Sunday, April 19, 2009

That Sinister "Report"

http://video1. washingtontimes. com/video/ extremismreport. pdf [the DHS report itself]

http://www.washingtontimes.com/ news/2009/ apr/14/federal- agency-warns- of-radicals- on-right/ [news article about the report]

I have two extremely important points to make:

1) "(U//FOUO) Rightwing extremist views bemoan the decline of U.S. stature and have recently focused on themes such as the loss of U.S. manufacturing capability to China and India, Russia’s control of energy resources and use of these to pressure other countries, and China’s investment in U.S. real estate and corporations as a part of subversion strategy." [excerpt from the report]

WTF? That does not apply to us. They certainly paint "right wing extremists" with a very broad brush. It's as if they are totally unaware of any White Nationalists who actually hate the Jewnited States, see it as the engine of the Jew World Order, and who would love to see it collapse and fracture into separate sovereign countries.

Consider this quote from Sun Tzu: "Know thy self, know thy enemy. A thousand battles, a thousand victories." These bastards apparently don't know us.

2) In the news article, the woman swears up and down that DHS respects freedom of thought and expression. Now look carefully at this second excerpt:

"Open source reporting of wartime ammunition shortages has likely spurred rightwing extremists—as well as law-abiding Americans—to make bulk purchases of ammunition. These shortages have increased the cost of ammunition, further exacerbating rightwing extremist paranoia and leading to further stockpiling activity. Both rightwing extremists and law-abiding citizens share a belief that rising crime rates attributed to a slumping economy make the purchase of legitimate firearms a wise move at this time."

The definition of "extremist" is one who has views far outside the mainstream. An extremist is not necessarily a criminal, which ZOG freely admits in PR statements (such as those in the news article linked to above), since that is not part of the dictionary definition, after all. In sharp contrast, they are clearly saying, in the report, that mere thoughts and words make one a criminal.


I have caught the bastards red-handed, admitting that they believe in the concept of thoughtcrime. Think about it. They could have used "criminals" or "terrorists" in place of "extremists" [who, as I stated above, merely think thoughts far outside the mainstream, and who do not necessarily ever do anything illegal].

-Matt

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