19 Burst results for "Cointelpro"

"cointelpro" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

05:06 min | Last month

"cointelpro" Discussed on Native America Calling

"The COINTELPRO program. Now, gene, yeah, I mean, we certainly want to talk about that, but I really wanted to focus also just on overall this whole push towards clemency now in Leonard's health. And the big news are all these supporters that are speaking out on his behalf around the world and I'm curious is he paying close attention to these voices and are they giving him some encouragement? Oh yes, yes. I mean, he always hasn't encouragement, but then the bottom line is the ending result, you know, because he's always had a lot of support, you know, even way back during the 80s he had several members of Congress that have asked for his release and I hope that he continues but then there's always that letdown. And that's really the scary part. And I can't even imagine how that would be in 47 years and being let down again and you know just it's just really inhuman. Affecting the atrocities that need to go to a world court of his treatment within the prison. Along with a lot of our other brothers and sisters that are inside well, if you have a question or a comment for our show today, please give us a call one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. We're speaking with gene roach regarding the recent push for Leonard peltier's clemency. And gene, are there some new developments in this case for clemency? And it seems like it's getting more traction than it has in a long time. The new developments continue because we've just got some new documents released through the freedom of information app is where we found a lot of backup to our stories of what we are claiming and we're finding more and more misconduct from the government side, you know, the prosecutors, we also have James Reynolds new letter that came out the second letter stadium that they didn't really have a theory. They made it up. You know, we all knew that they kept changing the story. So how does that represent the United States? They ignored our treaties forever, you know? We're just barely surviving on a reservation, you know, we're being pounded down by racism and genocide, and it's just like, this is a continued example of what is going on with our people and being a gene. A minute ago, you mentioned James Reynolds and for our listeners, can you clarify who he is again, James Reynolds? He was the head prosecutor of Leonard, the reservoir, murders, as they call him, and he's the one that, you know, the top dog of the prosecution. Okay. Okay, got it. Yeah. Okay. I mean, gene, you've mentioned it's almost 50 years that he's been incarcerated now, 46 years, and he's exhausted so many of these legal remedies. But right now, I mean, you talked to Leonard, what would he like to see at this point? In terms of his case moving forward, what would make him happier? Freedom. You know, he hasn't been able to hold his grandchildren. His children, and if his relative to the things that we take for granted every day, he has no access, the sunshine, the moon, the stars, you know, mother earth, that's all the stuff we stand for in our religious, you know, in our lives, you know? That he is also, you know, wanting to do. He doesn't have access to the sweat lodge. He doesn't have access to the very basic stuff that we get, you know, he doesn't have access to that. So that's like not only a physical, but a mental torture to him. You know, how long are they going to keep continually abusing him within the system? You know, it's just ironic. I mean, totally, I like why did the native people I know he's not the only one there are several people that are doing time just because of our skin color, you know, and that is a fact. Well, if you'd like to join our discussion today about the push for clemency for Leonard peltier again in federal prison for 46 years, give us a call. One 809 9 6 two 8 four. We really want to hear from our listeners today. All opinions are valued here on native America.

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COINTELPRO: The Counterintelligence Program of the FBI

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:28 min | 6 months ago

COINTELPRO: The Counterintelligence Program of the FBI

"COINTELPRO was a series of FBI projects that were covert and honestly illegal projects conducted by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation. Aimed at surveilling infiltrating discrediting and disrupting domestic American political organizations. COINTELPRO went from 1956 to 1971. And some of their targets were the Nation of Islam was Martin Luther King Jr.'s organization, the southern pastor leadership conference or whatever the name was. And the only reason we ever learned about COINTELPRO. The only reason we were able ever able to get to the bottom of pros, operations. Was not because of some cross examination from Congress, was not because of a lawsuit. It was about something that I don't support, which was breaking and entering into a federal building. So during the famous Muhammad Ali Frazier fight, which was one of the most watched sporting events to date, on March 8th, 1971, a group of activists broke into the small two man office at the Federal Bureau of Investigation in media, Pennsylvania. They stole more than 1000 FBI documents that revealed years of systematic wiretapping, infiltration and media manipulation designed to suppress dissent. The citizens commissioned to investigate the Federal Bureau of Investigation. As the group called itself, forced its way in at night with a crowbar while much of the country was watching the Muhammad Ali Frazier fight. When agents arrived for work the next morning, they found the cabinets virtually empty virtually emptied, within a few weeks the documents began to show up, mailed anonymously in Manila envelopes with no return address newsrooms of major American newspapers. From that point forward after 1971, COINTELPRO was sunsetted and the government, the federal government's effort to wiretap an infiltrate American political organizations seemingly

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"cointelpro" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

05:34 min | 9 months ago

"cointelpro" Discussed on WCPT 820

"The actual paperwork in regard to the historical landmark status on that date time the Legacy chamber for you, the Black Panther Party. Certainly stay in the match the hearts of the people. Wow. And let's see. Um, your dad was 21. 21 when he died December 4th 1969 in a police raid. Um How old were you then? I actually was born approximately 25. Days later, I got the success they did. My mother was able to have any. I was pregnant with me. The time I'll still on occasion at the prenatal care that I received as opposed to dark stethoscope was Chicago Police Department revolved with being placed my mother's pregnant belly when she didn't have much pregnant. Oh, my God. Oh, my God. How? How awful. Is your mother still alive? In such a way such way she she president chairs December 4th committee, and, um, she she still fighting still stand and she just affect every August 13th December, the fourth Two major dates for us. She's right there in front of the site or assassinations occurred that she gives us a blow by blow details. What occurred then? And not in an abstract, nostalgic sort of way, you know, ties into the center Me for the all going stroke for self determination, all addressing the question of case of political prisoners Sunday, Ah to call him when we Abu Jamal see numbers and presented to the president. The president campaigns that we've placed the date. She always were also forced to have her. Present on the advisory board for the Black Panther Party. Cubs. Also, it works. You know what to say. The half announced committee. She's alive and still fighting. Wow. Wow. How do you feel about the recent film? That was, um that was done about all these events and how the party Was infiltrated and how your dad and others were betrayed. Have you watched it? What do you think of it? It was a It was a labor of love that we, In fact, as I speak to you now I'm little shit that they have to house. Um May well annoyed at the table where we get meat we admit with riot producer Ryan Coogler director Samkange Charles King. Then you could lose your dominant fish back and others you know, 8 to 9 hours right here. We admit that we went to the downside community. We have some meetings. Um, it was a labor of love was tug and pull a lot of struggles a lot of battles. We were able to put a place about what we call uh, Panther cub, political pills and the apple sauce. You know, Of course, it's the movies. But you're saying that there was we get a lot of information in there, and if they're farm surpasses a lot of misinformation that have been Put an unauthorized books. So again, no regrets. You know, we have our own growing relationship, um, with, uh, not only the actors, but the producers onto that was involved themselves. So that in fact, some of the act from the cash numbers came out this past August 30th and Daniel Cholula, he called in, so it's an ongoing relationship. So you know, uh, we can't. We're not. We're not closed the relationship. The movie it was. It wasn't just it wasn't there was they did not conclude the relationships with all its ongoing I remember reading about these events, and I think J. Edgar Hoover was head of the FBI. Then he was not a friend of the African American community. And the Black Panther Party. I read he Oh, he viewed it as a threat to the internal security of the country. This raid, um, that killed your dad and others was ordered by Cook County State's attorney, Edward Hanrahan. But it's it's viewed now as frankly a little more than a political assassination. Is that how you see it? As of the was, in fact, you know, with the movie. Um you know, we we emphasize we stress a certain things pointed out that the revolution and loops and valves you know evil in regards with the P students, the black Messiah. You had Jacob, who was portrayed by Martin Sheen directly state? No, no Vague sort of way, you know, send that black and probably targeted in fact, um Woman director FBI, Jaeckel Hoover and Attorney General John Mitchell actually are stated that the Black Panther Party representative number one internal threats, the United States Securities instead of civil war and whistle far said the Black Panther Party had to be destroyed The end of 1969. And so those are strategic kids. Those, uh, the sadness. The chairman for it depends what the Mark Clark and say. Well, this is a result of the infamous Cointelpro Graham, the counterintelligence program. This is not just a case of rapid off I mean police brutality this again, uh, designated war waged against, um, self determination for black people, in particular, which over 90% of the black, uh of the COINTELPRO tactics with that record, the Black Panther Party. Well, I'm talking to Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. Who is the son of Fred Hampton, from the Black Panther Party in Chicago. Assassinated in 1969. We're going to take a real quick break. Fred. I have some other questions. I want to talk to you about this petition when we come right back after a break. There's no excuse to.

