The NYPD discovered plans showing BLM’s little rich rioting hood, Clara Kraebber, 20, who was arrested for rioting in Lower Manhattan last week had detailed plans to take over luxury apartments abandoned by NYC’s wealthy in what has been dubbed by the media as “white flight.”
The New York Post reported that the Kraebber who personifies everything that the Black Lives Matter describes as ‘white privilege,’ planned to defend the occupied apartments by tossing bricks off rooftops.
In the notes detectives seized following her arrest last week, Clara Kraebber, whose parents own not only a $1.8 million Upper East Side co-op, but also a 4-bedroom farmhouse that dates to 1730 and sits on nearly seven acres in rural Litchfield County, Conn. detailed her desire to build a “BLM focused” network for “wealth re-distribution.”
Brave and Bold Clara Kraebber
At the time, the “brave and bold” Kraebber declined to discuss her alleged role in a window-smashing spree during a Black Lives Matter protest that caused an estimated $100,000 in damage to at least five banks, two Starbucks coffee shops, and a Duane Reade pharmacy.
Other tactics detailed in Kraebber’s notes include wearing “casual attire” before changing into Antifa black at the scene of a demonstration and monitoring police radio frequencies, sources said.
The dozens of hand-written pages also outline a “revolutionary strategy” that cites the murderous Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin and Communist revolutionary Leon Trotsky as inspiration, law-enforcement sources said.
“These are domestic terrorists looking to turn New York City into another Portland and Seattle,” said one source familiar with the writings.
“This is a planned conspiracy and the FBI should be investigating.”
Sources said cops found the notes following the Sept. 4 arrest of Kraebber, 20, whose since-deleted Facebook page identified her as a Rice University history major.
She’s among eight people charged with unleashing mayhem as demonstrators marching on Lafayette Street chanted, “Every city, every town, burn the precinct to the ground!”
The protest was sponsored by the New Afrikan Black Panther Party and the Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement, but Kraebber and most of the others busted with her are white and come from privileged backgrounds.
Clara Kraebber, the daughter of child psychiatrist and an architect, has a history as an anti-cop demonstrator that dates to at least 2014, when she joined a Manhattan rally to protest the police killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
“We don’t have much political power right now, being youths, but this is something we can do,” she told the New York Times at the time.
In her notes, Clara Kraebber pointed to the “HUGE number of empty units” in “white flight apts, new luxury buildings” that and include the instruction to “study tactics of clearing buildings.”
There are repeated references to “scouts” to find vacant apartments and locksmiths to help break-in, as well as the need to “prep for SWAT-style eviction efforts” through the use of movable “barricades” and “bricks on roofs as weapons,” sources said.
A page titled “Revolutionary Strategy” and dated Aug. 21 includes notes that say “Stalin — defend USSR at all costs” and “Trotsky — United front of all working-class but don’t let capitalists in,” sources said.
There are repeated references to the Spanish Civil War, including an assertion that the failure of the Spanish revolution of 1936 was a “failure of leadership,” sources said.
“Some think actual revolution will be lead by more deliberate leadership,” Kraebber wrote.
Kraebber also faulted the protests over the police killing of George Floyd, writing, “Minneapolis — lots of spontaneous radical energy but no leadership.”
Her notes contain multiple mentions of “Abolition Park” — or “AP” — which refer to the anti-cop encampment that activists set up outside City Hall during the recent battle to defund the NYPD, which resulted in a total $1.5 billion in cuts to its operating and capital budgets.
“All cops are bad because they work for a system that thrives off the oppression of marginalized communities. Asking ‘what about the ‘good’ cops?’ is like asking what about the good slave masters,” according to the Abolition Park website.
Although Kraebber supported then-US Rep Beto O’Rourke’s 2018 bid to unseat Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and donated $121 to the Rice Young Democrats PAC, her notes indicate that she’s abandoned mainstream liberal politics.
“Anyone who f–ks with Democrats can’t be leadership,” she wrote.