I see that CBS News, Fox News, Michelle Malkin and a Judicial Watch blog also report on this document if you Google "Right-wing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment" to wit:
Weeks after an official state report on militia activity classified groups that oppose abortion and illegal immigration as domestic terrorists, a separate federal government document warns against right wing extremist violence by Americans who share similar concerns.
A new Homeland Security report warns of the possibility of violence by unnamed right wing extremists worried about illegal immigration, abortion, firearms restrictions, the loss of U.S. sovereignty and increasing federal power. The 10-page report ("Right-wing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment") classifies war veterans as particular threats.
"Returning veterans possess combat skills and experience that are attractive to right-wing extremists," the report states. The concern, according to Homeland Security officials, is that right wing extremists will attempt to recruit and radicalize veterans in order to boost their violent capacities.
Published by the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis, the document also implies that the election of an African American president and his expected policy changes are proving to be a driving force for right ring extremist recruitment and radicalization.
Just last month a Missouri State law enforcement report (“The Modern Militia”), with information partially gathered by federal law enforcement agencies, listed Christian conservatives and groups that oppose abortion and illegal immigration as domestic terrorists. Incredibly, the document completely omits domestic terror groups associated with fundamentalist Muslims or those connected to liberals such as extreme environmentalists.
The American Thinker comments:
Whatever happened to 'bring us together'?
March 25, 2012
In April 2009, less than three months after Barack Obama took office, the Department of Homeland Security issued a report entitled "Rightwing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment."
The super-duper-specialized Extremism and Radicalization Branch of the Homeland Environment Threat Analysis Division prepared the document, to help law enforcement officials on every level understand, "deter, prevent, preempt, or respond to terrorist attacks against the United States."
The findings of the report did not address the threat of terrorist attacks from Muslim extremists who have infiltrated our military, our government and our neighborhoods. Instead the report clumped together what they called 'rightwing extremists' into a terrorist threat group that included "hate-oriented" individuals such as disgruntled ex-military personnel, Second Amendment advocates, and pro-lifers.
Also identified were individuals who could potentially pose a problem based on their concerns over the overreaching arm of federal government, the economic downturn, joblessness, the growing radical Muslim problem, and illegal immigration. In essence, the Department of Homeland Security document was linking people with everyday anxieties to white supremacist nuts the government claimed were gearing up for violence because they resented an African-American president.
And despite an eyewitness report that may now cast the Zimmerman-Martin incident in a whole new light, the militant New Black Panther Party is still busily stapling posters on telephone poles demanding Trayvon Martin's Hispanic shooter, George Zimmerman, be taken by citizens "Dead or Alive."
So, while Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano tracks down 13,000 "unsafe hair dryers" on the border and Barack Obama, in between attending $38,500-a-head fundraisers, does his small part to help stoke racial turmoil, Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton are openly "capitalizing, recruiting, mobilizing, propagandizing and planning potential attacks." But so far neither the DHS nor the President of the United States have addressed the danger being posed to homeland security by left-wing extremists stirring racial unrest in America's already unstable black communities.