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Report exposes FBI program to STAGE neo-Nazi rallies in US

by Cassie B. | Natural News
July 10th 2024, 6:33 am
The report claims the Nazi rallies organized by the FBI are what eventually paved the way for a bigger operation known as Primitive Affliction that targeted right-wing groups, complete with bomb makers, rogue undercover agents and a motorcycle front group.
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The Orlando neo-Nazi rally that grabbed headlines in 2006 was organized by the FBI, a new report shows, and it was part of a broader program that organized similar rallies throughout the nation – even though the bureau knew that they would cause more people to join the movement.

The report claims the Nazi rallies organized by the FBI are what eventually paved the way for a bigger operation known as Primitive Affliction that targeted right-wing groups, complete with bomb makers, rogue undercover agents and a motorcycle front group.

Higher-ups at the bureau were well aware of the operation, including former director Robert Mueller, documents studied by journalist Ken Silva of Headline USA show.

They explain how when the FBI source in charge of organizing the 2006 neo-Nazi rally in Orlando, David Gletty, had his cover blown, his handler denied that he organized the rally on several occasions, admitting only that he marched in it while insisting he didn’t lead it. However, Gletty himself said that he did organize it at the behest of the FBI, both in order to raise Gletty’s profile within neo-Nazi circles and to facilitate surveillance by the FBI of rally attendees.

According to Gletty, this was part of the FBI’s modus operandi at the time, staging similar rallies throughout the U.S. to raise the profile of individual informants and develop a database of Nazis they could track.

Other members of the National Socialist Movement (NSM) have corroborated claims that the FBI staged neo-Nazi rallies in the mid-2000s. One of them is Bill White, who claims that the FBI sponsored a violent 2005 rally held in Toledo.

In a sworn declaration, he stated: “In October 2005, FBI [confidential human source] Jeff Schoep asked me to go to Toledo, Ohio, to help organize a ‘March Against Black Crime’ by what were supposed to be ‘local residents,’ but were really federal CHSs.”

His statement was referring to Jeff Schoep, who was the leader of NSM from the 1990s until not long after the Charlottesville rally in 2017. Although there is no evidence definitively showing that Schoep served as a full-fledged FBI informant while heading the movement, FBI records show that he did speak to agents on at least one occasion, and he has been accused by many other neo-Nazis of working with the FBI. Adding fuel to the fire is the fact he now openly works as a “reformed Nazi” alongside groups sponsored by the FBI and other law enforcement agencies.

FBI let neo-Nazis and left-wing counter-protesters clash

White also said that the rally in Toledo followed a similar formula to the one in Charlottesville, with local police and the FBI letting neo-Nazis and left-wing counter-protesters clash instead of making efforts to keep them apart.

He explained: “On the day of the march, the Toledo Police and the FBI occupied [a nearby parking lot] and ordered myself and the NSM to use [another] parking lot. I and a small team from the NSM arrived before the Communists to secure the location; no police were present at this time ….”

“About an hour later, police began to deploy and directed NSM members to enter [their parking lot] by driving through the mob. This started problems … After the police line formed, the mob then attacked the police, not us,” he added.

A report by the FBI about the Toledo rally tells almost an identical story, although it conveniently leaves out the fact that law enforcement didn’t keep the opposing groups apart.

“Local residents and counter-demonstrators continued with the clash with the police, looting a store and setting fire to a local bar. This rally and riot, and the attendant media coverage for the NSM, was deemed a great success by the majority of the white supremacy movement,” the report said.

However, one of the most damning parts of the report was in the conclusion: “NSM reported increased fundraising and increased applications for membership immediately following these events.”

In other words, whether the FBI was fully responsible for staging the Toledo rally or not, it was well aware that such events led to jumps in the number of neo-Nazis in the U.S. when it enlisted Gletty to organize the one in Orlando a year later.

According to White, the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force was responsible for arranging violent counter-demonstrations against neo-Nazi rallies via other informants. He said that “the federal government was using the rallies to make it appear as if there was a ‘domestic terror threat’ when no such threat existed.”


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