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We are a Nation of Laws and are being Governed by a Lawless President.
The American People must stand up and get involved now in further exposing the evil deeds and designs this man and his Motley Crew have for our Republic.
Our Freedom is in Serious Danger and time is of the essence.
The Mid Term Election of 2014 will be upon us before we know it and now is the time to rally the troops and get your friends and family educated and Registered to Vote in that Crucial Election.
The future of our Republic hangs in the balance.
- War Is Raging In The Hearts Of Men (govtslaves.info)
- By Our Readiness To Call Evil Good, 50 Years Later (crooksandliars.com)
- Wake up! There are NO 50 states. Not any more. (lunaticoutpost.com)
- America $17 Trillion in Debt and 47 Million on Food Stamps – The Lessons of the Wal-Mart Food Riots (forextv.com)
I am sure we have all heard some kind of a Conspiracy Theory at one time or another. With the advent of the Internet and Google Searches it has become much more prevalent in our times. So, what should we make of all these so called plots against us? You know, the average American Citizen. I have put together a sampling of videos and written information for you to view and consider. I don’t pretend to have the answers on these Theories, but I have to admit, I am looking at them a lot more seriously these days.
Let’s take a look: Secret Societies:
This speech was given just weeks before he was Assassinated in Dallas, Texas. What was he trying to say to the Press Corps that day? Was he trying to expose the Secret Society of which he spoke?
New World order:
Imagine that? The United States becoming a State within the confines of this One World Order and Governed by the United Nations. Guess we wouldn’t need Our Constitution anymore.
FEMA CONCENTRATION CAMPS:
This topic covers a span of time going back to around 1984 through present day. Let’s take a look at what has been uncovered since the revelation of a code named Top Secret called REX 84. A google search of that code name can be very enlightening.
Rex 84, short for Readiness Exercise 1984, is a contingency plan developed by the United States federal government to suspend the United States Constitution, declare martial law, place military commanders in charge of state and local governments, and detain large numbers of American citizens who were deemed to be “national security threats”, in the event that the President declared a “State of Domestic National Emergency”. The plan stated that events that might cause such a declaration would be widespread U.S. opposition to a U.S. military invasion abroad, such as if the United States were to directly invade Central America. To combat what the government perceived as “subversive activities”, the plan also authorized the military to direct ordered movements of civilian populations at state and regional levels.
Rex 84 was written by Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North, who was both the NSC White House Aide and NSC liaison to FEMA, and John Brinkerhoff, the deputy director of “national preparedness” programs for FEMA. They patterned the plan on a 1970 report written by FEMA chief Louis Giuffrida, at the Army War College, which proposed the detention of up to 21 million “American Negroes”, if there were a black militant uprising in the United States.  Existence of a master military contingency plan (of which REX-84 was a part), “Garden Plot” and a similar earlier exercise, “Lantern Spike” were originally revealed by journalist Ron Ridenhour, who summarized his findings in “Garden Plot and the New Action Army.”
The basic facts about Rex 84 and other contingency planning readiness exercises—and the potential threat they pose to civil liberties if fully implemented in a real operation—are taken seriously by scholars and civil libertarians.
But wait, there’s more:
I hope you found my little overview of these Conspiracy Theories somewhat enlightening. There is so much more to discover out there concerning the deeds of powerful men/women and their plans for you and I. Two Presidents, one a Democrat and the other a Republican have tried to warn us. Now it is up to us to be vigilant and prepared should any of these Conspiracy Theories ever become our Reality. Remember Marshal Law could be declared at a moments notice and Our Constitutional Rights would then be suspended.
- FEMA Concentration Camps: Locations and Corresponding Executive Orders! (thelastgreatstand.com)
- FEMA Puts Out Contractors to Build Emergency FEMA CAMPS W/IN 72 Hours Of Notice (dprogram.net)
- Why Did the U.S. Government Recently Purchase 30,000 Guillotines? (thelastgreatstand.com)
- Rex 84: FEMA’s Blueprint for Martial Law in America (peterbertini.wordpress.com)
- Why Does the Government Need Guillotines? (philosophers-stone.co.uk)
- Why Does The Government Need Guillotines? (amresolution.com)
- FEMA Camps: Is There One In Your State? (govtslaves.info)
Hat tip to Fox News for this report
Secret courts. Secret emails. Phone surveillance. Drones. The list of cloak-and-dagger tactics employed by the Obama administration — and those that preceded it — keeps growing, as NSA leaker Ed Snowden feeds classified materials to the media and other reports show the extent of the U.S. government’s more opaque dealings.
