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The New World Order is almost here! Its the will of the Illuminati/Elite to establish this New World Order, with a more controlled society, dominated by the elite, and having continuous surveillance ...

The New World Order is almost here! Its the will of the Illuminati/Elite to establish this New World Order, with a more controlled society, dominated by the elite, and having continuous surveillance over every citizen.

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    • The Coming New World OrderLinksFree (Pdf) Ebook - The Mark Of The BeastDavid Icke - Big Brother, the Big Picture Link-(Google-Video)Alex Jones - Fall Of The Republic Link-(Youtube-Video)Free (Pdf) Ebook - The Coming New World OrderShort video - The New World Order Is Here!Article by Dr. John Coleman - 21 Goals of the Illuminati and The Committee of 300Youtube Videos and an Article by Paul Joseph Watson - 9/11 Firefighters Reveal Huge ExplosionsBefore WTC Towers CollapsedNew World Order Quotes from Politicians - Link (Youtube-Videos)Conspiracy Theory - With Jesse Ventura - Youtube Videos -THE POLICE STATE - Part 1; Part 2; Part 3; Part 4SECRET SOCIETIES - Part 1; Part 2; Part 3; Part 4; Part 5BIG BROTHER - Part 1; Part 2; Part 3; Part 4; Part 5(There are a lot more links at the bottom of this blog.)Opt Out of a Body Scan? Then BraceYourself - November 2, 2010HAVING been taught by nuns in grade school andlater going through military boot camp, I havealways disliked uniformed authorities shouting atme. So I was unhappy last week when somesecurity screeners at’Hare International Airport inChicago started yelling.“Opt out! We got an opt out!” one bellowed about me in a tone that people in my desert neighborhoodin Tucson usually reserve for declaring, “Rattlesnake!”Other screeners took up the “Opt out!” shout. I was marched from the metal detector lane to one ofthose nearby whole-body imagers, ordered to take everything out of my pockets, remove my belt andhold my possessions up high. Then I was required to stand still while I received a rough pat-down by aman whose résumé, I suspected, included experience at a state prison.“Hold your pants up!” he ordered me. Created with www.PDFonFly.com
    • What did I do to deserve this? Well, as I approached the checkpoints, I had two choices. One was afamiliar lane with the metal detector, so I put my bag on that. To my right was a separate lanedominated with what the Transportation Security Administration initially called “whole-body imagers”but has now labeled “advanced imaging technology” units. Critics, of course, call them strip-searchmachines.I don’t like these things, and not just because of privacy concerns or because of what some criticshave asserted are radiation safety issues with some of the machines that use X-ray technology.No, I don’t like the fact that I have to remove every item from every pocket, including my wallet andthings as trivial as a Kleenex. You then strike a pose inside with your hands submissively held aboveyour head, like some desperado cornered by the sheriff in a Western movie, while the see-through-clothes machine makes an image of your body.The T.S.A.’s position is that anyone can “opt out” of a body scan for reasons of privacy or whatever,but will then be subjected to a thorough physical pat-down and careful search of belongings.In my case, I had been routinely using a normal metal detector checkpoint, when I was ordered toswitch lanes and instead go to one of the new machines. I said I would prefer not to, given that mycarry-on bag, laptop and shoes were already trundling along the regular machine’s conveyor belt, outof sight. That’s when the shouting started.As of Monday afternoon, the agency had not responded to several requests for comment on this. Lastweek, the agency did tell me that there were 317 of the advanced imaging technology machines now inuse at 65 airports around the country.About 500 should be online by the end of the year, the agency said, and another 500 are expected to beinstalled next year. Ultimately, the agency plans to have the new machines replace metal detectors atall of the roughly 2,000 airport checkpoints.Meanwhile, both passengers and security screeners are making accommodations, and I acknowledge,change is a challenge. But hey, security folks, could we please start communicating better about theprocedures, preferably without shouting or insulting our intelligence?Bruce Delahorne, a marketing executive who flies frequently, said he was also recently going througha standard metal detector at O’Hare — no body imager in sight — when the old rules abruptly changed.Mr. Delahorne said: “They had one of the T.S.A. staff announcing loudly: ‘Take everything out of yourpockets. If you have a wallet, take it out. A handkerchief, out.’ I asked the guy, ‘Can you explain thereason for the new process?’ He said there was nothing new. ‘We have always done this.’ ”Well, no they haven’t, as you and I and Mr. Delahorne all know. Mr. Delahorne said he thought, “O.K., Iget it. This guy is reading from the card, not talking to me.”So, Mr. Delahorne said, “I did what they told me to. But on the other side of the metal detector, I said toanother screener, ‘Could you explain to me why the procedure is now different at this airport, likehaving to remove a wallet that never set off the metal detector?’ And he said, ‘No, no. The process hasalways been the same, at every airport.’ ”Mr. Delahorne said he was perfectly willing to comply with all procedures to ensure good security. Hejust wondered whether some of them were being made up on the spot. “For me,” he said, “the issue is,who’s in charge here and what are the rules?”The Illuminati And The Freemasons Created with www.PDFonFly.com
