October 11th, 2006

Ten Reasons You Will Not Recognize America in Ten Years

I’ve previously posted about most of these things, but this summary is pretty succinct. From L. William Losapio:

“We shall have world government whether or not you like it, by conquest or consent.”
(Statement by Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) member James Warburg to The Senate Foreign Relations Committee on February 17th, l950)

“And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their forehead: and that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.” (Revelations 13:16)

The New Torture Bill
House bill H6166 (yup…) signed by the president, introduces, per the New York Times, “a dangerously broad definition of ‘illegal enemy combatant’…could subject legal residents … to summary arrest and indefinite detention with no hope of appeal.” It essentially broadens the term so that it can be applied to “whomever a military tribunal says so,” to paraphrase freedomunderground.org.

The PATRIOT Act
This law expands the government’s surveillance ability involving American citizens, particularly on-line and over voice communications via the use of wiretaps. It also greatly expands the definition of “terrorism” and allows the government to enter and search our homes without them informing us.

The REAL ID Act
This bill requires all U.S. citizens to carry a federal I.D. card to, as stated by CNET.com, “travel on an airplane, open a bank account, collect Social Security payments, or take advantage of nearly any government service.” Americans will hear some variant of “Your papers, please.” Will we accept it as necessary for our protection?

Kellogg Brown and Root Concentration Camps
Yes, you read that correctly. Concentration camps…on American soil. “Preposterous!” you say? Regrettably, quite a reality. KBR, a subsidiary of Cheney’s old stomping grounds, Haliburton, is at this moment building facilities to house and detain large numbers of people. Dow Jones Market Watch notes that the contract “which is effective immediately, provides for establishing temporary detention and processing capabilities to expand existing ICE Detention and Removal Operations Program facilities in the event of an emergency influx of immigrants into the U.S., or to support the rapid development of new programs….”

“The rapid development of new programs…” What on earth could they mean by that?

Do I have your attention yet?

Biometric Big Brother
Doing a quick search on “biometrics”, one quickly finds the Biometric Consortium which “serves as a focal point for research, development, testing, evaluation, and application of biometric-based personal identification/verification technology.” Already in use are rice-sized RFID chips implantable in human flesh, produced by a Florida-based company called Verichip (take a look at their website). It will become necessary to have this type of tag if one is to buy, sell, or otherwise participate in society (even turn on your computer). Note that Britain has already in place big brother type loudspeakers that shout at you when you may be committing a violation or infraction, or even using bad language-wasn’t that in some dystopian Schwarzenegger film? From the Daily Mail, Sept 16, 2006: “Big Brother is not only watching you – now he’s barking orders too. Britain’s first ‘talking’ CCTV cameras have arrived, publicly berating bad behaviour and shaming offenders into acting more responsibly.”

North American Union
The Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America website states that it “was launched in March of 2005 as a trilateral effort to increase security and enhance prosperity among the United States, Canada and Mexico through greater cooperation and information sharing.” Reading between the lines of the lullaby rhetoric, the president has signed agreements with Canada and Mexico, without congressional approval, to merge the three countries into a single North American Union. Prepare yourselves for the formal dismantling of the United States as a sovereign entity.

Prepare for the formal repeal of the Constitution (already a dead letter) and our sacred Bill of Rights (already abused to the point of obscurity). It is happening right under our noses.

Racial Scapegoating
Since 9/11/2001, it has become acceptable to bash muslims. At first, a distinction was made between the radical fundamentalists and those of more moderate persuasion, but over the past year, the rhetoric against “islamofascists” has mounted to an ear-splitting cacophony. When the administration adopts this bastard term of dubious meaning right from the mouth of sycophantic talk-radio, there is little hope of cooler heads making great efforts to distinquish between whom we might deem “radical islamofascists” and those who merely practice the religeon.

Take, as an alternative example, the great chorus of outcry against the mexican illegal immigrant. Now, understand, this massive flow of mexicans over the southern border is not only a problem ignored by the government, but has been coordinated and planned with government help. A major topic of right-wing talk radio, the tension is building for the government to step in and save the day. Mark my words, Americans will cheer as people of demonized ethnicity are herded into the aforementioned KBR camps.

Again, you as a sensible reader may likely scoff at this idea, but I point out to you that this scenario has already happened more than once on American soil: the herding of Native Americans onto reservations, and the internment of Japanese Americans during WWII.

Suppression of Dissent
The government began revoking the tax exempt status of churches whose pastors do not genuflect to the administration. The homes of whistle-blowers are raided by the BATF or similar organizations. Surveillance of peaceful demonstrations and the compilation of political profiles of peaceful demonstrators by police in New York (as reported by the ACLU).

Another curious point of note: The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, whose mission is to “reduce inequities around the world”, was recently outed as having funded the buy-up of independent newspapers around the country. Now I ask you, dear reader, why would the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation be buying independent newspapers?

