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ADL leader Foxman appears to urge police state tactics against millions of Obama critics.

Abe Foxman is a militant leftist and professional fund-raising hustler. His group is widely regarded as an unregistered lobbyist for Israel. More recently the group seems to functioning as a foreign lobby for Turkey as well. He denies the holocaust of Christian Greeks and Armenians in Turkey. He openly campaigns for restrictions on freedom of speech. His group gives out “internet filters” which block mainstream conservative websites as “hate sites.” The CofCC sued three public libraries in Federal Court to get anti free speech filters out of public libraries.

Now we see Foxman advocating police state tactics against critic of Obama

In Michigan a tiny religious cult was allegedly planning to instigate an apocalyptic showdown with authorities. Members of the group attended a function with another group called the Southern Michigan Militia. Members of the Southern Michigan Militia ran to the authorities and gave them information about possible criminal plots.

Yet, the ADL doesn’t just attack the tiny religious cult. It doesn’t even just attack the militia movement which notified authorities about the cult. They attack the entire conservative movement. One tiny cult in Michigan that allegedly was plotting to commit crimes enough for the ADL to declare that law enforcement should begin a “major national enforcement” campaign against critics of Obama.


A major Anti-Defamation League report goes further than ever before in an effort to purge the Internet of all dissent, listing completely non-violent criticism of Obamacare posted on Internet forums as a reason to conduct a “major law enforcement operation” against opponents of big government and health care reform.

The ADL’s April 2010 report is entitled, “Violent Voices: Anti-Government Extremism Takes on New Intensity,” and consists largely of lists of comments culled from alternative news websites and forums, as well as Fox News.

“During the first few months of 2010, anti-government extremism has taken on a new level of intensity in the United States. The arrests of the Hutaree militia in Michigan illustrate this passion, which exists both within and outside the militia movement. Unfortunately, the Hutaree arrests may come to be seen not as the culmination, but rather as a first step in what may need to become a major national law enforcement operation,” states the introduction (emphasis mine).

Such words are chilling bearing in mind that the infamous MIAC report, which listed gun owners, Ron Paul supporters, libertarians and people who fly U.S. flags alongside neo-nazis and terrorists, was partly based on information provided to the Missouri Information Analysis Center by both the ADL and the Southern Poverty Law Center.

According to the ADL, a “major law enforcement operation” may be needed because Americans are upset that “health care reform effort is in fact key to evil efforts to implement a tyrannical government by any means necessary.”

While some of the comments listed by the ADL do hint at or call for violence, the organization underhandedly mixes them in with people who are merely expressing their displeasure at the passage of health care, amnesty, or new taxes. The vast majority of comments listed in the report relating to health care have no hint of racism or violence whatsoever.

The Detroit News recently exonerated the Michigan militia movement. They stating that not only was the Hutaree not part of the militia movement, but the militia movement are the ones who turned them in. However, you can bet that the ADL and SPLC will never mention this.

From Detroit News…

“I saw them as damaging our organization in particular and the movement as a whole,” said Mike Lackomar, a spokesman for the Southern Michigan Volunteer Militia.

Others sent e-mails to the FBI about the group. And ultimately one militia member was so concerned he joined the Hutaree to see what they were about. That man is now considered a “cooperating witness” in the case.

The revelations may surprise those who view militia members as a singular, tight-knit group that rallies around gun rights and anti-government attitudes.

But to the Southeast Michigan Militia, an umbrella group that represents hundreds of members, the Hutaree was different to a fault. No one in the southeast group advocated killing police officers as a way of sparking a revolution designed to protect the work of Jesus, they said.

“That’s just rotten and wrong,” said Lee Miracle, coordinator for the Southeast Michigan Militia. “What part of that is supporting the Constitution?”