listen here

Patriot Broadcast From the Trenches Schedule 

donations

FBI: You Might be a Terrorist if You Breathe

terrorists patriotsGodfather Politics – by Philip Hodges

The FBI published 25 pamphlets and distributed them to people who work in the general public to give them information on how to spot a terrorist based on a number of “suspicious behavior” indicators. People at construction sites, electronic stores, beauty salons, airports and other places were advised on what kind of behavior is consistent with domestic terrorism. Here are some of their recommendations:  

Beauty salons and drug stores are told to watch out for customers who don’t drive themselves but are dropped off and picked up by someone else. (If you’re elderly and need a ride, you might be a terrorist.)

Gas station attendants are told to look out for customers who put gas in gas cans. (If you run out of gas, you might be a terrorist.)

Construction sites are advised to consider glued locks as evidence of terrorism. (Definitely not a prank pulled by unruly teenagers.)

Dive boat shops are told to look out for customers who rent a boat for an “extended amount of time.” (If you have too much fun on your rented boat, you might be a terrorist.)

Electronics stores are advised to look out for those who purchase an assortment of electronic supplies. (If you frequent Radio Shack or Fry’s, you might be a terrorist.)

Banks should be on the lookout for customers who deposit multiple checks or money orders. (If you have more than one stream of income, you might be a terrorist.)

Hobby shops are told to keep an eye out for those who have an “unusual” interest in remote-controlled airplanes. (If you’re a hobbyist, you might be a terrorist.)

Home improvement stores are told to watch out for customers buying lots of watches or kitchen timers. (If you’re a chef, you might be a terrorist.)

They’re also advised to be on the lookout for people buying pipe, particularly in short lengths, or camouflaged clothing. (If you’re a plumber or someone who lives in the South, you might be a terrorist.)

Hotels and Motels are told to look out for guests who have lots of luggage and for those who don’t want cleaning service. (If you’re a woman who values her privacy, you might be a terrorist.)

Internet cafes are told to watch out for patrons who have more than one cell phone or who are seen switching out their SIM cards. (If you have a business phone and a personal phone, you might be a terrorist.)

Passengers and drivers on mass transportation are told to look out for people who have cameras, are drawing pictures or writing things down. (If you write down your grocery list while you’re on the bus, you might be a terrorist.)

Military surplus stores are told to look out for those who purchase a lot of meals ready-to-eat (MRE). (If you’re planning a camping trip, you might be a terrorist.)

Rental truck facilities are told to look out for customers who ask about how big a particular truck is or how much fuel it holds. (If you have to move a lot of stuff to your new house, you might be a terrorist.)

The general public is advised to be suspect of anyone who seems to be overdressed for the weather (if you’re cold, you’re probably hiding something under your coat) or anyone who is critical of U.S. foreign policy. (If you disagree with the current administration, that means that you want to blow up government buildings and airplanes.)

In most of the pamphlets, people were advised to be suspect of anyone who pays with cash; has missing fingers or hands; changes his appearance by shaving his beard, dying his hair or changing his style of clothing; makes comments about “radical theology”; or smells funny.

It would have been a lot easier and a lot cheaper to just say to be suspect of anyone who is human and not wearing a government uniform.

Read more: http://godfatherpolitics.com/9881/fbi-you-might-be-a-terrorist-if-you-breathe/#ixzz2NYxh7gi9

This entry was posted in News. Bookmark the permalink.
1047
Don't forget to answer the Security Question before you post comment.

5 Responses to FBI: You Might be a Terrorist if You Breathe

  1. David Kidd says:

    I’m waiting for the profile list that your pet may be a terrorist….

  2. Mark says:

    I totally embrace the fact that I am a terrorist for the ability of the constitution to remain the law of the land so says my oath.

  3. dh says:

    I know this guy named Barry who seems to be unusually interested in remote controlled airplanes

  4. Nerd says:

    I can’t help, but wonder why we can be labeled a terrorist and our own government cannot? How can people not read between the lines? Many of the items listed as suspicious is EXACTLY what our government is doing in plain sight. Our lives have become open books for them to set us up, yet the government hides behind ‘security’. What about OUR rights to privacy which precedes security?

  5. American says:

    The FIB (yeah, F.I.B.) forgot one:

    Anyone read a book having a plastic or paper cover, they may be reading a “Terrorist Manual” ( It really is not someone reading a racy….(oops, I don’t mean as in a different skin color) trashy novel, not wanting anyone to see them). They could be a terrorist.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

What is 12 + 2 ?
Please leave these two fields as-is:
IMPORTANT! To be able to proceed, you need to solve the following simple math (so we know that you are a human) :-)