You Are a Potential Terrorist,
If You're on This List
Just when you thought you had ducked safely under the radar,
stockpiled food and ammo without anyone noticing, you turn up on the government's list of potential threats to
national security, better known as Main Core. "Darn, how did that happen," you think. "I was so careful not to be
noticed. They must have spies everywhere." Good observation. They do.
Cheer up, you're in good company. Anybody who's anybody is on the
list with you. I know, that's not much relief, but hey, what was a list of only about 8 million Americans just a
few months ago is probably half of the country by now. Feel better?
When you think about it, having a list of possible trouble-makers
is probably a good idea, especially if you're a corrupt and power-hungry government and you want to keep control
over the people you've been fooling into thinking that you care about them. Releasing the criteria you use to round
up these miscreants will send the message loud and clear that you, as dictator, don't actually give a damn about
people at all. In fact, by making the criteria broad enough to include everyone but your immediate family and
scumbag colleagues, you guarantee that everyone who would love to hang you for treason and murder is locked up in
FEMA camps. Your personal note to FEMA: Build more camps pronto.
So, lets have a look at the list of criteria by which our loving
politicians sort out who is a threat to their continued exploitation of us and our country. The list is long, and
that's to be expected. Can't let anyone who even thinks bad thoughts about our dictator go unpunished. That would
be caving in to the First Anmendment's guarantee of free speech and thought. Ready? Here goes...
The List of Criteria for Potential Terrorists:
1. Those who believe in Individual liberties - Wow, what a great
start. All those Bill of Rights fanatics- arrest them all. Who needs liberties? We have King Obama and a nanny
state that takes care of us. Check.
2. Those that believe in State’s rights - Let's see, the States
created the Federal Government and can dissolve it if they want. But if you believe that, you're a terrorist. Go
3. Those who want to make the world a ‘better place’ - Yeah,
let's make the world a worse place, like politicians do. Check.
4. "Colonists who sought to free themselves from British Rule" -
Colonists? Wow, are they still around? They must be really old, and still a threat at their age!
5. Those who want to defeat communism -Like the US has faked for
decades? so, now that's bad? Oh right, two legs good, four legs better.
6. Those that believe "that the interests of one’s own nation are
separate from the interests of other nations or the common interest of all nations" - Hmmm, right, let's try to
control the whole world, while our own people starve. Check.
7. Anyone that holds a "political ideology that considers the
state to be unnecessary, harmful,or undesirable" - You mean like making wars on innocent people, bombing children,
Napalming villages, supporting dictators, democide, bailouts... ? Totally desireable and necessary.
8. Anyone that possesses an "intolerance toward other religions"
- Who might that be? 'Intolerance', as in "I don't like religions"? Well, I don't really have any interest in
religions, but I'm tolerant. What, exactly does 'intolerance' look like? KKK activity? Oops, the KKK actually has
strong ties that go way back to the Democratic Party, Obama.
9. Those that "take action to fight against the exploitation of
the environment and/or animals" - You mean it's now uncool to protect this planet from exploitation by corporations
who don't give a shit? So oil spills and radioactive contamination are now good for us? Check.
10. "Anti-Gay" - You mean 'anti' as in "I don't like?" Oh, so the
First Amendment is now obsolete? I can't dislike anything? Can I dislike those who are anti-gay? Are you now
dictating what is acceptable thought? And if I'm anti-politician, is that terrorism or patriotism?
11. "Anti-Immigrant" - Hey, most of us are immigrants
and decendants of immigrants. You mean the deliberate importation of criminals from Central America and Mexico to
create chaos, crime, poverty, racial conflicts and more slaves to the feds? Totally cool.
12. "Anti-Muslim" - As in "I'd rather not be Muslim" or as in "I
hate Muslims"? What if I hate politicians? Hey, for all the US posturing about Islam, I don't see a single point
here about Muslims except that we can't be anti-Muslim. Go figure. Oh, I get it, Hussein Obama's Muslim
13. "The Patriot Movement" - So, now we don't like anybody who's
loyal to his country or its people? Check.
14. "Opposition to equal rights for gays and lesbians" - So now
we can't oppose anything we don't like? I oppose corrupt policians who make ridiculous lists like this. How about
equal rights for Americans, as outlined in the Bill of rights?
