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Right-Wing Extremist Groups ‘Demoralized’ by Obama Re-Election – Video



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Tamron Hall: Far-Right Extremist Groups Plummet – Video



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Far-right extremist groups had been on the rise, particularly in reaction to President Obama’s election in 2008 and the financial crisis around the same time. But now, hate group prevalence is taking a downward turn, according to a report released Tuesday.

The number of hate groups declined 7 percent from 2012 to 2013, the Southern Poverty Law Center said in the report.

“We had four years of spectacular growth of the radical right,” said Mark Potok, senior fellow at the Southern Poverty Law Center. Now, it “seems to be turning a corner.”

It’s unclear whether the decline will continue, Potok said. There were 1,007 groups in 2012 and 939 last year, but those numbers are still substantially higher than in 1999, when there were only 457 such groups.

“Patriot” groups in particular saw a significant drop, falling 19 percent from 1,360 groups in 2012 to 1,096 in 2013. These anti-government groups had been strengthening in numbers substantially; there were only 149 of them in 2008.

The report attributed the overall declines in hate groups to factors such as Obama’s re-election, an improving economy and law enforcement crackdowns.

“In other words, the same groups that were galvanized by Obama’s first election and swelled dramatically as a result, were demoralized by his re-election, which seemed to signal that their battle was lost despite enormous effort,” Potok wrote in the report.

Reasons for the trend

Mainstream politicians have also adopted right-wing extremist issues, which could be another reason for the drop. Laws in Arizona, Kansas, Louisiana, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Tennessee aim to stop Islamic Shariah law from being imposed on American courts, the report said, even though that could not happen under the Constitution.

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7 hours 54 minutes ago by MTN News – Sanjay Talwani

A national organization says the number of hate groups dropped nationwide for the first time in a decade. But the study still found eight such groups operating in Montana.

The Southern Poverty Law Center identified nearly 1,000 hate groups nationwide. And it says there’s a growing mainstream acceptance of their beliefs.

“The radical right is growing leaner and meaner,” Mark Potok, senior fellow at the SPLC and the editor of the report, said in a press release. “The numbers are down somewhat, but the potential for violence remains high. … Moreover, there is a disturbing dynamic at play. At the same time that the number of extremist groups is dropping, there is more mainstream acceptance of radical-right ideas.”

The Montana groups are in Whitefish, Kalispell, Great Falls and Billings.

It’s really important to realize that there is hate activity going on in our state,” said Rachel Carrol Rivas, co-director of the Montana Human Rights Network, which tracks such activity in the state. “And in a lot of ways Montana and the Pacific Northwest has been a hotbed of activity for many years. And that is because of a concerted effort by white supremacists and far-right groups to make Montana and the Pacific Northwest a white Aryan homeland.”

The SPLC says the number of hate groups rose following the first election of Barack Obama in 2008.

“The president’s 2012 re-election – unexpected by many on the right – appears to have drained energy from the movement,” SPLC wrote. “Other factors that apparently are contributing to the decline are an improving economy, crackdowns by law enforcement, and the adoption of far-right issues by mainstream politicians.”

The Montana groups named on the report include a branch of the United Klans of America in Great Falls.

It also includes Washington Summit Publishers in Whitefish. Along with an operation called the National Policy Institute, it’s run by Richard Spencer, who boasts mainstream educational credentials. On its website, Washington Summit calls itself an “Independent Bookmaker in Culture, Human Biodiversity, and Critical Theory.”

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Missoula, MT | Continuous News and Weather

7 hours 51 minutes ago by MTN News – Sanjay Talwani

A national organization says the number of hate groups dropped nationwide for the first time in a decade. But the study still found eight such groups operating in Montana.

The Southern Poverty Law Center identified nearly 1,000 hate groups nationwide. And it says there’s a growing mainstream acceptance of their beliefs.

“The radical right is growing leaner and meaner,” Mark Potok, senior fellow at the SPLC and the editor of the report, said in a press release. “The numbers are down somewhat, but the potential for violence remains high. … Moreover, there is a disturbing dynamic at play. At the same time that the number of extremist groups is dropping, there is more mainstream acceptance of radical-right ideas.”

The Montana groups are in Whitefish, Kalispell, Great Falls and Billings.

