Exposed: leader of a former army group preparing for chaos


Exposed: Leader of a former army group preparing for chaos as 200 members of a sinister anti-vax group gather in a Staffordshire park to practice breaking through police lines

  • Undercover journalist joined supporters of anti-vax group Alpha Men Assemble
  • Some 200 members gathered in a Staffordshire park to practice breaking police lines
  • The group is led by ex-Royal Fusilier Danny Glass who belongs to a secret group of military veterans










Two hundred members of a sinister anti-vaccine group met yesterday in a Staffordshire park to practice breaking police lines.

An undercover Mail on Sunday reporter joined black-clad Alpha Men Assemble (AMA) supporters led by former Royal Fusilier Danny Glass for a combat-style training camp.

Presenting the group’s strategy at Chasewater Country Park, Glass, 46, said: “We are targeting the police … we are going to arrest officers for breaking their common law oath.”

Two hundred members of a sinister anti-vaccine group met in Chasewater Country Park in Staffordshire yesterday to practice breaking police lines

An undercover Mail on Sunday reporter joined black-clad Alpha Men Assemble (AMA) supporters led by ex-Royal Fusilier Danny Glass (pictured) for a combat-style training camp

An undercover Mail on Sunday reporter joined black-clad Alpha Men Assemble (AMA) supporters led by ex-Royal Fusilier Danny Glass (pictured) for a combat-style training camp

A woman called Sophie told the crowd that Covid vaccines are killing people.

“We need to target vaccination centers, schools, local boards and directors of public health… we are doing it for our children,” she said.

Supporters were put to the test by an army veteran called Gary who wore a Royal Irish Regiment green beret.

At one point, three rows of five men tied their arms to practice their way through police lines.

‘Pretend I’m WPC Doris just got out of Hendon [police college] and walk towards me, Gary cried. “You look pretty intimidating, I think I would have just gotten wet.”

The partisans were put to the test by an army veteran called Gary who wore a Royal Irish Regiment green bere

The partisans were put to the test by an army veteran called Gary who wore a Royal Irish Regiment green bere

WADA has 7,000 subscribers on the encrypted social networking application Telegram.  But Glass, of Angmering, West Sussex, is also linked to Veterans With Purpose, whose founder spoke of

WADA has 7,000 subscribers on the encrypted social networking application Telegram. But Glass, of Angmering, West Sussex, is also linked to Veterans With Purpose, whose founder has spoken of “arresting” MPs and other public figures and locking them in cages.

Boxing and kickboxing drills followed before a standoff.

At the end, Glass – who also belongs to a secretive group of ex-Army veterans plotting a campaign of chaos – said, “We’re taking him to the Old Bill. It won’t be for the faint of heart.

WADA has 7,000 subscribers on the encrypted social networking application Telegram. But Glass, of Angmering, West Sussex, is also linked to Veterans With Purpose, whose founder has spoken of “arresting” MPs and other public figures and locking them in cages.

The group was formed last year from the remnants of Veterans 4 Freedom, which disbanded when the Department of Health revealed it was plotting to attack vaccination centers and staff.

Last night, WADA said it was not seeking to incite violence. Glass did not respond to a request for comment.

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