Worried about the government looking over your shoulder and possibly even blacklisting you? Then you need to be aware of a little-known word list that immediately puts you on their radar.
It’s called the “glossary of terms,” and should you use any words contained in it, it’s likely that the FBI will begin monitoring your online activity, as well as your daily life.
According to documents from the Oversight Project of the Heritage Foundation, violence or potential violence patterns have been spotted in those using a few key terms. And so the Federal Bureau of Investigation is doing what it can to flag those using such words and keep track of their movements, both online and in the physical world.
So what are these apparently dangerous words and phrases?
You might be shocked to learn that they all seem pretty docile. Such as the term “red pill.”
If you are a Matrix fan, you likely know that this is a reference to having one’s eyes opened to reality. Once you’ve taken a red pill in the films, you no longer see the world the “machines” have created for us to believe but see the supposed truth.
Naturally, the use of such a term is usually applied to those of us who are apt to not believe certain narratives the political left is spinning. Should you question elections, the efficacy of vaccines, etc., you’ve been “red-pilled.” And to use such terminology is apparently a sign to the FBI that you might soon engage in violent activity.
According to that agency, “in the context of RMVE (Racially or Ethically Motivated Extremism) ideology, taking the red pill or becoming ‘red-pilled’ indicates the adoption of racist, anti-Semitic or fascist beliefs.”
Another term to use sparingly is Chad or Stacy.
Rather than just being someone’s name, these terms can also refer to someone who seems to be good at attracting the opposite sex. What used to be referred to as a “ladies’ man” is now a “Chad.” Its female counterpart is a “Stacy.”
And just as naturally, the opposite of these people have been given a name, too. Known as “incels” or “involuntary celibates,” these individuals seem doomed to be alone for the rest of their life and usually have difficulties getting the attention of those of the opposite sex.
So why is any of this a concern to the FBI?
Well, apparently, over the years, a number of violent acts have been carried out by incels, resulting in an “Involuntary Celibate Violent Extremism” list. Obviously, being sexually frustrated or similar can lead someone to do some rather rash things.
The FBI says, “While most incels do not engage in violence, IVEs have conducted at least five lethal attacks in the United States and Canada.”
So they are watching for any use of terms such as incels, Chad, Stacy, or “looksmaxxing,” which is the process of working on yourself to make yourself more attractive.
Be careful about the words you use online. In the event the FBI is watching and does choose to pay you a visit, there are a few things to keep in mind:
- Ask for proof that they are with the FBI.
- Don’t let them into your home without a warrant.
- Don’t speak to them without a lawyer present.
If you’re a bit nervous about what you say online, you might want to go ahead and close your social media accounts now. After all, you never know what the FBI could determine is hate speech next.