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- Legislation allowing military recruits to enter service up to age 42 and to create a new $1,000 finder’s fee for service members who tip off recruiters to good prospects has received tentative approval in the Senate.
- A Pakistani-American who served four years in the United States Air Force as munitions personnel was beaten and brutalized by right-wing students and campus police last Thursday at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.
- Attorneys for the activists say the raids are the latest in a series of intimidation tactics used by federal prosecutors in their ongoing investigation.
- "The US military might have to quarantine areas of the United States if there was a serious outbreak of the deadly avian flu."
- Devices capture everything you ever type, then can send it via your ethernet card to the Dept. of Homeland Security without your knowledge, consent or a search warrant each time you log onto the internet!
- On Thursday, two days before the march, the military conducted some sort of top secret exercise in the DC area; Bush and others cleared out of DC for the weekend; The CDC has found tularemia in filters placed around the Mall on Sept 24 and 25.
- Australia just became a place where a citizen can be detained for two weeks without charge, and where a person convicted of no crime at all can be forced to wear an ankle bracelet that continuously broadcasts their movements to an unknown watcher for up to a year.
- During this afternoon's White House press conference President Bush confirmed that he would attempt to impose military curfews and quarantines in case of a flu pandemic occurring in the United States.
- How did francisella tularensis (tularemia), a deadly bacteria, show up on the Washington Mall precisely at the time one of the largest antiwar demonstrations in U.S. history was underway?
- ARMY TO TAKE CONTROL DURING NATIONAL CRISES
- The Army is closing the books on one of the leanest recruiting years since it became an all-volunteer service three decades ago, missing its enlistment target by the largest margin since 1979 and raising questions about its plans for growth.
- The FBI would not say how often these mistakes happen. And, though any incriminating evidence mistakenly collected is not legally admissible in a criminal case, there is no way of knowing whether it is used to begin an investigation.
- The Bush administration has been using an extreme version of an obscure doctrine called the Unitary Executive Theory to justify executive actions that far exceed past presidents' power...
- Ann Beeson, ACLU associate legal director and lead attorney in the case, said "the court has recognized that gagging our client from participating in the PATRIOT Act debate violates the First Amendment and is profoundly undemocratic. Today's ruling makes clear that the government cannot silence innocent Americans simply by invoking national security."
- Born of the abuses of the Reconstruction era and the stolen election of 1876, the PCA prohibits the use of federal troops (or national guardsmen under federal control) unless specifically authorized by an act of Congress. In short, it is the main obstacle in the path of creating an American police state. Therefore it is not surprising that there has been an increase in "chatter" about scrapping the law.
- Martial Law: The Pretext Is Now Set
- Three hundred agents with sharp shooters surround an old man wearing a pacemaker then swarm his farmhouse, shooting a barrage of bullets and leaving him to die on the floor in a pool of blood without calling for medical help. These are the reports coming from the island, made by eye-witnesses, but not reported here by the doddling and inept American press, obviously again covering up for our ruthless government agencies
- I believe they have come to the logical conclusion that for the police state to work without total civil war then it must posses a human face. The trend will now be: Authority that cares. This is the most logical way of putting the public to sleep while taking their liberties.
- "I got to the point I could hardly go to the airport, because I couldn't anticipate what would happen and I couldn't do anything,"
- Martial Law: Police State America - We're So Close Now
- Cell Phones Used to Track Users Without Probable Cause
- This is just the 5th time in the history of the 101st that the entire division has been deployed all at once.
- It may be the oddest tale to emerge from the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Armed dolphins, trained by the US military to shoot terrorists and pinpoint spies underwater, may be missing in the Gulf of Mexico.
- The National Security Agency has obtained a patent on a method of figuring out an Internet user's geographic location.
- Suspects arrested or detained by federal authorities could be forced to provide samples of their DNA that would be recorded in a central database under a provision of a Senate bill to expand government collection of personal data.
- THE US military wants to buy large quantities of anthrax, in a controversial move that is likely to raise questions over its commitment to treaties designed to limit the spread of biological weapons.
