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The Hidden Empire

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For many years prior to the September 11, 2001 tragedy; a secret faction inside the government of the United States of America had begun slowly eroding the liberties that our forefathers gave their lives to ensure. American Intelligence operations blatantly ignored Constitutional protections for the gain of this small faction. It spent significant resources to create a black market ecosystem for extracting wealth from the American people using the legal system, black market sales of drugs and guns, and it did it all in the plain view of the American people.

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We sat back and ignored Iran Contra. It was the end of the end for American Justice. Many attempted to alert you to the fact that members of the CIA, DEA, and FBI were involved in domestic narcotics trafficking.. notably Gary Webb. Oliver North himself acknowledged not only the institutional sales of large amounts of illicit drugs, but also that he was "authorized to do everything that he did." These narcotics sales, created a movement of large amounts of funds to off the books black projects conducted by American Intelligence. These projects were the successors to operations like MK-Ultra, programs that were not only verboten, but expressly prohibited by the United States Congress. Instead of acknowledging the oversight capacity of groups like the Senate Intelligence Committee, however, the NSC moved these projects to deep black status, and funded them using illegal means for decades. Today, the result of this evil plan is a completely off the books mind control program, that is being used against innocent Americans, and politicians alike.

If you care to look, it's pretty obvious that neither the CIA nor the KGB stopped researching methods of controlling the minds of humans after the Congressional hearings in the early 1970's. Both sides have repeatedly published, by accident, statements as well as research implying that they have succeeded in unlocking the secrets of the human mind. Around the same time that the CIA's Manchurian candidate programs became "public knowledge," there were a string of assassinations and attempted assassinations which stink of the use of this technology against American President's, political activists, and public figures. John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, John Lennon, Ronald Reagan; and the result of these horrific actions was nothing but whitewashing by the Congressional investigations which followed. Ask yourselves why? Possibly because the same technology being used to coerce these individuals into committing horrific crimes was also being used against the very people investigating them. This is our reality.

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This organization was once made up of a few, with broad sweeping connections into all facets of the bureaucracy which was spawned to manage the vast resources of the United States Government. It was once called The Octopus for this very reason, though today it is no longer made up of tentacles, as it has consumed the whole. Our government is in peril, and the corruption and evil which has given it its strength will one day be its undoing. Before you today, the machinations of Constitutional liberty are aflame. The Executive Branch has taken it upon itself, with no legal authority whatsoever, to make and pass law. The Judicial Branch and Legislative Branches have failed to check this broad sweeping abuse of power, as is their mandate, and are now complicit in the actual and apparent movement from a Constitutional Republic to a Fascist Empire. Today, the Constitution is no more than the opiate of the masses, something that is on display for you to see, as if it still protected you.

At the same time, the Supreme Court and The People have allowed for tragic abuses of civil rights since the tragedy. In the same of safety and security, the Constitutional rule of law has been suspended. What is before you is not the dysutopic vision of writers like Orwell and PKD and Alan Moore, it is much much worse. The fingermen and thoughtpolice do not exist, at least they are hidden from plain view. Instead, our government uses twisted macroscopic psychological operations in order to control popular opinion. They have created false flag attacks of terror, consistently, from the 9/11 operation to Sandy Hook; just as Orwell predicted. In fact, the government of the United States told the entire world they were contemplating such false flag attacks when they declassified Operation Northwoods. Writers, bloggers, film makers, and conspiracy theorists scream the truth day in and day out only to have it fall on deaf ears. You cannot truly believe these events involve more nefarious activities than the mainstream view, or you would surely act... right?

