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Good observaton. And let me just add, that it seems a bit conspiracy-ish that the first live person, every convicted under terrorist law, in this country is a Black man, John Muhammed. Even though the charges against this man started out as "serial killing", they were changed in midstream to link him with the events of 9/11 that had nothing to do with him, nor have they linked his reasoning in the shootings as related to the present foreign issues. Does this mean now, that all murders committed on U.S. soil will be considered acts of terrorism. Or does it depend on how many people are killed at one time? Or perhaps it depends on what kind of weapon is used or if an FBI agent is killed in the mix, or how close the event takes place to any other unrelated terrorist event. It will be very interesting to see how many more Black citizens will be convicted of terrorism in the coming years.

The president has stated that all those opposed to the U.S. government will be considered on the list of potential suspects in terrorism, yet the backwoods white boy militias (who have stated openly their distrust for and willingness to war against the government) are never mentioned, never stopped in their training activities, while a group of Black men will still be dispersed by police if they are standing on the same corner together.

It's as if the powers that be are trying very hard to instigate the race war, so they may use this as an excuse to get rid of even more Black people. Perhaps those backwoods militias are being held in reserve and even funded by the government, to wait for a day when they will come out and snipe the Black neighborhoods. Perhaps these are the snipers that are being used right now to set up more Black people as criminals. We already know that these militia men are being paid by the U.S. government to go into the metro parks and root out, and shoot on site, anyone they find growing the herb.
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