Oh, Here We Go…..

| June 30, 2020 | 21 Comments

This is how this works: some reasonably legitimate source like Business Insider publishes an article on a specific subject – in this case, Antifa as the pot-stirrer for the BLM riots – and other news sources copy it, adding their own take, and then less reliable and more gossipy sources chime in with their take on it. Meantime, the Feebies, whose job it is to investigate threats to our good order, insist that the Antifas are not an organized group in response to DTrump’s intent to declare them a terrorist organization. Well, why not just refer to them as potatoes, because they do gather in bunches like potatoes do when you plant them – right at the roots of the surface plant, there will be bunches and bunches of Antifas – er, potatoes for future use.

Rather than post snippets, I’ve provided you all with the linked sources, because some of the published stuff is rather long. Grab a plateful and a cold one, and settle in.

In this case, these articles imply just a tiny bit that the Feebies are lying instead of covering for one of their own.

Link #1:  https://bigleaguepolitics.com/fbi-spooks-cover-for-antifa-terrorists-absolving-them-from-their-role-in-nationwide-riots/

Link #2: FBI claims no valid evidence for claim that Antifas had a hand in the violence over the weekend in various cities.

https://bigleaguepolitics.com/fbi-spooks-cover-for-antifa-terrorists-absolving-them-from-their-role-in-nationwide-riots/

Link #3: Per Business Insider:  https://www.businessinsider.com/fbi-no-intelligence-antifa-weekend-violence-george-floyd-protests-2020-6

And finally, Link #4: https://www.thenation.com/article/activism/antifa-trump-fbi/

It took me four searches to run down the original source of this claim of ‘no valid evidence’ by the FBI. In addition, the Feebies are not naming their source of info “to protect the source”, which means it’s either one of their own, or someone who had been in Antifa and blabbed to them.

It’s not that I don’t believe the Feebies. (snerrrkkk!) Most of the time, they seem to want to be self-destructive anyway in their urge to gallop down the trail of PC twaddle.

My view of them is that they seem to think they are the Praetorian Guard, who chose who would be Caesar and installed their willing target in Rome’s government so that they could run it.

 

Category: "Truth or fiction?", 2020 Election

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  1. Cowpill says:

    Antifa has stated they want to bring this to the suburbs. All I can say is, I’ll be your huckleberry.

    • Roh-Dog says:

      My town hosted them as guests a few weeks back, walked right by Camp Roh-Dog.
      Needless to say, the Militia was ready.
      Read a sign “white silence = violence”, if that’s their definition of ‘violence’ I’m sure they will not appreciate Our’s.

  2. Ret_25X says:

    look at it this way–

    IF; the FBI continued an investigation into “muh Russia” for two years knowing it was a false deal

    THEN; the FBI cannot be trusted in either investigative work or published statements.

    Corollary; all government agencies have as their central tenet the acquisition of administrative power over the subjects…err…citizens, therefore all agencies are untrustworthy.

    This does not mean that these agencies do not perform important work and fulfill important roles in the nation, just that they are not to be trusted or allowed to operate without scrutiny.

    Corollary 2; it is the role of Congress to provide such oversight. This oversight is not conducted honestly or publicly. Therefore, Congress is also not to be trusted or allowed to operate without citizen oversight.

    Problem statement: American voters continue to vote for these outcomes resulting in massive government growth, shrinking freedom, and oppression (particularly of those living in the bottom two quintiles of income).

    Solution: Your guess is as good as mine. Without a massive shift from the current free shit army mentality back to a civic virtue culture, the end is coming.

  3. 5th/77th FA says:

    “No intel found…” Well duh, the feebees couldn’t find any evidence of 33K e mails or any prosecutable dirt on Hitlery, what makes anyone think that they can find any evidence of violence or riot inciting by antifa?

    Guess somebody ain’t figured out that the feebees have joined forces with the other domestic enemies of our Country and are hoping they will be eaten last.

    Another cool place to visit: Heading south by now.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bertrand_(steamboat)

    • MI Ranger says:

      Well… they didn’t intend to cause a riot!

      They only wanted to agitate the differing opinions in order to cause “debate”! The pavers and bricks were to replace anything that got broken in the park…and the glass bottles of flammable liquid with a long cloth hanging from them were antiseptic in case someone scraped their knee or got a boo-boo!

      Just Like Ms. Clinton did not intend to receive or forward (or store) all that classified information (marked or unmarked) on a private server, that would not be turned over to the public for transparency of government. It must have been the Special Security Officer (SSO) who screwed up and did not fully brief her on her duties and responsibilities to safeguard information!

    • AW1 Rod says:

      Willful ignorance, or incompetence? Two sides of the same shitty coin.

      Personally, I don’t believe anyone in the FBI could find his/her own ass in a dark room.

  4. Roh-Dog says:

    Potatoes grow well in manure and commies compost beautifully.
    If the paycheck-cashers won’t figure out this problem Free Men and Women will.

  5. USAFRetired says:

    Ex,

    I hope you don’t mind if I steal your Praetorian Guard analogy. I think its very useful (and accurate) for painting a picture.

    Is this the same feebies that denied there was a mafia? And we expect better from them these days?

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      Go right ahead, USAF Ret. Be my guest.

      I don’t know if it’s the same group of feebies, but anything is possible these days. Anyone who would deny the existence of the mafiosi is clearly out of touch with reality.