    • The Eye In The Pyramid. The eye in the pyramid has been adopted by many different esoteric entities throughout history, including the eye of Horus (Osiris) in Egypt, and the All-Seeing Eye in Freemasonry. It also famously appears on the back of the U.S. dollar bill. Henry Wallace, who was instrumental in having the seal placed on the dollar bill in 1935, had deep occult connections. It was a symbol of secret societies in Europe long before anyone heard of the United States and it is awash with Freemasonic and secret society symbolism going back to the ancient world. Adepts believe that when the capstone, the symbol of the secret societies, is lowered onto the top of the incomplete Pyramid, the Plan of the ages will be complete, the Novus Ordo Seclorum will be established, and the world ruler will be installed. Youtube videos on the All Seeing Eye Link - Video 1 Video 2; Masonry a religion - Part one Part two - (PDF file); Illuminati symbols on thedollar - Link - (Picture)Sun Worship. “... His [Osiris] power was symbolized by an Eyeover a Sceptre. The Sun was termed by the Greeks the Eye ofJupiter, and the Eye of the World; and his is the All-Seeing Eye inour Lodges.” - Albert Pike, Morals and Dogma of the Ancient andAccepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, pp. 15-16; 472 Sunworship is the most ancient of all superstitions. It prevailedespecially in Phoenicia, Chaldea, and Egypt, and traces of ithave been found in Peru and Mexico. Its influence was felt in theancient mysteries, and abundant allusions to it are to be found inthe symbolism of Freemasonry. Sun Worship - Link - (Pdf file) Sun worship and the Catholic Church - Link - (PDF file) The Rising Sun. The rising sun represents the initiates of those secret societies. This symbol is used in numerous corporate logos. Bill Clinton announced on Y2K, “It is a Rising Sun!” The symbol of a rising sun can be associated with sun worship. In ancient egypt, it was associated with Horus. Manly P. Hall explains the meaning of the rising sun in the context of secret societies such as Freemasonry. "Such a Fraternity could not immediately include all men, but it could unite the activities of certain kinds of men, regardless of their racial or religious beliefs or the nations in which they dwelt. These were the men of ‘towardness,’ those sons of tomorrow, whose symbol was… a blazing sun rising over the mountains of the east." Created with www.PDFonFly.com
    • The Freemasons. One of the mottos in Freemasonry is "toperfect that which was left imperfect." This has a differentmeaning to the lowly initiates at the bottom of the proverbialpyramid, who merely serve, compared to what the adepts at thetop of the pyramid believe. These adepts believe that the creatorof the universe left the world -- including mankind itself -- in animperfect state. Those at the top of the ladder, who run the stageshow of consensus reality through their various levels ofcommand and control, see themselves quite literally as Godswho, having reached perfection themselves, have the ability andnatural right to shape and reshape the world according to theirplan known as the "Great Work." They see themselves as re-creators, above and at odds with the true creator of the universe.The “lesser-evolved” types are seen as cannon-fodder, flowersthat must be trampled, for the rebuilding of Solomon’s (Sol-Om-On) Temple, which itself is esoteric allegory for The Great Work;the “perfection” of mankind. Matter is put above creation, and“science” (secular dogma) over faith, with the understanding that man can become God through study,the occult, and technocractic endevours and manipulations. Google video on the History OfFreemasonry - Link The Illuminati. The Illuminati is used nowadays to talk of several groups characterized by secrecy, all groups working together, having one single goal; that is Global Government. Historically however, it refers specifically to the Bavarian Illuminati founded on May 1, 1776, in Bavaria, by one Dr. Adam Weishaupt, a professor of Canon Law at Ingolstadt University and a former Jesuit. 0riginally, they were a secret society called the Order of the Illuminati formed within the existing Masonic lodges of Germany. Since Masonry is itself a secret society, the Illuminati was a secret society within a secret society, a mystery inside a mystery, so to say.Although the Order was founded to provide an opportunity for the free exchange of ideas, Weishauptsbackground as a Jesuit seems to have influenced the actual character of the society, such that theexpress aim of this Order became to abolish Christianity, and overturn all civil government. So who arethe Illuminati today? They are, in essence, a cartel of international bankers and industrialists based inWestern Europe and North America. The names of certain families persist over long periods of time.Some of the most important names are Rothschild, Rockefeller, Morgan, Lazard, Warburg, Schroderand Schiff. They control world banks, movie industry, top corporations, CIA, United Nations, musicindustry, FBI, most television networks, global media, Vatican, other religions, Catholic Church, and ofcourse, the education system. Their main goal is to create a One World Government and a "New WorldOrder", with them on top. This is a very old goal of theirs, and to understand it fully, one must realizethat this goal isnt of a kind thats supposed to be obtained within one lifetime; it has been a goal thatslowly is to be reached over a long period of time. However, they have accomplished more in thisdirection during the last few decades than they have done in hundreds of years, due toindustrialization and the Information Technology Era. This goal has been planned away from thepublics prying eyes, in secrecy within the Secret Societies. All Secret Societies with secret grades ofinitiation are owned and controlled by the Illuminati, and Freemasonry is maybe the best known ofthem all. Their God is Lucifer, "The Light Bearer", and by occult practices they manipulate andinfluence the masses. It doesnt matter if you and I believe in this or not, as long as they do. And theytake it very seriously. Texe Marrs speaks about the Illuminati - (Audio) Part 1 Part 2; Youtubevideo on Illuminati Symbolism: Its Everywhere - Link; Youtube video on the Illuminati and The NewWorld Order - Link; John Todd on the Illuminati Part 1 Part 2 ; The Basic Illuminati with www.PDFonFly.com Created Structure -
