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Government Warning on Privacy Fanatics: They May Be Terrorists

Written by Gary North on February 7, 2012

The FBI has released a document identifying suspected terrorists. You may qualify.

Who are terrorists?


People Who:

Are overly concerned about privacy, attempts to shield the screen from view of

Always pay cash or use credit card(s) in different name(s). . . .

Activities on Computer indicate:

Evidence of a residential based internet provider (signs on to Comcast, AOL,

Use of anonymizers, portals, or other means to shield IP address

Suspicious or coded writings, use of code word sheets, cryptic ledgers, etc.

Encryption or use of software to hide encrypted data in digital photos, etc. . . .

Be part of the solution.

Gather information about individuals without drawing attention to yourself

Identify license plates, vehicle description, names used, languages spoken, ethnicity, etc. . . .

If something seems wrong, notify law enforcement authorities.

Do not jeopardize your safety or the safety of others.

Preventing terrorism is a community effort.

By learning what to look for, you can make a positive contribution in the fight against terrorism. The partnership between the community and law enforcement is
essential to the success of anti-terrorism efforts.

Some of the activities, taken individually, could be innocent and must be examined by law enforcement professionals in a larger context to determine whether there is a basis to investigate. The activities outlined on this handout are by no means
all-inclusive but have been compiled from a review of terrorist events over several years.

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10 thoughts on “Government Warning on Privacy Fanatics: They May Be Terrorists

  1. The biggest terrorists is in our white house.

  2. Pure communism at work. I know many people who value their privacy. Now they are viewed as terrorists. But since we are on the issue of privacy, what about the unanswered questions concerning false birth certificates, college records, and multiple social security numbers. Privacy is OK–but just for certain people. I knew when the Homeland Security Act was passed, Americans would end up losing their "freedom." And people thought it was enacted to keep safe. Think again.

  3. Older, but wiser. says:

    I'm old enough to remember and this sounds a lot Like Nazi Germany in the years following and through WWII. Neighbors spying on neighbors was not right then, and is not right now, I would suggest that vigilance is the way to go, and if there are suspicious activities, by all means pass information on to authorities who should be able to act accordingly.

  4. always use credit cards with different names, how would a clerk know that im usin a different name

  5. The feds do not want Americans talking to each other about how failed Washington policy has wrecked the economy and destroyed what was once the greatest and free-est nation on earth. If Americans did talk to each other they would know that a vast majority of us are highly incensed at a government that does not serve this country's interests anymore.

  6. ad astra per aspera says:

    Amen to that. Why don’t we all vote for “change back”. Obamas’ economic, social,state & foriegn policies are all profoundly gross disasters. Unless he is useing the presidency as a stepping stone to “Dictator of the New World order” or “Chairman of Global Governance” or “Calife of the Global Califate” or “Grand Mufti of Washington, DC” or whatever new title & pharase the lefties come up with to snowball the naieve. Its enough to make you sick if you let it get too you!

  7. MontanaMEL says:

    Question everything…
    Trust no one!

  8. Bill McCroskey says:

    If you read the rest of the article it goes on into government looking spying on citizens in many other instances. Here is one more that you may not realize. The IRS has had in place for years the $10,000.00 cash rule that I will assume readers are aware of. If you withdraw or deposit ten thousand in cash the financial institution MUST record your s.s. or business FEIN and send this information to the IRS. A friend of mine that is a bank branch manager tells me now that her bank must report ANY 'suspicious' cash transactions. I asked her 'what does suspicious mean?' Her reply was 'there really is no written rule for a given amount we just are to use our own judgement, what is suspicious our compliance officer says.' She then said 'I err on the side of safe and report anything more than $2,000.00' I find this invasion of privacy beyond very disturbing. I do NOT blame her….she is just scared….by a out of control federal government.

  9. I find far too many things in Washington beyond suspicous.

  10. Mayflower Decendant says:

    Another warning out from the FBI is they are getting overloaded with calls from the PD's about sovereign citizens! Hello really?? Are you sure it isn't about illegals and drug cartels instead??