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Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, April 22, 2010
A major Anti-Defamation League report goes further than ever before in an effort to purge the Internet of all dissent, listing completely non-violent criticism of Obamacare posted on Internet forums as a reason to conduct a “major law enforcement operation” against opponents of big government and health care reform.
The ADL’s April 2010 report is entitled, “Violent Voices: Anti-Government Extremism Takes on New Intensity,” and consists largely of lists of comments culled from alternative news websites and forums, as well as Fox News.
“During the first few months of 2010, anti-government extremism has taken on a new level of intensity in the United States. The arrests of the Hutaree militia in Michigan illustrate this passion, which exists both within and outside the militia movement.....................
Scott A. Johnson - End Times Current Events and Bible Study
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Re: Major law enforcement operation to deal with obamacare critics
I have no reaction to a story that talks about "a major anti defamation league" without naming it, then says "the ADL" throughout the remainder of the story.
If they mean the American Jewish Anti-Defamation League, which nearly universally is the meaning of ADL -- certainly in today's media -- they don't have the nutsack to say so. If they don't, they really need to use a term such as "the organization" not "the ADL."
You can keep digging backwards through the links provided and find nothing but the same screamingly suspicious set-up - "an Anti Defamation League" followed by "ADL."
This is akin to saying "a group of united states," followed by "The US", to talk about the Soviet Union.