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Americans Are Being Divided As The War on Domestic Terror Expands

Americans appear too divided and distracted to recognize that the architects of the Patriot Act and the failed War on Terror now have their sights set on the American homeland.

The first week of 2021 kicked off with chaos at the Capitol in Washington D.C. Was it a protest, a riot or an insurrection? Were there provocateurs, and if so, were they Antifa, the cops, and/or the Feds? As usual, everyone on the internet thinks they know the answer within ten minutes. Unfortunately, this genuinely leads to the spreading of unfounded theories – many based on nothing but speculation and emotion. But while the public is debating over theories and arguing amongst themselves, the newly emboldened Military Industrial Complex is eagerly anticipating the incoming Biden Administration as an opportunity to expand the War on Domestic Terror.

In the immediate aftermath of the “storming of the Capitol”, the media pundits, intelligence community, and politicians began foaming at the mouth in excitement over the chance to push through Domestic Terror legislation. Michigan representative Elissa Slotkin, also former Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense and CIA analyst, said, “the post 9/11 era is over. The single greatest national security threat right now is our internal division. The threat of domestic terrorism.” Slotkin went on to say that she urges the Biden administration to “understand that the greatest threat now is internal.”

TLAV writer Whitney Webb responded to Slotkin’s comment by reminding the audience that, “before Congress, Elissa worked for the CIA and the Pentagon and helped destabilize the Middle East during the Bush and Obama admins. What she says here is essentially an open announcement that the US has moved from the “War on [foreign] terror” to the “War on domestic terror”.”

The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) also reportedly released a bulletin warning that “domestic extremists” are planning a nationwide protest to stop Joe Biden from being sworn in as President. According to ABC News, “The FBI has also received information in recent days on a group calling for “storming” state, local and federal government courthouses and administrative buildings in the event President Donald Trump is removed from office prior to Inauguration Day. The group is also planning to “storm” government offices in every state the day President-elect Joe Biden will be inaugurated, regardless of whether the states certified electoral votes for Biden or Trump.”

Since the bulletin has not been publicly released the report should be viewed skeptically. However, it’s only one of many emerging reports and articles stoking the flames of civil war and internal chaos. The fact of the matter is that this is not a new attempt to demonize the American people. This current effort is simply a continuation of the effort to label Americans as terrorists that has been taking place since at least the mid-1990’s following the Oklahoma City bombing false flag. These efforts were expanded further after the attacks of 9/11. In fact, as most readers know by now, it was Joe Biden who wrote the anti-terror legislation in the 90’s which became the basis for the Patriot ACT after 9/11.

While the “War on Terror” launched by the George W. Bush administration was focused on imaginary enemies in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Iran, Syria, and elsewhere, there has also been a steady push to focus on the American public. In the first years of the Obama administration we saw the rise of the “Tea Party” movement, the American Libertarian movement, and Liberal Progressives who opposed the war machine, the surveillance state, and the militarization of the police. Organizations like the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) did their best to label activists “extremists” for constitutionally protected activism and organizing. In 2010, the SPLC even came up with a “Patriot Hit List” of so-called extremists.

The post-9/11 era saw the creation of Fusion Centers; centralized systems that pool and analyze intelligence from federal, state, local, and private sector entities. The National Network of Fusion Centers was created after the 9/11 attacks to provide for more streamlined communication between federal and local agencies. The Fusion Centers have been criticized as violations of civil liberties and a danger to separation of federal and local governments. They have been exposed for targeting of protesters of the Dakota Access Pipeline and most infamously, in 2009 it was revealed that the Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC) was targeting supporters of third party candidates, Ron Paul supporters, anti-abortion activists, and “conspiracy theorists” as potential domestic extremists.

The 2010’s also saw the passing of the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act which included provisions allowing for indefinitely detaining Americans who have been labeled potential terrorists. Under these provisions, Americans lose the ability to have access to a lawyer and the right to a speedy trial. The measures were approved every year during the Obama and Trump administrations.

