Bag men: why do all the wrong people get labeled as terrorists?

This poor guy and his pal shit their pants the first time they were ‘officially profiled’ by some agency, agency affiliate or another–and in this case, by a news organization trying to make a scoop.Image

I remember my first time as a profiled person–oh so many decades ago…

But gang stalkers, and the steadily increasing presence of “undercover police” carry backpacks all the time (photos and documentation elsewhere) loaded with anti-freedom mayhem–and they never get highlighted as the subversive, repugnant domestic terrorists that they are?

As I noted elsewhere, they almost always carry backpacks (usually loaded with electronic gear, clothing changes and other sooper sekrit ‘disguises’ like hoodies..)

Does anyone remember that catch all description of “terrorists” from the archives of police state insanity a few years back?

I sure do–the “lone wolf” terrorist is a description of anyone they can isolate, and set up in some crime, so they can look like world saving heroes because most Americans are “too busy” to pull their heads out of their asses to call “bullshit” what is is: “bullshit.”

In my experience? Only gangstalkers and their police handlers do any of these things.

Here’s the list below, straight from the horses mouth, in case you are too lazy to click the links above–or are afraid that clicking one of those links will get YOU profiled…:

Surveillance: Are you aware of anyone video recording or monitoring activities, taking notes, using cameras, maps, binoculars, etc., near key facilities/events?

Suspicious Questioning: Are you aware of anyone attempting to gain information in person, by phone, mail, email, etc., regarding a key facility or people who work there?

Tests of Security: Are you aware of any attempts to penetrate or test physical security or procedures at a key facility/event?

Acquiring Supplies: Are you aware of anyone attempting to improperly acquire explosives, weapons, ammunition, dangerous chemicals, uniforms, badges, flight manuals, access cards or identification for a key facility/event or to legally obtain items under suspicious circumstances that could be used in a terrorist attack?

Suspicious Persons: Are you aware of anyone who does not appear to belong in the workplace, neighborhood, business establishment, or near a key facility/event?

“Dry Runs”: Have you observed any behavior that appears to be preparation for a terrorist act, such as mapping out routes, playing out scenarios with other people, monitoring key facilities/events, timing traffic lights or traffic flow, or other suspicious activities?

Deploying Assets: Have you observed abandoned vehicles, stockpiling of suspicious materials, or persons being deployed near a key facility/event?

If you answered yes to any of the above…if you have observed any suspicious activity that may relate to terrorism…again, please contact the Joint Terrorist Task Force or law enforcement/counterterrorism agency closest to you immediately. Your tip could save the lives of innocent people, just like you and yours.

Yeah– I have observed almost all of those over the last 15 years or so–but almost ALWAYS, it WAS the POLICE doing it!  My favorite was this Filipino guy right in front of the FBI building downtown in front of the post office, right after 9/11.

He appeared out of virtually nowhere (although some quick and immediate reality testing told me that he emerged from the slight right side, and moved into my path directly from the street), right in front of me, wearing a Kepi, a Polo, and photographing the building. I mean, how obvious could a “terrorist” be? But there he was, a government provocateur, “perimeter testing” my mind. Ouch, that still hurts, kind of…

Loyalty test, or something more sinister? Who can know with spooks–they are all so obviously morally bankrupt that any nod in their direction opens the possibility of a setup. You would think they would just cal you or something, maybe send an e-mail.

Oh, shit, I was meandering there–never mind: nothing to see here.

Gotta love the police state–using any and all excuses and pretexts to create a state of “exigency” and the climate of a “snitch society,” ala Stalin, or Der Fuhrer. Sooooo un-American–or did I get the definition of “American” wrong somewhere?


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