Domestic Terrorism Executive Committee: The criminal Eric Holder tries to define criminal behavior


Without question I am part of the new focus from the Eric Holder’s Justice Department on an “escalating danger” from “homegrown” terrorists within the United States. A new task force was announced this week to target threats to American safety as perceived by the current criminal class of politicians occupying the modern White House. Every day members of this Justice department likely monitor my every word and movement from one GPS setting to the next. This has been going on for a long time. However, because the administration continues to make mistake after mistake in domestic and foreign policy strategies—the pressure to silence their critics is becoming overwhelming. I’m certainly not alone, they are now watching more intensely than ever thousands of similar voices who find the current administration reprehensible—for fear that some rebellion might be born from the words uttered by such people.

The task force will chiefly comprise leaders from the FBI, the Justice Department’s National Security Division and U.S. Attorneys. Called the Domestic Terrorism Executive Committee, it is a recreation of a task force formed by former Atty. Gen. Janet Reno after the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. The task force fell into disuse after 9/11.Holder promised that the government will continue to fight terrorists abroad, but added “we also must concern ourselves with a different type of threat. We face an escalating danger from self-radicalized individuals within our own borders,” he said. “Now — as the nature of the threat we face evolves to include the possibility of individual radicalization via the Internet — it is critical that we return our focus to potential extremists here at home.”

NPR adds that:

“The threat from al-Qaida is much more diffuse after Sept. 11, and the threats posed by a single horribly misguided citizen or permanent legal resident in the U.S. is in a sense as great as what core al-Qaida posed before Sept. 11,” says Neil MacBride, a former U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia.

In short, “THEY”–meaning the Justice Department–guided by President Obama don’t want people to think or question their reality. They want anonymity from justice and are primarily concerned with maintaining their control over the mainstream media. Yet that same media is under tremendous pressure to compete with the numerous blogs, radio shows, and Tea Party oriented groups still very strong all around the country who no longer accept being spoon feed complete fabrications of reality from the modern political class. So the only thing a criminal who wishes to hide can do to stay hidden from the lights cast upon them is to get rid of them. To that effect, I am at the center of many liberty movements and this site inspires hundreds of leaders all across the nation. Surely, the FBI has the statistical data of the IP addresses which visit every day, so they already know. People like Holder hope to cut off the intellectual maintenance of such movements by stopping the source. That is the reason for their resurrection of the Domestic Terrorism Executive Committee.

However, one might wonder if I am worried. Of course not. Do you know why dear reader? My lack of concern comes from the name itself more specifically the word—“committee.” As I said before, the U.S. Government and a whole room full of Barack Obama types are incapable to perform effectively any management endeavor because committees do not work. They don’t work in business, and they don’t work in politics—yet every institution of higher learning is teaching that they do—which is an extreme folly. I do not worry about those watching me, because they are not able to organize well enough to implement a strategy of any kind. All they can do is provoking suspects through harassment so their targets turn to anger prompting them to break the law which “they” control.

I’m on my second decade of this type of watching. I am now well aware of the white service vans parked down road collecting intelligence on me, listening to everything I do and say hoping to connect the dots of some patterned behavior. I know of the listening devices that no longer have to be physically planted in a home because they are now so sophisticated. I see the lurkers online trying to piece together the IP addresses of my readers and determine a pattern of behavior that they can pin to my name so to stop my online columns. And I could recite word for word the kind of dialogue uttered by Holder and his gang in these “committees.” They are lucky if they can order lunch for 10 people—let alone catch a domestic terrorist. The real terrorists are the ones who look back at them in the mirror as they plot with every breath of their being to destroy the American Constitution. When criminals are in charge of the law, they feel they have the right to define criminal behavior and turn the world of right and wrong on its head—and so long as there is a Constitution—they cannot perform the task.

So worry not about the drones taking pictures of you having sex with your wife in the backyard. If they get an eyeful, it will ultimately serve your strategy—but don’t be fearful. The people watching the images are perverts about as sophisticated as an average ground-hog, and we have a family of seven of them in our yard—who I pay equal mind to. Worry not about what they record, because if you are truly good, they may learn something and collapse under their own guilt. I have seen this happen many times. I have found that such opportunities teach the bad guys how to be good, and they turn against your enemies helping you more than they can hurt you. One thing that is common to most people is that they desire to do right. Often people think they know the definition of good as someone like Holder might define it. But through contention, they learn otherwise and today’s enemy can become tomorrow’s ally once they learn from you how to be good after being assigned to listen and watch all your movements the way a child does to form their basic static patterns of social conduct.

But make no mistake about it, Holder and his gangs of government thugs are looking to suppress opposition to their social philosophy of general Marxism. They are radicals hoping to change the world toward socialism, and will see any threat to their desire as an extremist position—so if you are a Christian, you are likely on the list, if you attend Tea Party activity—you are on the list—if you write blogs, give public speeches against the government, or even write books they would consider you incendiary to their authoritarian position. You can then be assured that they are watching your every move and plotting your demise. But just remember that as they try to figure out your doom—they struggle to order pizza—so keep that in perspective as you think of who is on the other end and how serious a threat Eric Holder is in the grand scheme of things.

Rich Hoffman