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It’s tough to keep track of all the FBI’s programs—programs they’re actively using against the American people. Most of us are familiar with COINTELPRO, a program from the 1960s and 1970s that was supposedly targeted at radical leftists. It’s out there for everyone to read up on and is often cited as a shameful instance of  suppression against supposedly innocent Americans, and it very well might have been.

Here’s just a snippet of what Wikipedia has to say about COINTELPRO:

COINTELPRO (a syllabic abbreviation derived from Counter Intelligence Program) was a series of covert and illegal[1][2] projects conducted between 1956 and 1971 by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) aimed at surveilling, infiltrating, discrediting, and disrupting American political organizations that the FBI perceived as subversive.[3][4][5][6] Groups and individuals targeted by the FBI included feminist organizations,[7][8] the Communist Party USA,[9] anti–Vietnam War organizers, activists in the civil rights and Black power movements (e.g., Martin Luther King Jr., the Nation of Islam, and the Black Panther Party), environmentalist and animal rights organizations, the American Indian Movement (AIM), Chicano and Mexican-American groups like the Brown Berets and the United Farm Workers, independence movements (including Puerto Rican independence groups such as the Young Lords and the Puerto Rican Socialist Party), a variety of organizations that were part of the broader New Left, and white supremacist groups such as the Ku Klux Klan[10][11] and the National States’ Rights Party.[12]

The FBI has used covert operations against domestic political groups since its inception; however, covert operations under the official COINTELPRO label took place between 1956 and 1971. Many of the tactics used in COINTELPRO are alleged to have seen continued use, including discrediting targets through psychological warfare; smearing individuals and groups using forged documents and by planting false reports in the media; harassment; wrongful imprisonment; illegal violence; and assassination.[13][14][15][16] According to a Senate report, the FBI’s motivation was “protecting national security, preventing violence, and maintaining the existing social and political order”.[17]

Notice how quickly Wikipedia labels COINTELPRO as ‘illegal.’ Keep that in mind as we delve into another sordid story involving an FBI program you’ve probably never heard of, called PATCON. Despite being equally suppressive and likely illegal, Wikipedia never mentions it. The likely reason it remains one of the web’s best-kept secrets? It targets those the FBI and the left consider the “real enemies” of their precious democracy: right-wing Christians.

One astute X user took a deep dive into the PATCON mystery, methodically peeling back the layers of this disturbing program, which isn’t easy to do since it’s so deeply guarded.


Watching @Black_Pilled’s PATCON series on Odysee — we’ve all heard of COINTELPRO and how the FBI supposedly “suppressed” leftists in the 60s & 70s. But did you know Wikipedia doesn’t even have articles on PAT-CON at all? If you were Joe Normie, you’d never even know it existed!

The reason the Boston Marathon bombing article comes up is because “PATCON” appears in the title of a cited article — in the “Conspiracy Theories” section of the Boston Marathon article. 🤡

Thanks, Wikipedia! Without this I might have thought the FBI knowingly enabled terrorism.

I love, just love, how the Wiki page calls it an “alleged practice,” then links to a published journal article about the documented history that the FBI has, in fact, done this. 🥴

Wiki editors are no different from journalists. All they do is lie.

The gist of it is that it’s basically what lefties claim COINTELPRO was, but targeting RWers instead.

Feds using informants and agitators to entrap targets, instigate or enable “terror attacks,” etc. so that the events can be used as propaganda.

In truth, though, COINTELPRO also targeted RWers as well as leftists. There was so much *actual* leftist terror being done by sincere actors that the feds didn’t need to manufacture any.

So, what exactly is the PATCON program? Well, a research paper from Rutgers University outlines it this way:


Since September 11, 2001, the U.S. government as well as police departments across the United States, most notably the New York City Police Department (NYPD), have been collecting intelligence targeting Muslim American communities. The controversial surveillance practices include the use of confidential informants, undercover operations, and entrapment, and infringing upon civil rights and civil liberties in the name of national security. A decade before 9/11, however, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) conducted the same practices against a completely different demographic—Christian Right militants, through a program called PATCON, short for Patriot Conspiracy. Building upon the concept of surveillance as social sorting (Lyon 2013) and surveillance and terrorism (Monahan 2012), this article will compare the histories of surveillance practices as undertaken by the FBI on American Christian Right militants with the tactics used by the NYPD on non-militant Muslim Americans.

For a deeper dive into the PATCON program, we encourage you to check out the Odysee podcast. Click here to listen to the full discussion and get enlightened on this very shadowy program targeting Christians and the folks on the right.