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    Bush Police State


    National Security Agency Whistleblower Warns Domestic Spying Program Is Sign the U.S. is Decaying Into a “Police State”
    National Security Agency: Giving Out U.S. Names
    Senate panel rejects bid for NSA inquiry
    White House Working to Avoid Wiretap Probe
    Support Builds for Spy Program Proposal
    NSA Surveillance Data Led FBI To Dead Ends Or Innocent Americans
    Shame on Bush for rights violation
    NYT sues Pentagon over domestic spying
    Wiretap Inquiry Is Rejected
    Defending Spy Program, General Reveals Shaky Grip on 4th Amendment
    Rice Defends Domestic Eavesdropping
    Bill may curb warrantless surveillance
    Cheney: Spy program key to terror war
    2 groups sue U.S. over domestic surveillance
    Bush defends spying at home, calls it terror surveillance
    Justice: Domestic surveillance legal
    Whitehouse attempts to deflect outrage over domestic spying order by lauching leak probe
    Bush Lies: Stated Wiretap Required Court Order
    Lawmakers Say Will Press Bush on Spying
    Latest White House report says spy power confirmed by 9-11
    Gonzales: War powers authorized eavesdropping
    For years, Bush said court orders required for spying
    Spying Program Snared U.S. Calls
    ACLU rebukes Justice Department findings on wiretaps as 'spin'
    Bush Administration Defends Spying Program
    Bush acknowledges approving eavesdropping
    White House Press Sec. on Domestic Spying: "It is What it Is"
    Eavesdropping Effort Began Soon After Sept. 11 Attacks
    Bush's Orwellian Attack on Whistleblowers and the Media
    Scholar Stands by Post-9/11 Writings On Torture, Domestic Eavesdropping
    Military Spying
    NSA just one of many federal agencies spying on Americans
    Domestic Military Intelligence Is Back
    Intelligence Agencies Spy on Peace Groups, Religous Organizations

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    Re: Bush Police State

    You don't expect anybody to click on any of those links do you?
    The terminally stupid and certifiably insane.

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    Why not? They just take you to Prison Planet archives lol !!! :cool:

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    Military positioned to launch action – here
    Columnist's exposé reveals planning for 'domestic emergencies'
    Posted: June 5, 2007
    1:00 a.m. Eastern

    © 2007 WorldNetDaily.com

    The United States military is being positioned to be put into action under presidential authority in any one of a dozen scenarios within the United States – including natural disasters, epidemics, terrorist attacks, insurrections, or domestic violence including conspiracies, according to a report from WND columnist Jerome R. Corsi.

    He has concluded that under the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, the military of the United States and Canada are turning NORTHCOMM into a domestic military command structure, with authority extending to Mexico, even though Mexico has not formally joined with the current United States-Canadian NORTHCOM command structure.

    President Bush

    "President Bush appears to have positioned the U.S. military and the National Guard acting under presidential authority to intervene in a wide range of domestic incidents that could occur anywhere in North America," he wrote.

    He cited a number of developments, including the 2002 order establishing NORTHCOM as response for "homeland defense" of the U.S., Canada, Mexico and parts of the Caribbean and some Atlantic and Pacific waters.

    That organization already controls the North American Aerospace Defense Command, a joint U.S.-Canadian effort, he said.

    Secondly, section 1076 of the John Warner Defense Appropriation Act for Fiscal Year 2007 grants the president the right to commandeer federal troops or state National Guard to use them domestically, he noted.


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    Internet Doomsday Creeps Closer
    Big government pushes for total taxation and restriction on the last great outpost of free speech

    Steve Watson
    Monday, June 4, 2007

    Recent proposals in the U.S. Congress are taking a huge swipe at freedom in America once again by aiming to impose multiple different forms of crippling taxation and restriction on users of the internet.

    State and local governments this week resumed a push to lobby Congress for far-reaching changes on two different fronts: gaining the ability to impose sales taxes on Net shopping, and being able to levy new monthly taxes on DSL and other Internet-service connections. One senator is even predicting taxes on e-mail, reports CNet.

    Several bills were introduced last week that could see all manner of new forms of internet taxation become a reality before the end of the year.

    Sen. Michael Enzi, a Wyoming Republican, introduced a bill (PDF link) for mandatory sales tax collection for Internet purchases, meaning that if you buy items through online sites like eBay or Amazon.com, you might have to start paying additional sales taxes on your purchases.

    The Libertarian party has warned that the bill represents more big government intervention and that while Enzi insists the bill "would not increase taxes," the Sales Tax Fairness and Simplification Act would open the door for states to charge sales tax on Internet sales. In contrast to his statement, the C-Net article states that Enzi warned that other taxes may zoom upward if his "mandatory sales tax collection" bill isn't passed.