- President Bush is the Commander in Chief and what is unfolding at the Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs is the planning behind closed doors of a major military operation on US soil.
- Our sources inform us that far from this being a change of plan, Bush is visiting Northcom for a reason.
- If you are foolish enough to volunteer for Special Forces, then you will be trained to kill, up close, without compunction, without hesitation, and on cue. You will also be subjected to covert mind control technologies which will affect you for the remainder of your life. They do not tell you, nor do they ask you for your permission to be programmed.
- Perhaps the most interesting and sinister field in Intelligence is Covert Action (also referred to as Clandestine Operations, Black Ops, and Black Operations).
- Without any doubt, the most dangerous threat to the freedom of the American people in our lifetime lies with what might be called the Padilla doctrine, an exercise of such raw military power that, if upheld, will totally transform life in America as we know it. Unfortunately most Americans remain blissfully unaware of the ominous implications of this doctrine.
- An unclassified draft of a US nuclear doctrine review that spells out conditions under which US commanders might seek approval to use nuclear weapons has been removed from a Pentagon website, a spokesman said Monday.
- Vegans Targeted for Protesting Outside Honey Baked Ham Store
- Today, somewhere in the DC metropolitan area, the military is conducting a highly classified Granite Shadow "demonstration." Granite Shadow is yet another new Top Secret and compartmented operation related to the military’s extra-legal powers regarding weapons of mass destruction. It allows for emergency military operations in the United States without civilian supervision or control.
- A congressionally-mandated commission with ties to the defense industry is pushing a fake threat -- electromagnetic pulse attacks -- when the Pentagon can hardly conduct one itself.
- Both residents said search crews entered the harbor in inflatable boats with machine guns mounted on their bows. Then, carrying M-16 rifles, they approached residents and boarded and searched their boats in the name of safety and "homeland security."
- "When a government wishes to deprive its citizens of freedom, and reduce them to slavery, it generally makes use of a standing army."
- "Everybody just loves Camp Freedom. It's got shiny barbed wire fences and each new visitor gets their own implantable microchip free of charge. And with the microchip, nobody has to worry about having their money stolen because there is no money! Food credits are added on arrival and automatically debited when prisoners, uh, I mean visitors, take their food from the chow line."
- President Bush's push to give the military a bigger role in responding to major disasters like Hurricane Katrina could lead to a loosening of legal limits on the use of federal troops on U.S. soil
- The world’s private security industry is likely to double in size over the next five years, a leading European research group said Sept. 13, and called for rules to be rapidly put in place to regulate it.
- Security Check-In Toy
- He wants Congress to look into whether presidential authority should be expanded in times of catastrophes like Katrina
- Is George Bush the most dangerous president in U.S. history?
- Expect Blackwater goons, experienced in killing "insurgents" in South Africa and Iraq, to enter your house—by way of kicking in the front door or pitching a stun grenade through the living room window—and confiscate your weapons and haul you off to a FEMA concentration camp
- The other Bush disaster cover-up: At least 300 U.S. military deaths from Indian Ocean tsunami
- The Pentagon has drafted a revised doctrine for the use of nuclear weapons that envisions commanders requesting presidential approval to use them to preempt an attack by a nation or a terrorist group using weapons of mass destruction. The draft also includes the option of using nuclear arms to destroy known enemy stockpiles of nuclear, biological or chemical weapons.
- Now Bush can lock up anyone forever without charge
- When parents are properly informed, opt out rates reach 90%
- Law enforcement officials in Michigan have been busy slapping the "terrorist" label on domestic groups.
- One of the affidavits was filed by a librarian charged with educating the library community and general public about intellectual freedom.
- Just what the trigger-happy NYPD needs: Barrett .50 caliber rifles. Mounted in helicopters, no less.
- by Webster Griffin Tarpley - According to one high-ranking retired US military officer, a warning has been issued inside the Pentagon about a large-scale terrorist attack in the US around the fourth anniversary of 9/11 on September 11, 2005. (EIR, August 16, 2005) According to this source, US CENTCOM (Central Command), SOCOM (Special Operations Command) and STRATCOM (Strategic Command) were asked what their capabilities against Iran would be.
