Are you subversive?

The Department of Homeland Security continues, apparently, to regard conservatives as potentially enemies, as evidenced by a document entitled "Hot Spots of Terrorism and Other Crimes in the United States 1970-2008". In this report on pages 11-12, the following 'characteristics' of potential enemies are listed:

  • Americans who are fiercely nationalist
  • Anti-global
  • Suspicious of centralized federal authority
  • Reverent of INDIVIDUAL liberty (especially gun ownership)
  • Have a belief in "conspiracy theories that involve grave threats to national sovereignty and/or personal liberty and a belief that one's personal and/or national way of life is under attack."

A  Justice Department manual entitled "Investigating Terrorism and Criminal Extremism" list "Constitutionalists" with Al Qaeda, Hezbollah, and Hamas as potential terrorist threats:

Returning veterans have also been listed as potential terrorists.

A Phoenix FBI office urged citizens and law enforcement to call the Joint Terrorism Task Force if they encounter "defenders of the US Constitution against federal government and UN" as well as those who "Make numerous references to the US Constitution."

On December 31, 2011, 0bama signed into law the National Defense Authorization Act which utterly strips ALL Constitutional protections from any American citizen involved or associated in any way with 'Terrorists'. Such 'terrorists' can be indefinitely detained without Probable Cause, Warrant for Arrest, or Due Process. These American citizens can be sent to any internment/prison facility anywhere in the world. They can be tortured and/or assassinated on SUSPICION alone.

 DHS has purchased 450,000,000 rounds of hollow point bullets, an undetermined number of mobile, bullet proof-check-point booths, and has advertised to man FEMA detention centers with 72 hour notice.

If loving Constitutional liberty and the sovereignty of my beloved country makes me an enemy of the state, so be it. Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil.

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