posted on Jan, 14 2006 @ 02:09 PM
The Constitutionalist Manifesto
This piece has been “making the rounds” for at least a decade. I think it first started circulating in the early '90s.
It reads more like a subconscious channeling of the rationale behind the militia movements of those times than an actual government plot or program
– which I consider the least likely explanation for what CABLESPLICE was.
Some more likely possible explanations of what CABLESPLICE was:
1. A “Constitutionalist” (aka militia member) who wrote it as a propaganda piece to help galvanize militia paranoia in the early height of the
U.S. militia movement
during the Clinton
2. A propaganda piece written by government-affiliated “COINTELPRO” agents who were known to deliberately inflame and “rabble rouse” militia
members to “shake out the nuts”, goad them into committing crimes and then prosecute them. A classic example of this technique can be found in the
case of Ruby Ridge
While I suppose it's possible the CABLESPLICE document has authentic sources, I consider it unlikely.
As a general rule, I try not to paint myself into a corner by ruling out any possibility, but with an introduction like this...
“(This is a secret document being circulated among Top Government And UN people) ”
...I find credibility stretched rather thin.
Your mileage may vary.