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Top 10 Things You Can Do to Make America More Secure
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5 THINGS YOU CAN DO TO MAKE AMERICA MORE SECURE
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version of the brochure)
Remain courteous and quiet when you are in the presence of government
officials. Do not object or resist if:
- You or those you know are stopped, questioned, , registered,
rounded up, or detained by Federal agents, particularly if you are an
- Your e-mail, internet use, library, bank, credit-card and
shopping activity are monitored by the US Government as part of
the "Total Information Awareness Program."
- You are subjected to special surveillance, refused flights at
airports, or have your home searched by Government agents because you
have used your civil rights our spoken out..
2. Support the War
As you go about your peaceful daily lives, your government in your name
is at war with invisible enemies
who have unimaginable power and skill to attack us at any time. These
implacable enemies are intimidated by the mass flying of flags and are
known to cower in the face of yellow ribbons, so do your part! The last
time the stock market fell for three consecutive years was 1939-40-41,
three miserable years that were finally reversed when the Japanese
attacked and we had an undisputable reason to enter World War II. This
time the market has tanked and we need a new war to save business from
itself. Thanks to 9/11 we have it.
Beware of subversive
rhetoric denying that war is peace. It unifies our people in a
common cause and rescues insolvent, speculative capital from the abyss
of bankruptcy. The military-industrial complex has made America
great, and we owe it our lives, literally!
American Oil Interests
Oil is life, and
don't you forget it! Without oil you would sit at home in the dark-no
TV, no prepared foods, hungry and bored. The oil industry gives us the
chemicals we drink and the particulates we breathe. It is the lifeblood
of the corporate globalized economy that keeps us racing to the bottom,
while profit flows up. Our health industry, a vital source of
employment, would lose half its jobs were it not for the steady supply
of illness and injury that oil makes possible. We must gain complete control of the
world's oil supplies, and defend the energy companies that make
our way of life possible. Anything less is un-American!
4. Work Harder and
America is the best of all possible worlds. Each of us is completely free to take any job we want and to buy anything we want. There are no consequences for Americans, we
answer to no one. If we want something, we buy it, no questions asked.
If our managers tell us to do something at work, we do it with a smile,
because our company knows best. If they didn't, would they be making
money? And if we didn't, would we still have a job?
We've worked hard for our hulking SUVs, monster homes, pesticide-based
industrial agriculture and electronic gadgets. Anyone who questions any
of this is just jealous, and probably trying to steal it from us. It's
ours and we'll fight like to hell to keep it!
5. Remember, There is No
The practical living alternatives advocated and practiced by local
communities and grassroots social movements across the globe are simply
There is no alternative to
global corporate capitalism! Beware of rhetoric denouncing
corporate and religious fundamentalism, what social justice activists
have the nerve to characterize as "two anti-democratic systems that need
each other to justify their power, terror and misery."
Remain vigilant! Be proud!
Ignore your imagination, ignore your desires, and report any unseemly
activity to the Homeland Security Office nearest you!
Do Not Dissent
So called “social justice” advocates may attempt to spread the
following dangerous ideas. Do not attempt to spread or promote dangerous
political agendas such as:
- Direct Democracy:
We can make the decisions ourselves about the things that matter in our
lives, our neighborhoods, at work and in the world. Get involved
in directly democratic local community and social change groups.
- Direct Action: Taking
action to assert our right to be involved in the things that matter.
This tradition is an essential part of every effective movement to make
things better: sit-ins, occupations, strikes, walkouts, blockades, etc.
- Solidarity: We
the people-- all over the world-- have more in common with each other
that with politicians and corporations and systems that keep us down and
- Affinity groups: a
small (5-15) group of friends, neighbors, coworkers or schoolmates who
takes action in their community: education, street theater, public
events, talking to others in your community, taking direct action…
Do not attempt to join
or associate with groups that promote a subversive agenda of so-called
“civil liberties”, “peace”, “energy independence”, “anti-capitalism”, or
“alternative lifestyles.” A list of some groups to avoid can be found
on this website, but you can help by finding more on your own and
reporting them to your neighbors immediately.
"... History has called our empire into action. History has placed a
great challenge before us: Will America -- with our unique position and
power -- blink in the face of history, or will we lead to a freer, more
civilized world? There's only one answer: This great empire will lead
the world to safety, security, peace and freedom. May God bless
-President George w. Bush
"Terrorism must be
The Homeland Security Advisory System is a means to dissimulate
information regarding the risk of terrorist acts by federal, state, and
local authorities against the American people.
Oblivious = Green
Prozak-ed = Blue
Elevated = Yellow
Paranoid = Orange
Terrified = Red