The New War on Domestic Terror

GreenwaldThe first War on Terror ended up being wielded primarily on foreign soil but it has increasingly been imported onto domestic soil against Americans. This New War on Terror — one that is domestic in name from the start and carries the explicit purpose of fighting “extremists” and “domestic terrorists” among American citizens on U.S. soil — presents the whole slew of historically familiar dangers when governments, exploiting media-generated fear and dangers, arm themselves with the power to control information, debate, opinion, activism and protests.
That a new War on Terror is coming is not a question of speculation and it is not in doubt. Those who now wield power are saying it explicitly. The only thing that is in doubt is how much opposition they will encounter from those who value basic civic rights more than the fears of one another being deliberately cultivated within us.

Remember, if you are on the left (Antifa/BLM) you can seize territory by force, declare yourself a sovereign state, or burn down other people's buildings and the Democrat DAs won't prosecute you. But if you happen to point out that Biden's election has lots of signs that point to cheating, you'll get banned from polite society, fired from your job, and censored. If you happen to run your own business, they'll kick you off every basic financial and infrastructure platform you use and tell you to build your own. God forbid you actually go to a peaceful protest about it; they'll arrest you and throw you in jail for that.

This entry was published Sun Feb 07 21:58:10 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2021-02-07 21:58:10.0. [Tweet]

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