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72 Reasons You Are Considered to Be A Likely Terrorist For:

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Below is a list of 72 types of Americans that are considered to be “extremists” and “potential terrorists” in official U.S. government documents. 

1. “Those that talk about “individual liberties”
2. “Those that advocate for states’ rights
3. “Those that want “to make the world a better place”
4. “The colonists who sought to free themselves from British rule”
5. Those that are interested in “defeating the Communists”
6. Those that believe “that the interests of one’s own nation are separate from the interests of other nations or the common interest of all nations”
7. “Anyone that holds a “political ideology that considers the state to be unnecessary, harmful,or undesirable”
8. “Anyone that possesses an “intolerance toward other religions”
9. “Those that “take action to fight against the exploitation of the environment and/or animals”

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10. “Anti-Gay”
11. “Anti-Immigrant”
12. “Anti-Muslim”
13. “The Patriot Movement”
14. “Opposition to equal rights for gays and lesbians”
15. Members of the Family Research Council
16. Members of the American Family Association
17. Those that believe that Mexico, Canada and the United States “are secretly planning to merge into a European Union-like entity that will be known as the ‘North American Union”
18. Members of the American Border Patrol/American Patrol
19. Members of the Federation for American Immigration Reform
20. Members of the Tennessee Freedom Coalition
21. Members of the Christian Action Network
22. Anyone that is “opposed to the New World Order”
23. Anyone that is engaged in “conspiracy theorizing”
24. Anyone that is opposed to Agenda 21
25. Anyone that is concerned about FEMA camps
26. Anyone that “fears impending gun control or weapons confiscations”
27. The militia movement
28. The sovereign citizen movement
29. Those that “don’t think they should have to pay taxes”
30. Anyone that “complains about bias”
31. Anyone that “believes in government conspiracies to the point of paranoia”
32. Anyone that “is frustrated with mainstream ideologies”
33. Anyone that “visits extremist websites/blogs” 
34. Anyone that “establishes website/blog to display extremist views”
35. Anyone that “attends rallies for extremist causes”
36. Anyone that “exhibits extreme religious intolerance”
37. Anyone that “is personally connected with a grievance”
38. Anyone that “suddenly acquires weapons”
39. Anyone that “organizes protests inspired by extremist ideology”
40. “Militia or unorganized militia”
41. “General right-wing extremist”
42. Citizens that have “bumper stickers” that are patriotic or anti-U.N.
43. Those that refer to an “Army of God”
44. Those that are “fiercely nationalistic (as opposed to universal and international in orientation)”
45. Those that are “anti-global”
46. Those that are “suspicious of centralized federal authority”
47. Those that are “reverent of individual liberty”
48. Those that “believe in conspiracy theories”
49. Those that have “a belief that one’s personal and/or national ‘way of life’ is under attack”
50. Those that possess “a belief in the need to be prepared for an attack either by participating in paramilitary preparations and training or survivalism”
51. Those that would “impose strict religious tenets or laws on society (fundamentalists)”
52. Those that would “insert religion into the political sphere”
53. Anyone that would “seek to politicize religion”
54. Those that have “supported political movements for autonomy”
55. Anyone that is “anti-abortion”
56. Anyone that is “anti-Catholic”
57. Anyone that is “anti-nuclear”
58. “Rightwing extremists”
59. “Returning veterans”
60. Those concerned about “illegal immigration”
61. Those that “believe in the right to bear arms”
62. Anyone that is engaged in “ammunition stockpiling”
63. Anyone that exhibits “fear of Communist regimes”
64. “Anti-abortion activists”
65. Those that are against illegal immigration
66. Those that talk about “the New World Order” in a “derogatory” manner
67. Those that have a negative view of the United Nations
68. Those that are opposed “to the collection of federal income taxes”
69. Those that supported former presidential candidates Ron Paul, Chuck Baldwin and Bob Barr
70. Those that display the Gadsden Flag (“Don’t Tread On Me”)
71. Those that believe in “end times” prophecies
72. Evangelical Christians

2 replies on “72 Reasons You Are Considered to Be A Likely Terrorist For:”

Like Jeremiah, gave “terrorist threats “ and was abused, jailed, tortured, oops, guess WHAT Zedekiah, Jeremiah warned you, but you disrespect the Lord’s Prophet, and so Zedekiah you get to witness your sons killed as the last vision before your eyes put out and yourself transported in chains to Babylon. So we will have satanic gangs
of “law officers” running around in modern “Babylon” until they are conquered by—oops!—the Persians!
Anyone for real-life Prophecy coming to your hometown theater?

How appropriate!
Chat says
his blog comment seems to draw parallels between events in the Old Testament, specifically from the book of Jeremiah, and contemporary society. Let’s break it down:

Jeremiah and Zedekiah: In the Bible, Jeremiah was a prophet who warned the ancient Israelites, including King Zedekiah, of impending doom due to their disobedience to God. Zedekiah disregarded Jeremiah’s warnings, leading to the fall of Jerusalem and the Babylonian exile.

“Terrorist threats”: This could be a metaphorical reference to warnings or signs of societal decay or impending disaster.

Abuse, jail, and torture: These are likely metaphorical references to societal oppression or punishment for those who speak out against perceived injustices.

Modern Babylon: Babylon in the Old Testament is often used as a symbol of sin and corruption. In this context, “modern Babylon” likely refers to contemporary society, particularly one marked by moral decay or societal upheaval.

Satanic gangs of “law officers”: This phrase seems to criticize or warn against corrupt or oppressive law enforcement agencies, perhaps suggesting that they operate in a manner contrary to justice and righteousness.

Conquered by the Persians: In the historical context, Babylon was conquered by the Persian Empire. This could be a metaphorical reference to the eventual downfall or overthrow of oppressive systems by forces of change or justice.

Overall, the comment seems to be using biblical imagery and language to comment on contemporary societal issues, warning against oppression, corruption, and disobedience to moral principles.

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