posted on Dec, 20 2011 @ 12:25 AM
Christmas Day, Christmas eve, thanksgiving, and other holidays have been used in the past to pass legislation that normally would not pass at any
It is also a time when many of the political powers and their puppet masters meet to discuss "in secret" issues that normally could be detected by
people and quickly publicized.
Examples: "Federal Reserve Act" (Christmas Day), "Health Care Bill" (Christmas Eve), and most recently the "S 1867" (drawn up on Thanksgiving, Passed
during holiday season). Their are probably more, but do not personally know of them.
Washington crossing the Potomac River, and surprising the enemy. (not bad, but still fits)
What makes this the perfect cover is that People are so busy with family and getting things done, most of the political opposition is away, media
talks about everything Christmas, and the list goes on.
Keep your eye out for anything unusual, like hearing about a congressional session on Christmas, or a meeting scheduled for Christmas day or eve.
Hopefully this will be a quiet year but given our past, and the recent legislation, who knows.
Never Close your eyes or sleep, that is when they will act.
edit on 20-12-2011 by tw0330 because: (no reason given)