Obama White House says conservatives are terrorists Part-I
Under the Obama regime political correctness has taken on a discriminatory tone toward law abiding conservatives who just don't fit into the fabric of radical left ideology.
In this confusing era of public shootings, government corruption, and the threat of terrorism a new angst emerges. Unbeknownst to the general public the federal government has begun to focus their surveillance and threat radar at conservative citizens. Some of lefties might think that this is just fine, but in actuality there are many potential sectors of the general population that the law enforcement entities are interested in as potential domestic terrorists.
It all began in 2009 when newly appointed US Attorney General, Eric Holder, proclaimed that it was right wing conservatives that kept him from being able to sleep at night. In the broad swatch of the general public that he claimed that stood out in his mind as being domestic terrorist suspects were military veterans, devout Christians, gun owners, patriot groups, the Tea Party, retired white citizens disgruntled over the current administration, and anyone making suspect comments in public to store owners or whoever they come in contact with. For all the liberals who find this broad brush stroke acceptable let me remind you that in places like the Soviet Union, the peasants were encouraged to report each other to the KGB or police for suspicious activity or comments. Is history not repeating itself in America?
It doesn’t stop there. There are now what are called “Fusion Centers” for law enforcement agencies to use for seamlessly doing background checks on suspects from different states, sharing intelligence information that never would have been admissible years ago as that was delegated through the CIA, DIA, and NSA among other international spying organizations, as well as new methods of surveillance that can be shared with local police. These Fusion Centers are already operating near many metropolitan areas in several states. We are now in an era where terrorists are everywhere, a war time footing that might remind some of the “Fifth Columnists” circa World War II.
This profiling that is being used for the Feds to establish just who constitutes a threat to the nation is strangely reminiscent of the hated profiling that Eric Holder and his DOJ are busy filing lawsuits against Arizona sheriffs who are trying to enforce federal immigration laws. Yet, as our federal government discourages the southern states protecting our borders and punishes border agents for arresting those who illegally violate our borders, we are stepping up the paranoid police state against its very own law abiding citizens. Is there something wrong here? Oh, I think so!
Such agencies as FEMA, TSA, and Homeland Security seem determined to pounce on US citizens, increasing their surveillance of the general public, and even changing our definition of patriotism by rewriting history. Whistle blowers have recently uncovered training films of FEMA officials characterizing our forefathers who authored the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution, George Washington, Patrick Henry, Thomas Jefferson, and other heroes of the American revolution as radicals as enemies of the state!
What does this say about our federal government and its attitude toward the people it is supposed to serve? It says several things about ou changing relationship with our government.
- 1)We citizens are now considered to be a threat to that government.
- 2) We are to be watched by numerous agencies who are acquiring ever growing powers.
- 3) Our federal government does not value the contributions of our founding fathers without whom they would not even be in existence.
- 4) The individual freedoms guaranteed to us by our Constitution are also viewed as a threat.
- 5) One distinguishing characteristic now used to profile potential domestic terrorists is quoting or making reference to the US Constitution.
Recently American citizens have been detained for having conservative bumper stickers making reference to Constitutional quotes. In lieu of this disturbing behavior by law enforcement agents one only has to ask, what next?
There have been many trends lately toward strange movements and buildups by the federal government over the years that point to sinister developments that should not be ignored by vigilant citizens. Recently Homeland Security purchased 450 million hollow point bullets. You could wage a war with that much ammunition. Hollow point bullets are designed to explode inside of a victim they are not designed to wound but to kill. For years they were outlawed even by enforcement agencies, but are apparently now desired by the DHS. No explanation has been given.
One must truly wonder just for what reason that FEMA has been building internment camps in concentrations throughout the United States for. Many of these facilities have been constructed on old military bases, many high schools have actually been equipped as temporary holding facilities. Through out the south elaborate complexes that look like the classic stalag made for POW’s by the German army in World War II stand in rural areas, well maintained by skeleton crews awaiting some future purpose. Is this one of the reasons that the federal government cannot achieve a balanced budget due to such spending?
News crews have done thorough of investigating huge train depots of idle yet massive railyards. Miles of trains stand unused but ready for some elusive reason that most Americans don’t know of or seem unwilling to learn about. There are filmed archives of these gigantic depots with empty cars lined up for miles. One source says that the US government has contracted for these trains and that they contain shackles welded to the interiors. As many as 300 thousand or more of these trains, they claim have already been built and paid for by the federal government.
I will continue further with Part II to this report in order to keep it from being too voluminous for the reader. The questions and speculations revolving around all these developments are too compelling to ignore.