In George Orwell’s book “1984” the slogan of the dictatorship was “Big Brother Is Watching You.” In Obama’s America, Janet Napolitano is in charge of homeland security, so the slogan could well be changed to “Big Sister Is Watching You.”
It turns out that Big Sis has just issued a report that warns against the possibility of violence by so-called “right-wing extremists.” And what does Big Sis say these right-wingers are concerned about? Illegal aliens, the increasing power of the federal government, gun grabs, abortion and the loss of U.S. national sovereignty. In other words, anyone who is worried about preserving our borders, language and culture is on Big Sis’ watch list.
But here’s something else that the headlines don’t tell you. The report says that these dangerous right-wingers engage in “exploitation of social issues such as … same-sex marriage.” What this means is that even though state after state has rejected gay marriage every time it has been put to a vote of the people, if you oppose the destruction of traditional marriage, if you oppose the gay mafia, then you are suspect. If you aren’t happy with her “lifestyle choice,” Big Sis will put you on her list.
It seems that rogue homosexual elements within Homeland Security are engaging in extra-constitutional activity. Where is the Republican Party to protect us from this rogue Obama government? Who will be next on the list? The Navy SEALs that shot the Somali pirates? Talk show hosts? Only Big Sis knows for sure.
This is not the first time this has come up. Last month, I told you on “The Savage Nation” about “fusion centers.” What’s a fusion center you ask? They’re a set of local intelligence centers across the country created by Big Sis and the Department of Homeland Security to combat terrorism and related criminal activity. I told you that, according to a report by one of these fusion centers, if you’re an anti-abortion activist, if you’ve supported presidential candidates like Ron Paul, Chuck Baldwin or Bob Barr, if you believe in the idea that the U.S., Mexico and Canada will someday form a North American Union, then you may be specially targeted by Big Sis. And now we know the problem is even worse than we thought.
I told you on “The Savage Nation” about a report called the Modern Militia Movement, from the Missouri Information Analysis Center. It said that if you display political paraphernalia supporting a third-party candidate, or you have what’s referred to as subversive literature, you could well be a member of a domestic paramilitary group.
But this most recent report from the Department of Homeland Security and Big Sis Napolitano goes even further. It ends on an ominous note. It says, “DHS… will be working with its state and local partners over the next several months to ascertain with greater regional specificity the rise in rightwing extremist activity in the United States, with a particular emphasis on the political, economic, and social factors that drive rightwing extremist radicalization.”
This isn’t change we can believe in. This is Janet Reno on steroids.
The iron heel is starting to come down. The Homeland Security Department and these fusion centers were not created by Obama but by George W. Bush. And while Obama may ultimately be responsible for suppressing third parties and anybody else whose thinking is out of line with the Marxist mainstream, it was Bush that started the process. So I don’t want to hear from lockstep Republicans who insist that this is all Obama’s doing. Both sides are to blame. Bush started it, but Obama may finish it, with Big Sis at his side.
Even the communist ACLU has responded to some of these reports by saying that it crosses the line and shows a disregard for civil liberties. So dissidents on the left and dissidents on the right agree for once. But the government-media complex, the Bush-Obama crowd, seems to be just fine with the idea of sending you up the river if you support a third party or oppose gay marriage. They’re OK with putting you under surveillance if you have “subversive” literature. Or if you happen to support the wrong Republican member of Congress, look out; your next vote may be your last.