Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Cash & Coffee Terrorists

If there's any doubt of the direction President Barack Hussein Obama and his cooperators are taking us, one just has to look to the administration's own words.

The FBI and the Department of Justice have issued a series of pamphlets to promote spying and suspicion among U.S. citizens. An instructional guide for internet cafés is especially onerous. According to the FBI, paying cash for your cup of coffee while you suck down free internet is deemed "suspicious." If you also happen to have an email account with a "home provider" such as AOL or Comcast, that adds to the possibility that federals will deem you a possible terrorist.

What could possibly go wrong?

I suspect that heading to Starbucks on February 14 will earn you a few more demerits from the new order guards too.


  1. The lyrics to 'Deutchland Uber Alles' is available on the internet.
    We might consider learning it before it becomes mandatory.

    1. It will surely get worse before it's gets better.

  2. Internet Café flyer


    What should I do? Be part of the solution.
    * Gather information about individuals without drawing attention to yourself

    So in order to be part of the solution I'd have to:
    * Apparently use tradecraft: lookout, blocker or someone to distract employees
    * Act nervous or suspicious behavior inconsistent with activities

    Then when the suspicious person catches me being suspicious I'm supposed to remind them:

    "It is important to remember that just because someone’s speech, actions, beliefs, appearance, or way of life is different; it does not mean that he or she is suspicious."

    I must locate an authentic copy of one of these fliers. Since this JRIC thing exists in CA I imagine my search begins there. Hopefully I'm not identified as traveling an illogical distance to Internet cafés during my hunt for a flyer!


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