New DHS Report: If You Love “Individual Liberty” Or If You “Believe In Conspiracy Theories” You Are A Potential Terrorist

Add to that wanting privacy when in an internet cafe or buying more than a weeks worth of food and you get the picture.

Do you love America?  Are you against a one world economy and a one world government?  Do you deeply love individual liberty?  Do you believe in conspiracy theories?  If you answered any of those questions affirmatively, then you are a potential terrorist according to a brand new Department of Homeland Security report that was just released in January 2012. The report is entitled “Hot Spots of Terrorism and Other Crimes in the United States, 1970 to 2008“, and it was produced by the “National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism” for the Department of Homeland Security.  As you will see detailed later on in this article, the most shocking part of this report is when it discusses the “ideological motivations” of potential terrorists.  The report shamelessly attempts to portray red-blooded Americans that love liberty and that love their country as the enemy.  Once upon a time, deeply patriotic Americans were considered to be the backbone of America, but today they are considered to be potential terrorists.

And this report is yet another example of how the definition of “terrorism” has changed.  A decade ago, the entire focus of the “war on terror” was on radical Muslims and we were told that we had to send our boys and girls to the other side of the world to defeat them.

Well, in this new report there is barely any mention of Islam at all.  Instead, the report identifies patriots, conspiracy theorists, evangelical Christians, anti-abortion activists, survivalists and those that are against globalism as the real threats.

The focus of the “war on terror” has fundamentally shifted.  The “enemy” is now those that love freedom and those that love America.

According to the new DHS report, the following are some of the beliefs and ideologies of American terrorists….

-“fiercely nationalistic (as opposed to universal and international in orientation)”


-“suspicious of centralized federal authority”

-“reverent of individual liberty”

-“believe in conspiracy theories”

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6 thoughts on “New DHS Report: If You Love “Individual Liberty” Or If You “Believe In Conspiracy Theories” You Are A Potential Terrorist

  1. I read most of this report but its twisted logic hurt my head so much I had to stop for my own sanity. If you’ve identified poverty as a breeding ground for social discontent (reasonable) and then labelled that as terrorism (a leap), surely a more cost effective and humane approach to the problem would be to directly address the issue of poverty rather than invest billions in anti-terrorist infrastructure, equipment and systems?

    The US is a state living in unfathomable fear of its own people. I am beginning to think that the authors of the 2nd amendment had much more vision than I previously thought.

  2. Just when you think it couldn’t get any worse it does ! We are all “officially” the terrorists now 😦

    From Annie Machon Pastor Martin Niemoeller Updated

    First they came for the Irish in the 1980s,

    But I was not Irish so I did not speak up.

    Then they came for the Muslims after 9/11,

    But I was not a Muslim, so I did not speak up.

    Then they came for the “domestic extremists”,

    But I was not an activist, so I did not speak up.

    Then they came for me;

    and there was nobody left to speak up for me.

    • And 30.000 unmanned drones in the next 18 years over the USA. And soon over us too to be sure.

  3. So I’m a “truther” ,do you think John Key will sign off on a Predator drone strike on my house if Obuma asks him ?

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