It’s really important to realize that there is hate activity going on in our state,” said Rachel Carrol Rivas, co-director of the Montana Human Rights Network, which tracks such activity in the state. “And in a lot of ways Montana and the Pacific Northwest has been a hotbed of activity for many years. And that is because of a concerted effort by white supremacists and far-right groups to make Montana and the Pacific Northwest a white Aryan homeland.”

The SPLC says the number of hate groups rose following the first election of Barack Obama in 2008.

“The president’s 2012 re-election – unexpected by many on the right – appears to have drained energy from the movement,” SPLC wrote. “Other factors that apparently are contributing to the decline are an improving economy, crackdowns by law enforcement, and the adoption of far-right issues by mainstream politicians.”

The Montana groups named on the report include a branch of the United Klans of America in Great Falls.

It also includes Washington Summit Publishers in Whitefish. Along with an operation called the National Policy Institute, it’s run by Richard Spencer, who boasts mainstream educational credentials. On its website, Washington Summit calls itself an “Independent Bookmaker in Culture, Human Biodiversity, and Critical Theory.”

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CNN PSYOP: Half of American White’s Hate Black’s – Video



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Mark Andrew Potok (born March 1955) is a Jewish propagandist and spokesperson for the Southern Poverty Law Center, a hate group that spreads disinformation against non-Jewish groups and ethnic European groups in particular. Potok is the editor of the SPLCs Intelligence Report and joined the organization in 1997. Previously he was a reporter for USA Today, the Dallas Times Herald and The Miami Herald. At USA Today he covered the 1993 Siege at Waco and the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. He attended the University of Chicago from 1974 to 1978. Potok has a very whiny and simpering voice.

In the past Potoks has used the links and ties smear tactic connecting patriotic and conservative organizations and individuals with extremist groups implying an association or a cooperative linkage.[1] One of those antagonized by Mark Potok was conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh. On his radio program he once called Potok a “kook,” an “off the wall lunatic,” “a despicable embarrassment of a human being” and a “bottom feeder.”[2]

The Southern Poverty Law Center maintains a list of what it calls “hate groups”, this is understood by radical Marxist supporters as a hit list of people to be eliminated. An example of this in action is taken from the terrorist attack against the Family Research Council in 2012.[3][4][5] The Family Research Council is listed on the SPLC hit list as a “hate group” because they are Christians and uphold the traditional family, rejecting sexual perversions such as homosexualism. The would be assassin Floyd Lee Corkins II invaded the headquarters of the group and he attempted to murder the building manager Leo Johnson but shot his arm. The FRC leader Tony Perkins, correctly placed the blame on Mark Potok and the SPLC, as did the National Organization for Marriage.

Mark Potok once wrote a column that appeared in the Peoples World, an online newspaper of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA).[6]

In 1986 Potok reported from Spain on the 50 anniversary of the Spanish Civil War.[7] In the article Potok failed to mention that the American volunteers from the Abraham Lincoln Brigade were organized and directed by the American Communist Party.

Potok is chief advisor to a Jewish hate group in Hungary called the Athena Institute [1], a typical state parasite organization.

In 2006 the Southern Poverty Law Center paid Potok $140,000. At the time the CEO of SPLC received $334,886 in salary and compensation.[8]

The son of Joan and artist Andrew Potok, Mark grew up in Plainfield, Vermont.[9][10] Mark Potok is married to Carol Potok, Executive Director of Aid To Inmate Mothers. They have a son.

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Mark Andrew Potok (born March 1955) is a Jewish propagandist and spokesperson for the Southern Poverty Law Center, a hate group that spreads disinformation against non-Jewish groups and ethnic European groups in particular. Potok is the editor of the SPLCs Intelligence Report and joined the organization in 1997. Previously he was a reporter for USA Today, the Dallas Times Herald and The Miami Herald. At USA Today he covered the 1993 Siege at Waco and the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. He attended the University of Chicago from 1974 to 1978. Potok has a very whiny and simpering voice.

