Did FBI Send Racist Coloring Books to White Families in 1960s?

Steve Neavling

Several websites are reporting that the FBI mailed racist coloring books to white families in the 1960s in an effort to discredit the Black Panthers.

The drawings depict black people hitting and shooting police, who are depicted as pigs.

Websites such as infoWars.com and AshtarCommandCrew.net claim the coloring book was created by the FBI’s COINTELPRO, or Counter Intelligence Program.

COINTELPRO existed from 1956 to 1971 to discredit any organization considered subversive.


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  1. Down here in the whisper stream we knew about this in the early 1990’s when we brought Vermont Filmaker Roz Payne to speak and exhibit her collection of racist drawings done by FBI agents and posted in black communities. Roz had filed a FOIA request with the FBI in the late 1970’s for any material they had on the Black Panthers. What is amazing is this activity was funded by the taxpayer dime.
    Roz Payne recently issued a 4 DVD collection of her films of the black panthers that include an interview with retired FBI agent Wesley Swearingen. Swearingen discusses his job at the FBI was working on the San Fransisco FBI Racial Squad. The mandates of the FBI Racial Squad was to neutralize black community leaders and
    activists who did not reflect the Military-Corporation viewpoints of America. Tactics included using murder of the activists. Swearingen
    was instrumental in getting black Oakland activist Geronimo Pratt released from prison after he served over 25 years for a crime he did not commit. Yep he was framed by taxpayer funded FBI agents.The book written about Pratt LAST MAN STANDING depicts the FBI Death squad accurately.Visit Roz Payne at her website http://www.newsreel.us/

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