abuse of authority, Afghan migrants, Biden, Bill of Rights, border security, concentrated political power, COVID-19, democracy, DHS, Dictatorship, disinformation, domestic terrorism, domestic terrorists, election fraud, foreign terrorist, Free Speech, immigration, Intel failures, Malinformation, mask mandates, Mayorkas, MDM, misinformation, racism, rights, US constitution, vaccine mandates, Vaccine safety
Notably the Biden-Mayorkas MDM Classification Lumps Those Not Intending Harm with those Intending Harm.
The short of the Biden Administration terrorism notice is that if you raise questions/concerns about election fraud, vaccine safety, and/or are upset about Biden importing a bunch of mostly unvetted Afghanis, who will be allowed to live on the dole, as long as they please, then you could get labeled a domestic terrorist. US Senator Johnson, who may have more detailed information says that “you will be labeled a domestic terrorist”. See notice and archived link further below. We read the notice as a possibility, not as a guarantee, however.
“Senator Ron Johnson @SenRonJohnson
New bulletin states if DHS thinks you post “misleading narratives and
conspiracy theories,” or “mis-dis- and mal-information” on topics like
COVID-19 you will be labeled a domestic terrorist.
Will I be next? Will you? This should frighten every American.” https://archive.ph/0ODII
We hope that someone’s doing something other than tweeting, though that’s a start. Filing legal action, for instance?
Through the DHS MDM classification, the Biden Administration lumps those spreading what they deem as false “Misinformation”, but which they admit is “not created or shared with the intention of causing harm”, however they choose to define that, with those spreading what the Biden Administration deem “Disinformation”, which they say “is deliberately created to mislead, harm, or manipulate a person, social group, organization, or country”, and “Malinformation” which they state “is based on fact, but used out of context to mislead, harm, or manipulate.” All of this is highly subjective and dangerously so. https://web.archive.org/web/20220211224450/https://www.cisa.gov/mdm
Have they cut a deal with Russia, China, and Iran, to try to make America look anti-democratic?
Notice that there is no discussion of the possibility of legitimate grievance. And, it discusses “lone offenders” and “small cells”. In this context “small cells” may be a small group of friends, off or online. Excerpt: “The primary terrorism-related threat to the United States continues to stem from lone offenders or small cells of individuals who are motivated by a range of foreign and/or domestic grievances often cultivated through the consumption of certain online content.”
Their target is now named MDM:
“Misinformation, disinformation, and malinformation make up what CISA defines as “information activities”. When this type of content is released by foreign actors, it can be referred to as foreign influence. Definitions for each are below.
* Misinformation is false, but not created or shared with the intention of causing harm.
* Disinformation is deliberately created to mislead, harm, or manipulate a person, social group, organization, or country.
* Malinformation is based on fact, but used out of context to mislead, harm, or manipulate.
Foreign and domestic threat actors use MDM campaigns to cause chaos, confusion, and division. These malign actors are seeking to interfere with and undermine our democratic institutions and national cohesiveness. The resources provided at the bottom of this page provide examples and more information about MDM activities.” https://web.archive.org/web/20220211074104/https://www.cisa.gov/mdm
They also may be weaponizing their own Intelligence Failures: The horrible Colleyville Texas Synagogue attack was by a foreign terrorist and was a failure by the DHS and Intel agencies. And, yet, these same agencies look like they may use this attack as one instrument to call Americans domestic terrorists: “Supporters of foreign terrorist organizations have encouraged copycat attacks following the January 15, 2022 attack on a synagogue in Colleyville, Texas. “ All of their blah, blah, is difficult to interpret.
“Highly distrustful of concentrated political power, Thomas Jefferson supported the creation of a bill of rights as a curb on the executive and legislative branches of the government that would be created under the proposed federal Constitution. In a letter to James Madison, Jefferson wrote: “The tyranny of the legislatures is the most formidable dread at present, and will be for long years. That of the executive will come in it’s [sic] turn, but it will be a remote period.” https://www.loc.gov/exhibits/magna-carta-muse-and-mentor/executive-power.html
Cuban born Mayorkas apparently doesn’t understand the values of Americans nor what were traditionally the rights of the English. The Spanish inquisition lasted from 1478 to 1834 and was characterized by great abuses. Mayorkas apparently wants to make himself Grand Inquisitor, thus making himself immune to criticism. Noteworthy are the things that Americans are not allowed to say, according to the DHS bulletin, which have to do with his policies, and with protecting his own status as an immigrant “hispanic” refugee, and, thus, supposedly “of color” (LOL) even though it looks like he can’t even suntan. So, he might accuse those, who want to speak freely and fairly criticize his policies, of racism. If that doesn’t work, he might accuse them of anti-semitism, since his mother is/was supposedly Jewish (Gabor) from Romania. Gabor is a Hungarian surname. We say supposedly, because in 1947, the JTA reported that Hungarian Nazis were using fake IDs and pretending to be Jewish refugees to migrate to South America. See: “Hungarian Fascists Attempting to Escape Europe As Jews, Budapest Newspaper Reports” April 29, 1947 https://web.archive.org/web/20220126102729/https://www.jta.org/archive/bugarian-fascists-attempting-to-escape-europe-as-jews-budapest-newspaper-reports Who are some other high profile Hungarian migrants? The Soros brothers, and Biden Sec. of State Blinken’s stepmother, Vera. Vera Blinken admitted that her mother worked as a German interpreter for the Nazis to obtain food, according to her autobiographical book “Vera and the Ambassador”. According to the same autobiography, her father was a banker named Jozsef Ermer. He survived the war and died in 1948. Vera’s mother was reportedly good friends with Jolie Gabor (née Janka Tilleman), the mother of the Gabor sisters – Zsa Zsa, Magda and Eva. The history of Nazis pretending to be Jewish still matters, because there almost certainly must be the offspring of Nazis, pretending to be Jewish, amongst us. They might not even know the truth, but still carry a Nazi-Gestapo mind-set. Though there are good and bad among all peoples, if it acts like a Nazi it might truly be the offspring of a Nazi (or an Inquisitor).
