Skip to comments.Working to Counter Online Radicalization to Violence in the United States ("Anti-Gov Extremists")
Posted on 02/14/2013 6:33:30 PM PST by optiguy
The American public increasingly relies on the Internet for socializing, business transactions, gathering information, entertainment, and creating and sharing content. The rapid growth of the Internet has brought opportunities but also risks, and the Federal Government is committed to empowering members of the public to protect themselves against the full range of online threats, including online radicalization to violence.
(Excerpt) Read more at whitehouse.gov ...
The federal government apparently fears its own citizens more than any external threat, and rightly so.
And that is the way it should be.
These beauracrats need to be reminded from time to time just exactly who they work for.
They may have bought off most of the masses, but they can never buy off the patriots.
“Software that tracks people on social media created by defence firm”
“...In December, Riot was featured in a newly published patent Raytheon is pursuing for a system designed to gather data on people from social networks, blogs and other sources to identify whether they should be judged a security risk...”
DHS has already rolled out the Nationwide Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) Initiative program. Under this program:
"This initiative provides law enforcement with another tool to help prevent terrorism and other related criminal activity by establishing a national capacity for gathering, documenting, processing, analyzing, and sharing SAR information. Remember, you can report suspicious activity anonymously"---DHS Website
Reinhard Tristan Eugen Heydrich
I missed that post. Thanks for the link.
A pioneer in the craft. Pre-computer days. He had a thing for color-coded index cards. And heaven help you if you were on one.
Related to our brief exchange on the thread entitled:
US Is Victim of Massive Cyber Espionage Campaign
Chris Dorner = OK
Tea Party person = WATCH OUT! Red Alert! Violent, extremist, anti-government radical!!!
That’s funny coming from a pack of anti-freedom extremists. They want to regulate the inanities of life, right down to the size of soft drinks people can buy!
Replace the texas star your nifty flag with a “sheriff’s badge” and we non texans can use that flag too!
I don’t do the photoshops, I just stole that somewhere. Maybe someone here can suss that out.
Nope, the Cleaners.
Things didn’t end too well for him, though.
Yep - the Founders would be looked at as anti-government extremists and a serious threat. We may find out if the mold broke with them or if there are enough noble People left to save us.
Sedition Act, Part II ?
I didn't know that FR was a "white" site.
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