Monday, February 11, 2013

Well, this explains everything.

Caught this through the comments from

The American public increasingly relies on the Internet for socializing, business transactions, gathering information, entertainment, and creating and sharing content. The rapid growth of the Internet has brought opportunities but also risks, and the Federal Government is committed to empowering members of the public to protect themselves against the full range of online threats, including online radicalization to violence.
Violent extremist groups ─ like al-Qa’ida and its affiliates and adherents, violent supremacist groups, and violent “sovereign citizens” ─ are leveraging online tools and resources to propagate messages of violence and division. These groups use the Internet to disseminate propaganda, identify and groom potential recruits, and supplement their real-world recruitment efforts.  Some members and supporters of these groups visit mainstream fora to see whether individuals might be recruited or encouraged to commit acts of violence, look for opportunities to draw targets into private exchanges, and exploit popular media like music videos and online video games.  Although the Internet offers countless opportunities for Americans to connect, it has also provided violent extremists with access to new audiences and instruments for radicalization.

Read the rest of this shit about violating your 1st Amendment Rights HERE


Anonymous said...

Sorry if this is off topic but I'm one of those slow thinkers.
That picture of the president shooting a shotgun: it shows smoke going directly out of the barrel. Wouldn't the shot packet be gone by the time the smoke is out that far? If so, shouldn't the recoil have lifted the barrel a little by that time?
I don't know a lot about this stuff but it looks funny to me.
Steve (currently in CA)

Jason said...

Sounds like they are on to us. Quick make a run for it boss.

Wrench said...

Article written by a high school student: