Dept. of Homeland Security Report: Patriotic Americans A Danger

Once again we get left-wingers advising government officials that fanatical Islamists and other foreign terrorists are just as bad as patriotic Americans.

A new report titled, “Understanding Law Enforcement Intelligence Processes,” was penned by a cadre of professors at the University of Maryland advising the Department of Homeland Security that foreign threats are just as bad as people who love the Constitution, people who want to observe their Second Amendment rights, and people who love the flag and think America is a great nation.

Yes, these so-called educators are paid with your tax dollars to spread alarm and hate for our own citizens.

The report is a guide for “law enforcement” officials on how to create new intelligence practices.

Before I outline that, though, let’s be done with this faux term “law enforcement.” Our policing personnel do not “enforce” the law. It is un-Constitutional (and the Supreme Court has said so several times) for police to pro-actively “enforce” any law. The police are not there to protect you or prevent crime in any way but by the happenstance of their presence scaring criminals from their acts. The police have but two jobs. To arrive after a crime was committed and take someone into custody and to levy fines on citizens to fatten the bank accounts of the government.

That settled, the report notes that in recent years the intelligence situation has changed because the threats to federal and local communities are always evolving and goes on to outline just who “law enforcement” officials should be worried about.

“Law enforcement is much more concerned about sovereign citizens, Islamic extremists, and militia/patriot group members compared to the fringe groups of the far right, including Christian Identity believers, reconstructed traditionalists (i.e., Odinists), idiosyncratic sectarians (i.e., survivalists), and members of doomsday cults,” the report says.

Notice that these “professors” are saying that “sovereign citizens,” i.e. people who are concerned about U.S. sovereignty and the U.S. Constitution, are a dangerous enemy, as dangerous as Islamic extremists.

These people are called “terrorists” even though nearly no actual acts of violence have ever been committed by people the government has identified as members of the “sovereign citizens” movement. In fact, most of these people are just tax protesters.

But seeing as how greedy our government is for our money, I guess it makes sense that the FBI and their ilk imagine that tax protestors are just as bad as Osama bin Laden!

These pointy-headed educators are also saying anyone in a so-called militia or patriot group is a terrorist…. the latter would include tea party groups, folks.Don’t mistake this fact. If you are a patriotic American Obama and his regime view you as a threat.

Anyway, this isn’t the first time that Obama’s Department of Homeland Security has decided that patriotic Americans are more dangerous than Islam-o-nazis. It has been a constant theme of this regime. Back in 2009 and 2012 DHS essentially claimed that patriots and former members of our own military are “dangerous.”

My fellow Americans we have arrived at a time when our government thinks we are the enemy and they are making plans to take us out.

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  • Retired military

    Obama considers anyone not in lockstep with him a danger to be put in their place.

  • Commander_Chico

    “Odinists?” Never heard of them, although I was a fervent Onanist in my adolesence.

    I think Warner and I will be in the camps together. Bruce and RM too, maybe. Jim and Rodney will be cheering on authority.

    • http://wizbangblog.com/author/rodney-graves/ Rodney G. Graves

      Sez the apologist for hamas…

      • Commander_Chico

        QED. Always ready to follow the neocon line.

    • Retired military

      At least Bruce and I will be having decent conversations . Everyone will be watching your back to look for an open spot to stick the knife. Noone likes the camp collaboration.

      • Commander_Chico

        You’re a backstabber?

        • Retired military

          I have no compunction about telling someone to their face what I think of them (or doing anything else to their face ) for that matter.

          Now that I answered your question (yet again) how about answering the ones I have asked you repeatedly.

    • jim_m

      Yeah right. Count on me and Rodney to be cheering on Obama’s new fascist state.
      Sounds like you are doing a bit more projection. As for Bruce being in the camps that would be a laugh. He will cover for any fascist government and deny the existence of any such facilities. He will be like the Germans who denied knowing that a death camp was situated just a mile or so out of town.

      • Commander_Chico

        No you will be cheering on Jeb Bush’s new fascist state, he’s the next one.

        Anyways, I really don’t think I’ll be in the camps, I will be relaxing poolside in Palawan or hiking in Telemark. Even the fascist government will direct deposit my reserve retirement checks.

        • http://wizbangblog.com/author/rodney-graves/ Rodney G. Graves

          Projecteth the soi disant cognoscenti veteran hamas apoligist very much indeed. Loathsome is an inadequate descriptor.

          • Commander_Chico

            Projecteth? I always thought you talked with a lisp.

          • http://wizbangblog.com/author/rodney-graves/ Rodney G. Graves

            Like most everything else you think…

    • warnertoddhuston

      I sort of have a feeling that everyone that comes to this site is already on a “list” somewhere in some government file cabinet.

      • jim_m

        That is the point isn’t it? Suppress any sort of free thinking by making it too dangerous lest one be placed on such a list.

  • LiberalNightmare

    Thank god that the IRS is there to protect us.

