Everyone is a threat except for the elite funding terrorism.
July 10, 2013
As explained today on the Alex Jones Show, the FBI publishes bulletins intended to create a compliant public which spies on their neighbors at will for the witch hunt state.
Each of these Communities Against Terrorism: Potential Indicators of Terrorist Activities bulletins are written specifically for a particular type of business such as tattoo shops, hotels, storage sheds, military surplus stores, etc. to highlight behavior by customers that the FBI says should be considered suspicious and a potential terrorist activity.
Yet the activities listed are so over-reaching that no doubt all Americans at one point in their lives have done more than one of these activities at the same time.
Let’s take a look at some of the items listed as suspicious on the bulletin sent to Internet cafes:
Activities on computer indicate evidence of a residential based internet provider (signs on to Comcast, AOL, etc.)
Perhaps you need to get some work done on the computer, but don’t want to be cooped up in your home.
Maybe you’d like a cup of organic java and the presence of people around you as you work, or you’d just like some background noise that an Internet cafe could provide.
According to the FBI, that’s suspicious and part of potential terrorist activity!
Activities on computer indicate encryption or use of software to hide encrypted data in digital photos, etc.
Edward Snowden’s revelations on the massive, invasive extent of the NSA show more than ever the importance of using software encryption.
As Infowars reported via the Atlantic Wire, the anti-virus company McAfee “regularly cooperates” with the U.S. government and intelligence agencies are using Microsoft software bug vulnerabilities for cyber spying.
We recently reported how the NSA can exploit such zero-day vulnerabilities to wage cyber warfare.
Also, in a Heise online article, a researcher found that the NSA has a backdoor built into every version of Microsoft Windows going back as far as Windows 95.
All of these articles showcase how critical it is for Americans to take the initiative in securing their digital data.
Software encryption is a great tool towards this goal, but the FBI believes it’s suspicious if you encrypt your files.
The agency feels that your belief in the Fourth Amendment is a sign of a potential terrorist.
People who are overly concerned about privacy, attempts to shield the screen from view of others
Who hasn’t been discrete with their computer in public?
What if you’re filling out an on-line form with personal information?
That’s a good reason why you would shield the screen from potential onlookers, but the instinct to protect your privacy is listed by the FBI as being suspicious.
People who always pay cash
So if you believe the government doesn’t need to track every single place you go (via credit or debit card records) in your day-to-day activities which harm no one, that is definitely an indicator of potential terrorist activity.
Of course no where in this bulletin does it state that cafe owners should notify law enforcement when they see a FBI agent personally driving a would-be terrorist to an intended blast site.
Amusingly, the footnote on the bottom of these bulletins states:
Each indicator listed above, is by itself, lawful conduct or behavior and may also constitute the exercise of rights guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution. In addition, there may be a wholly innocent explanation for conduct or behavior that appears suspicious in nature. For this reason, no single indicator should be the sole basis for law enforcement action.
So if you engage in activities that combined are still lawful and still an exercise of inalienable rights, the FBI suggests that the cafe owner should “be part of the solution” by gathering information on you discretely.
Write down your name, what you’re driving and your license plate.
All of this profiling is in the name of making “a positive contribution in the fight against terrorism.”
Doesn’t that sound a little creepy? Yet the FBI believes it’s all for your safety.
Safety that can only be provided if every American is locked in a prison cell.