Homeland Security Confirms Election Delay Talks
  911:  The Road to Tyranny    

Other Important Works Offered by Alex Jones Other Important Works Offered by Alex Jones Alex Jones Presents Police State 3:  Total Enslavement

Alex Jones' 911:  Descent into Tyranny


America Destroyed by Design

Mass Murderers Agree:  Gun Control Works!  T-Shirt

Homeland Security Confirms Election Delay Talks

VOA News/ 12 Jul 2004

The Department of Homeland Security has confirmed that the Bush administration has discussed possibly delaying the November presidential election if there is a new terrorist attack.

The report, in Newsweek magazine and confirmed Monday, says the discussions were spurred by a letter from U.S. Election Assistance Commission chairman DeForest Soirees.

Newsweek says Mr. Soaries wrote Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge to suggest asking Congress for emergency legislation to allow postponing the election after any attack.

California Congresswoman Jane Harman, the Senior Democrat on the House of Representatives Intelligence Committee, called the plan excessive.

But the Republican chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, California's Christopher Cox, told CNN Sunday the request was a prudent effort to plan for what he called "doomsday scenarios."

Fear Mongering and Conditioning for Total Control: Terror, Martial Law and the End of the Constitution

Infowars.com/July 12, 2004

More news today about terror and the elections -- this time we're being warned that the elections could be postponed in the event of a terror attack. At the beginning of the month we were warned that they might be cancelled outright. This is not to mention Homeland Security's ongoing fear mongering that a horrible attack is being aimed at the elections.

Across the news wires, the Administration is letting us know that security is being vamped up in fear of a terrible attack. We all know who stands to gain from such a terrible attack. We are being conditioned by this fear to accept the New World Order Police State system the globalists overlords will offer us should they proceed and orchestrate another horrible attack.

Consider this: This fear mongering is even getting attention in the mainstream media. Last week, the San Francisco Chronicle reported that some believe Bush is spreading fear for his own means.

Don't forget, Tommy Franks, in his December 2003 interview with Cigar Aficionado Magazine stated that a: "massive casualty-producing event" might cause "our population to question our own Constitution and begin to militarize our country." (see also Tommy Franks: Martial Law Will Replace Constitution After Next Terror Attack ).

Could this really happen? Don't forget the Hegelian Dialectic of problem-reaction-solution has been played out by power-crazy dictators many, many times throughout history (see 9/11: The Road to Tyranny for some examples).

Election Day Worries

Newsweek /July 19 issue

American counterterrorism officials, citing what they call "alarming" intelligence about a possible Qaeda strike inside the United States this fall, are reviewing a proposal that could allow for the postponement of the November presidential election in the event of such an attack, NEWSWEEK has learned.

The prospect that Al Qaeda might seek to disrupt the U.S. election was a major factor behind last week's terror warning by Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge. Ridge and other counterterrorism officials concede they have no intel about any specific plots. But the success of March's Madrid railway bombings in influencing the Spanish elections—as well as intercepted "chatter" among Qaeda operatives—has led analysts to conclude "they want to interfere with the elections," says one official.

As a result, sources tell NEWSWEEK, Ridge's department last week asked the Justice Department's Office of Legal Counsel to analyze what legal steps would be needed to permit the postponement of the election were an attack to take place. Justice was specifically asked to review a recent letter to Ridge from DeForest B. Soaries Jr., chairman of the newly created U.S. Election Assistance Commission. Soaries noted that, while a primary election in New York on September 11, 2001, was quickly suspended by that state's Board of Elections after the attacks that morning, "the federal government has no agency that has the statutory authority to cancel and reschedule a federal election." Soaries, a Bush appointee who two years ago was an unsuccessful GOP candidate for Congress, wants Ridge to seek emergency legislation from Congress empowering his agency to make such a call. Homeland officials say that as drastic as such proposals sound, they are taking them seriously—along with other possible contingency plans in the event of an election-eve or Election Day attack. "We are reviewing the issue to determine what steps need to be taken to secure the election," says Brian Roehrkasse, a Homeland spokesman.

— Michael Isikoff

© 2004 Newsweek, Inc.

Related Links:

From the White House, a nightmare scenario

FBI Agent: 2004 Will Be Remembered as 'Summer of Terror'

Attack on U.S. soil seen as likely

"Tapes Depict Proposal to Thwart
Bomb Used in Trade Center Blast"

911 the Road to Tyranny


Enter recipient's e-mail:



Police State 2000
Alex Jones Presents The Masters of Terror



911:  The Road to Tyranny