Walker, Texas Ranger star writes how “feds are enabling terrorists” 10 years after 9/11
Paul Joseph Watson
Tuesday, September 6, 2011
Highlighting how the Department of Homeland Security has turned its attention to white middle class Americans as the primary terror threat in a series of recent PSA’s, actor Chuck Norris warns that the federal government is ignoring Al-Qaeda Muslims while shifting its strategy to target anti-big government citizen activists.
In a piece for TownHall.com entitled, Feds Still Enable Terrorists 10 Years After 9/11, Norris writes how, “Terrorism has been tempered and transformed ever since 2009, when President Barack Obama took office.”
“Alex Jones’ Infowars.com recently documented several examples of how the feds have “dispensed with all pretense of the war on terror being focused on Al-Qaeda Muslims,” writes the Walker, Texas Ranger star, making reference to our coverage of the DHS “See Something, Say Something” snitch campaign, which has been launched nationwide on the back of racially-motivated public service announcements which overwhelmingly portray white middle class Americans as the most likely terrorists.
The story went viral, appearing on both Fox Nation and the Drudge Report, prompting Homeland Security to deny that the PSA’s were racially driven, despite an analysis showing that in almost every instance, white people are portrayed as terrorists with ethnic minorities characterized as patriotic Americans for reporting them to the authorities.
“Just a few weeks ago, as a part of its “If You See Something, Say Something” stoolie campaign, Homeland Security released two videos, in which nearly every segment shows a shift in federal strategy from catching foreign terrorists to targeting white middle-class Americans who are against big government as terrorists, including tea partyers, anti-Fed activists and even veterans. (These videos echo Vice President Joe Biden’s recent remarks that tea partyers are like “terrorists.”), writes Norris.
The Southern Poverty Law Center, which is tied at the hip with Homeland Security, later admitted that the DHS videos featured, “mostly white “terrorists,” while the actors portraying citizens who report their suspicious activities are all minorities,” yet labeled Alex Jones paranoid for pointing out the disconnect between Big Sis homing in on whites as the big terror threat despite the fact that in 2009 and 2010, of the 126 people who were indicted on terrorist-related charges in the United States, all of them were Muslim.
According to the SPLC, it is not Homeland Security, but Alex Jones who has “crossed the Rubicon of race,” for believing the “conspiracy theory” that the feds think “whites are the new Al Qaeda,” even as Homeland Security itself produces video after video portraying whites as the most likely terrorists.
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In his article, Norris also savages Mayor Bloomberg for blocking 9/11 first responders from attending this weekend’s 10th anniversary memorial event in New York, noting how, “Bloomberg apparently thinks politicians will be sufficient to comfort the still-grieving families and nation.”
Norris’ warning that the federal government has all but dropped any pretense of targeting Al-Qaeda extremists ten years after 9/11 is timely given the fact that a US-backed military intervention in Libya has gifted terrorists a home base as well as access to an arsenal of deadly weapons.
While characterizing returning veterans as a major domestic terror threat by subjecting them to an FBI extremist probe dubbed Operation Vigilant Eagle, as well as training Boy Scouts to hunt them down, the federal government has simultaneously sent US warplanes on bombing missions in support of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG) which now controls Tripoli, a group that killed U.S. troops in Iraq according to a 2007 West Point Combating Terrorism Center (CTC) report.
Norris’ warning that the federal government is “enabling terrorists” while demonizing politically active Americans as terrorists has never been so prescient.
Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a regular fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show.