Paul Joseph Watson
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
As part of its effort to encourage business owners to
spy on their customers, the FBI has labeled the bulk purchase of food as
a potential indication of terrorist activity, despite the fact that
FEMA itself last year purchased $1 billion dollars worth of storable
A flyer aimed at Military Surplus stores produced under the auspices of the FBI’s Communities Against Terrorism
project, encourages owners to report people who “make bulk purchases of
items to include….meals ready to eat”.
According to the flyer, the FBI advises store owners to
demand ID’s from all new customers, as well as asking them questions
about their purchase and being aware of “suspicious statements”.
The flyer also characterizes paying with cash or “demanding identity privacy” as an indication of terrorism.