Homeland Security: pretty much all bodily movement is an indicator of potential terrorism

By End the Lie

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If you thought the criteria for suspicious activity in terms of potential terrorism couldn’t get any more broad and ludicrous, prepare to be taken aback.

The culture of citizen spying and pervasive paranoia in the United States is getting to the point of patent absurdity, yet somehow many American nonsensically seem to continue to treat it as gospel.

According to a document entitled “Terrorism Awareness and Prevention: Participant Guide” distributed by the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security & Preparedness (which you can see embedded below), almost every single action should be treated as suspicious.

These include glances, wide open eyes, cold penetrating stares, trance-like gazes, exaggerated yawning when engaged in conversation, protruding or beating neck arteries, repetitive touching of face, tugging on or covering ears, increased breathing rate, panting, excessive fidgeting, clock watching, head turning, pacing or jumpiness, trembling, unusual perspiration, goose bumps, and/or rigid posture with minimal body movements and arms close to sides.

In other words, if you’re late for something or in a rush (“excessive fidgeting, clock watching”), you might be a terrorist. If you’ve been exercising (“increased breathing rate, panting,” “protruding or beating neck arteries”), you might be a terrorist.

On the other hand, if you’re tired (“trance-like gaze,” “exaggerated yawning”) you also might be a terrorist. Yet, if you’re energetic or perhaps drank too much coffee (“wide open ‘flashbulb eyes,’” “pacing or jumpy,” “trembling,” “unusual perspiration,” “excessive fidgeting”), you might also be a terrorist.

You’d better not be too energetic, too tired, in a rush, plagued by a wide range of medical conditions, returning from exercise, or generally display almost any bodily behaviors as someone might consider you a suspicious person and report you for possible terrorist activity.

But it doesn’t stop there! Other suspicious activities when it comes to vehicles are “unusual behavior,” which is undefined and could mean just about anything, “signs of fear or stress,” or “refusal or disregard of directions.”

It gets even more insane when they go over signs which make a vehicle itself suspicious. These include, “Unusual items clearly visible inside or attached to the outside [of the vehicle],” “stopped or parked in strange or out-of-place locations,” “parked close to agency assets such as terminals, rail lines and bridges,” “missing or altered license plates,” “visibly overloaded or sagging.”

This means that the ultimate potential terrorist might be someone who has a brand new truck with temporary tags overloaded with paint removal equipment or anything else “unusual” or with an off-road driving kit on the outside who happens to be stopped in an “out-of-place” location, perhaps in order to go hiking, or maybe parked near a bridge, perhaps to remove graffiti.

Keep in mind that I – and I’m sure most other thinking people – could come up with hundreds of different situations that fit all of the above criteria yet are wholly innocuous.

Also, any “unexpected mail from a foreign country” should be treated as suspicious, along with any packages with restrictive markings like “personal or confidential” and anything which is “poorly printed” with “excessive tape or string” and “misspelled names,” among other laughable indicators of suspiciousness.

Continuing on with some ridiculous examples of “suspicious activity” are people who are “drawing or taking pictures in areas not normally of interest,” “taking notes or annotating maps,” or even just “sitting in a parked vehicle.”

Some choice tools used by terrorists for surveillance, according to the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security, are: “Cameras – video, still or panoramic,” “laptop computers or PDA’s (Personal Data Assistants),” “diagrams or maps,” “binoculars or other vision-enhancing devices,” and “GPS (Global Positioning System) Devices.”

Apparently, the government even considers “Staring or quickly looking away from personnel” and “Vehicles entering parking areas or leaving designated facilities” to be indicators of possible terrorist activity.

The document encourages people to report everything they see and they make a point of emphasizing that, “Staying alert is NOT paranoia.”

Contrary to all of the information they give previously, they claim, “No one is asking for block wardens who log every activity in their neighborhood or workplace. No one wants you to spy on people. This isn’t about informing on ‘disloyal’ Americans or people who are ‘different’ or don’t fit in.”

That is, of course, unless you display any of the massive list of behaviors which marks you as a possible terrorist.

Hilariously, they even claim that if a UPS truck drives down a street three times during the holidays and they have several delivery trucks making different deliveries, it might be a terrorist. They cite Timothy McVeigh who allegedly rented a truck to carry out the Oklahoma City bombing, even though McVeigh’s vehicle was allegedly a rented Ryder truck, not a UPS truck which is not available for public rental.

So, if you’re lost or trying to find a parking spot in a truck, you’d better be aware of the fact that someone might report you as a potential terrorist.

With this culture of voluntary surveillance expanding into the world of smartphones, it will only be easier for the government to encourage people to report any and all activity as suspicious and potential indicators of terrorism.

