NDAA, Smell of Fear
By Staff News & Analysis - December 01, 2011

The New National Defense Authorization Act Is Ridiculously Scary … Fellow entrepreneurs, Americans, anyone who still cares about this country at all – this is a must read: By the end of this week, the US government very likely will have the power to lock up US citizens for life at Guantanamo Bay or other military prisons – without charge and without trial. This means that, in the near future, a controversial Twitter post, attending a peaceful protest, or publishing an anti-Congress critique or anti-TSA rant on Google+ could land you "indefinite detention" for life, in the wording of the bill. No access to a lawyer, no access to trial. – Business Insider

Dominant Social Theme: Look, we're at war. And if you're the enemy, we're going to get you.

Free-Market Analysis: What could make the US Senate pass a law turning ALL Americans into potential suspects? Fear. Fear "they're" being found out. The controllers. The ones who dominated the world so seamlessly in the 20th century, and whose activities have been discovered in the 21st century. That's what the NDAA is all about, in our humble view.

People in the alternative media are looking at a glass half-empty, but perhaps they ought to consider the full part too. Sure such Draconian authoritarianism is in a sense a victory for the current Congress, for those 100 who've got themselves "empowered" … for legislative bullying, for the imposition of an ever-more totalitarian state. But, hey, let's mix metaphors. Perhaps this is a kind of white flag as well.

Here at DB, we always try to look behind the scenes; we do this by analyzing the elite's promotional propaganda. See … we believe there is a handful of elite families, their enablers and controllers who are trying to run the world – formally as opposed to informally. They've been exposed over the past years by what we call the Internet Reformation and as a result they've begun to use more and more hard power, start more wars, etc.

Now they're trying to increase authoritarian control over Western populations. In the US, the country they're the most worried about, they've apparently demanded more Draconian legislation of the assemblies they control (the Senate, in particular). But it's not just the US.

We'd be very surprised if the same kinds of powers that Congress is trying to grant itself (and the Pentagon) does not spread around the Western world. In fact, it probably already has. These are not movements of coincidence. They are likely well thought out. They are planned with consolidation of power, worldwide, as the goal.

That's how "they" work. And these days they are showing the mechanisms of control more and more. They have given up trying to hide apparently, for numerous reasons. In fact, they will do ANYTHING to maintain their superiority. They will do ANYTHING not to be found out. For the moment anyway. Perhaps it hasn't dawned on them that it may be too late. Power is hard habit to break.

And of course, there's the fear factor. If people generally understood how history has been manipulated over the past century, how a handful of people apparently created wars that murdered tens of millions – and then purposefully inflicted the Cold War on this long-suffering planet as well … there would likely be hell to pay.

It may happen anyhow, as more people wake up to the reality of directed history. And surely that is something to fear. Their dominant social themes are failing. Their fear-based promotions are foundering. Global warming is in pieces. The whole strategy of creating phony wars has been upended by the Internet, which has explained the modus operandi over and over again.

These sorts of actions (the ones being contemplated now, see above article excerpt) have been taken before. In World War II, the US government locked up innocent Japanese. Now that is regarded a shameful period in US history. But what's going on now is far loonier. When FDR locked up the Japanese, the nation was actually at war. How many Americans really believe the US is at war now with "terrorists"?

The war on terror is seemingly a kind of charade. Al Qaeda was perhaps a 1980s invention of the CIA. Osama bin Laden probably died early in the 2000s. We've written about these things as have many others. In the Internet era, it's hard to keep these vast promotions secret. The truth will out. Imagine if the US government, or the Anglosphere generally, had to admit that even one of their "big lies" is just that. Imagine the damage that would cause to this dreamtime, this matrix, this artificial reality they have created and supported for the past 100 years.

So … what's going on actually smacks of desperation, in our view. If we, with our paltry resources and limited vision, can detect the trouble the elites are in, imaginge how THEY feel. There is nowhere to run, you see. Not really. It's not a big planet. (Ha, globalization has made it "smaller.") Anyway … a handful of people cannot control awakened billions, not with military power and bureaucratic intimidation, not even with torture. The human race unfortunately does not have a single neck. One swipe shall not chop it off.

Whatever else it may be, the NDAA is rank intimidation. Whether it passes or not, it will be difficult to enforce and cause a good many problems and much controversy. The Internet will spread its injustice far and wide. Of course, that's what they may be counting on. That electronic communications will do the job for them, and the current distrust and outright paranoia shall be dampened. Yes, to some degree it's obvious. Here's some more from the article excerpted above:

The imminent passage of this bill … would put our civil rights on par with countries like Saudi Arabia and China. This is actually happening folks. Do a search on Google News for "National Defense Authorization Act" if you don't believe me. Please spread word of thisquickly. Our last remaining rights as AMERICAN CITIZENS are being stripped from us. And as HuffPo recently reported, an effort to amend the bill and remove the scary provision targeting Americans has FAILED.

Even top-level law enforcement officials such as FBI Director Robert Mueller are reportedly against this wacko provision, as it would limit and confuse the FBI's ability to legitimately investigate those who actually are engaged in terroristic activities on American soil.

But unless the public voices oppositionvery soon, as in within daysthis will become reality. When I asked friends and family members about this, they hadn't heard anything about the National Defense Authorization Act controversy. The mainstream media is not covering this travesty at all. Instead, they are focused on whether Cyber Monday beat expectations, and if Michael Jackson doctor Conrad Murray's sentencing yesterday was "fair." Unbelievable.

But will this really work in the long run, this emergent, malevolent gambit? Can an awakening crowd of millions or even billions be cowed by rules that may be put them in jail? Will the fear or torture stem the tide? Think so?

We've written about this numerous times over the past decade. The hive mind is at work, in our view. It is a mysterious and miraculous thing. The hive mind is evolutionary and primal. It has to do with instinct, with the reptilian brain. There is in fact nothing that can be done about at least some of what's going on now. Nakes apes will ALWAYS use the latest technology.

It is survival instinct. We are tool-making and tool using creatures. The Internet WILL be used. it will be pushed to limits. Survival trumps law. Instinct trumps bureaucracy. The powers-that-be know this. And yet they plunge ahead with legislation and wars that are sadly and brutally predictable.

After Thoughts

Is this the best they've got? Will it be enough? Smell the fear.

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