The latest was a report by The Associated Press that said the administration had military files about the Navy SEAL raid on Usama bin Laden’s hideout transferred to the CIA, where they would be harder to uncover by the press and public.
If this were any other administration, perhaps the fallout would be minimal. But President Obama ran on a message of open government. When he was sworn into office in 2009, he declared his presidency would be “the most open and transparent in history.”
Now in his second term, those claims have been challenged by a host of revelations — from controversies over secret mails to the steady drip of information about NSA surveillance. FoxNews.com takes a look at six controversies that have clouded the transparency message.
Arizona Sen. John McCain is still trying to get answers out of the Obama administration on why several of the president’s political appointees were caught using supposedly secret government email accounts to conduct official business.
“Four years ago you pledged to usher in a new era of government transparency,” McCain wrote in a June 17 letter to Obama. “Since then, however, your administration has habitually circumvented congressional oversight.”
McCain’s letter follows an investigation by The Associated Press that showed several of Obama’s high-level political appointees have been using private emails to do business.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, and former EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson, are just two of the federal officials who maintained private email accounts.
When asked about the account, Sebelius denied it was “secret.”
“There’s a public email and a private email,” she said, adding that anyone could formally request to have access to the information.
Sebelius said she needed a second account to deal with the influx of messages which sometimes reached 28,000. Administration officials defended the use of secondary accounts and said they are needed to keep their primary inboxes from overflowing. But others remain concerned that top-level government officials could hide sensitive information in the accounts that might go unchecked in FOIA requests.
When former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden told The Guardian and The Washington Post newspapers that the NSA could use its online data-mining system to monitor people without a warrant, several lawmakers spoke out on the practice that to many crossed a privacy line.
President Obama went on PBS and said he encouraged public debate on the balance between privacy and national security but critics say his words, and his administration’s actions just don’t jibe.
During a rare appearance on Capitol Hill in June, NSA Director Gen. Keith Alexander said the two programs disclosed by Snowden — one that gathers U.S. phone records and another designed to track Internet servers – were crucial in the fight against terrorism.
Alexander, also head of U.S. Cyber Command, said the government’s sweeping surveillance programs have helped thwart dozens of terrorist plots, including one on New York City’s subway system. Alexander’s testimony marked the first time an NSA official answered to Congress following the news that the agency was collecting phone records and Internet content.
3Fuzzy on FOIA?AP
It hasn’t been so sunny in the Obama White House for journalists and members of the public looking for information. Cause of Action – a conservative group that rates the transparency of government – gave the administration a C- for failing to provide requests for documents made under the Freedom of Information Act.
The group found that nearly three quarters of government agencies were unable to respond to their request for information within a 30-day window which is required by law.
A report released earlier this year by The Associated Press found the Obama administration frequently cited national security and internal deliberations as reasons why they could not comply with FOIA requests. The administration fully rejected more than one-third of requests, a slight increase over 2011, including cases when it couldn’t find records, a person refused to pay for copies or the request was determined to be improper.
4What Happened at IRS?AP
It’s been a rough few months for the Internal Revenue Service. In May, Americans were rocked by revelations that the tax collecting agency had unfairly targeted conservative groups for extra scrutiny when they applied for tax-exempt status.
Both parties and President Obama strongly condemned the tax agency’s actions, which led to the ousting of acting IRS Director Steven Miller. When asked if he supported the appointment of a special prosecutor, though, Obama said he thought working with Congress to investigate the case would be sufficient. That didn’t sit well with some lawmakers.
“The unifying themes of this town are an arrogance and view of the machinery of government to be a tool of partisanship,” Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, said. Republicans, who have held a series of hearings, remain concerned that the full story behind the scandal has not yet been told.
A top official implicated, Lois Lerner, recently refused to testify by citing her Fifth Amendment rights, though lawmakers are trying to compel her to return.
In July, acting IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel told workers the agency would be canceling employee bonuses for managers and is working to cancel bonuses for union workers too.
