The final phase of the Obama administration's ongoing attack against patriots across America has begun, with the full complicity of the Hell Stream Media aka Main Stream Media, where after lining all their ducks in a row, they prepare the unawakened masses for the final roundup of Patriots, with a massive propaganda push.
If you believe the NWO is pushing for a one world government, or that one by one our constitutional liberties are being eroded, such as gun rights or freedom of speech, or that stocking up on food, water and basic necessities in the event of a catastrophic event is prudent, or that the federal government should adhere to the constitution, or any number of beliefs that oppose the "official" narrative or government policies.... then you are now considered an "extremist."
We have all seen the insidious labeling and targeting of patriots, preppers, survivalists, religious groups, veterans and others over the last few years, but to connect a recent Washington Post hit piece against Patriots to the systematic psychological programming of the masses we have witnessed during Obama's term, we have to go back to 2013 for a quick flashback.
Many may remember that in April 2013 it was reported that during a "briefing with an Army Reserve unit based in Pennsylvania, a U.S. Army training instructor listed Evangelical Christianity, Catholicism and even “Islamophobia” as examples of “religious extremism," list along side of groups such as the Ku Klux Klan, Hamas and al-Qaeda.
“None of these slides were produced by the Army, but by soldiers who included information found during an Internet search,” Patterson told me.
“The Army does not maintain or publish a list of organizations considered extremist; and after a similar incident earlier this year, commanders and other leaders were cautioned that they should not use lists of ‘extremists,’ ‘hate groups,’ ‘radical factions’ or the like compiled by any outside non-governmental groups or organizations for briefings, command presentations, or as a shortcut to determining if a group or activity is considered to be extremist.”
But the Army does provide a list of organizations that do list groups like the AFA and FRC as domestic hate groups – specifically the Southern Poverty Law Center. And the SPLC is featured in the military’s Equal Opportunity Advisor Student Guide.
The Chaplain Alliance uncovered that information through a Freedom of Information Act request. Crews wants the Army to stop using any materials from the SPLC.
“The SPLC has labeled many mainstream religious organizations as hate groups,” Crews said. “Reliance on lists produced by anti-Christian political organizations violates the apolitical stance necessary in the military.”
Emphasis mine and please keep the bolded points above in mind as we take a look at the latest WAPO hit piece against Patriots.
THE TARGET LIST
WAPO titles their piece "PRIMED TO FIGHT THE GOVERNMENT," and then proceeds to demonize the Patriot movement in the eyes of the masses, those that only get their news from the MSM, preparing them for the final battle on the horizen, for when the government decides to drop the hammer on anyone they consider "anti-government."
You can read the entire piece at the link above, but I am going to highlight a few specific portions of this hit piece, which should send chills down the spines of anyone that disagrees with any government policy.
Those in the movement call themselves patriots, demanding that the federal government adhere to the Constitution and stop what they see as systematic abuse of land rights, gun rights, freedom of speech and other liberties.
Law enforcement officials call them dangerous, delusional and sometimes violent, and say that their numbers are growing amid a wave of anger at the government that has been gaining strength since 2008, a surge that coincided with the election of the first black U.S. president and a crippling economic recession.
Soper started his group, which consists of about 30 men, women and children from a handful of families, two years ago as a “defensive unit” against “all enemies foreign and domestic.” Mainly, he’s talking about the federal government, which he thinks is capable of unprovoked aggression against its own people.
The group’s members are drywallers and flooring contractors, nurses and painters and high school students, who stockpile supplies, practice survival skills and “basic infantry” tactics, learn how to treat combat injuries, study the Constitution and train with their concealed handguns and combat-style rifles.
Again emphasis mine as we note the phychological message being sent, where the "law" considers patriots "dangerous, delusional and sometimes violent and the "targets" that the masses may soon see rounded up or killed will be everyday people like drywallers, nurses, high school students, preppers who stockpile supplies, etc....
WAPO HIGHLIGHTS VERY SAME GROUP THAT NAMES RELIGIOUS GROUPS, PATRIOTS AS EXTREMISTS
Now that they have spotlighted the "targets" to the unaware masses that still get all their news from the MSM, Wapo highlights and links to the Southern Poverty Law Center, the very same group that created the slide the Army supposedly disavowed which names religious groups as more of a threat than al-Qaeda and the Ku Klux Klan.
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS and the watchdog groups that track the self-styled “patriot” groups call them anti-government extremists, militias, armed militants or even domestic terrorists. Some opponents of the largely white and rural groups have made fun by calling them “Y’all Qaeda” or “Vanilla ISIS.”
Mark Potok of the Southern Poverty Law Center, which monitors extremism, said there were about 150 such groups in 2008 and about 1,000 now.
Note carefully how they deliberately combine the terms "law enforcement officials" and "watchdog groups," while linking to the SPLC webpage of "Active anti-government groups" in the United States, listing 998 groups, describing them in the following manner:
Of these groups, 276 were militias marked with an asterisk, and the remainder include "common-law" courts, publishers, ministries, and citizens' groups. Generally, such groups define themselves as opposed to the "New World Order," engage in groundless conspiracy theorizing, or advocate or adhere to extreme antigovernment doctrines.
Oathkeepers, Tea Party groups, Three Percenters, Constitutional groups, Patriot Networks, Freedom groups, Christian groups, anti-UN Agenda 21 groups, Mark Dice's official website, Survivalist groups.... just to name a very small sample of what Washington Post just pushed to the general public as "extremists."
SOMETHING BIG IS BEING PLANNED
The timing of the Wapo piece is disturbing as we see that the "US Department of Defense revealed it had placed a $93 million order for 177,000 ballistic body armor plates from the US military’s traditional supplier of protective equipment, Ceradyne which several years ago was purchased by 3M. Both production and delivery are expected to be concluded over the next several months."(Via Zero-Hedge)
SHTF Plan highlighted that report and added the following editors note:
Editor’s Comment: Why indeed is such a large purchase taking place? Is the U.S. military gearing up for war in Syria, or perhaps the big one with Russia? Are the powers-that-be preparing to take on angry rioters and civil unrest here at home?
This isn’t just training, and it isn’t scenario. Something big is being planned.
Whether we are looking at an economic collapse, preparation for gun confiscation, war or any number of possible scenarios, the MSM has just made it clear to the still-sleeping masses that the "enemies" they may see rounded up and/or killed on their nightly news, will be patriots, survivalists, religious groups, second-amendment supporters, etc.... because they are officially considered "extremists."