Being pro-enforcement on immigration is not "anti-immigrant hate."
We need financial help to fight the SPLC.
My name is D.A. King. I am the founder of the Dustin Inman Society in Georgia where we have been fighting against illegal immigration and amnesty for illegal aliens since 2005. Using guidance from the late Barbara Jordan, we are a diverse, non-partisan coalition of Americans - including many immigrants - working for sanity on immigration. We are proud to have taken the position that we cannot honor the American immigration system or legal immigrants if we don't secure our borders and enforce our immigration laws. In short, we are "pro-enforcement."
The Dustin Inman Society was named after a young man who is forever sixteen because an illegal alien killed him in 2000. The photo above is the Inman family of Woodstock, GA - Dustin, his mom Kathy and dad, Billy Inman. They are all gone now as a result of illegal immigration.
We operate on personal funds and small donations. My wife and I are in serious debt because of the long battle and have two mortgages on our home purchased in 1984. We need help.
The vicious and infamous Southern Poverty Law Center has tried to stop our work by falsely labeling us an "anti-immigrant hate group" and including us in their ridiculous but highly profitable annual fundraising smear sheet they call their "Hate Map" where they list the dispicable KKK. The SPLC raises millions of dollars using false allegations of "hate." You can see the SPLC financial statement here.
We know that being pro-enforcement is not "anti-immigrant hate." So do the immigrants on our board the Americans of every description who support our work.
The hatemongers at the SPLC know that small pro-American groups like ours lack the funds to fight their lies. We have been told the fight for justice could cost "millions" of dollars in legal expenses. We have trouble paying our bills.
But we sued them anyway. On march 31st, 2023 a federal judge denied the SPLC's effort to dismiss our defamation suit and we are going to court.
On behalf of the many honest Americans who have been attacked, smeared and ruined by the hate mongers at the Southern Poverty Law Center, we want a public apology, a retraction and monetary compensation for the obvious damage to our reputation. We have a strong case .
We need to raise money to cover the coming related expenses. We hope other pro-enforcement Americans will help us by donating to the Dustin Inman Society's "Fight the SPLC Fund." If you are able, we would be grateful for your help.
We post one of our favorite descriptions of the SPLC and its founder below from Ken Silverstein in a 2000 piece Harper's magazine piece:
"...the SPLC spends most of its time–and money–on a relentless fund-raising campaign, peddling memberships in the church of tolerance with all the zeal of a circuit rider passing the collection plate. “He’s the Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker of the civil rights movement,” renowned anti- death-penalty lawyer Millard Farmer says of Dees, his former associate, “though I don't mean to malign Jim and Tammy Faye.”
Thank you if you are able to help us fight the SPLC.
The Dustin Inman Society