More Surveillance State Moves: The U.S. Will Lose Liberty Before (And If) It’s Restored
Jeremiah Johnson, December 3rd, 2018
In previous articles, I outlined the three methods the globalists are most likely to use (in order of preference) to finish off the U.S. and usher in their Globalist-Corporatist-Oligarchic world government. They are as such:
1. A lethal bio-engineered virus
2. An Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) “Event” – defined as either an attack by a foreign entity (such as North Korea, China, or Russia), or a “domestic self-infliction” subsequently blamed on one or more of the listed former.
3. A nuclear war
For skeptics and rabid naysayers who attacked previous articles regarding the threat posed by North Korea outlined over the past several years, information from the U.S. Air Force was posted the other day that may make you want to “reanalyze” your stance. As I mentioned before, I’m just the messenger: the information has been gathered over the years by men such as Pry and Graham who headed the former Committee to brief Congress on the EMP Threat against the United States.
That same Committee was de-funded (in this administration), and rendered defunct. According to the Air Force 2018 report, the mothballing of the Committee was premature. The Washington Examiner’s Paul Bedard wrote an article released 11/30/2018 entitled, “Military warns EMP attack could wipe out America, democracy, world order.” Here’s an excerpt:
Working in Texas, in the panhandle, there are few bookstores. There are convenience stores aplenty, some fast food joints, a number of BBQ spots along US 287 and oil, of course. Bookstores? Not many, but I did find a rather storied one in Archer City.
Wandering the almost overwhelming inventory sent my mind in many different directions. I love history, political theory, the literary masters, etc. This bookstore has the greatest selection of rare and valuable books I have ever seen, if a bit haphazard in their stock due to the fact that they are all used books.
Anyone who loves books, especially used books, understands that there is a mystical sort of "voice in the wilderness" quality to searching for a book in a used bookstore. It is not so much that you go looking for it, as you wait to be inexorably drawn to it. I was wandering such a bookstore once and there on the shelf, for the most ungodly of reasons, was a geophysical log interpretation manual that I just had to have.
This is how I came upon Pontynen and Miller's "Western Culture at the Crossroads."
The book attempts to explain in a scholarly way the issues many of us have been writing about for years, a thing Mike Vanderboegh said in Lies of Omission, that we are a nation not "divided" so much as diametrically opposed to each other. While nothing, so far, has been revealed in the book that is not already known (it was published in 2011) it attempts to go further back with the explanation for what we are currently witnessing on a large and vivid scale.
The US is currently in 31 other national emergencies. Here's what that means.
By Indra Ekmanis, January 11, 2019 · 2:45 PM EST Updated: February 15, 2019 · 4:15 PM EST
Editor's note: This story was updated Friday, Feb. 15, 2019.
US President Donald Trump declared a national emergency over border wall funding Friday, Feb. 15, making this the country's 32nd on-going state of emergency. The same day, Trump also signed a hard-negotiated bipartisan Congressional spending bill, which many hoped would mitigate an emergency declaration. But the bill falls $6.5 billion short of what the president wanted for a wall on the US-Mexico border.
Declaring a national emergency to appropriate funds for a border wall has been one of the few ways out of the political stalemate, which resulted in a 35-day partial government shutdown over wall funding during December and January — the longest shutdown in US history. Approving the spending bill while declaring the emergency averts a second shutdown, but the administration is already being sued just hours after Trump's annoucement. Legislative responses could follow. Critics are also concerned about the precedent this move will set for future administrations.
“There absolutely will be legal challenges and so this is not an easy path for the president to take by any means. It's not like he can snap his fingers, say 'there's an emergency' and get it done,” Elizabeth Goitein, co-director of the Liberty and National Security Program at New York University's Brennan Center, told The World last month.
Still, even if the president's action over appropriating funds for the border wall is blocked, the US will technically remain in crisis. There are an another 31 active national emergencies in the US right now — including an additional three that have been declared under Trump, and one that dates back to Jimmy Carter's administration in the late 1970s.
What qualifies as a national emergency? No one really knows — there is no clear federal definition. But a declaration does give the president special and far-reaching powers, including those that would normally be illegal. Under the National Emergencies Act of 1976, the president is required to specify which of the 136 statutory powers they want to use, but these powers don't have to match the emergency identified. That means, for example, Trump could conceivably use a national emergency to control communications systems — including the Internet — in addition to appropriating Department of Defense funds to build a wall along the southern border.
“It's almost a certainty that we would see misuses, abuses of emergency powers,” says Goitein. “My concern is that it could be the kinds of abuses that really could undermine our democracy.”
DiGenova: 'We Are In a Civil War ... I Vote and I Buy Guns'
By Michael W. Chapman | February 22, 2019 | 1:31 PM EST
Commenting on the double standard the political left and the liberal media play -- conservatives are pilloried and leftists are coddled -- former U.S. Attorney Joe diGenova explained that America is in a "civil war" now and that things will get much worse before they get better -- "total war."
DiGenova, who also served as special counsel to investigate the Teamsters and as counsel to the Senate Select Intelligence Committee, made his remarks on the Feb. 21 edition of The Laura Ingraham Podcast.
iprazhm: I live in Fl and Rubio used to be the Florida Speaker of the House. As Speaker, he refused to allow bills on the floor for a vote, that hindered illegal aliens. On CNN, he said that he's willing to take the right to own a gun from Florida citizens. Traitor
May 16, 2019 18:55:29 GMT -5
iprazhm: “I absolutely believe that in this country if you are 18 years of age, you should not be able to buy a rifle, and I will support a law that takes that right away,” U.S Senator Marco Rubio Fl qz.com/1213296/parkland-florida-shooting-fou
May 16, 2019 18:56:09 GMT -5
avordvet: If a citizen is old enough to carry a rifle in the military service, then they are old enough to buy/own a weapon and exercise their god-given natural right to self-defense.
May 21, 2019 4:37:28 GMT -5
iprazhm: I have come to believe that God placed Trump in office to help Israel, and nothing else. He is clearly not there to secure the republic or promote decency. Only when the people return to serving Christ, will our country return to being great again.
Jun 1, 2019 18:15:16 GMT -5
avordvet: Welcome thomas
Aug 12, 2019 14:49:27 GMT -5
avordvet: Welcome cloudbound1
Aug 16, 2019 4:01:08 GMT -5
walfred: Threat level-HIGH....Level of Readiness-MAXIMUM
Oct 7, 2019 1:54:10 GMT -5
iprazhm: Invaluable information.
Mar 23, 2020 14:40:22 GMT -5
avordvet: Welcome phatday3
May 19, 2020 4:12:22 GMT -5