As I was recently reading through the journals written by Sister Bohdana, who in 1943 was executed by Nazi Forces for the “crime” of helping the German people, I was struck by the many similarities that are now occurring in the United States, specifically how the majority of its citizens remain compliant to the ever growing police state arising around them.
Sister Bohdana had been sent to Germany in 1938 by the Sorcha Faal to, among her other duties; begin educating those opposed to Nazi rule on how to protectthemselves against the tyranny they were facing. What she believed would be a project enthusiastically embraced by the German people became the exact opposite however because, as she wrote at the time, “They have little to no conception that their greatest enemy is themselves.”
What the Sister was referring to in her writings was how insidiously the Nazi regime had used the pretext of “terror” to turn the vast majority of Germany’s citizens into government informants, a practice that didn’t end when World War II was over, but was continued in Communist East Germany with the Ministry for State Security (Stasi) creating one of the most extensive police infiltrations of a society in history where one of every 63 East Germans collaborated as spies against their fellow citizens.
What the Nazis and Stasi had done to the Germany people though pales to virtual insignificance when compared to what the United States has done to its citizens since 2001 as nearly every single American has become, in essence, a government spy who is in all actuality spying on themselves…and they don’t even know it!
Here is how they did it, and why.
After the horrific attacks of 9/11 the US was quick to respond with a massive new law called the Patriot Act (which no one has yet to explain how it was ready for Congress to vote on mere hours after the attack) which, among other things, changed the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986 (ECPA) allowing any US governmental agency to demand telephone and Internet service providers hand over consumer data that has been stored on servers.
Since 2001, the US has also subsidized its wireless telephone and Internet industry with billions of dollars of taxpayer money (Nearly $3 billion in the past year alone) thus creating what has become the largest electronic “net” for gathering and storing information the world has ever known.
To manage and oversee this massive electronic fishing net the US has created what are called Fusion Centers, of which the American Civil Liberties Union warned now “threatens Americans’ privacy at an unprecedented level”.
Early last year one these Fusion Centers issued a report titled “The Modern Militia Movement” that, in part, stated “If you’re an anti-abortion activist, or if you display political paraphernalia supporting a third-party candidate or a certain Republican member of Congress, if you possess subversive literature, you very well might be a member of a domestic paramilitary group.”
The US Department Homeland Security in an August 5, 2009 letter to Americans For Limited Government (ALG) acknowledged using Sorcha Faal reports as one of their “sources” for compiling one of these Fusion Center reports, but their greatest source of information is the American people themselves who live their lives tethered to this massive electronic fishing net by what are called Radio-Frequency Identification Chips, otherwise known as RFID’s.