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Tuesday, January 24, 2012

You are the Target

You already know it.

Hopefully, you are preparing to defeat the effort, and hopefully you are already resisting.

DHS is shifting, publicly, their mission from foreign threats to those of a domestic nature.

Here's the article.

Use this information as you will.



  1. Fuggem.

    I'm at peace with it.

    What will be, will be.

    These are the good old days.



  2. The solution for this is another agency! Yes, Sir Ree Bob, we need one that encompasses the while nation and maybe another that will encompass the whole world........

  3. The US Military and LAPD will be holding exercises. http://www.kfiam640.com/pages/NEWS.html?article=9653697

    There is little doubt why the military is practicing in American cities rather than their mockup cities on proving grounds.

  4. Preparing, learning, and sharing what I know. See my post 1/24.

  5. Isn't that what it has been about all along?

    It just needed a big enough catalyst to mind puck the people to go along.

    And the Sacramento Regional Office of Homeland Security paid me a visit today:


    1. I wonder if they get a daily intelligence dump from SPLC? And unless a person has been a "gray man" since day one, he is on a list compiled secondary to TIPS and PROMIS, which collect information and connect all contacts and transactions in a fashion similar to - but far deeper and more inclusive - what Google does.

      Simply having posted on III web sites, let alone having one ourselves, is "sufficient to complete the crime" as an old academy instructor I had liked to say.

      Dear DHS: Please consider using ceramic jock straps when you come to visit me. Your pillow-biting buddies will thank you.

  6. While that is being planned (or unveiled, as it were), the military is conducting urban warfare exercises in LA: http://www.kfiam640.com/pages/NEWS.html?article=9653697

    I guess the time spent in Baghdad, Fallujah, Tikrit, and other Middle Eastern vacation spots wasn't good enough training - well, not for NorthCom, at least. I know these exercises have taken place in other American cities as well.

    Is it my imagination, or is it all starting to come together, perhaps in time for the suspension of elections, an idea floated by NC governor, Bev Purdue? The US Army begins to hire "internment/resettlement specialists", FEMA reportedly is developing/opening some facilities, the military is training to fight in American cities, hundreds of new Bradleys are seen being transshipped by railroad, and DHS says it is no longer concerned with international terrorism, just "domestic issues".

    I do not believe in coincidence.

  7. That would be about the size of it.

  8. Well then, RegT, whatever "they" do to us,

    Let's friggin' deserve it.



  9. Any of this sound familiar??

    As part of the deal in which Adolf Hitler became Chancellor of Germany, Hermann Göring—future commander of the Luftwaffe and an influential Nazi Party official—was named Interior Minister of Prussia. This gave him command of the largest police force in Germany. Soon afterward, Göring detached the political and intelligence departments from the police and filled their ranks with Nazis.

    Its first commander was Rudolf Diels, a protégé of Göring. Diels was best known as the primary interrogator of Marinus van der Lubbe after the Reichstag fire. The Reich Interior Minister, Wilhelm Frick, wanted to integrate all the police forces of the German states in late 1933. Göring outflanked him by removing the Prussian political and intelligence departments from the state interior ministry.[5] Göring himself took over the Gestapo in 1934 and urged Hitler to extend the agency's authority throughout Germany. This represented a radical departure from German tradition, which held that law enforcement was (mostly) a Land (state) and local matter.

    On April 20, 1934, Göring and Himmler agreed to put aside their differences—largely because of mutual hatred and growing dread of the Sturmabteilung (SA)—and Göring transferred full authority over the Gestapo to Himmler, who was at that time also named chief of all German police forces outside Prussia. Himmler named Heydrich the head of the Gestapo on 22 April 1934.[7] Himmler was later named the chief of all German police on 17 June 1936.[8] At that point, the Gestapo became a national state agency rather than a Prussian state agency. It was incorporated together with the Kripo or Kriminalpolizei (Criminal Police) into the SiPo or Sicherheitspolizei (Security Police), and considered a complementary organization to the SS Security Service, the Sicherheitsdienst (SD).

    The Gestapo had the authority to investigate cases of treason, espionage, sabotage and criminal attacks on the Nazi Party and Germany. The basic Gestapo law passed by the government in 1936 gave the Gestapo carte blanche to operate without judicial oversight. The Gestapo was specifically exempted from responsibility to administrative courts, where citizens normally could sue the state to conform to laws. As early as 1935, however, a Prussian administrative court had ruled that the Gestapo's actions were not subject to judicial review. The SS officer Werner Best, onetime head of legal affairs in the Gestapo,[9] summed up this policy by saying, "As long as the police carries out the will of the leadership, it is acting legally."[4]

    In September 1939, the security and police agencies of Nazi Germany—with the exception of the Ordnungspolizei (or Orpo, regular uniformed police) —were consolidated into the Reich Main Security Office (RSHA), headed by Heydrich.[2] The Gestapo became Amt IV (Department IV) of RSHA and Müller became the Gestapo Chief, with Heydrich as his immediate superior.

    The power of the Gestapo most open to misuse was called Schutzhaft—"protective custody", a euphemism for the power to imprison people without judicial proceedings. An oddity of the system was that the prisoner had to sign his own Schutzhaftbefehl, an order declaring that the person had requested imprisonment—presumably out of fear of personal harm (which, in a way, was true). In addition, thousands of political prisoners throughout Germany—and from 1941, throughout the occupied territories under the Night and Fog Decree—simply disappeared while in Gestapo custody.

    History. We are living it.


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