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COINTELPRO is alive and well

WUFYS | August 30, 2011

A recent Mother Jones article discusses how FBI personnel justify their six-figure salaries by continually hatching fake terrorist plots and sending victims to prison. When there is no crime, the FBI creates fake crime via incitement and entrapment.

The Mother Jones article cites some interesting figures.

In the 1960s and 1970s, the FBI’s victims were civil rights groups and anti-war demonstrators (COINTELPRO).

In the 1980s the victims came from the “war on drugs.”

In the 1990s the target became the Militia movement.

Since 9-11 the victims have been Muslims.

This FBI scam now consumes $3.3 billion tax dollars per year.

The article says the FBI had 1,500 informants in 1975. By 1980 it was 2,800. By 1981 it was 6,000. Today there are 15,000 officially listed in the FBI’s records, plus 45,000 not officially listed.

All are tasked with infiltrating Muslim communities in the United States, and inciting them to commit terrorist acts with fake bombs.

Some informants are coerced. If they help hatch terrorist plots, they can avoid prison or deportation. Typically the FBI scans the ICE database, looking for people who might have immigration problems. Patsies are sent to infiltrate Muslim communities and anti-war groups to look for other people who have immigration problems, or extramarital affairs, or anything else the FBI can use to blackmail its victims into joining a fake terrorist plot. Informants also look for desperate, homeless people who might be allured by a fake offer of cash.

An imam, for example, will know about everyone who regularly visits a mosque. Two Islamic religious leaders, Foad Farahi in Miami and Sheikh Tarek Saleh in New York City, are currently fighting deportation proceedings that began after they refused to become FBI patsies.

Once you become a coerced patsy, you are a slave for life. If you refuse to keep submitting, the FBI will send you to prison and tell all inmates that you are a snitch.

Some informants are not coerced. They are ex-felons and con men paid up to $100,000 per FBI assignment. Some informants are simply losers who fancy themselves living a James Bond life.

The Mother Jones article examined FBI scams that resulted in prosecutions against 158 defendants, of which 49 defendants participated in plots led by an FBI agent provocateur. Almost all of the high-profile domestic terror plots since the 9-11 scam were FBI entrapment scams.

FBI agents provocateur record all their conversations with their patsies. Then the FBI edits the conversations so they appear more damning in court. When entire sections of dialogue vanish, the FBI claims that “technical problems” caused it. Besides, evidence is not needed when you are charged with terrorism. And since jury candidates are screened so that only morons remain, federal prosecutors enjoy a 99% conviction rate.

Two thirds of all patsies don’t go that far. They plead guilty, because the FBI threatens them. “If you force us to take you to trial, your sentence will be far worse.”

In most cases involving coerced patsies, the FBI eventually breaks its promise, and sends them to prison after all. Many patsies are poor and unemployed. Some have mental health issues. All coerced patsies are used and destroyed.

Essentially the FBI trolls the masses, selects victims from the herd, and publicly crucifies them.

In this way the FBI claims victories in the “war on terror,” so FBI personnel can keep their cushy, high-paying jobs.

Read more at:

http://motherjones.com/politics/2011/08/fbi-terrorist-informants

August 31, 2011 - Posted by | Civil Liberties, Deception, False Flag Terrorism, Islamophobia

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  1. [...] CONTELPRO is alive and well aletho | August 31, 2011 at 2:49 pm | Categories: Civil Liberties, Deception, False Flag Terrorism, Islamophobia | URL: http://wp.me/pIUmC-7VM WUFYS | August 30, 2011 [...]

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