Obama Incites Fear Over ‘lone wolf’ Terror Attack

Paul J. Watson
August 17, 2011

When do you know if a leader is a failed leader? When it incites fear to save its presidency.

Following Obama’s exploitation of the Norway massacre and prediction of a lone wolf attack on Tuesday, CBS News suggested the attack will not come from al-Qaeda and Islamic terrorists, but from a member of the Sovereign Citizen movement in the United States.

After citing the FBI and the Fort Hood shooting, CBS said the attack may come from within:

The domestic “Lone Wolf” threat is far from limited to Islamic-linked individuals, too. As reported by “60 Minutes,” the “Sovereign Citizens” movement – a loosely knit group that doesn’t pay taxes, carry driver’s licenses or hold Social Security cards – has shown a violent and sometimes murderous dislike of law enforcement. Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh had only two known co-conspirators.

The FBI and DHS have an acronym for people and groups who dislike and distrust the government – HVEs, or homegrown violent extremists.

In 2010, the FBI posted a web page on “Domestic Terrorism” listing the sovereign citizen movement. The movement, however, was portrayed as criminal scam artists, not violent terrorists. “Sovereign citizens are often confused with extremists from the militia movement. But while sovereign citizens sometimes use or buy illegal weapons, guns are secondary to their anti-government, anti-tax beliefs,” writes the FBI.

In April, the Star-Tribune reported that the FBI is keeping tabs on the sovereign citizen movement in Wyoming. The newspaper said that most sovereigns maintain they only want a peaceful transition to a restored republic, but “the bureau has kept an eye on the movement because some sovereigns have taken the logical step from belief in the illegitimacy of the current system to acting violently against it,” according to FBI Special Agent Kathy Wright.


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