Tuesday, June 11, 2013

The Queens of Stalingrad - 2

We Have Your Papers
Jilted into a lifelong homosexual relationship with a fellow employee at the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), J. Edgar Hoover became a drama queen early in his career.

He wrote the book for all the current Queens of Stalingrad who spy on Americans because they do not like the constraints of the Fourth Amendment.

A recent movie by Clint Eastwood starring Leonardo DiCaprio as J. Edgar Hoover reveals what the ongoing adopted bastard child of Hoover's FBI -- the U.S. Surveillance State -- is capable of doing (J. Edgar).

Written history also points out how the current government is the very embodiment of Hoover's Stalinist ideology:
Hoover, influenced by his work at the Library of Congress, decided to create a massive card index of people with left-wing political views. Over the next few years 450,000 names were indexed and detailed biographical notes were written up on the 60,000 that Hoover considered the most dangerous. Hoover then advised Palmer to have these people rounded up and deported.

On 7th November, 1919, the second anniversary of the Russian Revolution, over 10,000 suspected communists and anarchists were arrested in twenty-three different cities. However, the vast majority of these people were American citizens and had to be eventually released. However, Hoover now had the names of hundreds of lawyers who were willing to represent radicals in court. These were now added to his growing list of names in his indexed database.
(John Edgar Hoover, emphasis added). His psychological problems led him on to further, massive abuses in the name of "protecting the people" which is to this day a euphemism for "national security", which means "illegitimate government interests":
The FBI and Bay Area police were rounding up alien Japanese again today. The searches and arrests, said Nat J.L. Pieper, FBI chief here, were being made “on allegations of contraband and known association with Japanese nationalistic groups.”
Within a week the reception center at Manzanar, in the Owens Valley, will be ready to receive hundreds of alien and American-born Japanese who must evacuate the Pacific Coast military area.

More than 100 carpenters and mechanics directed by Lieut. Col. W.B. Higgins, of the Corps of Engineers, are rushing construction of the center for the Wartime Civil Control Administration. The WCCA is the military-civilian organization that will handle evacuation and resettlement problems, under supervision of Lieut. Gen. John L. DeWitt, commander of the Western Defense Command and Fourth Army.

They will be classified as to professions and occupations, and remain at the centers only until they are able to complete plans for re-establishing themselves in back-from-the-coast regions from which they are not banned by military decree.

Persons facing evacuation were warned today against “stalling” or unintentionally taking too much time to straighten our their affairs before leaving the military areas.

The next step in operation of the WCCA, General DeWitt said, will “border on enforced removal.”
(The San Francisco News, March 18, 1942). The dementia of Hoover has become institutionalized over the years, after beginning merely as paper index cards with private data written on them:
COINTELPRO (an acronym for Counter Intelligence Program) was a series of covert, and at times illegal, projects conducted by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) aimed at surveying, infiltrating, discrediting, and disrupting domestic political organizations.

The FBI has used covert operations against domestic political groups since its inception; however, covert operations under the official COINTELPRO label took place between 1956 and 1971. COINTELPRO tactics have been alleged to include discrediting targets through psychological warfare; smearing individuals and groups using forged documents and by planting false reports in the media; harassment; wrongful imprisonment; and illegal violence, including assassination. The FBI's stated motivation was "protecting national security, preventing violence, and maintaining the existing social and political order."
(Wikipedia, "COINTELPRO", see also Freedom Archives). An insurgency against this Hoover coup was mounted by the Church Committee:
A series of troubling revelations started to appear in the press concerning intelligence activities. First came the revelations of Christopher Pyle in January 1970 of the U.S. Army's spying on the civilian population and Sam Ervin's Senate investigations produced more revelations. Then on December 22, 1974, The New York Times published a lengthy article by Seymour Hersh detailing operations engaged in by the CIA over the years that had been dubbed the "family jewels". Covert action programs involving assassination attempts against foreign leaders and covert attempts to subvert foreign governments were reported for the first time. In addition, the article discussed efforts by intelligence agencies to collect information on the political activities of US citizens.

These revelations convinced many Senators and Representatives that the Congress itself had been too lax, trusting, and naive in carrying out its oversight responsibilities.
(Wikipedia, "Church Committee"). The news we hear this very day, about NSA spying on Americans, is deep-seated deja vu, as well as proof that long time officials in our government have been bound and determined to fight and destroy the U.S. Constitution --after taking an oath to protect and preserve it.

These dangerous drama queens of Washington Stalingrad, D.C., who are parroting McCarthy, J. Edgar Hoover, and a long line of jingoists in our history, are also examples of a decadent social sickness (The Germ Theory of Government).

Since the government does not prosecute themselves, they are like those who refuse immunization based on mystical beliefs, doomed to spread the disease far and wide.

The next post in this series is here, the previous post in this series is here.

Queen Jane Approximately


Now when all the clowns that you have commissioned
Have died in battle or in vain
And you’re sick of all this repetition
Won’t you come see me, Queen Jane?
Won’t you come see me, Queen Jane?

When all of your advisers heave their plastic
At your feet to convince you of your pain
Trying to prove that your conclusions should be more drastic
Won’t you come see me, Queen Jane?
Won’t you come see me, Queen Jane?

Now when all the bandits that you turned your other cheek to
All lay down their bandanas and complain
And you want somebody you don’t have to speak to
Won’t you come see me, Queen Jane?
Won’t you come see me, Queen Jane?

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