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New Obama Law Will Jail 500,000 Americans

Foreign Ministry reports circulating in the Kremlin today are warning that an already explosive situation in the United States is about to get a whole lot worse as a new law put forth by President Obama is said capable of seeing up to 500,000 American citizens jailed for the crime of opposing their government

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Comment by Concerned Patriot
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The CONstitution and the second amendment  are for commies and people who hate America

                                     - on the Constitution

Comment by Anonymous
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 This is why we have the 2nd Amendment.

Comment by Ross Wolf
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Has Obama Targeted You For Arrest/Reintroducing The 2007 Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act?

Recently it was reported the Kremlin is circulating information that concerns President Obama supporting the reintroduction of Rep. Jane Harman's failed 2007 "Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act."

“The Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act” defined lawful "planned acts" in America against U.S. Government or its foreign alleys as acts of terrorism. Under the broad language of the Harman bill, anyone attending a "planned anti war or Tea Party rally" could be charged with trying to coerce a government and its people. U.S. Government would need only charge an individual in a group planned, supported or used violence to criminalize an entire group or organization. The mere presence of Demonstrators could be alleged to intimidate or coerce the public. The Nazi’s used similar provisions found in the Harman bill to charge labor leaders as communists.

Rep. Jane Harman's 2007“The Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act” HR155 was A Police Provocateur's Dream. The bill mandated spying on lawful Citizens without evidence of wrongdoing. Harman’s bill called for investigating and tracking Americans and groups that might be prone to supporting or committing violent acts of domestic terrorism. Committees would have been established for keeping files on Americans and making reports to the President. The bill called for establishing so called study centers on college campuses to study the causes of domestic terrorism. Harman’s bill HR155 had the potential of driving lawful political and other activists underground. Perhaps creating the domestic terrorists Bush II said Americans needed to be protected from. Rep. Harman’s “Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act” when closely examined, defined “homegrown terrorism” as “any planned act” that might use force to coerce U.S. Government, a foreign ally or Americans to promote or accomplish a “political or social objective.” No actual force need occur. Government would only have to allege an individual or group "thought about it." Rep. Harman’s bill was often called the “Thought Crimes Bill.” The bill failed to pass after Americans became angry upon leaning about it. It is believed but not confirmed a Rand Corporation study provided input to the development of Rep. Jane Harman’s ” Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act.

Under the Harman bill, should violence breakout at a "planned" demonstration the government can charge that everyone attending was "ideologically based toward violence." The individual activists that set up or operated websites promoting "planned activities", wrote, emailed or handed out "flyers" promoting "a planned" demonstration could be charged with Violent Radicalization or Homegrown Terrorism, depending on government’s alleged perception of intimidation, coercion or violence that occurred at a demonstration. It is foreseeable that "information flyers" not intended by the author to be distributed to promote a particular event but were somehow distributed, could under the Harman bill open the door for government to charge the author with promoting "Violent Radicalization and/or Homegrown Terrorism. Such concerns by writers would have crushed free speech and written dissent.