The Everyday Concerned Citizen
“Dear Fake Patriots…You are facilitating one of the worst crimes against humanity the world has ever seen.” — Karen Stewart
NSA Whistleblower Karen Stewart needs no introduction. Outstanding among NSA whistleblowers for her fearless exposé and denunciation of NSA Security, US Naval Security Group, Florida FBI, and Florida Law Enforcement use of electromagnetic weapons, portable directed-energy weapons, other “non-lethal” radiation, sonic, and neuro weapons used definitively on her in retaliation for her exposure of top-level management corruption at NSA (covered here and here earlier), and covertly also being used on thousands of American and global civilians in unacknowledged surveillance and targeted-killing programs wrongfully and inhumanely targeting outstanding Americans, she recently penned a strong letter of rebuke to the FBI Infragard, and sent it in via the FBI Infragard website to a few listed “Alliance” leaders.
FBI Infragard, a program set up by the FBI nationwide to incorporate communities via regional “Alliances” in “community policing” actions, has been revealed—by various whistleblowers and writers, please see links below under Related/Additional Resources–to be among those groups involved in a nationwide stalking, harassment, and COINTELPRO program, where community vigilantes are connected on 24/7 cell-phone networks and work within communities to openly harass and stalk identified and targeted Americans.
Blandly, from the Infragard web site:
“InfraGard is a partnership between the FBI and members of the private sector. The InfraGard program provides a vehicle for seamless public-private collaboration with government that expedites the timely exchange of information and promotes mutual learning opportunities relevant to the protection of Critical Infrastructure.”
More tellingly, from the ACLU’s 2004 report by Jay Stanley, The Surveillance-Industrial Complex: How the American Government is Conscripting Businesses and Individuals in the Construction of a Surveillance Society:
“The program has more than 10,000 members organized into 79 local chapters; the list of participating companies is kept secret. Members wishing to participate fully must undergo a security check and obtain clearance by the FBI. The Cleveland Plain Dealer described it as “a vast informal network of powerful friends,” a “giant group of tipsters” created by the FBI under a “philosophy of quietly working with corporate America” in order to “funnel security alerts away from the public eye and receive tips on possible illegal activity.”