    • Link - (Picture)East Orange installssurveillance cameras withcomputer chips that sensecriminal activities, alerts police- March 18, 2010(East Orange unveiled its revolutionary crime-fighting technologytoday. Police Officers monitor the cameras and sensors)N.J. -- First there were gunshotdetectors, then surveillance cameras —both of which police credit with dramatic decreases in crime. Now East Orange hasinstalled a state-of-the-art tracking system that may be able to snitch on bad behaviorwithout human eyes.Today, the city’s police department unveiled the new system that includes programmedsensors capable of identifying criminal behavior as it is happening.Police Director Jose Cordero showed off the technology today at a press conference, atwhich over 200 public officials and international law enforcement agents were inattendance."We want to change the criminal mindset about wanting to commit the crime," Corderosaid. "This is about real-time deterrence."Cordero said the new system’s cameras, which have been installed throughout the city,have computer chips that automatically sense hundreds of suspicious scenarios andalert police.For example, Cordero said, if two people approach an individual on the street, and theindividual becomes evasive or tries to run away, the camera will alert operators of apossible robbery. The operators can view the area on their computers and dispatch thenearest officers within one second.Cordero said the sensors do not recognize race, age or other factors that may lead todiscrimination.The cameras were developed by Australian company DigiSensory, which used thesensors in Sydney in 2008 when the pope came to visit, said the company’s chiefexecutive officer Tarik Hammadou. The sensors are unique to the United States, andCordero said they have mainly been used experimentally and have not been fullyintegrated into police tracking systems until now.Hammadou contacted East Orange last year when he learned Cordero had installedgunshot detectors and surveillance cameras to reduce crime in 2004. The city hascredited the technology, costing $1.8 million, with a more than 70 percent drop in crimebetween 2003 and 2008.Police officials from around the world have taken an interest in East Orange. Last week, Created with www.PDFonFly.com
    • Brazilian government officials who are preparing for the 2014 World Cup and the 2016Olympics visited the city to learn how they could heighten security, Cordero said. Policedirector Ahmet Kirkpinak from Ankara, Turkey, came to the conference today, sayingcities in his country were starting to develop surveillance technology."This is exactly what we want to do," Kirkpinak said. "This was a good opportunity tolearn how this is done. (East Orange) is spending millions. They are doing it right."But Dennis Kenney, a criminal justice professor at John Jay College, said using thetechnology as a law enforcement tool is a pipe dream."To argue that somehow it’s going to be able to distinguish the guy who’s going to theATM and the robber at the ATM is a fantasy. The technology is just not sophisticatedenough," Kenney said in a phone interview. "Basically, the citizens have to decidewhether they feel comfortable being watched all the time." Body Check (Dynamic structured light acquisition techniques use a set of lines projected onto an object of interest to generate a 3D surface. Fingerprints or facial scans can be acquired using this method without the need for contact, making acquisition possible from a distance) In recent years a number of countries have initiated biometric schemes aimed at protecting their borders. Although they are typically launched amid claims that they will accelerate the immigration process, this isnt always their central purpose, and frequently the new systems culminate in long queues.Back in 2002 Australia unveiled its plans for SmartGate, a system that uses biometricfacial recognition technology linked to the passengers e-passport. Recent travellers tothe US may have been taken by surprise by the new biometric security system in placeat ten key airports there, which requires ten fingerprints for identification. Clear Cards,which carry biometric information, have been used by Americans since 2005. Dubai hasestablished e-gates where registered passengers swipe an ID card and pass through afingerprint scan, and the Netherlands has introduced Privium, a paid-for iris scanningservice that offers a range of benefits, including lounge access and fast-track check-in.e-BordersNow e-Borders (electronic borders), a programme run by the UK Home Offices UKBorder Agency at a likely total cost of £1.2bn, aims to tighten security at the countrysborders. e-Borders is a joint programme run in partnership with the police andintelligence agencies. It requires commercial carriers and owners, or operators, of allvessels to submit detailed passenger, service and crew data in advance of theirdeparture to and from the UK.Julie Gillis, programme director for e-Borders, explains: "Border control is undergoingthe biggest shake up in border security for over 40 years. This includes fingerprintingpeople before they arrive; a strong new force at the border; counting people in and out ofthe country, and ID cards for foreign nationals. Created with www.PDFonFly.com
