False flags in Detroit: On the multipolar grift and the disinformation ecosystem
A 35 year old woman, Randi Nord, was arrested in Detroit for an attack on a synagogue and on a Scientology church. She was charged with "ethnic intimidation and vandalism" she spray painted antisemitic graffiti on the front of a Royal Oak Synagogue in April.
Nord also has made threats to airports in Oakland County and Wayne County. Around the time of the incident in Royal Oak, Nord told police she also painted a swastika on a child’s stroller and on a car at a synagogue in Oak Park.
Minneapolis-based Mint Press is best known for its story based on one unknown reporter’s claim that the Syrian rebels were behind the August 2013 chemical attack that killed 1,300. The story went viral. Russian President Vladimir Putin cited it to defend Assad. The Christian Science Monitor found the story “mind-boggling” and asked if it was a “disinformation operation.” Mint Press stands behind it, despite the findings of a U.N. Commission that the chemicals “appear to come from the stockpiles of the Syrian military.” Mint Press is accountable only to its anonymous funders.Among those funders are AIPAC. No, not that AIPAC, but the Association for Investment in Popular Action Committees, via its "Serena Shim Award", a vehicle for transferring money to pro-Iranian alt-media outlets, which has supported the pro-Assad disinformation outlet Grayzone and its team members Max Blumenthal and Aaron Mate (and former team member Ben Norton), among others. AIPAC also paid Ohio politician Dennis Kucinich (now anti-vaxxer Robert F Kennedy's campaign manager) $20,000 to attend a pro-Assad conference in Britain and give a speech there (which he returned after heavy criticism).
They receive helping hands from a number of shady media organizations and fringe voices that include Russian disinformation network RT, TeleSur in South America, reknown racists Richard Spencer, Tucker Carlson, a nazi school shooter and even ex-KKK wizard David Duke.
Though they claim to write from the left, their digital fog-machine defies political boundaries, incorporating anti-semetic smears about Soros that have white-supremacist origins, genocide denial tricks pioneered by European fascist parties and the “always discredit or insult rather than respond to fact” tactics of sociopaths like Alex Jones.
Every social movement in the world they dislike is the fault of the CIA, and every government they support, which are unfailingly disturbingly authoritarian, can do no wrong.
These fearless champions of state-violence cheer police forces brutalizing protesters, deny well-documented death squads and rationalize oppression at every turn.
One of synagogue false flagger Randi Nord's 14 followers appears to have been "pan-secessionist" Keith Preston (think proto-Boogaloo Boys), who posted a few articles, a speech, and an interview btw her and Danny Haiphong to his website, Attack the System, from 2018-2020. pic.twitter.com/iFj4UpmcNM— Alexander Reid Ross (@areidross) May 18, 2023
one tweet promoting her.
Can't get over the fact that the alleged synagogue vandal Randi Nord spoke about Yemen at the UNHRC. pic.twitter.com/ImGSFgkOfl— The A.C.E.R.B.I.C. Nerd (@acerbicnerd) May 19, 2023