This was written by NCA Lt. General Len Taylor, it is a very good read.
Over the last few months I have spoken to so many people concerning the New Confederate Army. The vast majority of those I have talked with agree with our goals, with what we are trying to achieve. Most have expressed the desire to support us, although some of them do not want their names associated with the movement. Many have told me that they are concerned that the “Empire” will target them if their name is associated with the NCA and the movement to liberate our country.
To this I would like to pose a question. How many of you have signed the petitions to allow the various states to “peacefully” leave the Union? If you have done this then the “Empire” already has your information…you have already cast your lot with us. You may say “I only had to leave my name, email address and state on the petition”. To this I say the following…1)You most likely signed the petition from your home computer, which means they have your IP address, and, 2) Your signed your name…think about this, they assigned you an id number when you were born, your social security number, which means by having your name they can find out anything they want.
So, with this being said…you already have a target on your back. The moment you signed into Facebook and joined the pages you frequent, you painted the target on your own back. You have already given them the information they were looking for. Now, since the “Empire” already has you in its sights…join us! NOW is the time to take a stand! Now is the time to let your voice be heard and to make a difference! Join the New Confederate Army and make your ancestors proud! Please visit http://thenewconfederatearmy.tripod.com/home.html…if you still do not want to join, please consider making a financial contribution…it isn’t just for you…it is for the future of your children, and for the liberation of the land that your ancestors founded over 150 years ago.
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We have all heard about the loss of civil liberties and freedoms since the signing into law of the NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act). In the 11 years after the terrorist attacks of 2001, the United States is assembling a vast domestic intelligence apparatus to collect information about Americans, using the FBI, local police, state homeland security offices and military criminal investigators. The system, by far the largest and most technologically sophisticated in the nation's history, collects, stores and analyzes information about thousands of U.S. citizens and residents, many of whom have not been accused of any wrong doing. The government's goal is to have every state and local law enforcement agency in the country feed information to Washington to buttress the work of the FBI, which is in charge of terrorism investigations in the United States. Other democracies - Britain and Israel, to name two - are well acquainted with such domestic security measures. But for the United States, the sum of these new activities represents a new level of governmental scrutiny.
The FBI is building a database with the names and certain personal information, such as employment history, of thousands of U.S. citizens and residents whom a local police officer or a fellow citizen believed to be acting suspiciously. It is accessible to an increasing number of local law enforcement and military criminal investigators, increasing concerns that it could somehow end up in the public domain.
The Department of Homeland Security sends its state and local partners intelligence reports with little meaningful guidance, and state reports have sometimes inappropriately reported on lawful meetings.
The need to identify U.S.-born or naturalized citizens who are planning violent attacks is more urgent than ever, U.S. intelligence officials say. This month's FBI sting operation involving a Baltimore construction worker whoallegedly planned to bomb a Maryland military recruiting station is the latest example. It followed a similar arrest of a Somali-born naturalized U.S. citizen allegedly seeking to detonate a bomb near a Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Portland, Ore. There have been nearly two dozen other cases just this year.
"The old view that 'if we fight the terrorists abroad, we won't have to fight them here' is just that - the old view," Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano told police and firefighters.
By now you have likely seen reports that contain news of the list of terms the Department of Homeland Security searches for online, as it tracks what people are saying around the Internet. The list is extremely long, vague, and often quite humorous (even in the face of its importance). However, the list is worrisome all the same. The broadness of the terms that are being used as a starting point for tracking online communications is disconcerting; these are the words that could flag a person or conversation as potentially a threat to the United States. And thus, to have terms that come up in the daily news, and normal conversation, marked as worthy of tracking, is unsettling. This is a current list of terms that will be used by the NOC [National Operations Center] when monitoring social media sites to provide situational awareness and establish a common operating picture. As natural or manmade disasters occur, new terms may be added. The new search terms will not use PII [Personally Identifiable Information] in searching for relevant mission-related information.
DNDO (Domestic Nuclear Detection Office)
Domestic nuclear detection
Maritime domain awareness (MDA)
National preparedness initiative
Disaster medical assistance team (DMAT)
State of emergency
Bomb (squad or threat)
Pipe bomb Incident Facility
HAZMAT & Nuclear
Toxic National laboratory
Biological infection (or event)
Hazardous material incident
Infection Powder (white)
Health Concern + H1N1
Foot and Mouth (FMD)
Human to human
Human to Animal
Center for Disease Control (CDC)
Drug Administration (FDA)
World Health Organization (WHO) (and components)
Airplane (and derivatives)
CIKR (Critical Infrastructure& Key Resources)
NBIC (National Biosurveillance Integration Center)
Failure or outage
Southwest Border Violence
MS13 or MS-13
Cartel de Golfo
Narco banners (Spanish equivalents)
Al Qaeda (all spellings)
Improvised explosive device IED (Improvised Explosive Device)
FARC (Armed Revolutionary Forces Colombia)
IRA (Irish Republican Army)
ETA (Euskadi ta Askatasuna)
PLF (Palestine Liberation Front)
PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization)
AQAP (AL Qaeda Arabian Peninsula)
AQIM (Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb)
TTP (Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan)
Mud slide or Mudslide
Emergency Broadcast System
DDOS (dedicated denial of service)
Denial of service
Cain and abel
The “Empire” is bent on making examples of as many as possible. Will it be you? I am somewhat certain it will be me. How long are we going to allow a foreign government to occupy our country? It is time to act! If not now, when?
Yours in the Cause of Southern Liberty,
Lt General Len Taylor
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