    • "Part of this shake up is the introduction of the e-Borders system. e-Borders itself isabout the collection of data on travellers, allowing us to check that the right people arecoming into the UK, as well as looking at the people going out. We are committed tocollecting 100 million passenger movements by April 2009."Project Semaphore, which was the operational prototype for e-Borders, ran from January2005 to April 2008 and captured a total of 50 million passenger movements. Its function,according to Gillis, "was to de-risk the main programme. The prototype was a realsuccess from a de-risking perspective because we learned many lessons on how towork effectively with suppliers and service providers, for example IBM." 102 carriers arealready signed up and more than 180 routes covered. More than 1,800 arrests have beenmade at airports as a result of information gleaned from Semaphore.Other UKBA initiatives include the use of biometrics to tighten security at the UK borderand expedite the journey of legitimate travellers.For example, fingerprints are now being taken from everyvisa applicant, enabling the UK authorities to checkagainst watchlists to ascertain if the applicant is a failedasylum seeker or has previously been removed from thecountry. There was an initial downturn in demand at anindividual post level when fingerprinting was introducedbut there has since been a recovery to previous levels ofdemand.The agency also embarked on a trial of biometric gatesknown as MiSense, a 16-week experiment at Heathrow inwhich about 3,000 travellers helped it to undertake themost comprehensive test of biometrically enabled accesscarried out in the UK to date. "The pilot enabled us to demonstrate how self-servicekiosks might accommodate biometric technology, and how best to capture passengerdetails and register them, giving access to controlled areas," explains Gillis."We set ourselves high standards but it allowed us to link a single travel experience fromcheck-in, entry to the security area, boarding the aircraft and automated borderclearance." However, Gillis describes MiSense as a contained trial and a decision hassince been made to take it no further. Gillis adds that the agency has a number of otherautomated services in place or under investigation.IRIS – iris recognition immigration systemIris Recognition Immigration System (IRIS) is perhaps the best known constituent of thee-Borders Programme. Instead of queuing at immigration, a passenger who hasregistered can simply pass through the IRIS machine. At present there is one IRISsystem at each of Heathrows terminals 1, 2 and 4, two at terminal 3, and two furtherinstallations planned for Terminal 5. Gatwick North and South, Birmingham terminal 1,and Manchester 1 and 2 have also been fitted out with IRIS points of entry.In addition to offering a clear security benefit – the database is cross-referenced againstinformation stored by other agencies across the country – Gillis claims it is also a way ofcutting queues and speeding up passenger flow for what she calls trusted travellers.Since the launch of the voluntary IRIS programme in 2006, 217,000 people have enrolled.IRIS has experienced setbacks, however. It is necessary to register at the relevant office Created with www.PDFonFly.com
    • and, despite each participating airport stating specific times, enrolment offices are notalways open.Another problem is that the IRIS machines havent always worked in the past. Althoughthese technical issues appear to have been resolved, Gillis admits that IRIS may in futurebe replaced with an updated system."Weve been looking at Trusted Traveller schemes, similar to IRIS, but were looking forthose to be privately funded rather than funded by the UK government," she says. "Its asimilar system. You enroll, provide details in advance, ensure you fit the criteria and thenuse the automated system to enter the UK."The Department for Transport estimates that if travel continues in line with currenttrends, 400-600 million passengers a year will pass through UK airports by 2030(compared with 200 million in 2003). Against this background, and with IRIS becomingmore popular, there is also a question of how effectively the system will cope under theincreasing burden.Gillis says the agency is looking at several options including facial recognition andfingerprinting. "The e-passport scheme were looking at will use biometric informationcontained in the chip of all the UK passports in circulation issued after 2006," she says."Passengers simply insert the document into a reader at the gate, which will make somechecks, and a matched passenger is then allowed in. A similar system is in place inPortugal. Were looking into whether it would be appropriate for the UK environment."Enhanced driver’s licence now ready forborder - May 5th, 2009Ontario residents can now apply for an enhanced driver’slicence to use instead of a passport when crossing into theUnited States, Transportation Minister Jim Bradleyannounced today, even though the new documents won’tbe ready for weeks.The U.S. will require passports or other secureidentification documents for anyone crossing into thecountry by land or sea starting June 1, while a passport willstill be required to enter the U.S. by air.What is it?A new high tech licence designed to prevent identity theft and possibly serve as an alternate to yourpassport when travelling to the U.S. But a Ministry spokesman admits that could be ‘years away.’What’s special about it?It has a second photo on the front, raised lettering of the licence’s number, signature and date of birth,a fine-line background, a 2D barcode, micro and rainbow printing, and ultraviolet features amongothers.When can you get it?They’ll be issued the next time you renew your licence, starting this month. Created with www.PDFonFly.com
    • What’s the cost?It won’t be more expensive, retaining the $75 charge you pay now.What if you’ve just renewed your licence?You’re out of luck. The only way to get the new version is to move, change the information on yourcurrent card or wait until your next renewal five years from now. CCTV Security CamerasAn explosion proof camera and various dome mounted cameras are pictured above. CCTV is anacronym that stands for Closed Circuit Television. It is defined as the use of one or more cameras usedfor surveillance purposes. It was initially developed to increase bank security and has since spread toevery corner of the security industry. Home security systems, businesses, corporations, organizations,and schools are several examples of locations that implement CCTV Security Systems. They producehigh quality, exceptionally sharp color images, and have motion sensors that track movement acrossan area. They can pick a person out of a crowd and lock on them, tracing their movements; they canrun at night because of infrared technology. The possibilities are endless for CCTV, especially as