Well we all know Jihad is just a form of spiritual struggle. Nothing dangerous about that at all. Not like those dangerous militias that overthrew the legitimately elected government of King George III.
Department of Homeland Security to release its list of “keywords” that are used to by its agents to monitor Twitter, Facebook and other social networking sites.
The list, including phrases, reveals which words you probably want to avoid or else risk being flagged and eyeballed as a possible terrorist or someone who is otherwise posing threats to the United States. Words included such innocuous terms as: “Militia,” “exercise,” “cops,” “national security” and “facility.” Interestingly and of note, “jihad” was not included, nor were the words “Middle East,” “Arab,” “Muslim,” “terrorist” or “pressure cooker.” Perhaps those are on a different DHS red flag list?
That would be the list of the White House visitor logs.