Foreign Troops on American Soil
On September 8, 2005, the Associated Press reported that unarmed Mexican troops were escorted in to the U.S. to assist with Katrina relief efforts. National radio broadcaster, film maker, and researcher Alex Jones reported that his sources pointed out that this report was specific only to a single convoy, and that other convoys were identified as being armed. Congressman Ron Paul, R-TX, stated unequivocally that “any Mexican troops here period is illegal and unconstitutional.”

Cashless Society
Society is moving towards the complete digitization of money. When this happens, all ability to maintain anonymity in transactions will be gone. Every last thing we buy–lest we resort to out-and-out barter (which would collapse the division of labor if it became widespread)–will be traceable by The Powers That Be.

9 Responses to “Ten Reasons You Will Not Recognize America in Ten Years”

  1. Dustin Davis
    October 12, 2006 at 8:18 am #

    And maybe, hopefully…

    11. Christ will reign personally upon the earth and the earth will be renewed and receive its paradisiacal glory.

  2. Connor
    October 12, 2006 at 8:38 am #

    Ha! Awesome. While I greatly look forward to that event, I don’t think it will be within ten years.. we still have quite a bit to do in preparation for the Second Coming.

  3. Kelly Winterton
    October 12, 2006 at 12:15 pm #

    We need to wake up to the developing circumstances around us. JS and other modern-day prophets have warned us the Constitution would hang by a thread. This prophecy is now being fulfilled before our eyes.

  4. fontor
    October 13, 2006 at 9:03 am #

    Ugh. Connor, you’d be such a great liberal if you’d stick to points 1, 2, 7, and 8.

    Then you had to throw in 3, 5, 6, 9, and 10, which reminded me a lot of the paranoid stuff that’s been kicking around since the 70s. The only thing missing was the Russians developing telekenesis.

    I hadn’t heard 4 before, but it sounds kind of nasty.

  5. LibiddyBill
    October 26, 2006 at 7:59 am #

    Connor… thanks for spreading my article and for including a link back to my site (good netiquette!).

    As for Fontor… I’m sorry that I can read. I’m sorry that I refuse to dismiss the writing on the wall. I’m sorry that I and Connor are not “good liberals.” That’s just silly. You seem inclined to dismiss certain facts because they don’t allow you to stay within your bogus left/right paradigm. I hate to be crass, but the time for wallowing around in this fraudulent ideology is over. Look at what is happening. You can deny the news reports as paranoid stuff, but you only demonstrate your need to live in a concocted mind set ….

    Take the red pill.

    Sincerely,
    Bill Losapio
    http://www.lwilliamlosapio.com

  6. fontor
    October 26, 2006 at 9:00 pm #

    Hi, Bill.

    Yes, I am a liberal. And not ideologically so, but pragmatically so. If you look over my comments, you’ll notice that Connor and I, two people with very different worldviews, have quite a few points of convergence. And that’s why I was teasing Connor about being a liberal. So enough of the trash talk.

    I repeat, the points I’ve mentioned have been a staple of the ideological right since I was a kid. It’s the kind of thing where someone will make some kind of vague prediction (like having to have a mark on your arm or forehead to buy stuff) and then if anything even remotely close comes up (e.g. microchips), they claim it’s a match. If it doesn’t happen? They claim that it will someday.

    It sounds from your handle that you’re interested in preserving liberty, to which I enthusiastically agree. I think your interests are poorly served by uncritically matching current events to ideologically slanted (and out-of-date) predictions. It’s not good logic, and it’s not helpful.

    That said, the last six years have had a way of making my most paranoid delusions come true…

    Oh, and I did take the red pill, but it made me into an atheist, not a conspiracy theorist. Guess I didn’t check the ingredients.

  7. October 26, 2006 at 10:27 pm #

    Fontor

    What’s a pragmatic liberal? You do what ever is practical for your ideology?

  8. fontor
    October 26, 2006 at 11:56 pm #

    No, I mean I try to make sure that my political notions are grounded in what will work or what has worked before, and not in a philosophy or ideology.

    That is not to say I always succeed.

    I actually liked what Bill said about the left/right continuum being bogus. It’s not entirely, but it needs another dimension. I’ve heard an idea that we can add pragmatic/ideological as another axis. So left and right are… well, left and right, but up and down could be ideological and pragmatic.

    This could explain why Hitler (right) and Stalin (left) both resembled each other (killed lots of people, etc). They were both ideologues. I’m down on the pragmatic left.

    It’s just an idea, so I’m not too attached to it, but it could be useful to someone.

  9. October 27, 2006 at 2:06 pm #

    The old line communists are right, not left. Old communist hardliners are far right in former USSR. Capitalism and freedom Jeffersonian style, is liberal (left) in the old Red State.

    Here in America if one is for Socialism, such a person is liberal or left.

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