How the DHS Plans to Deal With the Patriot MovementSusanne Posel
March 15, 2013
According to the posting of an email in alternative media the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Justice Information Services Division (JISD) held a meeting at was attended by Retired Colonel Salo, director of the Biometric Identification Management Agency (BIMA).
Salo spoke about the recent purchases by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the armored vehicles designed to withstand a blast from an improvised explosive device (IED); as well as that the anti-government/patriot/constitutional movement is posing a viable threat to the current government. He suggested that they be monitored carefully.
The armored vehicles and mobile command centers were “tied to ‘the mission’.”
By tracking leaders of these movements with mobile command centers, the FBI and DHS will be able to shut them down with the use of SWAT teams. Another aspect of this “mission” was the collaboration of the Internal Security Force.
The ammunition purchases by DHS have served to build up the government’s armory and supplies.
The mainstream media has continued a propaganda campaign to demonize Constitutionalists by claiming that “increasingly frightening numbers, cells of angry men in the United States preparing for combat with the U.S. government. They are usually heavily armed, blinded by an intractable hatred, often motivated by religious zeal.”
These patriots are demonized as “white, right-wing Americans, nearly all with an obsessive attachment to guns, who may represent a greater danger to the lives of American civilians than international terrorists.”
It is clear that the latest social meme being perpetrated is that “it only takes one person to create another Oklahoma City situation.”
In 2009, the Office of Intelligence and Analysis published a report entitled “Rightwing Extremism”, wherein patriots/constitutionalists are extremists. The ideal was proposed to be the newest and most dangerous threat to the US since al-Qaeda.
Although the DHS and the Office of Intelligence and Analysis (I&A) admit that they are basing this assertion on conjecture, yet still insist that “rightwing” terrorists are scheming to commit “acts of violence” and recruiting at exponential levels.
By using the “war on terror” the patriot movement can be aligned to those overseas Boogeymen that somehow cannot be caught. The document states: “The current economic and political climate has some similarities to the 1990s when rightwing extremism experienced a resurgence fueled largely by an economic recession, criticism about the outsourcing of jobs, and the perceived threat to U.S. power and sovereignty by other foreign powers.”
Desires to restore America to a Constitutional Republic are radicalizing US citizens and “growth in the number of domestic rightwing terrorist and extremist groups and an increase in violent acts targeting government facilities, law enforcement officers, banks, and infrastructure sectors.”
The cause of this radicalization is the growing numbers of Americans that are realizing that the Oklahoma City Bombing was a false flag perpetuated by the US government; combined with the foiled fake terrorist plots conducted by the FBI, the economy domestically and globally and the pervasive rejection of ideologies such as one world government.
The document states: “The possible passage of new restrictions on firearms and the return of military veterans facing significant challenges reintegrating into their communities could lead to the potential emergence of terrorist groups or lone wolf extremists capable of carrying out violent attacks.”
In fact they claim that: “Proposed imposition of firearms restrictions and weapons bans likely would attract new members into the ranks of rightwing extremist groups, as well as potentially spur some of them to begin planning and training for violence against the government. The high volume of purchases and stockpiling of weapons and ammunition by rightwing extremists in anticipation of restrictions and bans in some parts of the country continue to be a primary concern to law enforcement.”
Indeed, the US veterans could become integral to this scheme to provoke the American public by recognizing that those individuals “possess combat skills and experience that are attractive to rightwing extremists.”
To combat this, the DHS and I&A plan to bolster the threat that US veterans are dangerous and could snap at any moment; posing “violent capabilities.”
Placing the idea that a “lone wolf” extremist who is a US veteran involved in terrorist cells (or the patriot movement) the public will protect the current government as a social meme and assist in the creation of the next Boogeyman.
The breeding ground of rightwing extremism, according to the document, “appears to be a strong association between a parent’s unemployment status and the formation of rightwing extremist beliefs in their children—specifically xenophobia and antidemocratic ideals. ownership and use.”
The ultimate end game is to introduce a “lone wolf” that would threaten President Barack Obama.
Local police departments must be utilized to monitor and report “threatening activity” with the recruitment of these privately –owned security firms for use by the DHS as non-federalized law enforcement.
It is encouraged that because of the issue of gun control, the patriot movement combine fear-mongering the public with “conspiracy theories involving declarations of martial law, impending civil strife or racial conflict, suspension of the U.S. Constitution, and the creation of citizen detention camps often incorporate aspects of a failed economy.”
This breeds “antigovernment conspiracy theories” and “’end times’ prophecies could motivate extremist individuals and groups to stockpile food, ammunition, and weapons. These teachings also have been linked with the radicalization of domestic extremist individuals and groups in the past, such as violent Christian Identity organizations and extremist members of the militia movement.”
Propaganda can be installed into the patriot movement by using the “new world order conspiracy theories of the 1990s. The dissolution of Communist countries in Eastern Europe and the end of the Soviet Union in the 1990s led some rightwing extremists to believe that a ‘New World Order’ would bring about a world government that would usurp the sovereignty of the United States and its Constitution, thus infringing upon their liberty.”
At this point, a lone wolf could be introduced as threatening to commit an act of terrorism against the US on American soil. This patsy would be linked to a militia or constitutionalist group that could become the public focus of hatred. Using the public’s emotional reaction to the situation, the US government would successfully blame a Boogeyman when then could perhaps be linked to China or India.
This would facilitate an al-Qaeda connection and tie in the various fake terrorist cells around the world.
Outlined as the most dangerous document is the US Constitution as it keeps that militia and patriot group hoping for success. The fake heroes that can be introduced will gain acceptance by the fringe because of their “leaderless resistance” and encourage the acts of a lone wolf.
Enter a disenfranchised US veteran who “woke up” after having been discharged from recent duty who joins an extremist group. The other tool to be utilized is the internet to recruit like-minded constitutionalists for the sake of identifying persons and accessing their threat level.