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Russian Documents Show Desire To Stir Up Racial Discord And Violence In The U.S.

Russian Documents Show Desire To Stir Up Racial Discord And Violence In The U.S.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks to the media after the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018. Putin and Trump “said hi to each other,” according to the Russian leader’s spokesman — but didn’t shake hands or otherwise interchange, even during the “family photo” when leaders rub elbows as they get into place and usually exchange small talk. (Mikhail Klimentyev, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP)

Russia’s plans to meddle in American society include extending tensions far beyond politics, according to recent reports. Documents detailing communications between associates of Kremlin-linked Yevgeny Prigozhin revealed a Russian plot to exploit racial tensions by manipulating and radicalizing Blacks in the U.S., NBC News reported.

Though NBC has not independently verified the documents, they were released by the London-based Dossier Center, an investigative project whose forensic analysis has produced authentic communications in the past. The information comes after U.S. intelligence has already warned Russia and China are looking to interfere in America’s 2020 elections.

Among the most deranged in the proposal was the plan to recruit Blacks with criminal records “for combat prep and training in sabotage” at “camps in Africa.” Afterwards, Russians planned to send those recruits back into American society to stir up violence and push for independent states in the South,” NBC reported.

Prigozhin was indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller for his role in Russia’s 2016 meddling, including the country’s use of social media to target Blacks. His associates had far greater disruptions in mind.


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“It does not surprise me at all the extent to which Russia would go to undermine our democracy and really target divisions that already exist within our country,” U.S. Rep. Val Demings said.

Demings, who is Black, made history as the first woman to become the chief of the Orlando Police Department and she currently represents Florida’s 10th Congressional District. She said America is vulnerable to Russia’s plots because it hasn’t effectively dealt with racism as a country.

While it is not clear whether the plot was ever implemented, U.S. Intelligence cautions that Americans be diligent and prepared during the upcoming elections.

“Our adversary is coming at us,” said Frank Figluzzi, the FBI’s former Assistant Director for Counterintelligence. “We should expect it to happen now leading up to the 2020 election and these documents indicate we’re gonna see it on steroids.”