Well, I'm watching the video right now, and I'll commentate a few of the glaring things I see with the content.
First. In Chapter 3, at about 4 minutes in, he starts talking about the Logan Act. The Logan Act States:
§ 953. Private correspondence with foreign governments.
Any citizen of the United States, wherever he may be, who, without authority of the United States, directly or indirectly commences or carries on
any correspondence or intercourse with any foreign government or any officer or agent thereof, with intent to influence the measures or conduct of any
foreign government or of any officer or agent thereof, in relation to any disputes or controversies with the United States, or to defeat the measures
of the United States, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both.
This section shall not abridge the right of a citizen to apply himself, or his agent, to any foreign government, or the agents thereof, for
redress of any injury which he may have sustained from such government or any of its agents or subjects.
1 Stat. 613, January 30, 1799, codified at 18 U.S.C. § 953 (2004).
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Nowhere does it say in there that these people CANNOT meet with others behind closed doors; they just need either Presidential or Congressional
authority to do so. Now, if the President is as involved as everyone thinks he is, wouldn't he be authorizing these meetings? No law would then be
broken, and he'd be completely within his Presidential privilege. This naturally supposes that the President is involved directly in this endeavor,
which stands to reason, when we look at the "endgame" of this little plan.
Second. At the 11 minute mark of the same chapter, Mr. Jones is using his megaphone to speak his distaste with them. Doesn't this seem a bit more for
show than being really practical? There's no way that any of those guys inside that building will hear anything that he has to say. He's speaking to
the wind there. I feel that was a poor plan.
Third. In the 4th video, at about 5:30, they are talking about how the US Government is but one party, split into 2 factions. Couldn't this also be
said for the PTB?
Fourth. In the same video, at about the 9:00 mark, "someone inside the NAU" leaked the news of the meeting to the public. Would this kind of thing
be tolerated by those that are there? Not without understanding that they wanted
this to happen. They wanted the news to get out, to divert the
attention from where it should be. Most likely, these things are already being done actively, and this was more of a summary in review of what
they've already accomplished. It just seems strange that all of these moles seem to be in the oddest places at just the right time. To me anyway, it
just seems staged by the PTB to divert attention away from the goal. We gotta keep our eyes on the ball, and that ball is the next step. That next
step, my dear friends, is the degradation of the US economy, and continued influx of illegal immigrants into this country.
Fifth. At about 11:30 in the fifth video, it's stated that there's a law that allows the military to arrest anyone that it likes, keep them detained
for as long as they like, and can even extradite them out of the country, or kill them. Which law is this, and why wasn't it mentioned by name?
Sixth. At the 13:30 mark in the same video, it outlines the random searches of bags at sporting events and other locations. Why is this even a
mention, considering the numerous bomb threats and other under-handed things that have happened at said events?
Seventh. At the :30 mark of the 6th video, there's a law shown that President Bush passed that allowed him god-like levels of authority in this
nation's government. This is predicated by several conditions; one of which just so happens to be an economic threat.
It should be noted, however, that this does not give the President the authority to issue Martial Law, as Mr. Jones here suggests. They still have to
uphold the Constitution, according to this law, regardless of how evil it looks.
Am I seeing this right? Could we be very near to that point, with the stock market having been on the decline for almost the past week and a half.
I've not seen one up day in over a week. The DOW Jones Industrial avg has lost more than 1000 points since New Year's. With recession on everyone's
mind, could this be the catalyst that drives us into the condition that will allow Bush to claim his appointed seat as Provincial head of the US, or,
shall I say, NAU?
Eighth. In Chapter 7, at about the 16:00 mark, it's stated that undesirable children would be given probation hearings at the age of 2. I find this
to be somewhat misleading. According to my searches, there have been no cases of probation hearings at age 2. Perhaps this is an over exaggeration. If
that's so, then Mr. Jones needs to be a little less emphatic about his narrow views of what's fact and what's not. However, if someone could find
a legitimate case of a 2 year old going to a preemptive probation hearing, I'd be very inclined to hear about it. I've been unable to find it
With all of these things in mind, I begin to wonder if Mr. Jones hasn't gone a bit too far over the line with the rhetoric. It would appear that he
has a more radical view of things as they are than most would assume to be accurate. Myself, I see things as being very bad, but I can see more than
the glimmer of hope that he shows. If we're to believe what he says, we don't stand a chance against those trying to enslave us. No, in fact, we're
already the unwitting slaves of those people, and there's nothing we can do about it now. On that, I'll have to respectively disagree.
Mr. Jones, if you're reading this and would be so willing, I'd love to debate this issue with you in more depth. And I'm sure that ATS would love
to host the debate for us. As soon as I get over this cold and can speak again, I'll be ready.
Otherwise, my fellow ATSers, I think this man's views are a bit over amplified to exert an undue bias towards a certain agenda, when there's more
than one. Eugenics is one, yes, but it's by no means the most important. Eugenics is the end goal, which is something that can be prevented by
stopping what's going on now. That means what's going on now is more important. The economic and social experiments that are ongoing at this time
are the earmarks of the middle-game of their plan.
There's plenty of room to stop it before it gets to the points being talked about, but that's a topic for another debate/post.
I bid you all a pleasant Bilderberger evening...