Our New Anahuac
Right And Left United
Against New Government Spy Networking Offices
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It is difficult to find a government program which is criticized by both Fox News and Democracy Now but fusion centers seem to fit the bill. Even many avid news watchers have never heard of fusion centers, despite the fact that the federal government has set up around sixty of them throughout the country.
Put plainly, fusion centers are government spy networking offices. They were originally set up to “connect the dots” between and through intelligence agencies, after 9/11. The idea was that differing intelligence agencies each had information but they had neither the inclination nor the mechanism to share information.
Lately, however, it seems that these centers have been used to gather information on regular citizens who seem to have even a moderately different opinion than the mainstream. FoxNews.com was quick to quip “If you’re an anti-abortion activist, or if you display political paraphernalia supporting a third-party candidate or a certain Republican member of Congress, if you possess subversive literature, you very well might be a member of a domestic paramilitary group (according to the fusion centers),” summing up a report entitled the Modern Militia Movement created by the Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC), one of the fusion centers created by Homeland Security.