Skip to comments.Robert McCorkell Has Left His Million Dollar Coin Collection To A Neo-Nazi Group
Posted on 06/29/2013 6:58:40 AM PDT by Olog-hai
A million dollar coin collection put together by Robert McCorkell could soon be in the hands of a Neo-Nazi group. If this groups behavior is anything like the The Immortals, the news could start to be littered with some very eerie stories in the near future.
The group, National Alliance, has been labelled the most dangerous Neo-Nazi group in America, not to mention having been linked to various bombings and assassinations over a three-decade campaign of violence.
Mark Potok, a senior fellow at the Alabama-based civil rights group (SPLC), and a top expert on hate and extremist groups, had this to say upon hearing the controversial news: The concern is that the most dangerous Neo-Nazi group in America will be very much brought back to life.
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I wonder if this same writer complains when art/antiques/etc is owned by dictators and warlords? guessing not?
Most dangerous???? What have they done besides induct undercover FBI agents.
The prison Nazi gang is the most dangerous.
Million bucks don’t get you very far anymore.
Except for our Jewish freezers who will be caught in the middle, you mean.
If they're brought "back to life" it won't be because of any "coin collection" .. it will be a reaction to the racism that black America has embraced.
What are ya, an ANTI-REFRIGERIST???!?
They typically glorify Hitler.
That’s his business. Had he left the collection to the commies, he’d be praised by the lib press.
I guess the takeaway point these days is that the American Pravda Press lies so much, I have to verify every word they print, even 'and' and 'the'.
That was one of the themes back in the 1930s. Nothing new about it.
So it’s merely “his business” that he left it to a different set of lefties?
The SPLC is hardly a civil rights group. They’re more like a hate group themselves.
Fricken quick correct on iPad
Just tell me who Robert McCorkel is.
It’s only a million dollars to the Nat’l Alliance WHEN THEY SELL IT to someone else for a million dollars.
Of course, at that point, they won’t possess the McCorkell collection.
Due to how troubling the news of Robert McCorkells estate preferences are, the SPLC have taken steps to try and block the Neo-Nazi group from getting their hands on the inheritance:
I certainly don’t see where it is the business of the SPLC to stop the last will and testament of a US citizen.
I can’t find out much about him other than he was Canadian and wealthy.
Thanks for the assist. I guess I could’ve done my own research but that just sounds like so much work.
I see now that he was a Canadian. I still don’t think it is any business of the SPLC to stop the last will and testament of anyone. If the SPLC is allowed to interfere, anything goes and a LW&T will mean exactly jack squat.
I’m not finding much.
McCorkell was a US citizen? I was under the impression that he was Canadian.
The SPLC is being ridiculous when it calls the National Alliance the USA’s “most serious domestic terrorist organization”. They are natural allies with the many Islamist terror groups that are underground, but not the leading problem.
It broke all attendance records in hell in the 20th century.
Yes, I looked it up and realized my mistake. I still firmly believe it is none of SPLC’s business.
Hog swill. He's no more an "expert" than anyone else. He just happens to say the right things about the right groups.
McCorkell sounds like he was a rich nobody and the Southern Poverty Lie Center is doing what they do best and trying to incite panic over nothing.
SPLC is super jealous they didn’t get the coin collection. They are one the most evil....they win the money grubbing sweepstakes. No one is greedier than them for donors dollars and dollars they get via bs lawsuits
Agreed. This talk about "challenging the bequest" just because of a group's politics is very dicey stuff, but these days, I'm not surprised by it.
I would think that the only point that could be attacked is the legal existence of the "National Alliance". These groups don't always file articles of incorporation or other organization documents... or bother to keep the filings current.
The SPLC is hardly a civil rights group. Theyre more like a hate group themselves.
I didn’t read the article and I know nothing about the neo-Nazi group but you’re correct about SPLC. They are a hate group. They hate white Christian people — especially white southern Christians.
The upside is, this will drive Potok bats*#t crazy.
When you see the words: “Mark Potok, a senior fellow at the Alabama-based civil rights group (SPLC)” you know this is just a hysterical lying rant fund raiser for the SPLC.
I see Neo-Nazi and SPLC together and alarm bells go off. According to them anyone who has ever made a right hand turn in a car is suspected of being a Neo-Nazi/Fascist/hateful hater who hates.
“...linked to various bombings and assassinations...”
If they had a different background this would be a resume enhancement leading to Ivy League appointments.