There is a recent development involving the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC).
The SPLC has officially declared the Family Research Council and American Family Assocation as hate groups. (hyperlink from The Political Cesspool, James Edwards)
This strategic move can be observed as an objective and practical trend, for the Left.
Much to the surprise of politically correct social conservatives, they are on their way to becoming the new “racists.” I do not know Mr. Tony Perkins’s personal views on racial preservation and intellectual “racism.” But, many of his likely supporters despise White Preservationists (perhaps more than child molestors). Many anti-homosexual (and politically correct) social conservatives rabidly endorse today’s degenerate culture and social factors which will eventually send Whites to extinction. Some of the Religious Right in Georgia even support criminalizing abortion of non-White and half-White fetuses when a “racist motive” can be found-even while abortion of pure White babies is logically still legal. This proposal should not be opposed in the interest of demographic interest. But, the principle of racial double-standards is obviously present. The politically correct of the anti-abortion Religious Right are also “anti-racist.” They are happy to aid the Left on explicitly anti-White laws and apparently racial double-standards.
I know abortion is an issue technically separate from homosexuality and gay marriage, but a large majority of the Religious Right oppose both and White “racism.” And, my analysis applies to the politically correct social conservatives-not those who support racial preservation and an end to racial discrimination. Now, the anti-White Left is “turning on” the “anti-racist” conservatives who have supported them since the end of the Civil Rights Movement. James Edwards of The Political Cesspool has done a great job explaining the irony happening to those who despise opponents of inter-racial marriage-whilst opposing same-sex (“gay”) marriage themselves.
Aggreeing there is a double-standard, here is Dan Savage:
Do not miss the message of this conversation. The bigger picture is the Overton Window. First, it was about legalizing miscegenation and making it socially acceptable. After its forced legalziation through Loving v. Virginia, it became “unacceptable” to want it illegal, but still okay to oppose it. Then, the Overton Window shifted further, and now you are socially forbidden to disapprove of any form of miscegenation. In a few social corners, it is even taboo to not miscegenate. The point is there is now no socially accepted excuse to oppose miscegenation. And, as Dan Savage advocates, the same process is being set for homosexuality. First went anti-miscegenation laws, then “strict” anti-divorce statues. And with current social and political trends, anti-homosexuality is now next.
And if there are any skeptics, here is a metioned excerpt (in a linked article) from the hyperlinked Political Cesspool article:
As Beirich told me, there is no difference between the FRC and the KKK in the eyes of the SPLC now.
I asked her if a Republican choosing to address the FRC convention next year would be making the same choice as one who addressed an Aryan Nation rally.
“Yeah,” she told me. “What we’re saying is these [anti-gay] groups perpetrate hate — just like those [racist] organizations do.”
Remember, haters are haters.