The bill’s supporters say the informational material used overseas to influence foreign audiences is too good to not use at home, and that new techniques are needed to help fight Al-Qaeda, a borderless enemy whose own propaganda reaches Americans online.
“A CONSTITUTION OF GOVERNMENT ONCE CHANGED FROM FREEDOM, CAN NEVER BE RESTORED. LIBERTY, ONCE LOST, IS LOST FOREVER.”
- Congress May Reverse Ban On Domestic Distribution Of Propaganda Material (mediaite.com)
- The card-carrying flag-waving uniform-wearing borderless primitive but sophisticated yet abstract terrorists called Al Qaeda (intrepidreport.com)
- Could Al Qaeda be infiltrating the Syrian uprising? (latimesblogs.latimes.com)
- The Al Qaeda Numbers Game in Yemen (my.firedoglake.com)
- UN Chief Believes Al-Qaeda Behind Syrian Car Bombings (rferl.org)