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Des douzaines de groupes de haine sont déclarés "charitables" (Important!!)
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rogergonnet
2017-01-04 08:52:38 UTC
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NEWS AND ANALYSIS
DECEMBER 22, 2016
Dozens of ‘Hate Groups’ Have Charity Status, Chronicle Study Finds

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

By Eden Stiffman



The federal government has granted tax-exempt status to more than 60
controversial nonprofits branded by critics as "hate groups," including
anti-immigrant and anti-gay-rights organizations, white nationalists, and
Holocaust deniers, according to a Chronicle of Philanthropy analysis.

The issue is a thorny one for the Internal Revenue Service, which must
balance First Amendment rights against concerns that it is essentially
granting government subsidies to groups holding views that millions of
Americans may find abhorrent. Complicating matters, the IRS is already under
fire from critics who say the agency has discriminated against conservative
political organizations.

The Southern Poverty Law Center has compiled a list of nearly 900 so-called
hate groups, most of them on the far right (although the roster also
includes radical Islamists, black separatists, and other fringe groups) and
many with deceptively innocuous-sounding names. The Chronicle analysis found
that 55 of those organizations are registered as charities and eight are
501(c)(4) "social welfare" groups, which also enjoy tax exemptions.



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https://www.philanthropy.com/article/Dozens-of-Hate-Groups-/238748
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2017-01-04 08:57:05 UTC
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NEWS AND ANALYSIS
DECEMBER 22, 2016
Dozens of ‘Hate Groups’ Have Charity Status, Chronicle Study Finds
The Chronicle of Philanthropy
By Eden Stiffman
The federal government has granted tax-exempt status to more than 60
controversial nonprofits branded by critics as "hate groups," including
anti-immigrant and anti-gay-rights organizations, white nationalists, and
C'est charitable de s'occuper des victimes de l'immigration, des gays et
des anti-blancs.
Post by rogergonnet
Holocaust deniers, according to a Chronicle of Philanthropy analysis.
The issue is a thorny one for the Internal Revenue Service, which must
balance First Amendment rights against concerns that it is essentially
granting government subsidies to groups holding views that millions of
Americans may find abhorrent. Complicating matters, the IRS is already under
fire from critics who say the agency has discriminated against conservative
political organizations.
The Southern Poverty Law Center has compiled a list of nearly 900 so-called
hate groups, most of them on the far right (although the roster also
includes radical Islamists, black separatists, and other fringe groups) and
many with deceptively innocuous-sounding names. The Chronicle analysis found
that 55 of those organizations are registered as charities and eight are
501(c)(4) "social welfare" groups, which also enjoy tax exemptions.
<<<more about these, vith a complete plan
https://www.philanthropy.com/article/Dozens-of-Hate-Groups-/238748
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