Violent Radicalization & Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act

Link

9 Responses to “Violent Radicalization & Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act”

  1. mad dog Says:

    I am 100% opposed to this.

  2. briankoontz Says:

    I suspect this receives opposition across the libertarian spectrum, although the libertarian left is much more concerned, as (barring violent capacity) only the left is ever targeted by the FBI (which you may wish to reflect on in terms of the relationship of the various political groups to the elite power structure).

  3. mad dog Says:

    I think some Ron Paul groups may have been targeted. I think Alex Jones may have been targeted as well.

  4. briankoontz Says:

    Alex Jones probably thinks Alex Jones has been targeted. Reality might think something else. Is there any proof?

  5. mad dog Says:

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/ny_crime/2007/09/09/2007-09-09_filmmaker_arrested_during_city_protest.html

    http://rattube.com/blog1/2007/09/08/breaking-alex-jones-arrested-at-911-protest/

  6. briankoontz Says:

    Neither of your first two links shows any specific targeting. Anyone else would have received the same treatment given the same behavior. We are living in a proto-fascist state.

    Why do you believe either of those first two links shows a specific targeting of Alex Jones?

    To inform you on what “targeting” means with an example – Martin Luther King, Jr. was sent a death threat by the FBI telling him to commit suicide. He declined to do so but was killed soon after anyway. Targeting does not mean bad treatment, because the police treat everyone badly. That just proves there is no democracy in America.

  7. mad dog Says:

    In the New York example, Alex Jones was arrested out of a crowd of over 400 people

  8. mad dog Says:

    Who were also doing the same or similar things.

  9. briankoontz Says:

    The entire crowd was using bullhorns? That seems highly unlikely.

    Cops really dislike bullhorn use when it’s not being done by other cops. A bullhorn is the equivalent of shouting, and cops don’t like anyone but them to ever shout.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s


%d bloggers like this: