A recent report, originally reported on by Alex Jones from Prison Planet, entitled “The Modern Militia Movement” was distributed by the Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC) that describes supporters of Presidential candidates Ron Paul, Chuck Baldwin and Bob Barr as ‘militia’ influenced terrorists and instructs the Missouri police to keep an eye out for supporters displaying bumper stickers and other miscellaneous items associated with the Constitutional, Campaign for Liberty and Libertarian parties.
The report, sent to Jones by an anonymous Missouri police officer, offers more evidence of the illegal suppression of peaceful political dissenters and more evidence of the fraudulent nature of the “war on terror.” If you don’t agree with the dissimulative dictatorship illegally created by former President Bush, you’re automatically labeled a terrorist or a criminal.
An article by Vicki Crawford from The Naples Daily News notes many other ways you can probably get yourself labeled a terrorist by the U.S. Government.
If you’re against the New World Order, the North American Union, abortion, illegal immigration, gun control, paying your taxes, or against Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and universal service programs you’re probably a terrorist, unless of course, you’re a member of the Presidential cabinet or, in most cases, a Congressional representative, in which case you’re excused.
CNN, the cozen news network, interviewed former Vice President Dick Cheney who did all he could to instill his usual fear-mongering fallacies we’ve all grown to despise and loathe the past eight years while badmouthing the Obama administration.
One reason Cheney may be making the rounds is because of renewed calls for a probe of Bush administration policies. The cozen news network, in their typical lapdog fashion, accepted Cheney’s diarrhetic rhetoric — intended to justify and rewrite his malfeasance — without question.
CNN is one perfect example of why media is failing and going bankrupt. Instead of reporting actual factual news, they willingly spread propaganda while repeatedly trying to rewrite the illicit history of the most corrupt, never-elected presidential administration with libelous ‘interviews’ while trying to stir up more political controversy — a neverending propaganda parade and misinformation campaign.
During his recent interview on CNN’s State of the Union, host John King, as noted by Media Matters, asked Cheney several leading questions, most of which were premised on conservative or Republican talking points that provided Cheney ample opportunities to attack President Obama.
A recent article by Christopher Ketcham from AlterNet details how Israel runs one of the most aggressive and damaging espionage networks that targets the U.S. — Israel is no friend of the U.S. — and how the illegal Israeli spying is oft-ignored by the media and the U.S. government.
American politicians fear the Isreali lobby. So much so that U.S. citizens are usually on the receiving end of egregious ‘legislation,’ and repeatedly end up getting shafted by their representatives in Congress. Congressional lobbying has plaqued ‘we the people’ for years.
Isreal’s spying on the U.S. has been well documented. Isreal maintains an active program to gather proprietary information within the United States, oftentimes by computer intrusions.
According to AlterNet, in 1996, the Defense Intelligence Service, a branch of the Pentagon, issued a warning that “the collection of scientific intelligence in the United States is the third highest priority of Isreali Intelligence after information on its Arab neighbors and information on secret U.S. policies or decisions relating to Isreal.” Isreali wiretaps of U.S. missions and embassies in the Middle East were part of a “standard operating procedure.”
Two competing versions of a federal shield law for reporters — a law regarding a journalist’s right to keep their sources confidential by banning the government from forcing them to reveal information on whistleblowers — is reportedly once again sparking the debate of how to define a journalist and whether or not blogging is considered journalism.
The House version’s definition of a journalist excludes bloggers, freelancers, independents and nonprofit journalists. The Senate version covers a person who is engaged in journalism. Both bills have exceptions for national security, terrorism and when reporters are eyewitnesses to a crime.
The bills were re-introduced to provide new, though limited, protection against subpoenas for journalists, and both versions contain a range of exceptions. Similar legislation was introduced in 2007, when the House version passed overwhelmingly and the Senate version passed easily out of committee but died without a full vote when the session ran out.
More information on the previous bills can be found here, here, here and here from The Citizens Media Law Project.