thetechnology continues to develop.Will Biometric Passports Lead to a State ofConstant Surveillance? - August 28, 2009One of life’s sweet pleasures is to travel. Thanks to theincreasing number of low-cost flights, traveling abroad is nolonger a luxury reserved for the privileged few. At the same time,however, there is an alarming increase in the demand ofpersonal data from tourists and no clear transatlantic legalframework on personal data exchange. Though third partiessuch as airlines and airport operators have the right to read thisdata, we don’t know what happens with it afterwards.Under legislation introduced after the September 11th attacks, the United States has tightened securitymeasures for foreign tourists entering its country. The latest measure requires that by 2012, everytraveler entering the United States who is part of the visa-waiver program must have a biometricpassport or be forced to apply for a visa.The biometric passport – which contains an embedded chip with personal data, facial images and Created with www.PDFonFly.com
    • fingerprints – is on its way to becoming a global travel prerequisite. Current passports will remain validfor travel to most countries until then. Germany, France and the Netherlands have already startedissuing the new documents. EU parliamentarians approved the US’ demand and passed a ruling at theend of 2005 saying that its goal is to combat illegal immigration, terrorism and organized crime. But theexcuse that the new passports will help prevent international terrorism is questionable since securityagents will need to know whose face or fingerprints they are looking for in the first place.Initially, Washington gave a 2006 deadline for the 27 countries in the EU and other visa-waivercountries such as Norway, Iceland and Switzerland, but then pushed the date back to June of this yearto give these countries more time to prepare the technology needed to issue the biometric passports.The US State Department started introducing e-passports in 2006 and every passport holder in the USis projected to have one by 2017.In the meantime, there is little enthusiasm for these new requirements. Data watchdogs and humanrights activists argue that this regulation treats everyone as a potential criminal, thus violating theprotection of citizens’ personal data and imposing a state of constant surveillance.Peter Hustinx, the European Data Protection Supervisor, said in a press conference on theimplementation of biometric passports in 2007 that security measures aimed at preventing terrorismare often stepped up at the expense of privacy. Hustinx is in charge of giving governments and EUbodies advice on data security standards and acts independently of EU institutions. He warned thatthe EU was “rushing in a new era” of using biometric identifiers for security checks while standards fordata protection were still not clear.“It is very important that the biometric data is only saved in the passport and not in external databanks.Until now there are no international regulations which guarantee this,” said Peter Schaar, GermanFederal Commissioner for Data Protection, at a conference on data protection held in March of thisyear in Berlin.In 2005 when this ruling was issued, no intense political debate occurred in Germany but there weresome voices of dissent. The left-wing daily newspaper Die Tageszeitung published a column sayingthat since 9/11 domestic security had gained more importance than the protection of fundamentalcitizen rights. In addition, security experts have warned of the danger and ease with which hackers andstate agencies could abuse the data registers and the sensitive personal information they track.In fact, the e-pass, which is supposed to protect states against terrorist attacks, is not so safe at all. In2006 at the Black Hat security conference held in Las Vegas, Lukas Grunwald, a German computersecurity consultant, proved that the data in the chips is easy to copy. He demonstrated that a terroristcould carry a passport with his/her real name and photo printed on the pages, but with a chip thatcontains different information cloned from someone else’s passport. However, this could be easilyavoided if the security official examines the pass to make sure the name and the picture printed on itmatch the data read from the chip.Further troubling to activists and watchdogs, the European Union is about to enter talks with the US ongiving it access to banking data. The plan could go beyond an existing deal with the EU that allowstrans-Atlantic airlines to transfer credit card, email addresses, passport, travel itineraries and other databelonging to European passengers to US officials. The US has already been examining transactionshandled by the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Transactions (SWIFT) since 9/11. SWIFT,which is headquartered in Belgium, is planning to move its servers and database from the US toEurope. With data privacy laws far stricter in Europe, the US would then need permission from the EUbefore it could gain access to this sensitive information.The protection of a citizen’s privacy and personal data is vital for any democratic society, and shouldbe respected as much as freedom of expression or movement. Some officials in the US and the EUwould do well to re-read Article 8 of the European Union’s Charter of Fundamental Rights which statesthe following:“Everyone has the right to the protection of personal data concerning him or her. Such data must beprocessed fairly for specified purposes and on the basis of the consent of the person concerned orsome other legitimate basis laid down by law. […] Compliance with these rules shall be subject to Created with www.PDFonFly.com
