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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges has filed suit against President Obama and Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta to challenge the legality of the National Defense Authorization Act, which includes controversial provisions authorizing the military to jail anyone it considers a terrorism suspect anywhere in the world, without charge or trial. Sections of the bill are written so broadly that critics say they could encompass journalists who report on terror-related issues, such as Hedges, for supporting enemy forces. “It is clearly unconstitutional,” Hedges says of the bill. “It is a huge and egregious assault against our democracy. It overturns over 200 years of law, which has kept the military out of domestic policing.” We speak with Hedges, now a senior fellow at the Nation Institute, and former New York Times foreign correspondent who was part of a team of reporters that was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 2002 for the paper’s coverage of global terrorism. We are also joined by Hedges’ attorney Carl Mayer, who filed the litigation on his behalf in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
Breakdown . . . The ‘Played’ Is The Thing . . .
with respect, let us begin.
by Clif High
The recent brouhaha involving David Wilcock, Ben Fulford, Kerry Cassidy and unnamed others (Anonymous) has brought to the forefront of thinking, the ‘how’ of it all… as in how do people, seeming reasonable and (sometimes) rational, fall for such bullshit as the currently unfolding ‘lawsuit to bring down the NWO’ drama. First thought, of course, is to give the benefit of the doubt, that is, to assume that our cast of ‘players’ are not willing, but are rather unwitting, actors within the drama currently unfolding.
Then the ‘aha’ moment manifests, when realization dawns that it is all a con job, and the cast is not ‘players’, but rather, the ‘played’.
At this point there is no concern with the issue of why they fell/fall for these confidence tricks, nor is there even much concern given to the issue of ‘who’ is ‘playing’ our players. Rather the attention is directed toward the ‘how’ of it all.
While initially i thought to offer a breakdown of the ‘lawsuit to end the NWO’ as a confidence trick, showing point by point (using first Kerry’s examples, and then the complete filing papers) how this game is being played, but then, tiring of restating the obvious, a much more fitting approach delivered itself. Let’s make it a self teaching game.
Two ‘Must Listen To’ Interviews
First, David Wilcock offers an intriguing Benjamin Fulford interview. Ben explains the backstory to a lawsuit filed in New York on behalf of the royal family of China. The problem involves a bonds for gold swap in the tense period before World War Two as the Japanese invaded parts of Asia. In the 80 years that followed things went awry. Instead of safekeeping the gold bricks they somehow got mixed up with gold painted tungstun and the bonds were registered with sloppy typo errors according to Fulford. And to make matters even worse, the whole kit and caboodle of documentation and gold was buried and lost forever in the rubble of building number 7 on September 11, 2001.
Ben Fulford Interview
Then, David Wilcock began to receive death threats and called Kerry Cassidy of Project Camelot to tell her about it. Protection was arranged for David immediately. A man named Anonymous got on the telephone and encouraged David to get the whole story out. And, as far as the death threats were concerned, he said David should forgetaboutit.
Kerry Cassidy speaks with David and Mr. Anonymous
The World Is Not What It Seems To Be
– Terence McKenna