Posts Tagged ‘Police State


Corexit Is Killing The Gulf


Facts About The Goldman Sachs Charges By The SEC

-The world economy will certainly crash if Goldman Sachs fails.

-The SEC accusing Goldman Sachs of fraud is hilarious.  The Federal Reserve and the IMF own the SEC, and all of the players of the Fed and IMF are Goldman Sachs front men.  Are you seriously going to tell me that the SEC is not being told to go after Goldman Sachs for the good of our country?  Goldman Sachs ordered the SEC to persue these actions against themselves.

-Goldman Sachs is Raum Emanuel’s baby, and they are running the whole show and are responsible for the legislation that is passed.  Goldman Sachs and the other big banks have been running the United States for over a hundred years.  They want to have a one world government so that everyone in the world will pay their taxes directly to them.

-Goldman Sachs is sacrificing themselves for the “greater good” of the Elites.  They don’t mind doing this because they have already raped us all of almost everything we have.  They have all the money, and now they want all the power.

-With Goldman Sachs basically throwing themselves on their sword opens up a brand new world of control for the Elites.  When the whole world economy collapses because of Goldman Sachs failing, the legislation that will come out of this manufactured crisis would be any Dictator’s wet dream come true.  They will use this crisis to usher in their much talked about New World Order, where we are the slaves and they are our masters.

I believe that Goldman Sachs picked this moment of time to implement their evil plan for a few reasons.  We all know the economy is not recovering, and it is getting worse.  The Stimulus money to the States is going to run out at the end of the month.  The event we couldn’t see being planned by the Elites was the eruption of the volcano in Iceland.  Look at how devastating this is to the people who can’t travel to do business and the airlines are basically being held hostage because the govt’s of Europe “say” it’s not safe to fly.  The airlines are already asking for bailouts because of the money being lost.  There are a lot more factors involved I know, but these are the one’s that stick out to me.

Bottom line:  What a perfect time to crash everything when, if you’re Goldman Sachs, you have the power to pick the time and place to bring about the collapse of modern civilization.


Waco Conspiracy: Prelude to a Police State


Waco Conspiracy: Prelude to a Police State

For many Americans, Waco represented the nightmare their government had become.

In those days, it was the right that spoke out against unchecked government power, erosions of the Bill of Rights, and the imperial executive.

Such criticism was tempered in its radicalism over the next decade, for a variety of reasons.

The most dramatic was probably the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah building in Oklahoma City, which occurred on Waco’s two-year anniversary, saving the Clinton presidency from a populace becoming wary of government power as its partisans successfully blamed the terrorist attack on anti-government attitudes.

We were to believe that even the mild criticism of government heard on mainstream conservative radio was aiding the terrorists.

In more recent times, as I discussed a year ago in my article “Waco, Oklahoma City, and the Post-9/11 Left-Right Dynamic,” we have seen a similar trend going in the opposite direction, with the right siding with the omnipotent state and accusing the left of siding with those who want to destroy America.

Yet Waco is neither a leftwing nor rightwing issue. It is instead an issue that transcends such political categories and cuts to the most profound of questions as to what kind of country this is, what kind it should be, and the very meanings of liberty and tyranny.

At Waco, the U.S. government treated the Branch Davidians as any total state might treat its most alienated subjects. It broke into their home aggressively, shot at them recklessly and mockingly defiled their graves. It blocked off their water and their communications with family, counsel and the press. It waged psychological warfare on them. It showed no mercy on the little children that it gassed. It imprisoned the survivors, including one man who wasn’t even in the building during the siege.

The Davidians were effectively dehumanized by the central state’s lapdog press, and so all too few voices, even on the hyper-sensitive left, came to their defense when Clinton and Reno’s federal police stampeded them under their weight.

There are always groups that receive less sympathy when they go head to head with the state, and the ruling class knows it and thrives off it.

During the 1990s, there was more hatred of the militia types and more fear of the rightwing separatists. Nowadays, the scapegoat is Arabs and Muslims.

For years, in different ways and to varying extents, it’s also been illegal drug users, non-citizens, foreigners, gun owners, home-schoolers, prostitutes, tobacco smokers, divorced fathers, and independent entrepreneurs among others. It can be one group that endures the jackboot today and a seemingly opposing group that suffers tomorrow.

But the primary concern for a free society is not which kinds of people should have their freedom smashed. The real concern is liberty for all.

