Alliance Defending Freedom Pushes Back Against SPLC, but Not Hard Enough

The Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) is one of the most prominent Christian legal groups fighting against the militant LGBT agenda. This has caused the SPLC to label the ADF as a “hate group.”

When ABC news reported on Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaking at an ADF event, the network gladly included the “hate group” label in the story:

Attorney General Jeff Sessions delivered a speech to an alleged hate group at an event closed to reporters on Tuesday night, but the Department of Justice is refusing to reveal what he said.

Sessions addressed members of the Alliance Defending Freedom, which was designated an “anti-LGBT hate group” by the Southern Poverty Law Center in 2016, at the Summit on Religious Liberty at the Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel, in Dana Point, California.

The SPLC has always devoted millions of dollars to smearing and harassing white advocates, but more recently the organization has focused on more mainstream conservative groups who oppose the LGBT perversion.

In an official response to ABC News the ADF demands a retraction of the story by trying to show that the SPLC are the ones who are actually intolerant:

Southern Poverty Law Center spends its time and money attacking veterans, nuns, Muslims who oppose terrorism, Catholics, Evangelicals, and anyone else who dares disagree with its far-left ideology. Meanwhile, ADF works every day to preserve and affirm free speech and the free exercise of religion for people from all walks of life and all backgrounds because we believe freedom is for everyone.

This response displays everything that is wrong with conservative Christianity in the West today. The ADF is glad to attack the SPLC as a far-left organization and to defend many of the groups that the SPLC has targeted, but the ADF notably fails to mention the white advocates who have been the main target of the SPLC. Apparently it is okay attack white advocates as the ultimate evil. Thus the ADF pushes back against the SPLC but allows the SPLC to retain its raison d’etre: fighting “racism.”

The statement from the ADF also makes the weak argument that they are simply fighting for greater freedom for all people, not discrimination. This is untrue. Christian bakers and florists refusing to service a sodomite wedding are engaging in the dictionary definition of discrimination, but this discrimination is a good thing. It is our duty to discriminate against unrepentant sodomites both in our personal lives and by law.

But the ADF is guilty of a an even greater inconsistency, or even perhaps hypocrisy. While they distance themselves from the vile “racists” who are legitimately targeted by the SPLC, the ADF and like-minded conservative Christians are fighting for implicitly white values. Every analysis of racial voting trends indicates that once America’s white population becomes a small minority there will be absolutely no way to preserve traditional American values. The non-white immigrants streaming into America will vote for greater centralization of power and redistribution of wealth because they will never be as productive as the white minority, and envy will drive them to support left-wing totalitarianism. Nationalism is the only real solution for those who wish to preserve the traditional American concept of freedom.

 

 

 

Comments

  1. Doug

    Clement,
    I would add to the “wrongs” of the ADF reaction. Their greatest failure is by actually responding to anything the (((SPLC))) labels or contends. The proper reaction any godly agency (especially a white-centred one) should offer in these circumstances is to outright ignore these standard lies and slanders. To do anything else is to inadvertently suggest that the “opinions” of the (((SPLC))) have conceivable merit that require a defense. If someone asks what I think of the (((SPLC))) assertions against any agency I engage with, my response is always, “What is this ‘SPLC’?” followed by [yawn].

    Gal 1:10 For am I now seeking the approval of man, or of God? Or am I trying to please man? If I were still trying to please man, I would not be a servant of Christ.

  2. Paul

    First, forgive me if I don’t believe in freedom anymore. What freedom? Which laws?? The laws were supposed to insure and preserve such freedom (Bill of Rights) are already abrogated or made alien by the Jew N. SPLC would be a Jewish Vaudeville show if It were not criminally liable for subversion and fraud. And only fools would not disdain it.
    These advocacy groups which pretend to advocate for us… I can not remember through out the years how many I have supported. Is this defending people who are post mortem? I believe they are all part of the same conspiracy.

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