“First off, the threat of terrorist operated Internet sites is a complete fraud. IntelCenter a CIA front group which supposedly finds all of these Al-Qaeda terrorist video and audio tapes on the Internet never provides the source of where they obtain the terrorist propaganda.”
“If these materials were real terrorist propaganda and they didn’t want to reveal the source, why have we not seen warrants served, the web servers seized and people questioned? Why is it that the terrorist video and audio tapes that are released by this so called terrorist organization always seems to indirectly help the Bush administration?”
The Internet is now becoming a new front in the phony terror war. Legislation like the Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007 that is in the forms of HR 1955 and S 1959 which seek to give the government powers to define thoughts and belief systems as homegrown terrorism, is on the brink of being pushed down our throats. HR 1955 was passed by the U.S. House of Representatives by a vote of 404-6 and now it appears as if the U.S. Senate is attempting to justify its future passage.
The U.S. Senate homeland security committee lead by war mongering fascist Joesph Lieberman, investigated the so called growing threat of terrorists using the Internet for recruiting and training purposes. In their report, they paint the Internet as a dangerous tool for terrorists and conclude that new laws need to be passed “to prevent the spread of the ideology.” It is incredibly convenient that S 1959 provides the legislation that is called for in their report. The true purpose of this report is to push for the passage of S 1959 which will give the government powers similar to what the government of Oceania used in George Orwell’s book 1984.
The Hartford Courant ran an article on this Senate homeland security committee report. According to their article, the report hypes the threat of homegrown terrorism and how the Internet is playing a key role in spreading the message of so called terrorists. Below is a blurb taken from the article.
A Senate homeland security committee report set for release Thursday details a growing threat from terrorists’ use of the Internet as a recruiting and training tool. The report concludes that the U.S. government should consider its own outreach program as a counter to the Web strategies of groups such as al-Qaida.
A draft of the staff-generated report obtained by The Courant says that “radicalization is no longer confined to training camps in Afghanistan or other locations far from our shores; it is also occurring right here in the United States.” The homeland security committee, led by Sen. Joseph Lieberman, has investigated “the threat of homegrown terrorism” in several hearings since last year.
This report paints Internet use by terrorists as having an unlimited reach, including into English-speaking communities in the United States. Al-Qaida, it says, runs a “a multi-tiered online media operation in which a number of production units associated with [al-Qaida] or allied violent Islamist organizations produce content consistent with the core terrorist enlistment message.”
The “thousands” of terrorist-operated websites have become “an effective distribution system for the core enlistment message and other content,” the report contends. There is no longer as much of a need, it suggests, for physical training camps.
First off, the threat of terrorist operated Internet sites is a complete fraud. IntelCenter a CIA front group which supposedly finds all of these Al-Qaeda terrorist video and audio tapes on the Internet never provides the source of where they obtain the terrorist propaganda. If these materials were real terrorist propaganda and they didn’t want to reveal the source, why have we not seen warrants served, the web servers seized and people questioned? Why is it that the terrorist video and audio tapes that are released by this so called terrorist organization always seems to indirectly help the Bush administration?
Since no warrants have been served, no Internet servers seized, no people questioned and the propaganda always seems to help the Bush administration it is pretty obvious that IntelCenter is the one releasing this so called terrorist propaganda. After all, the Bush administration and the military industrial complex have a great deal to gain by ensuring that this phony terror war continues. In addition to this, if there were really thousands of these terrorist-operated Internet sites, how is it that a multi-billion dollar defense and intelligence apparatus is incapable of connecting the dots through these sites to track down these so called terrorist leaders like Osama Bin Laden, Ayman Al-Zawahri and Adam Gadahn? The answer is simple. Al-Qaeda is a massive psychological warfare operation designed to make the American people believe that the war on terror is actually real.
The newly coined concept of homegrown terrorism is meant to target political dissidents and other individuals who do not like what the government is doing. It is specifically meant to target American citizens. There is no question that the alternative media which has flourished on the Internet is doing a great deal of damage to their psychological warfare operations. Through S 1959, the establishment wants to give the government a blank check to define homegrown terrorism as anything they want so they can eventually arrest people for having particular belief systems. This legislation actually makes it legal for the government to arrest and prosecute people for thought crimes. This would be a very handy tool for the government to use in cracking down on the alternative media which is increasingly speaking out against globalization. It has nothing to do with the government keeping us safe from Al-Qaeda and groups affiliated with Al-Qaeda on the Internet. After all, Al-Qaeda was originally created by the CIA in the late 1970s and they’ve been controlled by them ever since.
Here’s more from the Hartford Courant article detailing the report’s conclusion on what needs to be done about terrorist activity on the Internet.
The report details four stages of developing a vulnerable person into a terrorist, as taught by New York Police Department specialists. “Left unchallenged, it is very possible that the core terrorist enlistment message espoused over the Internet will drive more individuals in the United States all the way through the four stages of the radicalization process,” it says.
So, how would it be challenged? Right now “there is no cohesive and comprehensive outreach and communications strategy in place to confront this threat,” the report says. Several agencies have existing, narrow missions, but the report argues for a more comprehensive approach. “We must isolate and discredit the violent Islamist ideology as a cause worth supporting.”
According to the report, new laws should be considered “to prevent the spread of the ideology.” And those looking for solutions need to act “quickly and aggressively.”
The report concludes: “The safety of the American people depends on it.”
Isn’t it interesting that S 1959 provides just the legislation that will achieve what this report concludes? How does the U.S. government think they can prevent the spread of so called terrorist ideology through a law? S 1959 is incredibly dangerous because it literally gives the government a blank check to constantly redefine what homegrown terrorism is. This means they can change the belief system that constitutes the ideology of homegrown terrorism and violent radicalization whenever they want. S 1959 will literally legalize much of what the corrupt regime in George Orwell’s book 1984 utilized to keep control of their citizens.
Suffice to say, S 1959 is an unconstitutional piece of legislation, but that hasn’t stopped the traitors in the Senate homeland security committee from endorsing its virtues through the findings in this report. They claim that the safety of the American people depend on them passing more legislation that restricts and reduces freedom. This is an absolute lie; because anytime you give up liberty for security you don’t get either one. There is no doubt that the purpose of this report is to convince the American people that S 1959 has to be passed.
Undoubtedly, most Americans would prefer to face the terrorists than have the government pass legislation like S 1959 that they claim is designed to protect us. The government failed to protect us on September 11th, 2001 because they engineered the attacks to justify a police state in America and wage perpetual war. If we had a real war on terror, there would be mass arrests of U.S. government officials and intelligence officers in the CIA, British Intelligence and the Mossad. We could temporarily house these terrorists in their nice little FEMA run concentration camps that they have already built. It is a proven fact that the majority of real terrorism is sponsored by governments and their associated intelligence agencies. With that in mind, there is no question that this report from the Senate homeland security committee is a big load of horse crap.
By: Lee Rogers – 9 May, 2008
Source: Intel Strike