27 January, 2021

72 Types Of Americans That Are Considered Potential Terrorists In Official Government Documents

Posted by Socrates in affect intensity, communism, communism in America, domestic terrorism, left-wing violence, leftism, leftist/liberal cruelty, leftist/liberal hate, liberal mindset, liberalism, liberals, Marxism, Socrates, terrorism, Weathermen and Weather Underground at 12:23 pm | Permanent Link

This is very disturbing, considering the information below:

“Are you a conservative, a libertarian, a Christian or a gun owner? Are you opposed to abortion, globalism, Communism, illegal immigration, the United Nations or the New World Order? Do you believe in conspiracy theories, do you believe that we are living in the “end times”? If you answered yes to any of those questions, you are a “potential terrorist” according to official U.S. government documents.”

Most normal people would answer “yes” to some, or even most, of the above.

How ironic that, thanks to the psychological feature called Affect Intensity, the political Left is much more prone to violence than the Right. For example, the Marxist group called Weather Underground committed at least 25 bombings in 1974/1975, including at the U.S. Capitol, the Pentagon, the California Attorney General’s office, and a New York City police station. Even worse than that, hundreds of left-wing-committed bombings occurred in America during the early and middle 1970s [1]. Hundreds! So why don’t we ever hear about those bombings today? Name a right-wing group that has committed even 10 bombings anywhere. You can’t. (Curiously, the Weathermen, later called Weather Underground, was led by Jewish radicals, such as Terry Robbins, Ted Gold and John Jacobs; Robbins and Gold were killed accidentally in 1970 by one of their own nail-studded shrapnel bombs).

Today, for entirely political reasons, leftists are not considered to be “potential terrorists.” Only right-wingers are! This stinks. It’s a fraud and a lie.



[1] see the news article “The Bombings of America That We Forgot” by Bryan Burrough, in Time magazine, September 20, 2016.

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