America, Canada, and Mexico are financially and mentally colonized nations. But financial fraud and media propaganda are no longer enough to keep the people down. Due to the political awakening across the continent the need for the boots has come.
It is clear that there has been a sustained move in the direction of martial law preparations, a trend that has been as continuous as it has been unheralded.” – Professor Peter Dale Scott, “War, Martial Law, and the Economic Crisis,” Global Research, February 23, 2011.
“They take our tax money and then militarize the police, and use the regular military against us.” – Alex Jones, “Military Industrial Complex has declared war on the US,” Russia Today, January 19, 2012.
It’s not just for the Afghanistan and Iraq wars anymore. The Department of Homeland Security is interested in a camera package that can peek in on almost four square miles of (Constitutionally-protected) American territory for long, long stretches of time.Homeland Security doesn’t have a particular system in mind. Right now, it’s just soliciting “industry feedback” on what a formal call for such a “Wide Area Surveillance System” might look like. But it’s the latest indication of how powerful military surveillance technology, developed to find foreign insurgents and terrorists, is migrating to the home front.” – Spencer Ackerman, “Homeland Security Wants To Spy On 4 Square Miles At Once,” Wired, January 23, 2012.
“There is a genuine, dangerous disconnect between the Washington foreign policy apparat and the broad American people as a whole. And I think you saw evidence of this on February 15 (2003), when there were peace demonstrations in as many as 300 American cities. And I think that there is a real difference between what I call the American oligarchy, which now pretty much controls not only the White House but the Congress and the Supreme Court, and the American democracy.” – Lewis Lapham, “Lewis Lapham’s attack on American plutocracy,” Allan Gregg’s YouTube Channel, January 20, 2011, (Original broadcast: March 2003).
“How low have we sunk, Mr. Obama? You portray yourself as a man of honor and a defender of constitutionalism, but you have opened the gates to lawlessness and authoritarian rule.” – Philip Giraldi, “Creating American Terrorists,” The Council For The National Interest, January 19, 2012.
“A North American Homeland Security perimeter goes well beyond keeping people safe from any perceived threats. It is a means to secure trade, resources, as well as corporate interests and is a pretext for control over the continent.” – Dana Gabriel, “The Pretext for a North American Homeland Security Perimeter,” Be Your Own Leader, December 11, 2011.
“All the power and policy of man cannot continue a system long after its truth has ceased to be acknowledged, or an establishment long after it has ceased to contribute to utility. It is equally vain, as to expect to preserve a tree, whose roots are cut away. It may look as green and flourishing as before for a short time, but its sentence is passed, its principle of life is gone, and death is already within it.” – Anna Letitia Barbauld, Selected Poetry & Prose, pg. 275-276.
The process of global state-building has been going on for a long time. At the mid-way point of the existence of the American republic the U.S. Constitution came under attack and America’s national sovereignty was destroyed by international banks and corporations.
The U.S. Constitution was ratified on June 21, 1788, but by 1900 it was already coming undone by traitors from within Washington and ambitions bankers from beyond her shores who invaded America with suitcases full of money instead of armies and tanks.
From 1900 to 1912 they engineered various financial crises in order to consolidate financial and political power. The bought off media misdirected public attention away from their criminal actions and towards an anti-capitalism/anti-free market narrative.
Then in 1913 the Federal Reserve Act effectively ended constitutional rule in the United States and recolonized the American people. Under the Act, the power to create and lend money, which is the greatest power a government can have, was repossessed by the private bankers connected to the British aristocracy who were defeated by the American founding fathers and the American people in America’s First War of Independence….