Assassinations on U.S. Soil Not Ruled Out by FBI


Sparrow
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Groundwork is currently being laid to justify the assassination of political dissidents in the United States, evidenced by FBI Director Robert Mueller’s recent congressional testimony where he implied that the FBI is now authorized to murder American citizens in the United States without trial if the president or another official in D.C. believes they pose a threat to national security.

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These claims of the power to murder Americans follow the recently passed legislation authorizing federal agents to kidnap and imprison Americans without due process of law under the so-called National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).

Assassinations on U.S. Soil Not Ruled Out by FBI | American Free Press (external - login to view)


A little extra to go with the Florida "Stand you ground"
 
taxslave
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Are we to assume that you have a problem with this?
Do you think that a terrorist has as much right to live as a school full of children?
 
gerryh
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Quote: Originally Posted by taxslaveView Post

Are we to assume that you have a problem with this?
Do you think that a terrorist has as much right to live as a school full of children?


Yes.
 
JLM
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Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

Yes.

We have to agree to disagree on this one Ger, terrorists by their actions have given up all rights in my mind.
 
taxslave
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Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

Yes.

Better hope it is never an either/or situation and you get to decide who lives. A school full of innocent kids or a terrorist that wants to murder them to get his 15 minutes of fame.
 
gerryh
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I see, so you agree then with this new laws potential. No need to arrest and prove these terrorists. Just accuse and kill.
 
petros
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So where the Hell are all these alleged terrorists that I've been giving up my money, privacy and mobilty to curtail?
 
JLM
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Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

I see, so you agree then with this new laws potential. No need to arrest and prove these terrorists. Just accuse and kill.

You bet, if I was confronted with a situation where the kids were even at a 1% risk, and I had the ability to do it I'd blow those suckers away - after giving them about 2 seconds to scram post haste.
 
gopher
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Anybody remember Kent State?
 
petros
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B00Mer
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Quote: Originally Posted by taxslaveView Post

are we to assume that you have a problem with this?
Do you think that a terrorist has as much right to live as a school full of children?

hell no!!

Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

We have to agree to disagree on this one Ger, terrorists by their actions have given up all rights in my mind.

Now there is a scary place..
 
Cannuck
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A Justice Department spokesman then elaborated, stating that an American can be assassinated if the following conditions are met: A person poses a “threat” to national security, broadly defined to include most forms of dissent against the social-democratic system; capture is not feasible, in the opinion of the killers; and the killing adheres to the “laws of war.” Of course, the laws of war prohibit the murder of innocent civilians who have not taken up arms against a government and have merely spoken against that government

I think that is the key phrase. Currently, any cop can shoot and kill somebody that is a "threat" and can not be captured. I do find it hard to imagine a situation where capture isn't feasible...I mean we are talking US soil.
 
WLDB
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This is a very dangerous thing they're doing. The government killing its own citizens without a trial. Insane. Being killed while resisting arrest is one thing, but a targeted assassination is pretty crazy.
 
petros
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It's the working of the Illumminutsy and the No World Order. Nuckin' futs!
 
Cannuck
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Quote: Originally Posted by WLDBView Post

This is a very dangerous thing they're doing. The government killing its own citizens without a trial. Insane. Being killed while resisting arrest is one thing, but a targeted assassination is pretty crazy.

But isn't that really what they are talking about. As I said, I'm having a hell of a time trying to think of a scenario when capture isn't feasible.
 
petros
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Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

But isn't that really what they are talking about. As I said, I'm having a hell of a time trying to think of a scenario when capture isn't feasible.

Will they use 1000lb bombs in crowded public venues like in A-Stan where they've practised the technique?
 
Cannuck
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Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

When they are shooting back?

I wouldn't call that an assassination, would you?
 
petros
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I scratched that.
 
Cannuck
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Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

I scratched that.