In the past Potoks has used the links and ties smear tactic connecting patriotic and conservative organizations and individuals with extremist groups implying an association or a cooperative linkage.[1] One of those antagonized by Mark Potok was conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh. On his radio program he once called Potok a “kook,” an “off the wall lunatic,” “a despicable embarrassment of a human being” and a “bottom feeder.”[2]

The Southern Poverty Law Center maintains a list of what it calls “hate groups”, this is understood by radical Marxist supporters as a hit list of people to be eliminated. An example of this in action is taken from the terrorist attack against the Family Research Council in 2012.[3][4][5] The Family Research Council is listed on the SPLC hit list as a “hate group” because they are Christians and uphold the traditional family, rejecting sexual perversions such as homosexualism. The would be assassin Floyd Lee Corkins II invaded the headquarters of the group and he attempted to murder the building manager Leo Johnson but shot his arm. The FRC leader Tony Perkins, correctly placed the blame on Mark Potok and the SPLC, as did the National Organization for Marriage.

Mark Potok once wrote a column that appeared in the Peoples World, an online newspaper of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA).[6]

In 1986 Potok reported from Spain on the 50 anniversary of the Spanish Civil War.[7] In the article Potok failed to mention that the American volunteers from the Abraham Lincoln Brigade were organized and directed by the American Communist Party.

Potok is chief advisor to a Jewish hate group in Hungary called the Athena Institute [1], a typical state parasite organization.

In 2006 the Southern Poverty Law Center paid Potok $140,000. At the time the CEO of SPLC received $334,886 in salary and compensation.[8]

The son of Joan and artist Andrew Potok, Mark grew up in Plainfield, Vermont.[9][10] Mark Potok is married to Carol Potok, Executive Director of Aid To Inmate Mothers. They have a son.

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Mark Andrew Potok (born March 1955) is a Jewish propagandist and spokesperson for the Southern Poverty Law Center, a hate group that spreads disinformation against non-Jewish groups and ethnic European groups in particular. Potok is the editor of the SPLCs Intelligence Report and joined the organization in 1997. Previously he was a reporter for USA Today, the Dallas Times Herald and The Miami Herald. At USA Today he covered the 1993 Siege at Waco and the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. He attended the University of Chicago from 1974 to 1978. Potok has a very whiny and simpering voice.

In the past Potoks has used the links and ties smear tactic connecting patriotic and conservative organizations and individuals with extremist groups implying an association or a cooperative linkage.[1] One of those antagonized by Mark Potok was conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh. On his radio program he once called Potok a “kook,” an “off the wall lunatic,” “a despicable embarrassment of a human being” and a “bottom feeder.”[2]

The Southern Poverty Law Center maintains a list of what it calls “hate groups”, this is understood by radical Marxist supporters as a hit list of people to be eliminated. An example of this in action is taken from the terrorist attack against the Family Research Council in 2012.[3][4][5] The Family Research Council is listed on the SPLC hit list as a “hate group” because they are Christians and uphold the traditional family, rejecting sexual perversions such as homosexualism. The would be assassin Floyd Lee Corkins II invaded the headquarters of the group and he attempted to murder the building manager Leo Johnson but shot his arm. The FRC leader Tony Perkins, correctly placed the blame on Mark Potok and the SPLC, as did the National Organization for Marriage.

Mark Potok once wrote a column that appeared in the Peoples World, an online newspaper of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA).[6]

In 1986 Potok reported from Spain on the 50 anniversary of the Spanish Civil War.[7] In the article Potok failed to mention that the American volunteers from the Abraham Lincoln Brigade were organized and directed by the American Communist Party.

Potok is chief advisor to a Jewish hate group in Hungary called the Athena Institute [1], a typical state parasite organization.

In 2006 the Southern Poverty Law Center paid Potok $140,000. At the time the CEO of SPLC received $334,886 in salary and compensation.[8]

The son of Joan and artist Andrew Potok, Mark grew up in Plainfield, Vermont.[9][10] Mark Potok is married to Carol Potok, Executive Director of Aid To Inmate Mothers. They have a son.

