Jeh Johnson, the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, has announced “a precautionary step” to protect federal government facilities from “small-scale attacks by a lone offender or a small group of individuals. “

The DHS directive will be carried out the Federal Protective Service, a federal law enforcement agency comprised of 900 employees and 15,000 contract security guards.

Johnson said the “reasons for this action are self-evident” following recent attacks in Canada and elsewhere. He also cited “continued public calls by terrorist organizations for attacks on the homeland.”

“Given world events, prudence dictates a heightened vigilance in the protection of U.S. government installations and our personnel.”

The move is “not based on any specific, credible information at this time indicating any active plot against government officials and law enforcement in the United States.’’

The corporate media has characterized recent violent incidents as coordinated lone wolf attacks by Islamic State supporters.

Details ignored in the quest to fabricate an Islamic attack on the West tell a different story, however.

Jihad or Mental Illness?

Michael Zehaf Bibeau, the man who shot dead two Canadian soldiers, was a mentally ill drug addict,according to his family. Bibeau was kicked out of a Vancouver mosque for his drug use and strange behavior.

“My son used to spend hours playing those war video games,” his mother said. “In looking at the event it reminded me of that except (that) now it was real life, people were real and got hurt.”

I’m not persuaded at all that mental illness is what’s driving these things,” RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson said in response. “He was quite deliberate, he was quite lucid, and he was quite purposeful in articulating the basis for his actions. And they were in respect, broadly, to Canada’s foreign policy, and also in respect of his religious beliefs,” Paulson told a Senate committee.

Martin Couture-Rouleau, the Québécois man who killed a Canadian Force Warrant Officer with his car, was also apparently mentally ill, according to friends. “People turned away from him, thinking he was crazy,” a friend said. His wife filed with the court to gain sole custody of their children due to changes in Couture-Rouleau’s behavior.

“Was this the result of a carefully planned terror plot or the haphazard acts of man suffering from mental delusions?” Peter Wheeland wrote last week. “If the objective was to terrify Canadians, he could certainly have chosen a more effective target and means than waiting in a suburban parking lot for someone in a military uniform to walk by. He could have made a more formal declaration of jihad than calling 911 while being chased and claiming he was acting on behalf of Allah.”

Written by KURT NIMMO
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