    In a second and separate proposal during a House of Representatives hearing last week, politicians weighed whether to let a temporary ban on internet access taxes lapse when it expires on November 1.

    Such a move would leave open the possibility that simply using the internet would require a tax to be paid which critics suggest could sound a death knell for broadband, DSL and "always on" high speed internet.

    Rep. Hank Johnson, a Democrat from Georgia compared the move to taxing people for simply entering shopping malls or libraries. With the U.S. economy already under considerable strain, taking a huge swipe at e-commerce, one of its cornerstones, seems like the worst possible thing Congress could do.

    Furthermore, allowing taxation on internet access represents a slippery slope towards opening up the possibilities of taxing all kinds of internet based services.

    "They might say, 'We have no interest in having taxes on e-mail,' but if we allow the prohibition on Internet taxes to expire, then you open the door on cities and towns and states to tax e-mail or other aspects of Internet access," said Sen. John Sununu, a New Hampshire Republican.

    An email tax would certainly suit both the government and internet providers who would likely get a cut. Last year it was revealed that AOL is planning to charge mass-emailers a fee to avoid the ISP's spam filters and guarantee that their marketing emails arrive straight in AOL subscribers' inboxes. Yahoo! is also endorsing the scheme.

    Under such a system email considered "uncertified" would risk running through AOL and Yahoo!'s discrimination process. And as this potential profit center for the two net giants takes off, there's no incentive for either company to deliver the "free email" - and every incentive for them to get the world conditioned to paying for guaranteed delivery.

    A United Nations agency also proposed in 1999 the idea of a 1-cent-per-100-message tax, indicating that the idea has been floating around for almost a decade.

    In recent months, a chorus of propaganda intended to demonize the Internet and further lead it down a path of strict control has spewed forth from numerous establishment organs:

    * Time magazine reported last month that researchers funded by the federal government want to shut down the internet and start over, citing the fact that at the moment there are loopholes in the system whereby users cannot be tracked and traced all the time.
    The projects echo moves we have previously reported on to clamp down on internet neutrality and even to designate a new form of the internet known as Internet 2.

    * In a display of bi-partisanship, there have recently been calls for all out mandatory ISP snooping on all US citizens by both Democrats and Republicans alike.

    * Republican Senator John McCain recently tabled a proposal to introduce legislation that would fine blogs up to $300,000 for offensive statements, photos and videos posted by visitors on comment boards. It is well known that McCain has a distaste for his blogosphere critics, causing a definite conflict of interest where any proposal to restrict blogs on his part is concerned.

    During an appearance with his wife Barbara on Fox News last November, George Bush senior slammed Internet bloggers for creating an "adversarial and ugly climate."

    The White House's own recently de-classified strategy for "winning the war on terror" targets Internet conspiracy theories as a recruiting ground for terrorists and threatens to "diminish" their influence.

    The Pentagon recently announced its effort to infiltrate the Internet and propagandize for the war on terror.

    In a speech last October, Homeland Security director Michael Chertoff identified the web as a "terror training camp," through which "disaffected people living in the United States" are developing "radical ideologies and potentially violent skills." His solution is "intelligence fusion centers," staffed by Homeland Security personnel which will go into operation next year.

    The U.S. Government wants to force bloggers and online grassroots activists to register and regularly report their activities to Congress. Criminal charges including a possible jail term of up to one year could be the punishment for non-compliance.

    A landmark legal case on behalf of the Recording Industry Association of America and other global trade organizations seeks to criminalize all Internet file sharing of any kind as copyright infringement, effectively shutting down the world wide web - and their argument is supported by the U.S. government.

    A landmark legal ruling in Sydney goes further than ever before in setting the trap door for the destruction of the Internet as we know it and the end of alternative news websites and blogs by creating the precedent that simply linking to other websites is breach of copyright and piracy.

    The European Union, led by former Stalinist and potential future British Prime Minister John Reid, has also vowed to shut down "terrorists" who use the Internet to spread propaganda.

    The EU data retention bill, passed last year after much controversy and with implementation tabled for late 2007, obliges telephone operators and internet service providers to store information on who called who and who emailed who for at least six months. Under this law, investigators in any EU country, and most bizarrely even in the US, can access EU citizens' data on phone calls, sms', emails and instant messaging services.

    The EU also recently proposed legislation that would prevent users from uploading any form of video without a license.

    * The US government is also funding research into social networking sites and how to gather and store personal data published on them, according to the New Scientist magazine. "At the same time, US lawmakers are attempting to force the social networking sites themselves to control the amount and kind of information that people, particularly children, can put on the sites."

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    The development of a new form of internet with new regulations is also designed to create an online caste system whereby the old internet hubs would be allowed to break down and die, forcing people to use the new taxable, censored and regulated world wide web.

