Thursday, March 12, 2009

According to the Government, Libertarians are "Right-Wing Extremists" and "Terrorists"

Below is a document that recently surfaced. It originated in MO at the MO Information Analysis Center, but was sent and then posted by a MO police officer anonymously at Infowars. From their wbesite, they say "The Missouri Statistical Analysis Center is a unit within state government responsible for providing traffic safety and criminal justice information and research services to federal, state, and local authorities as well as Missouri citizens."

The document refers to those who are concerned about their gun rights, fear gun confiscations, fear the use of the military for police, and more, are "right-wing extremists" and "terrorists" to be on guard against. Among the warning signs of these "dangerous" people are political signs, bumper stickers, etc. of candidates Ron Paul, Chuck Baldwin and Bob Barr. Displaying support for the Constitution party, the Libertarian Party and the Campaign for Liberty are signs that you may be a "rightwing extremist" militia member. They have painted with a broad brush libertarians, constitutionalists, gun rights activists, militias (most of which are not at all extremists as they portray), and other people concerned with the future of liberty in this country as extremists and terrorists. Of course they begin the document with a handful of examples of violent people and attempt to associate all militia members and by extension libertarians et. al with people like Timothy McVeigh. I apologize for the poor quality when I tried to post them here, but the following are links where you can read them more clearly:

Lest any left-wingers think they are off the hook, I would also like to remind you of this document from the FBI on "terrorists." Left-wingers are just as much suspects of "terrorism" as the person who makes frequent references to the Constitution, according to this document:

This is truly chilling but we all knew the road this country was headed down when the so-called "Patriot" Act was passed. Any of us can be declared "terrorists" simply because we don't support a police state.
Now, something else I came across yesterday was the fact that after the tragic shooting in Alabama, U.S. Army soldiers were deployed in the town, seemingly in violation of Posee Comitatus, although I am on the lookout for more confirmation of this:

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