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Right-Wing Extremist Groups ‘Demoralized’ by Obama Re-Election – Video




Right-Wing Extremist Groups'Demoralized' by Obama Re-Election Mark Potok from the Southern Poverty Law Center on News Nation with Tameron Hall on MSNBC. By: Reich-Wing Watch

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Tamron Hall: Far-Right Extremist Groups Plummet – Video




Tamron Hall: Far-Right Extremist Groups Plummet Tamron Hall: Report: Far-right extremist groups plummet According to a new report from the Southern Poverty Law Center, the number of far-right extremist gro… By: Premium Rush

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(CNN) – Far-right extremist groups had been on the rise, particularly in reaction to President Obama’s election in 2008 and the financial crisis around the same time. But now, hate group prevalence is taking a downward turn, according to a report released Tuesday. The number of hate groups declined 7 percent from 2012 to 2013, the Southern Poverty Law Center said in the report. “We had four years of spectacular growth of the radical right,” said Mark Potok, senior fellow at the Southern Poverty Law Center. Now, it “seems to be turning a corner.” It’s unclear whether the decline will continue, Potok said. There were 1,007 groups in 2012 and 939 last year, but those numbers are still substantially higher than in 1999, when there were only 457 such groups. “Patriot” groups in particular saw a significant drop, falling 19 percent from 1,360 groups in 2012 to 1,096 in 2013. These anti-government groups had been strengthening in numbers substantially; there were only 149 of them in 2008. The report attributed the overall declines in hate groups to factors such as Obama’s re-election, an improving economy and law enforcement crackdowns. “In other words, the same groups that were galvanized by Obama’s first election and swelled dramatically as a result, were demoralized by his re-election, which seemed to signal that their battle was lost despite enormous effort,” Potok wrote in the report. Reasons for the trend Mainstream politicians have also adopted right-wing extremist issues, which could be another reason for the drop. Laws in Arizona, Kansas, Louisiana, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Tennessee aim to stop Islamic Shariah law from being imposed on American courts, the report said, even though that could not happen under the Constitution.

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Kalispell, MT | Continuous News and Weather

7 hours 54 minutes ago by MTN News – Sanjay Talwani A national organization says the number of hate groups dropped nationwide for the first time in a decade. But the study still found eight such groups operating in Montana. The Southern Poverty Law Center identified nearly 1,000 hate groups nationwide. And it says there’s a growing mainstream acceptance of their beliefs. “The radical right is growing leaner and meaner,” Mark Potok, senior fellow at the SPLC and the editor of the report, said in a press release. “The numbers are down somewhat, but the potential for violence remains high. … Moreover, there is a disturbing dynamic at play. At the same time that the number of extremist groups is dropping, there is more mainstream acceptance of radical-right ideas.” The Montana groups are in Whitefish, Kalispell, Great Falls and Billings. It’s really important to realize that there is hate activity going on in our state,” said Rachel Carrol Rivas, co-director of the Montana Human Rights Network, which tracks such activity in the state. “And in a lot of ways Montana and the Pacific Northwest has been a hotbed of activity for many years. And that is because of a concerted effort by white supremacists and far-right groups to make Montana and the Pacific Northwest a white Aryan homeland.” The SPLC says the number of hate groups rose following the first election of Barack Obama in 2008. “The president’s 2012 re-election – unexpected by many on the right – appears to have drained energy from the movement,” SPLC wrote. “Other factors that apparently are contributing to the decline are an improving economy, crackdowns by law enforcement, and the adoption of far-right issues by mainstream politicians.” The Montana groups named on the report include a branch of the United Klans of America in Great Falls. It also includes Washington Summit Publishers in Whitefish. Along with an operation called the National Policy Institute, it’s run by Richard Spencer, who boasts mainstream educational credentials. On its website, Washington Summit calls itself an “Independent Bookmaker in Culture, Human Biodiversity, and Critical Theory.”