5Fast and FuriousAP
Republicans, despite extracting reams of documents and hours of testimony out of the Obama administration on the matter, are still fighting for more details about the Operation Fast and Furious debacle.
The gunwalking program was the largest in U.S. history and was run out of an Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives field office in Arizona. The plan was to sell guns to buyers and trace them in the black market as they crossed the U.S.-Mexico border, with the expectation they would lead federal officials to drug cartel leaders. The plan failed, and congressional inquiries followed.
As part of the fallout, Attorney General Eric Holder became the first Obama administration official to be held in contempt by the House for failing to cooperate with an official inquiry and hand over documents related to the 2009 plan. Republicans continue to fight in court for those documents — which Obama locked down by claiming executive privilege.
When pressed by lawmakers for information on the program, Holder advised the president that releasing documents related to Fast and Furious “would raise substantial separation of powers concerns” and potentially create an imbalance in the relationship” between Congress and the White House.
In July, Justice Department records linked two more deaths, including the fatal shooting of a police chief in Mexico, to the operation. According to Mexican officials, 210 people have either been killed or wounded as a result of Fast and Furious.
6ObamaCare: Behind Closed Doors?AP
When President Obama was on the campaign trail, he talked a good game about making the government more transparent. Specifically, he said he’d open up negotiations on what would come to be known as the Affordable Care Act, commonly referred to as ObamaCare, to the public. He was quoted in the press several times saying negotiations would be open to C-SPAN cameras.
“I’m going to have all the negotiations around a big table,” he said during a 2008 campaign event. “We’ll have doctors and nurses and hospital administrators. Insurance companies, drug companies – they’ll get a seat at the table, they just won’t be able to buy every chair. But what we will do is we’ll have the negotiations televised on C-SPAN.”
That did not happen.
More questions were being raised this week about the law, after the administration announced ahead of the July 4th holiday that it was delaying a key insurance mandate in the law. Lawmakers want to know what led to that decision, and what the fiscal consequences will be.
Is it too late to shut down the Blogs, cancel the Cell Phone and get off the Grid?
It would apparently seem so with the news coming out from the latest White House Scandal. NSA collecting all the data from a Free People is so 1984 and yet here we are in 2013 and only now finding out this has been going on for quite some time.
Perhaps it is too late to get off the Grid but then again where could you go in America where a Drone could not find you?
Just something to think about the next time our Liberal friends call us Fear Mongering Conspiracy Theorists for questioning this president
- Obama is Our Big Brother (newser.com)
- NSA Wants to Punish Big Brother Whistleblower (earththreats.com)
- Welcome Big Brother into your family (bangordailynews.com)
- Obama defends NSA surveillance: ‘Nobody is listening to your phonecalls’ (zdnet.com)
- Obama Deception : Obama Shamelessly Defended NSA Surveillance Programs (ufo-blogger.com)
- How Google, Facebook, Skype, Yahoo and AOL are all blatantly lying to their own users in denying NSA spy grid scheme (thetruthseeker.co.uk)
- Obama Defends Sweeping NSA Surveillance Program (usnews.com)
- Neil Macdonald: Big Brother is listening in and no one seems to care (cbc.ca)
NSA Whistleblowers’ Startling Claims: Records on 3 Billion Calls Collected Per Day — And It’s Not Just Verizon
NEW YORK (TheBlaze/AP) — The government knows who you’re calling.
Every day. Every call.
Former employees of the National Security Agency say the publishing of a court order asking Verizon to hand over all its phone calling records for a three-month period opens a new window on an operation that has been in place for years and involves all major U.S. phone companies.
“NSA has been doing all this stuff all along, and it’s been all these companies, not just one,” William Binney told news program Democracy Now on Thursday. “They’re just continuing the collection of this data on all U.S. citizens.”
British newspaper The Guardian late Wednesday released an order from the secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, requesting Verizon to give the NSA the details on every phone call on its landline and wireless networks on a daily basis between April 25 and July 19.
Binney estimates that the NSA collects records on 3 billion calls per day.
“These are routine orders,” said Thomas Drake, another NSA whistleblower. “What’s new is we’re seeing an actual order, and people are surprised by it.”
