Disturbing and highly racist photos from a 1969 coloring book distributed to kids via the FBI’s ‘COINTEL’ program were a part of the secretive operation that sought to infiltrate groups like the Black Panthers by spreading such insane propaganda in their name.
Amazingly, the COINTEL program is an admitted staple in what makes up the secret programs that the FBI and federal government at large have and continue to run against public interest. What’s more, anyone can easily access a large amount of information on programs like COINTEL with a simple Google search. You’ll find that COINTEL has a major entry on Wikipedia, where the operation is plainly stated as historical fact that was both illegal and conducted secretly until busted in 1971. You can also see the images on the The University of Notre Dame website.
Another disturbing excerpt from the 1969 coloring book for kids:
From the Wikipedia article, which is linked up with albums of photos from the program as well as other items used as phony propaganda pieces to discredit movements:
“COINTELPRO (an acronym for Counter Intelligence Program) was a series of covert, and at times illegal, projects conducted by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) aimed at surveying, infiltrating, discrediting, and disrupting domestic political organizations.”
In other words, this is simply admitted history that you’ve probably never heard about until now. Especially not in the mainstream media.
You can even find the entirety of the phony 1969 Black Panther coloring book on Archive.org. And there’s no real reason to believe that the project stopped back in 1971 when the Citizens’ Commission to Investigate the FBI went and broke into the FBI offices to expose the program through stolen dossiers. Until then, it was a highly secretive shadow operation that was meant to work through CIA-style deception and slander. Today, intelligence agencies continue this war through attempting to infiltrate the alternative news, militia groups, and others.
Here are some more images, including the cover of the phony COINTEL Black Panther coloring book for kids: