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Title: FBI to Arrest Thousands - Add to Terrorist Watch List - Excuse: D.C. White Riot
Post by: Private on 15 January 2021 at 08:36
If you are like me, Private and a few others that use our real names, or well known like Private, you too are on an FBI Watch List as a TERRORIST. I'm also on Watch Lists in South Australia (state) and Australia (fed), New Zealand, the US, Canada, the UK and by extension, Europe. I am not a criminal; I do not discuss criminality; beyond a few CREATORS in prison that have either acted in self defence, been imprisoned for bullshit they didn't do, or acted out of honour, I do not associate with criminal elements. The JOG are aware of my history: I was a soldier; I can build bombs from the basics from your local supermarket; I can accurately hit a target with a rifle from over 700 metres - without need of a scope.

I could bitch about my rights being taken, but being openly honest, I have told the local - let's call them a local/state type of FBI for SA - that I do not condone mass murders of the innocent. If I wished to remove muds from Australia, I'd shoot politicians, businessmen and media personalities that are known and vocal Race Traitors. I would not do it close up, but from a distance of hundreds of metres. Not that I'm saying I would do that, but that's how I think. Anything else is just psycho suicidal or psycho attention seeking shite. Not that I was specifically trained as a sniper, but does the army train their snipers to shoot from a concealed position, or do they train them to do open bayonet charges at their targets? Just saying.

The point is, the JOG do not watch every former soldier, but they watch every CREATOR. And former soldiers, and former prisoners are high on their list. And while Creativity recruits from all walks of White Life, we direct our recruitment efforts to soldiers and reformed prisoners, as it's their experience that is essential for the survival of CREATIVITY and soon, the White Race itself.

We CREATORS are building not just an a Global Movement for the eventual Salvation of the White Race, but also an Army - And our international, soldierly and reformed criminal base scares the Hel out of the JOG of all formerly White Nations. If the JOG know your name, you are on their Watch List. That's how it works when you are a White Dissident - but most especially, that's how it works when you are a CREATOR.



Dozens of people on FBI terrorist watch list came to D.C. the day of Capitol riot

Devlin Barrett, Spencer S. Hsu, Marissa J. Lang & Matt Zapotosky | Washington Post (https://www.washingtonpost.com/national-security/terror-watchlist-capitol-riot-fbi/2021/01/14/07412814-55f7-11eb-a931-5b162d0d033d_story.html) (USA) | 14 January 2021

Dozens of people on a terrorist watch list were in Washington for pro-Trump events Jan. 6, a day that ended in a chaotic crime rampage when a violent mob stormed the U.S. Capitol, according to people familiar with evidence gathered in the FBI’s investigation.

The majority of the watch-listed individuals in Washington that day are suspected white supremacists whose past conduct so alarmed investigators that their names had been previously entered into the national Terrorist Screening Database, or TSDB, a massive set of names flagged as potential security risks, these people said. The watch list is larger and separate from the “no-fly” list the government maintains to prevent terrorism suspects from boarding airplanes, and those listed are not automatically barred from any public or commercial spaces, current and former officials said.

The presence of so many watch-listed individuals in one place — without more robust security measures to protect the public — is another example of the intelligence failures preceding last week’s fatal assault that sent lawmakers running for their lives, some current and former law enforcement officials argued. The revelation follows a Washington Post report earlier this week detailing the FBI’s failure to act aggressively on an internal intelligence report of Internet discussions about plans to attack Congress, smash windows, break down doors and “get violent . . . go there ready for war.”

Other current and former officials said the presence of those individuals is an unsurprising consequence of having thousands of fervent Trump supporters gathered for what was billed as a final chance to voice opposition to Joe Biden’s certification as the next president. Still, the revelation underscores the limitations of such watch lists. Although they are meant to improve information-gathering and -sharing among investigative agencies, they are far from a foolproof means of detecting threats ahead of time.

Since its creation, the terrorist watch list, which is maintained by the FBI, has grown to include hundreds of thousands of names. Placing someone’s name on the watch list does not mean they will be watched all of the time, or even much of the time, for reasons of both practicality and fairness, but it can alert different parts of the government, such as border agents or state police, to look more closely at certain individuals they encounter.

