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Suspicious cell activity suggests monitoring of US officials

Posted by Martin C. Fox on March 17, 2017

http://wtop.com/national-security/2017/03/suspicious-cell-activity-suggests-monitoring-u-s-officials/

Pot/kettle!

How is this news? Is it another stab half baked stab at Russia?

Everybody reads other governments mail. Ask Angela Merkel. 
I am guessing there is suspicious activity indicating the CIA and DHS are monitoring US officials…in addition to the rest of the citizenry.

The CIA has a big snooping operation in Frankfort or some place in Germany. This could be the US government unwittingly outing itself.

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EXCLUSIVE: Lady Gaga Instructed Not to Talk About Politics, Donald Trump During Super Bowl Halftime Show

Posted by Martin C. Fox on January 19, 2017

http://www.etonline.com/news/207705_exclusive_lady_gaga_instructed_not_to_talk_about_politics_donald_trump_during_super_bowl_halftime_show/

Can’t wait to hear about this year’s halftime controversy. Hear not watch. 

More interesting will be how the NFL manipulates the crowd and families per DHS orders. 

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No Fly List Doesn’t Fly

Posted by Martin C. Fox on June 25, 2016

A secret list, kept by a secret group, with secret criteria, developed by grossly incompetent secret organizations (DHS, TSA, US government). One finds out they are on the list only after buying an expensive airline ticket and being refused boarding privileges or after attempting to purchase a firearm if the Progressives have their way. This is straight out of Kafka.

If The List has actually stopped any terror acts, that is secret too. Read the rest of this entry »

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AMA, CDC, DHS,U, Me and Gun Abolition

Posted by Martin C. Fox on June 16, 2016

I see the American Medical Association (AMA) president is once again designating gun-owners as health hazards. He didn’t say that exactly but that is what the administration…AMA meant. They want to put the kibosh a law that prohibits fed funding for gun death research too. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is mentioned as a player. They don’t mince words. Guns are a disease and the Administration…CDC is the cure. The CDC is an obedient Progressive lap dog. Jeh Johnson (DHS) says gun control is now a homeland security issue. The same DHS that fights in no foreign lands but stockpiles hundreds of billions of rounds of ammunition…to use against whom?

Big government and big medicine are blood brothers. Read the rest of this entry »

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TSA, DHS, FBI What is the Point

Posted by Martin C. Fox on January 3, 2016

Did you ever you wonder:

Why US citizen travelers have had their rights trampled, genitals groped, irradiated and generally treated as like cattle?

Why the TSA has inconvenienced a lot of people but none of them terrorists?

Why the DHS and FBI have set up a bunch of half-wits patsys but saved us from little else?

Why US citizen travelers have had their rights trampled, genitals examined and irradiated and generally treated as like, well, terrorists?

What the point of it all is?

Getting used to be treated like cattle and obeying commands, that is what.

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Tom Ridge Confronting Terror

Posted by Martin C. Fox on December 20, 2015

Tom Ridge 12-18-15

The attached Tom Ridge editorial appeared in the 18 Dec Erie Times News.  Tom Ridge is a neocon poster boy.  He accepted W’s offer to start the department of homeland security after 9/11.  Ridge is a local hero.  First a representative, then PA governor, had the Erie airport named after him, then made the father of DHS, now an international security consultant making a bundle from terrorism.  The editorial is worth a read to see where Ridge and my editorial response below come from.

Tom Ridge’s 18 Dec editorial on confronting terror was so divorced from reality I am forced to comment.

“(America) has led the free world by tapping into humanity’s courage and sense of duty, not hate, to overcome evil.” So many empty words in such a small space. What sense of duty led the US to tear the Middle East apart? Was it the CIA’s duty to overthrow the Iranian government in 1953 and install the brutal Shah? Was it Ambassador Alice Glaspie’s duty to give Saddam Hussein the green light to invade Kuwait so we would have an excuse to retaliate? Is it our duty to vaporize every Middle Eastern male capable of holding a gun or shovel, broom, hoe or anything that looks like a gun from a drone camera?

And no, Donald Trump is not a ‘go it alone’ guy. When Trump says he has no problem with Russia taking on ISIS fear strikes the hearts of neocons. Anyone that threatens US control and power anywhere on the planet must be put in their place.

Next come the real whoppers. Read the rest of this entry »

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Senator Burr Says We Are In More Danger Than Ever-So Renew A Failed Patriot Act

Posted by Martin C. Fox on May 10, 2015

The Patriot Act is up for renewal. Senate Intelligence Committee Chair Richard Burr says we must renew as we are in more danger than ever.

He is right about the danger part. All the US efforts since Desert Storm have made the Middle East go from mildly bad to incredible disaster.

The Patriot Act and its FBI, DHS, CIA, NSA enablers have been a complete failure in bringing peace. A figure I heard on the Scott Horton show (Philip Giraldi interview) was 2 million dead in the war on terror. Read the rest of this entry »

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One Good Thing About Ebola-It Exposed The DHS

Posted by Martin C. Fox on October 21, 2014

The Department of Homeland Security was created in 2003 by former PA governor “two-face” Tom Ridge.

Cost as of 2011 runs to $645B.

Presumably that includes cost overruns.

This DHS is supposed to protect us against attack in all its forms including biological. Instead Washington has concentrated its efforts on preventing exposure of failure to you and me.

Big brother can find a telephone call we made five years ago or reserve us a FEMA camp cell but can’t deal with one victim of a communicable disease. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Similarites To The Soviet Union Should Be Obvious. The Enemy Is US

Posted by Martin C. Fox on July 6, 2014

Do you, like I, wonder why with all this DHS/CIA/NSA spying does ISIS pop up from nowhere?  These efforts don’t seem to be diminishing the terror threat.

How much of this spying is meant to curb international terrorism and how much is actually directed inward? Read the rest of this entry »

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I Am Innocent, I have Nothing To Fear

Posted by Martin C. Fox on August 14, 2013

I am always amazed when someone says: “I haven’t done anything wrong. I have nothing to fear.” If you have nothing to fear from the government, why did the Founding Fathers put the protections in the Constitution that Bush and Obama have stripped out? Unlike the Founding Fathers who designed our government to protect the citizens, the American sheeple trust the government to their own demise.

In the famous play, “A Man For All Seasons,” Sir Thomas More, Chancellor of England, asks: So, you would have me to cut down the law in order to chase after devils? And what will we do, with the law cut down, when the devil turns on us?

From Paul Craig Roberts here.

I too wonder what people aren’t thinking when they say “it will never happen to me”.

The patriot act is used more for drug arrests than terrorism arrests.  Who knows what flimsy excuse is being made to invade our privacy to justify an arrest.  You have to remember all these spy agencies and as well as the DHS, FBI, DEA, ATF have to justify their existence.  That means arrests.  Pay raises and promotions depend on it.  Actual guilt is a secondary consideration.

You may have read of the recent incident Read the rest of this entry »

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