The Good Old Boys in Missouri have produced a document on the 'threat' of Militiamen, and there towards the end of this 'academic' piece of work is the suggestion that you can tell a militiaman from his choice of Bumper sticker. If you think that Ron Paul talks sense you are a potential terrorist, if you have a Libertarian bumper sticker you have a better chance than most of being filed under T for Terrorist.
Basically if you are not for the Government that likes throwing your money around, there is something wrong with you. Needless to say that many prominent Libertarians are considering taking legal action against Governor Nixon (!)and the State of Missouri.
MIAC is a Government sponsored 'local intelligence' gathering unit, and guess what what the Yanks have got, you just know that Jackboot Jacqui will want as well. The difference ? Americans have a fully working FOI Act, we have a pale shadow of FOI with a Jack Straw Veto, so we have no idea what Spliff is upto.
Does any of this sound vaguely familiar-
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