Thursday, July 30, 2009

Napolitano Pushes Paranoid Snoop And Snitch Nation

'War on terror' reaches US citizens

"Washington has called on Americans to aid in counterterrorism activities -- a move seen as a stepping stone to encroach upon civil liberties. Speaking on national security issues, including the notion of 'radicalized Americans' on Wednesday, the US Homeland Security Secretary, Janet Napolitano, told a gathering at the key international relations think tank, Council on Foreign Relations, about the US administration's intentions to engage 'ordinary' people in 'scouting' activities against rising 'homegrown terrorism.' The head of the Homeland Security Department urged Americans to join the White House bid in the collective battle against 'terrorism.' "

Yes, the current bloody epidemic of domestic terror attacks must be stopped, and this PSA shows you how people asking directions, looking through binoculars and writing in a book are especially dangerous to middle aged women who shake their fingers and admonish..

added - The attorney general realizes americans are fed up with his fearmongering, corrupt, criminal government.

Holder: Homegrown Terror Threat Increasing

"I mean, that's one of the things that's particularly troubling: This whole notion of radicalization of Americans."


Anonymous nick z said...

And of course, we can expect more people being arrested, detained, and interogated simply for having dissident voices and criticizing the government.

What concerns me the most, however, is how evil people will abuse this policy by exaggeration and lies with the selfish goal of destroying their competition.

30/7/09 6:40 AM  
Blogger Devin said...

I agree with nick z's comment! I used to think she was halfway decent (for a politician that is!) looks like she is just another enabler for a system that is probably either going out the door-or going to start to eat US!! all the best to you and everyone here as always!!

30/7/09 12:17 PM  

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