I Rest My Case: Vanguard America is Indeed a Honeypot Run by a Marine Corp Recruiter

by Scott Creighton

Here’s what I wrote a couple days ago about James Alex Fields Jr.

Fields was in the military a total of 4 months. Went through basic training and then left.

There is a long history of various intelligence and law enforcement agencies recruiting directly from the ranks of the military and then sending those young recruits off to join various white supremacist movements and or militias. I’m not saying that is what happened with this guy, but it’s been done before. I covered one such operation in a previous American Gladio operation during the Obama days, though I can’t remember which one it was.

Vanguard America is definitely a honeypot operation.

And here is the story from Stars and Stripes published today (you’re gonna love this):

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Right-Winger Jack Posobiec Is Navy Intel Officer

from NBC News

A right-wing activist who brought attention to debunked conspiracy theories — and who gained new prominence when he was retweeted by President Donald Trump this week — is a U.S. naval intelligence officer detailed to a reserve unit, Navy service records show.

John Michael Posobiec III’s security clearance is currently suspended, according to a U.S. official, who did not disclose the reason for the suspension.

Posobiec, who goes by Jack, is a lieutenant junior grade in the U.S. Navy Reserves, assigned to Joint Reserve Intelligence Support Element Dekalb.

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McCain condemns far-right violence in Charlottesville while supporting Ukrainian nationalists

Does the Police Stand-down Rise to the Level of Gross Criminal Negligence? (AE video)

The violence that occurred this past weekend in Charlottesville at the “Unite the Right” rally could have been avoided. It easily could have been avoided. Photos and videos from July 8 KKK Rally in Charlottesville PROVES they knew how to prevent violence at these things… they just CHOSE not to.

links after the break

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Charlottesville Attack: The Reason for the Police Stand-down is Perfectly Clear

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: At the end of this article, I have now included photos of the police presence at the KKK rally in Charlotteville held in July of 2017… just a few months ago.

The violence that occurred this past weekend in Charlottesville at the “Unite the Right” rally could have been avoided. It easily could have been avoided. And in order to prove that, I offer 2 other “racist” rallies that took place… in Charlottesville.. over the past 3 months. That’s right, this weekend’s event was one of three that took place in the exact same location over the course of the last 4 months.

On May 13, 2017, white supremacist Richard Spencer led the Take Back Lee Park rally, a protest in Charlottesville against the city’s plans to remove the statue of Lee. The event involved protesters holding torches near the statue. That same night, a candlelight counterprotest took place.[12]

The Ku Klux Klan held another rally in Charlottesville on July 8.[13] About 50 Klan members and 1,000 counterprotesters gathered at a loud but nonviolent rally; the Klan members left the park after about 45 minutes.[14] In opposition to the rally, the Charlottesville Clergy Collective created a safe space at First United Methodist Church, which was used by over 600 people.[13]

There had been no reported violence at either of the two previous events. Turnout was low. Agent provocateurs chanted “Russia is our friend” and everything turned out just fine. People gave speeches, counter protests took place in another location and in the end, free speech won the day.

The mayor of Charlottesville, Mike Signer (who is Jewish by the way), called the protesters “profoundly ignorant” in a statement after the May 13 demonstration. That caused a bit of a ruckus online but all was forgotten in time.

And then we had the third rally this weekend and all of a sudden it seems law enforcement forgot how to do their jobs on multiple occasions. Why is that? Police Chief Al Thomas says some things about this weekend are “less clear” than others.

I tend to disagree. The more they talk, the more we research, the clearer it becomes.

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