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Bubba Bottoming out on Cocaine Paranoia?
another paranoid fantasy and impending preemptive strike
by Bubba, or by the NWO?
BTW, I really do not care how the NWO is defined --big
government serving its own interests works just as well, so
forget flaming me on the NWO. please do keep in mind, however,
that the CFR has a undue amount of influence in Washington and
the CFR is the bastion of established wealth.
this is a blatant statement that our government ("of and
for the people") has every intention of fully controlling the
content of * everything * we see. The five media conglomes
already toe the line in the interests of the NWO.
What the NWO failed to consider in their plans was the
explosion of the net, and * free * information --the inability
of the ruling order to control the news, and stifle mass
market criticism before it becomes a topic of general
Bubba's mouthpiece uttered the classic incompetent
government under attack mentality response to the problem:
"...hey, joe criminal uses sophisticated computer encryption
to plot his crimes. why must we be subject to criminals?
let's ban all communication [we can not control]...."
the suggestion that if commerce was permitted secure
cryptography, secure servers, and able to develop its own
safety net, the incentive would then not be worth the cost of
the mob cracking the codes (they would be reduced back
to the usual reliance on an inside job which, will be harder
and harder with better security)
No, but that solution does not serve the purpose of statist
governments controlling * everything *
personally, I am even more pessimistic than that:
America is being destroyed by the actions of our leaders
and their puppet-meisters:
1. the rewriting of educational textbooks by grant
dependent university professors.
2. the rewrite of history to reflect not only the
politically correct views, but to reflect history as
the elite wish to see it --even to the point of
rewriting quotations of Thomas Jefferson to suit their
3. the destruction of the means of investment by
permitting an "unregulated" economy built on the
greed of a elitist "core" of stock brokers who block
consumer actions until their own manipulations have set
the pace for their own gains.
4. the destruction a solvent government by the debt-based
economy of the Federal Reserve Bank which is not even
owned by the central government.
5. the destruction of the educational system by reverting
to education by the lowest common denominator. how can
young adults who graduate from high school with an
education which leaves them functionally literate
enough to take a driver's license and mathematically
skill only well enough to balance a check book be
consider "educated, well-informed" citizens?
6. the destruction of any work-incentive by the
establishment of a welfare society. the message today
is that it is "socially acceptable" to accept the dole; in
fact, it is preferable to demeaning oneself with
Is it any wonder why the U.S. has dropped below #20 in the
educational sweepsteaks of "Western" culture.
The result is a population base which is Joe-Six-Pack * at
best, * functional to the point of being able to turn on a TV
for 18 hours a day --the average viewing time of the American
public is now 7.2 hours * per day, * according to one recent
Another reports states that the average 6 year old today
has seen >2,000 murders... is there any question why there
is no value on life?
bubba is acting with "fear" as his motto. Dole wants to
literately wipe out drugs, even to the point of putting a
soldier on every street corner.
are we down to this?
1935 will go down in history!
For the first time a civilized nation has full gun
Our streets will be safer, our police more efficient, and
world will follow our lead in the future!
46. The U.S. government declares a ban on the possession,
sale, transportation, and transfer of all non-sporting
firearms. ...Consider the following statement:
I would fire upon U.S. citizens who refuse or resist
confiscation of firearms banned by the U.S. government.
--The USMC 29 Palms Combat Arms Survey
The survey was given to virtually all special combat units
of the Marine Corps (including my son), USArmy special units,
Navy Seals, &c. depending on which survey, there were 42
to 54 questions; the government told the men that the major
giving the "quiz" was doing a master's paper, or some such
The government's intent is clear, the above is how they
intend to enforce it, and either we stop it now, or there will
be no stopping it. guns are a part of it since it denies the
ability of "We, the people..." to take offensive action against
the government with even reasonable _personal_ firepower
--never mind the sophistication of the government arsenal.
The only thing in the peoples' favour is that guerilla warfare
is extremely difficult to deal with.
Why has it gone this far? because Joe-Six-Pack will sell
all his freedom in return for the promised security. whose is
the Judas goat? the captive press.
there is no need to subscribe to conspiracy theories
--there are enough facts of the table that conspiracies are
but, the statement that a "wired world will 'diminish national
sovereignty' is absolutely true --governments might just be fully
one of the few things we all share:
the utter, corrosive contempt for our elected officials.
=------- Forwarded Message Follows from Edupage of 10 Sep -------
=WIRED WORLD WILL "DIMINISH NATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY"
=A leading Clinton Administration official on information security and
=cryptography matters says that traditional notions of sovereignty,
=national security and warfare will be undermined by the year 2020,
=when the whole world is "wired" and e-cash is the norm. The result
=will be less powerful governments in relation to criminal
=organizations such as the Mafia and international drug cartels, says
=Michael Nelson, who adds that organized crime members are already
=some of the most sophisticated users of computer systems and strong
=encryption technology. In addition, computer crackers will pose a
=more significant threat. In response, Nelson advocates resolving the
=issue of whether unauthorized access of a computer is an "act of
=trespass" or an "act of war," and prosecuting the intrusions
=accordingly. (BNA Daily Report for Executives 6 Sep 96 A14)
= (Courtesy of Edupage)