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Today Americans all around the country stand huddled for warmth from the fire of the burning Constitution. In exchange for silence and complacency, it appears that the good law abiding citizens of America will sacrifice liberty in exchange for being left alone. This has happened before, in pre-World War 2 Germany. They are not being kept warm though, the cold truth of a complete lack of democracy and freedom peers in at them from every angle. The conspiracy theories run wild, but the true evil is staring all of you in the face. It is the suspension of privacy, grand theft in the form of a illegally handled financial crisis (of dubious origin), and the complete lack of oversight of the executive branch,especially the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Agency. Just a few weeks ago, John Brennen stood before the Senate Intelligence Committee, the very one tasked with oversight of the CIA's activities, and flat out stated that the CIA would refuse to furnish that committee with information regarding the CIA's activities... on national television. Senator Wyden brought up a well known fact that seems to elude American's as being a harbinger of doom. The CIA has lied to Congress, and the White House repeatedly since its inception. The agency is a run-away train, and its goals are not aligned with those of the American People. The true evil is a complete lack of transparency and honesty from the White House, the National Security Council, and their related agencies. These groups have lied to the American people consistently since the aftermath of 9/11; causing wars to be fought to disable weapons of mass destruction that do not exist. Causing the invasion and topping of nations to find a terrorist who wasn't even there. The real reason for the wars? Gas prices have quadrupled. The United States military now controls the largest opium producing nation in the world. You no longer value your privacy, or your liberty.

What can be done? I often ask myself. I feel surrounded by like minded people, we can all see its happening. Who wants to risk their own life or liberty, though, for the greater good of the group, when nobody else will stand with them? How do we re-institute freedom in the land of the free?

Here's my suggestions:

I think the most normal thing to do now is to try and twist all of the "state succession" movements into something a little more plausible. Maybe a national signature campaign to "restore Consitutional law" -- that is:


  • Ban Executive Orders that are legislation in disguise.

  • Demand programs like Carnivore and Echelon be shut down

  • Repeal the NDAA, the Patriot Act, and related "obfuscated law," whose executive branch interpretation is not consistent with reality.

  • Fire the entire Supreme Court for non-performance, institute term limits and elections for that position, and immediately hold a national election.

  • Cap Congressional seats at 3 consecutive terms.

  • Bring criminal charges, for high treason, against GW and W :)

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Is there a link to this article or did you write it?

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I thought about Danny Casolaro when I read parts of your post. He died under mysterious circumstances after he looked into certain matters that dealt with backdoor software. He wasn't the only conspiracy writer that met a bizarre and tragic end. The octopus had far-reaching tentacles from the day it rose from the deep.

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I thought about Danny Casolaro when I read parts of your post. He died under mysterious circumstances after he looked into certain matters that dealt with backdoor software. He wasn't the only conspiracy writer that met a bizarre and tragic end. The octopus had far-reaching tentacles from the day it rose from the deep.

Strange, the man who exposed the network and coined the name, using a biblical reference he didn't even recognize was... washed in the blood of the lamb. Quite literally.

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In case anyone missed it, the Supreme Court decided Tuesday you are not allowed to sue the government to protect your 4th Amendment rights.

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Gas prices in the U.S. are half that of Europe.

There are a lot of hoops to jump through for carnivore http://www.ctek-solutions.co.uk/support/knowledgebase.php?article=60

Echelon has been around for 43 years.

Banning executive orders requires an amendment to the constitution

The supreme court positions are for life. Changing that requires changing the constitution

Term limits for congress require congressional action (they won't voluntarily limit themselves)

Treason charges do not apply against GW and W since they did not commit actions to help a foreign government overthrow, make war against, or seriously injure the United States.

The U.S. will have all it's troops out of Afghanistan by the end of 2014. Not a smart way to control another country.

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@ prometheuslocke

Your post made me think of the Brain Invaders video I seen from Jesse Ventura Conspiracy Theory show, due to the mind control aspect of it....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UezJW0TCc7A

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It's definitely related to that phenomenon.. but probably not the relationship you would expect.

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True, dat. A very well written analysis of the situation. The reference to gas prices seems irrelevant to me.

Quaentum's points were all valid I thought.

I think the next thing for the American Experiment is implosion from debt. The treasury has been plundered for years, and TARP was the final straw.