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"cointelpro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:33 min | 9 months ago

"cointelpro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm all for civil rights, but you can't cheat your way to equality. And you certainly can't shoot your way to it. You're just turning in. This is Q. I'm Tom Power. And I'm speaking with Shaka King, director of Judas and the Black Messiah, a new film about Black Panther Party member Fred Hampton. Shaka, Can you tell us a little bit about the significance of that moment? Absolutely because my mom likes to say, you know, some people think the White man's Isis colder. You know what I mean? So he enters this space, and he's like, Yo, I'm at I'm at a white FBI agents house. I'm sitting on his couch. I'm smoking cigars. I'm drinking fine whiskey. I'm I kind of made it, you know, And in that scene, it's a bit of a misdirection right? Because You know, the first thing you hear when Mitchell talk about is how he, um, investigated the freedom writer murders and how he you know, basically, uh, was looking to prosecute the clan as a member of the You know the FBI, and it gives like it's a surprising bit of information that's actually true. You know, and you're like, Oh, wow. Okay, So this guy's a little more complex than I thought, right? Like, you know, he's he's pursuing the plan like that when I When we found that out What will and I found that out like this guy pursued the Klan like that's kind of interesting, you know? And so he's talking about that. And you know you just as I think you as an audience member start to see. Okay, maybe I Maybe this guy's just there's there's more layers to this person. He immediately compares the pampas to the clamp Right and you see that he's this is his. It's interesting because he's a in a sense he's attempting to manipulate William O'Neal. But he also believes that yeah, He felt that he's speaking his truth, you know, and O'Neill is listening to him, right? Rather, O'Neill is not listening to him. O Neill is just totally disinterested. He's focused on smoking the cigar and drinking the whiskey. And Mitchell just kind of realizes, Okay, I'm not really connecting to this person. He could be trails off. He's about to, you know, Go and put some hot dogs on O'Neill is like, Hey, let's talk about what you know what really matters to me, Which is how do you have all this money? And how can I get some of this money? And you realized that when he talks about romance for being a father figure to him, he's not talking about the fact that he believed in any of the things he said that he gave him advice on or that he He was a father figure because he lived the way that he wanted to live, and he was giving him an opportunity to in his mind. He was giving him an opportunity to live the way he wanted to live. And so that scene is about a lot of things. You know what I mean? It's about revealing where Mitchell's character, uh and and really leaning into a piece of propaganda that this country has put forth about the Black Panther Party in terms of just like saying White terrorism and, you know, being a black revolutionary of the same thing. Yeah. Can we Can we talk a little bit about that? I mean, I know we don't have a whole lot of time left. But I do have kind of two points. I want to hit before before we go. And one and one is that is that public perception of the Black Panther Party has historically being very divisive even within Black communities, you know, and a lot of the negative perceptions The Panther Party are tied to an FBI initiative called Cointelpro. You and the cast have been pretty clear about wanting this film, too. Clear up some of the misconceptions people have about Fred Hampton and the Black Panther Party. Can you give me one like, what's the biggest misconception you wanted to address here? I mean, you can start with just that. They hated white people, You know, Um The fact is that it was a national mandate to you know, go coalitions across facial lines and and actually put The black fans of party ideologically at odds with a lot of, um more black cultural nationalists. You know, thinkers and and organizes an activist, And that was a dialogue that they engaged in. Not forever because, you know, I mean, you look at a lot of it was. It was really cool to look at, you know, and it really shows you just how like intelligent these folks were that they were just like Not. You know whether we're you whether you know, despite what you said to stand politically just that they were thinking and talking about these things. This in depth. It's runs so counter to kind of go back to you. You asked me in the first place, he went so counter to the caricature that's betrayed of them. Just like you know, militant. You know, folks with like guns and leather jackets like these are like, really intelligent thinkers who had, like very intellectual debates, You know, But, yeah, The fact that they hate white people is clearly wasn't and you know Obviously, like people know about the Oakland chapter, and you know their alignment with, you know the the new, less radicals out there. But, you know, in Chicago, Illinois chapter is partnering with Poor white folks like rising up angry and you know that the young patriots and you're talking about Chicago, which was the most segregated city in the country at the time, and it's to the state is incredibly segregated. So that was revolutionary. Uh, maybe this is a good way to wrap. But, um, I do want to make sure we talk about this that Fred Hampton's son and Fred Hampton's widow were both involved in the film they were on set for arguably the most harrowing moment of the movie, which is the murder of Fred Hampton by law enforcement agents while he was sleeping is in his apartment next to his wife. Who in real life was there watching this scene B shot who at the time was pregnant with Fred Hampton's son, who again was watching this scene B shot? How did that weight feel like to you?.