It’s unclear whether any of the dozens of individuals already arrested for alleged crimes at the Capitol are on the terrorist watch list.

“The U.S. Government is committed to protecting the United States from terrorist threats and attacks and seeks to do this in a manner that protects the freedoms, privacy and civil rights and liberties of U.S. persons and other individuals with rights under U.S. law,” a U.S. official said, adding that because of security concerns, the government has a policy of neither confirming nor denying a person’s watch list status. The official, like others interviewed for this report, spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss an ongoing investigation.

The FBI declined to comment.

The riot’s political aftershocks led the House of Representatives on Wednesday to impeach President Trump for allegedly inciting the violence — his second impeachment in a single four-year term — and may have significant consequences within law enforcement and national security agencies.

Inside the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security, officials are grappling with thorny questions about race, terrorism and free-speech rights, as some investigators question whether more could have been done to prevent last week’s violence.

While some federal officials think the government should more aggressively investigate domestic terrorism and extremists, others are concerned the FBI, DHS and other agencies may overreact to the recent violence by going too far in surveilling First Amendment activity such as online discussions.

Several law enforcement officials said they are shocked by the backgrounds of some individuals under investigation in connection with the Capitol riot, a pool of suspects that includes current and former law enforcement and military personnel as well as senior business executives and middle-aged business owners.

“I can’t believe some of the people I’m seeing,” one official said.

The TSDB, often referred to within government as simply “the watch list,” is overseen by the FBI’s Terrorist Screening Center, which was created in the wake of the 9/11 attacks carried out by al-Qaeda. The watch list can be used as both an investigative and early-warning tool, but its primary purpose is to help various government agencies keep abreast of what individuals seen as potential risks are doing and where they travel, according to people familiar with the work.

Often that can be done as a “silent hit,” meaning if someone on the watch list is stopped for speeding, that information is typically entered into the database without the individual or even the officer who wrote the ticket ever knowing, one person said.

After the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, for instance, the FBI quickly searched a similar database to see which people on it had recently traveled to that city or raised other suspicions about possible involvement.

Before the Jan. 6 gathering of pro-Trump protesters, FBI agents visited a number of suspected extremists and advised them against traveling to the nation’s capital. Many complied, but according to people familiar with the sprawling investigation, dozens of others whose names appear in the terrorist watch list apparently attended, based on information reviewed by the FBI.

Separately, while the FBI is hunting hundreds of rioting suspects who have dispersed back to their hometowns, federal agents are increasingly focused on alleged leaders, members and supporters of the Proud Boys, a male-chauvinist group with ties to white nationalism, these people said.

Proud Boys members participated in last week’s protests, and FBI agents are taking a close look at what roles, if any, the group’s adherents may have had in organizing, directing or carrying out violence, according to people familiar with the matter.

The group’s chairman, Enrique Tarrio [a Wetback], had planned to attend Trump’s Jan. 6 rally but was arrested when he arrived in D.C. and charged with misdemeanor destruction of property in connection with the burning of a Black Lives Matter banner taken from a Black church during an earlier protest in Washington. He is also accused of felony possession of two extended gun magazines.

Tarrio told The Post on Wednesday that his group did not organize the Capitol siege.

“If they think we were organizing going into the Capitol, they’re going to be sadly mistaken,” he said. “Our plan was to stay together as a group and just enjoy the day. We weren’t going to do a night march, anything like that. That’s it as far as our day.”

Tarrio said he’s actively discouraging members from attending planned armed marches scheduled Sunday, and the Million Militia March next week when Biden is inaugurated. Proud Boys, he said, are on a “rally freeze and will not be organizing any events for the next month or so.”

It is unclear how many Proud Boys devotees will abide by the freeze, or if such a shutdown might lessen the FBI’s interest in the group. Even before the Jan. 6 riot, federal and local investigators were working to understand the group’s plans, goals and activities. Privately, some federal law enforcement officials have described the group as roughly equivalent to a nascent street gang that has garnered an unusual degree of national attention, in part because Trump mentioned them specifically during one of his televised debates with Biden during the campaign. Other officials have expressed concern that the group may be growing rapidly into something more dangerous and directed.

The FBI has already arrested dozens of accused rioters, and officials have pledged that in cases of the most egregious conduct, they will seek to file tough, rarely used charges such as seditious conspiracy, which carries a potential 20-year prison sentence.

