No, I do not support this because it seems to be an act of fear. The world is only a scary place when you continue to act as if it is. Acting as if everyone is out to get you is catering to fear which leads to paranoia. Instead of "combating it" befriend it. Practice diplomatic behavior mindfully. We should be focusing on bringing in programs into government jobs that allow for everyone there to practice mindfulness in their jobs. We all need it, and it's been proven to be an effective tool for stress management. I can imagine the kind of panic or level of stress many of the people operating in government may encounter from news, or information that was relayed to them that may be distressing, and then reacting to that information while in the state of that reaction. We function best when we practice not acting on the irrational reaction that is emotion, and maintaining calm. I for one would be overjoyed with programs put in place for government officials to become calm, higher performing individuals so that collectively they can get things done more efficiently. That is truly something I'd be willing to put my tax dollars towards. If you provide them the tools to manage their stress and problem solve more efficiently even during more high stress events, we will have a flourishing country as a result. A country run by people who embody wakefulness, who make the collaborative effort to serve the people of the nation instead of ending up serving themselves because they feel they're alone, or because they feel it is impossible to take care of everyone.