- DARPA's HELLADS (High Energy Liquid Laser Area Defense System) will be light enough to fit on a fighter jet or drone aircraft, and yet powerful enough to fire a 150 kilowatt beam of energy. Star Wars laser cannon may be closer than you think.
- "Is this a great day for the CIA or what?"; Well, not exactly. The party was, in fact, a wake, marking the end of Mr. Goss' role as director of central intelligence, the CIA's role as the central intelligence agency in the intelligence community and the replacement of the CIA by the military arm of the government. I guess the CIA was not fascist enough?
- From blimps to do-it-yourself unmanned vehicles, a trend takes flight
- Tommy Franks Invades Logan Street Elementary School
- Why do nations, that profit most from the sale of weapons for war, death and destruction, shout loudest in claiming to be proponents of peace?
- "I thought I was going to get sick. I felt like I was going to faint. I was humiliated because I was there with this stranger and here I am with my blouse undone and he didn't give me a chance to tie it up, and I was just so worried for my baby."
- The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit to block the FBI from obtaining records from an organization possessing information about library patrons.
- U.S. ports are preparing for catastrophic terrorism in a major new program of security drills that began last week in the San Francisco Bay area and continues next week in Baltimore
- The "thermobaric" Hellfire AGM-114N warhead creates an intense, sustained pressure wave that can strike around corners in "caves, bunkers and hardened multi-room complexes," the manufacturer, Lockheed Martin Corp., said
- A series of Pentagon initiatives aimed at space militarization and at the creation of new types of armament -- capable of precisely striking small targets in every corner of the world and of neutralizing most of today's anti-aircraft defenses -- will likely result in a new power battlefield in the near future.
- ...if you piece together scattered reports from a variety of sources about the impact of the Bush administration’s domestic "War on Terror". In early August alone, a number of disturbing articles suggested that measures designed to protect Americans are seriously undermining the most basic civil rights of both citizens and guests in this country—in an ostensibly still-free society.
- The U.S. Government has the authority to prohibit the private possession of gold and silver coin and bullion by U.S. citizens during wartime, and, during wartime and declared emergencies, to freeze their ownership of shares of mining companies, the Treasury Department has told the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee.
- Officials unveiled the high-tech future of transit security in New York City yesterday: an ambitious plan to saturate the subways with 1,000 video cameras and 3,000 motion sensors and to enable cellphone service in 277 underground stations - but not in moving trains - for the first time.
- Existing stun weapons, such as the Taser, typically fire a pair of darts trailing current-carrying wires to shock the target, with a maximum range of about 7 metres. The HSARPA programme aims to develop wireless weapons that can be used over greater distances in spaces such as "an auditorium, a city street or a sports stadium".
- Is America going fascist? Or has the cursed event already happened?
- Armed with assault rifles and tear gas, the police used dogs to sweep the crowd for narcotics. At least one helicopter was used in the operation.
- "Run away from the light": Such might be the motto of a new, covert policy that the Bush administration is considering implementing. According to recent news reports, it would be the largest expansion into the world of black ops and covert action since the end of the Vietnam War in the 1970s.
- No one can read this, and think the occasional administration's slip of the tongue about "the American Empire" is not true.
- ...One federal worker in Nevada said he's on the list even though he's got a federal security clearance. An accountant in Texas said he's encountered an airline that will cancel a flight if he's on it.
- A non-lethal -- but potentially harmful -- crowd control weapon that heats human skin is bound for Iraq, and possibly to a police department near you.
- Force Ministries, with links to the TBN website, promotes "Imparting Faith in Christ" -- through the barrel of a gun.
- Of course, few are putting it that way. But in an August 8, 2005, Washington Post article, its author Bradley Graham headlined it this way: "War Plans Drafted To Counter Terror Attacks in U.S.—Domestic Effort is Big Shift for Military." What a flair for understatement.
- Chertoff, who looks remarkably like the late Soviet dictator Lenin, wants civilian control (read Homeland Security oversight) over all military operations in the US, presumably including the newly established NORTHCOM Command.
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