“We’ve been saying this for years from the wilderness,” Drake told Democracy Now. “But it’s like, hey, everybody went to sleep while the government is collecting all these records.”
Drake started working for the NSA in 2001 and blew the whistle on what he saw as a wasteful and invasive program at the agency. He was later prosecuted for keeping classified information. Most of the charges were dropped before trial, and he was sentenced to one year of probation and community service.
The NSA’s original charter was to eavesdrop on communications between countries, not inside the U.S. That expansion of its mission appears to have happened after 9/11, but the agency has continuously denied that it spies on domestic communications.
In March, for instance, NSA spokeswoman Vanee Vines, emailed an Associated Press reporter about a story that described the NSA as a monitor of worldwide Internet data and phone calls.
“NSA collects, monitors, and analyzes a variety of FOREIGN signals and communications for indications of threats to the United States and for information of value to the U.S. government,” she wrote. “FOREIGN is the operative word. NSA is not an indiscriminate vacuum, collecting anything and everything.”
Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile USA, three of the largest phone companies, said they had no comment on the matter. A representative from Sprint did not respond to a message. Verizon’s general counsel emailed employees Thursday saying that the company has an obligation to obey court orders, but did not confirm the existence of an order.
James Bamford, a journalist and author of several books on the NSA, said it’s very surprising to see that the agency tracks domestic calls, including local calls. In 2006, USA Today reported that the NSA was secretly collecting a database of domestic call information. However, some phone companies denied any involvement in such a program.
Bamford’s assumption was that the uproar over a separate, post-9/11 warrantless wiretapping program and the departure of the Bush administration meant that the NSA had been reined in.
“Here we are, under the Obama administration, doing it sort of like the Bush administration on steroids,” he said in an interview with the Associated Press. “This order here is about as broad as it can possibly get, when it comes to focusing on personal communications. There’s no warrant, there’s no suspicion, there’s no probable cause … it sounds like something from East Germany.”
Bamford believes the NSA collects the call records at a huge, newly built data center in Bluffdale, Utah.
The gathering of all this personal information by our government can only lead to and be used for thing and one thing only. It will be used to incriminate American Patriots who oppose this corrupt administration. Those ‘rumors’ of Fema Camps are most likely true and they have prepared a place for us once Obama decides America is ripe for the taking. Mark my words, this is all a part of a master plan for the ‘Fundamental Transformation of America’.
- NSA whistleblowers say agency casts wide net (miamiherald.com)
- NSA whistleblowers say agency casts wide net (fresnobee.com)
- NSA whistleblowers say agency casts wide net (cnsnews.com)
- NSA Says It Doesn’t Spy On Americans As Obama Administration Defends Letting NSA Spy On Americans (techdirt.com)
- Connecting the Dots: A Timeline of NSA’s Spying (theblaze.com)
- The Guardian’s Bombshell Revelation About NSA Domestic Spying Is Only The Tip Of The Iceberg (businessinsider.com)
- Is Anyone Really Surprised the NSA Is Currently Spying on Millions of Americans? (motherboard.vice.com)
- NSA whistleblowers: Records On 3 Billion Calls Collected Per Day, All Major U.S. Phone Companies Involved (patdollard.com)
- NSA whistleblowers say agency casts wide net (onlineathens.com)
The Depravity of Liberalism, an Ideology of Hate and Violence
Hollywood gives us all the spectrum of a depraved lifestyle as we watch daily on the news the events in the lives of those who have found fame and fortune in a world gone mad. A culture of people who have it all and yet are never satisfied and are always craving more. Alcohol, Drugs, Sex, and sometimes violence seem to fill in the blanks of this Liberal Lifestyle in an endless array of headlines that expose these so called Role Models of our Society. Perhaps this has spilled over into the main stream liberal society as we watch the drama of the Liberal Movement in America.
A true Culture of Hate and Violence is emerging on the American Scene and thanks to Video phones we are seeing first hand the true nature of the Liberal Agenda.
Could this be the Cause?
DRD4 Liberal Genetic Code
Scientists Find ‘Liberal Gene’
Researchers have determined that genetics could matter when it comes to some adults’ political leanings.
According to scientists at UC San Diego and Harvard University, “ideology is affected not just by social factors, but also by a dopamine receptor gene called DRD4.” That and how many friends you had during high school.
