Thursday, January 16, 2014

National Security is a Joke Because There Is Nun

Staff Writer, DL Mullan
Activism / Government

The United States government constantly cries wolf: We need more technology, more tyranny, more of your rights for National Security! Secret courts, secret charges, secret laws... does anyone else feel like we are living in the USSR?

While America's air defense system can be taken down by box cutter wielding hijackers in midair with magic, high rises can be destroyed by burnt off jet fuel, the borders have remained open, private planes are left unsecured, nuclear plants are prime targets, and yet, the United States government screams: More Surveillance! More Metadata! More Biometrics! More Illegal Searches and Seizures! More Unconstitutional Laws! More, more, more!!!

How about enough, Enough, ENOUGH!

National Security is not what the government wants. It is the total control of your everyday life. It could care less about illegal aliens from Mexico because NAFTA not only created the economic hardships in Mexico driving people northward, the trade agreement created the North American Union that merges Canada, the United States and Mexico together. Even the USDA promotes illegal immigration via the SNAP program (food stamps). So if you believe for one moment that Congress is going to stop illegal immigration, immigration reform, or amnesty, you have another thing coming, it's called: reality.

You've been sold out. 

Look at our Culture: Hollywood movies Social Engineer us. Look at our Government. Look at Trade Agreements. Look at our Educational System. Look at Sustainability's Regionalism and the United Nation's heralding Communism. Look at the Police State

If you really believe that the transformation of the United States into a Soviet block country is not happening, then how did an elderly Nun break into a secure nuclear facility?
Nestled behind a forested ridgeline on the outskirts of Knoxville, Tennessee, is the sprawling Y-12 National Security Complex, America's "Fort Knox" of weapons-grade uranium. The complex's security cameras and machine gun nests are designed to repel an attack by the world's most feared terrorist organizations, but they were no match for Sister Megan Rice, an 83-year-old Catholic nun armed with nothing more than a hammer and bolt cutters.

In the dark morning hours of July 28, 2012, Rice and two fellow anti-war activists bushwhacked up to the edge of Y-12, cut through three separate security fences, and sprayed peace slogans and human blood (see below) on the wall of a building that is said to hold enough weapons-grade uranium to obliterate human civilization several times over. They remained inside Y-12 for more than an hour before they were detected.

"The security breach," as the Department of Energy's Inspector General later described it, exposed "troubling displays of ineptitude" at what is supposed to be "one of the most secure facilities in the United States." At a February hearing of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, multiple members of Congress thanked Rice for exposing the site's gaping vulnerabilities. But that didn't deter federal prosecutors from throwing the book at Rice and her accomplices: Greg Boertje-Obed, a 57-year-old carpenter, and Michael Walli, a 63-year-old Vietnam veteran. They now sit in Georgia's Irwin County Detention Center, awaiting a January 28 sentencing hearing where a federal judge could put them in prison for up to 30 years.
If you haven't figured it out by now, National Security is for us, the American People. It is not for enemies foreign or domestic. Those enemies the government wants you to be afraid of simply don't exist anymore or never have. 

The enemy the government is afraid of is: YOU.

Isn't it about time you took off your Republican and Democratic hats and began standing up to the government that sold out back in 1913? Isn't it about time we reinstated our Republic? 

Don't our progeny deserve it? Or are reality shows and sports more important?

Remember, if you aren't part of the solution, then you are part of the problem. So what are you going to do about our aggressive National Security agenda?

Source: Mother Jones, Daily Caller