Stephanie Sledge TheGovernmentRag
Department of Homeland Security Gets Busted For Hate Posts
As the Department of Homeland Security(DHS) steps up their propaganda on terrorism in America, they didn’t expect that their own terror tactics would be exposed when George Donnelly, owner of WeWontFly.com, discovered that government workers seem to be posting hateful messages on his anti-TSA blog under the guise of anonymity. With the cyber war taking place as an excuse to shut down freedom of speech and prevent more exposure of governmental corruption, DHS workers have exposed their intimidative tactics by posting hate speech on activist websites.
In a report by NaturalNews, George Donnelly, owner of the WeWon’tFly.com reported that comments were appearing on his website in the form of “hate posts. “One such comment, which has since been deleted, said, “F**k you, f**k all you c**ksuckers, you won’t change anything.” Another stated, “Ride the bus, TSA is here to stay there [sic] doing a great job keeping america [sic] safe.” Worse comments have already been deleted from the website. “Donnelly says that upon tracing the origin of the comments, he discovered that they came from the servers of dhs.gov, the official website of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Nineteen comments in total were all posted from the same server, including the two previously mentioned. And while all were worded in different tones and voices, they all expressed hostility to those opposing the TSA.”
Donnelly had questions after discovering the “hate posts” were coming from the dhs.gov servers, “Is this an official statement? If not, is it an accurate representation of the DHS position? Was this person on the public dime when he or she posted this? Who posted this and what is their position with DHS?” Donnelly admits that this was not the first time that individuals connected to DHS has or contracted agencies like Mitre.org, who is contracted by federal government including DHS and TSA. Donnelly says, “any effective TSA resistance threatens not only the TSA itself but also the bureaucrats who got us to this point and the corporations who are getting paid for the technology.”
Currently, WeWontFly.com is working towards abolishing the new TSA protocols by pushing the airlines to take a stand against this form of terrorism Americas are being subjected to. According to a Washington Post article from November, the Electronic Privacy Information Center, a civil liberties group, has filed a lawsuit against the TSA citing the unconstitutionality of its current actions.
As more and more cyber terrorism pops up in the for of anonymity, bloggers, alternative news media, independent journalists, and freelance writers are on the look-out for counter attacks by DHS and TSA. The Government Rag also admits that comments posted to their YouTube videos resemble comments made to George Donnelly’s website WeWon’tFly.com. Is this the type of behavior that we can expect from DHS as they are stepping up action and partnering with the retail industry, like Wal-Mart to create threat fusion centers, mobile tyranny look-out towers, and more? As Americans wake up to total tyranny by the Department of Homeland Security, one must caution that the threat is real.