Benjamin Franklin warned the original constitution was only a short term solution and was in need of reconsideration in order to avert the
manifestation of a despotic Government. In December 2000, when a losing candidate was elected into office, Franklin's predictions may have come true.
In September of 2003, the Administration presented to Congress, a document called "The National Security Strategy of the United States of America" (
) In October 2001 the Patriot Act was implemented, allegedly having been drafted in 35 days. On January 9,
2003, the Patriot Act II, or Domestic Security Enhancement Act, was implemented.
The National Security Strategy proclaims us (our Government) as stewards of the world. Aggressively. Read it. It's important you know what it says.
Only we the "people" can protest it. Our Bill of Rights grants us that privilege. Patriot Acts I and II nullify the Bill of Rights. If you think you
have any rights, read the Acts, especially II.
The perceived justification for implementing the new Acts was 911. In place, the Government can now do as it pleases. It can invade foreign countries
and plunder reserves. Gore Vidal, a WWII veteran and author, has been published around the world on this topic. Read his book Dreaming War: Blood for
Oil and the Cheney-Bush Junta. Illuminating information on 911. Three to four hour read, tops.
The reason Mike Vreeland is so important is because until he surfaced, there was no (hard) evidence in support of the claim someone, anyone, knew of
the 911 attacks. His letter is compelling, to say the least, and it's a shame the entire letter above isn't visible. I'll present a link in a bit.
The remainder of the letter is just as interesting and includes names that have come to the surface only recently. Read his account of what the letter
means in his interview with Michael Ruppert (this is a PDF download) www.onlinejournal.com/archive/04-04-02_Ruppert.pdf
I have also read some very well developed arguments that Vreeland is a nut. The best I've encountered so far is at Please Kill Me Online, or
and while some of the information on the site is erroneous, a good portion of it can be
If you can locate the court records from Vreeland's Canadian court hearing (can't find the link at this moment) while in session, Vreeland's
counsel called the Pentagon on speaker phone, asked the switchboard to be connected to lt Mike Vreeland's office, and was patched through.
The point I'm trying to make here is that out of context, it's hard to make any sense of the Vreeland story. When you look at the new Patriot Act
and what its implementation means, the prospects of a conspiracy are at the very least plausible. I offer this information not to debunk nor to
preach, but to help shed light. A good compilation, though not the most current, of the Vreeland story is at
If anyone has something more current, I'd be interested.
My opinion? Watch. If there's something to Vreeland's claim, there's something indeed.