Enttarnt – die Bennewitz STASI-Sippe mit Gehaltsinfo

 

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Und wieder ein STASI Agent enttarnt – Olaf Mucha mit Gehaltsinfo

 

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siehe

 

http://berndpulch.org/2011/10/27/stasi-namen-alphabetisch-buchstabe-mr-n-%E2%80%93-stasi-names-in-alphabetical-order-%E2%80%93mr-n/

The Secret List of KGB Agents – GL

 

IPN BU 001198/2853 GLABA STANISŁAW
IPN BU 0242/1591 GLABISZ HALINA
IPN BU 0242/2422 GLABISZ JERZY
IPN BU 001043/197 GLABISZEWSKI ŁOSKOT FRANCISZEK PAWEŁ RYSZARD
IPN BU 645/1485 GLABUS DANIELA
IPN BU 001043/1385 GLACEL JAN
IPN BU 0193/7714 GLAJCHER KAROL
IPN BU 0193/4815 GLAJNYCH DANUTA
IPN BU 0604/743 GLAJZER ZBIGNIEW
IPN BU 645/328 GLAMA JAN
IPN BU 698/902 GLAMKOWSKI MIECZYSŁAW
IPN BU 0951/105 GLAMOWSKA STEFANIA
IPN BU 001121/321 GLANC MARIAN
IPN BU 01737/101 GLANC MIECZYSŁAW
IPN BU 0218/908 GLANC TARNOWSKA JANINA
IPN BU 0833/756 GLANER BARBARA
IPN BU 01133/1058 GLANER HANNA
IPN BU 090/109 GLANOWSKA HELENA
IPN BU 698/903 GLANOWSKI ANTONI
IPN BU 001089/57 GLANOWSKI ROMAN
IPN BU 002086/154 GLANOWSKI ROMAN
IPN BU 0993/1254 GLAPA JULIANNA
IPN BU 00200/961 GLAPA MAREK
IPN BU 001102/528 GLAPA MAREK
IPN BU 0772/5180 GLAPIŃSKA STANISŁAWA
IPN BU 0193/1965 GLAPIŃSKI EDWARD
IPN BU 644/162 GLAPIŃSKI JAN
IPN BU 0193/4470 GLAPIŃSKI STANISŁAW
IPN BU 0193/1966 GLAPKA FELIKS
IPN BU 0218/577 GLASIŃSKI JÓZEF
IPN BU 001043/1691 GLASS ANDRZEJ KAROL
IPN BU 0193/1967 GLAUBERMAN IZRAEL
IPN BU 001043/3127 GLAUTIER WYDERKO JOLANTA HELENA
IPN BU 684/4 GLAZA BERNARD
IPN BU 01013/1348 GLAZA FELIKS
IPN BU 00191/542 GLAZER ANDRZEJ ROBERT
IPN BU 001043/3708 GLAZER ANDRZEJ ROBERT
IPN BU 00744/1064 GLAZER PIOTR
IPN BU 001134/1379 GLAZER PIOTR
IPN BU 00945/776 GLAZER WIKTOR – ZBIGNIEW
IPN BU 0806/1414 GLAZER-ŁAPIŃSKA WANDA
IPN BU 693/1656 Glazińska Anna
IPN BU 0194/1212 GLAZMAN MICHAŁ
IPN BU 0901/593 GLAZUR EWA
IPN BU 0218/1035 GLAZUR MARIA
IPN BU 0855/2921 GLEB ARSENIUSZ
IPN BU 00945/892 GLEBKO BOGDAN
IPN BU 0891/731 GLEGOCIŃSKA IRENA
IPN BU 00249/870 GLEGOLSKA TERESA
IPN BU 001121/1508 GLEGOLSKA TERESA
IPN BU 01000/221 GLEGOŁA BRONISŁAW
IPN BU 0806/1691 GLEGOŁA MARIANNA
IPN BU 00283/1582 GLEGOŁA SŁAWOMIR
IPN BU 0592/29 GLEGOŁA WALDEMAR
IPN BU 00244/54 GLEGOŁA WŁADYSŁAW
IPN BU 698/904 GLEGULSKA WŁADYSŁAWA
IPN BU 00751/285 GLEJNERT BOGDAN
IPN BU 001102/2286 GLEJNERT BOGDAN
IPN BU 01133/1059 GLEJZNER JERZY
IPN BU 00191/70 GLEMP JÓZEF
IPN BU 001043/1893 GLEMP JÓZEF
IPN BU 00328/562 GLENC KAZIMIERZ JOACHIM
