Radio host warns that tattle-tale program is about identifying ‘blonde haired, blue eyed’ Americans as domestic terrorists
Paul Joseph Watson
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Popular talk show host Michael Savage reacted with fury to yesterday’s announcement by Homeland Security that Big Sis would be encouraging Americans to spy on each other at Wal-Mart stores, slamming Janet Napolitano as a lunatic who belongs in an asylum and warning that the program was about identifying ‘blonde haired, blue eyed’ Americans as domestic terrorists.
The DHS has announced that video messages featuring Napolitano will play to Wal-Mart shoppers at checkouts, as well as in hotels and other public venues, which encourage Americans to “report suspicious activity,” in a chilling throwback to the East German Stasi or George Orwell’s 1984.
Savage joked that people would call Homeland Security to report cans of peaches that were upside down, dogs that were running down the aisle, and toys that were missing and may have been stolen by terrorists, similar to the numerous examples over the past several years of people calling 911 to report banal things like McDonalds restaurants running out of Chicken McNuggets.
On a more serious note, the Talk Radio Network host pointed out that people with “blonde hair and blue eyes” will be the primary targets of the “see something, say something” program, a reference to the MIAC report and numerous other federal government advisories that identify politically active and patriotic Americans as the main domestic terror threat.
“If you see somebody with a cross walking down the aisle, who believes in God and carries a flag, call Janet Napolitano,” remarked Savage.
(ARTICLE CONTINUES BELOW)
“What the hell is she talking about, this lunatic,” Savage screamed, “She belongs in a damn asylum!” as he likened America to “a ship that’s going down” while calling for Napolitano to resign.
“I could never believe a nation could go so upside down so fast,” lamented Savage, labeling Napolitano an “Unknown college teacher of Marxist persuasion foisted upon us by George Soros,” and pointing out that she wasn’t so concerned about “security” when she left the door wide open for illegal immigrants to flood into Arizona when she was governor of the state.
“Have you ever felt less secure because we have more lunatics running higher things than ever?,” asked Savage.
The Savage Nation gets around 10 million listeners a week, making Savage’s show the third most widely heard broadcast in America.
Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show. Watson has been interviewed by many publications and radio shows, including Vanity Fair and Coast to Coast AM, America’s most listened to late night talk show.
This article was posted: Tuesday, December 7, 2010 at 11:18 am