Thursday, April 21, 2016

What the Arrest of the Freital Group Tells Us

Burnt out 'refugee' center in Bautzen, Saxony, Germany

Last night German prosecutors arrested five people suspected of committing arson on empty to-be 'refugee' shelters. These poor kids were charged with "right wing terrorism" and the 'German' 'Government' no doubt plans to throw the book at them. 

The five "terrorists" are believed to be founders of and members of the 'Freital Group,' a "terror" group that has been attacking empty "refugee" camps with explosive devices and setting them on fire. 

The first question I have is, why on earth have these people even formed a group? When you're doing covert warfare against the government (or, in this case, invaders protected by the government), rule one is to NEVER form groups. Doing so goes right into the 60-year old playbook of European intelligence agencies. 

Time and time again, whether its with 'stay home armies' uncovered in "Operation Gladio" in Europe or later with "White Supremacist" groups in the US, intelligence agencies in the West have had a penchant for the old adage: "Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer." 

Without getting into things like Operation Gladio, Elohim City or the various other events, governments in the West absolutely love infiltrating or even forming radical groups. They do so not only to keep an eye on these people, but also to take over these groups with plants so the groups themselves can be co-opted and the energy and work of its members misdirected. Some even say governments infiltrate and form these groups to facilitate terror attacks which help "manage" public opinion, take away inconvenient rights to privacy and start convenient wars when need be. 

Those are all interesting stories, but I won't get into them, because that's not what this entry is about. But I will say this: The occurrence of these things all points to one recommended course of action for those operating underground: Do NOT join underground action groups unless you know everyone in that group. The rule of thumb is, the larger the group, the more likely you will be compromised. 

There's an old saying from the 90's militia groups in the US: When three people get together to conspire against the government, two of them are undercover.

The Freital boys would have been smart to heed that advice. 

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