Obama Admin. Again Warning That White ‘Militias’ are as Big a Threat as Islamists

Since the day his regime took over in Washington, Barack Obama’s blinkered “intelligence” agencies have been warning that it is white people, conservative groups, tea partiers, military veterans, and “militias” that are the real danger lurking in America and recently Obama’s FBI did it again claiming that “militias” (read white male gun enthusiasts) are looking to attack Muslims inside the USA.

In a report issued in May only to police departments and other law enforcement agencies, the FBI’s Counterterrorism Division insisted that “militia extremists” are looking to kill Muslims. The report goes on to cite two–yes only two–instances of “militia” leaders saying they are mad at Muslims and may want to target them.

No actual instances of this desire to attack Muslims has been seen, though. Only talk. Still, the FBI is all worried over Americans with guns.

An intelligence bulletin issued by the FBI’s Counterterrorism Division in late May warns that so-called “militia extremists” are likely to begin targeting Muslim institutions, including mosques and other religious facilities. The bulletin titled “Militia Extremists Expand Target Sets To Include Muslims” was obtained by Public Intelligence after being released to law enforcement in late May, just days before a planned “freedom of speech” rally outside a Phoenix mosque which attracted numerous individuals dressed in camouflage, tactical gear and carrying loaded assault weapons.

Based primarily on a “large body of source reporting generated mainly since 2013,” the bulletin states that militia extremists are “expanding their target sets to include Muslims and Islamic religious institutions in the United States.” The recent targeting of Muslims augments prior FBI analysis, contained in a January 2015 report, which found that “established militia extremists target government personnel and law enforcement officers, perceived threats from abroad, and individuals or institutions that seek to constrain Second Amendment rights.”

Multiple FBI “sources with varying levels of access” report that militia extremists have been conducting surveillance of “diverse locations including Alaska, Arizona, Indiana, Montana, New York, North and South Carolina, Utah, and Texas.” This reporting indicates that extremists have often focused on targeting Islamic facilities, such as mosques or community centers, though some have discussed targeting individual Muslims within their community. In September 2014, a source with “good access” reported to the FBI that “militia extremists in Mississippi discussed kidnapping and beheading a Muslim and posting video of the attack to the Internet.” Likewise, another source reported in early 2015 that the leader of a militia extremist group expressed “interest in training members for direct action against ISIS and associated ISIS locations.”

The FBI concludes that increased targeting of Muslims is being fueled by two fundamental misconceptions that are described as “salient perceptions within militia extremism that contribute toward an anti-Muslim bias”

With attacks by Muslims being thwarted right and left, with multiple Muslims being caught trying to leave the USA to join the ISIS jihad, and with bombing threats being constantly stopped by the FBI, with mass shooting breaking out at the hands of Muslims, it seems that the FBI is more worried about “militias” (i.e. white, male conservatives) attacking Muslims inside the USA than they are in Muslims attacking everyone else.

Could a “militia” perpetrate a crime against Muslims inside the USA? Sure. But since none ever have and it is thousands of times less likely that a “militia” will attack a Muslim than that a Muslim will commit an act of terror in the USA, one has to wonder where the FBI’s resources are being spent and if they are being directed in the proper manner?

One also has to wonder how much Obama’s often pro-Muslim agenda influences the FBI?

But Obama has pushed his FBI to go soft on Domestic Muslim terror before. In August of last year, for instance, his FBI threat matrix excluded Muslim extremism as a worry and made white people the object of worry.

This is all of a piece with how Obama has run the security services. Story after story proves to us that Obama has systematically instructed our policing agencies to steer clear of calling Islam a danger to this nation and repeatedly we see groups like the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security claiming that it is patriotic, tea party-going, whites who are the real danger.

Heck, it doesn’t even need to be Musilms that are a threat to America. The so-called black lives matters groups have been far more dangerous to Americans than any white “militia” has been. Do we have big FBI alerts about these criminal, rioting, racist groups prone to violence? Not a word.

What we have here is the Democrat Party agenda and PCism forcing our security agencies to ignore the real threats we face. Worse, it is obvious that Obama has wiped 9/11 from the memory of those who are supposed to be keeping us all safe.

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  • Commander_Chico

    White militias could cause a lot of havoc and disruption, even revolutionary disruption.

    The movement is growing, they are well armed. Unlike Muslims, as guerrillas they could “move amongst the people as the fish moves through water” as Mao said.

    It’s not an imminent threat, but give me a depression and some agitation, I can see a white insurgency in parts of the USA.

    • jim_m

      No. Its not a threat,at all. It really isnt growing except in the minds of conspiracy freaks and the fascit left.