    • control by an independent authority.”In the paranoid quest for more security, freedom and privacy are often sacrificed. We are all beingwatched by “Big Brother,” but who is watching “Big Brother” for us? Collapse of the American Empire: swift, silent, certain - Aug. 25, 2010 "One of the disturbing facts of history is that so many civilizations collapse," warns anthropologist Jared Diamond in "Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed." Many "civilizations share a sharp curve of decline. Indeed, a societys demise may begin only a decade or two after it reaches its peak population, wealth and power." Now, Harvards Niall Ferguson, one of theworlds leading financial historians, echoes Diamonds warning: "Imperial collapse maycome much more suddenly than many historians imagine. A combination of fiscaldeficits and military overstretch suggests that the United States may be the next empireon the precipice." Yes, America is on the edge.Dismiss his warning at your peril. Everything you learned, everything you believe andeverything driving our political leaders is based on a misleading, outdated theory ofhistory. The American Empire is at the edge of a dangerous precipice, at risk of a sudden,rapid collapse.Ferguson is brilliant, prolific and contrarian. His works include the recent "Ascent ofMoney: A Financial History of the World;" "The Cash Nexus: Money and Power in theModern World;" "Colossus: The Rise and Fall of The American Empire;" and "The War ofthe World," a survey of the "savagery of the 20th century" where he highlights aprofound "paradox that, though the 20th century was so bloody, it was also a time ofunparalleled progress."Why? Throughout history imperial leaders inevitably emerge and drive their nations intowars for greater glory and "economic progress," while inevitably leading their nation intocollapse. And that happens suddenly and swiftly, within "a decade or two."Youll find Fergusons latest work, "Collapse and Complexity: Empires on the Edge ofChaos," in Foreign Affairs, the journal of the Council of Foreign Relations, a nonpartisanthink tank. His message negates all the happy talk youre hearing in todays news -- abouteconomic recovery and new bull markets, about "hope," about a return to "Americangreatness" -- from Washington politicians and Wall Street bankers.Collapse of All Empires: 5 stages repeating through the agesFerguson opens with a fascinating metaphor: "There is no better illustration of the lifecycle of a great power than The Course of Empire, a series of five paintings with www.PDFonFly.com Created by Thomas
    • Cole that hangs in the New York Historical Society. Cole was a founder of the HudsonRiver School and one of the pioneers of nineteenth-century American landscapepainting; in The Course of Empire, he beautifully captured a theory of imperial rise andfall to which most people remain in thrall to this day. Each of the five imagined scenesdepicts the mouth of a great river beneath a rocky outcrop."If youre unable to see them at the historical society, theyre all reproduced in ForeignAffairs, underscoring Fergusons warnings that the "American Empire on the precipice,"near collapse.First. The Savage State, before the Empire rises"In the first, The Savage State, a lush wilderness is populated by a handful of hunter-gatherers eking out a primitive existence at the break of a stormy dawn." Imagine ourhistory from Columbus discovery of America in 1492 on through four more centuries aswe savagely expanded across the continent.Second. The Arcadian or Pastoral State, as the American Empire flourishes"The second picture, The Arcadian or Pastoral State, is of an agrarian idyll: theinhabitants have cleared the trees, planted fields, and built an elegant Greek temple."The temple may seem out of place. However, Coles paintings were done in 1833-1836,not long after Thomas Jefferson built the University of Virginia using classical Greek andRoman revival architecture.As Ferguson continues the tour you sense youre actually inside the New York HistoricalSociety, visually reminded of how historys great cycles do indeed repeat over and over.You are also reminded of one of historys great tragic ironies -- that all nations fail to learnthe lessons of history, that all nations and their leaders fall prey to their own narcissistichubris and that all eventually collapse from within.Third. Consummation of the American Empire"The third and largest of the paintings is The Consummation of Empire. Now, thelandscape is covered by a magnificent marble entrepôt, and the contented farmer-philosophers of the previous tableau have been replaced by a throng of opulently cladmerchants, proconsuls and citizen-consumers. It is midday in the life cycle."The Consummation of Empire focuses us on Fergusons core message: At the verypeak of their power, affluence and glory, leaders arise, run amok with imperial visionsand sabotage themselves, their people and their nation. They have it all.But more-is-not enough as greed, arrogance and a thirst for power consume them. Backin the early days of the Iraq war, Kevin Phillips, political historian and former Nixonstrategist, also captured this inevitable tendency in Wealth and Democracy:"Most great nations, at the peak of their economic power, become arrogant and wagegreat world wars at great cost, wasting vast resources, taking on huge debt, andultimately burning themselves out." We sense the "consummation" of the AmericanEmpire occurred with the leadership handoff from Bill Clinton to George W. Bush.Unfortunately that peak is behind us: Clinton, Bush, Henry Paulson, Ben Bernanke, SarahPalin, Barack Obama, Mitt Romney and all future American leaders are merely playingtheir parts in the greatest of all historical dramas, repeating but never fully grasping the Created with www.PDFonFly.com
