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Offline enslaved1

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Newly released FBI tapes show white supremacist members of 'The Base' plotting terror attacks

For a month, FBI agents listened in as two members of a white supremacist group discussed their sinister plans: a plot to use a pro-gun rights rally in Richmond, Virginia, to engage in mass murder and attacks on critical infrastructure, which they believed would mark the start of a racial civil war.

Patrik Mathews, a former Canadian Army reservist illegally in the U.S., and Brian Lemley, a Maryland resident and self-described white nationalist, fantasized about the brutal murders they'd soon carry out against law enforcement and Black people, all with the goal of bringing about the "Boogaloo," or the collapse of the U.S. government in order to prop up a white ethno-state, according to recordings of the pair's discussions.

"We need to go back to the days of ... decimating Blacks and getting rid of them where they stand," Mathews said in one recording. "If you see a bunch of Blacks sitting on some corner you f***ing shoot them."

"I need to claim my first victim," Lemley said in another recording. "It's just that we can't live with ourselves if we don't get somebody's blood on our hands."

Clicked the article because I'm suspicious of the term "white supremacist" in any mass media reference any more.  Fully expected some 1/6 fertilizer.  Instead get a genuine racist group spouting real racism and plans for violence and getting arrested/sentenced for it. 

Why is this not being shouted from the rooftops?  Seems like it matches the talking points about white supremacists being the greatest threat to the US.  First off, one of the arrestees is an illegal immigrant (from Canada) and neither the Left nor their town criers want to open that can of worms.  Second, I don't see anywhere in this article or the one with more detail about "The Base" (nice original name for the group  ::)  ) that's linked within the article where the group has any ties, attachments, or announcements relating to Trump. 

Sadly, my time working in prisons tell me they will find plenty of like-minded fools to interact with during their time in the pokey.   
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If the Federal Kommittee for State Security have tapes of this - and have elected to release them to the public - you may bet the mortgage, your ass, and anything else you'd want to sweeten the pot with that everybody within the camera frame is an FBI Agent or Informant and the vid itself is of zero evidentiary value.

FBI's MO is that any video with actual evidentiary value is locked down tighter than rumors of J.Edgar Hoover's homosexuality. Check out the Bundy Ranch case or Kyle Rittenhouse's case to validate this. Rittenhouse's lawyers JUST found out that FBI video of the events under judgement in his case even exists - a year+ after the fact.
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