15. Members of the Family Research Council - This sounds fair, I
mean do we really want people doing research on families?
16. Members of the American Family Association - And this too, an
association of families - sounds really suspect. Planned Parenthood, formerly Eugenics Incorporated, now there's a
noble cause, sterilizing the Third World. How thoughtful.
17. Those that believe that Mexico, Canada and the United States
"are secretly planning to merge into a European Union-like entity that will be known as the ‘North American Union’"
- The feds have released documents that spell all this out. So now we're not supposed to believe what the feds tell
us about their plans for the NAU? It's out in the open, so sure, let's round up people who think it's a 'secret'
18. Members of the American Border Patrol/American Patrol - The
folks who follow the Constitution and try to keep out illegal immigrants, we now don't like them? They are suspect?
Or is it because they won't cooperate with the intentional destrucion of the border with Mexico?
19. Members of the Federation for American Immigration Reform -
Reformists? Can't have any reform. Round 'em up.
20. Members of the Tennessee Freedom Coalition - Freedom?
Coalitionists? Sounds provocative, even revolutionary. Round 'em up.
21. Members of the Christian Action Network - Action, that sounds
too proactive. Must be troublemakers. Round 'em up.
22. Anyone that is "opposed to the New World Order" - NWO - You
mean those rich sociopaths who manufacture wars and manipulate politics and nations for their own amusement? Why
would anyone oppose that gagle of scumbags and turds that won't flush? I say promote them all. Nelson Rockefeller
23. Anyone that is engaged in "conspiracy theorizing" - I don't
know anybody like that. We're all pretty sure that these conspiracies are fact. But hey, if we find anyone still
'theorizing' about our corrupt, tyrannical government, well set them straight.
24. Anyone that is opposed to Agenda 21 - Sure, let's hand over
our sovereignty to a bunch of non-elected UN power freaks in Manhatten who are hell-bent on world domination and
enslaving all of us. Who would oppose that? Check.
25. Anyone that is concerned about FEMA camps - Why would anyone
be 'concerned' about these concentration camps which will only be used to "keep us safe" from, well, people on this
list. In other words, the camps are for us! See, no need for concern.
26. Anyone that "fears impending gun control or weapons
confiscations" - Okay, a few guns were confiscated after Katrina and maybe in half a dozen other places in Boston,
but it was all in the name of keeping Americans safe, and testing plans for martial law. And some laws were passed
in New York and Connecticut to register guns, which 85% of citizens ignored. Our politicians have reassured us that
they are not coming for our guns, and as they always tell the truth, we have nothing to worry about, unless history
repeats itself. Could they be lying to us?
27. The militia movement - Oh yeah, this is really troubling,
even though the Constitution requires every State to have its own militia, composed of armed citizens.
28. The sovereign citizen movement - Who'd ever want to be
involved in this? Our government is on our side, right?
29. Those that "don’t think they should have to pay taxes" - Why
would anyone not want to support the corrupt bankers at the Federal Reserve and the illegal wars that our tax
dollars make possible? How unpatriotic. Check.
30. Anyone that "complains about bias" - Yeah, every time I hear
someone complain about bias, I lose my tolerance.
31. Anyone that "believes in government conspiracies to the point
of paranoia" - Our government has been involved in so many conspiracies, there really isn't any paranoia about it,
nor do we still relegate facts of history to mere 'belief'. Gulf of Tonkin 'attack' that never happened and got us
into the Vietnam War wasn't a conspiracy? Sinking the Lusitania? 9-11, Building 7 collapse, Pentagon hit by plane
that vaporized, chemtrails, fluoridated water, war for profit, war on drugs by the world's biggest drug dealer, sex
slave trade by the CIA... Why would anyone be paranoid?
32. Anyone that "is frustrated with mainstream ideologies" -
Mainstream ideolgies, like what? Democracy? Two-party system? Capitalism? Why would anyone be frustrated by a
system that works to enslave them and make rich people richer? That's ungrateful.
