Americans are Prodded to “Be the Resistance” against the DHS’ Move “If you see something, say something” Initiative

By on Jan 23, 2011 in Current Events, Opinion, United States, World Comments

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The “V for Victory Campaign” is now being spread online by a concerned group prodding Americans to “be the resistance” against the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)If you see something, say something” initiative. This campaign was launched January 21, 2011 and was disclosed by International sites on the same date.

According to this group of activists, the DHS is feeding Americans an idea of a common enemy, similar to that of Nazi Germany where people were encouraged “to turn on each other.”

They believe that the dynamic technology available nowadays could create this state of fear and terror through the Internet and several media. The fear seeps unknowingly into each household and fulfills silently the objective of the DHS.

On the other hand, DHS‘  said that “Homeland security starts with hometown security, and each of us plays a critical role in keeping our country and communities safe.”

The TSA airport scanners, satellites, and the other state of the art equipment that invade privacy are fears of the “V for Victory” group, among many others. Infowars.com has an essential role in launching the campaign online.

The DHS however, said that the V for Victory Campaign movement is “skirting the fringe of internal terrorism.”

But Americans may want to spend time thinking about the essential points raised by the “V for Victory Campaign.



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