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"cointelpro" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

The Breakdown with Shaun King

08:18 min | 11 months ago

"cointelpro" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

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Before that jaeger hoover was doing everything he could to literally destroy the lives of any black activist any black organizers and to implode their movements from the inside out and he would often do so by planting people on the inside feeding the misinformation doing anything that he could to cause people to distrust quality leaders. Of course if they could survey will them an arrest them and charge them or overcharged them or indict them. These things would happen on a regular basis and it boiled over i. It was not new in the civil rights movement but it boiled over in the civil rights movement and you you've probably heard Quotes before from j. Edgar hoover about the fbi about the civil rights movement where he regularly said the different people in the civil rights movement of the black power movement or the number one threat to the safety and security of the united states of america. And i need you to understand that. This program coin tell pro regularly pitted civil rights activists civil rights organizations against one another it regularly pitted groups against one another including it. This needs to be understood and you should read the fbi files on malcolm x. And even watch the documentaries about this but the fbi was regularly feeding the nation of islam. Misinformation about malcolm x. was readily feeding malcolm x. misinformation about the nation of islam and was trying to feel that tension in that stress until it boiled over but we saw that not only with malcolm and the we saw that with every group every organization and it continued from the fifties through the sixties deep into the seventies. Who really all the way through the eighties. When you begin to consider the the planting of crack cocaine in black neighborhoods that was shipped over from overseas so that the reagan administration could literally fund an underground war that they had that was. That's the iran contra scandal again. This isn't conspiracy theory. This is like accepted fact. This stuff is known on the record and over and over again. The federal government has destroyed movements for black power from the inside out and a lot of what we saw in those movements. I'm seeing right now. We're seeing it right now. And this is not just about me in attacks on me but as i see leaders women that i know love trust and admire whose work i have seen up close and personal whose whose efforts are not only heartfelt and well intentioned but effective and well executed as i see not only myself but to make a mallory the entire black lives matter movement Molina abdulah who is like family to me. Who was the director of black lives matter. Los angeles a brilliant woman as i see my dear friend and brother lee married the attorney of ben crump or others all made out to be the enemy of progress and change of this movement and as i see people pitting families against families activists against families families against activists. It's clear that there are multiple people and forces at play including governments but also including other forces that can easily feed misinformation to people in ways. That weren't so easy in the forties fifties or sixties or seventies technology makes it so easy for vulnerable people to be easily misinformed and let us stray and for the next three days today tomorrow and friday. I'm going to be unpacking explaining. Gear on this podcast. And in my articles at the north star dot com. How i think in many ways we are experiencing coin. Tell pro two point. Oh come back tomorrow. I'll be sharing articles and this podcast and unpacking explaining it. 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"cointelpro" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

The Vibe Juice Podcast

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"cointelpro" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

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"cointelpro" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

The Vibe Juice Podcast

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"cointelpro" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

"They actually started like running the black and they start ham fools hanging out on the front porch and you know they they had they. Would they call high beams on navien. They were selling it but then they started smoking at two. Oh and then you know saying and it got so crazy man that they mama of buying it from them and it was. Oh i was like man you selling crack to your mama you going to have. Yeah you know what i'm saying like you realize it. Yeah you go inhalable it are. Are you serious. I couldn't even believe that. Kick kick kick their mom and after she didn't have the money to pay and i was just like. Oh my gosh. this was breaking up families. Yeah because you know that was in every city that happened all over america right. That was a right right. Well you know. I want to get back to you know because we can really breakdown snowfall guy. That's a whole nother one. But i want to get back to Judas in A and because there's just so much there in the character so from the the voice in it appears at once you step away from that movie that it was more on the kind of like gave you real perspective on the inside on the side of william o'neil and his interaction with the fbi more so than it was about fred hampton. That's that's why i wanted to go. 'cause 'cause the truth is is that you know fred. Hampton was such a unique character such unique figure in history And he was ready to die. And that's what things one things that people don't remember so much about him when you look at some of his rhetoric when you actually going like old youtube videos and watch over him to videos he was like i already know. I'm getting ready to our already. Know that i'm lined up to be killed. So i'm gonna go ahead do what i can do right now right while i'm alive. Go ahead and get this done. At the guard. Of the revolution the revolutionary. But you can't kill it with the lose your right and it was such a politician. He was such a good politician. He was i mean you know. There's a scene that they had in there with him Which i really found a great amount of love for there was a scene in there. Where where he walks in and there was another faction of a of a black power movements they'll have raised on yeah and they weren't blackberries. Greb razor blade faction was not faction and those guys were jealous. In some way are they were like. Yeah you suck up data that we feel people in this we do says man s great man make we join you right be part ours. We can have a group. We can have a group that greater leadership though. That's a real leadership is not about the pettiness. Yeah he subsumed their leadership and to a point where where they were like. Oh look all right here here. We are know saying it came to the point. They came down and burnt down is building and the other dudes came and said hey look we want to help you. you know. Paint your place and you know hammering it and they'll play them in and clean it up because they kind of realized. This dude is the real deal. He's not it wasn't about his own. Pride wasn't about him as an individual was about. You know it wasn't about his his his mantra. It was about the movement it was about the revolution and it was about whatever we need to do to bring ourselves to get to that point of revolution and equally as important..

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"cointelpro" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

The Vibe Juice Podcast

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"cointelpro" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

"The explorers came over of the show. Ranked explores come over. You're getting your feet wet. Your you know introduced to the indians and the natives and everything get off the boat right and then you know what i'm saying. It's supercharged by by season. Four and four three or three dan. It's only been three seasons only three damn season three. You know you know. It's the wild wild west right. I mean you know everybody's gunslinging and everybody's against each other and you got gangs and and they're and they're they're formulating their factions. You know people are getting a lot of money on their own so no longer. Franklin saint guy right right now you have all these other guys who have actually made money right right right but when they can't get the good quality and then you got all these other ones that are making up in. Maybe this is where the beginning of crack came in because the quality wasn't there. They started getting their supply and it was bad. People on the street started complaining. You know they started breaking down to half. Oh people started triple wagon right exactly. The i got a package sent by percent. When i've finished with it was twelve percent then when i sell it and you had to smoke. Three four motherfucking grabs little pieces. And it's like i really right then. Fuck started selling ivory soap. Mama remember that number again. People getting shot over that shit. I'm i remember. I don't boy that this. He was a graduate. You know what i'm saying. But i think he at cardiff some ivory soap and sodas somebody street in an finally caught up with his ass killed him because he seldom some crappy shit and they was like crazy. I just retarded five hour twelve hour. Three hundred okay. Besides my rent was fresh ma. That was probably selling real flower in real bacon. soda right. yes it was it was. I'm telling you man it was a while. Oh i remember there. Were these these two cats who lived on my block and they were. They were they were. They were bugs anyway but at some point they started selling it right and they live down the house dump street in a house with their mom right and they were You know they were twin brothers or something like that and they were just you know they were some little roughnecks already and they got to.

