Defense secretary wants $30 million in Biden’s war of terror on Americans

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He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.

~ Martin Luther King Jr.

WE ARE AT WAR

President Joe Biden’s Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin is requesting that $30 million of the defense budget be used to go after extremism in the military.

Critics of the move say that with a broad interpretation of what is considered extreme, this could end up being a political witch hunt. Who gets to decide who and what is extreme? So far, with this administration, only people on the right are extreme and become targets.

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BIDEN DECLARED A WAR ON TERROR ON YOU

Biden has a Countering Extremism Working Group to battle all the white supremacists that don’t exist. Just about everyone in the group is a Leftist extremist. He even welcomed the hate group Southern Poverty Law Center to join.

Biden’s DHS has sent out four alerts about possible domestic terrorist attacks. The last warning concerned the Tulsa anniversary event. A DHS spokesperson admitted that there were no specific or credible threats to justify the warning, but DHS issued it, anyway. No violent white supremacists went on any mass rampages on the anniversary of the massacre, however.

Glenn Greenwald believes this is the second war on terror. He writes on his website on substack that just like the first War on Terror, there are no details. The warning is only intended to strike fear in the populace.

Greenwald writes: “Americans have seen this scam before. Throughout the first War on Terror, DHS, which was created in 2002, was frequently used to keep fear levels high and thus foster support for draconian government powers of spying, detention, and war.”

He says the tools of the war on terror are being turned inward at Americans. “Censorship, no-fly lists, abandonment of due process is all back. Danger from the non-existent white supremacists is the excuse,” he says.

“The dangers of the first War on Terror were grave enough. Transferring it to “the Homeland,” as President Biden calls it, is bound to be far more dangerous still,” he writes.


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