Orwell hit this one on the head…
So if you had any doubt that NDAA, CISPA, DHS, drones, warrant-less searches, TSA, the Newtown-circus and citizen disarmament etc. were a prelude to your preemptive criminalization, consider yourself disabused of that comforting notion.
Make no mistake about it you tinfoil hat wearing, gun toting, Bible clinging, knuckle dragging anachronisms: YOU ARE the the threat. YOU are the enemy. YOU must be handled, managed, silenced, marginalized and entrapped.
The state fears nothing so much as an awakened, empowered and angry citizenry and so you sheep are not allowed off the farm. Punishment will be severe.
So, what are you going to do? I think that the time for calls and letters to Congressmen, candlelight vigils, writing op-eds and cordial, thought provoking discourse to the uninformed has long been over: That stuff is pointless. The time is here to get ready for the long pull, the dark struggle, the end game.
I say it is time to disappear, opt out and go Galt. I say the ‘laws’ and Government are now so illegal, so immoral that the only ethical course of action is to withdraw from that context. In other words, I quit. I am forming and fostering a new society of the like minded. If that makes me a “sovereign man” to you Mr. FBI person, so be it. And fuck you. I’ll be out here working for the good, and working against you if needed.
Good luck on getting me back in the corral.
With almost no media coverage, the White House last week announced its new Interagency Working Group to Counter Online Radicalization to Violence that will target not only Islamic terrorists but so-called violent “sovereign citizens.”
The FBI defines “sovereign citizens” as “anti-government extremists who believe that even though they physically reside in this country, they are separate or ‘sovereign’ from the United States.”
The law enforcement agency noted such citizens believe they don’t have to answer to any government authority, including courts, taxing entities, motor vehicle departments or police.
The FBI warned that sovereign citizens commit murder and physical assault; threaten judges, law enforcement professionals and government personnel; impersonate police officers and diplomats; and engineer various white-collar scams, including mortgage fraud and so-called “redemption” schemes.
The new online working group will be chaired by the national security staff at the White House with input from specialists in countering what the Obama administration calls violent extremism.
Also included in the group, according to a White House release, will be “Internet safety experts, and civil liberties and privacy practitioners from across the United States Government.”
The new group says its initial focus will be on raising awareness about the threat and “providing communities with practical information and tools for staying safe online.”
The working group says it will coordinate with the technology industry to “consider policies, technologies, and tools that can help counter violent extremism online” while being careful not to interfere with “lawful Internet use or the privacy and civil liberties of individual users.”
Today, Obama is reportedly poised to issue an executive order aimed at thwarting cyber attacks against critical infrastructure.
The Hill reported the executive order would establish a voluntary program in which companies operating critical infrastructure would elect to meet cybersecurity best practices and standards crafted, in part, by the government.
Because of the troubling ideology of some Obama officials, the question arises as to exactly which citizens are considered threats by the government.
WND broke the story about a lengthy academic paper by President Obama’s so-called regulatory czar, Cass Sunstein, suggesting the government should “infiltrate” social network websites, chat rooms and message boards. Sunstein stepped down last year.
Such “cognitive infiltration,” Sunstein argued, should be used to enforce a U.S. government ban on “conspiracy theorizing.” Among the beliefs Sunstein classified as a “conspiracy theory” is that global-warming advocacy is a fraud.
Last year, Reuters revealed that a government document indicates the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s command center routinely monitors dozens of popular websites, including Facebook, Twitter, Hulu, WikiLeaks and news sites such as the Huffington Post and Drudge Report.
Reuters reported that a “privacy compliance review” issued by DHS in November 2012 confirms that since at least June 2010, the department’s national operations center has been operating a “Social Networking/Media Capability” which involves regular monitoring of “publicly available online forums, blogs, public websites and message boards.”
The government document states that such monitoring is meant to “collect information used in providing situational awareness and establishing a common operating picture” to help manage national or international emergency events.
Last year, Attorney General Eric Holder signed new guidelines that relaxed restrictions on how counterterrorism analysts may retrieve, store and search information about Americans gathered by government agencies for purposes other than national security threats.
The new guidelines allow the government’s National Counterterrorism Center to keep Internet data collected on private citizens for up to five years instead of 18 months.
With additional research by Joshua Klein. via Big Brother to monitor ‘sovereign citizens’.
You know something Grey, now I wonder if they were the ones jamming my blog?
What I am trying to come to terms with, is that those people are professionals and as such, they are trained and experienced. Engaging in any activities of the nature written, it means that they knowingly are engaging in a criminal enterprise and are now criminals with badges. There is no distinction between what they are doing or if they were bought by drug dealers, or organized crime, and therefore have sold their integrity and their badges.
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Hey I reblogged this but I have never done it before and didn’t like the way it
came out. Do you mind if I just do it the way I want it and put your link at the top?
no prob! thx for asking though, GE.
No, Thank You!
I think you’re responsible for every hit I’ve gotten over
here so far, I never dreamed it could be so hard!
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