Be ready for more. Be ready even to consider the unimaginable: the "generated crisis" that Joe Biden (and Colin Powell) so oddly warned about. Be ready for that to be a false flag attack upon Americans, performed by the Obama minions themselves and blamed upon "right wing extremists." That is what it would take (if even that would be successful) to manipulate our military and law enforcement patriots into actions against our own people, who may be forced to defend the Constitution against abrogations of the First, Second, Fourteenth Amendments, etc., standing in the way of the globally controlled society.
Our hope may lie with a combination of the constitutionally mandated free militia movement and an effort underway in our military and law enforcement communities. Enter, Oath Keepers -- who met today, at Lexington Green. Question: are constitutionally sanctioned free militias and Oath Keepers the very targets of Napolitano's big lie tactics? Do usurpers work in the White House? I know of no more significant "militant" threat to this building, global insurrection against free, constitutional America.
I am not guaranteeing a false flag atrocity will happen. I am saying that we do not adequately consider the Obama regime as the Marxofascists they are, unless we consider such an event. That is the track record, for this kind of people -- and it seems strategically necessary, for their twisted game to continue to develop, to fruition. Remember the Reichstag Fire. Remember what the Kuwati professor said (Our next 'Generated Crisis' -- by the Soros/Obama/Pelosi Insurrection?).
Today's report of Napolitano carrying the Obama/DHS plan forward, emphasis and marks in [brackets] by I.O.:
FOXNews.comAnyone should know that a Marxist or fascist regime's propaganda campaign is strategically designed to support its outrageous actions against the freedom of The People - or in the infamous words of Biden, Sunday 10/19/2008, things that make us go "Whoa!"
Sunday, April 19, 2009
Napolitano: Veterans are Targets of Right-Wing Extremist Recruiters
Homeland security chief says report could have been written differently, but imperative was to release details on right-wing extremists.
WASHINGTON -- The head of homeland security said Sunday she regrets that some people took offense over a report warning that right-wing extremist groups were trying to recruit disgruntled troops returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.
But Secretary Janet Napolitano added that "a number of groups far too numerous to mention" want to commit domestic terrorism attacks and are looking for new recruits.
She told a cable news network the warning report that went out to American law enforcement agencies was consistent with reports that were issued before.
"Here is the important point. The report is not saying that veterans are extremists. Far from it. What it is saying is returning veterans are targets of right-wing extremist groups that are trying to recruit those to commit violent acts within the country. We want to do all we can to prevent that," she said.
The intelligence assessment released to law enforcement on April 7 claims news of recession, the election of an African American president [calling patriots for a Constitutional America racists] rumors of new gun restrictions and the inability of veterans to reintegrate create fertile ground for radicalizing and recruiting right-wing extremists [Where is the evidence? - a common request of Barry Soetoro]
Of particular interest among radicals is possible recruitment of returning troops with "combat skills and experience" so as to boost their "violent capabilities," the report said. [Evidence? You mean all that "violent capability" expressed during the Tea Party protests that were reportedly under FBI surveillance? Oops, no violence. Notice she says "violent capability" - only the mere capability to be violent - i.e., owning guns constitutionally suitable for a critically important constitutional militia to carry.]
It added that new restrictions on gun ownership and the difficulty of veterans to reintegrate into their communities "could lead to the potential emergence of terrorist groups or lone wolf extremists capable of carrying out violent attacks." [Translation: if we support the letter and spirit of the 2nd Amendment vs. authoritarianism including confiscation of our arms, we are this regime's enemy.]
On Thursday, Napolitano apologized for some of the wording in the report, after civil liberties officials at the Homeland Security Department said the report was issued without a change in some of the language that had been subject for dispute.
"To the extent veterans read it as an accusation ... an apology is owed," Napolitano said during an on-air interview on FOX News Thursday. "This was an assessment, not an accusation." [They are after the minds and hearts of the military and law enforcement community, after all.]
But American Legion National Commander David Rehbein, who is to meet with Napolitano on Friday, told FOX News on Sunday the evidence suggests that troops are more likely to be first responders than extremists during an attack on the homeland. He added that he is less concerned about the apology than about the way the department reached its conclusions. [Translation: What are you trying to pull?]
"I'm hoping we can talk about the methods the department used as they begin to continue their job of assuring hoped secured and they have a big job, an important job and we need to make sure they are really going about it in the right way, so they can be most effective," he said. [Translation: This regime is under scrutiny, by those sworn to uphold the United States Constitution.]
"Trying to monitor a group of several million veterans, is frankly going to cost them a lot of time and resources, they don't have, that they could better spend monitoring already identified groups," Rehbein said. [Translation: Why surveil law abiding, patriotic citizens? What about the real terrorists? No, really, why?]
Napolitano said that in retrospect anything in the report could have been written differently, but "a fair reading of the report" would show that it is not trying to "give offense" but providing "situational awareness." [The propaganda campaign aimed at turning especially America's military and law enforcement community against defending the Constitution will continue.]