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EXCLUSIVE: DHS Warns Companies Of Evil Terrorist "Flyer Distribution"
By Justin Rood - April 14, 2006
You gotta see this to believe it.
In a bulletin issued yesterday, the Homeland Security Department
warns U.S. businesses of the threats they face from animal rights
group and "eco-terrorists." Such radical extremist groups may use
several tactics -- each devastating in its own way -- including:
- "organizing protests"
- "flyer distribution"
- "inundating computers with e-mails"
- "tying up phone lines to prevent legitimate calls"
- "sending continuous faxes in order to drain the ink supply from
company fax machines"
That's right. If the ink runs out of your fax machine, that means the
terrorists have won.
To be fair, these groups have engaged in vandalism and arson, which
DHS also warns of. But, c'mon. E-mail inundation is something a $40
billion security agency needs to worry about?
The real outrage in this is that on the very day some DHS yahoo spent
time and government money producing this bulletin, a jury was
convicting a white supremacist on five counts of trying to obtain a
chemical weapon and stolen explosives. The man's dream: to explode a
briefcase "dirty" bomb inside the U.S. Capitol.
Needless to say, I'm told DHS has yet to send out a warning on wackos
like him: white supremacists, militias, anti-abortion groups or other
violent far-right groups that have actually killed people. It's the
vicious left-wing flyer brigades that pose the greatest danger.
Of course, we can't say we didn't see this coming.