FBI Claims Former Marine Plotted Mass Murders & Rapes--Were They Involved?

FBI Claims Former Marine Plotted Mass Murders & Rapes–Were They Involved?

July 27, 2022 — Federal prosecutors are claiming that a former U.S. Marine and alleged “neo-Nazi” Matthew Belanger was plotting what they described as “mass rapes,” and “mass murders.” The question that we should all be asking is: was the FBI involved in radicalizing Belanger?

The reason I ask that question is simple. Over my many years of reporting on alleged extremist and terrorist activity, there always seems to be an FBI informant or numerous informants involved in radicalizing impressionable young men, or the mentally ill and indigent. Here are links to some of my prior reporting on related subject matter:


That list doesn’t even include the 20+ articles I have written covering the fake “Whitmer Kidnapping” plot hoax that was orchestrated by no fewer than 12 FBI informants and two undercover FBI agents.

We have learned that the FBI had informants in satanic “neo-Nazi” groups like the Order of Nine Angles (O9A), Temple of Blood (ToV), and Atomwaffen. The former Marine who was arrested was alleged to have been part of the “Rapekrieg” group, which is obviously tied to Atomwaffen and the O9A.

It appears he was talking to at least one or two FBI informants in the group, so it would not be surprising to find that the entire group were FBI operatives except for Mr. Belanger. He was arrested on a weapons charge, which is a minor offense; he is not actually charged with committing any rapes or murders.

RollingStone Magazine reported on his arrest, and they do not seem to mention the Rapekrieg group’s FBI connections. They know about these connections because they previously whitewashed them when they wrote about Ethan Melzer and O9A/ Atomwaffen leader Joshua Kaleb Sutter, the FBI informants and that the FBI was funding his publishing house, Martinet Press for 20 years. Sutter had been an informant since 2003. The FBI was funding the publishing of neo-Nazi, terrorist propaganda that advocated for mass murders (culling), rapes, child sexual abuse and more.

According to Rollingstone:

Federal prosecutors say a former U.S. Marine plotted mass murder and sexual assault to ‘decrease the number of minority residents’ in the United States as part of his membership in a far-right neo-Nazi group, ‘Rapekrieg.’

Matthew Belanger was arrested on June 10 in New York and charged with making false statements to a federal firearms licensee in order to make straw purchases of an assault rifle and handgun. Belanger pleaded not guilty to the firearms charges during an arraignment hearing on Monday.

In a July 14 court memo, federal prosecutors say that while a Marine, Belanger plotted far more serious crimes as part of the neo-Nazi group. The memo says Belanger trained with airsoft guns in the woods of Long Island as part of a plot to attack the ‘Zionist Order of Governments.’ The memo also says Belanger was the subject of an FBI Joint Terrorism Taskforce investigation into allegedly plotting to ‘engage in widespread homicide and sexual assault.’ Much of Belanger’s ideology and plotting, the memo says, is based around a desire to lessen the number of nonwhite Americans and to rape ‘white women to increase the production of white children.’

In a criminal complaint against Belanger filed June 8, prosecutors allege he violated federal firearms policy twice by purchasing guns via a strawman. In one case, prosecutors claim an unnamed New York police officer purchased a PTR91 assault rifle for Belanger while he was stationed in Hawaii. Belanger allegedly had the same officer purchase a Luger, a handgun ‘which was used by the Nazi armed forces during World War II,’ for almost $1,000, FBI agents noted in an affidavit.

Belanger was part of the Marine Corps from 2019 until May 2021, when the Marine Corps discharged him with an Other Than Honorable Discharge. That so-called ‘bad paper’ discharge is issued for misconduct, and means the recipient is ineligible for certain veterans’ benefits and cannot reenlist.

In October 2020, Marine Corps officials and the FBI searched Belanger’s Marine Corps barracks housing and his electronic devices. They found ‘1,950 images, videos and documents related to white power groups, Nazi literature, brutality towards the Jewish community, brutality towards women, rape, mass murderers,’ along with ‘violent uncensored executions and/or rape’ and ‘previous mass murderers such as Dylan Roof.’

Belanger is currently detained at a federal detention center in Honolulu. He has not been charged with crimes related to his alleged membership in Rapekrieg, but a federal judge sided with prosecutors who argued that Belanger should be held in pretrial detention, citing his extremist beliefs and calling his alleged plots ‘both a danger to the community and a risk of non-appearance.’

The Justice Department, the Marine Corps, and Belanger’s attorneys did not respond to Rolling Stone’s requests for comment.

Belanger’s attorney, Leighton Lee, had argued that his client should be allowed home detention with an ankle monitor. In court documents, Lee claimed Belanger was not a flight risk in part because he had not fled despite being aware that he was under federal investigation for nearly two years.

Rapekrieg, according to prosecutors, has ‘overlapping beliefs and membership with other neo-Nazi groups such ‘Rapewaffen’ and ‘Atomwaffen,’’ a neo-Nazi terrorist group whose members have been charged with federal firearms offenses and threatening journalists, and have been linked to at least one murder. – RollingStone

Nowhere in the article does Rolling Stone mention the FBI’s involvement in creating and funding these groups that apparently “radicalized” Belanger.

As more information becomes public, no doubt we will learn that the FBI was involved to a greater extent than initially appeared.

Here is my video on this:

This story is still developing and we will continue to provide updates. 

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