Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Good riddance..."Lieberman has been a primary architect of the Big Brother control grid currently under construction."
Joe Lieberman is announcing his retirement today which would seem like a victory for the liberty movement. Throughout his career the Senator from Connecticut has been the consummate insider. From conceding victory before Gore did in the 2000 recount, to his full conversion to NeoCon status after 9/11, to introducing a barrage on freedom-smashing legislation; he seems to be the spearhead for ushering in the control grid over the opposition to tyranny.
His non-threatening monotone voice and easy manner made him appear as a gentle servant of the people, yet nothing could be further from the truth. He is certainly near the pinnacle of the elite control structure and his departure should be viewed as alarming.
The establishment media will point to real political challenges Lieberman faces like the fact that anti-Lieberman activists have taken over his party created in 2006 called Connecticut for Lieberman. However, his resignation may have a deeper meaning, perhaps indicating that his inside job is complete and this ship is about to capsize...
Regardless, these collapse plans are underway, and Lieberman has been a primary architect of the Big Brother control grid currently under construction. As the slow collapse unfolds, the government has been openly preparing the military for civil unrest due to the ever increasing desperation levels of the population and the mathematically-impossible-to-pay-off debt. Lieberman has helped to create and promote the most draconian aspects for containing "insurgent U.S. citizens."
Lieberman has sponsored proposed legislation such as the Enemy Belligerent Act which gives the government the power to "indefinitely" detain and hold American citizens without Miranda rights simply for questioning the government and its policies; and the Protecting Cyberspace Act, which reportedly gives the Executive branch a "kill switch" for the Internet for purposes they deem an emergency. This bill was slightly tweaked and re-introduced as an "anti-WikiLeaks" bill after the mainstream's feigned outrage over Cablegate.
Last February when the Congress passed the re-authorization of the Patriot Act, Lieberman, as the Chairman of the Senate's Homeland Security Committee, was quoted as saying "[There was] the growing concern about increase on the pace of attacks on the homeland . . . and frankly, I think the Patriot [Act] got a bad name under the Bush Administration."
He also firmly emphasized the importance of extending three blatantly anti-Bill of Rights provisions:
1. Roving wiretaps that cover multiple phones or computers a suspect may use
2. Warrantless search and seizures
3. Surveillance of “lone wolf” non-U.S. citizens with no terror group affiliation
It seems very convenient that as Congress once again quietly prepares to re-authorize the Patriot Act, a "lone wolf" American gunman who was not affiliated with an organized terrorist organization shoots a member of Congress and kills several others. The political rhetoric war started immediately following the Arizona shooting by the mainstream media and sufficiently divided-and-conquered even the alternative media outlets who normally denounce false left-right politics. Meanwhile, behind the scenes, all the politicians are preaching bipartisanship and singing Kumbaya after Obama's Oklahoma City moment.
Seemingly desperate to take away more freedoms as America implodes, we can expect the Patriot Act to be renewed with a new provision to openly monitor U.S.-citizen "lone wolves" on the Internet, and in person, who dare point out the criminal actions of the corporate government. Once fully in place, these laws will finalize the infrastructure to commence the hard collapse -- perhaps by refusing to raise the debt ceiling. In other words, get ready for the end game, Lieberman's job is finished and he can now retreat to his rescue bunker.