The bureau continues to face blowback over its handling of a Jan. 5 internal report warning of discussions of violence at Congress the next day. Steven M. D’Antuono, the head of the FBI’s Washington Field Office, claimed in the days after the riot that the bureau did not have intelligence ahead of time indicating the rally would be anything other than a peaceful demonstration.

The Jan. 5 FBI report, written by the bureau’s office in Norfolk, and reviewed by The Post, shows that was not the case, and the Justice Department took other steps indicating officials were at least somewhat concerned about possible violence the next day. The Bureau of Prisons sent 100 officers to D.C. to supplement security at the Justice Department building, an unusual move similar to what the department did in June to respond to civil unrest stemming from racial-justice protests.

Mindful of the criticism that law enforcement took a heavy-handed, all-hands-on-deck approach to Black Lives Matters protests in D.C. in the spring and summer, Justice Department officials deferred to the Capitol Police to defend their building and lawmakers. Some former officials have questioned whether the FBI and Justice Department should have done more.

“It would not have been enough for the bureau simply to share information, if it did so, with state and local law enforcement or federal partner agencies,” said David Laufman, a former Justice Department national security official. “It was the bureau’s responsibility to quarterback a coordinated federal response as the crisis was unfolding and in the days thereafter. And it’s presently not clear to what extent the FBI asserted itself in that fashion during the exigencies of January 6 and in the immediate aftermath.”
Title: Re: FBI to Arrest Thousands - Add to Terrorist Watch List - Excuse: D.C. White Riot
Post by: Private on 15 January 2021 at 09:38
After January 20th this is only gonna get worse here in the states. Aryans must unite or face extinction.88
Title: Re: FBI to Arrest Thousands - Add to Terrorist Watch List - Excuse: D.C. White Riot
Post by: Private on 15 January 2021 at 21:04
The Occupational Government otherwise known as the JOG loves to have soldiers to do their bidding. Wars for control of oil, wars for control of drugs, wars for the blatant manipulation of global and regional power ... all under the guise of bringing freedom and democracy to the world. The JOG, the MSM, the Do-Gooders all have their petty causes and self delusions love their soldiers and the uses they can be put to - but above all, they love their dead heroes. Living heroes, on the other hand, are a constant reminder that causes have costs. And one of those costs is having highly trained, skilled men living in a fast changing feminist society that stands opposed to everything those men believe. Those men - yesterday's heroes - are the unwanted of society. They are the silent majority - a brotherhood who quietly share their beliefs and skills. A brotherhood who are today labelled White Supremacists and Terrorists, all because they had the audacity not to die, as the JOG, the MSM, and the Do-Gooder fantasised ... But instead came home, wishing only to live in peace, in a woke society that hates and above all, fears them.

The Black, the Indigenous, the Muliticultural, the Minority Manipulators, the Woke and the Weird, the Politically Correct can burn society to the ground and murder on a massive scale; but for the returned soldier who votes for the Politically Incorrect choice, or peacefully demonstrates to protect his way of life - there is no place in a woke society.

Every word uttered by the wokist government and media today, drips with the venom of hatred, but above all stinks with the stench of fear of the capabilities of the audacious returned hero - the now declared White Supremacist ... the Terrorist.


Capitol Hill rioters included highly trained ex-military and police, some used 'bear spray'

Michael Biesecker, Jake Bleiberg and James Laporta | Sydney Morning Herald (https://www.smh.com.au/) (Australia) | 16 January 2021


Washington: As President Donald Trump’s supporters massed outside the Capitol last week and sang the national anthem, a line of men wearing olive-drab helmets and body armor trudged purposefully up the marble stairs in a single-file line, each man holding the jacket collar of the one ahead.

The formation, known as “Ranger File,” is standard operating procedure for a combat team that is “stacking up” to breach a building – instantly recognisable to any US soldier or Marine who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. It was a chilling sign that many at the vanguard of the mob that stormed the seat of American democracy either had military training or were trained by those who did.


An Associated Press review of public records, social media posts and videos shows at least 21 current or former members of the US military or law enforcement have been identified as being at or near the Capitol riot, with more than a dozen others under investigation but not yet named. In many cases, those who stormed the Capitol appeared to employ tactics, body armour and technology such as two-way radio headsets that were similar to those of the very police they were confronting.

