Monday, October 26, 2015

The enemy is us...

The American terrorist: White, Christian, owns guns and believes in liberty

by Bob Livingston

The Barack Obama regime has shown once again who it believes are the real terrorists.

The Russian intervention in Syria has revealed what I (and others in alternative media) have been stating for months: that the U.S. war (so-called) on ISIS has been a sham from the beginning.

Since ISIS graduated from the JV team to varsity, the regime has repeatedly told us that ISIS is a threat that must be dealt with. And it was doing so through its plan to conduct an air and drone war, spend hundreds of millions of dollars training and arming a handful of “moderate rebels,” dropping arms randomly across the region, and providing fleets of white Toyota pickups to be outfitted with machine guns. Yet it took only days of Russian airstrikes to do what months of U.S. “action” couldn’t: drive ISIS fighters to cut off their beards and run for their lives to try to blend in with the populace.

Those so-called “moderate rebels” the regime and the neocon war hawks like Senile John McCain and his trained monkey, Lindsey Graham, enlisted or sought to enlist to topple the Syrian government on behalf of the Saudi oil sheiks and our Israeli masters are/were mostly al-Qaida and al-Nusra terrorists. But since they were “our” terrorists, the administration and a handful of U.S. allies have been funding them while telling us they were the good guys.

Meanwhile, the U.S. government and its allies have also been actively funding and arming ISIS. In other words, ISIS was controlled opposition. The U.S. “war” on it has been all for show. The regime obviously does not view ISIS or al-Qaida as terror groups because if it did, it would not be aiding and abetting them.

All the while, the regime has worked overtime to expedite the immigration of some of these same Islamists from the war-torn Syrian region (and other parts of the Africa and the Middle East) into the U.S. (and Europe) without so much as a FBI background check equivalent to the type Americans are subjected to if they want to buy a firearm.

The regime’s leader — the undocumented usurper currently despoiling the People’s House — and his anointed successor — the most vile and corrupt woman in the history of American (at least) politics — are now calling for an Australia-like firearms confiscation action on lawful American gun owners while his regime drops arms and ammo willy-nilly across the Middle East sandscape. And this is the same regime that funneled guns to Mexican drug lords and narcoterrorists through Operation Fast and Furious, and to al-Qaida terrorists in Syria through Benghazi, Libya (an operation for which Ambassador Chris Stevens, Information Officer Sean Smith and CIA contractors Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty paid with their lives).

Now the Obama (no)Justice Department has created a new domestic terrorism czar and whole department to battle the newest greatest threat — behind nonexistent global warming — to America: the white Christian male gun-owning liberty lover. The new department is the evolution of a Department of a Homeland Security program begun in 2009 targeting liberty-loving Americans. That program morphed into a training program in 2013 that instructed local law enforcement to devote extra scrutiny to Christians who believe the Bible is God’s word, Christian “fundamentalists” (whatever those are), Americans who believe the country was founded on godly principles and those who believe the Constitution stands as the law of the land. In training materials, DHS has lumped Christians and Constitutionalists in with a group it calls the sovereign citizen movement, the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazi skinheads, and identified them as requiring special surveillance by law enforcement.

“Domestic terror groups pose a greater threat to America than ISIS or al Qaeda, a Justice Department official said Wednesday,” proclaimed on Oct. 15. “To help combat them, the department has created a new counsel that will coordinate the investigation and prosecution of anti-government and hate groups.” (Obviously, CNN is in on the scam that is ISIS and al-Qaida, though the network doesn’t tell you that when its talking heads are promoting the so-called “war.”)

And who defines what constitutes “anti-government and hate groups?” The notoriously pro-Marxist anti-American Southern Preposterous Lie Center (known in some circles as the Southern Poverty Law Center), which deems anyone who doesn’t embrace cultural Marxism and the latest social justice warrior cause du jour perversion as a hate group that should be “disappeared” into the bowels of the NDAA’s dungeons. Its designation of the pro-family, pro-traditional Family Research Council as a “hate group” prompted the deranged homosexual activist Floyd Corkins to barge into the FRC offices with the intent to slaughter its employees.

For instance, in 2012 the Preposterous Lie Center issued a “summer list” of activists heading up the “radical right.” Among those named were Tenth Amendment Center executive director and sometime Personal Liberty Digest® contributor Michael Boldin.

Boldin’s sin is that the TAC “is on the far right, opposing a whole array of federal laws and regulations. It has gained wide support among hard-line libertarians …” He “evidently runs the organization from his home,” the SPLC exclaims, as opposed, I guess, to a palatial estate like the one the so-called Poverty Law Center occupies in the heart of Alabama’s capital, Montgomery, that includes six stories, cost $24 million to build — not counting a $5.5 million addition — and takes up most of a city block.

Given that Boldin advocates nullification of unconstitutional laws, drawing on the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions drafted by the notorious un-American activists James Madison and Thomas Jefferson, it’s easy to see where the SPLC’s allegiances lie.

In a 2013 report, the Preposterous Lie Center named a list of “haters” in a “(non)ntelligence report,” titled “The Year in Hate & Extremism.” The list consisted of the following “racists” and “extremists”: Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.); Rep. Trey Radel (R-Fla.), who has said Obama could be impeached for executive actions on gun control; Sheriff Richard Mack; The Oath Keepers (current and former military and law enforcement who have vowed to uphold the oath they swore to the Constitution); former Constitution Party presidential candidate Chuck Baldwin; Matt Barber of Liberty Counsel Action; Tony Adkins of; Larry Klayman, the founder of Judicial Watch and FreedomWatch; the Family Research Council; Joseph Farah of; Donald Trump; and unnamed lawmakers (but you know who you are) in Arizona, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee who proposed laws that sought to prevent federal gun control from applying to their states.

Back in June, The New York Times proclaimed on its opinion pages that:

Law enforcement agencies around the country are training their officers to recognize signs of anti-government extremism and to exercise caution during routine traffic stops, criminal investigations and other interactions with potential extremists. “The threat is real,” says the handout from one training program sponsored by the Department of Justice. Since 2000, the handout notes, 25 law enforcement officers have been killed by right-wing extremists, who share a “fear that government will confiscate firearms” and a “belief in the approaching collapse of government and the economy.”

To that end, the Obama regime has doubled down on government spying (“legitimized” by the George W. Bush regime under the misnamed Patriot Act) and has embarked on an effort to nationalize police and create a host of thought crimes and the new terrorism czar to oversee their enforcement.

As John Whitehead writes for The Rutherford Institute:

[T]he concern with the government’s anti-extremism program is that it will, in many cases, be utilized to render otherwise lawful, nonviolent activities as potentially extremist.

Keep in mind that the government agencies involved in ferreting out American “extremists” will carry out their objectives — to identify and deter potential extremists — in concert with fusion centers (of which there are 78 nationwide, with partners in the private sector and globally), data collection agencies, behavioral scientists, corporations, social media, and community organizers and by relying on cutting-edge technology for surveillance, facial recognition, predictive policing, biometrics, and behavioral epigenetics (in which life experiences alter one’s genetic makeup).

This is pre-crime on an ideological scale and it’s been a long time coming.

Clearly, to the current regime, if you are white, are Christian, own guns, believe the Constitution is the law of the land and not what a majority of a group of nine robe-wearing Satanists say the law is, oppose oppressive totalitarian government, advocate for low taxes and/or are against the Federal Reserve, etc., you are an anti-government extremist — a domestic terrorist — worthy of indefinite detention or worse.


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