posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 11:46 PM
"Welcome to the Department of Homeland Security-ATS Division, Agent Wright. This is your desk. Your role in the department is to monitor terrorist
activity present on the Above Top Secret web site, target potential suspects, and report them to myself", Agent Darsk stated in a dry tone to the new
"Sir, am I correct in saying that this entire division of DHS is dedicated to one web site?" Agent Wright asked, not understanding why one little
web site could be so important.
"Yes it is. That damn site is the biggest pain in the DHS's rear end. It's filled with terrorist, hostile citizens, communist, and un-patriotic
scum. I'd shut the site down myself if we didn't have such a high rate of successful termination of threats. For example, look at this thread:"
Agent Darsk took control of the computer sitting on the desk. Scrolling down the page, he clicked on a thread named " Are you Free? "
"How dare these fools question what the American government does. If not for us, all of them would be slaves of foreign governments.
“So how am I to know which ones are terrorist?” Agent Wright asked his new boss.
“They’re the ones that flag the thread. If they flag the thread they are disrespecting our authority over them. They are to be eliminated.”
“Excuse me, sir?”
“Eliminated Agent Wright. DHS will not tolerate what they stand for. When you find a thread similar to this one, you are to run the ID program
located in the lower part of the screen which will identify any ATS member that has flagged the thread. After the program generates the list of
threats, you are to e-mail it to me before the end of each day, and they will be handled by the ATS-Elimination Team.”
“Sir, are you telling me that any member of that web site who flags a thread such as this is killed?” Agent Wright sounded a little shocked.
“Absolutely. Of course, their death will look like an accident, and no one will ever understand the reason they died, with exception of us of
“Isn’t killing them a little drastic, Sir? Are they really guilty of terrorism? What if they are innocent?”
“Guilty, innocent, doesn't much matter to me. I’d personally take care of each and every member of that cesspool, but the decision isn’t mine
to make. People over my head feel that we must continue monitoring ATS, and eliminate only immediate threats to the government's continued
prosperity.” Agent Darsk smiled a little at the thought of all the former ATS members who no longer spewed their filth on to the Internet.
“Sir, don’t they get a little suspicious of all their members ending up dead?
“No. ATS isn’t usually even aware of them being gone. We have other agents in the division who post as the dead members for a while, and slowly
ruin their reputations on ATS until the moderators ban them. That way there is no reason for suspicion. The dead ATS members appear to just be
banned members to other ATS members, and they don’t miss them.
Agent Wright felt a little sickened by the fact that so many people could soon die simply by him adding them to an ever growing list of
“terrorist”. This was a heavy burden for a man to carry.
“Get busy Agent Wright. I expect your list by the end of the day. On average, there should be about forty to fifty terrorist identified each day.
" With that said, Agent Darsk turned and walked towards the door of his office.
Later that evening, Agent Wright sat at the kitchen table staring at his laptop before him. What he was thinking was madness, but he could never live
with himself if he didn't follow through with what he thought about all day. After creating a new member account on ATS for himself with the name
DHSSECRET, he began creating a new thread in the introduction forum. The name of the thread: Please, Don't Flag This Thread!
After a few minutes of typing, Agent Wright finished telling the members of ATS, and the world what he knew. He didn't think he would live long
enough to see the sun rise.
Disclaimer: This thread is for entertainment purposes only. The DHS will/will not be knocking on your door for flagging THIS thread...Flag if you