We Are All Terror Suspects Under the FBI’s Communities Against Terrorism Program | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

We Are All Terror Suspects Under the FBI’s Communities Against Terrorism Program

“Using cash for large transactions” is another no, no. But my credit card was stolen the other day at the restaurant and so now I pay in cash. I hope that has not been made illegal by Congress. But if I purchase a home entertainment system, etc., for cash, am I to be reported to the FBI for such a large transaction by the young person behind the cash register who wants to prove he or she is a loyal citizen?

Always paying in cash at an internet café is clear evidence of a suspected terrorist, we are told. Especially if you are a Comcast or AOL subscriber or believe in privacy and do not allow anyone to look over your shoulder to read what you have on your screen. And do not read the New York Times on line there because you can be reported for focusing too much on terrorist attacks. So what if the Times reports such things almost daily worldwide? The police have nothing more important to do than check out what you are reading in the paper, according to the FBI.

And remember, be careful young people with that graffiti, or you may hear that knock at the door. But graffiti is always around. Is “Vote the Green Party, and not Democrat” grounds for a report to the FBI? That is an anti-government statement.

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