10 Tips to Make Sure Your Activist Group Isn’t Set Up by the Feds

10 Tips to Make Sure Your Activist Group Isn't Set Up by the FedsTruth Alliance – by Jason Charles

The FBI and federal government have been caught red handed setting up groupsstaging terrorists attacks,staging drillscreating patsies, and infiltrating activist groups. Here are 10 good tips to avoid the embarrassment of your group ending up in the headlines as another excuse to further the police state agenda. No matter if your a 9/11 group, anti-GMO, anti-war, Christian, Muslim or whatever the cause may be. If you run a group these tips are for you  

#10 Make everybody introduce themselves each meeting

When meeting as an activist group always have new people stand up and introduce themselves at the start of each meeting. This is a huge deterrent to would be federal operatives who have to go to great lengths to create back stories in order to appear harmless and friendly to the cause of the group.

#9 Assign trusted group members to check on every new member

Assign a trusted individual to meet with the new people after the group or before if possible. Take down their names, email addresses, phone numbers and then have that person go home and research the new person, email them a welcome letter with the group rules, find their Facebook profiles and just do your do diligence to make sure that individual is exactly who they say they are.

#8 Always ask a ton of questions to new people

Ask new members many questions like, do they have a family? Do they live in town? Where or what part? How did you hear about the group? Have they participated in other activist networks, etc, etc. The more questions you can fire at them in rapid secession gives you more opportunity to check their back story, motives, intent and sincerity of the cause.

7# Every meeting and rally give a ‘non-violent disclaimer’ at the very start

Make sure you state at the beginning of each group that this is a non-violent group, that you never condone illegal or violent actions and if anyone makes suggestions towards violent acts or anything illegal that they will be immediately warned and no longer welcome.

#6 Look out for the lesser members

One thing federal agents are always doing is trying to find the weak person in the group, the dumb one who has great intentions but is not as smart as the rest. These are the ones that agents will cozy up to and start to gradually radicalize towards violence. As leadership you must recognize not everyone is hip to the fact there are wolves in their midst, so always be on the look out for people who make it their business to friend your friends and fellow activists both inside and outside the group.

#5 Make friends with local politicians, judges, police and sheriffs whenever possible

Don’t be afraid to develop relationships with your local law enforcement and public servants. You are not a violent group so make sure the officials in your town know it. This means schedule sit downs with a sheriff, talk to your politicians as much as you can, befriend police officers at every rally you hold and most of all be polite and respectful at all times. These people will be your greatest allies if the feds through DHS, the FBI, ATF or any other federal agency moving in on their jurisdiction looking to set you up.

#4 Familiarize yourself with the federal Fusion Centers

Every region in America is under the control of federalized Fusion Centers now and they are charged specifically with the task of gathering information on what they perceive as dissident groups. They are constantly being fed propaganda demonizing groups in America. They  try to get local law enforcements to take federal money, equipment, training, and information to instill a sense of fear about your group. Identify your local fusion center, go to their websites, anonymously call them, ask questions, look for alerts, drills, and anything they may being fed or are feeding your local township about your group. Beware when dealing with them it does no good to put yourself on their radar so try to gather this information as covertly as possible.

#3 Step up security

Have people designated as official security representatives of your group. This means they don’t participate they are charged with watching doors, backpacks, cars, trucks, cell phones, bulges under clothes anything and everything that could be deemed a threat to the safety of the group. These people should regularly meet together and discus security procedures. Every new setting whether a meeting hall or rally should be probed early and often for security holes and lapses. They also should have the means to protect the group meaning a legal, permitted,  concealed handgun that nobody knows except the top group leadership.

#2 Run your own safety drills

Have evacuation plans that every once in a while you go over with group members. Check fire exits, have first aid kits, fire extinguishers handy, and rendezvous points in case any federal informant or patsy decides to harm you or others in the group. Prepare for these situations, as unlikely as it may be always err on the side of caution. The more high profile and impacting your group becomes in the community the more it becomes a potential target for a staged provocateured action against. You are responsible for your members lives take this very seriously it will go a long way towards instilling confidence in the membership base.

#1 Never work with informants or do anything illegal

Do not be naive, never take things from random strangers like drugs, never talk about explosives, illegal firearms, etc, etc. Familiarize yourself with the laws in your state even obscure ones. Anything can be used to set you up and demonize your group these days and it is best you stay outside of the grey zone. When traveling as a group to locations or events only allow trusted individuals to carpool group members. The ability for death squad operatives to pick you up drug you, and leave you somewhere with a bomb, a gun or in the middle of a school shooting spree is a very very real possibility.

Conclusion

The tactics being leveled against genuine, honest, activist groups these days are especially nasty. It is your duty to keep informed and on high alert continuously to avoid a bad situation. Know that any mistake you make can be instantly turned into a media frenzy by the powers that be in order to step up the security state. This can not be over emphasized and must be on the radar as a very real possibility for anyone who is looking to right the evils we are now facing in our country. Keep these rules in mind, never lose hope and know that there are many out there that are fighting for a better future in the hope America can recover from the tyranny and oppression we face. God speed!

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4 thoughts on “10 Tips to Make Sure Your Activist Group Isn’t Set Up by the Feds

  1. “#6 Look out for the lesser members

    One thing federal agents are always doing is trying to find the weak person in the group, the dumb one who has great intentions but is not as smart as the rest. These are the ones that agents will cozy up to and start to gradually radicalize towards violence. As leadership you must recognize not everyone is hip to the fact there are wolves in their midst, so always be on the look out for people who make it their business to friend your friends and fellow activists both inside and outside the group.”

    Caesar did this when he was trying to spy and infiltrate Spartacus’ group who was trying to rebel and lead a revolt against the Roman Empire in Ancient Roman times. It caused a violent split in Spartacus’ group and many people were killed.

    History shows that this step is very important if your group is to succeed and fend off rogue members. So don’t underestimate it. It can lead your group to ruin real fast.

  2. >> #3 Security
    >> Have people designated as official security representatives of your
    >> group. This means they don’t participate they are charged with watching

    I’d suggest you might want to even include a couple of “security videographers” at each event w/ extra batteries & big SD cards on the video cameras. Heaven forbid anything nasty should happen at your event, but in the event it does, you’ll have multiple angles of live video on hand to help you and your lawyers (you first, cops later, maybe) prove your innocence, identify instigators and any abuse and violation of civil rights by the “authorities’. Don’t let them pin a false flag on you – have video evidence to prove them wrong! And if something does go down, have your security people protect the videographers so they can keep filming as long as possible. When it is no longer possible to keep filming, have them get the videographers to safety and pull those SD cards out of the cameras and secrete them ASAP. That way, if cops demand the cameras, you’ve still got your evidence. Have the cameras set up to record only to the SD card, not to the internal camera memory. Security folks may have to take the hit of an arrest if they hold the cops off long enough for the videographers to escape and extract SD cards, but if that happens, your group needs to help cover their legal fees. Please don’t leave them hanging out to dry on their own – they were doing their jobs.

  3. This is crazy, I would never be part of any group that did all these things to me. Fact is that many lawful things are illegal, and there is no safety except as a lone-wolf. I would say only 1 point needs to be made: don’t do anything illegal, don’t be too close to anyone you haven’t known all your life (or at least 10+ years). I think informants are fairly easy to spot: they have fast-thinking minds that will turn on a dime, and they will lie with a straight face, and they will adapt their “friendship” as they think is required of them. Normal honorable people don’t have these traits.

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