Feb 9 2015
HEY, PARENTS! The Obama Regime wants to know: Is your child a potential Islamic terrorist? Or as Obama likes to call it a “violent extremist?”
Don’t be surprised if you get this in the mail, even if you aren’t a Muslim. This crap was unheard of until we started allowing Muslims to flood into this country under Barack Hussein Obama.
The Intercept Are you, your family or your community at risk of turning to
violent extremism Islamic terrorism? That’s the premise behind a rating system devised by the National Counterterrorism Center, according to a document marked For Official Use Only and obtained by The Intercept.
The document–and the rating system–is part of a wider strategy for Countering
Violent Extremism Islamic Terrorism, which calls for local community and religious leaders to work together with law enforcement and other government agencies.
The White House has made this approach a centerpiece of its response to (MUSLIM) terrorist attacks around the world and in the wake of the Paris (MUSLIM TERRORIST) attacks, announced plans to host an international summit on Countering
Violent Extremism MUSLIM TERRORISM on February 18th.
The rating system, part of a 36-page document dated May 2014 and titled “Countering
Violent Extremism Islamic Terrorism: A Guide for Practitioners and Analysts,” suggests that police, social workers and educators rate individuals on a scale of one to five in categories such as: “Expressions of Hopelessness, Futility,” “Talk of Harming Self or Others,” and “Connection to (MUSLIM) Group Identity (Race, Nationality, Religion, Ethnicity).”
The ranking system is supposed to alert government officials to individuals at risk of turning to radical violence, and to families or communities at risk of incubating (ISLAMIC) extremist ideologies.
Families are judged on factors such as “Aware[ness] of Each Other’s Activities,” as well as levels of “Parent-Child Bonding,” and communities are rated by access to health care and social services, in addition to “presence of (MUSLIM) ideologues or recruiters (IMAMS)” as potential risk factors. (Regular attendance at a mosque)
A low score in any of these categories would indicate a high risk of “susceptibility to engage in violent extremism Islamic terrorism,” according to the document. It encourages users of the guide to plot the scores on a graph to determine what “interventions” could halt the process of (Islamic) radicalization before it happens.
“The idea that the federal government would encourage local police, teachers, medical and social service employees to rate the (MUSLIM) communities, (MUSLIM) individuals and (MUSLIM) families they serve for their potential to become (ISLAMIC) terrorists is abhorrent on its face,” said Mike German, a former FBI agent who is now with the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law. German called the criteria used for the ratings “subjective and specious.” (Especially when used for non-Muslim families)