Friday, September 10, 2021

‘Destructive interference reminiscent of a domestic CIA’: court documents reveal how the FBI funded a neo-Nazi terror group


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Agents for the Feds paid a white supremacist leader more than $140,000 as an informant, including funding books endorsing terrorism, ritual murder and Satanism. It’s growing evidence of an agency that’s gone rogue.

The CIA has long been discredited as a kind of rogue international meddler, capable of shocking deeds both intended and incompetent. The list of its apparent crimes is long: torture, war, election influence, education-propaganda, media indoctrination, drug trafficking, brainwashing, assassination, suppression, and just about anything else you can imagine. Currently its agents are doing their best to quietly dismantle all evidence for their alleged Afghan torture dungeons. 

However, during its decades-long period of discreditation, its twin agency, the FBI, has managed to maintain a certain veneer of trustworthiness. Often considered the safeguarding domestic counterpart to the CIA, the FBI once conjured a vision of patronly federal police who took on Mafia mobsters and hunted serial killers like Samuel Little. This is partly due to having trademarked their name legally with a media stipulation that official FBI portrayal in movies and television must be positive.  

Sadly, this period of grace seems to have ended, despite all the cultural propaganda. Its good name began to dissolve at the beginning in the 1990’s after various overzealous operations made the public wary about the munificent nature of their homeland federal protectors. Events and names such as Waco, Ruby Ridge, Whitey Bulger, and later Hillary Clinton's emails and the corruption of James Comey all being prominent examples. This, along with the release of information pertaining to the full extent of domestic wiretapping and citizen surveillance, all begins to give an impression of targeted, destructive bumbling reminiscent of a ‘domestic CIA’.

One of its most controversial acts was a series of covert and illegal projects aimed at surveilling, infiltrating, discrediting, and disrupting domestic American political organizations. COINTELPRO, which ran between 1956-1971, used tactics such as targeting individuals through psychological warfare, smearing individuals and/or groups using forged documents, and by planting false reports in the media, harassment, wrongful imprisonment, and illegal violence, including assassination. The FBI’s stated motivation was “protecting national security, preventing violence, and maintaining the existing social and political order.” 

Today the FBI are working hard to further discredit themselves. In particular, they seem to have developed a problem with financially supporting cults, and even encouraging terrorism where it did not necessarily exist.  (more...)

‘Destructive interference reminiscent of a domestic CIA’: court documents reveal how the FBI funded a neo-Nazi terror group

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