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7 hours 51 minutes ago by MTN News – Sanjay Talwani A national organization says the number of hate groups dropped nationwide for the first time in a decade. But the study still found eight such groups operating in Montana. The Southern Poverty Law Center identified nearly 1,000 hate groups nationwide. And it says there’s a growing mainstream acceptance of their beliefs. “The radical right is growing leaner and meaner,” Mark Potok, senior fellow at the SPLC and the editor of the report, said in a press release. “The numbers are down somewhat, but the potential for violence remains high. … Moreover, there is a disturbing dynamic at play. At the same time that the number of extremist groups is dropping, there is more mainstream acceptance of radical-right ideas.” The Montana groups are in Whitefish, Kalispell, Great Falls and Billings. It’s really important to realize that there is hate activity going on in our state,” said Rachel Carrol Rivas, co-director of the Montana Human Rights Network, which tracks such activity in the state. “And in a lot of ways Montana and the Pacific Northwest has been a hotbed of activity for many years. And that is because of a concerted effort by white supremacists and far-right groups to make Montana and the Pacific Northwest a white Aryan homeland.” The SPLC says the number of hate groups rose following the first election of Barack Obama in 2008. “The president’s 2012 re-election – unexpected by many on the right – appears to have drained energy from the movement,” SPLC wrote. “Other factors that apparently are contributing to the decline are an improving economy, crackdowns by law enforcement, and the adoption of far-right issues by mainstream politicians.” The Montana groups named on the report include a branch of the United Klans of America in Great Falls. It also includes Washington Summit Publishers in Whitefish. Along with an operation called the National Policy Institute, it’s run by Richard Spencer, who boasts mainstream educational credentials. On its website, Washington Summit calls itself an “Independent Bookmaker in Culture, Human Biodiversity, and Critical Theory.”

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CNN PSYOP: Half of American White’s Hate Black’s – Video




CNN PSYOP: Half of American White's Hate Black's CNN welcomes back SPLC Mark Potok who has a new theory on why more people are now more than every against the US government. He says it is because Pres Obama… By: OvergrowDaGovernment

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From Metapedia Mark Andrew Potok (born March 1955) is a Jewish propagandist and spokesperson for the Southern Poverty Law Center, a hate group that spreads disinformation against non-Jewish groups and ethnic European groups in particular. Potok is the editor of the SPLCs Intelligence Report and joined the organization in 1997. Previously he was a reporter for USA Today, the Dallas Times Herald and The Miami Herald. At USA Today he covered the 1993 Siege at Waco and the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. He attended the University of Chicago from 1974 to 1978. Potok has a very whiny and simpering voice. In the past Potoks has used the links and ties smear tactic connecting patriotic and conservative organizations and individuals with extremist groups implying an association or a cooperative linkage.[1] One of those antagonized by Mark Potok was conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh. On his radio program he once called Potok a “kook,” an “off the wall lunatic,” “a despicable embarrassment of a human being” and a “bottom feeder.”[2] The Southern Poverty Law Center maintains a list of what it calls “hate groups”, this is understood by radical Marxist supporters as a hit list of people to be eliminated. An example of this in action is taken from the terrorist attack against the Family Research Council in 2012.[3][4][5] The Family Research Council is listed on the SPLC hit list as a “hate group” because they are Christians and uphold the traditional family, rejecting sexual perversions such as homosexualism. The would be assassin Floyd Lee Corkins II invaded the headquarters of the group and he attempted to murder the building manager Leo Johnson but shot his arm. The FRC leader Tony Perkins, correctly placed the blame on Mark Potok and the SPLC, as did the National Organization for Marriage. Mark Potok once wrote a column that appeared in the Peoples World, an online newspaper of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA).[6] In 1986 Potok reported from Spain on the 50 anniversary of the Spanish Civil War.[7] In the article Potok failed to mention that the American volunteers from the Abraham Lincoln Brigade were organized and directed by the American Communist Party. Potok is chief advisor to a Jewish hate group in Hungary called the Athena Institute [1], a typical state parasite organization. In 2006 the Southern Poverty Law Center paid Potok $140,000. At the time the CEO of SPLC received $334,886 in salary and compensation.[8] The son of Joan and artist Andrew Potok, Mark grew up in Plainfield, Vermont.[9][10] Mark Potok is married to Carol Potok, Executive Director of Aid To Inmate Mothers. They have a son. A little Palestinian girl killed by Jews in 2008.