“Date Issued: February 07, 2022 02:00 pm ET
National Terrorism Advisory System Bulletin – February 07, 2022 02:00 pm
Summary of Terrorism Threat to the U.S. Homeland
The United States remains in a heightened threat environment fueled by several factors, including an online environment filled with false or misleading narratives and conspiracy theories, and other forms of mis- dis- and mal-information (MDM) introduced and/or amplified by foreign and domestic threat actors. These threat actors seek to exacerbate societal friction to sow discord and undermine public trust in government institutions to encourage unrest, which could potentially inspire acts of violence. Mass casualty attacks and other acts of targeted violence conducted by lone offenders and small groups acting in furtherance of ideological beliefs and/or personal grievances pose an ongoing threat to the nation. While the conditions underlying the heightened threat landscape have not significantly changed over the last year, the convergence of the following factors has increased the volatility, unpredictability, and complexity of the threat environment:
(1) the proliferation of false or misleading narratives, which sow discord or undermine public trust in U.S. government institutions;
(2) continued calls for violence directed at U.S. critical infrastructure; soft targets and mass gatherings; faith-based institutions, such as churches, synagogues, and mosques; institutions of higher education; racial and religious minorities; government facilities and personnel, including law enforcement and the military; the media; and perceived ideological opponents; and
(3) calls by foreign terrorist organizations for attacks on the United States based on recent events.
Issued: February 07, 2022 02:00 pm
Expires: June 07, 2022 02:00 pm
The primary terrorism-related threat to the United States continues to stem from lone offenders or small cells of individuals who are motivated by a range of foreign and/or domestic grievances often cultivated through the consumption of certain online content. The convergence of violent extremist ideologies, false or misleading narratives, and conspiracy theories have and will continue to contribute to a heightened threat of violence in the United States.
Key factors contributing to the current heightened threat environment include:
1. The proliferation of false or misleading narratives, which sow discord or undermine public trust in U.S. government institutions:
* For example, there is widespread online proliferation of false or misleading narratives regarding unsubstantiated widespread election fraud and COVID-19. Grievances associated with these themes inspired violent extremist attacks during 2021.
* Malign foreign powers have and continue to amplify these false or misleading narratives in efforts to damage the United States.
2. Continued calls for violence directed at U.S. critical infrastructure; soft targets and mass gatherings; faith-based institutions, such as churches, synagogues, and mosques; institutions of higher education; racial and religious minorities; government facilities and personnel, including law enforcement and the military; the media; and perceived ideological opponents:
* Foreign terrorist organizations and domestic threat actors continue to amplify pre-existing false or misleading narratives online to sow discord and undermine public trust in government institutions. Some of these actors do so to encourage unrest, which could lead to acts of violence against the facilities, individuals, institutions, and organizations cited above.
* Violent extremists inspired by a range of grievances and ideologies continue to target crowded venues traditionally perceived to be soft targets, such as commercial and publicly accessible facilities, public gatherings, certain government and state facilities, and houses of worship.
* The recent attack on a synagogue in Colleyville, Texas highlights the continuing threat of violence based upon racial or religious motivations, as well as threats against faith-based organizations.
* Threats directed at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and other colleges and universities, Jewish facilities, and churches cause concern and may inspire extremist threat actors to mobilize to violence.
* As COVID-19 restrictions continue to decrease nationwide, increased access to commercial and government facilities and the rising number of mass gatherings could provide increased opportunities for individuals looking to commit acts of violence to do so, often with little or no warning. Meanwhile, COVID-19 mitigation measures—particularly COVID-19 vaccine and mask mandates—have been used by domestic violent extremists to justify violence since 2020 and could continue to inspire these extremists to target government, healthcare, and academic institutions that they associate with those measures.
