Tag Archives: Senate Report

Here is what happened to the Constitution and the Bill of Rights!


National Emergencyby AL Whitney (C) copyright 2013
Permission is granted for redistribution if linked to original and the AntiCorruption Society is acknowledged

As long as the “President” declares a war or a national emergency, he and his army of unconstitutional agencies can maintain the appearance of power and control over the entire population. During wartime (or a national emergency) “We the People” are considered to be enemies of the state. As ‘enemies’ the President can determine what we can and cannot do. This is not conjecture nor conspiracy theory, it is a well researched and documented fact – per a United States Senate report of 1973.

From the Special Report on the National Emergency in the United States of America:

Once the emergency is declared, the common law is abolished, the Constitution is abolished and we fall under the absolute will of Government “public policy”. We’re under a system of public policy, (War Powers).

All the government needs to continue is to have public opinion on their side. If public opinion can be kept, in sufficient degree, on the side of the government, statutes, laws and regulations can continue to be passed. The Constitution has no meaning. The Constitution is suspended. It has been for over 60 [80] years. We’re not under law. Law has been abolished.

So when you go into that courtroom with your Constitution and the common law in your hand, what does that judge tell you? He tells you that you have no persona standi in judicio. You have no personal standing at law. He tells you not to bother bringing the Constitution into his court, because it is not a Constitutional court, but an executive tribunal operating under a totally different jurisdiction.

In Senate Report 93-549, we find the following statements: Continue reading

DHS Counterterror centers produce a ‘bunch of crap’, Senate finds

Spencer Ackerman, wired.com
Oct 2, 2012

NapolitanoTour-660x491They’re supposed to be “one of the centerpieces of our counterterrorism strategy,” according to Janet Napolitano, the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. In practice, not so much.

The Senate’s bipartisan Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations found no evidence that DHS’ 70-plus fusion centers — places where state, local and federal law enforcement analyze and share information – uncovered a single terrorist threat between April 1, 2009 and April 30, 2010. Terrorism is thankfully rare within the United States. But during that time, the FBI discovered would-be New York subway attacker Najibullah Zazi; U.S. Army Major Nidal Malik Hasan killed 13 people at Fort Hood; Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab tried to blow up a Detroit-bound airplane; and, in early May 2010, Faisal Shahzad attempted to detonate an SUV in Times Square. DHS has praised the fusion centers’ work in helping on the Zazi and Shahzad cases. The Senate found fusion centers played little, if any, role in either case.

Continue reading