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Part III: Uproar created by Obama-who runs the United States?



by Joseph Earnest  March 21, 2012


 Newscast Media LOS ANGELES, CalifMany of the protestors are asking Obama to repeal the Trespass Bill and others are concerned that martial law is being set up for implementation. Based on my observations, it is highly likely that Obama signed the bill based on the direction and recommendation of high-ranking military officials.


It could be very likely that before the November election, a foreseen emergency may prompt an announcement, because Section 103(a) and (c) state: "(a)  identify requirements for the full spectrum of emergencies, including essential military and civilian demand; (c)  be prepared, in the event of a potential threat to the security of the United States, to take actions necessary to ensure the availability of adequate resources and production capability, including services and critical technology, for national defense requirements..."  The entire executive order can be read here.

One school of thought has gone as far as speculating that it could be a war-related emergency that might trigger anger in the public, hence law enforcement may be needed to contain any arising emergencies. The other school of thought believes Obama is simply updating the older version of the executive order to reflect current social dynamic changes.

Regardless of which school of thought is correct, he had to have military advice because it is a "Defense" executive order.  We can therefore ask, "Which agency, is calling the shots?" To answer this question, I will once again turn to Bowart, who interviewed a retired combat veteran about this subject. The retired veteran, and a former assassin, was a sixty-year-old, gray-haired, man.

". . . Don't kid yourself," the assassin said, "This country is controlled by the Pentagon. All the major decisions in this country are made by the military, from my observations on the clandestine side of things. The CIA's just a figurehead. They are more worldwide—like the FBI is. They're accountants, lawyers, file clerks, schoolboys. They are information gatherers.

"As far as intelligence goes the NSA [the National Security Agency] is far, far superior to them—far in advance in the 'black arts.' The CIA gets blamed for what NSA does. NSA is far more vicious and far more accomplished in their operations. The CIA gathers information, but the military heads the show. Look at how many former military officers work for the CIA. Look at how many former high-ranking military officers work for the multinational corporations. Can't you figure it out?"

The retired officer continued to tell the investigative journalist, "There is a group of about eighteen or twenty people running this country. They have not been elected. The elected people are only figureheads for these guys who have a lot more power than even the President of the United States."

Bowart then asked the officer if the president was powerless, to which the officer replied, "Not exactly powerless. He has the power to make decisions on what is presented to him. The intelligence agencies tell him only what they want to tell him, however. They don't tell him any more than they have to or want to. You have to wonder at American stupidity (his words, not mine). How much does it take to get people to wake up to what has happened? (pages 238-239)

"What people don't know is that the global corporations have their own version of the CIA. Where they don't interface with the CIA, they have their own organizations—all CIA-trained. There is a network of what amounts to double agents—they do work for the government, and may appear to be government agents, but they are first loyal to the corporations. These guys are strictly free enterprise agents. When one of these companies finds someone inside it that's selling secrets, they take him on a fishing trip, a boat ride, and get rid of him. It's quite common," he said. (pg 240)

We often hear of several cases whereby military operatives have memory loss of the missions in which they were engaged.  It is believed that in such cases, their memories have been scrambled to prevent them from revealing their top-secret missions.  The soldier or agent then experiences a "blank" and loses recall of what happened.

To elaborate on how this could happen, the retired officer says: "For example, suppose that a dictator in some South American country is setting up real problems and we try to kick him out. We call in some of my former group and say, 'Look, the bastard has got to have a fatal accident, and it's gotta look good—like he fell on a bar of soap and broke his neck in the bathtub or something.' So we go down there and get the job done. But it could be quite embarrassing if any of the guys were cross-examined about where they'd been and what they'd done . . . So the guys who were in on the job suddenly have a cold or something, and they are put in a hospital for maybe just a routine checkup. They come out of the hospital in about fifteen days. They're alive. They're well. They're healthy. And they're happy, too. Lots of luck if you question them: they don't remember anything."

In his interview with Bowart, the retired officer then cited a specific mission he had undertaken: "...I won't say the name of the country, but it was a South American country. We had a leader that we had supported there who suddenly got the idea that he was going to go off on his own. They tried to reason, negotiate, buy off his affections. When all that failed, my team was sent in to correct the situation. We went in very quietly and left very noisily. We went in as tourists, but the important material we brought in was the turning point. Let's say we couldn't reason with the man anymore. We were there about six days, and the problem disappeared." (pg 247)

The greatest fear these federal agencies face is that one of their agents could get drunk and reveal secret information to a prostitute.  Usually for every agent or high-ranking government official, there is an attractive woman assigned to take care of his urges. They match the two using a computer, based on what both have in common.  The relationship is kept top secret, but it also secures classified information that is not intended for public consumption.

The same applies to women who are matched with men who fit a certain profile and symmetrical desires of each woman.  This way, if the woman gets drunk at some party, or if she becomes lonely due to the extensive trips required, she won't spill classified secrets to some ex-boyfriend from her past, since she would have a computer-matched male, who works for the same agency, to take care of her emotional needs.

Working for the government means that all areas of a person's life are monitored by whatever agency that person works for. It is no wonder that many choose to remain in the private sector to prevent their privacy from being infringed upon. This explains why there is an uproar about the recent Trespass Bill H.R. 347 and the executive order on National Defense Resources Preparedness that many are interpreting as a prelude to martial law.  Both signed documents appear to intrude on liberties of civilians.

This journalist has presented to you information based on assessments of both sides. It is now up to the readers to form their own opinions and draw their own conclusions, regarding the events that have been unfolding as a result of the president's signatures. This concludes the summary, or summarizes the conclusion of my Uproar series.             Add Comments>>

Related articles:

Part I: Uproar created by Obama's Trespass Bill and executive order

Part II: Uproar created by Obama-staying on need to know basis





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