IPN BU 001134/1388 GLENC KAZIMIERZ JOACHIM
IPN BU 01000/222 GLEŃ STANISŁAW
IPN BU 01013/1373 GLESMAN LESZEK
IPN BU 00328/81 GLESMAN WANDA
IPN BU 001134/768 GLESMAN WANDA
IPN BU 683/290 GLEWIŃSKA BRONISŁAWA
IPN BU 01133/1060 GLEZNER ALBIN
IPN BU 001102/793 GLĘDA ANDRZEJ ROMAN
IPN BU 0242/1456 GLIB BOGUSŁAW ANDRZEJ
IPN BU 00612/1327 GLIBOWSKI ANDRZEJ
IPN BU 001198/3901 GLIBOWSKI JÓZEF
IPN BU 0194/2132 GLIDMAN JAKUB
IPN BU 00328/680 GLIJER LESZEK
IPN BU 001134/1510 GLIJER LESZEK
IPN BU 0772/2854 GLIK LEOKADIA
IPN BU 00612/3644 GLIKLICH JÓZEF
IPN BU 001198/6605 GLIKLICH JÓZEF
IPN BU 698/1065 GLIKMAN-SKOWROŃSKA IRENA
IPN BU 0193/1973 GLIKSMAN BOLESŁAW
IPN BU 001198/4134 GLIKSMAN GRAŻYNA
IPN BU 001198/2515 GLIMASIŃSKI JÓZEF
IPN BU 00612/4419 GLINA HENRYK
IPN BU 001198/7113 GLINA HENRYK
IPN BU 00611/366 GLINA JÓZEF
IPN BU 001198/717 GLINA JÓZEF
IPN BU 693/1435 GLINECKA JADWIGA
IPN BU 698/1066 GLINICKA DANUTA
IPN BU 0772/122 GLINICKA JANINA
IPN BU 0772/116 GLINICKA REGINA
IPN BU 0772/107 GLINICKA WANDA
IPN BU 01000/988 GLINICKI JÓZEF
IPN BU 0912/477 GLINICKI ROMUALD
IPN BU 0912/479 GLINICKI STEFAN
IPN BU 0912/478 GLINICKI ZDZISŁAW
IPN BU 00945/2501 GLINICKI ZDZISŁAW
IPN BU 0772/2855 GLINIEWICZ JADWIGA
IPN BU 0901/450 GLINIŃSKI STANISŁAW
IPN BU 00169/94 GLINKA – OLECHNOWICZ KRYSTYNA
IPN BU 0242/1127 GLINKA ALEKSANDER
IPN BU 645/335 GLINKA ALEKSANDRA
IPN BU 0607/56 GLINKA ANIELA
IPN BU 0806/3047 GLINKA BARBARA
IPN BU 00966/1352 GLINKA BOHDAN
IPN BU 0988/1360 GLINKA BONIFACY
IPN BU 0911/288 GLINKA CELINA
IPN BU 001043/3603 GLINKA JAN
IPN BU 01013/1374 GLINKA JERZY
IPN BU 00200/1137 GLINKA JERZY
IPN BU 00448/117 GLINKA JERZY
IPN BU 001043/1396 GLINKA JERZY
IPN BU 001102/730 GLINKA JERZY
IPN BU 001134/5075 GLINKA JERZY
IPN BU 0218/1336 GLINKA JÓZEF
IPN BU 00966/621 GLINKA JÓZEF
IPN BU 0772/4531 GLINKA JULIANNA
IPN BU 0958/1171 GLINKA KAZIMIERZ
IPN BU 02184/21 GLINKA KAZIMIERZ
IPN BU 0951/164 GLINKA LECH
IPN BU 00744/875 GLINKA MAREK
IPN BU 001134/555 GLINKA MAREK
IPN BU 0772/4374 GLINKA MICHAŁ
IPN BU 0958/1252 GLINKA STANISŁAW
IPN BU 698/905 GLINKA STANISŁAW
IPN BU 0951/726 GLINKA TADEUSZ
IPN BU 52/245 GLINKA TADEUSZ
IPN BU PF 1021/11 GLINKA TADEUSZ
IPN BU 01013/1357 GLINKA WACŁAW
IPN BU 01133/1061 GLINKA WACŁAW
IPN BU 0872/226 GLINKA ZYGMUNT
IPN BU 00283/40 GLINKA ZYGMUNT
IPN BU 01271/2 GLIŃ DANUTA
IPN BU 0901/1822 GLIŃ TUSZYŃSKA JANINA
IPN BU 0242/294 GLIŃSKA (CELAK) DANUTA
IPN BU 001134/5175 GLIŃSKA BOŻENA MARIANNA
IPN BU 00448/212 GLIŃSKA BOŻENNA
