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22 December 2011

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Douglas Keachie

Gotta keep the 99% in line for the benefit of the one percent.

Russ Steele

Douglas,

"Candidate Obama promised us a new Civilian National Security Force (CNSF) that is “just as powerful, just as strong, just as well funded as the military.”

With our socialist President calling for the CNSF, it would appear that this force is envision to protect the lefty elites from the conservative militia that are hiding out in the hills all across America. These elites are the anti-gun nuts and they are fearful of all those conservative gun lovers, all those "bitter clingers" with guns. They feel a need for a CNSF to protect their butts when they grab control of the government can declare the Constitution null and void in our New World Socialistic Nation.

Elections have consequences! The revolution is near, and I fear we are outgunned. You will know when to rally, then President takes control of the Internet and shuts down this blog and all conservative blogs. Turn on your ham radio and stand by for your collection point orders.

Douglas Keachie

"http://www.google.com/search?q=%22Candidate+Obama+promised+us+a+new+Civilian+National+Security+Force+%28CNSF%29+that+is+%E2%80%9Cjust+as+powerful%2C+just+as+strong%2C+just+as+well+funded+as+the+military%22&hl=en&num=10&lr=&ft=i&cr=&safe=i

How come the information you both quoted is only available on Google here at this site, and at some bilingual site called interceptor, twice at both sites? What is the real source for this?

We Can Work Together

Russ wrote: "They feel a need for a CNSF to protect their butts when they grab control of the government can declare the Constitution null and void in our New World Socialistic Nation."

Is InfoWars taking over this blog? I sure hope not...

Merry Christmas everyone!

(grassyknoll911protocolselderszionbilderbergroup trilateralcommissionmoonlandinghoaxroswellbigpharma)

Russ Steele

Douglas,

Senator Obama was nearly 17 minutes into his July 2 speech in Colorado Springs, Colorado when he deviated from his pre-released script and performed without the teleprompter net saying,

"We cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives that we've set. We've got to have a civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded."

George Rebane

DougK 912am - Am not sure what your complaint is. The link to the YouTube video of Obama's CNSF speech works.

Douglas Keachie

Didn't read , just skimmed your essay, so missed link to video, which is sound-bitism at its finest. How anyone can take that one sentence and come up with him pressing for a local police force budgets the same as all of the combined forces of our military is beyond me. I suspect that what was intended was a call for local LE to take over the jobs at the border currently being handled by our military. Since there is no elaboration on either side of the bite, I doubt it could mean anything more than I've just suggested.

If nothing else, Obabama has enough sense to know that even the rabid TPP would not fund such a program, at the level suggested in your piece and Steele's responses to it.

Gregory

"Didn't read". Also didn't think.

George Rebane

DougK 1147pm - That's a remarkable apology for such an important idea and area of governance. To my knowledge neither the President nor his acolytes have ever retracted of 'clarified' that proposal - in short, the CNSF stands. Furthermore, over his tenure in office a series of laws/regulations have issued that continue to criminalize more and more of what were normal and accepted behaviors. And activities of multiple agencies and law enforcement individuals, reported here and elsewhere, corroborate the presumption of preparations for a CNSF. As Occam demands for the most plausible theory, these dots connect most easily under the banner of a CNSF (not that other more tortured explanations cannot also be fashioned).

It appears to me that your denial of such a possibility by the ruse of selectively believing and/or discounting Obama's explicit pronouncements is just another form of generally supporting his ideology of governance, and specifically adding another 'pooh-pooh' to the CNSF stack without giving a shred of evidence in their support.

Douglas Keachie

Until Congress approves a budget for this, I'd say you each have an angry monkey in your closets.

