UPDATE: More Unusual Kremlin Suspects
If you need proof that Russian intelligence will work with just about anybody in the West to destabilize the West, no matter how bizarre they are, here you go
Yesterday’s newsletter exposed one of the American co-conspirator networks run by the Russian national Aleksandr Viktorovich Ionov, the Russian intelligence co-optee who was just indicted by the Department of Justice for employing Americans to influence and destabilize U.S. politics and elections. Through his pseudo-NGO called the Anti-Globalization Movement of Russia (AGMR), which functions as a front for the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB), Ionov recruited, paid, and manipulated Americans to do Moscow’s bidding from late 2014 until just a few months ago.
The lead part was played by what the DoJ indictment termed U.S. Political Group 1 in Florida, with its four American Unindicted Co-Conspirators. Thanks to an FBI raid on its St. Petersburg headquarters on Friday, we know that it’s the Uhuru House, known more formally as the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement, the activist arm of the African People’s Socialist Society. Since 1972, this small group of far-Left black radicals has kept the torch of Pan-African liberation aflame on Florida’s Suncoast – for the last eight years with the Kremlin’s secret backing.
But what are U.S. Political Group 2 in Georgia and U.S. Political Group 3 in California, with their respective UIC-5 and UIC-6?
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