“Your Security” has been one of the big headline issues promoted by HOGWASHINGTON since 9-11-2001 and each year following, the push for your “Security Mind Set” has become louder and stronger.
Who could be against Homeland Security? The name was well-chosen for its’ unimpeachable implication of your need to feel safe. Fear of harm is a powerful emotion. We favor and support the Police because they make it “safer” for us to go about our daily lives and by extension we would favor Homeland Security. Combine “Security with “Homeland” and you have an emotional winner from which can be hung anything else that you chose. That “else” can be good or bad but the fact is, everyone will support it because the big assumption and implication is “the safety of something or someone we love is in the balance”. No one will ever look behind the curtain. This has become a useful form of brainwashing the masses and a springboard for propaganda. Think of Hitler and the Fatherland.
When you think of the FBI what comes to your mind, agents scurrying about hard at work searching the country for bad guys, doing the yeomen’s work of keeping the Country safe? We trust the FBI just like a family member.
Now, if you exploited someone’s trust for nefarious reasons you would be called a con man. You would be guilty of duping, swindling, or persuading by deception. A good con job has a lot to do with perceived intent. If someone thinks the intent is good they want to believe it. The name Homeland Security has built-in acceptance by treading on perceived good intent.
This is the deception that Homeland Security is.
In the name of Homeland Security you have been labeled an extremist and by extension a “possible terrorist. Behind the curtain there is an organization called The Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute. (DEOMI) is a U.S. Department of Defense joint services school located at Patrick Air Force Base, Florida. This is where Military and Police organizations from around the County are taught as part of Homeland Security training.
Some of this training consists of teaching students to be able to recognize potential terrorists by their “extreme” behavior.
(U//FOUO) This product is one of a series of intelligence assessments published by the Extremism and Radicalization Branch to facilitate a greater understanding of the phenomenon of violent radicalization in the United States. The information is provided to federal, state, local, and tribal counterterrorism and law enforcement officials so they may effectively deter, prevent, preempt, or respond to terrorist attacks against the United States. Federal efforts to influence domestic public opinion must be conducted in an overt and transparent manner, clearly identifying United States Government sponsorship
DEOMI EOAC STUDENT GUIDE 366 Tuskegee Airmen Dr. January 2013Patrick AFB, FL 32925EOAC – 3150EXTREMISMFOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY DO NOT USE ON THE JOB
This lesson will focus on awareness and current issues requiring the attention of future Equal Opportunity Advisors. It will also provide information that describes sources of extremism information, definitions, recruitment of DoD personnel, common themes in extremist ideologies, common characteristics of extremist organizations, DoD policies, and command functions regarding extremist activities.
Nowadays, instead of dressing in sheets or publicly espousing hate messages, many extremists will talk of individual liberties, states’ rights, and how to make the world a better place
The standard hate message has not changed, but it has been packaged differently. Modern extremist groups run the gamut from the politically astute and subtle to the openly violent. Emphasis on emotional responses, less so on reasoning and logical analysis
Extremists have an unspoken reverence for propaganda, which they may call education or consciousness-raising. Symbolism plays an exaggerated role in their thinking, and they tend to think imprecisely and metaphorically. Effective extremists tend to be effective propagandists. Propaganda differs from education in that the former teaches one what to think, and the latter teaches one how to think clearly.