Saturday, March 6, 2010

FBI paid racist shock jock Hal Turner ‘in excess of $100,000′ | Raw Story

FBI paid racist shock jock Hal Turner ‘in excess of $100,000′ Raw Story

Raw Story with yet another stellar story. Here's some excerpts:

"According to Turner's lawyer, the shock jock was specially trained to incite fringe individuals. "His job was basically to publish information which would cause other parties to act in a manner which would lead to their arrest," attorney Michael Orozco said.

Turner's famously vile broadcasts began in 2002, though the one-time Pat Buchanan campaign coordinator did not begin his relationship with the FBI until 2003. Before Turner began his work in radio, he was a frequent guest on the Sean Hannity radio show in New Jersey."

Pretty much business as usual... just another incident on a long, long, list. Adding insult to injury, we pay for this harassment via our tax dollars.


Tom Metzger said...

Turners real job was to divert young right wingers from the Metzger lone Wolf plan also to divert the youth from Metzgers plan to move the Separatist cause left.Metzger has adopted all but the lefts position on race. The right and the feds are desparate
to spike this extreme anti corporate move.

Sharon Secor said...

Hello Tom...

Thank you for taking the time to comment. One thing I would add to your statement is that it is not only the right and the feds that are desperate to see this anti-corporate and anti-government movement fail. The left is heavily invested in big government, perhaps moreso even than the right.

Just a few minutes ago, I was discussing with a friend, over our morning coffee, the way that the anti-corporation, anti-state, and anti-tax movements are being painted in broad strokes by the media as white supremacist/racist, anti-semitical, terrorist, etc. and so on. Discussion of real issues is drowned out by shrill name calling and frothing anger at those that question the wisdom of trillion dollar deficits and senseless spending on wars and bridges to nowhere, as well as on bailing out private corporations -- banks -- with taxpayer money.

We, in my opinion, are far past left and right, Democrats and Republicans, in terms of who rules our nation. Left and right, in terms of the government, call themselves different, but fight for the same thing -- control of the population and control of the money. We see, it seems to me, a single, ruling class fighting to keep the masses and their own wealth under control and intact.

Thanks for coming by the blog, looking forward to hearing from you again!

Best Regards...

Sharon Secor said...

HA HA HA! I have a warped sense of humor, I guess. I just realized who I was speaking to. Kind of ironic, considering the conversation I was having this morning.

Well, while you and I, Tom, will NEVER agree on subjects relating to race, I do see that we have common ground in terms of the economy, the fraud of fiat currency, the shameful state of our political system. I support your right to choose not to associate yourself with other races.

However, I do not support achieving those ends by violence or trying to legislate superiority of one race over another. I think, personally, that focusing on race is falling prey to the multitude of diversionary tactics employed from above to ensure that the lower economic classes never do really come together to challenge the financial elite's control of resources.


Anonymous said...


Very well said on both postings. I've noticed, as well, the media's campaign to broad stroke those who don't wish to lock/step and kowtow to the agendas being promulgated by both the right and the left. It's very shameful, yet exceedingly common. Tells us something about the media, doesn't it? It might also be saying something about the presiding wisdom of the masses.

I think being an anarchist is a long, winding, solitary, and sometimes exceedingly lonely road. It's even more disheartening when we are painted as lunatic zealots on the fringe of sanity and humanity. However, I believe an anarchist civilization is the stopping point for us homo sapiens. What it will take to get there is anyone's guess. It's the logical conclusion for those of us whose political universe centers around freedom and the right of the individual to determine one's own destiny apart from corporate, governmental, or religious influence (for those of us who aren't particularly religious, that is).

At any rate, nice site. We need more women, like yourself, to buck the trend and swim against the tide of biology....