Wednesday, February 21, 2018

FBI Taught Cuban "White Supremacist" To Shoot

Yesterday, a Cuban immigrant named Nikolas Cruz shot up a high school in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  Today, the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith is calling Cruz a "white supremacist."  But, from what is being reported on CNN, it seems that Cruz was not a white supremacist at all, but someone who had been taught to shoot by undercover FBI agents as part of the FBI's continuing efforts to stoke racial violence in the name of white supremacy.

Cruz is about as "white" as Trayvon Martin shooter George Zimmerman, and no White nationalist group of any legitimacy would have allowed him to attend a "paramilitary training" event.  But  according to the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai, a group set up by the Judaic mafia as part of an extortion racket against their own people, Cruz "trained" with a group calling itself the Republic of Florida, a group which just happened to make itself available for an interview with the Anti-Defamation League, something else that a legitimate White nationalist group would not do.

Florida has been the hub of the FBI's disruption operation against White nationalists for a long time, and even if this Republic of Florida group couldn't be directly linked to the FBI, the name itself would be a clue.  Derivative of the Republic of Texas, a long time secessionist-Constitutionalist group, the fact that the name is derivative of and similar to another organization is itself a hallmark of FBI organizing.

More telling, though, is the statement reported on CNN, that the Republic of Florida participated in a recent rally in Tallahassee, Florida. This rally, however, was phony and staged by the FBI. The accompanying "training session" was conducted by FBI informant, and League of the South "security officer" Michael Tubbs.  Thus the only person who taught Cruz to shoot was the FBI, part of a pattern of FBI involvement in violent incidents that it subsequently blames upon "white supremacists."

According to an article in the February 2018 First Freedom newsletter, about thirty persons, under the leadership of the League of the South, and its President Michael Hill, a suspected FBI informant, attended the rally in Tallahassee, photographs of which prominently featured informant Tubbs.  The rally was part of a series of fake rallies conducted by FBI notional groups under umbrella names like "White Lives Matter";  the FBI recently released information in a FOIA request by this writer documenting its creation of the National Socialist Movement in 1975.

A similar "training event" was held by Tubbs and another informant, Ike Baker, just prior to the August 12, 2017 Charlottesville violence.

Upon taking office, U.S. President Donald Trump ordered the FBI to dismantle its programs against "white supremacists." However, the FBI simply transferred these programs to the control of its Intelligence Division, and has justified their existence on the phony belief that Russia is attempting to contact American dissidents, and thus it must provide dissident groups to attract Russian attention.

The paramilitary militia is one of several standard FBI models for what it calls "notional" organizations.  Groups like the ADL are also typically used by the FBI for fronting disinformation to Judaic media outlets like CNN, which is operated by the Judah-cultist Jeffrey Zucker.


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