ALERT: Soros-Funded Far Left Group To Create Spy-Ring In U.S.

by Terresa Monroe-Hamilton | August 23, 2017 11:30 am

Okay… let’s go there[1], shall we? A far-left group out of the UK funded by George Soros, Hope Not Hate (HnH), is now claiming they are expanding into the US and they are going to put undercover operatives in alt-Right groups. Gee… did they already do that in Charlottesville? Just asking, because the KKK was founded by Democrats and the leaders of Unite the Right all seem to have varying leftist backgrounds. I don’t want to go all conspiracy theory here, but it would not surprise me in the least. You know the left would just love to stage a violent event where they could label everyone on the right as racists.

The group tweeted out yesterday, “You bring your tiki torches. We’ll bring our undercover operatives.” Then they asked for money and help from the left to embed themselves in these groups. They are openly saying they are creating a subversive spy-ring in the US. Paging the FBI and DHS… you are needed on Marxist aisle six… cleanup. These guys are a registered charity in Britain and have targeted the British National Party and UKIP as well as other groups on the right there. They are instigators… operatives looking to stir up unrest and chaos to bring about ‘change’.


From Breitbart:

The UK far-left group Hope not Hate (HnH) claim that they are expanding into the United States and have promised to bring “undercover operatives” to the country.

Hope not Hate released the information on Twitter Tuesday afternoon urging followers to follow their new U.S. branch and donate to the project located at a new website address. The U.S. branch of the group tweeted out a picture from the Charlottesville torch march with the caption: “You bring your tiki torches. We’ll bring our undercover operatives.”

Hope not Hate are a registered charity in the UK and are synonymous with far-left causes and have traditionally targeted far-right figures and groups like the British National Party.

Yet more recently the group has set its sights on groups like political party UKIP[6] and has pursued campaigns against former leader Nigel Farage and right-wing journalist Katie Hopkins. Former UKIP parliamentary candidate Peter Harris claimed that HnH had acted as “attack dogs[7]” for Labour MP Jon Cruddas during this year’s general election.

Dr. Zuhdi Jasser, who is a Muslim reformist and activist, labels the group as “Orwellian.” He stated: “They’re basically doing the same thing as [Osama] Bin Laden and [Abu Bakr] Baghdadi [the leader] of ISIS… and the Saudi government.” This is the same group who trolls on Twitter, reporting people for hate speech. They were spotlighted by the Economist magazine for inflating the number of “hate speech” incidents on Twitter after the murder of MP Jo Cox by as much as 3,000 percent.

Their website is pretty bare bones currently and I don’t think these guys are stupid. Although, the left tends to be just that. They primarily use the site for donations at the moment, but recruitment is sure to follow. It does not reveal whether the operatives they will use will be from the US or the UK. I would imagine it will be a mix. They more closely resemble a terrorist cell than a spy-ring in my book. HnH is partially funded by the UK government and one of its directors is sitting Labour MP Ruth Smeeth. How’s that for corrupt?

The announcement of the new operatives may raise questions over the creation of a foreign-funded spy network operating in the United States. Or at least, I hope it does. They also have ties to the Southern Poverty Law Center and are Islamist apologists. I would say the left is upping their game and expanding tactics here. Perhaps they should be looked into.

  1. Okay… let’s go there:
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