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Who Does The NDAA Consider A Possible Terrorist You Ask ?

October 3, 2012

Photo Courtesy of occupydesign.org

Potential terrorists according to the NDAA

The U.S. Government thinks everyone is. If you are “reverent of individual liberty”, “suspicious of centralized federal authority”, “pay with cash”, “travel illogical distances”, “stockpile food” and any or all of the above (including over 200 other clues) you are a suspected terrorist.

Here are the documents to prove it. The Federal Bureau of Investigation has over twenty different flyers they routinely give to business owners to “fight terrorism”, otherwise known as reporting your neighbor. They are listed here as well as a Missouri MIAC Report and a START report on Hotspots of Terrorism in the United States.

Meeting one single requirement in any of these flyers/reports is enough to make someone a “suspected terrorist”, and therefore covered by the NDAA.

Airport Service Providers

Beauty & Drug Distributors

Bulk Fuel Distributors

Construction Sites

Dive Boat Shops

Electronic Stores

Farm Supply Stores

Financial Institutions

General Aviation & Airports

General Public

Hobby Shops

Home Improvement Stores

Hotels and Motels

Internet Cafes

Malls & Entertainment Facilities

Martial Arts & Paintball

Mass Transportation

Military Surplus

Peroxide Explosives

Recognizing Sleepers

Rental Cars

Rental Properties

Rental Trucks

Storage Facilities

Tattoo Shops

Other Reports :

Missouri Fusion Center MIAC Report

START Counter-terrorism Report

Learn More At P.A.N.D.A. : People Against The NDAA

I do like how the flyers ,whilst asking the above to spy on and report any differences from the “general” public also add –It is important to remember that just because someone’s speech, actions, beliefs, appearance, or way of life is different, it does not mean that he or she is suspicious. Then why is the federal government in Orwellian doublespeak requesting that the above spy on individuals in the first place !

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