Dixon Cruickshank

Keachie you really can't be this stupid - your just playing dumb - your Democrats haven't passed a budget since numbnuts has been in office and you want them to openly fund a domestic army - pulleese

You openly insult our intelligence - honest

ie: see Fast and Furious, make sure the domestics are banned from having potenially equal weapons - the Mexicans didn't even want BAR 50's, too heavy, but they don't want Ole RL Crabby up on the hill with one either LOL

Dixon Cruickshank

Speaking of monkeys Mr Keachie, George or Russ this seems a perfect spot for that pic I sent of the monkeys flying out of the ones butt

Douglas Keachie

How many monkeys flew out of the Two's butts in Virginia?

Gregory

Dixon, it isn't an issue of intelligence, although Keach isn't particularly ravaged by the curse of awareness. Keachie's words are weapons in exactly the same sense as feces are within the Monkey house at the Zoo. He'll fling them in whatever direction he thinks will create the biggest stink.

Douglas Keachie

And how many more monkeys are flying out of the ultra-rich's' butts at every high end country club in the nation? OWS will be voting in 2012, and those numbers will sock-it-to any candidate who doesn't have concrete plans, no platitudes need apply, to re-balance our nation's economy. Why is it, BTW, that the response is always, "get a job" when in fact that response is coming from the mouths of those who didn't get jobs, they made their own jobs, by starting businesses? Could it just be that a campaign to have as many Americans as possible starting their own businesses, in cut throat competition, is the LAST thing the right wants to have happen?

http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/blogs/taibblog/a-christmas-message-from-americas-rich-20111222

Gregory

Dixon, see what I mean?

Douglas Keachie

"Seven Days in May" has become "Seven Days of Food."

See what I mean here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2N1z9zJ20k&feature=share

It's silly season in DC, and it has been stretched to 364 days......wonder how many days of propane you are allowed, and is Gregory over the limit?

Douglas Keachie

Interesting to see that those who start their own businesses might be monkey dung in Gregory's apparent view. If Greg can't win on logic, he plays the poop card, much like Dixon, who started that line of wayward stinking, far from the topic at hand. Good luck in Nov 2012!

Douglas Keachie

George, from what I am reading the intent is not to set up a complete expensive parallel military, but rather to declare the entire USA aa a free fire, combat zone, in which there is no habeas corpus.

Douglas Keachie

I wonder how soon it will be that cameras, and especially aerial photography, is outlawed, unless done by LE or the military?

Gregory

Wow, that monkey is really going to town. Someone should put him on a liquid diet to reduce the volume and make it harder to fling.

Douglas Keachie

It would be much easier to aim where it is most needed, Greg.

We Can Work Together

Hey George,

Wonder if you have any comment on the recent Stratfor compromise: http://venturebeat.com/2011/12/28/anonymous-stratfor-hack-10-things-to-know/

I'd be interested to hear your views.

Michael A.

George Rebane

MichaelA 1121am - As a paid-up Stratfor subscriber I'm embarrassed for them. For such a reputed international intelligence outfit to be taken off line and have its subscriber data compromised is not forgivable, and I suspect that rightfully they will be hit in the wallet as the dust clears. I'm particularly intrigued that their system was so messed up that it has taken more than a couple days for them to recover.

My credit card number has probably been compromised, although the issuer tells me that I'm insulated from any loss. We'll see.

We Can Work Together

George,

I think this story deserves a close watch. I am frankly flabbergasted that an organization with Stratfor's cred did not adequately encrypt the database which contained their customer credit cards. I almost begin to wonder if this is a setup to catch some of the Anonymous denizens. A Stratfor honeypot, as it were. But that's equally stupid, and doesn't pass Occam's Razor.

As you said, we shall see. In the meantime, the Internet continues to circle the rabbit hole of a dark future. I won't go into the various corporate and criminal assaults here, but let's just say that the Internet of today will not be anything like the Internet our great-great grandchildren will experience.

If I was H.G. Wells perhaps I could tell you how this cyber battle between the Haves and the Have-nots will work itself out. Maybe the proliferation of global Dear Leaders in 2012 will give us a clue (I view the news footage of today's funeral march in North Korea as a disturbing harbinger).

Over and out...

Michael A.

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