National Justice Investigates: Inside The Department of Homeland Security's Plan To Crush Right-Wing Americans

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is preparing to use mass data collection, interagency prioritization directives, psychological operations and online censorship to crush what its recently confirmed Secretary Alejandro Mayourkas, a Jew from Cuba, has deemed "domestic violent extremism," National Justice can report.  

Who does the DHS consider to be a domestic violent extremist? The March 1st Director of National Intelligence threat assessment ordered by the Biden administration lists anti-abortion activists, environmentalists, members of militias, and advocates for white people as America's top national security threats.   

Besides intensifying police repression and government surveillance, DHS outlined on Wednesday its plan to use grants to fund private, unaccountable organizations that specialize in experimenting on "extremists," psychological operations and brainwashing, and training teachers to spot and report children engaging in "hate speech."

Rep. Rosa DeLauro, a 77-year-old woman with purple hair, led the House Appropriations Committee discussion on combating "domestic violent extremism" with DHS' two counter-terrorism department leaders, John Cohen and John Picarelli. Rep. DeLauro is the wife of former Ehud Barak advisor, Stan Greenberg 

Much of the discourse revolved around the frustration officials are having shutting down supposed “extremists” due to the fact that these individuals they claim are posing a national security risk are often not committing any criminal offenses. Rep. DeLauro frantically ranted about the need for legislation that would make membership in a patriotic militia of any kind illegal. 

During the hearing, Cohen described how the DHS has been active behind the scenes in pushing social media companies to censor what he vaguely characterized as "toxic narratives," legally dubious behavior that none of the Republicans -- whose party is currently fundraising off opposing tech censorship -- showed any interest in pressing him on.

Picarelli later added that his department has also been instructing online gaming and e-sports platforms to examine ways to quickly suppress and prevent what he claimed are "radicalizing" discussions.

The view that young men are "radicalized" by shouting obscenities at one another while playing video games with one another is a narrative made up by the Anti-Defamation League, not something based on sound data. Even more preposterous was Cohen's assertion that "incels" -- men who do not have regular sex -- were in an of themselves a category of terrorist. 

The most disturbing part of Picarelli's testimony was when he revealed that DHS has been using NGOs to outsource projects intended to manipulate people and manufacture changes in political beliefs. They admitted that this is being used as a loophole. It would be illegal for the government to directly engage in this CIA-style activity in the homeland. 

Historically, the federal government has primarily reserved NGO funding as a tool of war, regime change and influence in foreign lands, but under both the Obama and Trump administrations, and now accelerated under Biden, they have been increasingly utilized against Americans who disagree with the left-liberal Washington/New York/San Francisco consensus. 

When asked about the results produced by grant making in recent years, Picarelli cited his favorite development on this front: research and experimentation being done at American University by a far-left activist that seeks to "inoculate" individuals exposed to political, religious or philosophical arguments and ideas the US government believes are undermining its power and credibility.   

US Intelligence Cutouts 

Some of the NGOs involved in these operations had representatives at the meeting, where they explained to the House their specialties, methods and goals. 

They are as follows, 

1) Richard Aborn -- Citizens Crime Commission of New York City

Richard Aborn was invited to showcase his group's "counter-terrorism" innovation, DEEP, which stands for Disruption and Early Engagement Program. 

According to his description, individuals with radical beliefs are recommended to the program by the NYPD, FBI or other police organizations either before they're arrested, while they're in custody, or after they finish their prison sentences.

Once enrolled in the program, the "subject" (how a DHS fact sheet refers to candidates for the program) is subjected to a year or more of undisclosed psychological techniques designed specifically to depoliticize them. The way Aborn represented it sounded like a dystopian brainwashing scheme copied straight from the film A Clockwork Orange

The ethically dubious program was created and is directed by a self-described counter-terrorism expert named Claire Abrahams.

Abrahams' LinkedIn shows that she is a Zionist operative who has served on the committee of the Friends of the Israeli Defense Forces, a group of American Jews who provide funding to the Israeli military. While the group is allowed to keep non-profit status, it is for all intents and purposes an instrument of a foreign government. 

2) Tyler Cote -- Division 250 

Another Jewish individual, Tyler Cote, peddled his Massachusetts based program, Division 250, which specializes in warning middle and high school students against accessing "hate speech" on the internet while also training teachers to spot politically problematic students.

Cote, a former math teacher at Fall River Jewish Home, has never attempted to hide his intense personal prejudices or loathing of Trump voters.

His main academic achievement is a 2017 academic paper titled "The Rhetorical Psychology of Trumpism: Threat, Absolutism, and the Absolutist Threat."
 
3) Sammy Rangel -- Life After Hate/Exit USA

Sammy Rangel's group, Life After Hate/Exit , is also being utilized by the government. 

Rangel, showing off his con, was the least vitriolic of all the people at the hearing. 

According to Rangel, the group employs white nationalists who claim to have been "cured" and now see themselves as liberals, leftists, or in Christian Picciolini's case, Antifa supporters.

In response to an inquiry about what he's trying to do, Rangel admitted to the Committee that white nationalists often have real, fact based grievances.

His methodology revolves around pretending to befriend nationalists and talking them into channeling their anger at injustice and lack of political representations in an anti-racist direction.   

The group is heavily inspired by a German program which shares the same name (EXIT).

The German equivalent is funded by the Amadeu Antonio Foundation, which is led by a Jewish woman who used to work for the infamous East German secret police unit, the Stasi. 

Jewish Power Is Bipartisan 

The Republicans at the inquiry expressed nothing but support for the malevolent schemes being plotted against their voters

Only one serious concern about civil liberties was expressed to Cohen and Picarelli. Lauren Underwood, who represents Illinois's 14th, demanded that DHS take extra care in protecting people's civil rights and privacy, but only in cases involving minorities. Cohen reassured her that his relatives were "Civil Rights attorneys" and would stop him if they thought he was violating the rights of blacks and non-whites. 

Ashley Hinson, Republican from Iowa, asked Cohen about four illegal aliens apprehended at the US border who were listed on the FBI's terrorist watch list. Cohen responded by saying that being on the list doesn't mean actually mean you're a terrorist. Hinson failed to follow up with a logical question: then why does it exist?

Many of the names involved in this COINTELPRO revival are Jewish individuals who seem to lack respect for American civil traditions, and in some cases, basic human rights.

While Cohen -- the "good" cop to Picarelli's bad -- paid some lip service to the First Amendment and constitutionally protected speech, the question was largely treated as an afterthought throughout the meeting. 

There is no meaningful distinction between what Washington is doing and how political dissidents are treated in so-called authoritarian countries. Between 2018 and 2019, Ken Cuccarelli and Chad Wolf both began aggressively targeting primarily white nationalists. Now the Biden administration is expanding their precedent to politically persecute white Christians, libertarians, veterans and regular conservatives as well. 

While this could be construed as him misspeaking, Joe Biden's comment that the GOP may not exist in 2024 should be read as ominous in light of all that is happening. 

At least half of America have been declared enemies of the state. The ruling class's thirst for vengeance appears insatiable.