    • lessons of history in their insatiable drive for "economic progress," to recapture formerglory ... while unwittingly pushing our empire to the edge, into collapse.Four. Destruction of the EmpireThen comes The Destruction of Empire, the fourth stage in Fergusons grand dramaabout the life-cycle of all empires. In "Destruction" "the city is ablaze, its citizens fleeingan invading horde that rapes and pillages beneath a brooding evening sky." Elsewhere in"The War of the World," Ferguson described the 20th century as "the bloodiest in history,one hundred years of butchery." Todays high-tech relentless news cycle, suggests thatour 21st century world is a far bloodier return to savagery.At this point, investors are asking themselves: How can I prepare for the destruction andcollapse of the American Empire? There is no solution in the Cole-Ferguson scenario,only an acceptance of fate, of destiny, of historys inevitable cycles.But there is one in "Wealth, War and Wisdom" by hedge fund manager Barton Biggs,Morgan Stanleys former chief global strategist who warns us of the "possibility of abreakdown of the civilized infrastructure," advising us to buy a farm in the mountains."Your safe haven must be self-sufficient and capable of growing some kind of food ...well-stocked with seed, fertilizer, canned food, wine, medicine, clothes, etc. Think SwissFamily Robinson." And when they come looting, fire "a few rounds over the approachingbrigands heads."Five. Desolation ... after the Empire disappears"Finally, the moon rises over the fifth painting, Desolation," says Ferguson. There is nota living soul to be seen, only a few decaying columns and colonnades overgrown bybriars and ivy." No attacking "brigands?" No loveable waste-collecting robots from Wall-E?The good news is the Earth will naturally regenerate itself without savage humans, as wesaw in Alan Weismans brilliant "The World Without Us:" Steel buildings decay. Microbeseat indestructible plastics. Eons pass. And Earth reemerges in all its glory, a Garden ofEden.Epilogue: All Empires ... are condemned to decline and fallIn a Los Angeles Times column, Ferguson asks: "America, a Fragile Empire: Here today,gone tomorrow, could the United States fall that fast?" And his answer is clear andemphatic: "For centuries, historians, political theorists, anthropologists and the publichave tended to think about the political process in seasonal, cyclical terms ... we discerna rhythm to history. Great powers, like great men, are born, rise, reign and then graduallywane. No matter whether civilizations decline culturally, economically or ecologically,their downfalls are protracted."We are deceiving ourselves, convinced "the challenges that face the United States areoften represented as slow-burning ... threats seem very remote.""But what if history is not cyclical and slow-moving but arrhythmic?" asks Ferguson.What if history is "at times almost stationary but also capable of accelerating suddenly,like a sports car? What if collapse does not arrive over a number of centuries but comessuddenly, like a thief in the night?" What if the collapse of the American Empire is dead Created with www.PDFonFly.com
    • ahead, in the next decade? What if, as with the 2000 dot-com crash, were in denial,refusing to prepare?Fergusons final message about Americas destiny comes from Foreign Affairs:"Conceived in the mid-1830s, Coles great five-part painting has a clear message: allempires, no matter how magnificent, are condemned to decline and fall." Throughouthistory, empires function "in apparent equilibrium for some unknowable period. Andthen, quite abruptly ... collapse," a blunt reminder of the sudden, swift, silent, certaintimetable in Diamonds "Collapse" where a "societys demise may begin only a decadeor two after it reaches its peak population, wealth and power."You are forewarned: If the peak of Americas glory was the leadership handoff fromClinton to Bush, then we have already triggered the countdown to collapse, the decadefrom 2010 until 2020 ... tick ... tick ... tick ...NSA creating spy system to monitor domesticinfrastructureThe National Security Agency has begun work on an"expansive" spy system that will monitor critical infrastructureinside the United States for cyber-attacks, in a move thatdetractors say could end up violating privacy rights andexpanding the NSAs domestic spying abilities.The Wall Street Journal cites unnamed sources as saying thatthe NSA has issued a $100-million contract to defensecontractor Raytheon to build a system dubbed "PerfectCitizen," which will involve placing "sensors" at critical pointsin the computer networks of private and public organizationsthat run infrastructure, organizations such as nuclear powerplants and electric grid operators.In an email obtained by the Journal, an unnamed Raytheon employee describes the system as "BigBrother.""The overall purpose of the [program] is our Government...feel[s] that they need to insure the PublicSector is doing all they can to secure Infrastructure critical to our National Security," the email states."Perfect Citizen is Big Brother.""Raytheon declined to comment on this email," the Journal reports.Some officials familiar with Perfect Citizen see it "as an intrusion by the NSA into domestic affairs,while others say it is an important program to combat an emerging security threat that only the NSA isequipped to provide," the Journal states.The program is reportedly being funded under the Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative, aprogram launched by the Bush administration in January, 2008, and continued under the Obamaadministration. The initiative is budgeted to cost $40 billion over several years.ANOTHER WAR WITHOUT DEFINITION?News of the spy system comes in the wake of months of news reports and government statements onthe the threat of cyber-attacks. Last year, the US pointed the finger of blame at North Korea for a"widespread" attack on US and South Korean government computers. Earlier this year, a coordinated Created with www.PDFonFly.com
