- CFR founding father Edward Mandell House 1920 First US National Security Adviser and Head of First U.S. Intelligence Organization The Inquiry
“Modeled on the longstanding Aspen Strategy Group, a bipartisan group of foreign policy experts, the Aspen Homeland Security Group is a bipartisan group of homeland security and counterterrorism experts whom the program periodically convenes in Washington, DC and at our Aspen campus to discuss issues in depth and make recommendations to policymakers. The Aspen Homeland Security Group is co- chaired by former Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff and former Congresswoman Jane Harman.”
Click to view the video launching the group. The video features David Ignatius a journalist for the Washington Post; Clark Kent Ervin executive director of the group and Former Inspector General Department of Homeland Security; Janet Napolitano, Director of Homeland Security, and Jane Harman a Californian Congress woman and counsel to the Department of Defense. Ignatius, Ervin, Napolitano, and Harman may or may not be bipartisan. Ignatius, Ervin, Napolitano, and Harman are all members of the Council on Foreign Relations.
In 2006 CFR member Harman. was a ranking member on the House Intelligence Committee. On Meet the Press Democrat Congresswoman Harmon backed the CFR run Republican Bush administration in establishing the National Security Administrations warrantless wiretap program and voting for the authorization of war with Iraq. The NSA warrantless surveillance controversy (AKA “Warrantless Wiretapping”) concerns surveillance of persons within the United States during the collection of foreign intelligence by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) as part of the war on terror. Part of the broader President’s Surveillance Program, the NSA is authorized by executive order to monitor, without search warrants, phone calls, Internet activity (Web, e-mail, etc.), text messaging, and other communication involving any party believed by the NSA to be outside the U.S., even if the other end of the communication lies within the U.S. The CFR run Obama Administration has continued using these methods.
The National Security Agency came into being during the Administration of President Woodrow Wilson. The first National Security Advisor was Col. Edward Mandell House. Col. House was a founding father of the Council on Foreign Relations. He was also the head of the first U.S. intelligence organization the Inquiry. The Council on Foreign Relations has surrounded every President from Wilson on with unelected Council members who make policy decisions designed to benefit CFR members and corporate members. The Warrantless Wiretapping Program gives the NSA a way to monitor and silence critics of CFR run democratic and republican administrations. Since 1921 the United States ceased being a democratic republic and became a Council on Foreign relations ruled Oligarchy.
On January 18th 2012 the CFR controlled Aspen Homeland Security Group issued a report titled “Homeland Security and Intelligence: Next Steps in Evolving the Mission” ) The report argues that Department of Homeland Security should shift its intelligence gathering efforts away from foreign enemies and focus on local threats by working with law enforcement agencies and the private sector to secure critical infrastructure, the U.S. borders, and cities from domestic threats. Click here to read the report.
The report calls for a Council on Foreign Relations DHS run Police State. The focus of the police state are U.S. citizens. On December 2nd 2012 CFR member U.S. Homeland Security Director Janet Napolitano said the risk of “lone wolf” attackers, with no ties to known extremist networks or grand conspiracies, is on the rise as the global terrorist threat has shifted. Council on Foreign Relations member Republican Senator John McCain proposed an amendment to a defense authorization bill that could allow American citizens who are suspected of terrorism to be denied a civilian trial. The recently passed National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) turned McCain’s proposal into law and allows American citizens to be detained indefinitely without trial. The NDAA destroys a citizen’s right to due process. Democratic Senator CFR member Diane Fienstein voted for the bill.
The Council on Foreign Relations is accelerating its pace for turning the USA into a totalitarian dictatorship run by a Council on Foreign Relations puppet President. The elections are a charade with one CFR puppet replaced by another CFR puppet. The unelected CFR members who really determine domestic and foreign policy remain from one administration to the next and are our rulers. The beauty of our Constitution is that it gives every citizen the basic due process right to a trial on their charges. If the people of the United States don’t wake up soon all their freedoms will be gone. It is time for Congress to remove all Council on Foreign Relations members from their unelected Government Positions and conduct an in depth investigation of the group and how they have usurped the power of the people. It is time for us to take back our government.
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