by Jefferson Thomas
States assert their rights.
The honest government workers continue to take pleasure in their good service
and clear consciences. They obey the laws and take proper steps against lawbreakers.
Whistleblowers come forward re Obama’s evil plan to disarm Americans and start a civil war so he can kill Americans.
Congress rejects Feinstein’s unconstitutional gun ban.
Members of Obama “death squads” are indicted.
Whistleblowers speak out about false flag shootings and psychological operations against the American people.
Whistleblowers speak out about false flag 9/11/01 Twin Towers event.
Sen. Harry Reid is indicted.
Congress votes not to fund anti-gun executive orders.
George H.W. Bush confesses re JFK assassination and 9/11/01 Twin Towers event, among other psyops.
Prosecutors file felony charges against false flag perpetrators
Against his will, (soon to be former) President Obama reads the Bill of Rights for
the first time.
Congress rejects anti-gun legislation.
Congress votes against raising the debt ceiling, which saves the economy from collapsing.
Congress passes anti-trust legislation that splits up media monopolies.
Newtown parents and Medical Examiner speak up about the “Newtown
Obama’s Malcolm X and Kenya connections are established.
A Congressional committee revives Frank Church-type hearings into the CIA, the NSA and the media.
Congress investigates false flag theater, temple and schoolyard shootings.
New Hollywood movie depicts an Administration brought down.
Congress rejects anti-gun legislation.
Congress votes against raising the debt ceiling.
Congress passes law requiring legislators to pass a class in constitutional law.
Congress repeals the unconstitutional provisions in the NDAA.
Congress repeals the Federal Reserve Act of 1913.
2014 Congress impeaches and convicts Barack Obama.
Joseph Biden is impeached but commits suicide before conviction.
Congress repeals Patriot Act.
Congress repeals NDAA.
Skull and Bones is disbanded.
2015 Congress enacts law that requires abortion clinics to show ultrasounds to women about to have abortions.
Congress repeals Obamacare.
Congress repeals Dodd-Frank.
Nov. 2015: Sen. Rand Paul is elected President.
“I have sworn upon the altar of God, eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man.”
— Thomas Jefferson
Al-Qaeda linked terrorists in Syria have beheaded all 24 Syrian passengers traveling from Tartus to Ras al-Ain in northeast of Syria, among them a mother and a 40-day old infant.
En. Alalam Gunmen from the terrorist Islamic State of Iraq and Levant stopped the bus on the road in Talkalakh and killed everyone before setting the bus on fire.
According to media reports, the attack was carried out because the passengers who were from three different villages in Ras al-Ain, supported anti-terrorist Kurdish groups which were formed recently to defend Kurdish population against anti-Syria terrorists. Bodies of a mother and her 40-days infant were also seen among the dead, which were recognized by their relatives.
Syrian Kurdish leader Saleh Muslim warned on Friday that the Kurd minority is facing an ethnic cleansing by al-Qaeda terrorists. While there is no end in sight to the bloody U.S. and foreign-fueled conflict in Syria, another front has been formed between the Kurdish militia and extremist militants in Northern Syria.
Al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist groups operating in the country, including the al-Nusra Front, are trying to capture Kurdish territories and make them part of a state they want to create in the region. Following deadly attacks on Kurdish regions in recent months, groups of Kurdish militia were formed to protect their people.
Anti-Syria armed groups continue to target civilians amid US threats against Syrian army and government which have made militants find it easier to widen their attacks.
Following worldwide criticism, US President Barack Obama delayed an imminent military strike against Syria on August 31, sending the matter to the Congress to get more support.
Intelligence agencies want ‘all the phone records,’ defend surveillance programs
Leading members of the United States intelligence community continued to defend the government’s vast surveillance programs in Washington on Thursday and suggested that those agency’s capabilities exceed what’s been previously reported.
During a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Capitol Hill Thursday afternoon, lawmakers asked representatives from the National Security Agency, Department of Justice and Office of the Director of National Intelligence to provide more information about the surveillance programs operated by the government and exposed through a series of unauthorized disclosures attributed to former contractor Edward Snowden earlier this year.
The hearing, the first open meeting of the committee since March, centered on the NSA’s authorities under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and PATRIOT Act that allow the government to gather basic records pertaining to the communications of American citizens.
Documents leaked by Snowden since June of this year have revealed that the government uses those authorities to collect intel at a much greater degree then previously reported. Upon questioning from the panel on Thursday, it was suggested that the NSA gathers even more information than assumed.
Gen. Keith Alexander, the head of the NSA and US Cyber Command, told lawmakers that he didn’t think there was any “upper limit” with regards to how many telephone records the government wants to collect.
When asked by Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) if the agency’s goal was to collect the phone records of all Americans, Alexander said, “I believe that it is in the nation’s best interest to put all the phone records into a lockbox.”
Prior to asking his question, Wyden said he gave the panel advance notice of what he’d ask.
A critic of the NSA’s programs since even before Snowden began leaking documents, Wyden told the witnesses, “ the leadership of your agencies built an intelligence collection system that repeatedly deceived the America people.”
“Time and time again, the American people were told one thing about domestic surveillance in public forums, while government agencies did something else in private,” Wyden said.
Alexander was flanked by Deupty Attorney General James Cole and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper.
Wyden infamously showed down with Clapper earlier this year when he asked the lawmaker if the intelligence community collects information on millions of Americans. Clapper responded “not wittingly,” then later apologized to Committe Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein (D-California) for his “clearly erroneous” remark after Snowden’s leaks suggested otherwise only weeks later.
“So that he would be prepared to answer, I sent the question to Director Clapper’s office a day in advance. After the hearing was over, my staff and I gave his office a chance to amend his answer,” Wyden told the Washington Post after the March meeting. “Now public hearings are needed to address the recent disclosures, and the American people have the right to expect straight answers from the intelligence leadership to the questions asked by their representatives.”
On Thursday, Alexander phrased questioning directed at Gen. Alexander in an attempt to determine if the NSA collected information from cell phone towers that could be used to locate customers. Alexander decline to provide a straight answer during an unclassified hearing.
“If you’re responding to my question by not answering it because you think thats a classified matter, that is certainly your right,” said Wyden. “ We will continue to explore that because I believe that is something the American people deserve to know.”