Just three months into Hussein Obama's first term Homeland Security warned the nation's law enforcement about “right wing extremists” and the threat that they may pose to the government.
It lumped together people who are one or more of pro second amendment, anti abortion, anti illegal immigration, or pro smaller government with white supremacists and domestic terrorists. But there was more:
"the return of military veterans facing significant challenges reintegrating into their communities could lead to the potential emergence of terrorist groups or lone wolf extremists capable of carrying out violent attacks."
A Libertarian-type ex-cop has followed the trend to date and noted that the Federal government has been portraying potential domestic terrorists as including such charachteristics:
- Expressions of libertarian philosophies (statements, bumper stickers)
- Second Amendment-oriented views (NRA or gun club membership, holding a CCW permit)
- Survivalist literature (fictional books such as "Patriots" and "One Second After" are mentioned by name)
- Self-sufficiency (stockpiling food, ammo, hand tools, medical supplies)
- Fear of economic collapse (buying gold and barter items)
- Religious views concerning the book of Revelation (apocalypse, anti-Christ)
- Expressed fears of Big Brother or big government
- Declarations of Constitutional rights and civil liberties
- Belief in a New World Order conspiracy
Remember that VA Hospital doctors started asking vets if they ever feel angry and whether they own a gun, and positive answers can have their arms confiscated and get them on the NICS list as being mentally incompetent with little opportunity of appeal.
Will ex-SEAL sniper/author Chris Kyle's (and another's) murder by a vet he was trying to help (in evil Texas of all places) be the next
element of the Hussein Obama administration's anti-gun, anti-veteran, propaganda? It's already been run up the flagpole...
It is this morning's AP Radio News headline and HuffPost's front-page!
'American Sniper' Killed at Gun Range
Former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, who wrote a best-selling book about his service in Iraq, was shot to death at a Texas gun range Saturday