A typical example of domestic terrorism is so-called global warming. The global warming scam is a scientifically impossible scenario conjured up for no other reason than to incite public hysteria. It's purpose is to induce us to allow the government to encroach further upon our lives and liberties in the name of protecting us – from a threat that never existed.
Ohgodourkidsarefat hysteria was invented by First Woman Michelle Obama (mainly from boredom, I suspect) to induce us to allow the federal government to dictate what our kids are fed in school. No proof has ever been offered that our kids are any fatter than they've ever been – or that the federal government knows diddly about proper nutrition.
Ohmygodracism hysteria has several purposes. It's most obvious, as invoked by the Managed State Media, is to insulate a black president from responsibility for his mistakes and deliberate violations of the law. It is also invoked indiscriminately by liberals to deflect criticism of their misguided activities and delusions.
Recently, President Obama has been drumming up fairshare hysteria – again. Fairshare hysteria is an attempt to convince the 50% of Americans who pay no taxes that the 50% of us who do are not paying enough to support them.
Then there's whiteracist hysteria, fomented by opportunists like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson to induce black people to contribute more of their taxpayer supplied welfare funds to the coffers of Sharpton and Jackson Enterprises.
Gunsarebad hysteria is the most pernicious of all federally induced hysterias. It is invoked in our schools in an attempt to indoctrinate our progeny with anti-Constitutional fervor. It is exacerbated by the Managed State Media to try to convince us that a disarmed America would be a safer, more serene America. It's end purpose, of course, is to enable the federal government to control our lives and confiscate our liberties uninhibited by that pesky Second Article of the Bill of Rights.
These and other hysteria agitations are all engineered to frighten and confuse us. Frightened and confused people don't think straight, and that is precisely what the federal government wants. If you're not thinking straight, you will accept whatever illogical solutions to the non-existent crisis the government may present.
The next time you hear someone yelling, "The sky is falling!" ask yourself not what you can do to address the alleged crisis; ask yourself what you can do to refute the underpinning of the panic assault.