May 8, 2012
“We can’t prosecute anybody until we – what are we going to do? Repeal the National Security Act and then give everybody amnesty? Man, there’s a lot of criminals, a lot of murderers.” – Walter Bowart, “The Secret History of Mind Control.”
“If you sign up for the government, you’re going to give your life for the country. The National Security Act suspends all your civil rights, you get it? After you’ve given your life for the country, since they didn’t need you to survive, they’re going to use anything you’ve got – your body parts, your mind, your soul, anything. That’s the way the game is played. Most of the victims of mind control are government related.” – Walter Bowart, “The Secret History of Mind Control.”“A ruler who values his power and is anxious not to lose face remembering that his subjects include people of all kinds from the intelligent to the foolish, from those who almost call out to be bullied to those who rebel at the slightest suggestion of force, will choose the lesser evil: not to be found out.” – R.G. Collingwood. (1).
The National Security State and the entire post-WWII political order in Washington was built on the foundations of totalitarian power and cosmic secrecy. James W. Douglass, author of ‘JFK And The Unspeakable: Why He Died And Why It Matters,’ explained the legal and political ramifications of the passage of the 1947 National Security Act and NSC 10/2 in June 1948. Douglass wrote:
“To match the efficiency of a totalitarian enemy, U.S. military leaders urged legislation that would mobilize the nation to a state of constant readiness for war. Thus the National Security Act of 1947 laid the foundations of a national security state: the National Security Council (NSC), the National Security Resources Board (NSRB), the Munitions Board, the Research and Development Board, the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Before the act was passed, Secretary of State George Marshall warned President Truman that it granted the new intelligence agency in particular powers that were “almost unlimited,” a criticism of the CIA that Truman would echo much too late—soon after the assassination of John Kennedy.On June 18, 1948, Truman’s National Security Council took a further step into a CIA quicksand and approved top-secret directive NSC 10/2, which sanctioned U.S. intelligence to carry out a broad range of covert operations: “propaganda, economic warfare, preventive direct action including sabotage, anti-sabotage, demolition and evacuation measures; subversion against hostile states including assistance to underground resistance movements, guerrillas, and refugee liberation groups.” The CIA was now empowered to be a paramilitary organization. George Kennan, who sponsored NSC 10/2, said later in the light of history that it was “the greatest mistake I ever made.”Since NSC 10/2 authorized violations of international law, it also established official lying as their indispensable cover. All such activities had to be “so planned and executed that any US government responsibility for them is not evident to unauthorized persons, and that if uncovered the US government can plausibly deny any responsibility for them.” The national security doctrine of “plausible deniability” combined lying with hypocrisy. It marked the creation of a Frankenstein monster.” (2).
The dark powers behind the National Security State increased their control over the American presidency and the American people after the CIA’s assassination of JFK, and thereby turned the constitutional republic into a relic.
Since JFK’s martyrdom, it has been the tradition of Presidents to pass the buck and play hot potato with the truth. When President Obama came into office in 2009, he told the American people that they should“look forward, not backward.” In 2012, he is staying on message, making “forward” a key propaganda word in his re-election strategy.
Garry Wills, author of “Bomb Power: The Modern Presidency and the National Security State,” says that the politics of continuity is paralyzing the country and alienating the American people from their government. In April 2010, Wills wrote in his article, ‘Behind Obama’s Cool,’ that, “continuity easily turns into inertia.”
Walter Bowart, an American journalist and author of, ‘Operation Mind Control,’ a book which the CIA has tried to wipe out of existence, said that the solution is repealing the National Security Act of 1947. Obviously, this is easier said than done. As far as the current situation stands, it is almost impossible.
The tidal wave of American public opinion can turn things around, and the 9/11 truth movement is a big part of that, but America is not there yet. With the exception of Ron Paul, political leadership is lacking. Also, it will take a while before popular movements like Occupy Wall Street can gain enough social momentum to reform the political process and change the one-party dictatorship.
Another major false flag event like 9/11, which is highly likely at this point, will change the equation, but for whose benefit? If such an event is bigger than 9/11 it will re-inject paralyzing fear in Western society and allow the usurpers to conduct their war on humanity with an even greater confidence. The tyrants in Washington are ready to rain death on America like gods. Who is going to put himself in the middle of that storm? They probably already have political re-education campsand grave sites in place.
Can the cycle of government lying, state terror, and political betrayal be stopped, or are we stuck in a grand tragedy that eclipses the imaginations of the Greek poets and the lucid pen of Shakespeare? Do we have no choice but to let history play itself out to its tragic conclusion?
Or can the power of truth and the power of people be combined to unmask the totalitarian terrorist state in Washington before it attacks Iran with Israel and starts World War III?
All we can do is tell the truths of history and try to wake people up.
1. Collingwood, R.G. The New Leviathan: Or Man, Society, Civilization and Barbarism. 1942. Pg. 206.
2. Douglass, James W. JFK And The Unspeakable: Why He Died And Why It Matters. 2008. New York: Simon & Schuster. Pg. 33.
This article was posted: Tuesday, May 8, 2012 at 3:03 am