Tuesday, January 10, 2006

FBI investigates Catholics, PETA, ADC and Greenpeace for domestic terrorism

We have to draw the line somewhere! Enough is Enough.

According to new documents released on Dec. 20 by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), the FBI is using counterterrorism resources to monitor and infiltrate domestic political organizations that criticize business interests and government policies, despite a lack of evidence that the groups are engaging in or supporting violent action.

The ACLU said that the documents released on Greenpeace, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) show the FBI expanding the definition of 'domestic terrorism' to include citizens and groups that participate in lawful protests or civil disobedience.

The documents released by the ACLU also include FBI observances on supposed Communist leanings of the Catholic Workers Group (CWG). In an e-mail to the counterterrorism unit, an unidentified official wrote, "the Catholic Workers advocated peace with a Christian and semi-communistic ideology." In another document, an agent writes, "Based on the author's interpretation of comments made by various CWG protestors, CWG also advocates a communist distribution of resources.

Apparently, "Love thy neighbor as thyself" is now communism. Read the rest of this article then call your senator and ask to have Bush/Cheney impeached: FBI targeting US activist activities as 'domestic terrorism ' : SF Indymedia

2 comments:

Anonymous Assclown said...

You can't be so naive as to think that PETA is just about lawful protests. Considering they actively support actual terrorist groups (ALF and ELF), I'd say that the FBI has an interest in monitoring them.

Jerome Alicki said...

In what manner does PETA support ALF and ELF? Show me the documents and I'll believe you.