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"cointelpro" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

The Vibe Juice Podcast

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"cointelpro" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

"And john what john did. John was very clear about why he was beginning being given access to the media. Okay could you. Don't he was the boy. Yeah he could see lop rank and it was the golden boy broadcast grey-haired. The silver fought gazillion. But john new and extensive meetings and deliberations around what he would say and then once they found out that they would not be interviewing alpern his budgie carter. Because john and eric had came from new jersey. I think i think jersey and connecticut new jersey but they were transplants. Bungee was black. La through and through. He was known by multiple generations. He was known as when he came out of prison. All whole weighing of black man came with him and it was like now we not doing us old criminal shit. We have some new shit to do and that potential they i mean that's why the The black august movement founded inside the prison walls. that's why it was so dangerous. That's why george lester. Jackson was a field marshal her. That's why the oh yeah jackson. Yeah let's get it. You know that. Then you gotta look at george. And then his his brother jonathan. Jonathan took what his brother taught and yeah and implemented it like. I'm coming to yet. My brother out of the joy and i'm coming up in your house and i'm taking people and we go get him. Oh eagle or you kill us all. That's why angela davis came in right. They couldn't she had bought one shotgun that they actually had evidence of. Remember the shotgun looking out the window. Angela david ceiling pitcher of her okay. There's some pitchers but you know she was with the Cpa usa communist party of united states of america. Shalem club yes. Okay Taylor momo's much more active. What i think much more active in southern cow. Then he were up here. Okay okay and it was it was i think it was a conscious decision but nonetheless none the less they. I think our enemy very very carefully analyzed where the real threats were. That's why hughley wasn't asked naked. If you look at how if you look at huey and you look at bobby seale remember the chicago trial. Yes where he was chained to the chair in the bound movie recently chicago seven chicago seven. They call it the chicago eight. He just happened to be talent was no other. I'm here handling my business. I'm not gonna do it. That over there y'all's war okay. But that's the thing that i think. A lot for our community is most disturbing. Is that not enough of us. Know how our enemy was banking so therefore we missed the boat when trying to arrive at an understanding. Yes right. Certain people were assassinated. When they were fascinated samba time they got to brother free ad in mark they was at the end of a campaign. It was the beginning. The beginning was actually sixty seven early. Sixty eight then january sixty nine. They kicked it off and that whole year. Assassinations disappearances martyrs. Bladder bladder The lady that was a down all the all party houses. Just yeah. I mean it's at attack surrounding people you know i mean they were just like walking and just like they see. That's the black panther office and they just fired shit up. They care about the neighborhood the community. Everybody said whitney is is your phone..

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"cointelpro" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

The Vibe Juice Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"cointelpro" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

"The guy right to actually go round from from city to city to city specifically because now he's on the run and they're looking for when they have a warrant for this guy and he's he's on the run and they probably let that guy go. He actually ended up probably. Yeah walk in with well on a murder charge. You walked wild wild absolutely. They were the the the the fbi. How can i say this. I'm saying get myself in trouble. You know what i'm saying. You know what i'm saying. What they were some dirty underhanded willing to do anybody. Criminal underworld the fbi and cia. I mean diabolical very liberal. Very design very intentional. What was it. The kotel pro was elements of the department of the army or defense right the fbi and cia rank so all three saying we're being used in fact closer to wiretap earnings right is to see and supposed to be doing jack shit in his the us. Right yeah ha ha yet but they were because they were because they had this program. That was a three day was fascinated by these three organizations right department. Advance the cia and fbi one could switch over and say oh. It was not doing this. It was them doing this right cover and they they gave coverage it was You know and to this day. It is still It is it is still you know it's still being done. Yeah right. I was looking at You know not to take us too far away from show. But i was looking at No it's all. have you seen long. No fall back on now. Snowfall is back Season three or four three three so falls back. But you know as i look at the show right. I started to think to myself. Why these fuckers in jail right you're not talking about the jews. Were selling the you know the the the franklin right right right. I'm talking about the the eh guys. The a and all those folks were brand kilos of cocaine in specifically to destroy the black community and then to utilize the money that was that was being the black ryan fond right to find to wars to fund a war. You know what i'm saying..

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Finding the Judas in Judas and the Black Messiah

Morning Edition

07:02 min | 1 year ago

Finding the Judas in Judas and the Black Messiah

"The 19 sixties, Fred Hampton was chairman of the Illinois Black Panther Party. He was a rising leader, organizing disparate multi racial groups in Chicago. Until police shot and killed him and another Black Panther member in an early morning raid. There's a new movie about Fred Hampton out this week, it is called Judas and the Black Messiah. It's not a question of ball. It's a non violence is a question of resistance to fascism or non existence within fascism Film got rave reviews after its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival last week. It's the second feature from director Shaka King who, until this project came along, was on the verge of giving up making feature films altogether. MPR's Andrew Lyne bonked takes it from here. Yes, Judas and the Black Messiah is about Fred Hampton and how he led the Black Panthers in Chicago. But it's also about William O'Neill, the man who infiltrated the Black Panthers in spied on Hampton on behalf of the FBI. Shaka King told me that the Lucas Brothers who co wrote the story, sold the idea to him like this. Their pitch that they laid out was we want to make a movie about Fred Hampton and William O'Neal. That's kind of like the departed the 2006 Martin Scorsese movie Inside the World of Cointelpro, or Counterintelligence program, the 19 sixties project where the FBI infiltrated and disrupted groups like the Black Panthers, and I was like I see it. I'm done. I'm in Judas is a tight, intense movie. Yes, like the departed and other Scorsese type crime movies. It's a long way, though, from King's first feature film newly weeds from 2013. So what you got here? Newly weeds tells the story of a young couple in Brooklyn who smoke a lot of weed where Judas is loud and fast. Really? Weeds is quiet and tender. I'm done. I'm done online. Won't want Wanna hang out. We hang up. Yeah. How are we supposed to go to the Galapagos? If you mind the bag every two minutes. It hits similar beats as movies by other indie darling directors like Joe Swanberg or the Duplass Brothers. The film Independent Spirit Awards even gave King the Someone to watch award after it came out, which came with a $25,000 grant. Not bad for someone fresh out of N Y. U film school. But after that initial fanfare, I was so depressed after making newly weeds and my expectations for the release just not coming to fruition. The movie didn't get much attention outside the festival circuit from agents and distributors, largely because it was a movie with black actors who no one knew on at that time that was deemed worthless. The film's release in 2013 wasn't that long ago, but it was just before what a friend of Kings jokingly dubbed. The Black Excellence Industrial Complex. You're Selma's and Moon Lights and Black Panthers when movie studios realized they could make a lot of money by releasing films by and starring black people. Nearly weeds. Loss of momentum burnt king out on the idea of making another feature film, But he did have an idea for a short rolling around in his head. It was kind of silly kind of outrageous, sweetheart. Lips. Excuse me, miss. It's called Moon Yang's after the Italian slur for black people want heard on the streets of Brooklyn in it, King and two others play these three black guys who talk like they're in the mom movies. King has such a fondness for It was somewhat inspired by King's experience growing up in a mostly black part of Brooklyn, but going to high school in South Brooklyn, where everyone the Irish Americans, Greek Americans, Asian Americans, Jewish Americans, all talks like the Italian American kids, and those kids were Hilarious. They were profane. They were quick witted, and we were not friends put like I could appreciate their sense of humor. The movie is a concise examination of race, gender gentrification. As King's character gets into an argument with his sister over a MetroCard, you did not have a dime. Put 1000 until the white guy comes by and says hi to the sister. Hi. How you doing? How are you? You guys just don't know what both outta here. Oh, Polluted the movie is fun and poignant, and the process reminded King how much he loved making movies. That movie saved me. You saved me. I didn't see that or know that about Shaka. But I could understand, and I could see how that could happen. Charles de King, no relation to director Shocking is the CEO and founder of Macro which since its founding in 2015 has produced movies and TV shows featuring non white people, including Judas and the Black Messiah. It was before the oscarssowhite moment. Of 2015. There's a lot that's happened since then. There is much more of an openness and I think an understanding of the business opportunity there. Which brings us to King today, making a movie about an anti capitalist black radical at a very capitalist Hollywood studio without watering down the politics. The deal is to respect the authenticity. Fred Hampton Jr is the current chairman of the Black Panther Party, Cubs and son of Fred Hampton. He says he and the other Panthers had their guards up when they were approached about this film. The Panthers have long been subjected to propaganda campaigns and misrepresentations. But he says King and the rest of the cast and crew definitely navigated the crossroads between their creative goals and the Panthers. Political ones. Well enough, anyway. Revolutionaries never satisfied. You know, I wish there was more political cartoon. We could've pushed. In a certain point, However, I'll put the people's need before before my needs my wants and desires. For instance, the relationship between Fred Hampton and his partner, Deborah Johnson, was a tricky thing to get right. The poet.

