Friday, February 22, 2008

The Threat of Martial Law

The rising tide of suspicion over the events of 9/11 continue you to grow, yet you hear nothing about it mainstream media. The number of people who are aware of the PNAC (Project For A New American Century) also continues to grow and once again very little is mentioned about this revolutionary project that espouses the need for a catasthrophic event to rally the public behind the president in the same way that the people supported President Franklin Roosevelt after Pearl Harbor. Could the destruction the world trade center be just the kind of event the authors of the PNAC anticipated? Why did Tower #7 go down when it was never hit
by a plane? Why was twin tower custodian Willie Rodriguez prevented from giving testimony during the 9/11 hearings when he has been around the world telling interested parties that there were a series of explosions that took place prior to the plane hitting the enormous structure? Why was our sky security system (N.O.R.A.D) down and ineffective for the very first time? (VP Richard Cheney was the man in charge). Who was in charge of overall security of the World Trade Center on that fateful date 9/11, it was none other than President George Bush's younger brother. All the these facts have been ignored or at best underreported by the major news outlets. This could only lead to the conclusion of collusion. They would much rather bombard us with the trials and trivails of Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan and Britney Spears.
This all leads to the strong possibility of martial law if President Bush decides he just doesn't want to leave office. There are many influencial conservative minded individuals who have made a long term investment in Iraq and I believe they have little regard for the wishes of the people of The United States who oppose the war. If John McCain is "elected" president it will not cause this group of people concern because it is painfully obvious that McCain will follow the same policies of Bush. Why would anyone do this knowing that Bush's popularity ratings are in the toilet hovering at around 28%? If either Clinton or Obama is the new president this will cause great concern for this power elite that wholeheartedly supports this war. It is very likely that they will demand that a "State of Emergency" be invoked and the war will continue. There are those who continue to say "Oh no, that's ridiculous, this is the USA, something of that nature would never happen here" To those people I would say "You probably would have said the same thing years ago if you were told that the day would come when all of our telephone conversations would be monitored too" The vast majority of USA citizens in my opinion are uninformed and it seems as if they don't want to think for themselves. This is the reason why we have millions of God fearing people who are following false religious zealots. The lemmings will find their way to the polls every election day without ever realizing they are voting against their own self interests.
There was another 9/11, the one in 1973 when people in Chile also thought "It would NEVER happen here" Well it did happen there and thousands of people were herded into stadiums and murdered because they opposed the policies of the US installed dictator Augusto Pinochet. In order to prevent something like this from happening the people of the United States must be proactive and not reactive. If nothing is done by the next election day it will already be too late. Just look at what Pervez Musharef did in Pakistan, what is there to prevent the Bush/Cheney cabal from doing the same thing here? I hope that I am wrong about this very real threat of martial law in the United States, but I don't think so.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Same person who commented on article about the vermont town. If i may quote Bill Maher, "How big a lunatic do you have to be to watch two giant airliners packed with jet fuel slam into buildings on live TV, igniting a massive inferno that burned for two hours, and then think, 'well, if you believe that was the cause...' ". Even if there is the slightest possibility of conspiracy, and there is not, your so called movement is just a distraction so that you can not give your reason for despising Bush. I noticed that in your article you did not make a rational claim against the occupation of Iraq, instead going on a rant about the power hungry. Listen, if you are going to express your ideals, do it with specific arguments and understandable rationale. Do Not give catchy and simplified phrases that sound like Hitler calling for racial purity.

Claude said...

So, "anonymous" is afraid to reveal his true identity. Is he afraid of being identified as a Bush supporter? I WAS very specific in my article. I mentioned the PNAC and the specific rejection of the testimony of WTC custodian Willie Rodriguez by the so called 9/11 commission. I specifically mentioned the questionable demolition of World Trade Center Building #7. I am much more "specific" in my criticism of the Bush administration than he is in his defense of it. Just name me ONE thing that this administration has done correctly. "No Child Left Behind" has become "No Child's Behind Left" He has the unamitigated gall to create a program and then not finance it. Our nation is seriously in debt to Saudi Arabia and China. Our nation was once the world leader in manufacturing. Now practically nothing is made here. We have become a nation of overweight consumers that doesn't even have a viable national health plan. But lets talk about the 'success' of the Bush administration. What "success"? How about the SURGE. The only reason this surge is "working" is because Sadr called a cease fire. So even the "surge" is a failure. We have record foreclosures while at the same time we have corporate socialism. US taxpayers have to bail out companies like Bear Stearns while no one is helping the average US citizen who is losing his home. The multinationals have so many tax shelters that even if this administration tried to prosecute these scoundrels it wouldn't know where to begin. I do not despise Bush for no good reason. Mr. Bush rightfully earned my scorn and over
70% of the people of this nation agree with me.