  6. SteeleyI says:

    By design there will be no actual overt national or even regional Antifa organization. At a local level you will find compartmented cells. In other words, there is no Antifa, but there are many Antifas. This is Insurgency 101.

    Also, these stories are all misleading and based on a screenshot of an unclassified daily Sitrep from a single Field Office. There are many problems with taking raw operational info from a single tactical organization and interpreting it as finished, nationwide intelligence.

    • Ret_25X says:

      partly…but we actually do know that there is some level of national level operational oversight…as seen in supplies and persons staged for “events” from all over the nation.

      The party in DC included folks from all over the USA and Canada.

      Not bad for a “local cell” isolated from resources of a larger organization.

      It defies logic to believe that antifa operates solely as a disconnected cell system if they are able to move people, bricks, and other supplies in large quantities prior to “unscheduled” or “spontaneous” events.

      That this larger organization is not supervising lower cells may be true enough, but there is definitely logistical and operational coordination above the local level.

      Also in evidence is large scale cooperation with other groups like BLM and International Answer–both of which have national and international leadership cadres.

      It seems far more likely that the national/international leadership of antifa is some sort of coalition rather than something like a chain of command structure, but it also appears reasonable to believe something does exist to coordinate events and prevent fratricide if nothing else.

      See my post above re: FBI trustworthiness.

      • 11B-Mailclerk says:

        People seem to think a “cellular organization” is not organized.

        It just lacks numerous links at each node. It makes rolling it up harder, but not impossible. Badly done, it is not even difficult to roll up a cellular organization, just somewhat more time consuming.

        The Vanilla ISIS folks are not as clever as they like to think. Their tendency towards mass coordination is a serious exploitable flaw. They have others.

        And it appears the folks planning the harvest of dweebs are patient, a major plus.

        At one point, something like one in three “klansmen” were controlled by FBI or were infiltrated FBI agents. It made them a trifle nuts about security, to no useful result.

        I wonder just how compromised this sorry bunch turn out to be.

      • SteeleyI says:

        Insurgency 101.

        Notice that I said ‘overt’. Insurgent organizations are starfish, not spiders. They work better without centralized control much beyond The Big Idea, and by being cellular they are self healing and hard to kill.

        You will never find a national organization that claims to be in charge of Antifa- the day you do, the organization will destroy itself because no one in Antifa can agree on what they are for. It’s a movement, or an idea more than it is an organization.

        That said, decentralized organization does not mean there is no organization.

        Read Mao, Guevara, Trinquier, or even Osama Bin Laden. Bin Laden called some shots, but he was mainly an idea. If Islamic Fundamentalist Terrorism was fried chicken, he was Colonel Sanders- Remember that the Colonel has been dead for years but he’s still on every bucket and everyone still loves KFC.

        Antifa is a militant organization, and they may or may not have their own internal logistics, financing, and intelligence cells. My guess is they don’t: No one joins Antifa to be the guy that stacks bricks on a street corner, they join Antifa to fight cops.

        That other stuff can easily be accomplished by ‘allies’, who may or may not know why they are doing it. Same with financing. Antifa is also clearly willing to work with other militant and insurgent organizations like BLM.

        Cellular organizations are connected, its just that the connections between cells are strictly controlled and are themselves compartmentalized. Cell members typically only know the other members of their cells, and they sometimes don’t even know their real names.

        The leader of a cell usually only know how to contact the next level up, and that connection will usually be through covert or clandestine means. In the old days it was dead drops, etc., nowadays it is easily done in plain site on the internet. Al Qaeda used fax machines and digital steganography.

        Finally, the lack of centralized control allows greater flexibility. Local cells are better at picking their own targets to greater effect (look up the CARVER method), and it creates a random pattern that makes it harder for the counterinsurgent to predict what might happen next.

  7. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    It’s quite obvious that there are plenty of deep state lifers in the Feeb, another part of the proverbial swamp that needs a good draining!

  8. SteeleyI says:

    I personally know a number of FBI agents- most of them left the Army when we were pinning on captain- so they probably have 25 or so years in the Bureau at this point.

    Most of them did tours in Iraq/Afghanistan, not only with their Guard or Reserve unit, but also as FBI agents on one of the many JIATFs.

    Most of them have a very unique skill set that is probably serving them well with what’s going in the country. They have seen this before.

    I have a hard time imagining any of them being fans of Antifa or BLM, or members of ‘the deep state’. Every single one of them is a patriot that has dedicated their lives to fighting our nation’s enemies.

    So, while I think there were clearly some bad actors in the FBI, I would avoid painting the FBI with such a broad brush. It occurs to me that the among the organizations that would love to see the FBI be ‘defunded’, BLM and Antifa are at the top of the list.

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      You make a good point, Steely – several in fact – but there is one unanswered question, which may not have an answer: why does the FBI say that they have no hand in the violence, anywhere at all, when in fact, we’ve seen them at it and that includes the two Marines who were beaten a couple of years ago by a bunch of that scum because they were Latinos? Why? That doesn’t make any sense>

    • 11B-Mailclerk says:

      The corruption at the top is kinda obvious. Blatant.

      The lack of whistleblowers is noteworthy.

      The “go along” of the rank-and-file indicates support.

      If one is a participant in a corrupt-led organization, and one does nothing about the corruption except keep one’s head down, then one is also corrupt. Can’t have it both ways.

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