33. Anyone that "visits extremist websites/blogs" - If you
suspect your government of corruption and scandal, you're an extremist. Wow, that's like suspecting Colgate of
secretly manufacturing toothpaste, or claiming that Exxon-Mobile has been caught refining oil. Obama lies, except
when he says he's good at killing people or when he talks about predator drones. If you find any of these truths
online, you must be a terrorist.
34. Anyone that "establishes website/blog to display extremist
views" - You mean like this one? 'Extreme', as in "The goverment is corrupt!? That's not extreme anymore, it's like
"Politicians lie", and "Bankers are greedy" - pretty much common knowledge. 'Extremist views' might be like "I saw
the Earth from Mars", or "I think we should all be cannibals", or like the Skull and Boneheads, "I think we should
sacrifice babies in our sick, sociopathic ceremony". Extremist (and delusional) is thinking that you are above the
Constitution, that God is not watching you, and that you will get away with murder, Obama.
35. Anyone that "attends rallies for extremist causes" - There
goes 'right to assemble'. What is an 'extremist cause' anyway? Like 'Patriotism'?
36. Anyone that "exhibits extreme religious intolerance" -
'Extreme', as in "I am extremely intolerant of other people shoving their religions down my throat"? Is that also
37. Anyone that "is personally connected with a grievance" - Wow,
now we can't even grieve? My friend grieves for her father who died. Can I be 'personally connected' with her? I
hold Obama guilty of murder and treason. Is that a grievance? I don't feel personally connected.
38. Anyone that "suddenly acquires weapons" - Suddenly, as in
buying a gun at the store in a single day, as opposed to taking a week to buy it?
39. Anyone that "organizes protests inspired by extremist
ideology" - 'Extremist', as in "I am extremely upset about government corruption"? I hereby protest
against government trashing the First Amendment, which reads... "Congress shall make no law respecting an
establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the
press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of
40. "Militia or unorganized militia" - Already covered. Besides,
some of them are well organized.
41. "General right-wing extremist" - I should think so -
right-wing extremist generals would be a threat, at least to Obama. Good call. Check.
42. Citizens that have "bumper stickers" that are patriotic or
anti-U.N. - 'Go America!' bumber stickers, bad, God bless the UN, good? Suggested bumper sticker: "Gun Control: the
ability to hit a blue helmet from 100 meters." You're already on the list, why not have fun?
43. Those that refer to an "Army of God" - God has an army? Cool!
Where do I enlist?
44. Those that are "fiercely nationalistic (as opposed to
universal and international in orientation)" - Can't one be both? I am. I love my country (but not its government)
and I love other countries as parts of a universal family.
45. Those that are "anti-global" - 'Anti', as in "I'm not a
globe", or as in "I don't like globalists", or as in "Let's take care of our own people first, and if we can take
care of others later, we will". Or 'Anti', as in anti-globalist sociopaths, Bilderbergers, NWO criminals? Like
46. Those that are "suspicious of centralized federal authority"
- The States created the Federal Government and can dissolve it if it becomes a threat to them or to the people.
Obama has become all three branches of government and a dictator. Should we be suspicious? Hmmm
47. Those that are "reverent of individual liberty" - Who needs
the Bill of Rights? All bow in reverence to King Obama!
48. Those that "believe in conspiracy theories" - Not theories,
really, more like truths based on the governments own released documents. If they don't want us believing our
government is involved in conspiracies and has been for decades, they should stop publishing the details and
bragging about them publically. Duh.
49. Those that have "a belief that one’s personal and/or national
‘way of life’ is under attack" - NSA spying, police brutality, degraded education, water fluoridation, chemtrails,
bailouts, Patriot Act, NDAA, Obama ruling by executive orders... But hey, everything's cool. Go back to
50. Those that possess "a belief in the need to be prepared for
an attack either by participating in paramilitary preparations and training or survivalism" - Right, the Boy Scouts
and the Mormons are crazy; what could go wrong that anyone would need to 'be prepared' for an emergency? Just look
at how responsive FEMA was after Katrina. Yup, folks you can cound on. Anybody hear of Obama's attempt to detonate
an EMP over the USA? Ah, but don't worry, he's our leader, it must have been for our own good. Under attack by our
own government? Absurd.
