I am a Domestic Terrorist – According to the US Gov’t

The following is a list of behaviors, actions or interests that the federal government, via centralized threat fusion centers that collate such information, considers to be potential signs of terrorism under the MIAC Report.

– Displaying bumper stickers and other paraphernalia associated with the Constitutional, Campaign for Liberty, and Libertarian parties

– Supporting Congressman Ron Paul

– Supporting former presidential candidate Chuck Baldwin

– Supporting former Congressman Bob Barr

– Opposing the implementation of a North American Union

– Owning gold bullion

– Displaying historical U.S. flags

– Opposing abortion

– Talking about the documentary Zeitgeist

According to an earlier document issued by the Joint Terrorism Task Force (page 1 – page 2), the following behaviors, actions or interests are also signs of terrorism.

– Being interested in animal rights

– Being a “lone individual”

– Making numerous references to the U.S. Constitution

– Defending the U.S. Constitution

– Claiming driving is a right, not a privilege

– Refusing to identify yourself to an authority figure

– Attempting to monitor the actions of police

via You Are A Terrorist.