Those of us who write about the criminal acts of the US Federal Government are likely filling various dossiers in some government offices somewhere. Apparently, the Federal Government is becoming increasingly concerned about what American citizens are thinking, writing and doing.
Did you know that the Department of Homeland Security has an Office of the Undersecretary of Intelligence & Analysis? And, there is a Homeland Infrastructure Threat & Risk Analysis Center as a part of that Undersecretary’s Office? And that this office has an Extremism and Radicalization Branch?
See the DHS organizational chart at: DHS Organizational Chart
You will find this obscure bureaucracy on the EIGHTEENTH PAGE of the chart, bottom left. It kind of creeps me out that the Department of Homeland Security has to take 25 pages to show its organizational structure. And that doesn’t show all of the worker bees…only the white shirt and tie types.
In an even more eye-opening report directly from the DHS Office of Intelligence Analysis and Assessment, Extremism and Radicalization Branch, we find that they are already becoming alarmed by the activities of various US citizens.
Here is the link for this report: Rightwing Extremism Report
The report is dated 7 April 2009. On page 2 of 9, at the bottom of the page, is this note:
“Rightwing extremism in the United States can be broadly divided into those groups, movements, and adherents that are primarily hate-oriented (based on hatred of particular religious, racial or ethnic groups), and those that are mainly antigovernment, rejecting federal authority in favor of state or local authority, or rejecting government authority entirely (Author’s emphasis).It may include groups and individuals that are dedicated to a single issue, such as opposition to abortion or immigration.”
That highlighted definition is pretty much inclusive of the authors and readers of LewRockwell.com, my blog, www.DumpDC.com, as well as hundreds of other bloggers on the Web.
The report also goes on to state that the Feds are also concerned with military personnel returning from the war. Specifically, they worry that (a) they won’t assimilate back into civilian culture well, and (b) they have combat training that would benefit militias.
The Feds are leery of militias. Why? Because militias resist tyranny.
This report stops short of making recommendations about what to do with their findings. But liberty loving people should read this report from front to back.
Ladies and gentlemen, the lines are being drawn. The more insanity that spills out from the Washington sewer onto Americans, the more that Americans are going to become “anti-government, rejecting federal authority in favor of state or local authority, or rejecting government authority entirely.”
That does not bode well for Washington DC. However, it does bode very well for the cause of state secession and individual liberty.
In conclusion, I’m going to re-use a positive vision for the future I used in another article.
Try to envision yourself and your family in a new nation created by secession. All the people you meet are excited and breathless in their anticipation of the future. The general opinion of the populace is pure unbridled optimism. The new nation’s economy is booming, the money is backed by gold and silver, and there is no inflation. “Now Hiring” signs are in all the shop windows. The newspaper’s “Help Wanted” ads are packed full. Prices for goods and services are low, and the stores are loaded with goods. Manufacturers are streaming into the new nation to take advantage of the rare pro-business atmosphere. Wages are climbing steadily in manufacturing jobs as companies compete for the best and brightest to be their employees. New businesses are being created at a fever pace. Residential and commercial construction is at a high level to meet the demand of the new residents.
All because one state recognized this historic opportunity and chased the dream of liberty through the process of state secession.
Secession is the hope for humanity. Who will be first?
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