Bush Praetorian Guard for Mexico`s Consulates?
It`s hard to top
VDARE.COM`s syndicated columnist
Paul Craig Roberts in the doom-and-gloom department
. . . especially the cold slap-in-the-face of reality
delivered in his January 23 column
Unfathomed Dangers in Patriot Act Reauthorization,
in which he broke the story about "a provision in the
"Patriot Act" [that] creates a new federal police
force with power to violate the Bill of Rights."
But, amazingly enough, there`s even
more to the
Department of Homeland Security`s new uniformed
Secret Service police…which is indeed proposed in
3056A) of the
Patriot Act [PDF]
Brace yourself. This DHS/USSS
Praetorian Guard also doubles as…a security force
for foreign consulates on American soil.
Consider this scenario:
Reacting to manufactured intelligence
racism, jingoism, nationalism, and/or the dreaded
scourge of "xenophobia,"
the President of the United States assigns the new
uniformed Secret Service police to guard all Mexican
nationwide indefinitely. The new federal police also
provides protection for the infamous
"mobile consulates," a favorite of the
Treason Lobby`s banking wing, which hand out the
Matricula Consular card to illegal aliens from sea to
Interestingly enough, both the
fixed consulates seize the opportunity to transform
their Matricula Consular operations overnight into
"help centers" to facilitate nationwide
"registration" of their countrymen for the future
"guest worker" amnesty
. . . all under the ever-vigilant protection
of the uniformed Secret Service guards . . . just to
make sure everything goes smoothly.
That couldn`t ever happen in
America, you say? Think again. The authorization is
right in the new Patriot Act! According to Section 605 –
3056A ("Powers, authorities, and duties of United
States Secret Service Uniformed Division"):
". . .
United States Secret Service Uniformed Division shall
perform such duties as the Director, United States
Secret Service, may prescribe in connection with the
protection of the following:
located in metropolitan areas (other than the
District of Columbia) in the United States where
there are located twenty or more such missions
headed by full-time officers, except that such
protection shall be provided only. . .
consular and diplomatic missions
located in such areas in the United States, its
territories and possessions, as the
President, on a case-by-case basis, may direct."
all there in black and white.
for God`s sake, why
is it there?
Generally, I agree with Paul Craig
Roberts that provisions like these are mysteriously
popping up in legislation now in order to help quell
But this goes further. The ultimate
motive here is protecting the global elitist goal of
assuring a total and complete
integration of the United States into a
North American Community through trade agreements
and the gradual erosion of American sovereignty.
the threat of warrantless arrest powers for the new
federal police, the DHS/USSS consular guards could
quickly be brought in to squash dissent from any pesky
but peaceful patriotic protesters who just might happen
to show up outside the offices of foreign consulates in
such open-ended authority, the possibilities are
As Roberts wrote:
every law in the US, this law also will be expansively
interpreted and abused. It has dire implications for
freedom of association and First Amendment rights. We
can take for granted that the new federal police will be
used to suppress dissent and to break up opposition. The
Brownshirts are now arming themselves with a Gestapo."
So the enforcers of the
New World Order in North America may not be wearing
powder blue United Nations helmets after all.
These facilitators of
"tolerance" for foreign meddling, Open Borders and
illegal alien amnesty just might be sporting new
Secret Service uniforms, serving under the direction
of the President of the United States and the
Homeland Security Secretary.
So, for all of the peaceful
Minuteman Project volunteers out there across this
great land, enjoy your First Amendment freedom to
assemble peaceably while you still can.
Incredibly, the threat of
warrantless arrest for political speech is now real here
in the U.S. today.