By Al Benson Jr.
Tuesday, August 6, 2013
Is Government Declaring War on the American People?
Posted by Charleston Voice
By Al Benson Jr.
We’ve been told some of our embassies in the Middle East are being temporarily shut down because our “intelligence” services have intercepted information about “…a significant threat from an al-Qaeda affiliate, a senior U.S. official is providing new details about the communications intercepted from the terrorists, telling ABC News that al-Qaeda operatives could be heard talking about an upcoming attack.”
This from an article on http://www.infowars.com for August 4, 2013. The article continued:
“The part that is alarming is the confidence they showed while communicating and the air of certainly,’ the official said, adding that the group—Al-Qaeda in the Arabian peninsula—appeared to have a media plan for after the attack.’ So al-Qaeda is planning on attacking some of our Middle East embassies, it’s supposed to be a big attack, and they have a “media plan” for after its over. Part of their media plan must be for the prostituted American media to lie to the American people about what went on. We never get the real truth from “those people.”
As interesting as this article is, one from Charleston Voice by Dr. Stuart Jeanne Bramhall really adds the frosting to the terrorist cake. Dr. Bramhall begins:
“It’s extremely ironic for the U.S, State Department to be issuing travel alerts for US citizens in the Middle East and North Africa the same week we learn that the Pentagon is contracting with Al Qaeda and Taliban supporters to carry out Afghan reconstruction projects…The report reveals (John) Sopko asked the US Army Suspension and Disbarment Office to cancel 45 contracts to known Al Qaeda and Taliban supporters. They refused. The reason? The Suspension and Disbarment Office claims it would violate Al Qaeda and Taliban ‘due process rights.’” John Sopko is the Special Inspector for Afghan Reconstruction.
Did you get that? Official terrorist groups now have “due process rights.”
Interesting that there are no “due process rights” for detainees at Guantanamo, or for whistleblowers, or, for that matter, ordinary honest American citizens who are subject to continued spying (they call it surveillance) by the NSA.
Dr. Bramhall observed: “In the last two years the CIA has been caught red-handed funding and training Al Qaeda militants in Libya and Syria. Based on Sopko’s report, Pentagon support for Al Qaeda and the Taliban is official as of August 1.”
And Bramhall asked a pertinent question: “Let me see if I can think this through: the Pentagon is giving Al Qaeda and the Taliban funding, even though Al Qaeda and the Taliban are planning to carry out attacks on US citizens. How can this be happening? It would appear that the US government is at war with its own people.” Now that is an astute observation. That’s exactly what is going on. This current Marxist regime is, indeed, at war with its own people. Why else does it label Veterans, homeschoolers, Bible-believing Christians and supporters of the Second Amendment as “right-wing extremists” and “low-level terrorists?”
Mr. Obama has been at war with the American people ever since he told us he planned to “fundamentally transform” the United States of America. That was his personal war cry against us. His handlers in the Council on Foreign Relations have been at war with us longer than he has. We just haven’t had sense enough to realize it yet. A few patriotic and Southern Heritage groups have been trying to tell us this for decades now. Mostly we don’t want to listen—might interfere with our fishing trip next weekend or our poker night next Tuesday and that’s much more important than protecting our liberties.
So right now we are in a war where only a small portion of our side is fighting. The rest are sitting it out or sleeping it off or taking the position that because the Lord is in control (which He is) they don’t have to do anything. If we lose, these are the folks that will howl the loudest “Why didn’t someone tell us?” But it will be kind of late then, won’t it?SOURCE: RevisedHistory