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Obama Signs NDAA Martial Law

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“Global Political Awakening”

It’s the kind of writing I might to expect to read at, or Old Thinker News, but it was far from it.  It was at none other than Chatham House, a premier globalist think tank promoting global “security”, and insisting on confidentiality, according it’s About us page.

If you have a clue, security is a buzz word that sets off alarm bells in your head.   It is most often used by internationalist scumbags who want to dominate your life and your bank account by invoking an un-secure world via financial, climatic, and social disasters.

Your job as a carbon-dispensing useless eater is to cower in the face of scientifically created crises and false-flag terrorist attacks, then jump into the arms of Satan-worshiping globalists, and hand over your freedoms, liberties, and your hard-earned money without asking questions.

So I was perusing the Chatham House site as I periodically do, and came across a project: Rethinking the United States’ International Role, which states:

“The world’s future prosperity and security need a strong and internationally engaged America, but strong new constraints limit America’s potential to assume the kind of international role it has played for the past 60 years.”

The executive summary lists several constraints to power: an economy in the toilet, a nightmare in Iraq, and lots of Western hemisphere neighbors who haven’t appreciated being made our bitch since WW2.

But then I came to the gem:

A global political awakening, fed largely by the spread of the internet and satellite communications, is constraining the remit of national governments across the world, including their ability to follow a US lead where they might want to.”

Due to the global political awakening, governments are having a harder time handing out (“remitting”) boatloads of cash overseas and to the UN to fund the psychopathic drive toward global enslavement.  Good.

And of course they’re referring to a vigilant and tenacious independent online digital media that is covering serious issues, and informing the brainwashed masses.

To wit, the independent online media is kicking ass and naming names in the ClimateGate fraud, while the controlled corporate press virtually ignores it.  This is as Obama prepares to head off to Copenhagen and promise untold zillions of dollars for combating an invented problem: Climate Change.

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Police State USA: Spying as Law of the Land

Larry Chin, one of our favorite writers at Global Research (despite his previous disagreements with Alternative Media Superstar, David McGowan), demolishes the myths of U.S. ‘democracy’ and the ‘War on Terror’ in Police State USA: Spying as Law of the Land:

“On July 9, 2008, the US Congress overwhelmingly passed legislation permitting government spying, including immunity to telecommunications companies involved in secret domestic surveillance programs. With the stroke of George W. Bush’s pen, the US is now a police state by definition.”

“In other words, your life and all of your communications—from your emails, your web searches, medical records, and financial information, to your reading this article and clicking this web site—has been “hoovered up” by the US government’s spying machine, to be used against you at some future time, if the powers that be so choose.

If 9/11, the Patriot Act, and the relentless destruction of law since 2000 have not already make abundantly clear, a “Homeland Security” police state within US borders, courtesy of the spy bill, is now complete. Not even the trappings of a democracy remain.

Please do read the whole thing.

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Big Brother Expands by Stealth

From Housing Bill Has Provision To Track Financial Activity of Small Businesses:

“Hidden deep in Senator Christopher Dodd’s 630-page Senate housing legislation is a sweeping provision that affects the privacy and operation of nearly all of Americas small businesses. The provision, which was added by the bill’s managers without debate, would require the nation’s payment systems to track, aggregate, and report information on nearly every electronic transaction to the federal government.”

“Not only does it affect nearly every credit card transaction in America, such as Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express, but the bill specifically targets payment systems like eBay’s PayPal, Amazon, and Google Checkout that are used by many small online businesses.”

Two things are particularly disgusting about this, though not surprising:  this is part of a housing legislation bill, and it was added without any congressional debate. Not that debates between congress critters are particularly enlightening or meaningful.

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