    • attack on Google servers was identified as originating from China.But many observers say the threat of cyberwar is exaggerated, and they suggest that profit may be amotive behind efforts to build cyber-defense systems."Its about who is in charge of cyber security, and how much control the government will exert overcivilian networks," writes security technology expert Bruce Schneier at the CNN Web site. "And bybeating the drums of war, the military is coming out on top."Schneier sees danger in the media "mislabeling" activities like computer hacking and "cyber-activism"as "cyberwar.""One problem is that theres no clear definition of cyberwar. What does it look like? How does it start?When is it over? Even cybersecurity experts dont know the answers to these questions, and itsdangerous to broadly apply the term war unless we know a war is going on."MONEY TO BE MADEIn a report published last month, Cecilia Kang at the Washington Post described cyber-security as"Washingtons growth industry of choice," and companies in the business are "in line for a multibillion-dollar injection of federal research dollars."Kang reported: Delivering the keynote address at a recent cybersecurity summit sponsored byDefense Daily, Dawn Meyerriecks, deputy director of national intelligence for acquisition andtechnology, said that along with the White House Office of Science and Technology, her office is goingto sponsor major research "where the governments about to spend multiple billions of dollars."The Alex Jones ShowThe Alex Jones Show is a nationally syndicated news/talk show based out of Austin, TX. The show issyndicated by the Genesis Communication Network on over 60 AM and FM radio stations across theUnited States, as well as having a large internet based audience. Syndicated radio journalist anddocumentary filmmaker Alex Jones has been on the front lines of the growing global information warfrom ground zero (9/11) to the occult playgrounds of the power-mad elite. The Alex Jones Show hasthe daily developments and important guests to bring you the real truth and nothing but. Listen to AlexJones live Monday thru Friday from 11:00AM—3:00PM Central. Visit his website -http://www.infowars.com/Listen to the Alex Jones Show now 16kbs Stream 2: Stream 1 | Stream 2 Created with www.PDFonFly.com
    • The North American UnionThomas Donohue (president and CEO of theU.S. Chamber of Commerce) on June 16, 2006remarked that "for CEOs, North America isalready a single market, and businessdecisions are no longer made with a Mexicostrategy---or a Canada strategy---but, rather,with a North American strategy....I think itspretty clear now that it no longer makes senseto talk about U.S. competitiveness and Mexicancompetitiveness---or, for that matter, about thecompetitiveness of Canada. We are all in thistogether---we, as North Americans." TheLate Great USA - Link (pdf File) YoutubeVideo on NAFTA and the Council on Foreign Relations - Link NAFTA Super HighwayAll UK citizens in ID database by2017 - March 2008All British citizens will have their fingerprintsand photographs registered on a national IDdatabase within 10 years under plans outlinedby the Government.Millions in sensitive jobs, including teachers,carers and health workers, will be among thefirst to be entered on to the identity register.In a bid to kick start the project - the worldsbiggest - foreign nationals working in Britainwill begin to be issued with cards from November. Starting next year, the first Britishcitizens will be enrolled beginning with some airport staff, power station employees andpeople working on the London Olympics site.Fingerprint kiosks, modelled on existing photograph booths in stations and shops, couldbe set up around the country to help people enrol. Plans outlined by Jacqui Smith, theHome Secretary, yesterday envisage a fee of £30 for a stand-alone card, andwith www.PDFonFly.com Created more than
    • £100 for a combined ID card and passport.But ministers have been told by their own expert that enrolment should be free if thescheme is to win hearts and minds.A report commissioned by Gordon Brown from Sir James Crosby, a former bankingchief, raised the prospect of the taxpayer stumping up the full cost. The Government hasinsisted all along that the multi-billion pound scheme would be funded through fees andnot taxes.Sir James also came out against including a digital image of the cardholders fingerprintson the microchip in each ID card. For security reasons, the card and database should onlyhold some elements of a biometric, he said.His report was published alongside a new Government timetable for introducing auniversal ID scheme by 2017.From the start of 2010 young people will be able to get an identity card if they chose andwill be issued with a unique personal identity number. Later that year the scheme will beopened up to voluntary applicants of any age.From 2012 - after the next general election - anyone applying for a new passport willautomatically be fingerprinted and 49 pieces of personal information logged on thedatabase. This is three years later than planned when the scheme was first proposedafter the September 11 terrorist attacks in 2001.In another change from original plans, Jacqui Smith, the Home Secretary, said it will bepossible to decline the card itself and rely upon a passport as an identity document.Ministers might even revive the idea of linking the database entry to the driving licence.There had been suggestions that Gordon Brown was cooling on the ID project because ofthe cost and civil liberties implications. But far from being a retreat, the announcementwas designed to show that the Government is still committed to the project.Miss Smith said the aim was to make coverage of the population universal by 2017.Officials said by that date, around 80 per cent of adults would be covered.At that point, or possibly earlier, there will be a vote in parliament to include the rest ofthe population still not on the register.Miss Smith said there would be greater involvement of the private sector in deliveringthe scheme. There would also be a drive to encourage more people to join the schemevoluntarily. As a result, Miss Smith said the Home Office could scale back the projected£5.4bn cost by around £1bn.The Tories have promised the scrap the scheme if they take power after the nextelection, likely in 2010. David Davis, the shadow home secretary, said: "The governmentmay have removed the highly visible element but they have still left the dangerous coreof this project.""The National Identity Register, which will contain dozens of personal details of everyadult in this country in one place, will be a severe threat to our security and a real targetfor criminals, hackers and terrorists." Created with www.PDFonFly.com
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