…and all those other alphabet agencies that have been slacking on their patriotic duty to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, both foreign and domestic‘. These cogs in the machine are accomplices to the criminal actions that this administration and government have been perpetrating. Please send this excellent vid from StormCloudsGathering viral…
An Open Message to The NSA
Basic, I say basic, history of spying on Americans:
A history of NSA wiretapping, Prism, Edward Snowden, William Binney and Thomas Drake:
Remember the big flap about email@example.com back in August, 2009? That same ridicule applies to the current surveillance state. Let them know that we know and that we are going to continue doing what we are doing because our rights come from God, not the Constitution, not the Declaration of Independence, not the Bill of Rights and certainly, NOT FROM THIS TOTALITARIAN GOVERNMENT.
One can go back to 1977 and the FISA Act that started the war against your right to privacy, but in 2001 the Bush administration and a congress full of assclowns and elitists ramped up the assault when they passed the incredibly un-Constitutional PATRIOT ACT which allowed for all sorts of invasive and silent investigations; federal agents writing their own warrants, warrantless wiretapping, library records, new banking rules, TSA sexual assault and conditioning, and the list goes on and on and ON. All of it is an attack on the Fourth Amendment and flips the whole notion of ‘innocent until proven guilty’on it’s head. (more…)
Come on folks, laugh along with me because we are wayyyyyyyyyyyyy past the point of being frightened.
The unbelievable stupidity and ineptitude of the government goes unchecked when a 20 year old U.S. born citizen of Egyptian descent is secretly GPS tracked by the FBI, who then gets caught, and shows up in force to get their GPS unit back. I’m wondering which event came first, the tracking or the 9th Circuit Appeals judge stating it’s legal to trespass when the government is spying on it’s citizens. Well, maybe that’s not how the decision was actually stated, but the results are the same, yes?
A California student got a visit from the FBI this week after he found a secret GPS tracking device on his car, and a friend posted photos of it online. The post prompted wide speculation about whether the device was real, whether the young Arab-American was being targeted in a terrorism investigation and what the authorities would do.
It took just 48 hours to find out: The device was real, the student was being secretly tracked and the FBI wanted its expensive device back, the student told Wired.com in an interview Wednesday.
The answer came when half-a-dozen FBI agents and police officers appeared at Yasir Afifi’s apartment complex in Santa Clara, California, on Tuesday demanding he return the device.
Afifi, a 20-year-old U.S.-born citizen, cooperated willingly and said he’d done nothing to merit attention from authorities. Comments the agents made during their visit suggested he’d been under FBI surveillance for three to six months.
An FBI spokesman wouldn’t acknowledge that the device belonged to the agency or that agents appeared at Afifi’s house.
“I can’t really tell you much about it, because it’s still an ongoing investigation,” said spokesman Pete Lee, who works in the agency’s San Francisco headquarters.
Afifi, the son of an Islamic-American community leader who died a year ago in Egypt, is one of only a few people known to have found a government-tracking device on their vehicle.
His discovery comes in the wake of a recent ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals saying it’s legal for law enforcement to secretly place a tracking device on a suspect’s car without getting a warrant, even if the car is parked in a private driveway.
Watch this, and read the story of this Austin mom at this link.
In the video below, agents of friendly fascism — who resemble a insurance salesman and his dowdy wife — visit a woman in Austin, Texas, and attempt to ask a few friendly questions about her rebellious behavior during a pro-Palestinian demonstration. Her rebellion did not consist of bomb-making or even inappropriate jokes about the president. Her crime was to display organized outrage over the murder and mistreatment of an entire people, a crime supported by and paid for by the U.S. government.
The FBI agents asked: Did she know anybody who would engage in violence or property damage? In other words, does she admit to being a terrorist and does she know of any terrorist plots ongoing?
At first glance, this line of questioning seems patently absurd. But it has a deeper purpose unstated and denied by the FBI — to inculcate fear of the state and intimidate and modify the behavior of an unruly and rebellious child. It is a routine designed to shut down opposition and discourage troublemakers from exercising their First Amendment right to petition the government for redress of grievances.
