German Intelligence is sinking big dollars into creating and staffing multiple networks of right-wing Extremists at the exact time the government warns of the dangers of rightwing extremists.
That tells us that the spirit of the East German Stazi is still alive and well in Unified Germany. But the more we look at this German spy model, the more similarities we see with Biden’s DOJ.
Is this a case of the government deliberately creating a problem it needs to ‘solve’? And if so… why? Are there really so few genuine threats out there that need our attention?
At issue is Germany’s Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV), and the army of bogus social accounts they are running online. They have so many bogus accounts running in so many places that it requires central coordination to keep them from interfering with one another.
Where do the lines blur between legitimate law enforcement, entrapment, and government-sponsored enticement of unwitting ‘normies’ to become entangled in the commission of a crime?
Germany’s Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV) argues that these accounts are needed to effectively monitor the extreme right, but critics say that they may also be promoting and actively encouraging radicalism, according to a report from German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung.
…However, the activities of the BfV running hundreds of right-wing extremist accounts have come to light at the same time that Germany’s left-wing government has labeled right-wing extremism the biggest threat to the country, despite data showing that left-wing extremists and radical Islam pose bigger threats. The country’s interior minister, Nancy Faeser, has launched a 10-point plan to fight “right-wing extremism,” and much like the Biden administration in the United States, has turned the domestic security state against political opponents as well as labeling them terrorism threats and a danger to democracy. In Germany’s case, the opposition conservative Alternative for Germany party (AfD) is actively surveilled in certain federal states, with membership in the party the only prerequisite for agents being able to read emails and listen in on telephone calls of these private citizens.
With the BfV operating hundreds of right-wing extremist accounts, the agency argues that it is about “playing a little right-wing radical yourself” in order to gain the trust of other users. The employees of the Office for the Protection of the Constitution are likely to conduct “propaganda” for this and sometimes also commit crimes such as “incitement to hatred.”
However, what exactly these extremist accounts are posting that involve “incitement to hatred” is unclear, as there is little to no public oversight regarding these activities.
“In order to be really credible, it is not enough to share or like what others say, you also have to make statements yourself. That means that the agents also bully and agitate,” says the report of an agent who claims to have joined the agency to “do something against right-wing extremists.” This involves actively encouraging people in their worldview, but she says it is her job to “feed” the scene. — RMX(.)News
It wasn’t so long ago that the NYPost weighed in on the FBI’s handling of the Whitmer case. Keep what Germany is doing fresh in your mind as you read further:
Thanks to Supreme Court rulings minimizing entrapment defenses, federal Judge Robert Jonker blocked defense attorneys from informing the jury of almost all the evidence of federal misconduct in the Whitmer case.
As BuzzFeed’s Ken Bensinger reported, the jury refused to convict “despite the government’s extraordinary efforts to muzzle the defense . . . Prosecutors went to extraordinary lengths to exclude evidence and witnesses that might undermine their arguments, while winning the right to bring in almost anything favorable to their own side.”
…The Times reported in January that the Michigan case was “one of the most significant recent domestic terrorism cases, a test of Washington’s commitment . . . to pursue far-right groups who seek to kindle a violent, anti-government insurgency.” FBI chief Christopher Wray told Congress last year that the FBI has 2,000 ongoing domestic terrorism investigations.
How many additional crimes or conspiracies is the FBI fomenting at this moment? Will Americans ever learn what role, if any, the FBI had in goading forward some of those arrested in the Jan. 6 Capitol clash? And what about Team Biden’s efforts to continually expand the definition of dangerous extremist to sanctify its power?
Last June, the Biden administration revealed that guys who can’t get laid may be terrorist threats due to “involuntary celibate–violent extremism.”
That terrorist watch list is expanding faster than the list of White House “clarifications” after Biden’s verbal blunders. –NYPost
This dovetails nicely with what FBI whistleblowers have told us about the urgency to find examples of white supremacy whehter they exist or not.
According to a report from the Washington Times, current and former FBI agents have stated that the agency vastly misrepresents the actual threat that white supremacy poses to American security and democracy but that agents within the Bureau are feeling pressure to find it anyway.
“The demand for White supremacy … vastly outstrips the supply of White supremacy,” one agent said. “We have more people assigned to investigate White supremacists than we can actually find.”
“We are sort of the lapdogs as the actual agents doing these sorts of investigations, trying to find a crime to fit otherwise First Amendment-protected activities,” he continued. “If they have a [‘Dont tread on me’] flag and they own guns and they are mean at school board meetings, that’s probably a domestic terrorist.” –TheBlaze
We see how Democrat-aligned groups have been actively coordinating a narrative that explicitly criminalizes mainstream Republicans, not just in connection to a certain event, like the J6 riots, but in an ongoing sense. They aren’t trying to destroy Trump only, but everyone who supports him too. According to official tallies in 2020, we’re talking about somewhere north of 74 Million votes.
So much for the supposed Unifyer-in-Chief.
He’s setting up a storyline in which anyone even slightly to the right of Berne Sanders is a criminal threat to the Republic.
He wouldn’t be the first tyrant in history to use such poisonous rhetoric to create a defacto one-party state. But he WOULD be the first American to be so bold as to sing from the same songbook as 20th-century totalitarians like Hitler, Stalin, and Mao… not to mention that Vladamir guy over in Moscow.
Of course, this time it’s different, right?
THIS time it’s a ‘righteous cause’. How can you tell? You can tell because he’s conveniently created an army of villains, and hes’ here to protect the public from those eeeevil Ultra-Maga types.
But he won’t be able to get very far if the levers of power are wrenched from his hands.
Make your vote count in November.
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