In watching the local propaganda, the reporters cited the SPLC announcement that the number of militia and hate groups is up since the Obama regime took office. The press said that the number of such groups doubled, although the actual number cited by the SPLC (Southern Poverty Law Center) is only 100. The SPLC would have one believe that hate is increasing. Has the public considered some alternate explanations? Has it occurred to them that perhaps the SPLC is becoming more aggressive in labeling groups? Perhaps the people do not trust the government who lies to them (about health care, criminal immigration, etc.) on a routine basis. Perhaps they see how this same government delays in the investigation of the Ft. Hood murders where people died, yet spares no expense or wastes no time to crack down on a Christian militia group that made some threatening comments. To make matters worse, the head of the regime is the one who has ordered Congress to delay any investigation the Fort Hood massacre.
Consider how the persons taken into custody in Arlington, Texas in February. The person of interest had sniper and explosives along with actual explosive devises. Although the Ft. Worth Police detonated four charges carried by the suspect (who had been under surveillance by the government), they were not considered WMD (Weapons of Mass Destruction),. The Arlington suspect had also also been involved in an incident concerning Love Field, and a previous threat involving a grenade. Contrast this with the Michigan incident, the man was convicted of a WMD. The FBI spokesperson said the incident “is an example of radical and extremist fringe groups which can be found throughout our society. The FBI takes such extremist groups seriously, especially those who would target innocent citizens and the law enforcement officers who protect the citizens of the United States.” The statement becomes comedy in the light of the Ft. Hood incident and the Arlington episode, since those involved had extensive histories of activities and questionable associations. They had documented episodes of threats, yet their stories are minimised, while the Michigan group is given negative press and maximum charges even though they did less than those involved in the Texas incidents.
Is it any wonder that many do not trust the government to do what is right. Those with common sense know that wickedness abounds when justice is slow to act. The intentional delay of investigation is wickedness. The double standard in responding to threats is deplorable.
Texas and Southern families are at risk with such double standards and intentional delays. How many more Texans must die due to ineptitude and intentional duplicity in such matters?
Liberty for Texas and the South!
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