posted on Aug, 31 2017 @ 04:19 PM
a reply to: cavtrooper7
I don't understand what you are saying. The article is pretty clear and while I agree that the best way to stop someone, and it works both ways, is to
attack their funding source. The story here is that SPLC which has funds in excess of 300 million is transferring money to known tax havens.
No one is taking their money, they are filing the proper IRS forms which allow them to transfer the funds and those records are available upon request
by anyone since they are a registered charitable group with a 501c3 status. It is just strange they would do so, as their stated cause of existence is
as a champion of civil rights and to expose hate groups inside the US.
The trick would be to follow that money from the tax havens and see where it goes however it is no longer subject to the same rules and regulations as
it is here so it could show up anywhere including to finance groups such as ANTIFA or other controversial groups.
The bottom line for me is that SPLC is becoming the same thing that they are fighting against a group that hates, and when you as a group list
individuals and towns, and other groups on a "Map of Hate" in an attempt to steer violence toward them then you are one and the same, a hate group.