Experts in homegrown extremism have warned for years about efforts by far-right militants and white-supremacist groups to radicalise and recruit people with military and law enforcement training, and they say the January 6 insurrection that left five people dead saw some of their worst fears realised.

“ISIS and al-Qaeda would drool over having someone with the training and experience of a US military officer,” said Michael German, a former FBI agent and fellow with the Brennan Centre for Justice at New York University. “These people have training and capabilities that far exceed what any foreign terrorist group can do. Foreign terrorist groups don’t have any members who have badges.”

Among the most prominent to emerge is a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel and decorated combat veteran from Texas who was arrested after he was photographed wearing a helmet and body armour on the floor of the Senate, holding a pair of zip-tie handcuffs.

Another Air Force veteran from San Diego was shot and killed by a Capitol Police officer as she tried to leap through a barricade near the House chamber. A retired Navy SEAL, among the most elite special warfare operators in the military, posted a Facebook video about travelling from his Ohio home to the rally and seemingly approving of the invasion of "our building, our house”.

Two police officers from a small Virginia town, both of them former infantrymen, were arrested by the FBI after posting a selfie of themselves inside the Capitol, one flashing his middle finger at the camera.

Also under scrutiny is an active-duty psychological warfare captain from North Carolina who organised three busloads of people who headed to Washington for the Save America rally in support of the President’s false claim that the November election was stolen from him.

While the Pentagon declined to provide an estimate for how many other active-duty military personnel are under investigation, the military’s top leaders were concerned enough ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration that they issued a highly unusual warning to all service members this week that the right to free speech gives no one the right to commit violence.

The chief of the US Capitol Police was forced to resign following the breach and several officers have been suspended pending the outcome of investigations into their conduct, including one who posed for a selfie with a rioter and another who was seen wearing one of the Trump’s red Make America Great Again caps.

The AP’s review of hundreds of videos and photos from the insurrectionist riot shows scores of people mixed in the crowd who were wearing military-style gear, including helmets, body armour, rucksacks and two-way radios. Dozens carried canisters of bear spray, baseball bats, hockey sticks and pro-Trump flags attached to stout poles later used to bash police officers.

A close examination of the group marching up the steps to help breach the Capitol shows they wore military-style patches that read “MILITIA” and “OATHKEEPER.” Others were wearing patches and insignias representing far-right militant groups, including the Proud Boys, the Three Percenters and various self-styled state militias.

The Oath Keepers, which claims to count thousands of current and former law enforcement officials and military veterans as members, have become fixtures at protests and counter-protests across the country, often heavily armed with semi-automatic carbines and tactical shotguns.

Stewart Rhodes, an Army veteran who founded the Oath Keepers in 2009 as a reaction to the presidency of Barack Obama, had been saying for weeks before the Capitol riot that his group was preparing for a civil war and was “armed, prepared to go in if the President calls us up”.


Adam Newbold, the retired Navy SEAL from Lisbon, Ohio, whose more than two-decade military career includes multiple combat awards for valour, said in a January 5 Facebook video: “We are just very prepared, very capable and very skilled patriots ready for a fight.”

He later posted a since-deleted follow-up video after the riot saying he was “proud” of the assault.

Newbold, 45, did not respond to multiple messages from the AP but in an interview with the Task & Purpose website he denied ever going inside the Capitol. He added that because of the fallout from the videos he has resigned from a program that helps prepare potential SEAL applicants.

Retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Larry Rendall Brock jnr of Texas was released to home confinement on Thursday after a prosecutor alleged the former fighter pilot had zip-tie handcuffs on the Senate floor because he planned to take hostages.

“He means to kidnap, restrain, perhaps try, perhaps execute members of the US government,” Assistant US Attorney Jay Weimer said. “His prior experience and training make him all the more dangerous.”

Army commanders at Fort Bragg in North Carolina are investigating the possible involvement of Captain Emily Rainey, the 30-year-old psychological operations officer and Afghanistan war veteran who told the AP she travelled with 100 others to Washington to “stand against election fraud”. She insisted she acted within Army regulations and that no one in her group entered the Capitol or broke the law.

