I found this rather interesting post, related to your OP. It definitely corroborates the information in your OP.
In a study recently published by the West Point Combating Terrorism Center entitled, “Challengers From The Sidelines: Understanding America’s
Violent Far-Right,” Arie Perliger, the author of the study, attempts to present a picture of an America infested with dangerous “Right Wing”
domestic terrorists lurking in the shadows and waiting to launch an attack on government establishments, agents, and minorities.
In the study, what Perliger defines as the “Far-Right” is actually a mixture of race hate groups with ordinary militias, anti-abortion activists,
Libertarians/Anarchists, and “conspiracy theorists.” Perliger suggets that this “Far-Right” contingent is glued together by an identification
with an “anti-federalist” ideology as well as a belief in a “New World Order.” According to Perliger, these groups are concerned with the
“corrupted and tyrannical nature of the federal government and its apparent tendency to violate individuals’ civilian liberties and constitutional
Perliger, who is the director of terrorism studies at the West Point Combating Terrorism Center writes in the Introduction to the study that its
purpose is to provide “a conceptual foundation for understanding different far-right groups and then presents the empirical analysis of violent
incidents to identify those perpetrating attacks and their associated trends.”
This, in addition to the well-known Missouri "report" defining to police what are considered possible terrorists, IMO, lends credence to your OP. It
certainly seems like they are trying to condition our military officers to treat many of us, and I certainly put himself in that targeted group, as
"terrorists" because of our beliefs. This is EXACTLY what Hitler did in the 1930's, namely condition non-Jews in Germany to regard Jews as non-human,
or sub-human, so that the rest of society would not object, when the Jews and other so-called "mentally ill" or "defectives" were rounded up and made
Do I believe that this administration is mimicking what Hitler did? Let me be absolutely clear on this-YES, I firmly believe it. The fact that it is
working does not speak well for the American public at large. Too many have taken to drinking the cool aid of the politicians on both sides of the
BTW, since “conspiracy theorists.” are included in their terrorist definition, virtually every member of ATS is defined as a terrorist by their
definition, regardless of your political beliefs.
edit on 25-1-2013 by ProfEmeritus because: added last line as an after-thought