Jim Fetzer writes a related sort of article at Veterans Today. Octopus and Hidden Empire are appropriate descriptions.

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How can anyone think there is a conspiracy to destroy "liberty" in the States when people can post slanderous paranoia like that against their government without even a glance over their shoulder. There are countries (Malaysia and Singapore immediately come to mind) where that sort of stuff would get you a month in jail.

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Frank

Here are a few examples of how one might argue that liberty is being systematically attacked in the US.

Congress passes an Act to restrain and nullify the Fourth Amendment. That would be the Patriot Act.

Congress passes an Act to restrain trial by jury and other traditional judicial processes. The Military Commissions Act.

Congress adds an amendment to a spending bill that eliminates Habeas Corpus. NDAA

President proposes that he alone can declare somebody an enemy of the state and have that person executed.

See?

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What do I know?

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Do you know where An Thoi is?

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Gas prices in the U.S. are half that of Europe.

There are a lot of hoops to jump through for carnivore http://www.ctek-solu....php?article=60

Echelon has been around for 43 years.

Banning executive orders requires an amendment to the constitution

The supreme court positions are for life. Changing that requires changing the constitution

Term limits for congress require congressional action (they won't voluntarily limit themselves)

Treason charges do not apply against GW and W since they did not commit actions to help a foreign government overthrow, make war against, or seriously injure the United States.

The U.S. will have all it's troops out of Afghanistan by the end of 2014. Not a smart way to control another country.

I'm proposing a Constitutional Amendment.

George W. Bush and Barrack Obama are guilty of intentionally violating the Separation of Powers Clause, and ignoring the Bill of Rights. If we laid out the facts, and took a poll, I'm sure the majority of America would agree that they should be tried.

I'll check with you in 2015 about Afghanistan.

Does tyranny that lasts for 50 years mean it is more appropriate than tyranny that has only been around for 10?

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True, dat. A very well written analysis of the situation. The reference to gas prices seems irrelevant to me.

Merely pointing out that greed is what is driving American foreign policy, and that the primary beneficiaries are private oil companies, and their major stock holders... like the Bush family.

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How can anyone think there is a conspiracy to destroy "liberty" in the States when people can post slanderous paranoia like that against their government without even a glance over their shoulder. There are countries (Malaysia and Singapore immediately come to mind) where that sort of stuff would get you a month in jail.

The illusion of freedom is not freedom.

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How can anyone think there is a conspiracy to destroy "liberty" in the States when people can post slanderous paranoia like that against their government without even a glance over their shoulder. There are countries (Malaysia and Singapore immediately come to mind) where that sort of stuff would get you a month in jail.

We have a great First Amendment. We indeed have more free speech than many other countries in the world, and some of our free speech is relegated to zones. I'm somewhat kidding, but you and others likely know what I mean. You make a valid point, and your comment brings some people to mind. Some Americans tell other Americans to never complain or question because other countries have it much worse than we do. Well, that's true, and I'm very thankful for the freedoms we do have, and I'm very grateful to the military who keeps us free. However, some individuals need to recognize the fact that citizens have the right to criticize policies, as well as decisions, that are damaging to the cause of liberty. If your neighbor has cancer, you're under no obligation to ignore your child's diabetes.

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There can be no such thing as unlimited freedom. Even speech must be regulated -- there are laws against slander and child pornography and stimulating a riot and creating a public nuisance. I read the Bill of Rights and am puzzled by the broad sweep it provides, only here and there nodding to the idea that there might be an occasional exception. It seems obvious that the framers understood the limits and assumed the population would be intelligent enough to read it that way as well. But say someone in the name of religion decides to commit a baby to the flames, and I can imagine how fast freedom of religion would disappear.

That the government has a terrorism problem is obvious; that steps to protect the public are not only needed but also demanded by the vast majority is also obvious. What I see is some limits being imposed on freedom to achieve this. It's a touch-and-go balance; miscarriages of justice will happen and a lot of people will be spied on and inconvenienced.