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"cointelpro" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"cointelpro" Discussed on KCRW

"These affairs What am I gonna do about Martin Luther King? With all these reports coming in on him? Hold on, There's somebody get somebody Tell him Big watches conduct. Lord looks to me like he's confirmed order a lot of this partisan relationship. You're very endearing. It's hard to understand that, but he says it looks to me like he's gone too far with a lot of them as far as his relationships with girls. Um, So what did they eventually do with this information? Was it used at all? He said the Preston bite, But so how did they end up using this information? Basically, it never never took hold, You know, And that was, I think one of the frustrations that Jay Gould and William Sullivan and it didn't take home but they just kept you know they can Monitoring and wiretapping and bugging of Dr King's hotel rooms up until when he was assassinated. That's when they stopped. No. And how did that affect him personally? Life. I think this is my This is conjecture On my part. I think that here is a man who's dealing on all fronts. He's dealing with being the leader of the civil rights movement, which is gonna be a tremendous bird. He's dealing with having these multiple relationships as he had same time. He has a wife and some Children home. That's gotta be a burden. He's dealing with the fact that 64. He's given the Nobel Peace Prize and then called by Jacob Notorious liar. Gotta deal with that. He's ill of the fact that by 67, he feels like you know, America. He should focus not just on the civil rights struggle, but basically saying, I'm not shouldn't be in Vietnam, knowing full well that it would have an impact on his relationship. Living Baines Johnson and the just administration. So you know he's constantly facing all of these things, And he's also getting pushback from the civil rights community is basically saying, Where you going on from Gina with Vietnam, we should be staying focused on the civil rights group. So I can't imagine that This wasn't a tremendous amount burdens on Dr King's shoulders, You know, so you can see in the first week. We benefit together. There's a weariness. In the tiredness that you see that says in his face. Right. And then you mentioned this letter that he received actually from Sullivan William Sullivan of the FBI, but it was Anonymous and supposed to be from an admirer of faking my were telling him basically to kill himself. You know what you have to do? That's what it said in the letter. You know, you have to do That seems particularly, um, horrifying to receive something like that. And how how did he react to that? Well, yeah, You gotta imagine that Dr King was upset, But they said that this is part of a parcel of what to going to the FBI would go to the church undercut him in the struggle Reputation. I mean, they were clearly aware that they were being monitored and they would be these dropped on. Obviously for quite a while. I would imagine he would have been upset me. No one has said that he was upset, but you can imagine he was upset and it was just which is terrific. How funny FBI would doesn't try toe. To destroy him and basically destroyed his family. And also at the same time they have this COINTELPRO program, which is where they would install. Um, spies, I guess into Antiwar movements, peace movements, also his movement and in his inner circle in your movie, you talk about a photographer who was basically an FBI informant. Did Dr King realize that that was also a tactic the FBI was using. Did you realize that at the time He did. You know, I think you did. They were informants within the organization. They do it, you know on and you know, it wasn't like they were. Hiding information where they were going to blow up a city or destroy a city and stuff. Basically was King and his associates during and talking about this strategies of going to these different cities to try to break down the walls of segregation. Island. Cinderella is that obviously, for those in power they saw that is incendiary. So there is something that was gonna you know, again up in democracy. I'm wondering as you are working on this movie and releasing it How you view the current events. Also, most recently, the insurrection of the capital. Not far from where Dr King delivered that speech. Well, it just It just says to me that you know America's history. Has a tendency to repeat itself. So many other things that you heard Trump is rightful office. The idea that these black lodge protests were causing a rise in the cities. Go back to the film with that lady I'm told in show Sister Dr King. Don't you feel like you're peaceful protests causing rides in the city's when people are saying they're communism is this and heaven impact on the civil rights movement. You know, And then you hear him today in America. Then it's anti fur that's had an impact on the black lives matter movement with a socialist Democrats they have destroyed. Our community is not the same kind of language earned back in the sixties. It's amazing American keeps repeating the same truck pulling out the same tropes. This is an American that needs to come to a wrecking understand their history, You know, so they don't keep repeating it and lead to the destruction of this democracy. After Dr King was assassinated, and obviously the FBI ceased its surveillance. And after the hearings on how they conducted themselves with the COINTELPRO program and all that, when all after all of that came out in seventies, Do you think that the FBI Reformed itself when it comes to monitoring Protest groups and civil rights activists. Well as you heard in the film, Comey thinks that this was the darkest critter ending in the history of the FBI. What happened to the King in the sixties? Now I'm too cynical to believe that that's the darkest period in the history of the FBI. Until sample believe that just because they were probably for Congress and said, This was reduced in my restaurant things, you know, you have to change your ways that they have actually completely changed their ways even know and I know that they're still mileage mean there's still some family in the organization in the group of people that they feel might be in their minds Insurrectionist You know, so I'm pretty sure that those people in the black Watch matter movement have been infiltrating that they've been monitored by the FBI. It's just it's not. It would be impossible. They wouldn't do that. I want to thank you so much for coming on the show today. My pleasure. Sam Pollard, director of the new documentary MLK FBI. Available on demand on iTunes and Amazon.

