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03 May, 2009

Homeland Security Part II

2nd 'Domestic Extremism' report includes 'alternative media', 'tax resisters' in lexicon

"Two weeks before the U.S. Department of Homeland Security penned its controversial report warning against "right-wing extremists" in the United States, it generated a memo defining dozens of additional groups--animal rights activists, black separatists, tax protesters, even worshippers of the Norse god Odin--as potential "threats". The lexicon defines "alternative media" as "a term to describe various information sources that provide a forum for interpretations of events and issues that differ radically from those presented in mass media products and outlets." It addresses the nature and scope of the threat that domestic, non-Islamic extremism poses to the United States."

This extensive inclusion of other groups besides Muslims as 'terrorist threats' has always been a prime ulterior objective of 9/11. By exploiting the fabricated "threat" of some CIA created Islamic tribal gang and then blaming the destruction of the Twin Towers on them, the state is now free to comprehensively target elements of the American population ("domestic, non-Islamic") which they consider as being the true enemy all along. When a nation is controlled by an effete class of banking scum, there can be no other outcome than the gradual devolution of society into a third-world Orwellian state.


  1. Good one.

    The 'Missouri Documents' also said potential domestic terrorists might like gun shows, short wave radios, combat movies, movies with white male heroes, Tom Clancey Novels, and Presidential Candidates Ron Paul, Bob Barr, and Chuck Baldwin!"

    Or Jack Grimes, United Fascist Union?

    Apparently the Militia Report was written by some ass at the MIAC and released to law enforcement agencies. The report simply "does not meet" the needed standard or "intelligence."

    I’ll say.

  2. Yeah, watch out for them readers of Tom Clancey.