51. Those that would "impose strict religious tenets or laws on
society (fundamentalists)" - You mean like Obama is doing with his endless executive orders? Expect Sharia Law any
52. Those that would "insert religion into the political sphere"
- You mean like the founding fathers did? Oops, sorry, "In God we trust" is not religious, it's spiritual. Is it
okay to insert 'spirituality' into the political sphere? Apparently not, that's why it's spiritually
53. Anyone that would "seek to politicize religion" - No real
need, it's already political enough.
54. Those that have "supported political movements for autonomy"
- So supprting legal political movements is now illegal? How about breaking the bonds with Britain? Was that 'bad'?
Oh, that was good, but it's not okay when the tyrants are the feds? Check.
55. Anyone that is "anti-abortion" - 'Anti', as in "I don't want
an abortion", or "I don't want others to have an abortion", or as in "I think we have to talk about what abortion
means and leave politics out of the discussion". Perhaps we should 'insert spirituality' into the
56. Anyone that is "anti-Catholic" - 'Anti' as in "I'm not
Catholic", or as in "I don't like Catholics" or as in "I hate Catholics", or as in "I'm anti-Catholic"? What if I'm
against anti-Catholics? Why is the CIA-supported ISIS killing Christians? Oh, I get it, they're not Catholics. Duh.
Obama is anti-Catholic. Is he on the list?
57. Anyone that is "anti-nuclear" - 'Anti' as in "I don't like
nukes", or as in "I don't like nuclear energy", or as in "I think Fukushima, Chernobyl, and Three-Mile Island are
reasons to be concerned". Or is it anti-Newtonian Physics? "I'm anti-nucleus, pro electron, oh and
58. "Rightwing extremists" - As in beliefs? We can't have our own
beliefs? My extreme beliefs don't have wings, but why should anybody care?
59. "Returning veterans" - Of course, let's label vets as
potential terrorists. After all, they took an oath to defend the Constitution. Ah, that's it, they won't allow the
feds to take over this country. And they're armed. That's why the feds are declaring them mentally unfit and taking
their guns, then sending them back to fight overseas. Makes perfect sense.
60. Those concerned about "illegal immigration" - The government
is bussing and flying illegal immiigrants in by the thousands. They have no money and no means of support, so
locals have to shoulder the burden of housing and feeding them. Many are criminals and many have diseases. But why
be concerned? Being concerned is terrorism. Check.
61. Those that "believe in the right to bear arms" - "Believe
in", as in respect the 2nd Amendment? Hmmm, I thought every federal employee takes an oath to defend the
Constitution, which, by the way, has 27 Amendments, including the 2nd, the right to keep an bear arms. That's bad?
Do you "believe in" the 2nd Amendment? That's like asking "Do you believe in your mother?" Like she won't exist if
I don't believe in her? The 2nd Amendment exists, whether I or anybody believes in it or not. It's the law, and
nowhere in the Constitution does Congress or the President get the power to regulate gun ownership or to pass any
law contradicting the Constitition. All laws on gun control are illegal. Check mate.
62. Anyone that is engaged in "ammunition stockpiling" - As in
having some at home? How about the feds, buying billions of rounds. That's not stockpiling? Oh, they can have ammo
but we can't, I get it. The feds want a monopoly on force. Check.
63. Anyone that exhibits "fear of Communist regimes" - Wow, you
are a terrorist if you fear Obama's regime? Most of us have no fear of Russia or China, but Obama's dictatorial
regime is bordering on communist. Well, he was raised and groomed by communists, so why would he not practice what
he was preached? Fear of Obama, bad. Check.
64. "Anti-abortion activists" - How about inactive activists? Or
pro-abortion inactivists? Neither does anything. Ah, so it's activism, that's the threat? Check.
65. Those that are against illegal immigration - You mean those
who support the Constitution which states that the borders must be secure? Obama actually sued Arizona for
defending it's borders and objecting to illegals being dumped in the state. So Obama sided with Mexico and the drug
cartels against Arizona. Makes perfect sense. Illegal immigration, good. Check.