The capacity of the state to divide peaceful people into groups and set them against one another is its capacity to oppress. When anyone is victimized by the state, all who believe in and love the universal values of freedom, as well as the finer principles on which America was founded, have a moral obligation to oppose it.

A government than can get away with what it did at Waco is essentially unleashed, constrained only by its own whim.

Waco is a reflection of a greater problem. Look at the many laws and policies in America leading up to Waco, and Waco shouldn’t be any surprise. Look at Waco, and Bush’s fascist policies all fall into place.

The continuity between the Clinton and Bush presidencies on issues of civil liberties demonstrates something that many people don’t want to wrap their minds around.

America’s police state is utterly bipartisan. It is designed to persist and indeed extend its reach with each administration, no matter the party in charge.

In fact, the political party illusion serves to distract people from the real issues, the state’s trampling of our liberties, and instead devote their hopeful attention and energy to getting one dictatorial gang elected rather than the other.

Both Clinton and Bush have gotten away with massive prosecutorial abuses, federal police brutality and dramatic attacks on due process for the accused, all while the people have argued over which side is the worse liar and central manager and not how best to restore liberty in America.

So Bush’s Patriot Act is condemned by the left while Clinton’s assaults on privacy were ignored or encouraged.

The right called Clinton’s seizure of Elian Gonzalez tyrannical, but think Bush has the “inherent authority” to detain and abuse people without trial or due process.

The left laments how loyally the mainstream media toed Bush’s line on WMD in Iraq, but wasn’t nearly as critical when the media parroted Clinton’s Kosovo war propaganda.

Clinton’s gun grabbing was decried as totalitarian by the right, whereas the Bush federal government got away with door-to-door gun confiscations in New Orleans after Katrina.

(The federal response to Katrina alone should have lost Bush all of his support among those who found Waco unacceptable. Or is the militarization of domestic policy and law enforcement only a nuisance if its instigator is a known liar about his past with sex and drugs?)

The worst of this problem of the bipartisan police state is seen in the “they did it, so why can’t we?” form of argument.

How many times in the last four or five years have we heard Bush’s defenders cite something horrifying that Clinton did or said as evidence that Bush’s actions aren’t as beyond the pale as his critics claim, after all?

This is a disingenuous line of argument coming from those who lambasted Clinton last decade. But it is effective so long as Americans care more about their team winning the electoral championship every four years than about the fact that the whole game is fixed.

If Clinton’s officials conducted a large civilian massacre on American soil, should Bush be allowed to as well?

One interesting thought experiment is to ponder what would have happened if it had been Bush who torched the Branch Davidian home.

My guess is that he’d get away with it just as Clinton did. In contrast, however, the American right would not be nearly as outraged as it was, or pretended to be, in the early 1990s.

The left, on the other hand, would be quite enraged, far more than it actually was 13 years ago. It might even point out that half of Bush’s victims at the Waco siege were persons of color.

As it actually happened, the left didn’t even notice the demographics of the slaughtered. You see, the establishment left typically saves the race card to play in partisan games.

America’s had this bipartisan police state for a long time. It was Republican Abraham Lincoln who waged war on half the country and suspended the Bill of Rights in the other half.

It was Democrat Woodrow Wilson who really honed the art of imprisoning dissenters. It was the Republicans in the 1920s who adamantly enforced alcohol prohibition. Democrat Franklin Roosevelt tossed the Japanese Americans in concentration camps.

When Republicans turned the heat on leftists during the Cold War, they were only emulating their Democrat predecessors’ surveillance and harassment of Old-Right and far-left dissenters in the 30s and 40s. The war on drugs has been advanced, expanded and internationalized by members of both parties.

Both Republicans and Democrats are fervently pro-gun control. Neither party has ever done anything significant to rein in the IRS. And just as Clinton’s men helped to whitewash the massacre at Ruby Ridge, which occurred on the first Bush’s watch, Republican fixers were eager to cover up the Clinton administration’s wrongdoing at Waco.

The trend continues today. We can make a strong case that Bush and his cadre have set some precedents, but the Democratic opposition offers little hope.

Bush spies on Americans with no regard for the Bill of Rights or even the meager statutory restraints imposed on him, and all the Democrats do is whine that they weren’t in on the snooping, and that next time they want to be informed.

Of course, they have an interest in keeping the police state healthy and strong.

The idea that Hillary Clinton would be more sensitive to civil liberties if she were at the empire’s helm is too absurd for words.

