are purposely vague. Since the SPLC is a far-left activist group, the map comes down to this: If the SPLC doesn’t agree with your views, it tags you as a hater

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