Helping Terrorism

When going to private residences, for example, they are told to be alert for a person who is hostile, uncooperative or expressing hate or discontent with the United States; unusual chemicals or other materials that seem out of place; ammunition, firearms or weapons boxes; surveillance equipment; still and video cameras; night-vision goggles; maps, photos, blueprints; police manuals, training manuals, flight manuals; and little or no furniture other than a bed or mattress. Helping Terrorism

These highly trained sleuths aren’t your usual badge carrying thugs, they’re firefighters.

Unlike police, firefighters and emergency medical personnel don’t need warrants to access hundreds of thousands of homes and buildings each year, putting them in a position to spot behavior that could indicate terrorist activity or planning.

Truckers, doctors, school teachers, counselors, bank employees and the garbage man have all been recruited to be spies. On you.

That box of cleaner you threw out? Watch out, it can be the components of a bomb which your garbage man will duly report to the “authorities” that truly believe you, the American citizen, is now suddenly more dangerous then ever.

I mean really, you have to consider All Those Terrorist Attacks We’ve Been Having, right?

Am I the only one that believes that Homeland Security’s job is to take away the freedoms of Americans? And that the only terrorism in America is being conducted is by badge carrying goons? And that the recent rise in citizenry attack by these goons with tasering, beatings, clubbings and outright murder is a sign of things to come?

Don’t expect your neighbors to come to your defense, they’ll be too busy hiding the Cheez Whiz from the thought police to bother.


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4 thoughts on “Helping Terrorism

  • November 24, 2007 at 2:12 pm
    Too bad. It’s interesting to compare public opinion of police and firefighters. The public generally fears and dislikes the former, and loves the latter. Police used to be well-liked too, back when they protected and served the public rather than the state.

    Perhaps public opinion of firefighters will sway for the worse, too.

  • November 24, 2007 at 4:36 pm
    A serious problem with this is that people will report others for their own petty and vendictive purposes. This is happening now in Iraq. Our soldiers go in guns blazing on a reliable tip only having to plant evidence to justify the people they just killed. This policy preys on peoples worst characteristics.
  • November 24, 2007 at 5:22 pm

    Saw a news broadcast where they are now going to put serial numbers on the face of firing pins on all pistols (semi-auto).

    The idea being you’ll leave the brass casing behind the scene of a crime, which will have the primer stamped with the serial number of the gun that fired it. All new guns (pistols) will be fitted with this technology. This is being touted as the answer to curbing crime.

    Except it won’t work. It would be relatively easy to circumvent:

    a) replace the firing pin with a non-serial numbered one;
    b)file the serial number off the firing pin;
    c) use a brass catcher;
    d) use a revolver;
    e) buy a used gun with no paper work trail showing transfer of ownership (still legal);
    f) steal a gun and throw it away after use;
    g) gather brass at any shooting range already “stamped” with their fired serial numbers and toss this matching caliber down after committing your crime and send these idiots on a wild goose chase;
    h) pick up your fired brass.

    They must think criminals are really stupid to leave such a “fingerprint” behind and keep the weapon involved.

    Laws like this won’t do anything to protect us, but they will go a long ways towards intimidating us and keeping the sheep scared, cowed and afraid.

  • November 26, 2007 at 6:36 am
    Law enforcement’s current motto:
    … punish and enslave.

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