December 5, 2011
Newt wanted to restructure the US government outlined in the Constitution, that he swore to uphold and said he believed in, giving special terror authority to the Executive Branch before 9/11 based on terror attacks he thought of before they happened months later. Look who is running for president. Clip aired September 16, 2001.
Newt knew large scale terror was about to hit America, now vetted for the Executive branch he gave despotic secret authority to rule like a king under. It is critical you understand the post-9/11 government, it is not the America we were told about in US history. The DHS gives the president unconstitutional authority and power, eliminating the checks and balances, legally allowing unlawful engineered operations and secrecy under the guise of “security”. Newt wants to eliminate the laws against supporting terrorist … “so he can penetrate the cells” and work with our enemies staging covert terrorism and double agent spy back stabbing, treason under the laws he wants to change. This is how Obama can legally run Al-Qaeda in Libya and call them “rebels”. As Newt says “unsavory people” with human rights violations. Newt had planned much bigger terror attacks than 9/11 for the American people, he still got his biological attack. Newt impossibly predicted 9/11 and Anthrax months before they happened, and planned the anti-Constitutional response. Criminal traitors for president, vetted for the sheep to choose from. Newt Gingrich is a 9/11 terrorism benefactor, add him to the top suspect list. Knewt had it all planned out before 9/11, a real Constitution hating militant communist subversive American traitor. Hyndsight is 20/20. He knew and said too much before it happened to be innocent.
Road Map for National Security: Imperative for Change …. February 15, 2001
The combination of unconventional weapons proliferation with the persistence of international terrorism will end the relative invulnerability of the U.S. homeland to catastrophic attack. A direct attack against American citizens on American soil is likely over the next quarter century. The risk is not only death and destruction but also a demoralization that could undermine U.S. global leadership. In the face of this threat, our nation has no coherent or integrated governmental structures.
We therefore recommend the creation of an independent National Homeland Security Agency (NHSA) with responsibility for planning, coordinating, and integrating various U.S. government activities involved in homeland security. NHSA would be built upon the Federal Emergency Management Agency, with the three organizations currently on the front line of border security—the Coast Guard, the Customs Service, and the Border Patrol—transferred to it. NHSA would not only protect American lives, but also assume responsibility for overseeing the protection of the nation’s critical infrastructure, including information technology.
The NHSA Director would have Cabinet status and would be a statutory advisor to the National Security Council. The legal foundation for the National Homeland Security Agency would rest firmly within the array of Constitutional guarantees for civil liberties. The observance of these guarantees in the event of a national security emergency would be safeguarded by NHSA’s interagency coordinating activities—which would include the Department of Justice—as well as by its conduct of advance exercises. The potentially catastrophic nature of homeland attacks necessitates our being prepared to use the extensive resources of the Department of Defense (DoD). We recommend that a new office of Assistant Secretary for Homeland Security be created to oversee DoD activities in this domain and to ensure that the necessary resources are made available. New priorities also need to be set for the U.S. armed forces in light of the threat to the homeland. We urge, in particular, that the National Guard be given homeland security as a primary mission, as the U.S. Constitution itself ordains. The National Guard should be reorganized, trained, and equipped to undertake that mission. Finally, we recommend that Congress reorganize itself to accommodate this Executive Branch realignment, and that it also form a special select committee for homeland security to provide Congressional support and oversight in this critical area.
Research it: http://www.au.af.mil/au/awc/awcgate/nssg/
This article was posted: Monday, December 5, 2011 at 2:12 pm