The study was led by UCSD’s James Fowler and focused on 2,000 subjects from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health. Scientists matched the subjects’ genetic information with “maps” of their social networks. According to researchers, they determined that people “with a specific variant of the DRD4 gene were more likely to be liberal as adults.” However, the, subjects were only more likely to have leanings to the left if they were also socially active during adolescence.
“It is the crucial interaction of two factors — the genetic predisposition and the environmental condition of having many friends in adolescence — that is associated with being more liberal,” according to the study.
- Constraining and Restraining the Liberal Migration. Our only Hope (ireporters.wordpress.com)
- Cass Sunstein: The Poster Boy for “Inside Every Liberal is a Totalitarian Screaming to Get Out.” (frontpagemag.com)
- The US’s 10 Most Liberal States (insidermonkey.com)
The discussion of target shooting, hunting, and “sporting purposes” is moot. There is no debate about taking away someone’s single shot trap gun or little double barrel dove gun. Anyone can look at the U.K., where firearms are not an acceptable form of self defense. Yet, they are allowed to break pieces of clay and kill released pheasants despite the lack of a 2nd Amendment. Some of the most oppressive regimes of the world grant scatter-gun privileges.
It is a foolish discussion, as breaking pieces of clay needs no protection. It is the same with the 1st Amendment, for non-controversial speech needs no protection. It is only the controversial, perhaps unsavory, perhaps troubling to some type of speech that needs protection. You may be disgusted with flag-burning, but that is protected free speech.
The way rights are constrained and taken away is not hard to figure out; history shows exactly how it happens over and over again. A classic method is to covert a Right to a Privilege. Once that is accomplished, it opens up the hoary “what do you NEED it for” dialogue. If compelled to show a need, it is no longer a Right. The correct answer to “What Do You Need it For?” is called nobody’s business.
Gutting the 2nd Amendment takes time, the most crazed anti-gunners know this. Unable to directly void the 2nd Amendment, they are clever enough to chip away at it, gobble up the perimeters, and divide the U.S. gun-owner. Knowing that Americans are a selfish lot and largely care only about the rights that they choose to personally exercise, it is throw bones and false assurances to hunters and target shooters so they are sheeped into inaction, feeling good that their little part of the firearm world is not imperiled.
Now, the standard fare is to relabel, mislabel, and recast that which they wish to ban. Self-loading rifles are now “assault weapons” as are some pistols, weapons of war, weapons of mass destruction, the scourge of Mankind. Sheep a mindless population into believing repeating rifles and pistols are the same as Armed Predator Drones, landmines, booby traps, and rocket-propelled grenades and you are well on your way.
Also, soft pedal and dumb down the actual facts: gun crime has declined in the United States by over 50% in the last twenty years. Gun crime declines year after year, according to the FBI, but the facts don’t mess with the emotional “we have to do something” shrill mantra of the uninformed. Standard technique: over-report gun crime, sensationalize it, don’t mention that gun control was a massive failure in Canada and that Mexico has some of the most radical gun laws in the world– but extremely high crime. Also, never report that over 2,000,000 times every year, crimes are thwarted by U.S. private citizens with guns. That needs to be kept hush-hush, for it doesn’t not work with the gun-grabster dialogue.
Beyond that, lie. Lie like crazy, lie on Capitol Hill. Sit there with a straight face and tell people that 40% of the nasty crime guns come from gun shows. Lie, lie, lie. Don’t let the sheep of America ever know that according to the FBI data from 1997, 2% of the firearms acquired by Federal inmates came from gun shows.
We know that Federal inmates, those convicted of crime, get 2% of their firearms from gun shows. 2%, yet recently in the Senate hearings 40% was stated as fact. It is a factual lie, but that doesn’t matter . . . for the gunshow has been re-branded as a “loophole” and if you cry “loophole” loud and long enough, some people will actually start to believe it. Overstating gun shows as a source of firearms for criminals by TWENTY TIMES is no accounting error: it is an amazingly bold, easily discernible lie.
One can only hope that the American public will grow weary of being lied to and treated like sea-slug stupid sheep, not constituents. We should vote for candidates to actually protect rights, not steal them away.
- The Second Amendment is my Gun Permit! (twighlightslastgleaming.wordpress.com)