Teenagers are generally blissfully unaware that law enforcement agencies are creating cyber units to track and investigate developing ways that criminals, or would-be criminals, research, socialize, and plot nefarious actions, from child molestation to domestic terrorism. The Boston Marathon bombing suspects, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, fit this profile: One maintained a YouTube page and the other a Twitter feed, where both promoted the teachings of a radical Muslim cleric, alongside innocuous postings about music and sports. For law enforcement officials, filtering what does and does not constitute a threat is a delicate balancing act that, since the April 15 bombing, may be tilting to the side of additional caution.
So I found this article via David Icke’s site.
It shows a young guy that is being put in prison for 20 years for making a rap song that was considered terrorism to the US state.
Why anyone in their right mind would take a young man’s blowing off steam in a rap song so seriously would usually not drive me to say anything.
In this case it is clearly this guy is being made into an example of what happens if you say things online that the cabal does not like.
The purpose of this move to throw the book at him is to silence opposition to anything the cabal does.
The subtext is that you are always being monitored and anything you say and do will be used against you for the purposes of scaring other peons.