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How to spot a terrorist (hint: you’ll need a mirror)

How to spot the terrorists among us.

  • If you buy meals that are ready to eat, like a sandwiches from a gas station, the Department of Justice and FBI considers you an elevated terrorist threat, and under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) you can be imprisoned for this FOREVER WITHOUT A TRIAL.


  • If you own guns or waterproof ammo, the Department of Justice and FBI considers you an elevated terrorist threat, and under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) you can be imprisoned for this FOREVER WITHOUT A TRIAL.

  • If you have more than 7 days of food stored, the Department of Justice and FBI considers you an elevated terrorist threat, and under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) you can be imprisoned for this FOREVER WITHOUT A TRIAL.


  • If you pay for a hotel room with cash, the Department of Justice and FBI considers you an elevated terrorist threat, and under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) you can be imprisoned for this FOREVER WITHOUT A TRIAL.

  • If you buy night-vision devices including flashlights, the Department of Justice and FBI considers you an elevated terrorist threat, and under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) you can be imprisoned for this FOREVER WITHOUT A TRIAL.
  • If you are missing a finger or have burn marks, the Department of Justice and FBI considers you an elevated terrorist threat, and under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) you can be imprisoned for this FOREVER WITHOUT A TRIAL.


  • If you’re texting while sitting in public, but trying to keep it concealed from people who pass by, the Department of Justice and FBI considers you an elevated terrorist threat, and under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) you can be imprisoned for this FOREVER WITHOUT A TRIAL.
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    http://www.aclu.org/blog/tag/NDAA
    http://www.reddit.com/r/politics/comments/nf6ox/so_terrorism_now_means_indefinite_detention_and/
    http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/269700/20111219/ndaa-sopa-occupy-wall-street-anonymous-limits.htm
    http://www.nationalterroralert.com/suspicious-activity/

    If you buy meals that are ready to eat, like a sandwiches from a gas station, the Department of Justice and FBI considers you an elevated terrorist threat, and under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) you can be imprisoned for this FOREVER WITHOUT A TRIAL.

    If you own guns or waterproof ammo, the Department of Justice and FBI considers you an elevated terrorist threat, and under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) you can be imprisoned for this FOREVER WITHOUT A TRIAL.

    If you have more than 7 days of food stored, the Department of Justice and FBI considers you an elevated terrorist threat, and under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) you can be imprisoned for this FOREVER WITHOUT A TRIAL.

    If you pay for a hotel room with cash, the Department of Justice and FBI considers you an elevated terrorist threat, and under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) you can be imprisoned for this FOREVER WITHOUT A TRIAL.

    If you buy night-vision devices including flashlights, the Department of Justice and FBI considers you an elevated terrorist threat, and under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) you can be imprisoned for this FOREVER WITHOUT A TRIAL.

    If you are missing a finger or have burn marks, the Department of Justice and FBI considers you an elevated terrorist threat, and under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) you can be imprisoned for this FOREVER WITHOUT A TRIAL.

    If you’re texting while sitting in public, but trying to keep it concealed from people who pass by, the Department of Justice and FBI considers you an elevated terrorist threat, and under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) you can be imprisoned for this FOREVER WITHOUT A TRIAL.

    The following should cause a heightened sense of suspicion:

    * suspicious or unusual interest
    * surveillance
    * photographs or videos
    * note-taking
    * drawing of diagrams
    * annotating maps
    * using binoculars or night vision devices
    * Individuals avoiding eye contact
    * Individuals in places they don’t belong
    * A strong odor coming from a building or vehicle
    * Over dressed for the type of weather
    * visitors and guests that arrive and leave at unusual hours
    * visitors and guests that try not to be noticed
    * visitors and guests that have an unusual number of unrelated people living together
    * they only let you into the apartment or house with plenty of prior notice
    * they change the locks often
    * they keep certain rooms off limits
    * they cover tables and other pieces of furniture
    * they never allow maid service in a hotel room
    * they only take hotel room service outside the door
    * they only accept deliveries at the hotel’s front desk or outside a closed door
    * unusual or unexpected mail
    * propane bottles
    * vehicles able to contain or haul hazardous materials
    * Suspicious letter or package that arrives in your mailbox.
    * Someone suspiciously exiting a secured, non-public area near a train or bus depot, airport, tunnel, bridge, government building, or tourist attraction.
    * Someone unfamiliar loitering in a parking lot, government building, or around a school or playground.
    * Anyone asking a lot of questions
    * Recruiters should be alert for unusual employment applications.

    This means that if you buy food that is ready to eat, store food, own guns/ammunition, own night vision devices, own binoculars, text anyone, wear the latest styles of clothing, recite the constitution, have a propane grill, burn yourself while cooking or working near a hot engine and leave a scar, own or use a camera or camera phone, take notes, ask directions, ask questions, get junk mail, change your locks, buy locks, use tablecloths, paint a room, varnish a floor, draw, doodle, write on maps, view maps in public, have friends come over, demand privacy, walk out of any airport/bus/train/tunnel/bridge/tourist spot, have room mates, do not use credit cards/checks, do not allow uninvited guests inside, or simply dislike being watched 24/7/365, than you can be detained in a military prison for the rest of your life, without trial and without proof.

    Wake up people! Veto this bill now before our rights and freedoms are stripped away. This is not a joke or a game. This is what happens when the media does not cover real events and substitute with a public nipple slip or other distraction. Sorry miss, your nipple popping out in public is not going to distract me from seeing that the government is trying to silence us from protesting by calling us terrorists, then dragging us off in the night because the cockroaches must work from the shadows from fear that it will become public knowledge. I personally don’t care about the latest crap being sold online or the fictitious scandals portrayed in soap operas aired on television. Pointless propaganda should not overwhelm the truth, and the events that truly matter should not be obscured or censored by omission.

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    This is stupid. Under that bill, nearly EVERYBODY will be considered a terrorist.

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    Youre so cool! I dont suppose Ive learn something like this before. So nice to search out any person with some distinctive thoughts on this subject. realy thank you for starting this up. this web website is one thing that

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