    • Ken in Camarillo

      You imply that the items in your last paragraph are mild irritants that could set off the overly sensitive militias. Actually, add in the recent era of federal lawlessness, and you’re getting close to the list of complaints in the Declaration of Independence. It is like a frog in a pot of hot water: we’ve had 200 years of mostly domestic tranquility, so most are not inclined to think about revolution, considering it unthinkable. But then you wonder, how much is too much, to the point where you have to push back.

      • Commander_Chico

        I am not implying they are minor irritants. There are legitimate grievances against the way things are.

        Heck, I’ll start stockpiling weapons and ammo if they continue illegal electronic spying on Americans, do away with cash and require a national ID card.

        Either that, or just live outside the USA.

        When they start having checkpoints everywhere, detaining people without due process or censoring free speech, it would be worth fighting over.

        Ever hear of the Oath Keepers? They look like a righteous group.

        • Ken in Camarillo

          My bad, I misinterpreted the thrust of your comment. I checked out the Oath Keepers and they do look pretty good. It’s hard to know exactly how much we’ve deteriorated from the founders’ vision, but it’s probably a good idea to affiliate with people who are paying attention and who have committed to holding the line with “the oath”.

          If people in the immigration departments were to say no to illegal executive orders, a lot of mischief would be avoided. It might look like it’s no big deal to say no to un-Constitutional or illegal orders, but it could become a very costly decision if the government becomes more corrupt, so these people are not to be dismissed as “Walter Mittys”. Actually I think people have already been illegally oppressed when they tried to hold the line.

  • Paul Hooson

    Some far right militia types are a high risk to commit bank robberies, but as a whole loose ISIS supporters in the U.S. are still a much larger threat of crime or violence.

    • jim_m

      Really? I must have missed all the reports of militia perpetrated bank robberies. Do you suppose the media is suppressing this news to further destabilize the nation because it makes better news?

      Or maybe you’re just a jackass that will believe anything.

      • Brucehenry
        • Commander_Chico

          Also you can note that Warner is all on top of reports of scary Moooslims that are mostly retards entrapped by FBI informants, but blind to Dylann Roof, Tim McVeigh and their ilk.

        • jim_m

          Dumbass.

          Your first and last link are to the same incident. The man may be considered right wing but there as no connection to a right wing militia trying to steal money buy arms. What a tool you are.

          The middle one is actually relevant. If this were still 20 years ago.
          More left wing lies and bullshit from people who can’t write a sentence without lying.

        • jim_m

          More idiocy from Bruce. The incident he cites twice occurred in 2010. According to the FBI there were 5628 bank robberies nationwide in 2010. This man’s 4 robberies amount to 0.007% of all bank robberies that year.

          Plus there is no claim that he belongs to any militia group, just that he gave the money away to right wing groups.

          So this means that we should be targeting right wing groups as the primary threat to conduct bank robberies. We should use the top law enforcement agency in the nation to focus on 0.007% of Bank Robberies.

          It is obvious to anyone that we to stem the rising tide of bank robberies by focusing on 0.007% of all of those crimes.

          BTW, dumbass, Bank Robberies were already declining before we decided that they were caused primarily by right wing militia groups.
          You guys a fucking idiots

          • Brucehenry

            LOL more strawman nonsense. Nobody, including me, claimed right wingers were the “primary threat” to rob banks, nor advocated that law enforcement target them as a “primary threat” to do so. Or made any claims as to the rate of bank robberies increasing or decreasing.

            You mocked Paul’s statement that “some militia types are a high risk for bank robberies” and I cited, after a 10-second google, 3 stories on the first page. There are many more.

            You need to take some medication, you are wound too fucking tight.

          • jim_m

            Laugh all you want. I just showed that the meme that right wing militias are a huge danger to society that you and Paul are pushing is a load of bull. You can’t counter the truth that bank robberies are almost never committed by right wing militia types.

          • Brucehenry

            No one is pushing a meme. Paul observed, rather off-handedly, that some militia types have been known to commit bank robberies, but he mainly was AGREEING THAT ISLAMIST GROUPS ARE THE BIGGER THREAT. You mocked his observation, and I cited links demonstrating that he had a point.

            That’s it. No “pushing a meme.” No nefarious motives or claims that militias are a “huge danger to society.”

            Again, you are wound way too fucking tight. And you can’t fucking read.

          • jim_m

            Some lefties are committing mass shootings. Should ewe investigate all left wing groups? According to you and Paul the answer is yes.

          • Brucehenry

            Again, no, and again, you can’t fucking read. Again, no one is arguing that right wing groups are the “primary” bank robbers or that they are “a huge danger to society.”

            Paul made an offhand comment, which you mocked. It was factually correct in that “some” right wing types have indeed been shown to, you know, rob banks. His main point, though, was that lone-wolf ISIS nutjobs were the bigger threat.

            In other words, the guy was AGREEING WITH YOU. Leave it to the bile-filled angry fuck-you-shouter to be unable to take yes for an answer.