* Domestic violent extremists have also viewed attacks against U.S. critical infrastructure as a means to create chaos and advance ideological goals, and have recently aspired to disrupt U.S. electric and communications critical infrastructure, including by spreading false or misleading narratives about 5G cellular technology.
* Some domestic violent extremists have continued to advocate for violence in response to false or misleading narratives about unsubstantiated election fraud. The months preceding the upcoming 2022 midterm elections could provide additional opportunities for these extremists and other individuals to call for violence directed at democratic institutions, political candidates, party offices, election events, and election workers.
* A small number of threat actors are attempting to use the evacuation and resettlement of Afghan nationals following the U.S. military withdrawal from Afghanistan last year as a means to exacerbate long-standing grievances and justify attacks against immigrants.
3. Calls by foreign terrorist organizations for attacks on the United States based on recent events:
* Foreign terrorist organizations will likely continue to maintain a highly visible online presence to attempt to inspire U.S.-based individuals to engage in violent activity.
* Supporters of foreign terrorist organizations have encouraged copycat attacks following the January 15, 2022 attack on a synagogue in Colleyville, Texas.
* Foreign terrorists remain intent on targeting the United States and U.S. persons, and may seek to capitalize on the evolving security environment overseas to plot attacks. The Islamic State of Iraq and ash-Sham (ISIS) or its affiliates may issue public calls for retaliation due to the strike that recently killed ISIS leader Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi.
* How We Are Responding
* DHS and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) continue to share timely and actionable information and intelligence with the broadest audience possible. This includes sharing information and intelligence with our partners across every level of government and in the private sector. We conduct recurring threat briefings with private sector and state, local, tribal, territorial, and campus partners, including to inform security planning efforts. DHS remains committed to working with our partners to identify and prevent all forms of terrorism and targeted violence, and to support law enforcement efforts to keep our communities safe.
* DHS’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis established a new, dedicated domestic terrorism branch to produce the sound, timely intelligence needed to counter related threats. The Department expanded its evaluation of online activity as part of its efforts to assess and prevent acts of violence, while ensuring the protection of privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties.
* DHS’s Center for Prevention Programs and Partnerships (CP3) provides communities with resources and tools to help prevent individuals from radicalizing to violence. In 2021, CP3 awarded about $20 million in grants through its Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention Grant Program. CP3 also partners with local communities to raise awareness about how to prevent violence.
* In 2021, DHS designated domestic violent extremism as a “National Priority Area” within its Homeland Security Grant Program HSGP), resulting in at least $77 million being spent on preventing, preparing for, protecting against, and responding to related threats.
* In 2021, DHS’s Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP) provided $180 million in funding to support target hardening and other physical security enhancements to non-profit organizations at high risk of terrorist attack.
* DHS is working with public and private sector partners, as well as foreign counterparts, to identify and evaluate MDM, including false or misleading narratives and conspiracy theories spread on social media and other online platforms that endorse or could inspire violence.
* DHS’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) works with public and private sector partners – including U.S. critical infrastructure owners and operators – to mitigate risk against our cyber and physical infrastructure and increase nationwide cybersecurity resilience.
* How You Can Help
* Stay Informed and Prepared
* Be prepared for emergency situations and remain aware of circumstances that may place you at risk. Make note of your surroundings and the nearest security personnel.
* Keep yourself safe online and maintain digital and media literacy to recognize and build resilience to false or misleading narratives.
* Review DHS resources for how to better protect businesses, houses of worship, and schools, and ensure the safety of public gatherings.
* Prepare for potential active shooter incidents, as well as efforts to prevent, protect against, respond to, and mitigate the use of explosives.
* Learn more about community-based resources to help prevent individuals from radicalizing to violence.
* Report Potential Threats
* Listen to local authorities and public safety officials.
* If You See Something, Say Something®. Report suspicious activity and threats of violence, including online threats, to local law enforcement, FBI Field Offices, or your local Fusion Center. Call 911 in case of emergency.
* If you know someone who is struggling with mental health issues or may pose a danger to themselves or others, seek help.
* If You See Something, Say Something®. Report suspicious activity to local law enforcement or call 911.
The National Terrorism Advisory System provides Americans with alert information on homeland security threats. It is distributed by the Department of Homeland Security. More information is available at: http://www.dhs.gov/advisories. To receive mobile updates: twitter.com/dhsgov
If You See Something Say Something® used with permission of the NY Metropolitan Transportation Authority.“ https://web.archive.org/web/20220211084240/https://www.dhs.gov/ntas/advisory/national-terrorism-advisory-system-bulletin-february-07-2022
There are apparently some additional parts which the author of the article, below, has examined:
“Is Your Neighbor a Covid-Information Terrorist? Are You? DHS Wants to Know” By Roger Severino February 11, 2022 12:08 PM https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/is-your-neighbor-a-covid-information-terrorist-are-you/
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