I see that. I doubt they would use 1000lb bombs on US soil.
 
petros
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2000 it is.
 
damngrumpy
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I have a friend who is an airline pilot for a major airline and he just chuckles when you
mention all the security measures. He pointed out we have spent billions and never
once caught a terrorist.
This law is for the purposes of making people feel good it has no practical application.
I would say shoot a terrorist who is going to kill children except at what point to we
determine someone is in fact a terrorist? We have a dead kid in Florida because a
citizen patrol person thought he looked suspicious. If there was a fight I believe that
Zimmerman provoked it. he had no idea if the kid was a threat, turns out he was
talking to his girlfriend on the phone.
Same goes for a suspected terrorist. The problem is we are seeing more and more
laws encouraging people to be afraid of one another and that is not a good sign it means
the fabric of society is exceedingly thin. Who is a terrorist? a brown person, or black
or oriental? There are some pretty scary white dudes out there running around with guns.
Remember Timothy McVeigh no one suspected he was a terrorist.
We saw what happened when we put tasers in police hands now we want to give them the
power to shoot someone because the suspect he or she is going to commit a crime, no
one sees a problem with that?
 
Spade
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Remember when the enemy was socialism? Oh, for the good old days!


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Cliffy
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And is there a law that protects citizens of other lands from government sanctioned terrorism? A million plus dead in Iraq because of foreign intervention. Who the Fnck are the terrorists again?
 
damngrumpy
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Interesting point Cliffy but then again Bush wanted revenge and what George wants
George gets.
Remember also that America was one of the first nations to demand that war criminals
be punished by international courts. WWII prime example. The problem is that America
does not recognize those courts when it comes to American offenders.
terrorism is in the eyes of he beholder as well. our freedom fighters are their terrorists
and vice verse.
 
Sparrow
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I really don't think that this law will make anyone feel safer. Imagine if they don't like you face, color or how you dress and act could make you a target. Also if they do kill someone you can be sure you will never know if they were innocent or guilty.
 
Cliffy
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Quote: Originally Posted by SparrowView Post

I really don't think that this law will make anyone feel safer. Imagine if they don't like you face, color or how you dress and act could make you a target. Also if they do kill someone you can be sure you will never know if they were innocent or guilty.

They already do that, you just don't hear about it but people "disappear" or are "suicided" all the time.
 
WLDB
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Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

But isn't that really what they are talking about. As I said, I'm having a hell of a time trying to think of a scenario when capture isn't feasible.

Yes, so why make this law at all when its already legal for cops to kill if they have to?

This is way too much power to put in government hands.
 
gopher
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Quote: Originally Posted by WLDBView Post

This is a very dangerous thing they're doing. The government killing its own citizens without a trial. Insane. Being killed while resisting arrest is one thing, but a targeted assassination is pretty crazy.

George Clinton, Fred Hampton, Carlos Soto Arrivi, Arnaldo Dario Rosado, Angel Rodriguez Cristobal are examples of dissidents killed by the government via targeted assassinations over the years. Many more were killed in Pine Ridge, South Dakota. Right wingers never had any difficulty with the government doing that and, in fact, used to applaud J Edgar Hoover with much fervency and fanfare.
 
Cliffy
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Quote: Originally Posted by gopherView Post

George Clinton, Fred Hampton, Carlos Soto Arrivi, Arnaldo Dario Rosado, Angel Rodriguez Cristobal are examples of dissidents killed by the government via targeted assassinations over the years. Many more were killed in Pine Ridge, South Dakota. Right wingers never had any difficulty with the government doing that and, in fact, used to applaud J Edgar Hoover with much fervency and fanfare.

And Leonard Peltiere is still in jail after 40+ years for something he didn't do.
 
WLDB
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Quote: Originally Posted by gopherView Post

Right wingers never had any difficulty with the government doing that and, in fact, used to applaud J Edgar Hoover with much fervency and fanfare.

I'd like to think that such a man could not get the power he had in todays world. Probably could though.
 

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