The truth is that the United States has long been pushing for a focus on Domestic Terror and Extremism, and regardless of what really happened at the Capitol on January 6, the event is being used as a way to justify the push for strengthening domestic terror legislation.

Another organization that is helping propel the “rise of domestic terror” narrative is the Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS), an organization with deep ties to the intelligence community and Western Military Industrial Complex. In October, the CSIS released a study claiming that two-thirds of the terrorist plots and attacks in the United States in the first eight months of 2020 were carried out by white supremacists and like-minded extremists. Coincidentally, journalist John Vibes recently reported that, “the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) is listed as the “most recent employment” for three selections on Biden’s Department of Defense agency review team: Kathleen Hicks, who is a former defense official under President Barack Obama, as well as Melissa Dalton, and Andrew Hunter.”

The most likely candidate for new domestic terror legislation is the “The Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act”, originally passed by the House in 2020, would create “dedicated domestic terrorism offices within the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Justice, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation to analyze and monitor domestic terrorist activity and require the Federal Government to take steps to prevent domestic terrorism.”

Illinois Senator Dick Durbin has already promised to reintroduce the bill in the coming days. “Senate Democrats, along with the Biden administration, will work together to investigate, expose, and hold accountable domestic terrorism threats in our country,” Durbin and Sen. Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said in a joint statement. The bill also has support from the Anti-Defamation League and the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights.

Another domestic terror bill that has previously been considered is the “Confronting the Threat of Domestic Terror Act”. The bill was introduced by Rep. Adam Schiff, who claimed that “the legislation is narrowly crafted and includes protections to ensure it is not misused.” However, the American Civil Liberties Union warned, “people of color and other marginalized communities have long been targeted under domestic terrorism authorities for unfair and discriminatory surveillance, investigations, and prosecutions. Law enforcement agencies’ use of these authorities undermines and has violated equal protection, due process, and First Amendment rights.”

This is a crucial time for the American experiment. Will the American people allow themselves to be divided to the point of calling for domestic terror legislation to be used on their neighbors, co-workers, friends and family? With the public inundated with fears of civil war, stolen elections, rampant disinformation, and general exhaustion with COVID-19 measures, it appears to be a very critical moment which may decide whether America is destined for a renewed desire for liberty, truth, and free speech, or an accelerated push towards tyranny.

Question Everything, Come To Your Own Conclusions.
Derrick Broze
Derrick Broze, a staff writer for The Last American Vagabond, is a journalist, author, public speaker, and activist. He is the co-host of Free Thinker Radio on 90.1 Houston, as well as the founder of The Conscious Resistance Network & The Houston Free Thinkers.
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8 Replies to “Americans Are Being Divided As The War on Domestic Terror Expands

  1. Great article, thank you. It sounds like there is a biosecurity agenda that is overlapped with the NDAA agenda. A double dose of pimping the people.

    1. AGENDA 21 by stealth sponsored by the Rockerfeller Foundation, the CFR and the evil New-York City banksters. You are spot on.

  2. Corruptions often happen when people fail to keep their own “sides” in check, first.
    When you have two sides, with widening divides, each blaming the other without regard for the errors of their own, corruption is even more likely.

    There is a political theory that states that “nationalism” is used as a pretext to distract from growing gaps in income & wealth.
    The U.S. is seeing near record-highs of both income & wealth inequalities.
    That “nationalism”, rather then being limited to true nationalities and borders, also occurs amongst domestic groups, like “conservative” and “liberals”, or “Dems” and “GOP”.

    There is plenty of evidence to make valid claims that Divide & Conquer tactics, which have been one of the best tactics across history in preventing truly citizen-based popular uprisings, are currently being employed.
    Take a look, for example, at the largest political campaign contributors.
    Then, take a look at whom exists as the largest shareholders of those largest political campaign contributors.
    You’ll see the same Cartel of billionaires and multimillionaires.

    And those billionaires and multimillionaires, with their massive concentrations of wealth & assets, maintain the power to direct the police and surveillance state.
    They even control the corporations that hold the government contracts that operate that police and surveillance state.

