Monday, August 14, 2006

Homeland Security chief says warrants are a 20th century relic

That's right, Michael Chertoff, friend of the globalist Council on Foreign Relations [see photo], told ABC and Fox News on Sunday that we need to give the government more powers (SEE ARTICLE). Chertoff has used the so-called terror plot in England to drum up support for making Big Brother even bigger. He implied that warrants are a thing of the past that can hinder the War on Terror. What the US needs, he said, is a government modeled closer to the British system of mass surveillance. No longer is it necessary to have trials, evidence, due process, all you need is an accusation that someone is a terrorist to arrest. After all, only a more expansive government can stop terror plots like the British one. If we have learned anything from 9/11 it's that after any alleged terror act, plot, arrest, ect., there is always coupled with it a call for more expansive governmental authority. See Chertoff's lecture at the Council on Foreign Relations where he calls for such a government.

One last bit of info on Chertoff, his cousin, Ben Chertoff, is a researcher/journalist for Popular Mechanics magazine who just happen to pen a hit piece on the 9/11 truth movement in 2005 (and now a book coming out August 27). This magazine has been on the frontlines spreading lies and half-truths to attempt to affirm the official 9/11 story by the government.
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