Uh Oh… Hmmm. I guess this would put me squarely on the list, wouldn’t it. I DO believe our way of life is under attack. obama and his gang of thugs have attacked every facet of our lives in one way or another.
I am fiercely nationalistic, so much so that I was willing to protect this Country with my life.
I’m not really anti-global – I just don’t give a rats ass about anything outside of our borders, except Australia, those guys are cool as hell.
I’m very suspicious of this crooked ass government. They care about furthering their own agenda and the rest of us be damned.
Reverent of individual liberty? No shit? Of course I am reverent of individual liberty, that’s what our Country was founded on. People left a repressive government in order to be free. To enjoy the fruits of their labor without undo taxation and intrusion by an overbearing, corrupt, thuggish government.
People who “believe in conspiracy theories that involve grave threat to national sovereignty and/or personal liberty.” Now that is a mouthful. Every single day obama and hillary clinton cede more and more of our sovereignty to the un and other “world bodies”. They give away our tax dollars to countries that hate us. obama bows to foreign leaders like a star struck school boy. Those aren’t conspiracies, they are real, documented events. Check it out for yourself.
I think abortion is wrong. If women want to subject themselves to that, they certainly have that right, but why should I have to pay for it?
Ok, enough of this. Read the article if you have a chance.
One last thing, fuck obama and fuck janet napolitano…
By Paul Joseph Watson – Infowars.com
A new study funded by the Department of Homeland Security characterizes Americans who are “suspicious of centralized federal authority,” and “reverent of individual liberty” as “extreme right-wing” terrorists.
Entitled Hot Spots of Terrorism and Other Crimes in the United States, 1970-2008 (PDF), the study was produced by the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism at the University of Maryland. The organization was launched with the aid of DHS funding to the tune of $12 million dollars.
While largely omitting Islamic terrorism – the report fails completely to mention the 1993 World Trade Center bombing – the study focuses on Americans who hold beliefs shared by the vast majority of conservatives and libertarians and puts them in the context of radical extremism.
The report takes its definitions from a 2011 study entitled Profiles of Perpetrators of Terrorism, produced by the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism, in which the following characteristics are used to identify terrorists.
- Americans who believe their “way of life” is under attack;
- Americans who are “fiercely nationalistic (as opposed to universal and international in orientation)”;
- People who consider themselves “anti-global” (presumably those who are wary of the loss of American sovereignty);
- Americans who are “suspicious of centralized federal authority”;
- Americans who are “reverent of individual liberty”;
- People who “believe in conspiracy theories that involve grave threat to national sovereignty and/or personal liberty.”
The report also lists people opposed to abortion and “groups that seek to smite the purported enemies of God and other evildoers” as terrorists.
As we have exhaustively documented on numerous occasions, federal authorities and particularly the Department of Homeland Security have been involved in producing a deluge of literature which portrays liberty lovers and small government advocates as terrorists.
The most flagrant example was the infamous 2009 MIAC report, published by the Missouri Information Analysis Center and first revealed by Infowars, which framed Ron Paul supporters, libertarians, people who display bumper stickers, people who own gold, or even people who fly a U.S. flag, as potential terrorists.
The rush to denounce legitimate political beliefs as thought crimes, or even mundane behaviors, by insinuating they are shared by terrorists, has accelerated in recent months.
Under the FBI’s Communities Against Terrorism program, the bulk purchase of food is labeled as a potential indication of terrorist activity, as is using cash to pay for a cup of coffee, and showing an interest in web privacy when using the Internet in a public place.