Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
Apparently, even a non-political subreddit like /r/DataIsBeautiful isn’t safe. A forum meant to show gee-whiz graphs and maps of various public data, user “spideyismywingman” posted the Southern Poverty Law Center’s “Hate Map” – the data projection of which is neither “beautiful” nor interesting, but apparently, ok because, well you know, “hate” and all.
But the other redditors were not cooperative, objecting to the $PLC’s definition of “hate group,” questioning their methodology, and wondering why the most famous hate group of modern times: Black Lives Matter, doesn’t get listed along with some long forgotten PO Box supposedly belonging to the Ku Klux Klan.
giggle2themit 6 points 5 hours ago
Ahh southern poverty law center, a group of lawyers that make money off of finding boogie men (as long as they are white) while ignoring anti-white groups and not labeling them hate groups…
what a fucking joke.
Staatssicherheit_DDR 3 points 5 hours ago
Charlie Hebdo would be a hate group under SPLC criteria. After all, they are the winners of the 2015 Islamic Human Rights Commission’s “Islamophobe of the Year” award.
spacef0x -2 points 5 hours ago
I genuinely wonder why the radical parts of the Black Lives Matter movement aren’t included when people talk about hate groups… I mean they hate cops and a lot of them view white people with disdain.
theanomaly904 -2 points 6 hours ago
Shouldn’t the picture be that of BLM? They are the one rioting, ransacking and destroying neighborhoods. I’ve never seen nor heard of KKK or white supremacist doing this.
Too much bad think going on, so of course, the moderators shut it down:
yelperViz Researcher[M] [score hidden] 5 hours ago* stickied comment
This thread has been locked due to numerous off-topic (read: non-constructive and unconducive to discussion of the vis) comments.