posted on Feb, 22 2005 @ 09:58 PM
There is a dismaying amount of disinformation
(intentional misinformation) on this
subject that is regurgitated on many websites across the Internet. Many misquote Executive Orders - using incorrect rephrasing, or referencing
language that is altogether fabricated (most of the fabrications are the result of
However, it does not diminish the reality
of a potential takeover by
, pursuant to "National Security" and allowed/protected by law. Rather, it
highlights the necessity of lucid thought and diligent research into this issue.
It is vital that we use valid information
when discussing this topic, particularly amongst those
unfamiliar with the issue. People and organizations resistant to the dissemination of this information can undermine all of the best-intentioned
education efforts by simply proving ONE STATEMENT to be false, misinterpreted, or explained poorly.
will commonly use one "conspiracy theorist" view pitted against
another; offering no opposing proof, save the lack of unanimous viewpoint.
It is with this understanding that I encourage all researchers - expert and amateur- to PERSONALLY VERIFY all referenced Executive Orders,
legislation, and anything else in quotation marks (especially if there is no author attributed). If you find yourself growing impatient with the
purposely-abstruse wording, take a break, have a glass of (unfluoridated) water, go for a walk.... you will find that when you return to the task your
outrage/dread will have abated sufficiently, and your research will improve significantly.