Over the years I posted messages on topics that triggered liberal bile more than did messages about a current news story. Global government was one such topic. Yesterday’s column by Doug Hagmann says this:
Once thought to be the fanciful designs of the conspiracy minded, there appears to be an acceleration toward one world governance, or the infamous “New World Order.” It is an agenda that has been in place for decades, yet the politically myopic and the agent facilitators deliberately avoid any discussion of its existence. Exposure of this agenda has been hobbled by the merger of major news organizations into a half-dozen corporations who control what is reported. Even many who present themselves as purveyors of the truth decline to discuss the globalist agenda, or are held hostage by big money contracts with editorial stipulations and controls.
My opposites were not so polite. To them, I was more than conspiracy-minded, I was Chicken Little screaming the sky is falling down.
When I spoke up for America’s sovereignty, I was called a 1930s isolationist living in a world grown too small for independent nations —— doublespeak for too small for individual liberties. Smoot-Hawley was trotted out like clockwork as proof that sovereignty is the shortest route to hell on earth.
When I pointed out that isolationism was dead and buried; killed by rapid communications, air travel, international markets, trade, tourism, and legal immigration in every country except Communist countries, I was painted as the one who was trying to enslave Americans behind walls. Ron Paul is getting a taste of what I am talking about because he is being disparaged as an “isolationist.”
To Democrats, enslaving the entire human race behind the wall the global government crowd is building is somehow desirable although not one UN-loving traitor ever explained why.
Time and time again I said “Never let Democrats get anywhere the intelligence community.” I also railed against putting all of America’s intelligence agencies under one umbrella controlled by a Director of National Intelligence because I knew that sooner or later a president like Hussein would use it against private sector Americans. The reason for my fears is obvious in the following:
Structure of the United States Homeland Security Council (Current)
Barack Obama (President of the United States)
Joe Biden (Vice President of the United States)
Tim Geithner (Secretary of the Treasury)
Leon Panetta (Secretary of Defense)
Eric Holder (Attorney General)
Kathleen Sebelius (Secretary of Health and Human Services)
Ray LaHood (Secretary of Transportation)
Janet Napolitano (Secretary of Homeland Security)Craig Fugate (Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency)
Robert Mueller (Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation)
John Brennan (Homeland Security Advisor)
General Martin E. Dempsey (Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff)
William Daley (Chief of Staff)
Ron Klain (Chief of Staff to the Vice President)
Thomas Donilon (Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs)
Jeffrey Zients, acting (Director of the Office of Management and Budget)
Hillary Rodham Clinton (Secretary of State)
Tom Vilsack (Secretary of Agriculture)
Ken Salazar (Secretary of the Interior)
Steven Chu (Secretary of Energy)
Hilda Solis (Secretary of Labor)
Gary Locke (Secretary of Commerce)
Eric Shinseki (Secretary of Veterans Affairs)
Lisa P. Jackson (Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency)
Gene Sperling (Assistant to the President for Economic Policy)
Melody Barnes (Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy)
Forget the individuals on the HSC if you’re squeamish about questioning their loyalty, just look at their titles and ask yourself: What the hell does that have to do with protecting this country from foreign enemies? Start with the Environmental Protection Agency; an agency that is more anti-America, and more dangerous, than a nuclear Iran could ever be.
And if you think electing an establishment Republican just to get rid of Hussein is going to get the garbage on the Homeland Security Council out of government you better see a gaggle of psychiatrists before November 6, 2012. Doug Hagmann has it right:
One must also question the obvious continuity of agenda from the Bush administration to the Obama administration, and from the congress seated in 2001 through today. Despite pro-Constitutional campaign rhetoric from both Republicans and Democrats, and the rapid acquiescence of some TEA party candidates who now occupy seats of power, it is obvious that the rights of Americans granted by the very Constitution elected officials swore to uphold are under attack. Why the change?
Mr. Hagmann is rightly concerned with H.R. 1540:
“. . . Barack Hussein Obama signed into law H.R. 1540, better known as the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Regardless of any concurrent executive signing statements that are mere window dressing and not legally binding, Obama and every member of congress who crafted and voted for this act has essentially declared war on American citizens on U.S. soil.”
The coming war inside America
Doug Hagmann Monday, January 2, 2012
I am much more concerned with FEMA Camps:
Of all the rumors flying around on the internet, one just refuses to die, and it concerns America's FEMA camps.
In a nutshell, there seems to be a solicitation of bids occurring for the staffing of FEMA camps within 72 hours of implementation by an order from either Homeland Security or the president. This situation begs to be investigated, with special consideration paid to the motives of the present administration.
I went to the source, the FedBizOpps.gov, and searched for the solicitation number HSFEHQ-10-R-0027, titled National Responder Support Camp.
A search of the history of the amendments to this Solicitation for Contract showed that it had been modified several times, with the last modification -- number 0008, with an original date of letting out to bid with a synopsis of May 13, 2011 -- occurring on December 16, 2011. This last modification rescinded the solicitation, with said modification's purpose noted as follows:
January 2, 2012
New Nationwide FEMA Camps Should Raise Eyebrows
By Alan P. Halbert
At least H.R. 1540 is out in the open. The connection between FEMA Camps and Hussein’s Ready Reserve Corps remains invisible to the public’s eye. Everything I said in this OP is reality:
This excerpt makes the connection to FEMA Camps and Hussein’s Schutzstaffel:
“You can bet that most of the men and women in the armed services are less than thrilled with Hussein’s Ready Reserve Corps. They are fighting in foreign lands to protect this country while Hussein is arming and empowering his personal army here at home. The Ready Reserve Corps was designed to be a para-military force before it found its way into the healthcare bill. Originally, Hussein called for a civilian national security force. In a speech on July 2, 2008 then-Senator Obama said:”
"We cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives that we've set. We've got to have a civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded."
The machinery is in place.
Finally, conservative must think in terms of a two phase battle against those people. Stopping them is phase 1. Tearing down the infrastructure they have been building for decades is phase 2.