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'Fusion center director: We don't spy on Americans, just anti-government Americans'

Published time: March 29, 2013 20:35

Law enforcement intelligence-processing fusion centers have long come under attack for spying on Americans. The Arkansas director wanted to clarify the truth: centers only spies on some Americans – those who appear to be a threat to the government.

In trying to clear up the ‘misconceptions’ about the conduct of fusion centers, Arkansas State Fusion Center Director Richard Davis simply confirmed Americans’ fears: the center does in fact spy on Americans – but only on those who are suspected to be ‘anti-government’.

Continue reading... http://rt.com/usa/fusion-center-director-spying-070/



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They don't care how you

They don't care how you define it to them you're anti-government and a threat to their power and control.

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I am not anti government. I

I am not anti government. I am pro-American and I respect pro-American government.

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So, If 88% of Americans disapprove of their government...

What does that statement mean?

http://www.gallup.com/poll/161210/congress-approval-stagnant...

These guys have got their work cut out for them!

I ain't gonna make it easy, either.

its 'cos I owe ya, my young friend...
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9/11 Truth.

I'm not anti-government

I'm anti This government.

When a true genius appears in the world, you may know him by this sign: that the dunces are all in confederacy against him. ~J. Swift

The question is, when will this guy be hanged by neck till dead.

He admits to illegal spying and and callous disregard of the Bill of Rights.

The way this is done is by due process. Clearly we will have to do for him what he denies the people and citizens.

Free includes debt-free!

Boston Chronicle, June 2, 1775

'King Henry: We don't spy on colonists, just anti-throne colonists'

King George III, King of Great Britain and Ireland (1760 - 1820)

King George III & the American Revolution. <(1738 - 1820)
He labeled rebel leaders traitors. What ensued was a year of fighting. In 1776, the colonies declared their independence and made a list of their grievances to the King. At the same time, the American revolutionaries were asking support from the populace.

George was always accused of trying to keep his nation at war with the American revolutionaries. He did not heed counsel from his advisors. According to George Trevelyan, a Victorian author, George had a strong determination not to acknowledge the American independence. He wanted to punish their contumacy by indefinitely prolonging a war which he promised to would be ongoing for eternity. George wanted to keep the rebels poor, anxious and harassed until the day comes when their disappointment and discontent were transformed into remorse and penitence.

Early in 1778, France signed an alliance treaty with the United States of America which further escalated the conflict. Later on, the Dutch Republic and Spain joined France. Realizing that Britain was on its own without a single ally... The opposition to the costly war got stronger which resulted to the Gordon Riots in 1780.

Late in 1781, Lord Cornwallis surrendered...

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

Thanks mark

George. I knew that =)

I knew that you knew. I enjoyed your quip.

It surprised me that so many others did as well. I am not one to hanker after the truth. Just seemed a good quip receiving high interest ought to reflect well on what is taught in history class.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

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Well if that doesnt sum it

Well if that doesnt sum it up, nothing will.

To climb the mountain, you must believe you can.

King George III persecuted rebels as traitors.

Please read about King George III, posted moments ago to the same post you replied.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

Who gets to define "anti Government"?

I'm anti government, but I wouldn't harm a public figure, nor damage government property.
But I will work to expose UN Agenda 21, and crusade against the UN.

Anti-Government = Against Government = Anarchist

"who gets to define anti-Government?"

You do.

"I'm anti government, but I wouldn't harm a public figure, nor damage government property."

That's what the masks are for. Anarchists need a mob to hide in, and if that weren't true, they'd be throwing rocks through windows as we speak. I've been trying REAL HARD to protect the Libertarians from the Anarchists, but without help, there is no hope.

You can't help somebody when they run around screaming 'I'm an enemy of the state' and speaking falsehoods like: 'being a Libertarian means you're anti-government.'

Anarchists aren't Libertarians because they serve no value defending liberty and try to blame injustice on government. They're simply anti-government. They're Agents-Of-Change undermining Libertarianism through chaos and destruction. In the end, an Anarchist can't tell you what they want to create, because they're too busy dreaming about what they're going to destroy.

They've opted out and reject the very concept of a collective defending liberty. They now serve chaos and destruction and hope to create a blank slate for injustice to thrive, and it will, because they never knew what caused the injustice to begin with.

That's amusing farce

Everyone should read The Man Who Was Thursday by G.K. Chesterton for a sample of what amusing "anarchists throw bombs" propaganda was like in the early years of the 20th century.

Mob violence is your only chance Anarchist, and you know it.

This coming from the guy who says: 'all politicians are statists.'

Clearly you know political action won't achieve your goals. You're clearly "anti-government", and not just this one, but all government. There's no such thing as anything except top down authoritarianism in your book right?

So, since you can't even participate in politics let alone win the debate and since you want to abolish government, what options do you have left?

Throwing crap is an Anarchists go-to-move.

Is that you, Thursday?

Ha.

No anarchist, of course, ever throws anything or wears a balaclava. Agents provocateurs, on the other hand...

You aren't an Anarchist?

What are you calling yourself today?

That's exactly what I've been saying, Anarchists are provocateurs and useful anti-government followers undermining the liberty movement. They're provocateurs and Communists.

Ha, it's like you're repeating dialog straight from that story

Duality of identity, double-cross obfuscation, projection of one's own weak logic onto the intended target.

Seriously, everyone. Read that Chesterton story, it's full of chuckles and is a great profylactic against obvious scripted NWO cons. It's like reading Dickens or Huxley, only funnier.

"Suspicion is sufficient"

- Every Bureaucrat

fuck the Government!

1st Amendment = Freedom of speech!

now where do i sue? since our tax dollars are being used against our 1st amendment right...

That they violate our rights at our expense...

...is the big kick in the teeth.

that's the kicker!

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Oh Really :

Do "Paper Terrorists" count ?

The Constitution is a Trust : http://www.The-Legacy.Info

Prolly, if it involves a Ron Paul bumper sticker.

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Well that is clearly

Well that is clearly content-based viewpoint discrimination in violation of the First Amendment. 'Cause we all know the gov't always follows its own rules, right?

Oops! Guess I'm on more than one list :-)

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"When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know Peace." - Jimi Hendrix