Department of Homeland Securitvy, government spying, Jeh Johnson, Nationalization of the Police State
According to Courthouse News (CN) article, DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson warned law enforcement of a new breed of terrorism that sees people “self-radicalize.”
“As I have said many times, we are in a new phase of the global terrorist threat, requiring a whole new type of response,” Johnson said. “We have moved from a world of terrorist-directed attacks to a world that includes the threat of terrorist-inspired attacks.”
DHS propaganda is so unbelievable, they even have a guide book called “Terminology To Define Terrorists” which instructs them on how to use appropriate terminology when describing the latest terrorist threat.
DHS’s handbook exposes the war on terror for what it truly is; propaganda. Below are a few excerpts taken from DHS’s guide book “Expert Recommendation 7” section.
The experts we consulted suggested defining the challenge of our times as “A Global Struggle for Security and Progress.” It is unlikely that this phrase will replace existing monikers such as “the war on terror” or “the long war,” which are more widely used both within and outside the government.
Moreover, as a comprehensive descriptor, the phrase may not sufficiently reflect the need to promote public vigilance and rally support for the USG’s anti-terrorism mission.
…the experts we consulted debated the word “liberty,” but rejected it because many around the world would discount the term as a buzzword for American hegemony. But all people want to support “progress,” which emphasizes that there is a path for building strong families and prosperity…
DHS wants police to detect terrorists in America.
“Given the current threat environment, it is the cop on the beat that may be the first to detect the next terrorist attack in the United States,” Johnson said, quoting his speech at a New York City police graduation in December….
Continue Reading – Fearing Americans are tiring of the war on terror, DHS creates a “new breed of terrorism”
Last year, the meme was community policing under the guise of “building law-enforcement relationships in communities.”
It took Barack Obama several years to push his “if you see something, say something” aka “I Spy” into communities throughout the nation but he did it leaving clueless sheep none the wiser.
As pointed out near the bottom of the above article, Department of Homeland Security and its Community, America’s police state is “becoming more and more like the Gestapo and the NKVD.”
- Jeh Johnson, Minex Guatemala Flickr-creative commons
- NKVD emblem – Wikipedia, public domain
- Terror threat – vetxprs.
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