IPN BU 636/1788 GLIŃSKA BRONISŁAWA
IPN BU 0604/1721 GLIŃSKA DOROTA-MONIKA
IPN BU 0772/1093 GLIŃSKA HELENA
IPN BU 01753/103 GLIŃSKA KRYSTYNA
IPN BU 0901/1171 GLIŃSKA MAŁGORZATA
IPN BU 00744/1325 GLIŃSKI ALEKSY
IPN BU 001134/915 GLIŃSKI ALEKSY
IPN BU 01013/1349 GLIŃSKI BOLESŁAW
IPN BU 698/1067 GLIŃSKI CZESŁAW
IPN BU 00945/2380 GLIŃSKI JAN – WIESŁAW
IPN BU 00249/970 GLIŃSKI LECH
IPN BU 001121/1598 GLIŃSKI LECH
IPN BU 00200/1340 GLIŃSKI MAREK EDWARD
IPN BU 001102/941 GLIŃSKI MAREK EDWARD
IPN BU 00945/1054 GLIŃSKI PIOTR
IPN BU 00200/1441 GLIŃSKI ROMUALD GRZEGORZ
IPN BU 001102/1042 GLIŃSKI ROMUALD GRZEGORZ
IPN BU 0942/358 GLIŃSKI SŁAWOMIR
IPN BU 0872/205 GLIŃSKI STANISŁAW
IPN BU 00612/2024 GLIŃSKI STANISŁAW
IPN BU 001198/5040 GLIŃSKI STANISŁAW
IPN BU 001043/3749 GLIŃSKI STANISŁAW KRZYSZTOF
IPN BU 0604/1590 GLIŃSKI TADEUSZ
IPN BU 01133/1062 GLIŃSKI TADEUSZ
IPN BU 00283/754 GLIŃSKI TADEUSZ
IPN BU 00611/1592 GLIŃSKI TADEUSZ
IPN BU 00328/233 GLIŃSKI TADEUSZ
IPN BU 001134/942 GLIŃSKI TADEUSZ
IPN BU 001198/5212 GLIŃSKI TADEUSZ
IPN BU 00768/529 GLIŃSKI TADEUSZ
IPN BU 0912/1927 GLIŃSKI TEOFIL
IPN BU 00257/241 GLIŃSKI WIESŁAW
IPN BU 001102/1308 GLIŃSKI WIESŁAW
IPN BU 00170/263 GLIŃSKI WIESŁAW JAN
IPN BU 002086/208 GLISKI JERZY TADEUSZ
IPN BU 00611/1227 GLISTA JAN
IPN BU 001198/1926 GLISTA JAN
IPN BU 00945/288 GLISZCZYŃSKI – GĄSOWSKI MIECZYSŁAW – JERZY
IPN BU 001198/2075 GLISZCZYŃSKI FRANCISZEK
IPN BU 0772/1094 GLIWA WIKTORIA
IPN BU 002082/626 GLIWIAK ANDRZEJ
IPN BU 002086/1910 GLIWIAK ANDRZEJ
IPN BU 00612/1789 GLIWIŃSKI KAZIMIERZ
IPN BU 001198/1806 GLIWIŃSKI KAZIMIERZ
IPN BU 00612/460 GLIWIŃSKI MAREK
IPN BU 001198/4268 GLIWIŃSKI MAREK
IPN BU 00945/317 GLIZDZYŃSKI – GLIZDZIŃSKI ZYGMUNT
IPN BU 0193/1968 GLOBUS NATAN
IPN BU 0806/882 GLOC HANNA
IPN BU 00611/1400 GLOC TADEUSZ
IPN BU 001198/2519 GLOC TADEUSZ
IPN BU 0988/577 GLOCER MARIAN
IPN BU 001134/4146 GLOGIER MACIEJ
IPN BU 00611/1454 GLOGIER ZYGMUNT
IPN BU 001198/2644 GLOGIER ZYGMUNT
IPN BU 0592/30 GLONEK ANDRZEJ
IPN BU 0218/3577 GLONEK JERZY
IPN BU 0942/399 GLOZA JOLANTA
IPN BU 0194/2206 GLOZA KRYSTYNA
IPN BU 0218/2500 GLOZA STANISŁAW
IPN BU 0891/468 GLUBA WOJCIECH
IPN BU 0891/155 GLUBA ZDZISŁAW
IPN BU 00612/4124 GLUCH LUCJAN
IPN BU 00612/1701 GLUTH EDMUND
IPN BU 0193/4830 GLUZA JERZY-JÓZEF
IPN BU 00232/289 GLUZA LUDWIK
IPN BU 710/260 GLUZA STANISŁAW
IPN BU 001052/1779 GLUZA STANISŁAW
IPN BU 00277/724 GLUZA ZBIGNIEW
IPN BU 001121/2925 GLUZA ZBIGNIEW
IPN BU 00612/2120 GLUZA ZYGMUNT
IPN BU 001198/5129 GLUZA ZYGMUNT
IPN BU 0193/483 GLUZIŃSKI JAN

