FOUNDING FATHERS WERE TERRORISTS (According to Obama Administration)
NEW DHS DEFINITION OF “TERRORISTS.”
The Department of Homeland Security has released a new report entitled “Hot Spots of Terrorism and other Crimes.” On pages 11 and 12 it describes any Americans that hold traditional patriotic values as “potential terrorist.” By now, unless you’ve been living on Mars for the last four years, you are aware that “Obama’s” DHS head Janet Napolitano once declared American Servicemen and women returning from Iraq and Afghanistan to be the “true terrorists.” Well, now they’ve expanded their definitions of who is a terrorist to include you and me, and our Founding Fathers. Here is the list:
One. Americans who “are Fiercely nationalistic.”
Two. Americans who are opposed to Internationalism and International organizations such as the UN.
Three. Americans who consider themselves to be “anti-global.”
Four. Americans who are “suspicious of centralized federal authority.”
Five. Americans who are “reverent of individual liberty.”
Six. Americans who are jealous of their right to own guns.
Seven. Americans who want to be free of arbitrary taxes.
Eight. Americans who believe there is “a grave threat to national sovereignty and/or Personal liberty and/or that our national way of life is under attack.”
OBAMA’S WAR AGAINST OUR FOUNDING FATHERS
It is worthy to note that all of the above issues, are issues that our Founding Fathers declared their independence from England over. Furthermore, during the writing of the Constitution luminaries such as George Washington, John Adams, Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison all expressed a strong “suspicion of centralized authority,” a “reverence for individual liberty,” and beliefs that there were “persistent grave threats to national sovereignty and/or personal liberty.” And yet, now, the centralized federal government from which our Founding Fathers hoped to protect us considers the characteristics of our Founding Fathers to be indicators of “terrorism.”
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