Monday, August 22, 2011

Another Short Roster of Terrorist Acts

In "A Short Roster of Terrorist Acts" I tried to show the terrifying extent of encroachments by the police state. I meant to assemble reports of these abuses because when you see piecemeal reports, you tend not to relate it to the reports you've seen in previous days and weeks.

With that in mind, you may want to review the first post (see link above) to help you keep the total picture in mind. The power of the police state is growing exponentially and seeks to encompass all of life.

Roster Entry #4

Here's a link to an article about an FBI publication circulated to surplus stores.

FBI wants businesses watching for customers paying with cash Government calls buying 'night flashlights,' making 'extreme religious statements' indicators of terrorism

So, if you use cash, you may be a terrorist. If you buy a "night flashlight" you may be a terrorist. (Aren't flashlights made to be used at night?) If you speak about your faith, you may be a terrorist.

Here's another link that reveals the FBI has determined that you may be a terrorist if you use an almanac:

I know that I've made the point before, but here it is again: Exactly who is being terrorized here?

Roster Entry #5

I'm sure you've already heard about these terrorists, but it deserves honorable mention here. T.E.A. Party people -- people who believe that civil government is not above the law -- are dangerous terrorists.

Roster Entry #6

Finally, some good news! You don't have to worry about all those terrorists --people who believe in limited government,  who pay cash, who eat unprocessed foods, who use flashlights at night, and who have the audacity to make videos of public servants. It seems the feds intend to make society safe by putting all these terrorists into American Internment Camps.

Roster Entry #7

This final group may not technically fall into the terrorist category, but they are definitely bad people. I'm referring, of course to parents.

On second thought, if these parents resist social workers who try to take away their children in order to fill quotas, then maybe the powers that be will consider them terrorists after all.

If you think the Protective Services abuses cited above represent isolated cases, check the videos below:

CPS "Insider" reveals secret rules

Nancy Schaeffer: CPS Profits from Seizing Children

NBC & CBS Reports on CPS Using Psychotropic Drugs to "Manage" Children

Truth about Child Protective Services

CPS Tyranny

Alex Jones: CPS Exposed (at least one instance of crude language)

Did you notice the oft recurring references to financial incentives? The opportunity for pedophiles who work in the system to abuse children seems to be merely the frosting on the cake.

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