Organized gang stalking and the Department of Homeland Security and the Stasi

Homeland Security and the Stasi: One of the great ironies of the Department of Homeland Security claiming that Trump ‘drives’ domestic terror is that the hidden campaigns of personalized and targeted assaults of organized stalking are often the work of this same agency, whether they are feeding data to LEIU’s, or siphoning records from the NSA and feeding them to local law enfarcement. And no one has yet out-done President Obama for the way he used the DHS as his own personal culling tool.
While some speculate that the DHS creates terrorism, others simply claim that because their “investigations” use so many illegal or unethical practices, that they are simply the new version of the East German Stasi.
And, this last claim is partially true, because during the start up of the agency, Markus Wolf-who actually WAS the Stasi-waas said to have consulted with the Bush administration, on everything fromm national ID cards, to detaainment camps to w nation wide snitch culture of chronic and pervasive suspicionless “neighborhood watch” and “community policing” initiatives.

Lipstick on pigs, or pigs in high heels? You can decide for yourself, but since 2004, the total surveillance state is upon us all.

Homeland Security Sees Anger At Trump as a Driver of “Domestic Terrorist Violence”

Photo: Alex Milan Tracy/Sipa USA/AP

In the view of the Department of Homeland Security’s intelligence wing, anger over the election of Donald Trump, reflected in protests across the country, is a driving force in “domestic terrorist violence,” according to an unclassified report obtained by The Intercept.

The conclusions, laid out in a February 21 report prepared by the North Carolina Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ISAAC) and DHS’s Office of Intelligence & Analysis (I&A), come amid a series of controversial post-election efforts by Republican lawmakers to criminalize protest.

Focused on North Carolina, the six-page document “was written in response to a spike in violence and criminal acts — including an arson attack — targeting political party offices and staff that occurred prior to of and immediately following the election” and sets out to provide “an overall threat forecast for the first half of 2017 concerning like activities in the state.”

“In the lead up to and immediately following the 2016 election, North Carolina experienced incidents that included the targeting of political campaign offices and government organizations,” the report notes, which, “highlight their attractiveness as targets for domestic terrorists and various cyber actors seeking to advance political aims and/or influence government operations.”

Based largely on open source reporting and law enforcement assessments, the report focuses on a handful of incidents in late October in which GOP offices were targeted with “low level physical violence,” including with BB guns and, in the most serious incident, Molotov cocktails. Though property was damaged in the latter incident, nobody was injured. The report notes that the words “Nazi Republicans leave town or else,” were spray painted on a building adjacent to the burned GOP office — the report does not mention the “Black Lives Don’t Matter and Neither Does Your Votes” graffiti that appeared on a wall in Durham, North Carolina weeks later, however, nor the Democratic office in Carrboro, North Carolina that was tagged with the words “Death to Capitalism.”

Regardless of your personal politics, left right or center, one thing is certain: when some ask “where do the gang stalkers get the money” to wage personalized domestic terror campaigns,  the answer is black budget’s and massive security theater fraud upon the tax payers.

 

The DHS isn’t alone of course, as America becomes Nazified by Anti-Defamation League sponsored trips to “Greater Israel” where American SWAT teams are trained in the fine art of murdering mentally ill people, and as all agencies are in on this “Operation Take Down America.”

Edaward Snowden revealed some of the scope and breadth of this foreign sponsored army that sits in American police frces, and the military, but also

The FBI for instance, according to John Whitehead, has long been a secret police force, cuckolded by international finance, and willing at all turns to burn the Constitution:

America’s Gestapo: The FBI’s Reign of Terror

By John W. Whitehead
March 14, 2016

We want no Gestapo or secret police. The FBI is tending in that direction. They are dabbling in sex-life scandals and plain blackmail. J. Edgar Hoover would give his right eye to take over, and all congressmen and senators are afraid of him.”—President Harry S. Truman

Don’t Be a Puppet” is the message the FBI is sending young Americans.

As part of the government’s so-called ongoing war on terror, the nation’s de facto secret police force is now recruiting students and teachers to spy on each other and report anyone who appears to have the potential to be “anti-government” or “extremist.”

Using the terms “anti-government,” “extremist” and “terrorist” interchangeably, the government continues to add to its growing list of characteristics that could distinguish an individual as a potential domestic terrorist.”

Of course, if the devil is in the details, then surely he has a lot of office workers and little demons to help him with all of that. And because the DHS, FBI, and other LEO’s cannot legally risk their funding to subvert the law (think illegal wiretaps that happen BEFORE the NSA even  gets a whack at the phone call, or black bag jobs and yes-wat is called gas-lighting and OGS as well) the Devil’s lil’ helper is called the  Law Enforcement Intelligence Units that work outside the law and do the dirt (think ‘anonymous tips’ to legitimate LEO’s).

LEIU’s are America’s deep state dossier’ racketeers, who also concurrently draw salaries and retirement across state and federal jurisdictions, and work within law enforcement exfiltating data and compiling dossier’s on everything from petty grudges, to political targets, activists and others who do not comply with deep state agenda’s, and often these work cases that they themselves created from whole cloth, and that, well into retirement.

Put another way, LEIU’s are where the cesspool where  law enforcement criminals all float together sharing data that the obtained illegally. America’s Secret Police [ link to .pdf file on LEIU crimes and subversions, circa 1979]: How LEIU’s have long subverted the letter and the Spirit of the law; or-how the law works outside the law, to create crime and convictions.

From Project Censored-here is the top censored story of 1978, and certainly today as well:

The Law Enforcement Intelligence Unit (LEIU) was one of the top ten “censored” stories of 1978; at the time we described it as follows:

“In contrast to the CIA and FBI, the LEIU is a little known organization; in fact, almost no one has ever heard of it. But its power is considerable and its potential threat to our freedom is enormous.

“The LEIU links the intelligence squads of almost every major police force in the United States and Canada. Although its members are sworn police officers who work for state and city governments, it is a private club, not answerable to voters, taxpayers, or elected officials. It cuts across the lines of authority of local government, for its members hold certain allegiances to the LEIU that cannot be countermanded by a mayor, county manager, or even a state governor.

“The LEIU is a private club and therefore not subject to freedom-­of-information laws. Thus, the LEIU’s files are even more secret than those of the CIA or FBI.”

Ten years later, we find that the LEIU is alive and well and more powerful than ever. It also is still virtually unknown.

In June, 1988, The Los Angeles Times reported that the LEIU was considering suspension or even termination of the Los Angeles Police Department’s membership because two of its police detectives from an organized crime unit allegedly leaked confidential information from LEIU files.

Richard Bacon, LEIU chairman and head of the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, said “Anytime you have a problem in intelligence, it’s a concern to the rest of our membership.”

A police intelligence supervisor on the East Coast who asked not to be identified added that “We have to assess how deep it goes. … It could have jeopardized entire investigations.”

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