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Prosecutors in Georgia said they formed an anarchist militia within the military.
Burnett said that Roark, who had just left the army, knew of the militia group’s plans and was killed because he was “a loose end.”
Prosecutor Isabel Pauley said the group bought 87,000 dollars of guns and bomb-making materials and plotted to take over Fort Stewart, bomb targets in Savannah and WashingtonState, as well as assassinate the president. news.uk.msn.com
More details are surfacing about the four soldiers accused of stockpiling assault weapons and bomb components and plotting to assassinate the president. According to the AP’s Russ Bynum, the group calls itself F.E.A.R., which stands for Forever Enduring Always Ready. While authorities don’t know how many members are in the group, they did accuse it of plotting some ambitious domestic terrorist plots. democraticunderground.com
The prosecutor said the militia group had big plans. It plotted to take over Fort Stewart by seizing its ammunition control point and talked of bombing the Forsyth Park fountain in nearbySavannah, she said. In Washington state, she added, the group plotted to bomb a dam and poison the state’s apple crop. Ultimately, prosecutors said, the militia’s goal was to overthrow the government and assassinate the president. democraticunderground.com
All are charged by state authorities with malice murder, felony murder, criminal gang activity, aggravated assault and using a firearm while committing a felony. A hearing for the three soldiers was scheduled Thursday. nydailynews.com
According to prosecutors, Roark was killed after members of F.E.A.R. discovered that he knew of their plot. On Monday, 26-year-old Army Pfc. Michael Burnett pleaded guilty to manslaughter and illegal gang activity in connection with the murder case. He also gave testimony backing up some of the claims made by prosecutors. Bynum says that Burnett testified against Aguigui, who he said ordered the killings of Roark and his girlfriend. theatlanticwire.com
|“Domestic Terrorism: A Persistent Threat in the United States is republished with permission of Stratfor.”|
By Scott Stewart
A string of incidents over the past month has served as a reminder that despite the intense, decadelong focus on the jihadist threat, domestic terrorism is still an issue in the United States. On Aug. 5, Wade Page opened fire on the congregation of a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wis., killing six and wounding three others. Though Page killed himself and did not leave any evidence explicitly listing his motives for the attack, his long association with the white supremacist movement was clearly a factor in his target choice.
On Aug. 15, Floyd Corkins shot and wounded a security guard in the lobby of the Family Research Council’s office in Washington after the guard blocked him from entering the office. Corkins reportedly was carrying a bag containing a box of ammunition and a number of Chick-fil-A sandwiches. He apparently targeted the Family Research Council because of its public support for Chick-fil-A in the wake of the controversy over statements made by the fast food chain’s founder regarding gay marriage. According to media reports, Corkins said, “I don’t like your politics,” before opening fire.
And on Aug. 16, an off-duty sheriff’s deputy was shot and wounded while working as a security guard at an oil refinery in St. John the Baptist Parish, La. When two other deputies responded to a nearby trailer park where a vehicle reportedly associated with the shooting was spotted, the trailers’ occupants ambushed and killed the deputies. An additional officer was wounded, along with two of the suspects involved in the shooting, Brian Smith and Kyle Joekel. Seven people have been arrested in connection with the incident, including Smith’s father and brother. News reports indicate that the group was associated with the sovereign citizen movement, and members of it were under investigation for weapons offenses and previous threats to law enforcement officers in other states.
All three of these incidents stem from distinct ideological streams: the white supremacist skinhead movement, the radical left and the Posse Comitatus/sovereign citizen movement. While unrelated as far as timing and motive, when taken together they show that extremist ideologies subscribed to by certain individuals on the fringes of U.S. society continue to radicalize some to the point that they are willing to take violent action in accordance with those ideologies. Domestic terrorism is thus alive and well.
First, we need to remember that terrorism is a tactic practiced by actors from a wide array of ethnic and religious backgrounds who follow various ideologies stretching from anarchism to neo-Nazism. Terrorism does not equal jihadism. Long before jihadism reared its head in the United States, anarchist Leon Czolgosz assassinated President William McKinley, white supremacist James Earl Ray assassinated Martin Luther King Jr., and Posse Comitatus member Gordon Kahl killed three law enforcement officers in a multistate spree of violence.