    Make no mistake, the internet, one of the greatest outposts of free speech ever created is under constant attack by powerful people who cannot operate within a society where information flows freely and unhindered. Both American and European moves mimic stories we hear every week out of State Controlled Communist China, where the internet is strictly regulated and virtually exists as its own entity away from the rest of the web.

    The Internet is freedom's best friend and the bane of control freaks. Its eradication is one of the short term goals of those that seek to centralize power and subjugate their populations under a surveillance panopticon prison.

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    Re: Bush Police State

    Quote Originally Posted by BVR USA Liaison
    Why not? They just take you to Prison Planet archives lol !!! :cool:
    What's really funny is that the links are coded incorrectly... they will take you nowhere... real fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulM
    What's really funny is that the links are coded incorrectly... they will take you nowhere... real fast.
    lmao no doubt :eek:

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    http://www.prisonplanet.com/archives.html :cool:

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    prisonplanet and infowars . alex jones personal website, spewing rhetoric and lies. I dont trust any website that actively calls the FDNY murderers because of their participating on 9/11/2001

    Prisonplanet and infowars is the national enquirer of the internet.

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    Hello, THIS POST should be a STICKY, this is great work you did you expose the Bush' admin etc. I APPLAUD YOU! As for Wizy girl, girl or boy dont know but YOU are the NATIONAL ENQUIRER magazine of the scam. com Your warp in the brain! No body believes a word you say, you are just a Jive talking MAGGOT!

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    roflmao @ maggot :D

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    Slumber on bogie and Wizywyg. Those who have escaped from fascist dictatorships warned us that one must be ever vigilant because by the time you realize what's going on it's too late. The Military Commission Act has given Bush complete power. Should anything he judges another "disaster" happen he can take total control of this nation. It could be another 9/11 or another Katrina. Laugh to your hearts content children but the wheels are in motion and this train wreck is slipping over the edge of the abyss. Study history and see the truth of how great nations can disintegrate. It can happen here and it's only a matter of apathetic citizens who choose to look the other way.

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    no doubt ElderLore :eek:

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    Big Brother

    Orwell's nightmare vision has already been surpassed only you didn't hear about it, learn how and when the state was usurped by Big Brother.
    Myth of Iraqi Liberation
    Forced Drugging, DNA fingerprinting for all, genetic engineering, Gene ID cards, a DARPA cyborg servant race, its all here right NOW.
    Detained without trial, Torture, Biometric ID systems, shooting protesters, installing puppet governments - How Liberating.
    Bird Flu
    "Proponents of the REAL ID Act continue to make the preposterous claim that the bill does not establish a national ID card. This is dangerous and insulting nonsense."
    Are we right to be concerned or is this just another fear mongering campaign to make millions for big pharma and keep us under the suffocating 'protection' of Big Brother nanny state?

    The party line often heard from Neo-Cons in their attempts to defend the Patriot Act either circulate around the contention that the use of the Patriot Act has never been abused or that it isn't being used against American citizens.

    Eminent Domain

    In June 2005 the Supreme Court decided that local governments can force property owners to sell out and make way for private economic development when officials decide it would benefit the public.

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    A Cry For Help!


    This is a cry for help. No ordinary citizen can protect or defend himself from this kind of abuse.
    Dan O'Vadka can be reached at 765-472-2235 or at pugsley@comteck.com
    Abbott can be reached at 574-223-9586 or at abbott8488@rtcol.com

    Within the last week, state and local swat teams were put on alert and laid plans to disguise themselves as contractors coming on Dan and Tina O'Vadka's rural Miami County Indiana property to remove many years of tree growth[1] for City of Peru Municipal Airport purposes and to, as related to Dan by longtime very close personal friend and Pastor, Rick Abbott of Rochester Indiana, to see if O'Vadka would shoot at them for coming on the property. Pastor Abbott, having removed all weapons from the O'Vadka home at Mr. O'Vadka's request though his intent was the same, would learn this after intervening in this ugly situation and beginning discussions with local and state law enforcement. The dispute centers on municipal claims that that this rural Miami County property, in excess of four miles from the city, is in the cities airport zone and under the jurisdiction of municipal authorities. Yet, the county admits the property is under their jurisdiction but claim to have nothing to do with the airports "fly zone".[2] No violence has occurred, that is, as committed by the O'Vadka's. You be the judge.


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    Alito would be fifth Catholic on Supreme Court

    By Jerry Filteau
    Catholic News Service

    WASHINGTON (CNS) -- If Judge Samuel Alito Jr. is confirmed as a U.S. Supreme Court justice, it would be the first time in history that the majority of justices on the nation's highest court are Catholic.

    President George W. Bush Oct. 31 nominated Alito, a former U.S. attorney in New Jersey and for the past 15 years a judge on the Philadelphia-based 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. He is widely regarded as a strong conservative on an appellate court that is considered among the most liberal in the country.

    Tell me the Jesuits don't control Bush and the USA Govt.

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