Jack McLamb's mission statement:
"Our association's singular goal is to prevent our brothers and sisters in uniform from being unwittingly used to enslave the people of free nations under the anti-God, anti-Freedom (United Nations-led) world government system."
CopvCia.com belongs to Mike Ruppert, former LA Police officer turned expert on how drug money in the US subsidizes American banks and the intelligence service. He is highly respected as a researcher and authority on New World Order plans.
Oath Keepers is a non-partisan association of currently serving military, veterans, peace officers, and firefighters who will fulfill the oath we swore to support and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic.http://oathkeepers.org/oath/
Former Kansas State Trooper Greg Everson of The Heartland USA and former host of Republic Broadcasting Voices from the Heartland told host Steve Quayle in a special two hour Survive 2 Thrive broadcast.
Alexander Emerick Jones (born February 11, 1974) is an American talk radio host, actor and filmmaker. His syndicated news/talk show The Alex Jones Show, based in Austin, Texas, airs via the Genesis Communication Network over sixty AM, FM, and shortwave radio stations across the United States and on the Internet.
His websites include Infowars.com and PrisonPlanet.com.
Mainstream news sources have referred to him as right-wing, conservative, and a conspiracy theorist.
Jones sees himself as a libertarian, and rejects being described as a right-winger.[ He has also called himself a paleoconservative. In a promotional biography he is described as an "aggressive constitutionalists".
In his 2001 exposé of the National Security Agency entitled Body of Secrets, author James Bamford highlights a set of proposals on Cuba by the Joint Chiefs of Staff codenamed OPERATION NORTHWOODS. This document, titled “Justification for U.S. Military Intervention in Cuba” was provided by the JCS (Joint Chiefs of Staff) to Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara on March 13, 1962, as the key component of Northwoods.
Written in response to a request from the Chief of the Cuba Project, Col. Edward Lansdale, the Top Secret memorandum describes U.S. plans to covertly engineer various pretexts that would justify a U.S. invasion of Cuba.
These proposals - part of a secret anti-Castro program known as Operation Mongoose - included staging the assassinations of Cubans living in the United States, developing a fake “Communist Cuban terror campaign in the Miami area, in other Florida cities and even in Washington,” including “sink[ing] a boatload of Cuban refugees (real or simulated),” faking a Cuban airforce attack on a civilian jetliner, and concocting a “Remember the Maine” incident by blowing up a U.S. ship in Cuban waters and then blaming the incident on Cuban sabotage.
Bamford himself writes that Operation Northwoods “may be the most corrupt plan ever created by the U.S. government.”
Read the original unclassified orders in PDF format:
This section of the Bush Crimes Against America is a work in progress.
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These links reveal various Bush family associations in the past and present that link them to a conspiracy to create events and manipulate wars to serve their own family fortunes.
These events date back to Senator Prescott Bush,when he aided the Nazi Party before WWII.
Main culprits of the Bush dynasty are:
Senator Prescott Bush, senator from Connecticut (1954-1963), father of George H.W. Bush, and grandfather of George W. Bush.
The grandfather of President George Walker Bush (Skull & Bones, 1968) was Prescott Bush (Skull & Bones, 1917), and his great grand father was George Herbert Walker. Prescott Bush and George Herbert (Bert) Walker were directors of the London-affiliated New York banking house of Brown Brothers-Harriman and its various fronts, which funded and directed the military-industrial complex behind Hitler and the Nazi revolution.
Author Naomi Wolf discusses Prescott Bush's involvement with the Nazis with Alex Jones on radio.
Investigative reporter, John Buchanan discusses his research into Prescott Bush's support for Hitler and his effort to overthrow the US government.
George Herbert Walker Bush
George W. Bush
The Kucinich/Wexler Impeachment Articles:
The Kucinich/Wexler impeachment resolution contained 35 articles covering the Iraq war, the Valerie Plame affair, creating a case for war with Iran, capture and treatment of prisoners of war, spying and or wiretapping inside the United States, use of signing statements, failing to Comply with Congressional Subpoenas, the 2004 elections, medicare, Hurricane Katrina, global warming, and 9/11.
The 2003 invasion of Iraq was the most substantial portion of the articles of impeachment introduced by Kucinich and Wexler. 15 of the 35 articles directly relate to alleged misconduct by Bush in seeking authority for the war, and in the conduct of military action itself. Five other articles address allegations partially or tertiarily relating to the war, including the "outing" of Valerie Plame, treatment of prisoners (both in Iraq and from operations in Afghanistan and other countries), and building a case for Iran being a threat based in part on alleging Iranian actions in Iraq.
The first 4 impeachment articles charge the president with illegally creating a case for war with Iraq, including charges of a propaganda campaign, falsely representing Iraq as responsible for 9/11, and falsely representing Iraq as an imminent danger to the United States.
Articles 5 - 8 and 12 deal with the invasion of Iraq and include charges that funds were misspent before the war, that the war was in violation of HJRes114, that Iraq was invaded without a war declaration, that the war is a violation of the UN Charter, and that the purpose of the war was to control the country's oil supplies.
Articles 9, 10, 11, and 13 deal with conduct of the war, including failing to provide troops with body armor, falsifying US troop deaths and injuries, establishing a permanent military base in Iraq, and creating a secret task force to develop energy and military policies with respect to Iraq and other countries. Articles 15 and 16 cover contractors in Iraq and charges that the president misspent money on contractors and provided them with immunity.
Article 14 is about the outing of Valerie Plame Wilson.
Articles 17-20 concern the treatment of detainees, the "kidnapping" and detention of foreign nationals, and the use of torture.
Article 21 claims that the president misled congress and the American people about threats from Iran, and supported terrorist organizations within Iran, with the goal of overthrowing the Iranian government.
Articles 24 and 25 charge the president with illegally spying on American citizens, directing US telecom companies to create databases of citizens, and violating the fourth amendment of the US constitution.
Further information: Signing statement#Controversy over George W. Bush's use of signing statements
Article 26 concerns the presidential use of signing statements.
Article 27 is about failing to comply with congressional subpoenas.
Articles 28 and 29 charge the president with tampering with the 2004 elections and violating the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Article 30 states "Misleading Congress and the American People in an Attempt to Destroy Medicare."
Article 31 concerns the supposed failure to plan and respond to Hurricane Katrina.
Article 32 charges the president with "Systematically Undermining Efforts to Address Global Climate Change."
Articles 33, 34 and 35 concern 9/11, alleging that the president failed to respond to prior intelligence, obstructed post 9/11 investigations and endangered the health of 9/11 first responders.