As if right on cue, literally one day after the Anti-Defamation League released its fabricated report claiming the existence of a new boogeyman, an alleged international terror network of ‘white supremacists’, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security repeated the exact same “threat” verbatim:
Acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan announced the agency’s new counterterrorism strategy at an event at the Brookings institute Friday, and for the first time, DHS is focused on addressing the threat of white nationalism coming from within the borders of the United States.
“Today, the United States faces an evolving threat environment, and a threat of terrorism and targeted violence within our borders that is more diverse than at any time since the 9/11 attacks,” said McAleenan…
“While the threat posed by foreign terrorist organizations like the Islamic State and al-Qaeda persists, we are acutely aware of the growing threat from enemies, both foreign and domestic, who seek to incite violence in our Nation’s youth, disenfranchised, and disaffected, in order to attack their fellow citizens and fray at the seams of our diverse social fabric. This awareness, coupled with the history of recent tragedies, has galvanized the Department of Homeland Security to expand its counter-terrorism mission focus beyond terrorists operating abroad, to include those radicalized to violence within our borders by violent extremists of any ideology.”
…The report pulls no punches in describing domestic terror threats, saying, “Domestic terrorists, motivated by racially- and ethnically-motivated violent extremism, anti-government and anti-authority violent extremism, and other violent extremist ideologies, represent a growing share of the threat to the Homeland.”
The explosion of the Internet and its role in bolstering terrorism is another focus of the report, which points out that the Internet is a tool often exploited by violent extremist groups to “disseminate their messages globally and foster online communities that lure vulnerable individuals.”
DHS has outlined plan in the framework to address the issue of disinformation and “halt the spread of information operations intended to promote radicalization to violent extremism or mobilization to violence” through online communities, especially social media spaces.
The report notes that white supremacist violent extremists “have adopted an increasingly transnational outlook in recent years,” in large part due to their ability to form online communities.
“Similar to how ISIS inspired and connected with potential radical Islamist terrorists, white supremacist violent extremists connect with like-minded individuals online,” the report says. “In addition to mainstream social media platforms, white supremacist violent extremists use lesser-known sites like Gab, 8chan, and EndChan, as well as encrypted channels. Celebration of violence and conspiracy theories about the ‘ethnic replacement’ of whites as the majority ethnicity in various Western countries are prominent in their online circles.”
DHS is pushing for a whole-of-society approach, arguing that “an aware society is the best foundation for preventing terrorism and targeted violence.” As such, DHS plans on providing a variety of awareness briefings, engagement strategies and outreach efforts to inform as much of the public as possible about how to respond if an individual is mobilizing violence. The Department will also develop outreach programs for youth, who are recognized as a particularly vulnerable group.
It’s not as if DHS and the ADL have hidden their close working relationship, with the ADL actually going so far as to hire the former director of DHS, George Selim in 2017.
This incestuous hiring clearly demonstrates the potential conflict of interest between the two organizations, and has the appearance that the DHS is nothing more than the unacknowledged legal enforcement arm of the ADL, despite the fact that there is overwhelming evidence that the ADL itself is a private organization working on behalf of a foreign power, Israel.
We would strongly recommend that every American, including those who work for Homeland Security, watch the documentary “Defamation,” which exposes the Anti-Defamation League as an obvious international “Jewish supremacist” organization.
Based on documented investigations by the FBI, the ADL has been convicted running an extensive and illegal domestic spy network against innocent American citizens. Given their criminal history, it should be very concerning to the DHS itself that they have partnered with a criminal organization whose agenda is to spy on and demonize law-abiding Americans who oppose the ADL’s well-documented international Zionist “interests”.