(Editor’s note: Though I do not agree with this woman’s views, it is her right to protest and exercise her right to free speech without Big Brother coming to her door.)
The Sovereign Citizen Movement is now listed as a domestic terrorist threat. What’s next? Really? What’s next? Reading the Constitution silently in your bed, under the blanket, with a flashlight? This ranks right up there with flag.gov.
The Climate of Fear marches on. It is so time to clean house.
Today, we look at a third threat—the “sovereign citizen” extremist movement.Sovereign citizens are anti-government extremists who believe that even though they physically reside in this country, they are separate or “sovereign” from the United States. As a result, they believe they don’t have to answer to any government authority, including courts, taxing entities, motor vehicle departments, or law enforcement.
This causes all kinds of problems—and crimes. For example, many sovereign citizens don’t pay their taxes. They hold illegal courts that issue warrants for judges and police officers. They clog up the court system with frivolous lawsuits and liens against public officials to harass them. And they use fake money orders, personal checks, and the like at government agencies, banks, and businesses.
That’s just the beginning. Not every action taken in the name of the sovereign citizen ideology is a crime, but the list of illegal actions committed by these groups, cells, and individuals is extensive (and puts them squarely on our radar).
(More at the link.)
Go here for our list of what qualifies as a domestic terrorist.
"First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, then you win." - Mahatma Ghandi
ABC affiliate, Denver Channel 7News has used, what can only be described as, inflammatory footage of a Restore America Plan supporter and linked it to the Guardians of the Free Republics.
YouTuber, Jonah70757 is shown with an AR15 in footage from Channel 7 News here, (hurry before they yank the video), with a title graphic “Guardians of the free republics supporter”. Is it possible that the inference is that somehow Jonah is a crazy extremist willing to use violence to make the plan happen as put forward by the feds through the FBI (see NY Times story below)? Listen to Jonah’s response on the video and decide for yourselves.
Many have been wondering if the Restore America Plan is real. To be honest, I still have doubts, but I am beginning to think that this government-labeled, ‘extremist group’ may just have a leg to stand on when I watch the feds, through their media lackeys, try to control the story and then attempt to put the genie back in the bottle through a visual smear campaign linking regular Americans who own guns with the Guardians. Does being an American who owns guns and supports the plan make one a violent extremist? Apparently so, as does reading the Constitution, breathing, and tying your shoes according to Janet and the other Janet.
Federal officials said that at least 30 governors received the threatening letters this week. State officials in Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Nevada, New York, Utah and Virginia said they were examining the letters. Officials in several states said security for governors had been increased.
On its Web site, gotfr.com, the Guardians of the Free Republics sets forth a plan to “restore America.” It describes the plan as “a bold achievable strategy for behind-the-scenes peaceful reconstruction of the de jure institutions of government without controversy, violence or civil war.” (emphasis mine)
The federal government told state police officials that the group could provoke violence by others because its members “advocate for their views through the use, support or facilitation of violence or illegal conduct.” (emphasis mine)
Oh really? I have yet to speak with a member or a supporter that believes we should march into DC with guns, and the fed’s statement is directly contradicted by the Guardians statement “…without controversy, violence, or civil war.”
I would really like to know when the FBI is going to start doing their jobs and follow the money trail of the $9 Trillion that the Federal Reserve “lost”, and the revenue stream Obamacare has created with no product to show for it.
Once again, anyone that supports the Constitution and the de jure government that it created is labeled an extremist by the corporate government now in place. The left and the right should be together on this issue.
I have contacted Jonah70757, and am waiting a response.
Below is the ‘threatening’ letter that the governors are receiving, and an update from one of the Guardians, Sam Kennedy.
To the blessed listeners of TAKE NO PRISONERS worldwide,
Well, I guess we got their attention this time.
