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Virginia Training Manual Lists Property Rights Activists As Terrorists

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  • Paul Joseph Watson
    Virginia Training Manual Lists Property Rights Activists As Terrorists Says video cameras, binoculars, sketch pads are terrorist tools Paul Joseph
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 28, 2006

      Virginia Training Manual Lists Property Rights Activists As Terrorists
      Says video cameras, binoculars, sketch pads are terrorist tools

      Paul Joseph Watson/Prison Planet.com | March 28 2006

      A Virginia training manual used to help state employees recognize terrorists lists anti-government and property rights activists as terrorists and includes binoculars, video cameras, pads and notebooks in a compendium of terrorist tools.

      The manual, discovered by the Virginia News Source, is keen to emphasize that terrorists are not only Middle Eastern in scope and the main focus is afforded to domestic terrorism.

      Included with Hamas, Al-Qaeda and Islamic Jihad, the following groups are identified as terrorist organizations.

      In any anti-government and militia movements
      Are property-rights activists
      Are in any racist, separatist and hate groups
      Are an environmental and animal rights activist
      Are a religious extremist
      Are in a street gang

      Presumably, tourists, journalists, hikers, bird-watchers, scuba divers, artists, painters, and anyone who takes a photograph is also now a terrorists according to the official list of terrorist paraphernalia provided.

      - sketch pads or notebooks
      - maps or charts
      - still or video camera
      - hand held tape recorder
      - binoculars
      - SCUBA equipment
      - disguises

      Reading further into the manual, associations between domestic terrorists and the supporting the American Revolution are subtly made. In Alex Jones' 2001 documentary 9/11: The Road To Tyranny, FEMA officials give a seminar in which they identify George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and other founding fathers as terrorists.

      The manual encourages people to report any suspicious activity to an authority figure. Presumably, if property rights activism is deemed suspicious then anyone protesting or communicating about the recent eminent domain issue will be reported and investigated on grounds of terrorism.

      The manual concludes by encouraging state employees to seek more information from FEMA and Homeland Security.

      Shortly after 9/11 a Phoenix FBI manual that was disseminated amongst federal employees at the end of the Clinton term caused waves on the Internet after it was revealed that potential terrorists included, "defenders of the US Constitution against federal government and the UN, " and individuals who "make numerous references to the US Constitution." Lawyers everywhere cowered in fear at being shipped off to Gitmo.

      This manual is another surreal and frightening reminder that government officials are being trained to embrace a Gestapo like mentality whereby any political activism or even individualistic outdoor leisure activity is deemed to be suspicious and a possible indication of terrorism.

      Click here to read the Virginia manual in full.

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