FLASH! FBI Asks Americans to Inform on Family Members and Friends
What? Can that headline be correct? Regrettably, yes, it’s true!
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is morphing into America’s version of Nazi Germany’s Gestapo.
In a tweet on July 11, the FBI asked Americans to spy on “family members and peers” for signs of “mobilization to violence” and report “suspicious behaviors.”
The reason for denouncing Uncle Harry or Aunt Harriet, let alone mom and dad and one’s brother or sister, is to prevent “extremist activities,” the FBI tweet explained.
So, now the United States really does have a “Big Brother” who is watching our every move, a la “1984.”
It’s called the FBI—Joe Biden’s version of author George Orwell’s “thought police.”
Please don’t take my word for it. Here’s exactly what the FBI said in that tweet:
“Family members and peers are often best positioned to witness signs of mobilization to violence. . . .[and] help prevent homegrown violent extremism. Visit https://go.usa.gov/x6mjf to learn how to spot suspicious behaviors and report them to the #FBI.”
The tweet also included images of “suspicious” individuals accessing computers as well as a link to a government booklet that tells readers how to identify the signs that someone might be considering committing “extremist activities.”
The booklet seems to be telling potential informers to become amateur psychologists with such diagnostic advice as this:
“It is important to consider the totality of circumstances when observing potential indicators, as some factors may increase the risk of extremist violence in a given situation. Some factors include an individual who has an inability to cope with changes or perceived failures in relationships, school, or career.
“A history of violence (e.g., domestic violence or violence toward animals) and unstable mental state; social isolation or inability to join with or relate to others;” and a “possession of, access to, or familiarity with weapons or explosives” should be flagged,” the FBI wrote.
So there you have it, folks. In a previous post, I asked the question: “Are We Nazi Germany?”
[Here is a link that post in case you missed it: https://ronaldyatesbooks.com/2021/06/are-we-nazi-germany/]
I then proceeded to point out the similarities between Nazi Germany and a “woke” America today. I analyzed the Nazi’s use of propaganda, their complete manipulation of all media, the use of thugs to control Germany’s streets, the ban on free speech, the suspension of the public’s right to criticize the government, as well as the arrest and indefinite incarceration of political opponents.
As if those parallels aren’t enough, hundreds of American citizens and protestors who entered the U.S. Capitol building on January 6, 2021, are still being held by the Federal Government in solitary confinement with their habeas corpus rights suspended. Many of these Americans have been behind bars for as long as five and six months without due process and unable to speak to relatives.
Meanwhile, a black Capitol cop who shot and killed an unarmed white U.S. Air force veteran named Ashli Babbitt remains free, unpunished, and protected by the Federal government. The implied connotation of that event is not lost on millions of Americans:
White cop shoots unarmed black man or woman—bad. Black cop shoots unarmed white man or woman—okay.
The Gestapo would likely find it a bit sardonic that a Capitol cop in 2021 America can get away with murder in the same way it once did in 1930s Nazi Germany.
Now we have yet another similarity—the government’s insistence that we spy on and turn in friends and family members who we decide are “acting suspiciously.”
Fortunately, some Congress members have pushed back on this new “snitch and lock up” scheme.
For example, Rep. Dan Bishop (R-Texas) has written: “These people (the FBI and intelligence community) protected Hillary, abused NSA surveillance databases against Americans, used known, unreliable DNC-funded propaganda to spy on Trump, perpetuated the Russia hoax, & lied to the FISC repeatedly. And now they tell you that you should spy on your family.”
“In both Cuba & China, they also ask children to spy on their parents,” added Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas).
Yes, folks, this is where we are today in Joe Biden’s socialist utopia. Our biggest threat is NOT Iran, Russia, or China.
It’s the American people—especially those Americans who supported and voted for Donald Trump in 2016 and 2020.
More specifically, it is white Americans who, if we are to believe Biden and his leftist and socialist cohorts, apparently are all white supremacists, insurrectionists, and domestic terrorists.
This is not my America, or at least not the one I grew up in and which I agreed to defend with my life as a soldier in the United States Army.
This is an unrecognizable, treacherous place where the government in Washington views the 75 million Americans who voted for and who still support Donald Trump as enemies to be stalked and kept under surveillance.
This is a land where crime is rampant, where dangerous criminals are released without bail to murder, rape, and steal at will, where our borders are open to all who want to cross them, where illegal aliens are put up in hotels at the taxpayers’ expense. At the same time, hundreds of thousands of homeless Americans and military veterans sleep on our streets.
It’s a place where our children are being indoctrinated with Marxist Critical Race Theory disguised as “honest history” so they will grow up hating America and believing if they are white, they are oppressors, and if they are black, brown, red, or yellow, they are the oppressed.
This is an America where our mentally challenged, demented occupant of the White House behaves more like “die Führer” than an American president.
And it’s a place where a complicit Democrat party of fulminating socialists encourages Biden’s relentless socialist conquest of America with tacit cries of “Heil Joe!”
What’s next? Concentration camps? Mass graves? Gas chambers?
2 thoughts on “FLASH! FBI Asks Americans to Inform on Family Members and Friends”
The criterion for being flagged as a suspicious character—”… familiarity with weapons or explosives …”—would qualify most members of the local VFW chapter or patients at Veteran’s Hospitals for surveillance. Regarding the ubiquitous surveillance state of 1984, once while wandering around London, looking for Sherlock’s 221B Baker Street address (BTW, it doesn’t exist), I read a plaque on the wall of a building. The sign identified the site as the birthplace of Eric Blair (AKA George Orwell). Right next to the plaque, a CCTV camera was training its beady eye on me. Irony or police joke?
You are right, James. I would be one of the first to be “denounced,” because I have rifles, shotguns, and handguns and I go to a local range to shoot them. Man, am I a raging white supremacist insurrectionist!