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VA State Police Say Anti-NWO and Gun Rights Activists are Terrorists

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posted on Jun, 22 2009 @ 08:50 PM
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Of course we are... if by ``terrorist`` you mean being against government taking over everything, controlling our life, destroying the economy, starting wars, raping us with taxes, giving up the sovergnity, banning guns, torture, corruption and funding a world government.

[edit on 22-6-2009 by Vitchilo]




posted on Jun, 22 2009 @ 09:13 PM
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Wow.


So now, let's see, terror suspects have been expanded to include:

Indian nationalists or separatists
People who believe in the constitution
people who do not believe in abortion
People who oppose globalization
Military Veterans
State's Rights Proponents
Religious People
Tax Protesters
People Who Believe in Individual and National Sovereignty
People Who Are opposed to the Justice System
People Who Protest Military Intervention

Wow. No wonder they closed Gitmo down: they are transferring the facilities to Greenland, since it's the only island big enough to build a torture camp big enough for 90% of the US population.

The part that really blew my mind over the edge was on page 70:

􀂆BE A PARTICIPANT NOT A SPECTATOR
􀂆BE AWARE OF YOUR SURROUNDINGS
􀂆FORGET THE MYTHS
􀂆RECOGNIZE WHAT IS OUT OF PLACE OR
UNUSUAL
􀂆PLACE INTO CONTEXT
􀂆DON’T RATIONALIZE IT…REPORT IT!

Don't rationalize it. Report it. In other words, don't stop and use your common sense and own logic to determine whether or not somebody's unusual or strange behavior or appearance might have a perfectly harmless explanation.

Nooo, don't think, just call the authorities! Let them do the thinking and deciding for you! They are there to protect you from terrorists!

Remember: report all vehicles with plates that say "Christian Sovereign Citizen" or bumper stickers that say "Just Say No to NWO" because they are ebil terrorists who want to take away your free-dumb!

This public service message was brought to you by The Virginia Office of Goodthinkfulness and the Ministry of Love.



posted on Jun, 22 2009 @ 10:21 PM
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Hi zorgon...I have not. Would you like to be the first?
Any takers?



Not that like I am afraid...yes I am. Reason being read page 65 where it states signs of terroism involvement could be "unususual requests for information"...see the dilemma?

Of course I am not wearing a trenchcoat with a towel on my head...but still
.....



posted on Jun, 24 2009 @ 06:55 PM
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Yes...the normal is now suspect!

Gimme a break...look at this part of the page 67...
This would be me...



NUMEROUS
VISITORS/MEETINGS


My house is like a revolving door literally. I wonder if all those "causes" I am involved in make me suspect too! Like the right to "home school".
And man, I do go to church also, now that has got to be suspect!



posted on Jul, 1 2009 @ 12:48 AM
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Originally posted by Helig
And here I was hoping that the MIAC nonsense was isolated, just sucks to have it be my home state that has given in to stupidity. I guess now I can say I'm classified as a terrorist by two states, wonder if this is supposed to turn out like Pokemon or something where you collect states who consider you a terrorist?


No, it's not just "two states". If you dig into the MIAC report, this report, and the other "anti-terrorist" report from Virginia, as well as odds and ends around the nation in the same vein, some of which have yet to surface, you will find that ALL of them are linked to Janet Napolitano's DHS "Fusion Centers", which have been set up in every state for the purpose of indoctrinating local police departments in "correct thinking" under the guise of being liaison and assistance centers.



posted on Jul, 1 2009 @ 03:22 AM
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Originally posted by zorgon
So ummm has anyone written the Commonwealth of Virginia and get a statement on this document?

Seems if its posted on their website, they would comment on it if asked?



They took it off their website. Spotlights can be a pain, eh? I got my copy from an old soldier that evidently retains such things in an archive for posterity.

I think he wants the future to know why the next civil war was fought.



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