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There can be no such thing as unlimited freedom. Even speech must be regulated -- there are laws against slander and child pornography and stimulating a riot and creating a public nuisance. I read the Bill of Rights and am puzzled by the broad sweep it provides, only here and there nodding to the idea that there might be an occasional exception. It seems obvious that the framers understood the limits and assumed the population would be intelligent enough to read it that way as well. But say someone in the name of religion decides to commit a baby to the flames, and I can imagine how fast freedom of religion would disappear.

That the government has a terrorism problem is obvious; that steps to protect the public are not only needed but also demanded by the vast majority is also obvious. What I see is some limits being imposed on freedom to achieve this. It's a touch-and-go balance; miscarriages of justice will happen and a lot of people will be spied on and inconvenienced.

All but one of the terrorist attack attempts that were stopped by the FBI since 9/11 in the US were also created by the FBI. The one that wasn't happened in New York and he was busted by a citizen. There is no need for many of the laws that have been passed, in reality it only opens up an invasion of privacy into the daily lives of millions of law abiding citizens as well as potential abuse of powers granted.

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All but one of the terrorist attack attempts that were stopped by the FBI since 9/11 in the US were also created by the FBI. The one that wasn't happened in New York and he was busted by a citizen. There is no need for many of the laws that have been passed, in reality it only opens up an invasion of privacy into the daily lives of millions of law abiding citizens as well as potential abuse of powers granted.

You make extreme assertions that are, shall we say, hard, to believe.

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You make extreme assertions that are, shall we say, hard, to believe.

In what way? As far as the terrorist plots being of FBI origins? http://www.businessi...or-plots-2013-3 Or perhaps you don't believe the government would ever take advantage of broad sweeping powers? If you believe that you are simply naive.

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I have an instinct for when to believe stuff like that and when to assign it to the disregard bin. You can call that naive if you like, but then I tend to look at it as sanity.

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In what way? As far as the terrorist plots being of FBI origins? http://www.businessi...or-plots-2013-3 Or perhaps you don't believe the government would ever take advantage of broad sweeping powers? If you believe that you are simply naive.

Please draw arrows towards the link, and surrounding with flashing lights.

The First Amendment is more than free speech, its also freedom to assemble. I'm not sure if anyone has been paying attention, but protesters have been arrested numerous times in DC and NYC in the past few months. The Occupy movement, almost in totality, has been shut down with COINTELPRO tactics that we haven't seen being used this obviously since the seventies (where they were used numerous times by this same government). I wouldn't have noticed, but I tried to go to a General Assembly meeting (for the first time) a few months ago. These are their monthly meetings where everyone goes to say hi, meeting for an hour or two in a public park. Most cities have them.

Guess how people were there? One.

Try googling "protester arrested," you will (or should) be shocked.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/19/occupy-dc-lawsuit_n_1365193.html

http://washington.cbslocal.com/2013/02/13/celebs-enviros-arrested-at-white-house-pipeline-protest/

http://news.nationalpost.com/2011/09/02/naomi-klein-arrested-in-washington-d-c-oilsands-protest/

http://www.lifenews.com/2012/02/16/pro-life-advocates-arrested-at-white-house-protesting-mandate/

This is not my America.

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I have an instinct for when to believe stuff like that and when to assign it to the disregard bin. You can call that naive if you like, but then I tend to look at it as sanity.

Well sir you are certainly welcome to your own opinion; however, keep in mind the anti protest bill, also known as H.R. 347, which specifically makes it a felony to protest anywhere there might be secret service agents. Also keep in mind they legalized the appropriation of money to be spent on propaganda as well as legalizing its use on the American people. All in all those have zilch to do with terrorism, just as most of the other nonsense passed in the last 10 years. This was in the NDAA if you care to read for yourself if perhaps you don't trust the 100's of news sites online. And for anyone that thinks there is a difference between their two ideological parties, this bill passed with almost 100% bipartisan support as well as the H.R. 347 which got only 3 nay votes.

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