Oh, don’t take my word for it—check out “Investigating Terrorism and Criminal Extremism,: Terms and concepts” a field guide published by Obama’s Justice Department (http://www.scribd.com/doc/36624151/Investigating-Terrorism-and-Criminal-Extremism-Terms-and-Concepts ).
According to its own Introduction, “Investigating Terrorism and Criminal Extremism—Terms and Concepts is a glossary designed primarily as a tool for criminal justice professionals to enhance their understanding of wordsrelating to extremist terminology, phrases, activities, symbols, organizations, and selected names that they may encounter whileconducting criminal investigations or prosecutions of members of extremist organizations….
Significant groups, organizations, movements, and publications that are important for an understanding of terrorism/extremism in the United States and that may be encountered by law enforcement officers and prosecutors are also documented….
The key criterion for inclusion of a term, phrase, or name in this publication is the likelihood that investigators and prosecutors may encounter it during the scope of their duties.“
The Introduction is careful to claim that not every entry in the glossary implies a connection to illegal activities (as an example, they name Waco, Texas), but naturally, if the entry doesn’t imply a connection to terrorism or ‘criminal extremism,’ then there’s no need for it to be in “Investigating Terrorism and Criminal Extremism; Terms and Concepts.”
Note that I couldn’t get a look at every page, so you may well find more--but among those terms listed….
The American Pistol and Rifle Association (p. 6)
The Anti-Abortion Movement (p. 8)
Christian Patriots (p. 17)
Constitution Party—the one formerly known as US Taxpayers Party—that’s right, an AMERICAN POLITICAL PARTY noted as a watchword for people involved in anti-terrorism. (p. 20)
Constitutionalist (p. 21)
Fax Chain—“a method of disseminating information in the ‘patriot’ movement through the use of fax machines.” (p. 29)
Fourteenth Amendment Citizen (p. 31)
Gun Owners of America (p. 34)
Jack-Booted Thug (That’s right—if you use the term Jack-booted thug, they got to watch out for you—what should we call the man who put three bullets into a little boy’s back, or the one who shot a mother while holding her baby, or the people who firebombed Waco, instead? Deceasement Facilitators?) (p. 43)
Militia Movement (p. 49)
Neo-Confederates (that’s it; I’m a terrorist now. Do I get to shoot off AK-47’s into the air at weddings?) (p. 55)
Neo-Secessionists—wherein they lie about the goals of Neo-confederates (p. 56)
Nuremburg Files—a website listing abortionists (p. 58)
Patriot Movement (p. 63)
Precious Metals Dealer—if you buy gold and silver, then watch your ass—terrorist. (p. 66)
Restoring the Government/Constitution—if you believe the government has expanded beyond its constitutional limits, then watch out, terrorist, or else the Deceasement Facilitators just might be on their way…. (p. 72)
Sixteenth Amendment—apparently, being concerned about this amendment is a BIIIIIG no-no. (p. 77)
Specially Prepared Individuals for Key Events (SPIKE)—Bo Grits, you fucking terrorist. (p. 79)
Survivalist—depend on the government or else, bitch. (p. 81)
Threats, Duress and/or Coercion (TDC)—a way of saying “This law doesn’t apply to me and it’s not constitutional, but they’re making me sign it anyway.” Apparently more than simple obedience is required. (p. 84)
Unregistered Church Movement (p. 89)
Apparently, the Obama administration has given up even pretending to have any respect for free speech—or for any dissent to his agenda, whatsoever. Take a look, folks, and see just how many of y’all are terrorists.
Then ask yourself just why they’re putting up definitions that are designed only to put citizens who oppose his plans in the position of enemy combatants.
I can only think of one reason—and it ain’t a pretty one. If you’re not armed, get armed.