PSA’s encouraging Americans to report on each other coincide with dubious terror alert
Paul Joseph Watson
Friday, September 9, 2011
A Department of Homeland Security PSA now airing on cable news networks depicts yet another white, middle class American as the most likely terrorist, continuing a clear trend of Big Sis characterizing her primary political opposition as domestic extremists and coinciding with a dubious terror alert.
The video shows a well-dressed white man leaving a bag on a train before exiting onto the platform. The PSA is part of the “See Something, Say Something” campaign which encourages people to report “suspicious activity,” and yet the only people seen engaging in suspicious activity in the vast majority of scenarios put to film by the DHS have been well-dressed, white American citizens.
Although produced back in April, the PSA is now airing on cable news networks and other platforms to coincide with the tenth anniversary of 9/11.
As we have documented at length, the Department of Homeland Security has produced a series of PSA’s which deliberately portray white middle class Americans as the most likely terrorists. Although the federal agency later denied the clips had any racial overtones, in one such PSA, in 12 out of 15 of the scenarios depicted, the suspects are white. In addition, of the people depicted as patriotic Americans for reporting the terrorists, only one of them is white, while seven are from minorities.
The Southern Poverty Law Center, which is tied at the hip with Homeland Security, later admitted that the DHS videos featured, “mostly white “terrorists,” while the actors portraying citizens who report their suspicious activities are all minorities,” yet labeled Alex Jones paranoid for pointing out the disconnect between Big Sis homing in on whites as the big terror threat despite the fact that in 2009 and 2010, of the 126 people who were indicted on terrorist-related charges in the United States, all of them were Muslim.
According to the SPLC, it is not Homeland Security, but Alex Jones who has “crossed the Rubicon of race,” for believing the “conspiracy theory” that the feds think “whites are the new Al Qaeda,” even as Homeland Security itself produces video after video portraying whites as the most likely terrorists.
The controversy even prompted television star and conservative political icon Chuck Norris to warn that the federal government had changed its, “strategy from catching foreign terrorists to targeting white middle-class Americans who are against big government as terrorists.”
Norris said the PSA’s were part of the Obama administration’s political move to demonize “tea partyers, anti-Fed activists and even veterans,” as dangerous domestic radicals.
In highlighting the DHS’ obvious efforts to deliberately portray white people as the most likely terrorists, whether for political correctness or as part of a demonization agenda, those merely bringing attention to the issue have been accused of racism, when in reality the federal government is the only entity deliberately fostering racism by repeatedly portraying white middle class Americans as terrorists.
The PSA’s are now receiving widespread airplay on cable news networks over the tenth anniversary week of 9/11, coinciding with a dubious warning put out by the DHS that terrorists could be planning to blow up bridges or tunnels in New York, alerts that have routinely proven to be hyped, flimsy and outright manufactured in the past.
Watch the other Department of Homeland Security PSA’s below.
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 regular fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show.
This article was posted: Friday, September 9, 2011 at 1:02 pm