Saturday, April 14, 2007

The NAZI Indoctrination Of The FBI/NSA & Their Unconstitutional Use Of Satellites To Spy On Americans

Given the extreme ways in which the FBI has served to defeat the foundations of American civil liberties over the past ninety-nine years, it is only reasonable that Americans must ponder whether or not this federal agency is in its twilight.

While the FBI has long committed its crimes in ways which were plausibly deniable, the fact is that it has still perpetrated them. And in doing so, one must wonder exactly what it is that an agency which was created to prevent the types of crimes that it routinely commits, is still doing in existence?

This is certainly a very reasonable question to ask, given that the FBI's crimes are so reprehensible, that they simply can no longer be overlooked.

Congress and the Department Of Justice may do so, but as one who's been subjugated to the most outrageous violations of the US Bill Of Rights ever documented by an American citizen, I am not about to.

The FBI was at least in theory created to protect American civil liberties, not to violate them. And if one carefully researches the FBI's history of deceiving the American people and perpetrating crimes that would put any normal citizen in prison for life, one can only arrive the following conclusion:

The FBI long ago outlived its usefulness as a law enforcement agency (if it ever was), and in the present day only serves to undermine the US Bill Of Rights and American Civil Liberties.

As an example of this agency's complicity in the obstruction of justice, one must question whatever happened to the black boxes which were found at the World Trade Center? And what has the FBI done with the videotapes that it seized from the Virginia Department Of Transportation, the Sheraton Hotel, and other venues in which cameras which were mounted around the Pentagon? Cameras which captured a clear view of whatever it was that damaged the Pentagon on the morning of September 11th, 2001. It's clear that the FBI's confiscation of these tapes was in no way related to a follow-up investigation, but to instead obstruct justice by preventing the American people from viewing what was on them.

In understanding this, one must seriously contemplate the demise of this agency which is now clearly in its twilight, quite literally distrusted by many Americans, and absolutely despised by those who are aware of its criminal history.

As someone who's done extensive research into the FBI, I can say without any reservation, that Congress, the Department Of Justice, and the FBI itself, are to blame for the predicament that this agency now finds itself in.

A long history of criminal activity, malice, and what has most assuredly been a complete lack of accountability as well as candor in regard to its actions, have left the FBI open to an unprecedented and considerable amount of criticism.

If it is not the most distrusted organization in this country, it ranks right up at the top of the list along with the CIA, NSA and Pentagon; all of whom have a history of extensive criminal activities, and virtually no accountability for their actions.

"It's become quite apparent that in their efforts to subvert the US Constitution, the FBI, NSA and CIA ( as well as the rest of the US Intelligence community) have become the very terrorists that they have always feigned an interest in apprehending."

The truth of the matter is that all of the aforementioned Intelligence organizations have succeeded in destroying the basic foundations of America, through their own paranoia and greed for power. Moreover, when confronted with their despicable actions they have without exception attempted to justify them. However, their excuses are as fraudulent as their masquerade as protectors of the American people.

The actions of both the FBI and NSA in particular, are such violations of the US Bill Of Rights, that one must only review this document to understand the subversive nature of these two agencies.

Perhaps the cruelest irony of all is that those Americans who defend the US Bill Of Rights are usually the ones who find themselves being targeted by these agencies; agencies that have attempted to completely eradicate the US Constitution by working to undermine every aspect of it.

I wrote an article several months ago in which I discussed how unconstitutional the NSA's use of audio visual spy satellites and remote neural monitoring is; technologies which are being deployed to illegally interrogate those Americans whom these agencies have targeted, denying them their right to legal counsel.

The FBI/NSA criminal use of these satellites also denies Americans their 4th Amendment right since it enables these agencies to illegally track them continuously without any privacy whatsoever, even within the protected venues of their own domiciles:

IV Amendment

"The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized."

In fact, the 4th Amendment really needs to undergo further updates which include protections safeguarding the privacy of one's mind, since the NSA's remote neural monitoring technology is capable of electronically accessing any American's sub vocalized thoughts by way of satellites and Artificial Intelligence supercomputers; computers which are located at the NSA's Fort Meade, Maryland headquarters. (See John St. Clair Akwei's lawsuit against the NSA -- Google Akwei VS NSA.)

The FBI/NSA use of this technology is also an outrageous violation of the 5th Amendment since its use for interrogative purposes quite literally treats those targeted by it, as if they have already been arrested and charged with crimes, when they in fact not.

This also uncovers another important issue. The NSA and FBI have utilized remote neural monitoring technology to make satellite prisoners out of all of those persons targeted by it. This act clearly violates the right to due process of law for each of those citizens targeted by this technology, while in turn denying them their constitutional right to legal counsel.

Traditionally, one would not require counsel unless arrested and charged with a given crime(s). However, remote neural monitoring has altered the legal landscape in this area, since it is being used by the NSA and FBI to illegally remotely interrogate those citizens whom it has chosen to target. Moreover, this aspect of these spy satellites is also in violation of one's right to avoid self incrimination.

Amendment V

"No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a grand jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the militia, when in actual service in time of war or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation."

The NSA/FBI use of satellite based weapons to torture American citizens is also a violation of the VIII Amendment, which prohibits the use of torture (cruel and unusual punishments). And one would have to concur that the use of satellite based weapons to target various areas of a person's body to torture them, is indeed cruel and unusual punishment.

So is sexually assaulting a person by using this technology to force them to orgasm, as well as burning their skin and other parts of their bodies (crimes which have been commonly reported by a myriad of American citizens). These crimes are also being reported throughout Europe, and many other parts of the globe, by citizens who are quite literally being attacked by their own governments; governments that are using them for the purpose of non consensual human experimentation:

Amendment VIII

"Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted."

Those of us who've attempted to describe the crimes that the FBI and NSA have subjected us to are routinely denied our 1st Amendment Right to freedom of speech, through the censuring of our writings within the public media. Many people targeted for these attacks have reported that articles which they'd posted were removed from venues such as the Independent Media Center Websites, in efforts to prevent them from promulgating their accounts of being tortured by the FBI and NSA. This author has experienced this on myriad occasions and knows of numerous others who have reported the same experiences:

Amendment I

"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."

In summary, it's clear that these two agencies and their Nazi ideology are a very real threat to every American citizen and as such should be abolished. The real issue in the present day is that the legal profession long ago began avoiding cases which concerned civil liberties and instead moved towards those which were more lucrative. In having done so, the legal profession within the United States should no longer be seen as a defender of the Bill Of Rights, but instead as just another cog in the wheel of the injustices meted out to the American people.

However, the fact still remains that there are numerous lawsuits just waiting in the wings; those which will one day take the FBI and NSA to task for their crimes against humanity. The real issue in the present concerns whether or not there are any lawyers left in this country who have the courage to stand up for the principles that it was founded on? Or have they all sold out for profit?

Outside of organizations like the ACLU and Amnesty International, who for the most part do the best they can given what they have to work with, it appears that the rest of the legal profession has long been consumed with the corporatist elite, who measure their successes by the size of their annual incomes, rather than their defense of the disenfranchised in this country.


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