Treason And Terrorism: Beware Puerto Rican Nationalists

Homeland Security,Islam,Terrorism


The business of the US government is treason against the people it purports to serve. Of that no more proof is needed than “the FBI’s most recent national threat assessment for domestic terrorism,” in which no Islamist terror threats are mentioned. Warnings are, however, issued against “anti-government militia groups and white supremacy extremists, along with sovereign citizen’ nationalists, and anarchists; violent animal rights and environmentalist extremists, black separatists, anti- and pro-abortion activists, and Puerto Rican nationalists.” These groups are considered a signal danger to the homeland.

Scholar of Islam Robert Spencer marvels at this calculus, given that “last year’s Boston Marathon bombing and the 2009 Fort Hood shooting” were both carried out by radical Muslim Americans.

“Some such groups may indeed be violent and dangerous, but they’re nothing compared to the global character of jihad terrorism – and yet jihad terrorism didn’t even make the FBI list,” wonders Spencer.

This the traitor class knows all too well. This is indeed “willful,” but unlikely to amount to “ignorance.” The aim is population control; to criminalize the opposition to tyranny within, not to defend the people from real danger.

Oh, and Puerto Rican nationalists had attempted “to assassinate Truman in 1950 and their shooting of five congressmen at the House of Representatives in 1954.”