Alt-Observer – Daily Roll-Up for 5 January

This report is a roll-up of activity from revolutionary communist, radical anarchist, fascist, and other ‘alternative’ political groups that fulfill our intelligence requirements for both the Alt-Left and Alt-Right for Friday, 05 January 2018. Activities included are from Berkeley, Nebraska, New Jersey, Washington DC, the UK, and South Carolina.

 

Berkeley: The Court commissioner of Alameda County ordered that Antifa leader Yvette Felarca must pay for filing a “frivolous restraining order” against a Berkeley College Republican. The radical leftist middle school teacher attempted to get a restraining order against the leader of the GOP group, Troy Worden, which led to Worden denying any wrongdoing and subsequently prompting his attorney to seek legal fees. As a result, Felarca must pay over $11,000 in legal fees to Worden. (Source: https://twitter.com/MarkMeuser/status/949276051565264896)

Nebraska: a man with white supremacist links attempted to hijack an Amtrak train in Nebraska. Court documents released by the FBI Thursday revealed that the Missouri man had, “an interest in killing black people” and has since been charged in the U.S District Court with, ‘terrorism attacks and other violence against railroad carriers and mass transportation systems.” (Source: https://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2018/01/05/FBI-Man-with-interest-in-killing-black-people-attempted-to-hijack-Amtrak-train/2151515131772/)

New Jersey: Essex County College is being sued by a free-speech group for the dismissal of a professor who debated the Black Lives Matter movement on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight. (Source: http://www.thecollegefix.com/post/40680/)

 

Notable Activities: 

A new AI program is being developed by a former NSA hacker to find and identify hate symbols online

DC Antifa leader and professor at John Jay College jokes about dead cops on Twitter

UK Universities Minister Jo Johnson announced that universities who fail to enforce free speech will be subject to government fines

White nationalists are protesting a monument to be erected in South Carolina that will honor African-Americans who fought for the Confederacy

NFL ratings are down 9.7% amidst controversial player protests, but games are still dominating television ratings

The NRA claims that president Trump is treated worse by the mainstream media than Kim Jong-Un

Donald Trump’s first year of presidency coincided with a 50-year low in the number of police officers killed in the line of duty

The Huffington Post published an article that gives advice on how to be a better activist

The Washington Monthly has called for the removal of President Trump

 

Events:

Jan 8: MeTooMilitary stand down at the pentagon to raise awareness about sexual assault in the military

 

Samuel Culper is a former Intelligence NCO and contractor. Iraq(x1)/Afghanistan(x2). He now studies intelligence and warfare.

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