“I was a private citizen and doing everything right and within my rights,” Rainey said.

More than 110 people have been arrested on charges related to the Capitol riot so far, ranging from curfew violations to serious federal felonies related to theft and weapons possession.

Brian Harrell, who served as the assistant secretary for infrastructure protection at the Department of Homeland Security until last year, said it is “obviously problematic” when “extremist bad actors” have military and law enforcement backgrounds.

“Many have specialised training, some have seen combat, and nearly all have been fed disinformation and propaganda from illegitimate sources,” Harrell said. “They are fuelled by conspiracy theories, feel as if something is being stolen from them, and they are not interested in debate. This is a powder keg cocktail waiting to blow.”

The FBI is warning of the potential for more bloodshed. In an internal bulletin issued on Sunday, the bureau warned of plans for armed protests at all 50 state capitals and in Washington DC in the coming weeks.

Meanwhile, police departments in such major cities as New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Houston and Philadelphia announced they were investigating whether members of their agencies participated in the Capitol riot. The Philadelphia area's transit authority is also investigating whether seven of its police officers who attended Trump’s rally in Washington broke any laws.

A Texas sheriff announced last week that he had reported one of his lieutenants to the FBI after she posted photos of herself on social media with a crowd outside the Capitol. Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar said Lieutenant Roxanne Mathai, a 46-year-old jailer, had the right to attend the rally but he’s investigating whether she may have broken the law.

One of the posts Mathai shared was a photo that appeared to be taken on January 6 from among the mass of Trump supporters outside the Capitol, captioned: “Not gonna lie. ... aside from my kids, this was, indeed, the best day of my life. And it’s not over yet.”

A lawyer for Mathai, a mother and long-time San Antonio resident, said she attended the Trump rally but never entered the Capitol.

In Houston, Police Chief Art Acevedo said an 18-year veteran of the department suspected of joining the mob that breached the Capitol was placed on leave and will face a disciplinary hearing.

“There is no excuse for criminal activity, especially from a police officer,” Acevedo said. “I can’t tell you the anger I feel at the thought of a police officer, and other police officers, thinking they get to storm the Capitol.”
Title: Re: FBI to Arrest Thousands - Add to Terrorist Watch List - Excuse: D.C. White Riot
Post by: Private on 16 January 2021 at 21:46

Right-wing extremists in Australia have celebrated last week’s riots at Capitol Hill, and experts warn the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the threat of far-right white supremacist terrorism here.

Australian-based users on social media sites including Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, and right-wing extremist-friendly Gab have spent the past week peddling conspiracy theories and celebrating the riots that killed five people

One prominent white supremacist wrote: “King hit these f—-rs. Knock them out, drag them away. Keep doing this over and over, until all the shills shut the f–k up while the Men smash the enemy

The celebrations came as experts warn the far-right movement has become more visible and grown in membership since the pandemic started.

Human Rights Watch warned this week the scenes at Capitol Hill should come as a “wake up call” for the Australian government to counter the escalating right-wing terrorism threat.

Research has shown that extreme right-wing groups have grown in membership over the past year, with online spaces exploding with Australians looking to connect over their belief that white people are superior

Dr Julian Droogan is an expert on violent extremism from Macquarie University who has spent countless hours observing these groups.

“It is a very diverse community, and online it is much bigger than the formal groups that exist,” Dr Droogan said.

The groups vary in beliefs and values – some concentrate their hate on Islam, Jews or feminists, while others home in on the LGBTI community or immigrants.

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What binds them is a belief that the white race is under threat of extinction and an authoritarian leader CREATIVITY is needed to save it.

They all come back to the idea that white identity is under threat and one of the ways it can be saved is through rolling back of democracy and the leadership of an authoritarian, preferably a white man,” Dr Droogan said.
Many believe that Donald Trump is the man for the job, he said.

The extremist movement presents two types of threats to Australia, Dr Droogan explained.

One is that the groups normalise these beliefs and encourage violence to the point where “a man with a manifesto” becomes a terrorist actor, he said, referring to the Australian terrorist who perpetrated the Christchurch massacre after being radicalised online.

The second is that the groups’ extreme beliefs infiltrate mainstream discussions and decisions.