Indeed, as we look at all of the recent attention being paid to lone assailants and small cells, it must be remembered that anti-government and white supremacist leaders in the United States embraced the leaderless resistance model of operations long before jihadist groups began to promote it.
In 1989, William Pierce wrote his novel Hunter, which detailed the exploits of a fictional lone wolf named Oscar Yeager and was loosely based upon real-life lone wolf Joseph Paul Franklin. In 1990, Richard Kelly Hoskins published a book titled Vigilantes of Christendom, in which he introduced the concept of a “Phineas Priest,” or a lone wolf militant chosen and set apart by God to be his agent of vengeance upon the earth. In 1992, former Ku Klux Klan leader Louis Beam published an essay in his magazine, The Seditionist, that provided a detailed outline for moving the white supremacist movement toward a leaderless resistance model. Jihadists such as Abu Musab al-Suri first began to promote leaderless resistance only after the U.S. response to the 9/11 attacks began to severely affect al Qaeda. But even so, groups such as al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula did not really embrace al-Suri’s concept of leaderless resistance until late 2009, and the al Qaeda core did not follow suit until 2010.
The recent spate of incidents is also not all that unusual. Other examples stand out in recent years of different streams of domestic radicalism leading to a confluence of attacks by different types of actors. For example, on April 19, 1995, a large truck bomb built by anti-government extremists Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols detonated outside the Alfred P. Murrah Building in Oklahoma City, killing 168 people. Five days later, on April 25, timber lobbyist Gilbert Murray became the third fatality and final victim of Unabomber Theodore Kaczynski’s long Neo-Luddite bombing campaign.
Another such convergence occurred in the summer of 1999. After conducting arsons at three Sacramento-area synagogues, brothers Matthew and Tyler Williams killed a gay couple in their home in Happy Valley, Calif., on July 1. On July 2, World Church of the Creator adherent Benjamin Smith began a multistate shooting spree that killed two and wounded nine and that only ended when he killed himself July 4. On Aug. 10, former Aryan Nations member Buford Furrow mounted an armed assault against a Jewish day care center in Los Angeles, during which he wounded five people before killing a Filipino-American mailman on the street.
Domestic terrorism in the United States is a cyclical phenomenon. There are discernable peaks in that cycle, like those we’ve discussed — and like the one the country is currently experiencing. The intense political polarization that has occurred in recent years in the United States, the widespread distrust of the government on both the extreme right and the extreme left, and the current election-year rhetoric will further inflame political passions. This means that the current cycle of domestic terrorism plots and violence is likely to continue for at least the next several months.
While domestic terrorism is currently at the peak of the cycle in the United States, it is important to remember that most domestic terrorism cases tend to be simple attacks conducted by a lone actor or small cell. There are far more instances of simple bombings, such as those conducted by Olympic Park bomber Eric Rudolph or animal rights bomber Daniel Andreas San Diego, than the sort of large truck bomb attack committed by McVeigh and Nichols, which was an anomaly. Even more common than bombing attacks are the armed assaults that we’ve seen recently, and they are generally implemented against soft targets – something we’ve talked about in relation to other terrorist threats.
And that means that the implications for domestic terrorist threats are essentially the same as they are for the jihadist or Iranian threat. First, it is critical for people to remember that terrorist attacks do not appear out of a vacuum. Individuals planning an attack — no matter what their motivation or ideology — follow a discernable cycle, and that cycle involves behavior that can be identified and detected before the attack is conducted. Indeed, it appears that the Smith family and their associates involved in the Louisiana shooting were known by authorities in several jurisdictions and were considered armed and dangerous.
It is also important for individuals to understand that it is physically impossible for governments to protect all potential targets from every sort of attack. This means that many places are vulnerable to an attack, should an assailant choose to strike and should the assailant’s preoperational activities go undetected. Therefore, citizens need to assume responsibility for their own security. This involves citizens not only reporting suspicious activity to the authorities, but also practicing good situational awareness and having updated and appropriate contingency plans in place for their families and businesses.
