It's actually called PSYOPS.
Think about the Nazis (National Socialist Party). For years, Nazis have been identified as part of the extreme right-wing despite the fact that socialism is a left-wing ideal. Enter the SPLC; this group is actually identifying OWS as being right-wing too.
The SPLC has decided to identify the movement as part of the "Radical Right" on its "Hatewatch" page. The good news might just be that a perception among the left is beginning to emerge that OWS may be more of a liability as an ally than as an enemy.
Via American Thinker:
Did you know that the Occupy Movement is actually a part of the "radical right"? The movement, which received favorable comments from the commanding heights of the American left -- President Obama, Nancy Pelosi, the New York Times, and MSNBC -- has now shown itself to include very violent elements, including actual terrorists, who began a bomb plot in Cleveland, only to be apprehended before carrying out their program of terror.Then again, it may just be about nothing more than money...
The Southern Poverty Law Center has built-up a lucrative fundraising business enabling it to pay lavish salaries to those who drum up money on the basis of fighting racism and "hate groups." The awkward fact that anti-black racial violence has diminished has not stopped it from developing other lures to keep this donations coming. The new favorite is to label supporters of traditional marriage as "hate groups."Gee, it's pretty hard to identify any of the OWS groups as part of the "Radical Right" when both the Communist Party USA and Barack Obama have endorsed OWS.
Now, the SPLC has gone one step further in its logic. If it is violent and bad, it must be right wing.
The progressive movement in America has slipped the bounds of reality and is living in an entirely reality-free make believe world.
Perhaps not so coincidentally, so has the American Nazi Party (ANP).