66. Those that talk about "the New World Order" in a "derogatory"
manner - Why would anybody be derogatory about a bunch of elite sociopaths who think they are chosen by God to rule
the planet and to enslave the rest of us? We should encourage them to colonize Mars and leave this planet
67. Those that have a negative view of the United Nations - Who
could have a negative view of this fine group of criminals who want to dominate the planet, sterilize poor people
and eliminate most of us. Nice bunch. Just look at all the perks we get from their Agenda 21. Slavery. Disarmament.
Domination. What's not to like?
68. Those that are opposed "to the collection of federal income
taxes" - You mean there are people who won't pay their fare share to make war on innocent people and to
funnel billions to rich bankers who hold us hostage? How unpatriotic and shameful.
69. Those that supported former presidential candidates Ron Paul,
Chuck Baldwin and Bob Barr - Oh, right, these guys are constitutionalists, that won't do. Constitution, bad;
dictators, good. Check.
70. Those that display the Gadsden Flag ("Don’t Tread On Me") -
How about a flag or bumper sticker that says 'Tread On Me'? That would be cool, no? How about bumper stickers that
say "Baby on Bord"? Oh, right... babies, bad; sterilization, good. How about "God bless the New World Order, with
71. Those that believe in "end times" prophecies - We can't even
believe what we want? So now we have 'Belief Crimes'. "What, you believe in a prophecy? You're a Belief Criminal!
Officer, arrest this guy. He believes in a prophecy". Wait, it's coming.
72. Evangelical Christians - I'm confused. Doesn't the First
Amendment guarantee freedom of religion? Not any more. I wonder what Evangelical Christians did to get on the wrong
side of Obama. Pray for his demise? Maybe they didn't vote for him. I like them already.
So, if you have been 'caught' thinking (Thought-Crime), believing
(Belief Crime) speaking (Dissent) or doing (Terrorism) any of the above-mentioned 'crimes', by the governments NSA
spying apparatus, you may assume that you are on the list of potential terrorists who will be the first to be
rounded up and 'detained' (locked up indefinitely) at one of your friendly neighborhood FEMA (concentration) camps
for re-education, or perhaps just disposal.
Should this actually happen, you will be among friends, but you
may not enjoy your extended stay. Remember, in 1942 this government rounded up 127,000 American citizens of
Japanese ancestry, and locked them in internment (concentration) camps for the duration of World War II. 'Interns'
knew that if they escaped they would be shot. Many of them had sold their homes and businesses for a fraction of
their value, because they feared they would not be there on their return. When the war ended and the 'prisoners'
were finally released, they were not welcome back in their own communities (thanks to government propaganda), as
anti-Japanese sentiments were high, and some villages posted signs telling them not to return. Homeless and without
anything, many scattered across the country.
This is how a government can, will and does treat its own
citizens. "Oh, but that couldn't happen today." Really? Have a look at the list above and tell me you
really believe our government wouldn't carry out it's plan to round up hundreds of thousands of people and lock
them away. This is what governments do to stay in power, when they fear the people are about to rise up against
But wait, it gets worse. If you are on the 'other list', the U.S.
Government 's Consolidated Terrorist Watch List, maintained by the FBI's Terrorist Screening Center (TSC), you are,
at this moment, on the monitor of someone in Virginia, not a photo of you, but a dot on a map indicating your
current location. That's right, you are being tracked in real time. Now, it's not easy to find out if you are on
that list, but all you have to do is to try to board a plane in an airport and you will be taken out of line and
searched nicely if you are. Your boarding card will have four Ss (SSSS), and you will face 'extra care' every time
you fly. They always know where you are, unless you ditch your cell phone and don't drive your vehicle. We're not
chipped (yet), so we can't be tracked electronically if we have no trackable electronics with us. Now you know how
to get off their screen, or to remain in one spot on it. You can also mail your cell phone to another place and use
another vehicle. If you really need to disappear, there are books on it.
But wait, it gets even worse. Cameras with microphones by the
zillions are being installed in cities across the country, and have been for years, in streetlights, on buildings,
fences, walls, towers, and they are equipped with face-recognition software and some have body scanners to see if
you carry a gun. So even if you have no chip, no electronics and no vehicle, if you are in a city outfitted with
these cameras, you can be tracked. Hitler, if were alive today, would be green with envy at the technology we have
developed to spy on citizens every minute, everywhere.