DEES Illustrations Obama Martial Law used with permission
Baseball fans seem to have the knack of being able to discern the trajectory, distance, and point value of the ball from the sound at the moment it is hit. Archers have been able to hit an aspirin in flight; sniperscan range out to 2.47 km., for three ‘hits’.
Believe it or not, there are people skilled in the art of political observations that can divine the political trajectory by similar skills. Their findings are that ‘We the People’ are in the crosshairs of everything being done, this last decade. We have been assured that the motives are for the benefit of ‘the people’, however what is left unclear is who among us they are referring to.
The secret, that is not so secret, is called Martial Law. Martial Law is defined as: The exercise of government and control by military authorities over the civilian population of a designated territory.
One could make a very good case that we have already arrived, but that is just a matter of degree. The only argument that could be presented would be over the meaning of the words “By Military Authorities”. No matter the alphabet nomenclature, we need to put into perspective the old adage, ‘Looks like military, marches like military, dresses like military, acts like military and has military weaponry and equipment. Posse comitatus, even while being circumvented by nomenclature and lawyer-speak, is still on the books,even while being ignored. And so much for that ‘One Nation under God, with “Liberty & Justice” for all’!
One of the biggest measures of total control is the institutionalization of a two tiered (or three) system of laws and enforcement (or lack thereof). More about that in another article, but isn’t that part of the definition of Tyranny?
The BIGGEST public misconceptions are concerning Martial Law; that ‘It won’t happen here’.
The other misconception is that ‘people will fight back’. The stark reality is that when it kicks off for real, for real; it is too late. What they don’t realize is that as a military ‘operation’ it will come in the night without warning. Think: Shock and Awe. Think:Katrina. Think: Blackout, Confuse and Control. Think: ‘War of the Worlds – Grover’s Mill NJ. For those that have never experienced it, it is nothing to look forward to. The VIPR ‘probes’ we are nothing like the real thing, nor the ‘stop, frisks, confiscate and imprison’.
Based on the Argentine experience, it might go something like this;
- Cut off civilian communication systems, isolate and confuse everyone to soften them up.
- Heavily restrict travel. Toll booths become control posts, bridges are inspection points.
- Broadcast propaganda over all media that justifies action and limits reactions.
- The message is; sit tight, shelter in place, wait for instructions, watch the programming.
- Block off neighborhoods, send trucks, troops and dogs to sweep houses, and round-up strays.
- No one enters or leaves until the ‘authorities’ are done, even ‘loyal’ troops on foreign soil.
- Raise the prices of everything, so sooner or later EVERYONE has to ‘come out’.
- Drones can spot them when they do, or move, and FEMA camps are ready and waiting.
- They can use wires on genitilia or water boarding as a BFF locater, and information finder.
The only good news is that if you are illegal, or a tourist, you can probably BUY your way out of any jam with cash, or you may only be deported. If you are a citizen, all bets are off, and the attempted bribery will add time to your incarceration.
While you have been kept too busy to care, while you have been following the MSM news and watching the ‘entertainment’ on TV, all of the gear has been set in place,training is ongoing… While your attention was elsewhere, all of the planning has been done. While you were sleeping, everything has been wired up. All that is left is for ‘them’ to do is to establish justification to initiate the proper circumstance to detonate the processes. At that time there is NOTHING that you can do. It could accidental that all of this has just fallen into place, but that reasoning wouldn’t hold up to either, logic, the embedded links, or all of the available facts.
We might not have much time left.
Arsenal found by Prince Goeorge County Police in suspect’s home
Police have arrested a man only 24 miles from Washington, D.C. who allegedly had been plotting to carry out a mass shooting at his workplace.
Neil Prescott, 28, was arrested by police in Crofton, Maryland on Thursday night after he allegedly phoned in a threat to employer Pitney Bowes, a software and mailroom supplier, warning them that he would “shoot the place up.”
During a Friday afternoon press conference, investigators say that multiple threats were made several times over the course of multiple phone calls. When police conducted a field interview with the suspect, they say he was wearing a t-shirt that read, “Guns don’t kill people—I do.” Authorities say that, coupled with earlier information obtained in their probe, that “led us to a place where we could get an emergency petition” to arrest Prescott.