Unveiled – DHS Militia Extremist Movement Reference Guide

Reference Aid Militia Extremist Movement

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Date: August 1, 2011
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Originating Organization: Department of Homeland Security, Office of Intelligence and Analysis
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(U) Homeland Security Reference Aids, prepared by I&A, provide baseline information on a range of homeland security issues. This product is one in a series of reference aids on violent domestic and foreign extremist groups that assess the nature and scope of the threat they pose to the Homeland. This product is intended to support federal, state, local, and tribal agencies and authorities with responsibilities relating to homeland security to assist in the deterrence, prevention, preemption of, or response to terrorist attacks against the United States. To maintain timely and accurate intelligence, DHS encourages state and local law enforcement to respond with any updated information they may have concerning the status, composition, or activities of violent extremist groups in their jurisdictions.

(U) Overview

(U//FOUO) The violent militia extremist movement in the United States is comprised of a collection of distinct, but organized, paramilitary groups that have engaged in violent criminal activities and terrorism-related plots to advance their anti-government beliefs. Individual violent militia extremists have been convicted of a range of firearms and explosives violations and criminal conspiracy charges. The violent militia extremist movement is a subset of the larger militia movement; many groups and individuals involved in the overall militia movement do not commit criminal or violent acts.

(U//LES) The violent militia extremist movement peaked in membership in 1996 and then steadily declined due to negative publicity after it was erroneously linked to the Oklahoma City bombing and as a result of increased law enforcement scrutiny. After several years of significant decline in membership and violent criminal activity, the violent militia extremist movement has rebounded in the past few years as new groups have formed and new recruits have joined its ranks.

(U) Background

(U//FOUO) The militia movement in the United States formed circa 1994 in response to the perceived unwarranted and overzealous aggression of federal authorities at Ruby Ridge, Idaho in 1992 and Waco, Texas in 1993. The movement’s violent fringe element emerged shortly afterward. During the mid-to-late 1990s, several violent militia extremists were arrested and ultimately convicted of multiple plots to bomb federal buildings, military bases, highways, bridges, and other infrastructure in the United States. More recently, several violent militia extremists have been arrested for possessing illegal firearms and explosives and plotting to kill law  enforcement officers.

(U//FOUO) Factions within the larger militia movement and its violent fringe element often form, disband, or change names in short periods of time and are rife with internal turmoil stemming primarily from disagreements among leaders over missions, focus, and training. Militia members maintain the ability, however, to organize meetings and train within a particular militia group in their own state and to network with other militia groups in neighboring states. Despite the turmoil, some violent militia extremist groups and individuals have demonstrated the ability to instigate and support violence that targets government officials, institutions, and facilities in the United States.

(U) Ideology and Objectives

(U//FOUO) Violent militia extremists oppose most federal and state laws, regulations, and authority. Violent militia extremists have also been known to adopt anti-government belief systems found in the violent sovereign citizen and white supremacist extremist movements and form violent militia extremist groups based on this ideology.

(U//FOUO) Violent militia extremists often combine their antigovernment beliefs with various conspiracy theories. Some tout the existence of a despotic “New World Order” (see text box) or cite apocalyptic or “end times” beliefs to support their outlook. Individuals within both the nonviolent elements of the militia movement and the more violent extremist minority profess that militias are the last line of defense in protecting US constitutional freedoms against a federal government that they see as increasingly eroding citizens’ personal rights, property rights, and the right to own firearms.

(U//FOUO) New World Order

(U//FOUO) This conspiracy is described by militia members as a plot by a secret cabal of powerful individuals whose alleged goal is to create a one-world socialist government under the auspices of the United Nations. The US Government is seen as collaborating with the New World Order to strip Americans slowly of their freedoms in the takeover, which allegedly would involve establishing large numbers of detention camps for American dissidents.

(U) Symbols

(U//FOUO) Violent militia extremists have co-opted several common symbols that represent patriotism and a willingness to defend oneself against a tyrannical government. The most popular symbols include a Minuteman holding a rifle with the words “honor,” “defend,” and “liberty,” and the Gadsden Flag with the words “Don’t Tread on Me.” The Minuteman logo is a reference to the American colonial militia that battled British troops during the American Revolutionary War and symbolizes patriotism and militia successes during the war. The Gadsden Flag emerged as a symbol of the colonies in their fight against the British military during the American Revolutionary War. Both the Minuteman symbol and Gadsden Flag image are used widely outside the violent militia extremist movement, and the presence of these symbols alone does not necessarily indicate an association with a violent extremist militia.