Department of Homeland Security Urges U.S. Citizens to Spy on Each Other

The Department of Homeland Security announced on September 6 that it is handing out $20 million in federal grant money to 34 organizations that want to prevent targeted violence and terrorism.

This money is unlikely to be used against al Qaeda, the Islamic State or the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. Instead, the federal government is giving grants to police departments, mental health networks, school districts, universities and churches in an effort to identify domestic political dissidents.

Whether it’s covid and vaccines, the war in Ukraine, immigration, the Second Amendment, lgbtq ideology and child-gender confusion, the integrity of our elections or the issue of protecting life in the womb, you are no longer allowed to hold dissenting opinions and voice them publicly in America. If you do, your own government will take note and consider you a potential “violent extremist” and “terrorist.”
—Leo Hohmann, journalist

Domestic surveillance: This new era of “snitch surveillance” started with the government’s post-9/11 “See Something, Say Something” campaign to stop Islamic terrorism. After Barack Obama’s election in 2008, the dhs and other federal agencies initially tasked with enhancing border security were turned against U.S. citizens who disagreed with the Obama administration or Democratic Party.

Shortly after taking office, Obama’s administration published a 2009 Homeland Security report titled “Right-Wing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment.” It warned that “right-wing extremists” could use the election of the nation’s first black president to recruit new members.

It spotlighted the following citizens as potential threats: anti-government conspiracy theorists, disgruntled war veterans, those opposed to abortion, those opposed to immigration, and those who believe “end times” prophecies.

Bitter affliction: Another report even labeled those who believe Americans are descended from ancient Israel as potential racist extremists (Homeland Security Affairs Journal, July 2006). It labeled Herbert W. Armstrong as a fundamentalist Protestant who injected “blatant racism” into right-wing movements simply by claiming that modern-day Britons and Americans were partially descended from the ancient Israelite tribes of Ephraim and Manasseh.

Just because the dhs says it is racist to believe America is end-time Israel does not mean it is true. Mr. Armstrong outlined the proofs of this assertion in his book The United States and Britain in Prophecy.

The astonishing truths explained in this book mean that the Bible’s end-time prophecies concerning Israel are directed at the U.S. and Britain. And one of these end-time prophecies foretells a time when God will use a man to save America from being destroyed (2 Kings 14:26-27).

The unconstitutional surveillance employed by Barack Obama and his former vice president, Joe Biden, would surely blot out America as a constitutional republic. Only God’s intervention can save this country.

Learn more: Read “Is the Government Reading Your E-mail?