….allegations of discrimination in “mission-driven” organizations, which suffer from the same problems they purport to fight, can be especially painful. [ya think!]
However, Cohen’s departure is not the end of the hateful Southern Poverty Law Centeras the board has hired former Michelle Obama chief of staff, Tina Tchen, to investigate so that the board can try to clean up the mess.
Most days I get up eager to hit the keyboard with the latest frauds, crooks and cons stories, but today I am especially excited.
When my feet hit the floor (and with coffee in hand), I couldn’t wait to share the news about the internal chaos at the SPLC!
The first shoe to drop, a little over a week ago, was when the SPLC announced it hadfired its founder Morris Dees who was the brains behind the money-making scams the organization has run for decades, I said then that Cohen should go since he was in charge of the organization on a day-to-day basis.
The next shoe to drop was the New Yorkerstory by Bob Mosera former staffer who said, we (employees who knew about the hypocrisy involving the SPLC’s internal and on-going issues with racial tensions and sexual harassment) were part of the “con.”
But, of course the films will all be lovely, warm and fuzzy stories about resilient immigrants and refugees who bring the joys of diversity to your communities and thus bring love and peace to one and all.
“The idea of the films is to generate discuss (sic) about immigration.”
Yes, there are deserving immigrants, but WTH how can you have a real discussion without also discussing the cultural clashes and downright criminality some migrants bring to America?
That’s what grates on me! That is why I write this blog. I want balance in the discussions and since I’m not seeing it in the public square, I’m trying to balance the media’s diversity-is-beautiful meme right here.
If you missed my first post at Frauds and Crooks, here it is.
You will see much of my inspiration came from a report about a documentary film being produced in Columbus, Ohio (to get your minds right on immigration!) in advance of the 2020 presidential election.
Now comes news about TEN documentary films to be shown in Boston at the end of this month, all made by the immigrants themselves telling their own ‘stories.’
He is a writer at The New Yorkerwho tells us over a decade later what he learned about the frauds at the Southern Poverty Law Centerwhen he worked there in the early 2000’s.
Moser told his story yesterday about how much of the staff (mostly former staff now!) was well aware of the hypocrisy of the organization that was driven more by a desire to make its leaders rich than doing good for the down and out.
I don’t know why he even wrote this article (clearing his conscience maybe), but I am glad he did.
What most outraged me was the fact that all of these employees he references knew what was going on, yet many stayed and worked there for a time with apparent total disregard for what their ‘good works’ could do to regular Americans who have opinions—people like me!
Frankly, the SPLC’s money-generating “hate-group list” puts my safety in jeopardy!
The concept of remittances—-billions of US dollars sent out of the country and out of our economy—is information you must beat into the heads of your friends, neighbors, family members and assorted strangers as well!
Every time I see one of those phony-baloney economic studies that say immigrants add to our economy, I look for any mention of the billions in remittances being removed from our economy by them (some is surely money they earned, but you know darn well some of it is gained by gaming our social services system!).
Guess what? The number is never there!
You need to get this segment of Tucker Carlson spread as far and wide as you can! At Fox News here.
Tucker Carlson: Immigration is not always good for our economy. Those who say it is are lying to you
Send it around!
Go on the offense and demand remittances be taxed!
“Sadly, the American people pay for the rope to hang ourselves with by resettling these people as refugees.”
(Daniel Horowitz at Conservative Review)
You probably heard something about this case in the days following the arrest last week of five gang members (New Americans!) for the murder of another gang member.
Maybe you didn’t pay attention because they were killing their own, but thanks to reader Joanne for directing me to this storyyesterday by Daniel Horowitz at Conservative Reviewwhere we learn that we actually supported these creeps with our tax dollars.
And, now of course your tax dollars—hundreds of thousands of dollars!—will be spent to try them in our courts and incarcerate them!