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Southern Poverty Law Center Targets Anti-Establishment Leftists In Russia Conspiracy Theory


Leftist-anarchists in the US, apparently displeased with mainstream liberal Russia conspiracies, have decided to aid the western intelligence agencies by concocting an even more outrageous 'Russian plot.'

On Friday, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), the liberal go-to non-profit for "tracking hate groups," published a piece by red and black anarchist author and geography lecturer Alexander Reid Ross titled "The Multipolar Spin: How Fascists Operationalize Left-Wing Resentment." The piece, which has since been removed (you can still read it here) after "receiving some concerns" about claims made concerning independent journalist Max Blumenthal.

For those who didn't see the piece, Ross laid out his massive expose of the secret "Eurasianist" cronies of Aleksandr Dugin across both the independent media sphere as well as several anti-imperialist activist organizations. The article, which came complete with convoluted 'diagrams' which implicated media outlets such as Russia Insider, Fort Russ News, and the Centre for Research on Globalization and US-based anti-war organizations such as Workers World Party, ANSWER coalition and the Party for Socialism and Liberation in an international coalition with far-right movements in an attempt to spread some kind of Eurasian authoritarianism.

Ross' expertise in Russian affairs is a diploma from the Russian State University of the Humanities (RSUH) which he lists as an 'Honor' as opposed to his official Degrees. RSUH was among several universities that lost state funding as a result of chronic academic underperformance following Vladimir Putin's 2012 election as president.

Despite this, Ross has engaged in a continuous witch hunt, publishing reports all over the internet, giving interviews, and even writing entire books about how fascists have infiltrated and manipulated leftist circles. Ross lays out his claims by detailing how far-left anti-imperialist parties such as Workers World enter in international coalitions against western imperialism, whether the target is the US, the EU or NATO as a whole, which are controlled by Duginist operatives who dupe these groups into supporting 'fascism.'

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