Counter Terrorism Units And Fusion Centers Targeting Innocents

Posted: May 3, 2015 in Politics

RT’s Senior Political correspondent Anissa Naouai discusses with Adam Johnson, contributor for Alternet, how Counter Terrorism Units and Fusion centers are targeting innocents. The police state is targeting dissidents to quell dissent says Adam.

Fusion centers are now the defacto 21st century version of COINTELPRO on steroids. These terrorism powers are being used to target regular crime as well. They serve as hubs to gangstalk and carry out illegal surveillance.

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  1. Reblogged this on The Most Revolutionary Act and commented:

    Growing evidence that dissidents and protestors are the real target of counter terrorism units and “Fusion Centers.” Of course, we’ve known that all along – since the whole threat of domestic terrorism was intended to turn us into terrified, compliant sheep.

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    • onnovocks says:

      After 9-11 things went into over drive it seems, not only was there a notable increase in police presence, at least where I lived, but also the nature of policing seemed to take on a different more aggressive character. It also occurred to me that since the military can not legally be used against the U.S. population, the answer was simple, militarize the police. They now have full military gear, we’re looking at soldiers with tanks, flack jackets, and machine guns, not cops, even if that’s what they are officially called.

      The previous is completely based on my personal observations of course, and in no way reflects reality, LOL, 😉

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