American Horror Story: Schools, Banks and Corporations Decide Who’s a Terrorist

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Imagine speaking out against the government and being labeled a terrorist. Imagine speaking out against police abuse and being labeled a terrorist. Imagine speaking out against corporate monopolies and being labeled a terrorist.You can stop imagining it’s already happening.According to a recent article in the VV Daily Press, law enforcement, first responders, banks and schools are labeling people terrorists.

“San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Detective Heather Forsythe, with the department’s Criminal Intelligence Division, said Tuesday that public safety agencies and private sector personnel, such as in education and banking, meet monthly to network, “compare notes” and essentially engage in ever-important information sharing.”

The Terrorism Early Warning Group, (TEWG) is made up of 19,000 sheriffs and law enforcement agencies and thousands of private sector personnel, like those in education and banking. (click here to learn more about TEWG.)

Corrupt Sheriff Leroy Baca referred to the TEWG as “Public Trust Spying Policing.” Fyi, Baca was recently sentenced for accepting a bribe and trying to thwart an FBI investigation.
How widespread is TEWG? A Google search for “Terrorism Early Warning Group” returned 4.5 million hits.

The Banking Secrecy Act otherwise known as ‘Suspicious Activity Reporting’ allows banks to secretly spy on customers.

A 2010 TEWG report explains how private corporations work with law enforcement to decide who’s a terrorist.
 
In other words, doctors, schools, banks, private corporations, law enforcement, firefighters and government agencies all get together and decide who should be labeled an American terrorist.
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Citizens encouraged to spy on neighbors and report “petty” things
Law enforcement encourages private citizens to call them about “petty” things their neighbors are doing.
The VV Daily Press article goes on to encourage businesses and citizens to spy on their neighbors using WeTip.com.

Allowing corporations, bankers, schools etc., to decide who’s a terrorist is beyond absurd, it’s frightening!

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