May 8, 2009
For years we’ve been bombarded by the term “essential services”. In war and crisis-based economics, the term offers great insight into governmental crystal balls. The essential services list appears to be fairly consistent and looks something like this:
1. Government and Government Agencies
2. Emergency/Crisis Services
a. The Department of Homeland Security
c. CERT/First Responders
d. Medical Entities and Personnel
e. Law Enforcement and Fire Departments
g. National Service Volunteers
h. Infrastructure Builders
3. National/Federal Banks
4. Food and Drug Administration
6. Postal Service
7. Power Grid
Now, tell me if I’m wrong, but it appears that government always is essential in our current state of government-controlled affairs. Equally, it would appear that crisis looms large as the essential footprint of this all-encompassing control. But what is far more telling, is this list’s direct connection to martial law executive orders. If there are any readers who have yet to have read all martial law executive orders, please do so now. And I would also recommend that everyone reread them and get them implanted into your brain for they are explicitly related to today’s government-imposed essential services.
Now, we must consider the crisis scenarios that our government advertises 24/7.
1. Global Warming/Storms/Forest Fires
3. Terrorism (Foreign and Domestic)
4. The Economy
5. Bad Food/Animals
6. Health Care
7. Failed Education System
8. Open Borders/Crime/Kidnapping/Pandemics
9. National Service/Mandatory Civilian Labor
10. Suspended Constitution/Military Rule/Martial Law
11. The Auto Industry and Bank Failures/Transportation Control/High-Tech Superhighways
The obvious connection to crisis and martial law are clear. Now, one of the most disturbing aspects of such connection is martial law Executive Order #11000 which tells us that families can be forced into work details and that families can be split up and, clearly, this means adults from children.
One of the infrastructure goals to jumpstart the economy is to build high-tech schools. Let us, therefore, consider some of our new high-tech school campuses across the country. We see very large multi-district campuses with most built in more rural areas with surrounding acreages. We see very few windows in these new schools and they are, indeed, high-tech with campus surveillance and private law-enforcement personnel. One might say they are remarkably akin to prison compounds. And they also seem to have the capacity to contain many hundreds of children. They all have large food service capacities, large gymnasiums, and they are literally full of government-trained employees with government grantee mandates. If, under martial law, children can be separated from parents, are high-tech campus schools the holding tanks for our children? And are they capable of securing children from their parents?
Also think, if you will, of your community’s and regional food banks. FEMA, Red Cross, Salvation Army, other local food bank charities, and our faith-based government soldier churches, many of which now are housing food banks, or are in partnership with bulk food companies. It’s a funny thing how 501(c)3 non-profit faith-based Christians who are, themselves, partners with the Department of Homeland Security and government grants, still dare to claim moral authority and to judge. Money talks, doesn’t it folks? Money tied to crisis really talks.
So here’s the deal: “You are either with us, or you’re against us.” No truer words ever came out of the mouth of a D.C. politician. For you to be an essential servant, to do as told, think as told, be as told, and to go as told, your kids will be in school and guaranteed for a 12 month school year. Crisis is, after all, your duty, your moral authority, and your purse. Your essential/national service, no matter how involuntary, is not an option. Reread your 13th Amendment, won’t you?
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