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22 June 2020 22:41

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U.S. Soldier Charged With Giving Classified Info to Satanic Neo-Nazi Group

AN US Army soldier "gave classified information about US troops overseas to a Satanic neo-Nazi group." The soldier is now facing charges which are set to be announced on Monday, NBC reported. 1 The soldier reportedly gave info to a Satanic neo-Nazi group Credit: AFP - Getty The outlet reported that the charges allege that the soldier gave information about the troops to the Order of the Nine Angles (O9A). most read in us news PARENT TRAP Cruel parents 'abandon devastated disabled son, 12, and move two miles away' SLASHED Man DISEMBOWELED after asking group 'what are you looking at?' TRACK & TRACE Floyd protester faces 80 YEARS jail after she was ID'd by customized T-shirt BLACKOUT China plotting 'Pearl Harbor-style EMP attack on US that would kill millions' 'YOU'RE NOT SORRY' Cop bailed in George Floyd death confronted by angry shopper at store The Southern Poverty Law Center described the group as an "occult neo-Nazi" organization. British lawmakers have called for the group to be banned, with the UK group Hope Not Hate citing it as a major influence on Nazi terror groups in the United States and Europe. A U.S. Army soldier is facing charges they allegedly gave classified military information to a white supremacist group with Satanic leanings.

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The charges, expected to be announced later Monday, allege the soldier gave information about U.S. troops stationed overseas to the Order of the Nine Angles (O9A), law enforcement and military officials told NBC News. The Southern Poverty Law Center has described it as an "occult neo-Nazi" organization, and British lawmakers have called for the group, which was founded there, to be banned. "O9A seeks to harness supernatural forces and overthrow the alleged 'Nazarene/Magian' (Jewish) influence on society, reduce the population of 'mundanes' through acts of extreme barbarism, and usher in a new imperial aeon (age) ruled by a race of Satanic supermen who would colonise the solar system," the group wrote in this year's report. A soldier in the United States Army is facing federal charges after allegedly providing classified information to a United Kingdom-based Nazi-Satanist group, according to a Monday report from NBC News. According to the report, the charges – which are expected to be announced Monday afternoon – claim that the soldier handed over classified information about U.S. troops stationed overseas to a group called the "Order of the Nine Angles," also known as ONA and O9A.

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Details on the charges are expected to be announced later today. — Tom Winter (@Tom_Winter) June 22, 2020 The UK organization "Hope Not Hate" earlier this year released a report on O9A, calling the organization one of "the most extreme" ideological groups in the world. "In brief, O9A seeks to harness supernatural forces and overthrow the alleged 'Nazarene/Magian' (Jewish) influence on society, reduce the population of 'mundane' through acts of extreme barbarism, and usher in a new imperial aeon (age) ruled by a race of Satanic supermen who would colonize the solar system," the report stated. Several UK political groups such as the Jewish Labour Movement and multiple members of UK parliament including Shadow Cabinet Office minister Stephanie Peacock and Shadow Policing Minister Louise Haigh have called for the group to be outlawed. The U.S. military has had a "white supremacist problem" for decades.

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Earlier this year the Military Times released a report stating that "more than one-third of all active-duty troops and more than half of minority service members say they have personally witnessed examples of white nationalism or ideological-driven racism within the ranks in recent months." The poll of more than 1,600 active-duty troops also showed that examples of white supremacy among the military was on the rise: The 2019 survey found that 36 percent of troops who responded have seen evidence of white supremacist and racist ideologies in the military, a significant rise from the year before, when only 22 percent — about 1 in 5 — reported the same in the 2018 poll. [images via Alex Wroblewski/Getty Images, YouTube/screengrab] Have a tip we should know? [email protected] According to NBC News, a U.S. soldier allegedly gave classified information to a Satanic neo-Nazi hate group in Europe known as Order of Nine Angles. The UK group Hope Not Hate, in its annual State of Hate report, cited O9A as a major influence on Nazi terror groups both in the United States and Europe. "O9A seeks to harness supernatural forces and overthrow the alleged 'Nazarene/Magian' (Jewish) influence on society, reduce the population of 'mundanes' through acts of extreme barbarism, and usher in a new imperial aeon (age) ruled by a race of Satanic supermen who would colonise the solar system," the group wrote in this year's report.

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Uh… okay. Information on the charges is sparse for now, but the ONA has been deemed an extremist group by, well, everyone… and for good reason. Messages seen by the Sunday Mail endorse sexual assault and murder. One chilling text called for the bombing of a Christian school. One reads: "Culling can be done either during an occult ritual or by practical means such as assassination or staged 'accidents'." For what it's worth, The Satanic Temple (which isn't extremist, espouses peace, and has no connection to this group) has nothing positive to say about the other group.

Spokesperson Lucien Greaves sent along this message this afternoon: One need not worry that the Order of Nine Angles represents some type of terroristic occultic uprising looking to harness military information toward some design of world conquest. ONA is actually an old, dippy mystical collection of low-quality minds who never evolved past the juvenile thrill of the pursuit of evil, appropriating whatever best seemed to fit that image. It's a "Satanic" organization that was run by a neo-Nazi who described himself as a convert to a form of radical Islam and borrowed heavily from H.P. Lovecraft, if that gives you any sense of the laughably confused nonsensical stupidity of these cosplaying wizards. I suppose that the point of this story is that we are lucky that military secrets weren't leaked to anybody who is at least capable of tying their own shoes. Reason for hope in an otherwise eyebrow-raising story. (Thanks to @DBryte) WASHINGTON (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 22nd June, 2020) A serving US Army soldier is being charged with leaking classified military information to a neo-Nazi, Satanist and white supremacist group called the Order of Nine Angles (O9A), NBC reported on Monday, citing enforcement and military sources. The charges will state that the accused gave the O9A information about US forces stationed overseas, the report said. The 09A advocates the "culling" - the extermination or radical reduction - of all supposedly inferior races and the colonization of the Solar System, according to the United Kingdom (UK)-based Hope Not Hate Organization. The three volumes of the 09A's Black Book of Satan are considered so extreme that they are kept in a special section of the British library and are not available to the general public, Hope Not Hate said.