U.S. officials continue to shift focus from al Qaeda to ‘home-grown extremists’


U.S. officials continue to shift focus from al Qaeda to ‘home-grown extremists’

Madison Ruppert, Contributor

Activist Post

April 29, 2012

Last year I broke down a report from the Homeland Security Policy Institute which not only lent support for increasingly harsh and widespread police state measures, but also served to shift attention away from the supposed threat posed by foreign terrorist groups towards the alleged threat of domestic terrorists.

One of the prime targets for demonization by both the establishment media and law enforcement has been the so-called “sovereign citizen” movement, something which I have written about previously.

This is all part of a concerted effort to turn almost everything into a sign of potential terrorist activity while breeding a culture of delusional paranoia, citizen spying and ubiquitous surveillance.

Now U.S. government officials have said that al Qaeda’s core organization cannot carry out another attack like the horrific events of September 11, 2001 and the likelihood of a chemical, biological, atomic or radiological attack over the next year are minimal.

Interestingly, this view expressed by the deputy director of U.S. National Intelligence Robert Cardillo conflicts with the ludicrous claims made recently about al Qaeda potentially planning another 9/11 in an attempt to justify an extended American military presence in Afghanistan.

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One Response to U.S. officials continue to shift focus from al Qaeda to ‘home-grown extremists’

  1. freedom2fascism says:

    The great propaganda organ will have the public doing DHS dirty work as everyone snitches on everyone, a pitiful result of being totally dependent on the State.

    I ‘blend’ pretty well, but for my Ron Paul bumper sticker.. Ah hell, I’m screwed! 😉

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