          • jim_m

            He was responding to Warner’s article not me. He did not agree with me. He stated that right wing groups are a problem. The facts do not support this. Some isolated instances have occurred, none of them recent. The point is that saying so gives cover to an Obama admin that is touting right wing groups as a threat when they are not. It is that the dems are calling out for legal action against conservatives when there is no real evidence of wrongdoing.

          • Brucehenry

            Are you saying right wing militia nutjobs and conservatives are the same thing? Because in Jim-language it seems like you are, lol.

          • jim_m

            Actually, the Obama admin IS saying so. Hence the attack on right wing groups by the IRS

      • Paul Hooson

        One of my relatives was a former high ranking FBI official. While he was not allowed to discuss many things, there were other conversations we were allowed to have about the nature of criminal acts such as the violent militia crime gang who robbed a Washington bank and had a violent shootout in a Fred Meyer store parking lot, etc.

        • jim_m

          Idiot. Actual crimes are not state secrets and anyone an discus them. The FACT I that these bank robberies are simply not occurring and this is yet another bullshit obama admin misdirection of focusing law enforcement activities on right wing groups.
          You cannot point to a single incident and instead you point to motorcycle gangs, which on a fucking idiot like you would characterize as right wing. What makes them rightwing, dumbass? That they are predominantly white?

          • Paul Hooson

            No, militia group robberies to acquire more weapons started in the early 1960’s with some splinter organizations such as the Minutemen, who were self-styled patriots, but some resorted to criminal conduct as an easy path to money to acquire weapons. My relative could not discuss the details of any ongoing investigation of any organization or individuals for understandable reasons, but the FBI Bulletin publication did offer much details of many criminal organizations who used robbery to finance the purchase of weapons.

          • jim_m

            Again, you have provided no instances of ANY such groups engaging in this activity over the last 20 years. You give a vague example that dates back 50 years. Since nearly 60% of all bank robberies end in arrest and conviction of the criminals, one would presume that the law of averages would have caught up to someone over the last 50 years. But nope. You can’t provide anything.

          • Paul Hooson

            Bruce offered some links above to some crime incidents that I was aware of, so there was no need to repeat his links to the same incidents. – But, these militia types are hardly mainstream conservatives of any sort.

          • jim_m

            He offered one (well, actually two that were the same story) that was not a link to a militia and another that was to something ridiculously old.

  • Libertarianski

    Who has the most to gain or the most to lose??

  • Freodo

    Not all Muslims are terrorists but all terrorists are Muslims

    • Brucehenry

      The Irish Republican Army will be surprised to hear this.

      • jim_m

        Which IRA are you referring to? The Official IRA, The Provisional IRA, The Continuity IRA, The Real IRA or the new group that calls itself simply The IRA?

        Bunch of splitters they are, the lot of ’em.

        • Brucehenry

          Yeah and the People’s Front of Judea isn’t a Muslim group either but I have my doubts about the Judean People’s Front.

          • MartinLandauCalrissian

            Where you you going to gestate the fetus? In a box?

          • Phil T Tipp

            +1 You win, sir.

    • Paul Hooson

      No, terrorists represent many ideologies.

  • fsilber

    White right-wingers are not a terrorist threat _now_. However, suppose citizenship is delivered to a massive number of undocumented immigrants and these in return give Congress the votes to pass truly restrictive gun control laws. By importing votes the democratic process would have been subverted and I don’t think all people would consider its results to be morally binding. I could see Civil War resulting, and the methods used by the Left’s precious Palestinians might well be adopted.

    So when the President says that conservative white men are a terrorist threat, that might be what he has in ind.

    • Phil T Tipp

      Possible, but it’s more likely, that despite the left’s coy feather dancing in front of the immigrant tide, that the mestizos – who are culturally conservative people – once established, will vote en masse for the right.

      • MartinLandauCalrissian

        I wish that were true. But it won’t be. They are engrained with government giveaways there and here. The left is the ones that gives away everything for free to people who don’t want to work, educate themselves of assimilate. These people will become permanent Democratic socialists if allowed to become sudden Americans.

        • Phil T Tipp

          I disagree. Once the immigrants split to form an upwardly mobile class (the workers, the self-employed and the educated, such as exists in all south american countries) they’ll distance themselves, sharpish, from the unwashed miserable masses on the dole. And the quickest way to mark out who has made it in the new Estados Unidos amongst the tide, will be political. You just watch the Republicans in the southern states get real friendly with the newcomers, real quick.

          • MartinLandauCalrissian

            Sadly your picture is too rosy. They will never “split” to any “upwardly mobile” segment of the population because the Democrats will keep them in poverty and will stir their hatreds in the doing.

  • Zelsdorf

    The only danger posed by militias are the ones mentioned in the 2nd Amendment, which if I were a want to be Tyrant like Obama, I would fear.