It doesn't take a braniac to see what the government has been
doing. Dissent is now labeled as 'terrorism', activism is labeled as 'treason'. Once they have these
labels established, it's easy to deal with those who oppose corrupt government in any way. If we even speak
something the government considers 'extremist', we can be arrested and detained, indefinitley, thanks to the NDAA.
The First Amendment is no longer there to protect free speech.
Obama and his NSA have crossed the line big time. He has
demonstrated that he is not interested in what we the people want. Need more evidence that he doesn't care about
you? Check this: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YiJBCxc0soM)
The NSA is now so powerful, it is another undeclared branch of
the government, spying on everyone, including members of Congress and the president. When you spy on someone, read
their emails, listen to their phone conversations, eventually you will find something you can use for blackmail.
And if you don't find it, you can create it and make it stick. Why do you suppose Congress is full of wimps? They
have to go along with Obama or they will be exposed for having sex with children, for taking drugs, for porn,
adultery, tax evasion, embezzeling or some other crime. Sadly, some of our Congress wimps are actually guilty of
crimes for which they could be ruined politically, so they play ball. Need some evidence? Look up Franklin Child
Sex Slave Scandal in connection with the White House. You'll find enough in a few minutes to become disgusted, so
don't get stuck in that mess. There are plenty of other, more recent, scandals to read up on, if you can stomach
Can anybody figure out why Eric Holder is still employed? I mean,
if you or I were to sell or give a single rifle to a Mexican drug boss, what do you suppose would happen to us?
Right, felon for life, prison for life. But our government has proved again and again that if you do a crime big
enough, and you're obedient to Obama, you don't even get charged with it. Instead, you get promoted. The IRS, used
for generations as a tool to punish opposing political supporters, is once again caught with dirty hands. And so
on. The current government, now with the lowest approval rating in history, less than 8%, our politicians have hit
the bottom and don't seem to care. What better way to deal with unruly Americans than to brand them all as
potential terrorists and lock them in concentration camps for daring to support the Constitution, free speech or
the right to dissent.
And if you really want to piss off the powers that be, try
reading the Declaration of Independence in public. Now, you'd think that the document that embodies the spirit of
freedom from tyranny, the one that proclaimed the right of the States to dissolve the bonds which bound them to
Britain, would be held in high regard by our government. You'd be wrong. Oh, the first few sentences are fine, but
as soon as you get past "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness", you find these outrageous statements: "That
to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the
governed, that whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to
alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing
its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness."
You see why reading this in public is a crime? Imagine what would
happen if the people of this country knew that this document is more a statement of who we are as a constitutional
republic than even the Constitution. Imagine if all of us were to demand that the federal government be altered or
abolished. It would be a revolution, even if we were to demand that the government follow their oaths of office and
support the current Constitution.
But that probably won't happen. Too many of us are glued to the
idiotic TV, thinking about American Idol or some inconsequential football or baseball game, the rest are fiddling
with their phones while driving, twittering and tweeting nonesense about their boring lives, suddenly given meaning
by technology to bore others with it in real time. The Food Channel, what could be more important these days than
food? Let's have a competition, pass the popcorn, kick back and watch people cooking to win a prize. Perhaps that's
the best some people can do, that's their level of involvement: spectators to the lives of others. Politicians and
bankers steal our country and everyting in it, devalue our money, raise our taxes, impose an absurd health care
scam on us, and the government sells off parts of our country to China, including the only deep water port on the
west coast, and we sleep soundly, unaware that we are being slowly packaged for delivery to another
We've been sold, and our children will be born into slavery, and
their children, and theirs. It's a done deal, unless we wake up, turn off the TV, put down our gadgets and get
involved with our future. What will you answer your children when they ask why you didn't stop the hijacking of our
country by bankers and politicians? Will you tell them that TV was more important than they are? That football and
the Food Channel took all of your time? Or will you admit that you were spinless and couldn't face the
responsibility of saving them from slavery? After all, you did your part - you voted those bastards into office,
expecting that they would do what they promised. But when they didn't, and instead got drunk with power, and used
that power to destroy our country, what did you do? Do something, so your children, and God, will be proud of you.
"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men to do nothing: -Edmund Burke