As you probably know, The Restore America Plan has made the mainstream media including the lead story on the Fox News Network’s 6 o clock news (Special Report with Bret Baier), CNN MSN, NBC and ABC. Reporters around the country are angling for information, and the worst they can say is: The FBI and Department of Homeland Security are not aware of any immediate or credible threats of violence as part of this group’s plan. Big story there. The FBI has been in the field most courteously around the country and we have opened many new channels of communication. I made a surprise drop-in visit yesterday to a local FBI interview of a grand juror and had the pleasure of sharing information from the horse’s mouth, so to speak, and furthering our lines of communication. All in a day’s work for those of us who are committed to freeing our children before the world degrades into economic and political Armageddon.
I have a big surprise for our listeners tomorrow night (Sunday, April 3) on TAKE NO PRISONERS (8 PM ET, Republic Broadcasting Network). It’s not something I can just summarize here, but I can promise an immensely enjoyable and satisfying experience especially for members of the Guardians of the Free Republics, our enormous global audience, and the many new listeners we expect to be tuning in across the country. I invite everyone to join me.
I will also have the pleasure of sharing some of the more substantive elements of my interview of the FBI agent and State officer yesterday. I consider every opportunity to commune with an attorney, judge, prosecutor, law enforcement or bureaucrat a blessing from the Lord.
And finally, I will share some of the truth of the world around us of which new listeners may not be aware. For instance, I will have the pleasure of showing you the actual source of the 700B “bailout” funds.
TAKE NO PRISONERS can be heard on FM and shortwave stations around the world, and on the internet via Shoutcast or directly through the network website at:
But it already is being condemned as unconstitutional, unrealistic and probably ineffectual.
At Wired.com, in a report labeled “Threat Level,” writer David Kravets criticized the plan to demand “up to two years in prison for those whose electronic speech is meant to ‘coerce, intimidate, harass, or cause substantial emotional distress.'”
(a) In General- Chapter 41 of title 18, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following:
`Sec. 881. Cyberbullying
`(a) Whoever transmits in interstate or foreign commerce any communication, with the intent to coerce, intimidate, harass, or cause substantial emotional distress to a person, using electronic means to support severe, repeated, and hostile behavior, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than two years, or both.
`(b) As used in this section–
`(1) the term `communication’ means the electronic transmission, between or among points specified by the user, of information of the user’s choosing, without change in the form or content of the information as sent and received; and
`(2) the term `electronic means’ means any equipment dependent on electrical power to access an information service, including email, instant messaging, blogs, websites, telephones, and text messages.’.
Meanwhile the FBI is letting terrorists through the gates.
Nearly eight years after the Sept. 11 attacks, the FBI’s terrorist watch list is so flawed that at least 10 people who should have been kept out of the United States were allowed to cross its borders, an internal audit released Wednesday shows.
Department of Justice Inspector General Glenn A. Fine concluded that the bureau also was slow to remove names that should not have been on the list, leading to outcries from civil libertarians who have long been critical.
The results of the audit came from an analysis of 216 terrorism cases from 2006 to the first half of 2008. The report said that the subjects of terrorism investigations, even those in the earliest stages, generally are put on the list.
The inspector general’s investigation found that the terrorism suspect was never added to the list in 15 percent of the cases analyzed, amounting to the FBI’s failure to add a total of 35 names. At least three people with names matching those of terrorism suspects who should have been on the list subsequently entered the U.S., the inspector general said.
“We believe that the FBI’s failure to consistently nominate subjects of international and domestic terrorism investigations to the terrorist watch list could pose a risk to national security,” the report stated. “The failure to nominate terrorism subjects can also lead to missed opportunities in gathering important intelligence, and it can place front-line law enforcement and screening personnel at increased risk.”
This just proves the point that there is no difference between Bush II and Bush III, and that “we” are the new threat, not islamic jihadists.
(Author’s Note: I would like to give a warm welcome to the National Cyber Forensics And Training Alliance for visiting the Monster!)