Posted On: Friday - November 10th 2023 9:24AM MST
In Topics:   Websites  Political Correctness  Artificial Stupidity  ctrl-left
The $PLC is the Southern Poverty Law Center, the $ standing for their once-1/2 Billion in assets, as they continue their non-profit operations in a big building in downtown Montgomery, Alabama.
Here's yet another minor coincidence, as I came upon the graphic herein and thought about this post, about 2 days before VDare's James Fulford wrote the amusing post linked to below. What I was doing is typing in the simple "vdare.com" address into the URL text area in a browser on a computer in a hotel lobby. To digress for hopefully not more than two sentences here, this time, I have a curmudgeonly pet peeve about browsers and searching. The search box is to appear ON the browser, and I HATE it when the text automatically goes up top in the area that's for the URL*. That's confusing. (3 sentences - not too bad!)
Well, that's what did it, though. For whatever reason, probably user error, the (likely google) search got me to the $PLC site REVIEW of VDare, not the site itself. This review was interesting:
"You're not one of those agitators, are you, Mr Brimelow? Cause I don't want any of those agitators."
- Mr. Roper of the Berkeley Springs Castle Foundation**
Though the $PLC doesn't like to link to give equal voice to the people it hates, Peak Stupidity will link to their review for its amusement value. Other than a few adjectives of which I might have found close synonyms, the 1st 9 paragraphs with the description of the website VDare are pretty accurate. I have nothing wrong with all of it. Why does the $PLC, unless they HATE traditional America ... for some reason ... wait, ...
The Background section was pretty informative, with quite a few things I hadn't known in there, and that for a website that I've read for 2 decades. Again, the erroneous adjectives and this sort of thing are not helpful:
“Unite the Right” organizer Jason Kessler has written semi-regularly for the site, including about the legal challenges facing the white nationalists and neo-Nazis who organized the deadly rally."Deadly rally" indeed - got a post coming with just that expression, that I believe I saw in a yahoo headline.
There is a paragraph about the Berkeley Springs, West Virginia castle, which was paid for IN CASH! I'm pretty sure that doesn't mean in green paper US currency, as cool as that would have been, but I believe the $PLC is jealous. Even with over 30X that in their accounts, the worthless diverse grifter crowd running the place probably can't even balance a checkbook. This Hateview ("Hate Review"?) notes that:
In addition to its secure and secluded location, the castle offers VDARE geographical proximity to Washington, D.C., which can be reached from Berkeley Springs in less than two hours.More importantly, it can be reached in less than 2 minutes with tactical nuclear missiles. I think that's what
I don't have time to argue against the stupidity that follows later on in this $PLC review. However, it's good reading for those who want to know some history and current info on who have been and are the real heroes of the anti-invasion movement.
Oh, yeah, I almost forgot. From Alexa Vs. VDARE.com On The Southern Poverty Law Center: It Was NEVER A Reputable Organization
Below, a recording of someone asking Amazon.com's virtual assistant Alexa ”Alexa, has the SPLC been discredited as an organization?”Alexa answered:
Yes, the SPLC has been discredited as an organization. The SPLC was once a reputable organization but has devolved into a far-left propaganda machine and a direct mail scam that harms the possibility of civil discourse and has been accused of slandering organizations with which it disagrees.Great. Anyway, I don't know for sure how she works, but I'm never inviting that nosy broad into my house.
* I do get what's happening. This is the case when you make some search site your "home" one or whatever.
** Oh yeah, you gotta go WAY back, to old movies and TV, to get this one!