As Turner took to his radio show and blog to say that those who opposed his extremist views deserve to die, he received thousands of dollars from the FBI to report on such groups as the Aryan Nations and the white supremacist National Alliance, and even a member of the Blue Eyed Devils skinhead punk band. Later, he was sent undercover to Brazil where he reported a plot to send non-military supplies to anti-American Iraqi resistance fighters. Sometimes he signed "Valhalla" on his FBI payment receipts instead of his own name.
His dual life of shock jock and informant offers a window into the murky realm of domestic intelligence in the years after the Sept. 11 terror attacks — in particular, the difficult choices for the FBI in penetrating controversial fringe groups with equally controversial informants.
Below is the face of a traitor. In his possession is a .22 caliber silencer.
First off, anyone that looks like that should be suspect right off the bat. Second, anyone that is holding up something that is illegal to buy or possess in the State of New Jersy regardless of ATF regs and does so publicly is a Fed. No ifs, ands or buts. Turner thought he could break laws with impunity just like his employer, the FBI. For the most part, he got away with it. Apparently, after his email was hacked the Feds cut him loose, but he's one of those guys you just can't fire.
People should have seen red flags flying all over the place with this guy, but the refused. Even after it was revealed that he had been working for the government, which many of us were almost certain but couldn't prove, his diehard followers couldn't see the light. And now, about 100 of them from what I can gather aren't going to see any light for a long time. Worse, he screwed up an operation to get supplies to the freedom fighters in Iraq through Brazil.
Listen, I know most of us out there want to do something. We ache for it. We want to grind our enemies into the dirt and throw the rest into the everlasting fire of hell. I know if we could get just TEN MEN in two man squads with sniper rifles equipped with a short list of high value targets, we could get something going. And somewhere out there, there's more than ten men who know what to do and how to do it. Following someone like Hal Turner though, is not the way to go. What Hal did basically, is take some motivated patriots and throw them to the Greatest of all Satans. This has to stop.
I ask all Patriots and future insurgents to be careful. Anyone that comes up to you and talks big and says he has weapons or helicopters (as in my case) and seems generally out of place, don't bite. If anyone you barely know and haven't checked out says he has some high quality machine guns you can have, stay away. You'll notice them. I've been tested in San Fran and here in Missouri already but I ain't some hothead (as much as I seem like it) that will jump at anything. Trust your senses, not who you are dealing with.
Here is a Fed right in the middle of a WP gathering. Good detective work exposed him. Look at how out of place this guy looks compared to the others.
If you do find some patriots you think you can work with or join up with that are ready to take action, make sure you have checked them out throughly first. Civil records, criminal records, credit records. If anything seems fishy, call some of the companies on the credit report and ask about the person's account number, when he opened it, who opened it. Stuff like that.
Even then, the person may not be a undercover cop but a "good citizen" working for the cops. Then you would have to either put bugs in their house (very easy to do) or a keylogger on their computer. Insurgency is serious business and if you think these measures are "too extreme", or you don't want to strip down or be stripped down for wires, then I suggest you just keep it at home and watch the news.
Never trust, always verify, and constantly monitor. It can be done. We are Aryans.