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14 Responses to Homeland Security: pretty much all bodily movement is an indicator of potential terrorism

  1. fuck the police March 23, 2012 at 4:25 AM

    so…… basically if you have tourettes you’re a terrorist or if you’re tired you’re a terrorist? what the hell? who actually believes this?

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  2. Robin March 23, 2012 at 7:18 AM

    What about rippin a good fart? Potential bomb threat?

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  3. Tionico March 23, 2012 at 9:30 PM

    So, the obvious response is for millions of people to call the local hoo haha and report ANYTHING fitting any of these categories. Follow the “rules” to the letter. Inundate these stupid people with millions of reports, each legitimate and responding to these stupid lists. THEY are asking for it. The ONLY way their folly will be brought home to them is to play it their way. SO… parked near a bridge? Someone should call. Stopped on the shoulder talking on a cell phone? Report it. Circling the block with a huge trailer looking for a parking place? Make that call. Someone snapping photos with their cellphone anywhere in town? ESPECIALLY when including “assets” in the images? Inform. Make them so busy they won’t have time to even get that cup of coffee. How stupid can these people be? What planet to they REALLY occupy?

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  4. Hu March 24, 2012 at 1:16 AM

    Tionico, you are correct. Follow the rules and regulations to the letter and you will gum up the system. Gary North wrote a similar article on the same procedure and here is the link to his article.
    http://lewrockwell.com/north/north1108.html
    If there are any penalties for the bureaucrats not responding to the letters, they will be punished and hopefully the rules and regulations removed.

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  5. Michael Price March 24, 2012 at 4:55 AM

    +1 on the Tourettes thing Fuck The Police.

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  6. Susan March 24, 2012 at 8:18 AM

    “Getting to the point of absurdity?” It already REACHED the point of absurdity years ago, and I am thoroughly ashamed that I did not recognize what was coming – other than that we were a little wary of “If you’re not for us you’re against us” mentality that brought forward the Patriot Act.

    Still, as I don’t travel often, I didn’t think much of the implications – I didn’t even stop to think it through after TSA made us start taking off our shoes because of the shoe bomber. Finally, I woke up from my slumber on Christmas Day, 2009, when my luggage was ripped apart for an hour and chemically swabbed at LAX.

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  7. Harry March 24, 2012 at 12:19 PM

    I guess I was a terrorist last week. I was visiting a friend, whose son was going through surgery. I spent 45 minutes circling around the hospital, at 8 am trying to find a parking spot. That could have easily been seen as terrorism. What ever happened to giving someone the benefit of the doubt ?

    I was at a new hospital, it was around the time when people tend to go to work, get off work, others visiting other family and friends. I know I wasn’t alone in driving around the hospital either. There were several other drivers looking for spots too.

    Have we become so paranoid, the Govt thinks everyone is a terrorist ?
    I guess we are no longer the home of the brave, just the afraid.

    Every citizen a terrorist.

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  8. C. HODSON March 25, 2012 at 1:50 PM

    Sooo the spooks are hard at work!!

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  9. James March 25, 2012 at 2:07 PM

    Something has to be done about this homeland security. “Those who desire to give up freedom in order to gain security will not have, nor do they deserve, either one” Ben Franklin. Janet Napolitano and the rest of dhs are taking this way over the top. We the people need to wake up and take a stand before it is too late and all of our freedoms are taken away. Let me defend myself.

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  10. Edgar April 19, 2012 at 11:27 AM

    So, just about any poor, shy, person with anxiety disorders (social anxiety, panic attacks) — the kind of person that wouldn’t hurt anyone but themselves, is a potential terrorist? All of the physical movements and symptoms listed can be caused by a lot of different things, most of them due to physical (or even mental) illnesses.

    I sincerely doubt they have consulted a doctor or a psychiatrist to obtain this kind of uneducated assessment. It’s as if the security agencies deliberately seek out the stupidest people they can find to work for them — from the lowest rookie to the head of the agency itself. And the idiocy seems to increase daily.

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  11. Mr. Mojo April 19, 2012 at 1:41 PM

    Everyone’s a criminal, everyone’s a terrorist. This has been going on since the sixties. If people are afraid of getting busted they tend to keep a low profile and not bring attention to themselves and let the real criminals and terrorists alone.

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  12. F ALL LIARS , WE ARE NOT SLAVES April 19, 2012 at 2:36 PM

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  13. End time servant September 23, 2012 at 11:04 AM

    Lucifer is very busy for the last one hundred or so years finding many minions and fall guys for this new world order and boy did he the jackpot I think he is surprised himself

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  14. John S. Curtis November 14, 2012 at 6:19 AM

    From the NJ Terrorism Awareness report:

    Terrorism is the unlawful use of force of violence
    against persons or property to intimidate or
    coerce a government or civilian population,
    or any segment thereof, in the furtherance of
    political or social objectives.

    Doesn’t that sort of sound like the US Government?

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