The much more insidious threat is a non-violent move into condoning racist anti-liberal beliefs in normal society,” Dr Droogan said

Australia’s domestic intelligence agency, ASIO, has already sounded the alarm, warning there is a “real and growing” threat posed by the far-right in Australia to the point that they now make up 40 per cent of ASIO investigations.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has faced pressure to discipline government MPs George Christensen and Craig Kelly for peddling right-wing conspiracy theories about the Capitol Hill riot.

Just hours after rioters breached the Capitol building on Wednesday, Mr Kelly promoted via Facebook the conspiracy theory that anti-fascists – not Trump supporters, as was the reality – were behind the riots.

This conspiracy has also been taken up within parts of right-wing groups in Australia.

Dr Droogan said the government refusing to reprimand the two backbenchers was “dangerous”.

* How dare people challenge the MSM on what is a “conspiracy theory and what isn’t”?

“In countries like America and Australia, you have political figures who try to flirt with these ideas, who try to appeal to the movement,” he said.

“But they hate all politicians. It’s not so much that they want conservatives or liberals elected, they distrust and hate elites altogether.

“So it is a dangerous thing to do because of the revolutionary nature of the movement.”

On Wednesday the Australian director at Human Rights Watch, Elaine Pearson, called for Australian authorities “to be vigilant” to the growing threat.

“The Australian government should speak plainly and consistently in condemning the actions of those who undermine democracy, even when it is the president of the United States,” she said.

PhD candidate at ANU Simon Copland is researching Australian extremism. He said the groups operating had already encouraged violence – but not in the way we might think.

“The Christchurch shooter, he wrote in his manifesto one of the reasons he did it was he was frustrated at the lack of progress in the movement here,” he said

Mr Copland said shutting down social media spaces wasn’t always the answer as it could move groups into more unregulated parts of the internet, where views become more extreme.

“It means law enforcement needs to be more targeted in extremist spaces, identifying participants within them and intervening beforehand.”

100,000 strong

Dr Debra Smith, a Victoria University researcher focusing on violent political extremism, said there had been significant growth in right-wing extremism since 2015 when far-right groups protested the Bendigo Mosque project.

Dr Smith describes the movement as a “leaderless resistance”.

“They operate more like a network than a group,” she said.

It’s a balancing act, they need to be visible enough to attract members, but not so visible they attract security.”
Although no one can say how big the movement is, Dr Smith came across 100,000 unique users in Australian groups she studied.

Many of those would not be at risk of becoming violent, but the online spaces they frequent encourage it, she said.

“It enables it. It encourages it, and celebrates people committing acts of violence,” Dr Smith said.
Title: Re: FBI to Arrest Thousands - Add to Terrorist Watch List - Excuse: D.C. White Riot
Post by: Private on 17 January 2021 at 03:42
See Also: Re: Australia Day: January 26 - Abo Invasion Day & Creator South Victory Day

With the American Election being finalised on the 20th of January, and Australia Day/Invasion Day/South Victory Day on the 26th, there's going to be a lot of corresponding protests in Australia and the US at that time. Every year in Australia for decades, there have been what could simply be called Aboriginal or Black Lives Matter protests - with the attached violence, declarations of BLACK POWER! and open demands to KILL WHITEY! It will be happening this year as well, and it will be influenced from whatever happens in the US in the days before. What we already know is, it is never peaceful, but there are never any arrests.

This year has only changed in one significant way: The Police, Government, University Professor Experts and the MSM have all declared that Evil Whitey Shall Rise! Police have already responded and are currently on a Show of Force for Australia Day. Last night I got home about 10pm, and having travelled 40KM, I noticed about a dozen police cars hiding away, driving along or having pulled people over.

The last time we had this in South Australia was the Australia Day after the Cronulla Uprising, where police were sending out text messages encouraging White Dissidents to head for the Beach and fight the muds. The coppers then proceeded to halt and strip cars that contained White Men. They pronounced it to be a great success in the MSM as they added thousands of "White Supremacists" to their database.

Their also standard act is to harass White groups of people/White families having picnics or barbecues in parks - providing that they are too White and have the Australian flag alone without the Abo flag. For years it was just an annoying visit as coppers did the rounds of parks and beaches. My sources tell me that this year, the coppers will be issuing Move Along orders, taking names of all present for their database of "White Supremacists", anybody that does not Move Along, or is caught continuing the celebration elsewhere, will be arrested.

