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From 2021, but still interesting on the use of literature to help radicalize -- this from Central Florida's Intelligence exchange, via publicintelligence.net
More at link or in attached PDF version (5 pages)This bulletin was created by the Central Florida Intelligence Exchange (CFIX) to provide situational awareness regarding the use of literary propaganda used to drive black racially and ethnically motivated extremist (BRMVE) narratives in present-day America ... The CFIX recognizes that Americans have constitutionally protect ed rights to assemble, speak, and petition the government . The CFIX safeguards these first amendment rights, and reports on only those activities where the potential use of rhetoric and/or propaganda could be used to incite individuals to carry out violent or criminal acts ... Literary propaganda utilized for ideological references by subscribers of racially motivated black extremism continues to be a driving motivator seen on social media platforms live-st reams. As a result, BRMVEs have turned to literary authors from years past and present-day America to use writings as a blueprint for today’s ideological responses to the nation’s plight as seen through network television lenses ...