posted on Oct, 2 2012 @ 01:26 PM
reply to post by boncho
If you read that chart you will see other things that might make someone very suspicious though:
"Advocates violence beyond what is "normal"'
-not entirely sure what that even means, but violence shouldn't be advocated at all...
(Even in a situation where war is happening or has the potential to happen, "advocating" it is a little extreme no?)
"Believes in government conspiracies to the point of paranoia" -Normal? Nope, they are well documented but no reason to get your panties in a
twist. Worried about gov chems being poured on us are we?
Mind you, the above were just put down in observation... Those two stood out as both I don't see as very normal.
Then in the flag
section it covers actions/opinions of people who are looking to "seek revenge against others", "attempting to recruit others
to extremist causes", etc.
And in the third category, it goes on to cover:
Suddenly buying/stockpiling weapons, taking part in criminal activity, indicates hatred towards the US/constitution, etc....
I don't know. Some of it seems ambiguous and it's odd seeing a flyer like this which was used when we were kids to watch out where the "danger zones"
in a house might be (plug receptacles and whatnot) but I think it's a far cry from "they got a pamphlet out now and everyone's gonna get arrested NDAA
If they are highlighting things like "involved in criminal activity" as a reason to investigate, they may as well make a pamphlet saying "arrest
someone if you see them shoot someone"....
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