"Do you believe that government policies are immoral and infringe on individual liberty? That gun control violates your rights? That the government is violating the principles of the Constitution? That the government violates the principles of your
religion?" If so, the government already considers you a terrorist and wants you under surveillance.
Seeking to catechize the public regarding the all-encompassing threat of terrorism, the State of Alabama's Homeland Security Department created a “Terrorism Awareness and Prevention” curriculum.
Those Alabama residents interested in carrying out their supposed civic duty to keep their neighbors under surveillance – and report anybody deemed suspicious to the government – were advised to pay particular attention to “anti-government” groups and activists, anarchists, and “single-issue extremists.”
“Anti-government” groups, explained Alabama's affiliate of the Regime's Homeland Security Apparat, “usually believe [that] Gun Control = Enslavement ... the Constitution has been subverted ... The U.S. has lost its sovereignty
“Today's anti-government groups have their origins in the shock and outrage among a number of groups to include gun rights groups, tax protestors [sic], and white supremacists over the government actions with the Branch Davidian religious cult at Waco and and white supremacist Randy Weaver at Ruby Ridge along with recent laws that limited gun ownership.”
Let's make this clear: It isn't state terrorism to immolate scores of innocent people, as happened at Waco, or for federal assassins to gun down a fleeing teenager and a nursing mother, as they did at Ruby Ridge. Describing those atrocities as I just did, however, is sufficient to distinguish one's self as a potential terrorist – particularly if one draws the sensible, nay irresistible lesson from such episodes that only a suicidal fool would permit the Regime to disarm him.