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Thursday, December 11, 2008

Andrew Krystal & Terrorism, the Next Phase

In response to “Terrorism, the next phase
– America must also integrate its police agencies in a unified manner in the U.S. and totally re-organize its mobilization of resources and communication unencumbered by State lines. Right now it is a cluster “mess” — an assortment of groups working individually and at cross-purposes.

General Howard has more to say. He will join me again. And judging by the quality of men like General Howard and General Patraeaus, I would place my money on Uncle Sam.

God Bless America.

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Censurer General Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation.
December 11th, 2008 at 4:56 am

To address the last point, about eliminating state lines for ‘police agencies’ (which, as of a couple of months ago, officially includes 20,000+ Northcom soldiers):

What point is there to ‘integrating’ all the NAU police / military departments just to give some autocrat at the top a switch to turn on or off at the flick of a switch?

Ask General Howard how North American air defenses were turned off on 9/11 and why this has never been investigated? The one plane that was shot down that day came about not because of an integrated system, but because one pilot refused to go along with the stand-down orders and followed practical military procedures.

Advocating that a heirarchical, centralized system is better able to respond to threats in the future both denigrates the local responders / officials and sets us up for more unchallenged false-flag terrorism in the future.

I’d rather have local police departments in charge, one whose potential corruption is limited to petty ammounts of fiat currency, rather than global genocidal and corporo-fascist agendas as we have seen in the early years of the 21st century.

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