Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Holder: Home-Grown Terrorists Threat Rivals Overseas

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8 comments: said...

And how are the home grown terrorists ??? He and Obama !!

Anonymous said...

Holder is the #1 homegrown terrorist! Fast and furious participants should be tried for treason.

Anonymous said...

Official funding for Muslim extremist terrorists in Syria using US tax payer money was announced today by John Kerry.

Democrats are scum and wage wars based on lies. Republicans love war, so they will not criticize Democrats for this.

Anonymous said...

Seems the "U.S. Federal Government Corporation" and the "Federal Reserve" terrorists are indeed worse than any overseas terrorists.

Anonymous said...

Holder has to say that because he knows who the real terrorists are.
The real terrorists are scared!
The wicked flee when no man pursueth: but the righteous are bold as a lion.A lying tongue hates those it crushes, And a flattering mouth works ruin.
There are six things which the LORD hates,
Yes, seven which are an abomination to Him:

17Haughty eyes, a lying tongue,
And hands that shed innocent blood,

18A heart that devises wicked plans,
Feet that run rapidly to evil,

19A false witness who utters lies,
And one who spreads strife among brothers.

20My son, observe the commandment of your father
And do not forsake the teaching of your mother;

21Bind them continually on your heart;
Tie them around your neck.

22When you walk about, they will guide you;
When you sleep, they will watch over you;
And when you awake, they will talk to you.

st said...

Hey, Eric! Those so-called overseas terrorists are mainly "grown" by our CIA so they ARE really home-grown and there's not really any other type of terorist!

Anonymous said...

Gotta clean out congress and the White HOUSE TOO. THOSE ARE THE REAL TERRORISTS, HOME GROWN.

Anonymous said...

This otherwise insightful article on how language is used to manipulate public opinion fails to make the critical distinction between being anti-regime and anti-government.

If you hate the current Israeli or US administrations, you can still be supportive of government and the concept of democratic rule.

Being against the existing power structure is one thing; but being against government as such is something very different. For the struggle is not to shrink or destroy government but to make it democratic, to make it serve the majority of people, not the elite or the ruling elites at the expense of the people.

So to be anti-government is to reject the basis of criticizing regimes which distort democracy and commit state crimes, which is our right to a democratic, responsive government of, for, and by the people.

Those who reject government denounce the social contract and reject the laws, some of which are indeed criminal but most of which are common sense (traffic signs/laws against theft, fraud, etc).

To be anti-government is to be a self-proclaimed outsider, an outlaw. There are people out there with this attitude and they have recently killed a bunch of cops to show their sovereignty. This kind of anti-government ideology is the basis of a form of domestic terrorism.

Philosophical opposition to government creates the ideology, which violent people then act out.

The whole argument that the 2nd Amendment exists to enable a rebellion against a tyrannical government (which is refuted by the words of Clause 15 of the Constitution, which mandates govt-controlled Militias to put down rebellions, not start them) is meant to rationalize armed resistance to government.

The fact is, so long as democratic means (such as protests, petitions, movements, elections, amendments, initiatives) exist, there is no right of revolution, as in 1776. Therefore, violent acts against the government (of which there are many levels, from schools to the Federal), are acts of terrorism.

Americans, since 9/11 have killed several hundred thousand innocents in Iraq and at home, over 300,000 Americans have died from firearms. We are our own worst enemies, killing each other at rate exceeding all our wars, all terrorist attacks, year in and year out.

So when you protest the governnent, you need to make it clear whether you are against this particular government/regime or whether you are calling for the destruction not of a regime but of government itself, the right of people to come together and create institutions to protect them and advance their interests.

They call it collectivism...but, remember, the family is a collective, the baseball team is a collective, all institutions in which the group's welfare is more important than private advantage are collectivist.

And without strong families and communities, there cannot be intact individuals. Strong individuals are creatures of the collectives which nurture and educate them.

Anti-government rallies--yes, I have seen then: the Tea Party tolerating people with guns and hints of armed rebellion, Sharon Angles in Nevada calling for "Second Amendment remedies if we lose at the ballot box." This kind of anti-government rhetoric and threats of violent revolt should be viewed as fomenting terrorism, such as Timothy McVeigh, who was very "anti-government" and did something about it.
. Dale

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