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From Metapedia Mark Andrew Potok (born March 1955) is a Jewish propagandist and spokesperson for the Southern Poverty Law Center, a hate group that spreads disinformation against non-Jewish groups and ethnic European groups in particular. Potok is the editor of the SPLCs Intelligence Report and joined the organization in 1997. Previously he was a reporter for USA Today, the Dallas Times Herald and The Miami Herald. At USA Today he covered the 1993 Siege at Waco and the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. He attended the University of Chicago from 1974 to 1978. Potok has a very whiny and simpering voice. In the past Potoks has used the links and ties smear tactic connecting patriotic and conservative organizations and individuals with extremist groups implying an association or a cooperative linkage.[1] One of those antagonized by Mark Potok was conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh. On his radio program he once called Potok a “kook,” an “off the wall lunatic,” “a despicable embarrassment of a human being” and a “bottom feeder.”[2] The Southern Poverty Law Center maintains a list of what it calls “hate groups”, this is understood by radical Marxist supporters as a hit list of people to be eliminated. An example of this in action is taken from the terrorist attack against the Family Research Council in 2012.[3][4][5] The Family Research Council is listed on the SPLC hit list as a “hate group” because they are Christians and uphold the traditional family, rejecting sexual perversions such as homosexualism. The would be assassin Floyd Lee Corkins II invaded the headquarters of the group and he attempted to murder the building manager Leo Johnson but shot his arm. The FRC leader Tony Perkins, correctly placed the blame on Mark Potok and the SPLC, as did the National Organization for Marriage. Mark Potok once wrote a column that appeared in the Peoples World, an online newspaper of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA).[6] In 1986 Potok reported from Spain on the 50 anniversary of the Spanish Civil War.[7] In the article Potok failed to mention that the American volunteers from the Abraham Lincoln Brigade were organized and directed by the American Communist Party. Potok is chief advisor to a Jewish hate group in Hungary called the Athena Institute [1], a typical state parasite organization. In 2006 the Southern Poverty Law Center paid Potok $140,000. At the time the CEO of SPLC received $334,886 in salary and compensation.[8] The son of Joan and artist Andrew Potok, Mark grew up in Plainfield, Vermont.[9][10] Mark Potok is married to Carol Potok, Executive Director of Aid To Inmate Mothers. They have a son. A little Palestinian girl killed by Jews in 2008.

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From Metapedia Mark Andrew Potok (born March 1955) is a Jewish propagandist and spokesperson for the Southern Poverty Law Center, a hate group that spreads disinformation against non-Jewish groups and ethnic European groups in particular. Potok is the editor of the SPLCs Intelligence Report and joined the organization in 1997. Previously he was a reporter for USA Today, the Dallas Times Herald and The Miami Herald. At USA Today he covered the 1993 Siege at Waco and the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. He attended the University of Chicago from 1974 to 1978. Potok has a very whiny and simpering voice. In the past Potoks has used the links and ties smear tactic connecting patriotic and conservative organizations and individuals with extremist groups implying an association or a cooperative linkage.[1] One of those antagonized by Mark Potok was conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh. On his radio program he once called Potok a “kook,” an “off the wall lunatic,” “a despicable embarrassment of a human being” and a “bottom feeder.”[2] The Southern Poverty Law Center maintains a list of what it calls “hate groups”, this is understood by radical Marxist supporters as a hit list of people to be eliminated. An example of this in action is taken from the terrorist attack against the Family Research Council in 2012.[3][4][5] The Family Research Council is listed on the SPLC hit list as a “hate group” because they are Christians and uphold the traditional family, rejecting sexual perversions such as homosexualism. The would be assassin Floyd Lee Corkins II invaded the headquarters of the group and he attempted to murder the building manager Leo Johnson but shot his arm. The FRC leader Tony Perkins, correctly placed the blame on Mark Potok and the SPLC, as did the National Organization for Marriage. Mark Potok once wrote a column that appeared in the Peoples World, an online newspaper of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA).[6] In 1986 Potok reported from Spain on the 50 anniversary of the Spanish Civil War.[7] In the article Potok failed to mention that the American volunteers from the Abraham Lincoln Brigade were organized and directed by the American Communist Party. Potok is chief advisor to a Jewish hate group in Hungary called the Athena Institute [1], a typical state parasite organization. In 2006 the Southern Poverty Law Center paid Potok $140,000. At the time the CEO of SPLC received $334,886 in salary and compensation.[8] The son of Joan and artist Andrew Potok, Mark grew up in Plainfield, Vermont.[9][10] Mark Potok is married to Carol Potok, Executive Director of Aid To Inmate Mothers. They have a son. A little Palestinian girl killed by Jews in 2008.

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