Waco should remind us that Democrats are no more restrained than the Republicans when it comes to being “tough on crime,” if all that entails is using the bludgeon of state power against all social elements the ruling class has deemed less than human.

It should also remind us that that bludgeon is no more surgically precise or benevolent no matter who wields it, and how corrupting it is for those who do.

This should really be obvious by now, as the Bush government has turned Iraq into one big Branch Davidian compound and now appears poised to give the Waco treatment to Tehran.

If ever Americans are to have their rightful liberty, a political realignment must emerge that shatters the dishonest and distracting constructs of left and right, Democrat and Republican, and focuses instead on liberty versus the state.

Asking a liberal what he thinks of Waco might give you an idea of whether he tends toward liberty or statism.

Asking a conservative about Iraq may provide similar illumination.

The atrocity apologists on left and right should be seen as on the same side on the general issue of absolute power.

And those of us who oppose mass murder should work together against the bipartisan police state.

* Anthony Gregory ( is a writer and musician who lives in Berkeley, California. He is a research analyst at the Independent Institute. See his webpage for more articles and personal information —



Would Goldman Sachs Fit The FBI Profile Of Domestic Terrorists?

From the FBI site:

The Sovereign Citizen Movement   04/13/10

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Some examples of illegal license plates used by so-called sovereign citizens.

Domestic terrorism—Americans attacking Americans because of U.S.-based extremist ideologies—comes in many forms in our post 9/11 world.

To help educate the public, we’ve previously outlined two separate domestic terror threats—eco-terrorists/animal rights extremists and lone offenders.

Today, we look at a third threat—the “sovereign citizen” extremist movement. Sovereign citizens are anti-government extremists who believe that even though they physically reside in this country, they are separate or “sovereign” from the United States. As a result, they believe they don’t have to answer to any government authority, including courts, taxing entities, motor vehicle departments, or law enforcement.

This causes all kinds of problems—and crimes. For example, many sovereign citizens don’t pay their taxes. They hold illegal courts that issue warrants for judges and police officers. They clog up the court system with frivolous lawsuits and liens against public officials to harass them. And they use fake money orders, personal checks, and the like at government agencies, banks, and businesses.

That’s just the beginning. Not every action taken in the name of the sovereign citizen ideology is a crime, but the list of illegal actions committed by these groups, cells, and individuals is extensive (and puts them squarely on our radar). In addition to the above, sovereign citizens:

  • Commit murder and physical assault;
  • Threaten judges, law enforcement professionals, and government personnel;
  • Impersonate police officers and diplomats;
  • Use fake currency, passports, license plates, and driver’s licenses; and
  • Engineer various white-collar scams, including mortgage fraud and so-called “redemption” schemes.

Sovereign citizens are often confused with extremists from the militia movement. But while sovereign citizens sometimes use or buy illegal weapons, guns are secondary to their anti-government, anti-tax beliefs. On the other hand, guns and paramilitary training are paramount to militia groups.

During the past year, we’ve had a number of investigative successes involving sovereign citizens. A few recent cases:

  • In Sacramento, two sovereign citizens were convicted of running a fraudulent insurance scheme. Operating outside state insurance regulatory guidelines, the men set up their own company and sold “lifetime memberships” to customers, promising to pay any accident claims against their “members.” The company collected millions of dollars, but paid out very few claims. More
  • In Kansas City, three sovereign citizens were convicted of taking part in a conspiracy using phony diplomatic credentials. They charged customers between $450 and $2,000 for a diplomatic identification card, which would bestow upon the holder “sovereign” status—meaning they would enjoy diplomatic immunity from paying taxes and from being stopped or arrested by law enforcement. More
  • In Las Vegas, four men affiliated with the sovereign citizen movement were arrested by the Nevada Joint Terrorism Task Force on federal money laundering, tax evasion, and weapons charges. The investigation involved an undercover operation, with two of the suspects allegedly laundering more than a million dollars from what they believed was a bank fraud scheme. More

You can help. First, “be crime smart”—don’t fall for the bogus claims and scams of sovereign citizens. And second, if you have information on any suspicious activities or crimes, please contact us.


Proof We’re Living In A Police State

This is exactly what happened under Hitler.  Do I need to tell you all what’s coming in our future, or can you all figure it out by now?


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From the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776 to the deaths of Founding Fathers John Adams and Thomas Jefferson on July 4, 1826, we had 50 years to the day of pure, God given freedoms. On July 5, 1826, that all changed.

We need to fight back against tyranny so we can get back to those 50 years of our Republic's birth.

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