DHS And Its War On ‘White Terror’

The Department of Homeland Security has encouraged Americans to spy on each other.

The War on Terror, at least as a name, is over, but the war on white Americans by the Department of Homeland Security is in full stride.

We’ve reported before here and here how the DHS has targeted Tea Party members, Ron Paul supporters, military veterans and gun owners as potential terrorists and encouraged Americans to spy on each other. The narrative, of course, is that these are all white people angry over the election of a black man as President and there is no telling what they might do.

The video below demonstrates exactly how DHS feels about white Americans. It encourages Americans to report “suspicious” behavior as they watch for terrorists, and all but one or two of the people demonstrating potential suspicious behavior is white. And nearly all the “patriotic” Americans who report suspicious behavior belong to a minority group. Where are the civil liberty groups like the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the Southern Preposterous Lie Center (SPLC) and the NAACP decrying this obvious racism?

Of course, they can’t be bothered. But you can be sure that if the “terrorists” depicted appeared to be Arab or Muslim or black or any other minority, CAIR, the NAACP, the SPLC or some other race-hustling group would be front and center, shouting “racism” at the top of their lungs.

Hat tip: Prisonplanet.com

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