DHS Launches Takeover of Sports Stadiums, Malls and Hotels


Jason Douglass
Infowars.com
January 20, 2011

In another installment of shocking soap-opera like terrorism public service announcements rolled out by Department of Homeland Security (DHS) suspicion is directed at people who use cash, ask too many questions, or linger too long in public.

This is yet another brick in the wall of the Stazi society being erected around us, built on the ashes of our once free country.

The message clearly indicates our government is going into high gear with their enormous police control grid. Casting their net wide, normal activity is seen as suspicious and everyone must be watched.

Homeland security has previously announced they will be out in public policing America through VIPER teams and now they are acclimating citizens to their presence with this type pointed bravado.

DHS will no longer be limited to the airport but will become a ubiquitous entity policing everyone through a network of citizen spies and infrastructure security technology.

Text from DHS Site:
Suspicious Activity Awareness Video No Reservations: Suspicious Behavior in Hotels
Designed to raise the level of awareness for hotel employees by highlighting the indicators of suspicious activity, this video provides information to help employees identify and report suspicious activities and threats in a timely manner.

As part of the Commercial Facilities Sector Training and Resources, the following PSA videos have been released by Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

DHS Video No Reservations – Extention of “See Something, Say Something” program.

This video equates people who use cash or have a distrust of credit cards as suspicious and potential terrorists.

DHS Video Retail Sector – Extention of “See Something, Say Something” program.
This video instigates paranoia by turning everyday activity into potential terrorist warning signs.

DHS Video Bagcheck – Extention of “See Something, Say Something” program
This video shows that anyone attending public events will be under the scrutiny of DHS.

DHS Commercial Facilities Sector Training and Resources


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