Breaking news! Massive government waste was actually exposed in a Murdock controlled newspaper!
Although the article is a bit old, it still represents a growing trend of a shift in the consciousness of the media. Corporate corruption is nothing new, what’s interesting is that The Washington Post actually printed an article called “Top Secret America”, which documented a 2 year investigative report which talks about the corrupt, inside deals of corporate America lapping up lucrative government contracts. Ever since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, there has opened up a huge market for anti-terrorist/homeland security related products and services. Much of the wasteful spending and back door deals never goes mentioned to the public. But in this article in The Washington Post, a huge list of potential waste and corruption showing a horde of corporate whores taking advantage of the public trust by over charging and over servicing the government is blatantly obvious.
Could this be another “good ‘ole boy” scenario where agents of the government and their corporate cohorts are scratching each other’s backs on our dime? I think so. Granted, there are many legitimate needs for protection and security, but this article appears to shed some light on the wasteful spending of government and the actions of the “insider” companies in the private sector working with the bloated alphabet soup agencies and government programs who are taking advantage of and exploiting the opportunity.
Since the September 11th “attacks”, the expansion of government control and tyranny has skyrocketed. They want to take complete control over the citizens of the United States. Disarming us in now on the agenda…but that’s another story all together. Government is growing at an alarming rate. We now have 1,271 government organizations and 1,931 private companies that have programs which deal with so-called “protection”, counterterrorism and homeland security.
So the question is: How much “security” do we need? Is the TSA actually benefiting society by strip searching harmless grandmothers in wheelchairs? The government is getting out of control. We now have a total of over 10,000 intelligence locations in the U.S. and the number continues to rise. Top security clearances are held by as many as 854,000 people now. That’s nearly a million people! How “secure” can that important information be, when nearly a million people are privy to it?
The government is so disorganized and bloated it’s ridiculous. Redundancy thrives in government agencies which conduct the same work, and both get paid for it. However the work and research they do never gets used for anything. Foreign and domestic spying produce 50,000 reports yearly and most of those reports just sit on a stack of files in some bloated bureaucrat’s office somewhere while the tax paying citizens subsidize this government waste.
It seems as if The Washington Post has some new reason to expose the government’s abuse of its power. Then again, in Joel Skousen’s World Affairs Brief on July 23, 2010 he begins the exposure process, but did not have enough clout to really bring to the table all of the government’s wasteful operations. He claims that these covert activities were more directed at patriotic citizens than the real enemies. The tension is growing among people of the country as they start waking up to the fact that the government is a bloated, corrupt, tyrannical organization that commits force, fraud and coercion every day. It’s obvious that the government is very concerned about Americans might rebeling against the growing totalitarian new world order in the future.
Upon reading the publication, the Post seems to be heroic in its endeavors to expose the government’s duplicity and wastefulness. This is vehemently contested by Joel Skousen in his July 23, 2010, World Affairs Brief. He claims that the Post provided enough information to intrigue the people, for the paper to sell in great numbers, but was not quite specific enough to instigate legitimate action against these operations. The focus should have been in recruiting, training, and running covert agents who are targeting patriotic American and allies – not the real enemies. According to Skousen, this is done by the government on purpose as a precaution, because of the fact that someday these entities might be a potential source of rebellion in opposition to a growing totalitarian one world government.
Skousen also criticized the Post since it did not specifically mention that a third of these operations are directed at Americans and other Western governments which need to be monitored and controlled, so as not to defy the objectives of the New World Order. He further elaborates that significant amounts of the budget are allocated for spying activities on State Officials. They collect information that might be used in the future, to coerce these people to comply when necessary. This is a blatant misuse of power and authority. It seems that the constitution has been completely flushed down the toilet and disregarded.
Because there is a bigger picture at hand, the New World Order is what should have been targeted and exposed in the report says Skousen. The Post should have made the connections between certain companies and mercenary contractors who support the agendas of the government and the new world order agenda to which he compares the Nazis. It’s obvious that The Post will not go that far because ultimately, it supports the creation of the one world government and the new world order of the corrupt elite class. People will be forced into compliance to do the government’s bidding and this threatens the freedom that many of our ancestors gave their lives for.
The Washington Post and other mainstream media sources should be ignored all together. As citizens are waking up in droves, they are now learning to seek their information through independent sources and online media. Only those who stay brainwashed by Fox News and Time magazine will be willing to bow down and submit to the evil doers in government and international banking.