Bipartisan plans to criminalize speech as "terrorism"

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Bipartisan plans to criminalize speech as "terrorism"

Post by Jim Mathias » Wed Feb 26, 2020 12:26 am

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/as-do ... ailsignout
As Domestic Terrorists Outpace Jihadists, New U.S. Law Is Debated
Neil MacFarquhar
4 hrs ago {25 February 2020}

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The threat level from violent, homegrown extremists, and specifically white supremacists, was marked in red as the top category: “High.” The threat from the Islamic State, Al Qaeda and their ilk was demoted to third, in green: “Low.”

Terrorism experts believe that holds true for the entire United States.

“In the U.S., more people are killed by far-right extremists than by those who are adherents to Islamist extremism,” said Mary McCord, a Georgetown University law professor and a former senior Justice Department official for national security.

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Opponents counter that a new law amounts to a worrisome expansion of government powers, and might face constitutional challenges on the grounds of impinging on free speech.

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With both Democrats and Republicans proposing legislation, the issue is one of the few that does not divide strictly along partisan lines.

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He pointed out that one domestic terrorism law proposed by a Republican congressman specified various prison sentences, including up to 25 years for destroying or damaging “any structure, conveyance or other real property. That means a protester who engaged in vandalism to make a political point could face 25 years in jail. “
Studiously ignoring the daily black, mestizo, and other non-White violent crimes, especially when committed against Whites, they're focusing on an extremely tiny number of Whites committing acts of ....vandalism for extreme punishments.

Still thinking of voting for your favorite "republican," White man?

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The Federales weigh in

Post by Jim Mathias » Mon Mar 09, 2020 1:26 am

https://www.dhs.gov/tvtp
Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention

Nearly two decades after the 9/11 attacks, the threat of terrorism is increasingly complex and evolving. Foreign terrorist organizations (FTOs) like al Qaeda and ISIL continue to plot against the United States, whether through directed attacks or by inspiring action by homegrown violent extremists (HVEs). At the same time, there is a growing threat from domestic actors-- such as racially and ethnically motivated violent extremists, including white supremacist violent extremists, anti-government and anti-authority violent extremists, and others—that drive terrorist violence.

The United States has also experienced multiple targeted violence events, which often lack a clearly discernible political or ideological motive. Though such attacks carry such severity and magnitude that suggest a clear intent to inflict a high degree of mass injury, destruction, or death commensurate with known terrorist tactics. Targeted violence may be a result of perceived grievances and includes attacks within schools, workplaces, large public gatherings, and other settings.

While the underlying rationales may differ, the threats of targeted violence and terrorism increasingly overlap, intersect, and interact with each other. Likewise, there is some alignment in the tools that can be applied to address them. Preventing targeted violence and terrorism necessitates using all tools in our toolbox: reactive measures, such as the traditional law enforcement tools of investigations and prosecutions and proactive measures that are aimed at building protective capabilities of individuals and groups. These proactive prevention activities focus on empowering communities and individuals to marginalize violent messaging while protecting and championing democratic responsibilities and values.

Last Published Date: February 24, 2020
Marginalize "violent" messaging??? Turning free speech into an act of violence is what they want to achieve, yes? How "democratic" is that?

Their hypocrisies aside, the writing on the wall is clear: both the Federals and state governments are beginning to target all pro-White speech by conflating it with violent crime committed by a tiny number of Whites. Getting "communities and individuals" to marginalize (what exactly does this mean?) Whites, then taking successive steps leading to....? In conjunction with the currently ongoing and widespread demonization of Whites in the Jewed mass media, academia, and other institutions, the aim is to outlaw anyone who wishes to assist their fellow Whites in organizing, conducting outreach, literature, community-building, and other activities thought to be protected by law.

As of yet, no legal community in the US has objected to this that I'm aware of.

As the system continues to create conditions favorable for catastrophe in various ways including financial, health (the coronavirus scare that's currently upon us), wars/"refugee resettlement" and other actions, it might be a good idea to keep an eye on government secret police announcements like this one and actions gearing up to take advantage of an "emergency" situation to conduct activities similar to what's happened in the past but on a larger scale. All in the name of "democratic values."
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DOJ wants new powers

Post by Jim Mathias » Sat Mar 21, 2020 5:58 pm

Trump's lawyers are now seeking power to detain fine people from any side, indefinitely and without trial, for this brand new emergency. Check it out:

https://thehill.com/homenews/administra ... s-pandemic
March 21, 2020 - 04:00 PM EDT
DOJ appeals to Congress for new emergency powers amid pandemic

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has asked Congress for a slew of new emergency powers, according to documents obtained and reviewed by Politico.

The requests come as the federal government tries to combat the coronavirus pandemic which has sickened over 24,000 people nationwide in the U.S. and claimed more than 280 lives, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

Documents obtained by the publication revealed several different proposals.

One of the proposed changes would give the attorney general the power to ask top district judges to stop court proceedings "whenever the district court is fully or partially closed by virtue of any natural disaster, civil disobedience, or other emergency situation.”

These top judges would also gain the power to the stop court proceedings during a national emergency.

In addition, the DOJ has asked for the ability to ask chief judges to permanently detain an individual without trial during emergencies.

Another proposal would reportedly waive the statute of limitations for criminal investigations as well as civil trials during an emergency and could last up to "one year following the end of the national emergency."

Last week, President Trump declared the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. a national health emergency.

The Hill has reached out to the DOJ for comment.
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