In another blow to American freedom, among many other similar blows of recent months, the American War Leader, and who is now ranked as one of the most unpopular Presidents in modern history, has issued orders for his Nation’s Internal Security Police, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to begin recruitment of over 15,000 informants to begin spying on their fellow American citizens.
According to the United States ABC Television News Service: "The FBI is taking cues from the CIA to recruit thousands of covert informants in the United States as part of a sprawling effort to boost its intelligence capabilities.
According to a recent unclassified report to Congress, the FBI expects its informants to provide secrets about possible terrorists and foreign spies, although some may also be expected to aid with criminal investigations, in the tradition of law enforcement confidential informants. The FBI did not respond to requests for comment on this story.
The FBI said the push was driven by a 2004 directive from President Bush ordering the bureau to improve its counterterrorism efforts by boosting its human intelligence capabilities.
The aggressive push for more secret informants appears to be part of a new effort to grow its intelligence and counterterrorism efforts. Other recent proposals include expanding its collection and analysis of data on U.S. persons, retaining years' worth of Americans' phone records and even increasing so-called "black bag" secret entry operations.
To handle the increase in so-called human sources, the FBI also plans to overhaul its database system, so it can manage records and verify the accuracy of information from "more than 15,000" informants, according to the document."
This news comes on the heels of the top domestic general in the United States, Air Force General Victor "Gene" Renuart, who heads U.S. Northern Command, calling for a tripling of troops on American soil to battle alleged ‘sleeper cells’, and the American President’s signing of an Executive Order outlawing all opposition to the Iraq war under threat of confiscation of all property and imprisonment for life.
This latest provocation against the citizens of the United States by its War Leaders eerily echoes the dreaded Ministry for State Security of the late East German communist government, and of which we can read:
"The Stasi influenced almost every aspect of life in the GDR. During the mid-1980s, a civilian network of informants known as the Inoffizielle Mitarbeiter (IMs, Unofficial Collaborators) began to grow within both parts of Germany, East and West.
By the time East Germany collapsed in 1989, it was estimated that 91,000 full-time employees and 300,000 informants were employed by the Stasi.
In other words, about one in fifty East Germans collaborated with the Stasi—one of the highest penetrations of any civilian society by an intelligence-gathering organization."
To what is becoming the United States under its totalitarian fascist rulers has been noted by, perhaps, the greatest living survivor of the Soviet Russia gulag, and Nobel Prize winner, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, and who according to the Associated Press News Service stated:
"Nobel laureate Alexander Solzhenitsyn has accused the West of trying to ignore and sideline Russia and hailed President Vladimir Putin for rebuilding the country. The 88-year old author, who documented the murderous Soviet prison camp system based on his own seven-year experience as a prisoner of the gulag, said the Western criticism of Russia was often unfair, according to a sprawling interview with Der Spiegel magazine that was republished Tuesday in the Russian daily Izvestia."
It is, also, more than interesting to note that at the very same time that the American experiment with freedom and liberty for its people have died, the exact reverse is now true in Russia, and where under President Putin’s leadership thousands of new Orthodox churches have been built around the Motherland leading to a resurgence of faith and stronger family morals in what was once a brutal communist nation.
As with all of the assaults to their freedom and liberties against them since September 11, 2001, there remains nothing but total submission by the American people themselves to the iron bars of totalitarian fascist rule swallowing them whole, leading one to wonder if, indeed, the American President has indeed been reading from the writings of the late Nazi German Dictator, Adolph Hitler, and who said:
"Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it."
By Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
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