NSA Now Sending Terrorism Task Force Teams To Homes Over Personal Internet Searches?

Demonstrators Protest NSA Surveillance (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

By Shepard Ambellas
August 1, 2013

According to Michelle Cantalano, six agents from the Joint Terrorism Task Force (TTF) showed up at her and her husbands residence Wednesday, after being prompted by NSA algorithm authorities that the couple had been searching for pressure cooker and backpacks on the Internet.

What kind of world do we live in now where one can not search for simple household items like a “pressure cooker”? God forbid you search the Internet for a “backpack”. If you did you yourself may be deemed a terrorist.

You see, there is a massive psychological operation at play here. One in which will trick most of the populace and people will fall for it lockstep.

The fact remains that people do indeed fear their own government. In fact, many people whom I have spoken with throughout my lifetime even play into every official government story you can imagine. I have heard it all. People saying that the official story of the JFK assassination is true, believing the “magic bullet” theory over common sense. The same goes for events such as the attacks on the World Trade Center (WTC) in September of 2001, or the more recent Sandy Hook School Shooting.

Michelle Cantalano wrote, “What happened was this: At about 9:00 am, my husband, who happened to be home yesterday, was sitting in the living room with our two dogs when he heard a couple of cars pull up outside. He looked out the window and saw three black SUVs in front of our house; two at the curb in front and one pulled up behind my husband’s Jeep in the driveway, as if to block him from leaving.

Six gentleman in casual clothes emerged from the vehicles and spread out as they walked toward the house, two toward the backyard on one side, two on the other side, two toward the front door.

A million things went through my husband’s head. None of which were right. He walked outside and the men greeted him by flashing badges. He could see they all had guns holstered in their waistbands.

“Are you [name redacted]?” one asked while glancing at a clipboard. He affirmed that was indeed him, and was asked if they could come in. Sure, he said.

They asked if they could search the house, though it turned out to be just a cursory search. They walked around the living room, studied the books on the shelf (nope, no bomb making books, no Anarchist Cookbook), looked at all our pictures, glanced into our bedroom, pet our dogs. They asked if they could go in my son’s bedroom but when my husband said my son was sleeping in there, they let it be.

Meanwhile, they were peppering my husband with questions. Where is he from? Where are his parents from? They asked about me, where was I, where do I work, where do my parents live. Do you have any bombs, they asked. Do you own a pressure cooker? My husband said no, but we have a rice cooker. Can you make a bomb with that? My husband said no, my wife uses it to make quinoa. What the hell is quinoa, they asked.

They searched the backyard. They walked around the garage, as much as one could walk around a garage strewn with yard working equipment and various junk. They went back in the house and asked more questions.

Have you ever looked up how to make a pressure cooker bomb? My husband, ever the oppositional kind, asked them if they themselves weren’t curious as to how a pressure cooker bomb works, if they ever looked it up. Two of them admitted they did.


By this point they had realized they were not dealing with terrorists. They asked my husband about his work, his visits to South Korea and China. The tone was conversational.”

The fact that this even happened in America is very disturbing. All of this is leading us down a road as a nation that we do not want to go. This is all part of the bigger plan, likely orchestrated by the puppet masters who actually pull the strings, in conjunction with members of the media, Hollywood and so on.

The ultimate plan is to scare you as a free thinking individual that you can’t access knowledge on the Internet. You can’t learn. You simply are not allowed. Why? Because you are scared the TTF will raid you.

Does this make sense?

We need to stand up now. We should not be afraid to educate ourselves by searching the Internet.







One thought on “NSA Now Sending Terrorism Task Force Teams To Homes Over Personal Internet Searches?

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