    They have created a beast, the Hydra, with numerous powerful heads that make-up Big Everything.

    The current political scene reminds me of the old spaghetti western movie A Fistful of Dollars, wherein a stranger plays two opposing families against each other, as he profits off both.

    Ancient Greek Historian Plutarch wrote about how growing divides in wealth often contribute to political instability, wars, etc.
    As did Plato, several hundred years before Plutarch, in his Republic, stating:
    “Injustice [inequality] causes civil war, hatred, and fighting, while justice brings friendship and a sense of common purpose”

    Americans are angry, and most aren’t even sure why they’re so angry.
    And they’re led towards directing their blame & anger against the “opposing” side, via that Divide & Conquer propaganda.
    Rather than against the true source of that growing angst.

    Centuries of true citizen-led populist movements have only taught the Aristocrats how to better manage & manipulate the “common” citizens.

    People need to wake-up and learn to recognize the true enemies.

  3. I’ve been saying similar. This next move is not against the left or right, it’s against All dissent. I’ve almost given up sharing.

    Question: how do you see this information being received, in general ? Are you reaching new audiences, especially those sitting on the fence but unsure ?

  4. The DNC is now a truly totalitarian fascist party. It is not that I have any sympathy for Trump by the way who did strictly NOTHING to protect Americans and defend the Bill of Rights or the US Constitution for 4 years. But the DNC and Biden are truly a threat now to ALL AMERICANs, even the stupid liberals that still do not understand the nature of these decision. Demonizing 75 000 000 million people is truly like what happened in Nazis Germany and Soviet Union. The DNC must be destroyed and attacked by ALL AMERICANS. These people are dangerous fanatics hell bent on transforming USA into a totalitarian state where any dissent will punish with tyranny. New-York is a fine example what the Democratic Party has become.

  5. Not being a fan of Trump and zionist neocons surrounding Trump and Biden, I would say both parties are criminal oraganizations controlled by AIPAC and the likes of Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein. That being said, 75 000 000 Americans are now being demonized and targeted as domestic terrorists. The real stroy here is that what we call The Deep State (CIA MOSSAD AIPAC) are in reality the true terrorists demonizing not 200 radicals from Q anon but 75 million Americans and an elected President which has had his election duly stolen by the Deep State running the District of Criminals and a certain country in the Middle East. And not its not Russia. Its not China. Its not even Iran. Its let’s say it: ISRAEL. It is the one ton elephant in the porcelain shop that you cannot never mention. The ADL, Antifa, BLM George Soros terrorists are by far more dangerous than Q Anon which a lot of people call justly Q Tards, which they are. LOL

  6. Sounds like the mossad at work within our borders as they control silicon valley with back door access on a global scale.

  7. Thank you for another informative article. Although, from my perpective it lacks class context.

    Without class context, as if –we are all in this together– it is easy to fall prey to and rationalize “terrorism” rhetoric. All effective rhetoric places the audience in the default position of supporting the positive or, maybe more accurately, not supporting the negitive i.e. –what, you don’t support the fight against terrorism? Where the terrorist is an abstraction of some enemy wanting to do harm against “us”. The implication of “us” being all of us, together. Completely subverting the fact that it’s very likely it’s the ruling class who conjures and executes, how ever indirectly, the vast majority of acts that one may label as “terrorism”. All part of the hegelian dialectic of problem, reaction, solution.

    Whereas, with class context it becomes clear what an unjust and deceptive construct domestic terrorism is (and most foreign terrorism too) for the vast majority of us, where “us” specifically infers the proletariat. Exposing among other things that the purpose, overwhelmingly, maybe even solely, of the fight against “terrorism” serves to embolden and protect the ruling class (probaly not you) from the proletariat (me and probably you) from virtually any and all legitimate discourse, or actions (whatever that may include), to fight against a tyrannical ruling class. The question of who is really terrorizing who naturally falls out of class context, as well as inherently uniting the proletariat against the true enemy –the parasite ruling class. Class context exposes the real battlefield.

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