Why The Patriot Act Is Intended To Fail
Next attack will give Globalists reason to blame 'Constitution huggers,' NSA spying leak part of the disinfo
Alex Jones & Paul Joseph Watson | December 20 2005
From all the indications we have studied it seems that the Patriot Act is intentionally destined to fail so that when the Globalists carry out a terror attack they can blame 'civil liberties advocates' for preventing them from keeping the general public safe and then reject out of hand criticism of all future police state legislation that they pass.
Neo-Cons who have received their uniform talking points memo are all over the radio bragging, 'you just wait until there's another attack, you'll be in the forced labor camps'. We have heard this from Michael Savage and many others of his ilk on numerous occasions.
Why do they need the Patriot Act to fail? Because if the Globalists carry out another terror attack right now, people will be inclined to say that the existing Patriot Act powers were in the hands of the government and they failed to protect us, thus discrediting the police state legislation.
This was the tone of a memo circulating amongst Republican elite last month which voiced concern about how another terror attack would play out. The authors of the memo feared that people's loss of faith in their belief that the government could protect them would override group think reactions of begging the state to ensure their safety once again under any circumstances.
If for a few months the government can bemoan the fact that they don't have Patriot Act powers to protect the American people, at that time it would be expedient for them to set off the suitcase nuke or release the biological.
The New World Order agenda is almost complete but right at the end of the line they're encountering far more resistance than they ever bargained for, which is why they may have to opt for a more sophisticated shift in tactics rather than the simple formula of staged terror and fearmongering.
The Senate is always more politically conniving than the House and the Globalists have a far firmer grip over it than they do the House, which is largely made up of a combination of people with misguided good intentions and those who are just selfishly interested in greasing up the power pole.
We have to consider the timing of the leak that Bush authorized the NSA to spy on Americans. The limited nature of this so-called revelation is a story within itself. The NSA has been spying on Americans for decades and Echelon has had the capability to track every communication in real time for at least ten years.
Newsmax admits that the Clinton administration used Echelon to spy on Americans but then performs mental gymnastics and double think by suggesting that this makes it OK for Republicans to spy on Americans too. No it doesn't! When Clinton did it, it was bad, when Bush does it, it's still bad!
Best-selling books like those of James Bamford written in the 90's brought to light NSA declassified documents confirming the NSA were spying on millions of Americans by keyword logging methods.
In stating that the NSA watches American citizens, the New York Times was by no means breaking an exclusive story. This was merely an attempt to spin what was already known and try to justify it by saying that Bush wanted to stop the terrorists. Consequently the NSA spying on Americans if it's 'to stop Al-Qaeda' is made palatable amongst ordinary Americans.
Subsequently the routine daily use of such measures becomes the norm, because the New York Times 'exclusive' was a means of announcing the use of such measures, coming out in the open and legitimizing the whole program. The New York Times is selling the story to the American people by whitewashing it.
Therefore the duality of the Patriot Act not being renewed and the NSA 'revelations' will become intertwined in the minds of the public. So when the next terror event takes place both can be trumpeted and those that questioned them and stood up for the 'God damned piece of paper' that is the Constitution will be castigated as the enemy.
The Echelon spying network and its operational infrastructure has been publicly admitted for a long time. The five Echelon countries, The United States, Canada, Great Britain, Australia and New Zealand all work in tandem to spy on each other's citizens, with Echelon personnel loaned out to each different country. This enables them to bypass laws stating that a government cannot spy on its own citizens, which is why Bush, Rice, Gonzales and others have been able to spin it by saying that the spying is international and not domestic.
The architecture of world government and the global surveillance grid is already is place and has been for years. This whole process is simply a means of announcing its presence and slowly brow-beating Americans to accept it without dissent with revolving slick media disinformation campaigns and phony good cop bad cop false debates.