The investigation was led by the Ann Arundel, Maryland Police Department in conjunction with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
“If you call anybody and threaten to do harm — kill people — we’re going to believe you. And we did,” an officer involved in the investigation said during Friday’s presser.
Investigators say they found more than 20 firearms, including assault rifles, and 400 rounds of ammunition at his home.
According to authorities, Prescott identified himself as “a joker,” but they are not officially linking the planned shooting yet to last week’s incident in Aurora, Colorado. James Holmes, 24, is accused of opening fire at an Aurora cinema last week during a screening of the new Batman film and killing 12 people. Investigators say Holmes called himself the Joker, a reference to the comic book hero’s archenemies; he sported a hair-do similar to the sinister character’s own during his first public appearance on Monday.
A law enforcement source speaking with ABC 7 in Maryland says that authorities believe that, had they not foiled Prescott’s plan, there “could have been another Aurora” only miles away from the nation’s capital. Prescott had not been charged yet, but is being held under an emergency petition filed by a judge.
This global gun control scheme, concocted by the U.N., is called the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT). Disguised as a way to combat terrorism, insurgents and international criminals, this document endeavors to secure the world’s citizens cannot defend themselves.
The US is the world’s largest exporter of firearms; while private sales between citizens, collectors and sportsmen would all be internationally regulated with the approval of ATT. This includes rules over ammunition, and procurement.
Senator Jerry Moran said in a letter (signed by 44 other senators) to President Obama; warning him not to continue his push for ratification of the ATT. Moran wrote: “Our country’s sovereignty and the Second Amendment rights of American citizens must not be infringed upon by the United Nations. Today, the Senate sends a powerful message to the Obama Administration: an Arms Trade Treaty that does not protect ownership of civilian firearms will fail in the Senate. Our firearm freedoms are not negotiable.”
Chris Cox, the NRA’s top lobbyist, explains: “As we have for the past 15 years, the NRA will fight to stop a United Nations Arms Trade Treaty that infringes on the Constitutional rights of American gun owners.” Cox feels that Senators like Moran “sends a clear message to the international bureaucrats who want to eliminate our fundamental, individual right to keep and bear arms. Clearly, a U.N. Arms Trade Treaty that includes civilian arms within its scope is not supported by the American people or their elected U.S. Senators. Senator Moran is a true champion of our freedom. We are grateful for his leadership and his tenacious efforts on this issue, as well as the 44 other senators who agree with the NRA’s refusal to compromise on our constitutional freedoms.”
Last month, in press release , The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) andImmigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has awarded defense contractor ATK with an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) agreement for .40 caliber hollow point ammunition.
ATK has secured a major Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity deal to supply up to 450 million rounds of .40 caliber ammunition to the Department of Homeland Security . . . The 1 year contract with four option years comes at a time when many Americans believe that DHS, along with certain aspects of the military, will soon turn their sights on the American people during some sort of martial law scenario . . . We are proud to extend our track record as the prime supplier of .40 caliber duty ammunition for DHS, ICE,” said Ron Johnson, the president of ATK’s Security and Sporting group.”
This particular type of bullet is meant to expand upon impact “engineered for 100-percent weight retention, limits collateral damage, and avoids over-penetration.”
This order is not the first for DHS. In 2009, DHS contracted Winchester for delivery of 200 million hollow point bullets.
“I have never seen such a situation in all my years as a gun owner, hunter and cop,” saidEdna Aquino , a New York police officer and shooting instructor. “I’m hearing from fellow shooters that they are stockpiling ammunition these days because they are afraid of what they’re seeing in this country.”
The economic state of America has caused US citizens to purchase armory at an incredible rate. A national “ gun-run ” last March saw a shortage of guns in stores for the first time.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has reported that an estimated 6 million requests for pre-sale guns in 2009 reflects a 26% increase.
In response to Americans arming themselves, President Obama is seeking Congress to approve the UN’s international governance over our 2nd Amendment while claiming that it is only an attempt to create more stringent gun legislation for the American public’s protection.