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"cointelpro" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"cointelpro" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Century in America. The King in his time was a holy divisive figure unloved by millions of Americans, particularly white Americans, who despised him for his righteous opposition to white supremacy. And for his holding up a mirror to American history in our violent realities. The same government that eventually cooperated with some of Martin Luther King's legislative agenda also tried to end his public life. J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI went to fantastic lengths to disgrace Dr King to get him off the political map once and for all. This FBI effort is the subject of a new documentary film called MLK, FBI. Here's Jelani Cobb, a staff writer and historian. As you see in the film, the FBI opened a dossier on Dr King in 1955, purportedly out of concern that the movement had been infiltrated by people with ties to the Communist Party. But as the movement grew and developed, the FBI's tactics switched from mere surveillance to an active campaign to discredit King and his work. The film was directed by Sam Pollard, whose documentary is an American history go back to his work on eyes on the prize, the serious from the late 19 eighties. So if you talk about how the surveillance of Dr King began, the surveillance began around one cave start become a national common it figure in the late fifties early sixties. Now remember the FBI and started thinking of Cointelpro counterintelligence program where they were surveilling and wiretapping. You know, and he's dropping on people who they thought were dangerous. I mean, it went beyond King. It was also mount the Max. It was the nation of Islam. It would later be the Black Panther Party and be Angela Davis. A party. They thought that they felt was going to change the status quo of America. They want to surveil and keep constant vigilance over J. Edgar Hoover and William Sell them saw him as a Basically saw him as a terrorist of domestic terrorism. And they felt like when he was doing you know is going to change with America was supposed be like I mean America before you turn 52 in a time of segregation and Jim Crow Is America where black people on the periphery and now all the sudden you have this leader, you know who became who develop his reputation from the Montgomery bus boycott. Basically saying America needs to integrate. They've even recognized black people. And this was absolutely frightening to Hoover and Sullivan and to basically many white Americans. I mean, if you go back, you look at the film. There's the television show the Kings on And the white journalists is to him. What excuse For what reason? You all for foreign for this approach.

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"cointelpro" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"cointelpro" Discussed on KCRW

"Is The New Yorker Radio hour. I'm David Remnick. On Monday will honor Martin Luther King Jr. Whose work on civil rights was one of the turning points of the 20th century in America. The King in his time was ah, holy divisive figure unloved by millions of Americans, particularly white Americans, who despised him for his righteous opposition to white supremacy. And for his holding up a mirror to American history in our violent realities. The same government that eventually cooperated with some of Martin Luther King's legislative agenda also tried to end his public life. J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI went to fantastic lengths to disgrace Dr King to get him off the political map once and for all. This FBI effort is the subject of a new documentary film called MLK, FBI. Here's Jelani Cobb, a staff writer and historian. As we see in the film, the FBI opened a dossier on Dr King in 1955, purportedly out of concern that the movement had been infiltrated by people with ties to the Communist Party. But as the movement grew and developed, the FBI's tactics switched from mere surveillance to an active campaign to discredit King and his work. The film was directed by Sam Pollard, whose documentary is an American history go back to his work on eyes on the prize, the serious from the late 19 eighties. So if you talk about how the surveillance of Dr King began, the surveillance began around caves start becoming a nationally prominent figure in the late fifties early sixties. Now remember the FBI and started think all Cointelpro counterintelligence program where they were surveilling and wiretapping. You know, and he's dropping on people who they thought were dangerous. I mean, it was it went beyond King. It was also married to Max. It was the nation of Islam. It would later be the Black Panther Party and be Angela Davis. Anybody. They thought that they felt was going to change the status quo of America. They want to surveil and keep constant vigilance over jangle, who've been with himself and saw him as a Basically song is a terrorist, a domestic terrorist and they felt like when he was doing you know is going to change with America was supposed be like I mean, they're America before he's and fifties during the time of segregation and Jim Crow. Is America where black people on the periphery and now all of a sudden you have this leader, you know who became to develop his reputation from the Montgomery bus boycott. Basically saying America needs to integrate they need that recognize black people. And this was absolutely frightening to Hoover and Sullivan and to basically many white Americans. I mean, if you go back, you look at the film. There's the television show the Kings on And the white journalist says to him. What excuse For what reason? You all for foreign for this approach.

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"cointelpro" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"cointelpro" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"But I'd be surprised if they weren't paying attention to some of that stuff that even you know, other outside actors are working on Actually, Howard. I want to ask you a similar similar question. You know, when we were talking about prosecution, I think From a historical standpoint, there's a really interesting question because we've seen These kind of armed militia show up before across the country on occupied occupied, You know, state buildings, federal buildings. What happened in Michigan with the plan to kidnap the governor? And there's been this conversation that those folks are not Treated as dangerous or not treated as violent or not necessarily treated as armed that they're shooting as protesters exercising their first Amendment right and and therefore often are far less likely to be arrested or to be prosecuted than, say, a black lives matter. Protestors who breaks the window. How do you think we can Take take what happened last week seriously and reconcile some of the disparity in terms of how how folks are are prosecuted and punished for crimes. And to set this in such a difficult question, right? Because if you think about black lives matter activists in Baltimore in 2015 after Freddie Gray's murder Success inspired planes. They had sting Ray technology, which are machines that mimic cell phone towers. So everything pings there to begin with. So there was certainly the potential cause we're now finding more and more information that people actually had a pretty good idea what was going down before it actually happened. We also know that in the COINTELPRO Pro era, the counterintelligence program era of the 19 sixties and 19 seventies The federal government had tons of agents embedded in these communities in these organizations, feeding back information and sowing seeds of dissent, So there is a history off the federal government intervening in movements. Question we need to ask ourselves is do we want to replicate that right? Even if we find white supremacy and anti Semitism and all of the ugliness that we saw happen next week, morally reprehensible. What does it look like Police? If we're committing ourselves to a new understanding of justice, and we're committing ourselves to this prison abolitionist frame, what is it actually look like To do this, and you know I will leave that in the hands of the people who will be doing this process because we're not gonna have you know, restorative justice happen in the next year, right? That's that's just a fact. But what I just keep thinking about, especially now that there's conversations about creating a commission. You look at this. What This event that happened in commissions are kind of Want to. They're worthless because they have lots of information for historians, but they tell us the same thing that we already know. But I keep thinking of what would a truth and reconciliation process look like? What would a piece so to speak? Process look like like we saw in Rwanda like we saw in South Africa. Apartheid, those art perfect processes. But they helped those nations tell the truth about what happened. And we cannot move forward until we have an honest accounting off that truth and set of just, you know, writing people off is being whack a doos or, you know, far right, radicalized. This is something we need to confront and to see for it for what it is and then move forward from there. If you are just joining us, you are catching the tail in of the tail end of an absolutely brilliant conversation with our guest. Odette Yousef. Professor Ashleigh Howard. Um, I What I think the conversation around the first Amendment always always comes up. Always comes up for me more when we're talking about things like, um, the Confederate flag right folks will start. Folks who do not agree with flying. The Confederate flag will start to say, But folks have the right to do so. Uh Donald Trump has recently been banned from every social media platform ever, including Pinterest. This guy is not allowed to learn how to make banana bread. Um You know, Dad as a member of the Free press. How How do you? How do you respond? Toc something like that Social media band. And do you think that It's It's an inappropriate variety of censorship that it is getting getting in the way of our president's First Amendment rights. I honestly don't understand that whole First Amendment argument with social media like the cos It's like patronizing a business like they could refuse you service if they want, like, I don't really understand that hole. Dancers here for breastfeeding. Okay, well, leading a riot. Yeah, I mean, so I I don't I don't get it on. Do you know, I think that what we're seeing is that you know, people will always be able to find another social media platform to go, Tonto. Yeah, I just like I kind of refused to engage with that argument because it doesn't make any sense. Thank you so much for speaking to that yourself. And I think it's ah, powerful thing for a member of the free press or for somebody who is reporting to say, Hey, this is this is an area where I'm not necessarily sure people get to feel entitled, um to to a space that is, you know, it's the it's a private company. Actually, Howard, I'm gonna ask you the same question in in response to this social media banned in response to kind of you know, what folks are saying is is censorship or censorship of the right. You know, you just said do we want to go down the same road? We've gone down before in terms of policing and arresting white supremacists on day and, you know, reinforcing the things we have a problem with when it comes to mass incarceration. Do do we reinforce ideas? We have a problem with when we allow for somebody to be banned from social media. Has because their opinions are considered dangerous. I think it's as evidence by what happened last week. There are some opinions that are patently dangerous. Right. Five people are dead. Historic building has been to Matt damage and not that property is, you know we should put property above people, but Is our system. Our democracy has been irreparably harmed by these actions. And so I think it is very important to think about what the rep recut oceans of our actions.