Remember, we are annoyed. We are filled with hatred for what they are doing to our society. However, it is the Government, the Marxist Experts and the MSM that are AFRAID of us. As for police, they are either with us, or they are against us - and the fact is, most coppers are either bullies who get off on their own thuggery, or they are too frightened of losing their jobs, so are just obeying orders. Nevertheless, the STANDING ORDERS OF CREATIVITY are to treat police with respect, but never allow a copper to deprive you of your rights. If he does, then you are Judge and Jury, because the Rule of Law no longer matters.

Title: Re: FBI to Arrest Thousands - Add to Terrorist Watch List - Excuse: D.C. White Riot
Post by: Private on 17 January 2021 at 13:42
Very well written Reverend Cambeul. And remember my racial Brothers and Sisters, the only laws that ever matter are the Laws of Nature and the preservation of our beautiful species/race

The STANDING ORDERS OF CREATIVITY are to treat police with respect, but never allow a copper to deprive you of your rights. If he does, then you are Judge and Jury, because the Rule of Law no longer matters.
Title: Re: FBI to Arrest Thousands - Add to Terrorist Watch List - Excuse: D.C. White Riot
Post by: Private on 20 January 2021 at 06:21
Pelosi & Clinton declare that Putin was behind D.C. White Insurgency


... Therefore, all Republican voters are Terrorists taking orders from a foreign power  =))
Title: Re: FBI to Arrest Thousands - Add to Terrorist Watch List - Excuse: D.C. White Riot
Post by: Private on 10 February 2021 at 00:45
The glow niggers and their jewish overlords ($PLC, ADL, Bnai-Brith, et cetera) want to entrap and detain any White person with a modicum of self respect and racial loyalty. Of course satanism and yahwehism are the same to me, fanciful flights from reality. I know the articles are from National Justice, but they actually write a good article on occasion. We all need to be reminded about the clear and present danger glowey niggers are to us all. ;D




Internal files of the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) and the FBI recently leaked to Yahoo News reveal a nefarious scheme to utilize Satanism in dissident groups as a means to demoralize activists, splinter groups, and cause individuals to "disengage."

The document, titled "The Order of Nine Angles Playing Influential Role Among Some RMVEs (Racially Motivated Violent Extremists)," claims the "Siege Network" (accelerationist fans of James Mason's book Siege) on Telegram is a hub of Satanists belonging to a secret society called the Order of Nine Angles (O9A).

According to the analysts, O9A can be used as a tool for causing divisions and deradicalizing nationalists by morally repulsing them, "We assess that exposure to O9A's doctrines may increase internal conflict and loss of members among already fractious RMVE groups. Many RMVEs believe that groups espousing Satanist beliefs are ideologically impure and that their pro-Satanism members seek to destabilize the group."

American intelligence officials also appear to be closely monitoring right-wing internet squabbles and hoping to exploit them.

The FBI and NCTC refer specifically to a dispute between The Daily Stormer and AtomWaffen Division (AWD) as evidence of O9A's effectiveness in causing distractions and people giving up, "Some AWD (AtomWaffen Division) members' embracement of O9A's violent extremist interpretation of Satanism created friction in the group, which has led to multiple members leaving AWD since 2018. AWD's promotion of Satanism also led some prominent RMVEs, such as the founder of the RMVE website The Daily Stormer, to criticize AWD for allegedly allowing "satanic doomsday cultists" to infiltrate the group."   

It should be noted that while Andrew Anglin is referred to as a "racially motivated violent extremist" in the document, he has never been charged with a crime and his website openly disavows violence.

The report concludes that O9A is a useful instrument for causing "disengagement" through private entities that it does not name, "In addition, some RMVEs who have become disillusioned because of an RMVE group's promotion of O9A's violent extremist ideology may be candidates for interventions by non-law enforcement partners designed to facilitate their disengagement from terrorism-related activities."


Two days ago it was revealed by the Daily Mail that the UK Home Office's Research, Information and Communications Unit (RICU) had "infiltrated" the Order of the 9 Angles.

