The Obvious Blowback

3 Oct

The obvious drawback to building a bomb, is the needing of somewhere (or someone) to test it on — Martin Walkyier, Skyclad, from the song Bombjour!

The science and technology of The New World Order has always been an integral component for the overall control system; if hearts and minds cannot be won, then hearts and minds just have to be eliminated all together.  What has been labeled The Military-Industrial Complex is often referred to as a money-making partnership.  But the story goes much deeper than that.  This marriage has borne a wicked and illegitimate offspring that sees humanity not as worthy of protection, but rather as an obstacle to be overcome.  This offspring, which I would call (no matter where one lives) The Police State, is a global force with complete disregard for civil rights, individuality, free expression of ideas, or cultural identity.

The Police State has always been around:  The Praetorian Guard used by Roman emperors, and Hitler’s Gestapo, are history’s most notorious examples.  It is important to note that every secretive group has had its enforcers (i.e. The Ninja, Mafia hitmen, and private military contractors), but when power becomes powerful enough, they unleash their enforcers into the open to become the examples that direct the future of nations and the world.  It is a very bad sign when the attack dog representatives of elite power can actually be seen; it is a clear indication that those in control no longer see a reason to keep their plans for domination and control hidden.  In fact, the fear factor serves to discourage future peaceful resistance.

The sick display at the G20 in Pittsburgh, USA, was an announcement to the American people that the enforcers of totalitarianism are now on American soil — and they are armed to the teeth.   This group of protesters was overwhelmingly peaceful, as many on-the-ground accounts document.  In America, free speech is a first amendment right that has continually been eroded by degrees through legislation, but this was the first instance of physical, flat-out assault from a well-armed, high-tech, military machine that was designed for Middle East-style unrest.  We can never discount the atrocities committed in places like Iraq and Afghanistan, but those countries do not have a history of constitutional democracy.  The treatment of American protesters exercising their Constitutional rights by a military force is a harbinger of things to come, and cannot be overstated in its barbarity.  The reports of tear gassing, high-tech LRAD weapons, arrests without charge (yet digitally fingerprinted nonetheless), intimidation, torture, sexual harassment, and abuse of every stripe is too voluminous to discount as conspiracy theory, or attention seeking.  This is treason by the perpetrators, and the mainstream media completely ignored it, of course, which will be the subject of our next article.  We all should be reminded from time to time that the first amendment reads as follows:

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

Private and international security forces don’t seem concerned with this “quaint” concept:  they are not answerable to the laws of the land where they commit their openly criminal activities, nor are they obligated to national loyalty; they are corporations with deep pockets, a stable of lawyers, and hired guns with a bulls-eye stamped on anyone who can add to their bottom line.  These private security forces want to use the tools of their trade, and their handlers are like pimps of violence seeking a money source.  These forces prey upon unrest; they do nothing to help solve the reasons for it.  Americans had better realize that all of the high-tech equipment that seemed cool to use in far-off lands — and to view on their plasmas TV’s — has finally blown back to America.

We believe that The G20 display was a testing ground to see what Americans, and the American system, is willing to accept.  This event has ultimately resulted in legal action taken by the State against people like Luke Rudkowski from We are Change.  The outcome of this legal action could very well solidify what is deemed acceptable or unacceptable on American soil.  Now is the time to redouble our efforts and insist upon freedom, not ask for it.



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