  • jim_m

    Beware of the Odinists. You never know when Vikings may attack!

    In fact I believe that it is highly likely that they will use their secret base in Minneapolis to attack sheep herds in St Louis on Sept 7, but by Sept 14, Patriots from the Boston area will have succeeded in driving them back to their home.

    I will further predict that despite these vile Odinists making repeated assaults on our nation on a weekly basis this fall, they will lose the majority of these engagements and that by the end of the year they will cease their aggression and go back into hiding.

    • Retired military

      You got the location right but the secret weapon wrong. The secret weapon from the MN base is Al Franken’s hairdo.

  • Zelsdorf

    If you are a patriotic American, you are the enemy of the radical left that Obama represents. They should be very afraid. This is the only President in American history to be endorced by the Communist party.

  • Nicole Girard

    Ok. I have a question. A sovereign citizen, by definition, is one who does not believe in the government, or at least they do not believe the government has any jurisdiction over them… hence, sovereign. I noticed you use the term sovereign interchangeably with “patriotic Americans” in this article. Americans who believe in the country and the Constitution, the flag… but sovereign citizens don’t believe in the Constitution, or the government, so naturally, by extension, why would they care about the flag?… So my question is, how are sovereign citizens, good patriotic Americans? What are they patriotic about? The physical land?? I don’t get it. Can you explain to me your thinking in this?

    • jim_m

      I think the issue is that the report focuses on various domestic groups that are little or no threat, so the government spends its time surveiling US citizens and real terrorists like the Tsarnaev brothers, are ignored until they blow someone up.

    • Brucehenry

      In Warner’s World, if you really really really hate Obama, you are a patriotic American.

      Meanwhile, here on Planet Earth, the GOP led House Intelligence Committee has concluded that there was no deliberate wrongdoing by the administration in Benghazi. And no “stand-down order” was issued.

      Two links, one straight, the other with clever commentary by Wonkette:

      http://wonkette.com/556198/benghazi-update-house-republican-committee-calls-all-other-republicans-liars

      http://www.sfgate.com/politics/article/House-panel-No-administration-wrongdoing-in-5663509.php

      • warnertoddhuston

        This doofus complains about me and then gives links to something as disgraceful and ignorant as Wankette. LOL

        • Brucehenry

          Who’s complaining? Just observing.

          But I’d be careful about making remarks about ignorance right after referring to “sovereign citizens”as “patriotic.”

    • Walter_Cronanty

      I’ve had a little experience with the “sovereign citizens” movement. While not violent [at least in my experience], they can be a source of economic fraud and theft. They also were big on filing fraudulent liens/tax judgments on people’s property causing all sorts of problems for the owner – I believe most states have now passed laws trying to stop the filing of such documents.
      If it’s part of the same group [so many mutations, it's hard to keep up], they also form “common law grand juries” to press phony criminal charges against people and then threaten to arrest them.
      In short, they’re not nice people and will resort to all sorts of imagined laws/interpretations of laws for their own economic gain. But I don’t believe they’re violent – but if someone knows different, I’m willing to be proven wrong.

      • Brucehenry
        • Walter_Cronanty

          Good find Bruce. Some violence mushed in with their paper terrorism.

          As your first article states: “To this end, sovereign citizens wage war against the government and other forms of authority using “paper terrorism” harassment and intimidation tactics, and occasionally resorting to violence.”
          Again, my experience was with redemptionists, some sort of common law grand jury crank, and a family that denied a court’s jurisdiction [over a misdemeanor!] and subsequently filed bogus tax liens against two judges [not smart, at all].
          But when you tie in Terry Nichols and Jerry and Joseph Kane, there definitely is some violence in the movement. When you actually try to understand what they’re arguing [and I can say with certainty I never could follow their arguments to their conclusions], you begin to understand that they are certifiable. With that, I guess you can expect violence.

          • Brucehenry

            And even if most of them are not violent, they most certainly cannot be described as “patriotic.”

          • Walter_Cronanty

            You’re right. They, like Obama, do not believe in the Constitution as it is written

  • SteveCrickmore075

    I wonder if Huston would agree with the Start assessment about the sovereign citizen movement that “their anti-government ideology is arguably more akin to left wing anarchists than right wing Klansmen”, something I have conjured up before. Has Huston who is anything but moderate, become an stereotypical anarchist left-winger, interesting?

    • warnertoddhuston

      LOL. Just call me Che.

      • SteveCrickmore075

        or comrade! lol

    • Nicole Girard

      I agree with that assessment. It makes sense. While the two groups look different, their ideologies are… well pretty much the same from what I can see.

      • warnertoddhuston

        Then you aren’t paying attention. I hope you don’t vote.

  • Constitution First

    Yup, follow the law, adhere to the Constitution, finacial responsibility, personal responsibility, pursuit of happiness… what could be more dangerous?

    Now we know how the Jews felt in 1930.

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