RICU is a Cold War-inspired black ops unit that is dedicated to covertly manipulating the public and destroying political opposition by inventing personal smears against targeted dissidents, creating elaborate honeypots and front groups, and steering discourse around contentious topics through propaganda disseminated via intelligence operatives posing as journalists.

The unit, brought back in 2007, cut its teeth with Muslims, but now it is being used against nationalists to dissuade them from engaging in political advocacy.

Both the FBI and British Home Office publicly claim they do not know who controls the supposed Nazi, Al-Qaeda collaborating terrorist Satanic group in question, nor how many members they have. Their only presence appears to be online, mostly on Telegram and the defunct forum "Fascist Forge." 

So far, the stateside "terror plots" blamed on O9A in the NCTC leaked document were driven entirely by undercover FBI agents and their informants, suggesting that O9A's supposed spread is inorganic.

In the ongoing case against US soldier Ethan Melzer, the FBI's criminal complaint claims Melzer conspired with other Nazi Satanists in a "Siege" themed chatroom to provide intelligence on his unit's whereabouts to Al Qaeda. The supposed O9A member who talked him into the plot and organized contact with a fake Al Qaeda agent is exposed in the affidavit as a paid informant. Melzer is pleading not guilty in his case. 

Jacob Kaderli, another young man referenced, was entrapped last year by undercover FBI agents in a convoluted terror plot the federal government devised and pressured him to partake in. Kaderli was a member of "The Base," which itself was accidentally exposed as an FBI honeypot by Antifa doxers who identified Rinaldo Nazzaro, a former FBI operative and current private intelligence contractor, as its leader.

In Britain, most of those ensnared in government concocted Nazi-Satanist "terror" plots are teenagers. Last year, British courts sentenced an autistic boy to almost seven years in prison for being an O9A supporter and allegedly planning to blow up Synagogues and attack critical infrastructure. He was 14-years-old at the time of the supposed offense.

British Security Service's Involvement In Combat 18 

While the FBI's COINTELPRO program in the 1960s is well-documented, the British government has engaged in similar intelligence operations more recently.

When the British National Party (BNP), under the leadership of John Tyndall, began making inroads in local elections during the early 1990s, a parallel and initially friendly organization, Combat 18, emerged around the same time.

C18, as it came to be known, was founded by a man named Charlie Sargeant with help from American Harold Covington.

Initially, Tyndall enjoyed the enthusiasm of C18 members, who promised to help defend against "antifa" groups that were attacking BNP events.

The relationship quickly soured when C18 began attacking the BNP for its parliamentary approach, which they saw as inferior to C18's open avowal of terrorism -- "direct action" -- to achieve political ends. Later, C18 members launched a campaign of ruthless beatings of lone BNP members and became a source of gossip and slander against other nationalist leaders in the British scene.

In 1995, Tyndall wrote an editorial in the BNP's newspaper Spearhead  outlining C18's irrational and violent war to destroy the BNP, despite both sharing similar goals and enemies. In it, he states his belief that C18 was being influenced by MI5 and the Special Branch, with help from the FBI in America, in a ploy to disrupt and discredit the British nationalist movement.

A year and a half later, C18 leader Charlie Sargeant murdered Christopher Castle during a power struggle for control of the group with Wilf Browning.

According to an investigative piece on the incident, Sargeant and Browning told police during their interrogations that they had friends in high places and wanted to speak to the Special Branch (a British counter-terrorism agency). They tried to use their service to the unit as a way to get out of trouble. Tyndall's suspicions were confirmed: Sargeant and Browning were indeed state assets and had special license to commit crimes.

A chapter in researcher Larry O'Hara's 1994 book Turning Up the Heat: Mi5 After the Cold War  suggests that Combat 18 was partially organic, but then was taken over by MI5 agents and informants as both a counter-intelligence project to undermine and divide the BNP, as well as a honeypot to peel away the most violent outliers in the National Front and BNP with the intention of later entrapping them in bogus terror plots to justify their crackdowns.

As for C18's other "founder," Harold Covington, nationalists such as William Pierce have for decades suspected he was himself an FBI asset and agent provocateur. Covington was known for inventing lies from whole cloth about high profile nationalists in America and loudly broadcasting them, including that they were police informants, thieves, homosexuals, pedophiles, secret Jews, and other baseless gossip.


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