In a move at suppressing alternate media and censorship, Free speech has been declared as a terrorism threat by US Department of Homeland Security. The DHS claims that there have been deceptive narratives around COVID-19 mandates or vaccines.
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Owing to “false and misleading narratives,” misinformation, and “conspiracy theories,” the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced an elevated terrorism danger on February 7.
“The United States remains in a heightened threat environment fueled by several factors, including an online environment filled with false or misleading narratives and conspiracy theories, and other forms of mis- dis- and mal-information introduced and/or amplified by foreign and domestic threat actors,” the DHS bulletin said.
The agency didn’t actually say who is to blame for the suspected spread of misinformation or disinformation, whether foreign or domestic forces.
“Mass casualty attacks and other acts of targeted violence conducted by lone offenders and small groups acting in furtherance of ideological beliefs and/or personal grievances pose an ongoing threat to the nation,” the DHS went on to say, while adding that some people are attempting to “sow discord or undermine public trust in U.S. government institutions.”
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The bulletin claimed that some people are advocating violence towards key infrastructure, faith-based organizations such as churches or synagogues, colleges, government employees or buildings, as well as other targets.
The DHS claims that there have been deceptive narratives around COVID-19 mandates or vaccines, and that certain people have exploited COVID-19 mandates or vaccines to launch attacks since 2020, as an example of important aspects that supposedly attribute to the elevated threat environment. The agency didn’t go into detail or provide any additional information to back up its claims. Online charges of electoral fraud were also mentioned by the DHS, but no further specifics or evidence were provided.
The agency said that “foreign terrorist organizations and domestic threat actors continue to amplify pre-existing false or misleading narratives online to sow discord and undermine public trust in government institutions. It said violent extremists, including the individual who recently launched an attack against the synagogue in Texas, highlight “the continuing threat of violence based upon racial or religious motivations, as well as threats against faith-based organizations.”
According to the advisory, the ISIS terrorist organization and its allies “may issue public calls for retaliation due to the strike that recently killed ISIS leader Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi.” Al-Qurayshi was murdered during an operation in northern Syria, according to the Biden administration.
A recent risk to black institutions and universities across the United States was also included in the warning.
“Domestic violent extremists have also viewed attacks against U.S. critical infrastructure as a means to create chaos and advance ideological goals, and have recently aspired to disrupt U.S. electric and communications critical infrastructure, including by spreading false or misleading narratives about 5G cellular technology,” the bulletin continued.
The heightened risk warning will end on June 7, 2022, according to the Department of Homeland Security.