Thursday, June 9, 2016

Mark Dankof

Mark Dankof --- ===

Mark Dankof is Lutheran pastor who has criticized the gay rights movement. He hosts The Ugly Truth PodcastHis website declares hr is "dedicated to the American Constitution, the Old Republic, and Christian Orthodoxy" He has been an active Republican, serving as the 36th District Chairman of the Republican Party in King County/Seattle. He was also an elected delegate to Texas State Republican Conventions in 1994 and 1996. He entered the United States Senate race in Delaware in 2000 as the nominated candidate of the Constitution Party.

He was born in Wiesbaden, Germany, and his father was a United States Air Force Colonel. His college experience includes graduating from Valparaiso University in 1977 and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Chicago in 1983. In recent years, he has pursued post-graduate work in systematic theology and theological German at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia.

He serves as an official correspondent for Press TV, the news network owned by the state-owned media corporation Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) with headquarters in Tehran, Iran, and also broadcaster for The Ugly Truth Podcast. His articles have also appeared in Veterans Today[2] and [Michel Chossudovsky|globalresearch.ca]]. Dankof is also a contributor to the Willis Carto's [1] American Free Press

His viewpoints protest the negative influences of international bankers. In an article entitled "Mossad in America: What Did William Colby Know About the 'Hidden Hand'?" Dankof states "The cause of the American malady is abundantly clear. Our leadership and institutions have been co-opted by International Central Bankers, Transnational Corporate Interests, and the Israeli Lobby."

9/11 Islamic Terrorist Attacks

Dankof deflected blame away from Muslim extremists by accusing Jews of perpetrating the Sept. 11 attacks. In an interview with Press TV flagged by the Anti-Defamation League, Dankof said “Zionists” perpetrated the attacks (Daily Beast)

Protocols of Elders of Zion Controversy

In a May 2011 article, Dankof wrote an article about how the antisemitic Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion accurately reflect the state of the world, lauding PressTV as one of the few exceptions to the Jewish control of the media.[3] wrote an article about how the antisemitic Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion accurately reflect the state of the world, lauding PressTV as one of the few exceptions to the Jewish control of the media.[4]

Equal Marriage

Christian minister blames the Jews for America getting equal marriage Pink News: Jun 28, 2015 -Mark Dankof, a Lutheran, made the claims in an interview with Iran’s Press TV.  As well as same-sex marriage, Dankof attributed “victories for abortion on demand” to “Jewish power, money and activism.” “It should not be ignored that the victories for abortion on demand and LGBT rights are reflective of the disproportionate influence of Jewish power, money, and activism in the United States,” Dankof said. “The key Jewish role played in the mainstreaming of abortion, LGBT, and pornography in the United States may be documented in Google search, especially in looking at the Frankfurt School and its Institute for Social Research,” he added.

Vladimir Putin

Dankof praised Russian President Vladimir Putin as one of the only world leaders standing up to “the Zionist agenda:. “I believe Mr. Putin is a key ingredient in destroying this global threat, and restoring cultural integrity and national sovereignty to his country, and providing a model for defeating the Zionist agenda globally,” he concluded. pinnknews

Ron Paul

As part of the Draft Ron Paul movement, an online grassroots petition to draft Paul for the 2004 presidential election was circulated by Independent Citizens and Parties for Congressman Ron Paul for President 2004, garnering several thousand signatures,[5] including appeals to petition Paul made by Murray Sabrin,[6] Dennis P. Slatton of the United America Party–North Carolina, and Constitution Party candidate Mark Dankof.[7]

Zionist Critics 

ADL reports on Dankof's appearances on Press TV, in 2015.

The Daily Beast believes that Dankof has transformed From GOP Operative to Anti-Semitic Iranian Stooge: Dec 29, 2015 A former Republican operative and fringe U.S. Senate candidate has found himself a new role—as a gay-hating, anti-Semite on Iranian state TV.  Texan Mark Dankof has parlayed his failed, largely forgotten 2000 run for the U.S. Senate as a third-party candidate from Delaware into a cushy gig bashing Jews and the American government on Press TV. His claim to on-air legitimacy is a political bid made from the far, far-right Constitution Party, and promptly forgotten by all in Delaware immediately thereafter. But Dankof is well regarded in Tehran, making frequent regular appearances on the state-run television outlet. In June, for example, Dankof made a splash by thanking Jews for bringing gay marriage to America...  Russian President Vladimir Putin “is a key ingredient in destroying this global threat,” he added. Dankof also accused Jews of perpetrating the Sept. 11 attacks. In an interview with Press TV flagged by the Anti-Defamation League, Dankof said “Zionists” perpetrated the attacks 

Mystical Politics  SUNDAY, JUNE 28, 2015 Mark Dankof, antisemitic Lutheran pastor, blames Jews for same-sex marriage  According to Lutheran Minister, Mark Dankof, Jews are to blame for the legalization of same-sex marriage in the United States. From checking out Dankof on Google News, it appears that he is a regular contributor to Press TV. He thinks that the massacre of the Charlie Hebdo staff was a "false flag operation," and that the "Israel lobby controls US politics," etc. He's a buddy of David Duke, the former Klansman, Neo-Nazi, and antisemite. He is, of course, a 9-11 Truther, and frequently posts a photo of the World Trace Center towers in flame, with an Israeli flag in the upper right corner of the photo.  Seismic Shock reported in 2008 that Stephen Sizer had appeared on Dankof's radio show. Joe W (author of Seismic Shock) reported on Harry's Place in 2011 about Sizer's appearance on the radio show. 

[edit]External Links

  • markdankof.com Official website "Dedicated to the American Constitution, the Old Republic, and Christian Orthodoxy"


[edit]Notes


  1. ^ Allan, Sterling D. "Ron Paul for President 2004". Petition Online.
  2. ^ Sabrin, Murray (2003-03-25). "Ron Paul for President". USA Daily. Archived from the original on 2003-08-11. Retrieved 2011-02-02.
  3. ^ "DRAFT Ron Paul for United States President 2004". Independent Citizens and Parties for Congressman Ron Paul for President 2004. 2004. Archived from the original on 2004-04-06. Retrieved 2011-02-02.