Another document designating Americans as terrorists has surfaced. The document, entitled Crisis Controlled: Assessing Potential Threats of Violence, authored by Trooper John R. Wright, is posted on the official website of the Commonwealth of Virginia, under the Department of Human Resources Management.
In March, the Virginia State Police and the Virginia Fusion Center produced a report entitled 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment. In response, Virginia Governor Timothy M. Kaine ordered an investigation of the fusion center. The report designates university-based students groups as terrorist groups.
Presented in slideshow format, the latest document lists gun rights, pro-life, constitutional issues, tax protesters, and anti-government groups as domestic terror threats. Anarchists, separatists, single issue, and religious cults are listed along with al-Qaeda, Hamas, Hizballah, al-Jihad, Aryan Nations, neo-Nazi, skinheads, black separatists, and the Klu Klux Klan.
As amply documented here and elsewhere, al-Qaeda is a CIA and Pakistan ISI created terrorist group. Hamas was nurtured from the ground up by Israels Mossad and Institute for Intelligence and Special Tasks. Al-Jihad is financed and supported by the Muslim Brotherhood, a British and U.S. intelligence asset.
Under COINTELPRO, the FBI provided covert aid to the Ku Klux Klan, Minutemen, Nazis, and other racist vigilantes. The Elohim City settlement connected to documented government operative Timothy McVeigh and linked to the Aryan Nations and other white supremacists groups was infiltrated and run by the Southern Poverty Law Center and the FBI.
The Black Bloc anarchists are a notorious government front. In keeping with the well-documented strategy of tension technique pioneered by the CIA-NATO contrivance Gladio, so-called anarchists (who were police agents provocateurs) engaged in violence during the anti-globalist Genoa protests in 2001. As Alex Jones documents in his film Police State 2: The Takeover, the Black Bloc anarchists in Seattle during the WTO protests of 1999 were effectively infiltrated and provocateured by the authorities. During the Montebello globalist summit in Quebec in 2007, several anarchists were outed as police agents.
In short, many if not most of the terrorist groups listed in the Crisis Controlled document are false flag operations specifically designed to discredit and subvert legitimate opposition to the government.
Trooper John R. Wrights slideshow weighs heavily on protective measures against these manufactured threats. He tells us that terrorists will try to fit in and cites Timothy McVeigh, Luke John Helder (the so-called mailbox bomber), and Sarah Jane Olson as examples of people who on the surface appear to be average citizens. Sarah Jane Olson, aka Kathleen Soliah, was a patsy member of the Symbionese Liberation Army, a classic government created terror group. McVeighs connection to the government is noted above.
Wright urges citizens to actively become snoops and instructs them to consider innocuous behavior as suspected terrorist activity. People who avoid community contact and value privacy are to be considered possible terrorists, as well as those who make unusual purchases or have numerous visitors/meetings.
Wrights slideshow provides the following as an example of a terrorist lead:
I saw a white male, about 6 ft tall wearing black combat pants, a black t-shirt, and boots with the pants tucked in, taking notes for at least 2 hours outside the front entrance to the Courthouse. He was standing near a brown Ford pick-up truck, PA SYE-141, with a rusting tailgate and a bumper sticker that said, Say No to the New World Order. (Emphasis added.)
In other words, if you listen to Alex Jones, have an anti-NWO bumper sticker on your vehicle, or wear certain clothing you may be reported to the Virginia State Police as a possible terrorist worthy of subsequent investigation.
Crisis Controlled: Assessing Potential Threats of Violence is another example of an orchestrated effort by police agencies now fully federalized and under the sway of the Department of Homeland Security to designate legitimate and constitutionally protected opposition to government policies as violent terrorist activity.
On June 15, Steve Watson reported on a Department of Defense anti-terrorism training course that characterized Americans exercising their First Amendment right as terrorists. The ACLU contacted the DoD regarding its Antiterrorism and Force Protection Annual Refresher Training Course, which advises personnel that political protest amounts to low-level terrorism.
The ACLU points out that although in and of itself the classification of protest as terrorism is deeply disturbing, it is even more alarming when viewed in the context of the Pentagons long term efforts to crack down on organized dissent, write Watson.
The Pentagon training course flagging protesters as terrorists came on the heels of the Department of Homeland Securitys extremism report. In the DHS report, pro-life, Second Amendment, anti-illegal immigration and antigovernment activists are characterized as terrorists.
An earlier report issued by the Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC) entitled The Modern Militia Movement and dated February 20, 2009, specifically described supporters of presidential candidates Ron Paul, Chuck Baldwin, and Bob Barr as militia influenced terrorists and instructed the Missouri police to be on the lookout for supporters displaying bumper stickers and other paraphernalia associated with the Constitutional, Campaign for Liberty, and Libertarian parties.
The MIAC report was subsequently pulled after Alex Jones went public with the story. An anonymous police officer in Missouri had sent the MIAC report to Jones.
The Virginia State Police need to receive complaints about this latest document. The
Virginia State Police Terrorist Tip Hotline is 1-877-4VA-TIPS.
The telephone number to the Virginia State Police administrative headquarters is (804)
674-2936. The administrative office handles questions concerning Department
policy and procedure (email address: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please contact the Virginia State Police and politely indicate you do not appreciate the
police urging citizens to become snoops and characterizing lawful behavior as terrorism.
(6.21.2009, Kurt Nimmo)