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"cointelpro" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"cointelpro" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Talk some about the COINTELPRO pull them. We talked about it in other problems, too. But let's talk about how it affected specifically the American Indian movement, and that's also mentioned that Possibly the best book about it was written by a native American by Ward Churchill. Word. Churchill is done done in a number of analysis, and I believe the book you're referring to is called agents of repression, and there are a number of other books out and in fact, some of the The best files on Queen Tell Pro activities are the FBI files themselves because you get a good indication of what's going on. And you have to always assume that some of the best stuff never made it into the public per view that it was just simply destroyed or never discovered within the FBI. Counterintelligence programs. Coin Tell Pro was a program, which was used against organizations like the Socialist Workers Party, the Black Panthers. The weather underground on several other, UM, organizations on the left and on the right because it was a program that didn't go into Ah, the activity of so much analyzing the propensity of violence. Or to try to prevent violence but was designed to destroy the internal infrastructures of these organizations. And it was done by, uh, discrediting individuals within the organization. If you're a professor at the university and belonged to one of these organizations Theo FBI might visit your employer on FBI may visit People who fund your program and put in a good word are put in a good word and say, you know, whisper campaign where they're saying, Geez, Do you know who your funding This guy's a Communist? He's got these kinds of ties. All of a sudden you find that your funding is jeopardized or you're finding that within the University of individuals who are beginning to move and position against you, you might find that Um your home at mail was broken broken into, uh, phones were tapped for purposes of disrupting activity. One of the most successful psychological things that was utilized against these groups. Woz what they call bad Jack eating in prison. Or the framing of informants in other places. So what? What they did was to plant information which might indicate to other people. That Ah, an individual within that organization was cooperating with law enforcement. In many times, individuals who were planting those kinds of informations were Improbability the individuals who were actually working for law enforcement officials. And so this whisper campaign within the American Indian movement took its toll not just in the murder of anime Ock, wash, but took its toll and many, many other ways. There were many individuals during the era starting in 1970 through through 1976, right up to 1999 in the year 2000. In in which ah A person can be discredited by making it appear that they may be involved in one with law enforcement. And so this was the whisper campaign. That was utilized against enemy picked to AC Wash because she was effective. In part because she was close to Dennis Banks. She was personally involved in a relationship with Dennis Banks in 1974, who was one of the leaders who was one of the leaders of the American Indian movement that key three leaders at that time or Dennis Bangs. Russell Means and Clyde Belcourt out of Minneapolis. And actually, with Russell, spending most of his time on a Pine Ridge, the third highest ranking member of the American Indian movement was The Ames security chief, and his name was Doug Dir Ham, and he was not an informer. He described himself as an operative someone who went in and did a Intelligence analysis of where the movement Woz who was doing what? Hey allegedly siphoned money. He allegedly in January of 1975 during the novitiate take over Ah, near them a nominee. Indian reservation here in Wisconsin, had to Dennis Banks in her palace pulled into a room in which he pointed out several individuals as potential informants because either Drove a new car couldn't explain something. Maybe they didn't go to ceremonies. Maybe they were involved. Maybe they weren't part of the program. The way the leadership wanted someone to be the program that is is a Question certain policy issues. And so these indigent individuals were pulled in and questioned by, um these individuals, and there was other individuals president during that time as well. About their status of whether or not they were working for law enforcement authorities and we're told that there was rumors that they were Working for the FBI. So, uh, So the FBI agent was accusing others of being FBI agents. Yes, yes, And and I and I would simply put it this way, if if Doug Dirt Ham pointed out anybody within their American Indian movement As someone who might have been an informant. There's probably a 99% probability that they weren't in that what they were with someone who function very well in terms of organizing. They were a key component. In food or transportation or telecommunications, or they had an asset that the FBI wanted to discredit and cut off from the movement. So, yes, I wish I had more time to tell you about both off these situations with Judi Bari on enemy request pulled. The main does does reveal later that indeed, she was killed by members of the American Indian movement came because she was pointed as an FBI agent by an FBI agent. So in a sense, you might say that she was killed by the FBI. The two movies nowadays that you could see the trail of the Chicago seven and Sieberg, both of them about co inter pro to some cocoa. Great, um degree. I am still waiting to see the movies that describe what they did to the to the African American people in Native American people, and so on and so forth. We are staying in Indian country. Um, the show from February 18 98 I I learned about Melissa buckles. Also from news from Indian Country, A woman who was, uh, a founding member of citizens for constitutional reform on the fourth pick conservation in Montana, and she makes some very serious allegations in, um this clip of things happen. Just the day before that. We got to call in the station from a woman knowing Lauren L'm Ellie, who had been living on the Shan reservation in Montana, and she had the same story. So she was also a guest in the studio. That will not go into here. Hell, let's go toe Melissa buckles. Okay, so we see it. We see Ah, large number of drugs coming onto the reservation. And like I say, As a result, there have been some co opting of Local officials, Um We believe that there's a direct tie into the FBI. Um there was a clandestine CIA operation that was acting Taking place at the Glasgow airport space, which is right on the border of the Fort Peck Indian Reservation on our western border within eight miles, So we had all of this, um Federal agency activity which allowed this to go on and and we received information..

