West Point Study: About America’s Violent far Right Terrorists. It includes anyone pro-choice, for limited government, “they support civil activism, individual freedoms, and self-government,” including all conservative Christians. These and more people/groups are enemies of the State and liberals are the only ones that are genuinely American and non-violent.
This study came from a group training Army Officers for the future and it seems, teaching them to regard American citizens on the Right of the political spectrum, especially Christians as enemies of the State; and, it tries to connect them with violence and terrorism in the same vein as Queda.
Obama has taken over the military, turning the Leftist, gay and anti-Christian. He and the Democrats hated the military until they started remaking them in their secularist, soviet image for the advancement of their political agenda; now even wanting an anti-Semite Secretary of Defense to fit in with their pro-Islam, Marxist operatives in the Federal Government.
If you dare to be a Bible believing Christian, pro-life, in favor of limited federal government and individual liberty you have reason to fear, the military is being reeducated to come after you and force your submission or cause you in a variety of ways to suffer as if you are murderous terrorists. It is so strange, because while they falsely blame the Christian Right for violence and death, the Democrat Party have murdered over 55 million helpless, innocent children and people like Governor Cuomo want to murder even more and force Christians to participate or else.
A new West Point study released by the U.S. Military Academy’s Combating Terrorism Center is linking opposition to abortion and other “fundamental” positions to terrorism, and pro-life leaders say it’s just a way to paint them in a negative way.
The study, “Challenges from the Sidelines: Understanding America’s Violent Far-Right,” says the major far right threats are from, “a racist/white supremacy movement, an anti-federalist movement and a fundamentalist movement.”
Author Arie Perliger cites “anti-abortionists” as an active threat for terrorist activity.
“The anti-abortionists have been extremely productive during the last two decades, amassing 227 attacks, many of them perpetrated without the responsible perpetrators identified or caught,” Perliger wrote. “And while, in both cases, the 1990s were more violent than the last decade, in the case of anti-abortion, the trend is much more extreme, as 90 percent of attacks were perpetrated before 2001.”
American Life League President Judie Brown believes this is a smear tactic.
“I can see exactly what is going on with reference to the pro-life movement. The use of two words expose the bias and hatred for what we stand for as a movement. Those words are ‘attacks’ and ‘violence’,” Brown said.
“When it comes to pro-life activism, the definition of violence is retooled to include screaming, sitting in or blockading, and in the situation when someone who is clearly mentally imbalanced does something actually violent at or near an abortion mill, the act is immediately attributed to a pro-lifer even when there is no evidence that the perpetrator was ever involved with the mainstream pro-life effort,” Brown said.
“All of us have issued statements condemning violence because abortion is the ultimate act of violence and in response we are called to imitate Christ, not the abortionists. So the paragraph is designed to paint pro-lifers in a way that scares others, whether or not the depiction even remotely reflects the facts, which of course it does not,” Brown said.
It alleges “anti-federalists” are those who have strong beliefs about the government, “believing it to be corrupt and tyrannical,” and those Americans who support individual freedoms and self government.
“Liberal worldviews are future- or progressive-oriented, conservative perspectives are more past-oriented, and in general, are interested in preserving the status quo,” wrote the authors.
“The far right represents a more extreme version of conservatism, as its political vision is usually justified by the aspiration to restore or preserve values and practices that are part of the idealized historical heritage of the nation…”
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/01/west-point-far-right-dangerous-to-u-s/#qi1OT19SGP3Q3e6k.99