Sunday, November 06, 2011

Homeland Security is Recruiting Hotel Guests to Report You.

Ten years after the September 11 attacks on the Pentagon and World Trade Center, the advancement of police-state policies in America, and the continuous effort to exacerbate the reaction of fear and hostility amongst the citizenry, not only continues, but has steadily increased, as the Fatherland Department of Homeland Security ratchets up its squeal-on-your-neighbor campaign once again.

Yes,  DHS has partnered, in their "If You See Something, Say Something™" campaign, with hotel television providers in an effort to recruit hotel guests to rat out their "neighbor" in the never ending "war on terror".  Welcome screens on 1.2 million hotel TV sets in Marriortt, Hilton, Sheraton, Holiday Inn and other American hotels will show a DHS public service announcement encouraging viewers to call law enforcement if they witness any suspicious activity during their travels.

Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano today joined American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) President and CEO Joe McInerney, LodgeNet Interactive Corporation Chairman and CEO Scott Petersen, and W Hotel General Manager Ed Baten to announce the new partnership between the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) “If You See Something, Say Something™” public awareness campaign and the AH&LA and LodgeNet—highlighting the Department’s continued partnership with the private sector to ensure our nation’s safety and security.

“This private sector partnership is another example of how DHS and our nation’s hospitality industry are working together to protect our country, recognizing that security and economic prosperity often go hand-in-hand,” said Secretary Napolitano. “Each of us has a role to play in helping keep America safe, and time and again, we have seen the value of public vigilance in thwarting terrorism. Sending the simple but effective “If You See Something, Say Something™” message to the millions of guests that stay at hotels and motels each year is a significant step in engaging the full range of partners in our homeland security efforts. America’s hospitality industry is a vital engine for job growth and sustainment—and with partnerships like this it is also becoming an increasingly important partner in our nation’s security.”
With the theme of turning citizens against citizens, in times of economic hardship, where people are looking for others to target their frustration, which is what this campaign is designed to do, how long is it, before DHS starts encouraging children to report their parents for their anti-government views?

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