B'nai B'rith lobbied for public funding for terrorist ARA gang
This video is from the 1990s in Toronto Canada. The city of Toronto was giving taxpayer money to what was essentially an active violent domestic terrorist group. This is the same group that attacked the restaurant in Chicago. Six people connected to that attack have been arrested, and police are looking for thirteen more.
B’nai B’rith, the parent group of the extreme left-wing Anti-Defamation League in the United States, lobbied the city government on behalf of the ARA to get them funding. In the video below, you see a 1993 mob attack by the ARA in Canada. At the end of the clip is video of B’nai B’rith lobbying Toronto City Council for ARA funding in 1996. The result of B’nai B’rith support was an $18,000 grant from the city of Toronto in 1996. The council was given information of forty criminal incidents connected to the ARA. Despite this, the city council voted 22-8 to fund the ARA.
In 1996, the ARA also received an $8,000 grant from the Trillium Foundation. According the long time ARA gang leader Gerry Bello, the ARA had enough money for a permanent international headquarters with a paid six person staff in the 90s. Bello was one of those six employees.
ARA is also affiliated with hard-core “patched” street gangs such as FSU (F$%ck S%^t Up), RASH (Red Anarchist Skinheads), and SHARP (Skinheads against Racism).