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"cointelpro" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"cointelpro" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"9 11. There were reports that Pakistani intelligence that helped the Taliban By dialysis machines. Um, and the rumor was that these were wanted for Osama bin Laden. Doctors at the hospital told CBS News. There was nothing special about that night, but they refused our request to see any records. Government officials tonight denied that Osama bin Laden had any medical treatment on that night. But it was Pakistan's president Musharraf, who said in public what many suspected that could laden suffers from kidney disease, saying he thinks bin Laden may be near death is evidence watching this most recent video showing a pale and haggard bin Laden is left hand, never moving. Bush administration officials admit they don't know if the gladness sick Or even with respect to the issue of some lady's health. I just don't have any knowledge. Us has no way of knowing who in Pakistan's military or intelligence supported the Taliban or Osama been loved. Maybe up to the night before 9 11 by arranging dialysis to keep him along with us may not know if those same people might help him again, perhaps to freedom. They're counting on you to have to stop gap in memory and not remembering. What happened? After 9 11 because we were so shocked that we didn't take time. To understand that we have been lured into The whole males from problems. I mean, we have consensus myths and lies that created by the government. They're creating think tanks and Bilderberg meetings in you name it, And it's encouraged by the media, and they refused to challenge government. They refused to challenge a candidate there behind, obviously, and so they do a lot of team creating a lot of psychological engineering, So I mean, I've always said One of the biggest myths of all time is Osama bin Layden. He's a real person, okay, don't get me wrong, but he was a construct as well. He's a strong man. He's a patsy. He was a visual aid for the terror process. He was a remarkable sock puppet and, of course for Cointelpro operations. He was wonderful. Now we have the deep statements information happening now again, maybe..

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"cointelpro" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"cointelpro" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Think about conspiracy theories is that if Cointelpro was being used, they take a lot of circumstantial stuff, and they make it sound believable. And as I said, the deep state doesn't sleep, and I'm looking at this and saying Wait you This looks like a shell game type of things. Shell game strategy similar to the stories of Hitler's surviving the war and Living in South America and the Nazi pipeline, you know, Project paperclip and all that stuff. It's awful. It's awfully coincidental that a retro causal asset like Osama bin Laden is haunting an election. Okay, if you want the truth about what is going on here, you may want to go back. To some of the reports that were put out. By the mainstream media. And and we've done that before we talk about 9 11, you go back. This is just after the 9 11 attacks. This is CBS News reporting about Osama bin Laden being you're dead or or even dead. Here we go. Has the United States and its allies in the war on terrorism. Press the hunt for Osama bin Laden. CBS News has exclusive information tonight about where bin Laden wass and what he was doing. In the last hours before his followers struck the United States. September 11th. This is a result of hardnosed investigative reporting by a team of CBS news journalist and by one of the best foreign correspondents in the business, CBS's Barry Petersen. Here is Peterson's explosive report. Everyone remembers what happened on September 11th. Here's the story of what may have happened the night before. It is a tale of twisted as the hunt for Osama bin Lung. CBS.

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"cointelpro" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"cointelpro" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Roger's many mix morning. Everybody is deejay envy. Angela Yee Shall I mean the guy? We are the breakfast club We're still kicking it with now is Roger and astronomy now has been your experience racism all throughout my life. I've had guns in my face over and over, over and over again by cops, orifice, random white people. If I'm down south Plains from there, we played in Augusta G. A B. Well, happy playing, James. Hold man. I walked out. I was going to horse riding stable. Etudes rolled up on the guns in my face more. Is that your girlfriend because manager clubs. I asked her to take me to a horse riding academy and she was from Ireland. And she said, Oh, yeah, this one right down the road. I tried because I was even too young to get his car. You can't rent a car. 21 drove me to defy a life of my girlfriend whom I would be It would be. No, no, not that one that one of the 100 I could talk to you about 100 times that you beat police or just man. My people would have some kind of beef, you know, Use back off serious n word so That reality has always been my world. Even in the music game. You grew up in the civil rights movement, but she was young. But did you understand the magnitude of that moment? Because I know eventually you became a black panthers, So I'm just trying to figure out, you know. What was sparked on it. Yeah, I did understand it. So I was in elementary school when President Kennedy got shot in 1963, and I remember one girl in the class. Saying, Yeah, it's a tragedy. But you know, Martin Luther King could be president. Just like president and all the teams jumped on our dear ups, and I went over and I protected her and I walked her home. And she became my sort of girlfriend at 11 year olds. Go on the way. Yeah. Comes Theo you You didn't get lucky. And for some reason, even though I was like the joke of the class because I spoke to speak, they backed off her and very soon after that. The Beatles came on Sullivan show and she told me to come over how much of you and I remember talking about Dr Marlow became could be president. President Kennedy and things like that. Never 11 years old and this is I hated me like a ton of bricks because it all started to unfold in front of my face. These things were on television every night and as a young black girl, she opened my mind a lot. So when I was in the black Panthers when I was 16 years old 1000 by fences from which lead to 17, and then when I became 17 That's when the FBI Cointelpro that program just destroyed the black at the party and make you believe that your best friend I was a cop or your best friend was going to stab you in the back. Wow, if you could have been in New York City at that time and seeing the level Of sophistication of the Cointelpro Graham. Um, it was just incredible. Made us realize that these were Children trying to fight Sophisticated government that had weaponry that we couldn't even imagine and just end that sort of black Krampus story. What really is a good thing in my heart? So many of those informants and FBI agents are police training that set up up and went against us. Many of them have come up to me and apologize if they hurt my heart every day that I did this A few years ago, I was walking around and I went to visit the old office and I was standing there and a cop walked up to me, and he said that you were in the party, Marty. Like I said, Yeah, well, my brother was a cop before me, and I am apologizing for him. A real well, two years from my we got more with now. Rogers when we come back, don't move. It's the breakfast club company was brand new, which is hard got competitive by Stark. Just judge. I'm spending the holiday Lodge in my body got rid of Carson's touching. I could put a violin in his own pudding control. Just don't give me that tempo, pulled her. Don't let her friends in the building. Like the genie of inches am I mean those guys free smoke on the West Coast about three rows, dark hair like she goes, she built hometown Hero film also came out of my ego. She heard of my deep so she said Bay. There's a sort of hang around. Doesn't she wanted my lingo back then wasn't worried about me in the gym, trying to work him up. The money of the public sale. Yes, man, she little freak on count. She won't put us on the ground little boys trying to get on the ground. I can't switch on the fan switch on my resume in from every direction. Even some home is you wearing expression? I'd be discouraged, Sharing my blessing. We used to share a connection. Now I just feel like it's wearing stretch. I'm getting arrested. It's taking advice from people who never stare reflection. Somewhere in there is a lesson yelling evolving is very depressing. With the best about seeing me in the cardinal's section. Gotta change President under the water and wear protection. Got a career and I'm very invested. Some people call it very upset. I like to call it. I could be sitting with legs. Petey, we get some traction. I'm individuals, Peg. I'm digging except I've got a baby. Something only is she trying to get it? That's my type of distraction. That's my baby. She left come on, floating about get up a brand new sheets for the bed, they say Yeah. Wasn't tuned in Baghdad last week. They keep thinking. I don't know, verse. Quit asking brand new. Which is how I got since I confess it. Just Josh. I'm spending the holiday Large morning. Everybody.

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