reply to post by jackflap
This celebrity endorsed propumentary gives a lot of good information that ANYONE needs to be aware of ANYWHERE they roam at ANY given TIME of the day.
In other words, since the term terrorism inherently instigates fear among a certain (massive) group of (pseudo)individuals, you must live in fear.
Don't worry about tomorrow. Today is the day you have to worry about your neighbor killing you. It's just easier for us to detect/protect/neglect
you this way. Thanks.
This propumentary forgot to add a few things that I'd like to make available to everyone.
After you notice any of signs 1-8 and follow the given advice, realize you may be brought into custody, against your will, for simply uttering the big
2. Anyone includes... well, anyone.
Such as standing government officials, military officials, three-letter* organizations, law enforcement officers, any given president/presidential
administration (thus his/her spouse and children).
3. High-risk individuals.
Don't forget to interrogate everyone you see on the streets to determine if they fall into one or more of the following catagories:
(U) Above ground (one of my favorites). Anyone who operates overtly and presents themselves as law-abiding.
(U) Alternate media (another of my favorites). Anyone who doesn't get their dose of world events from rE!gime news: CNN, FOX, MSNBC, etc.
(U) Any of a variety of extremist practicioners, including:
Animal rights, minority rights, anarchists (aka against the status quo), religious views, etc.
As has been stated before - skinheads or, better suiting, anyone who takes a stance in individualism and embraces themselves. But my all time
favorite question for citizen-interrogation is as follows:
(U) direct ation. Any LAWFUL or unlawful acts of civil disobedience ranging from protest or property damage (the missing link!) to acts of violence.
This term is most often used by single-action or anarchists to describe their intentions.
*three-letter does not exclusively pertain to any ABC agency with strictly three letters.