Information Control: Your Eyes & Ears Deceive You
We lost America long before the first of two planes slammed into the Twin Towers of New York City at 8:46am on September 11th, 2001. Don’t let anyone fool you: 9/11 was a resounding success. It was the coup de grace that kicked off the next phase of American imperialism, unlocking the purse strings of America to upgrade our military and mobilizing to lock down valuable rare earth minerals, illicit drugs, oil, gas and water. To understand how this could be possible, one needs only to understand what you would do to protect yourself and your family, which is just about anything.
(For reference, you can logically deduce my argument by first reading this document.)
The CIA has something called a Compartmentalized Security Clearance (CSC) protective process with Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS/SCI) as the highest publicly known clearance level. You can read about it here. This compartmented practice is in place to prevent anyone from knowing too much, to empower the organizational planners at the top, and to force those who pledged to support and defend the Constitution of the United States, including myself, to act in good faith because few of us have neither the time nor desire to connect the dots on seemingly disparate events, especially if it means learning that our actions may not be aligned with our values. The CSC process is how our government pieces together the actions of honest people into a grand scheme to separate us from our time, our money, our influence and our liberty.
While these allegations may seem spectacular, one needs only to look at our current system of checks and balances to discover the truth. Look carefully at the image below. It seems confusing, right? The President is checked by both the Congress and the Courts. The Congress is checked by the President and the Courts and the Courts are checked by both the President and the Congress. But look closely enough and you may notice that something is missing: CIA, FBI, NSA and the Federal Reserve.
The President and Congress depend heavily on the President’s Daily Brief for…