Granny Rant
Wednesday, January 14, 2004
::::::::: Houston, We Have A Problem :::::::::
::: Alert! Alert! Moron In the White House :::

Everyone knows I am a Space Cadet. right? But, Jumpin
Gee-Hoss-A-Fat, ( try to spell check that one or just check with
buddy don ) forget me for now. Riddle me this ~~ how many
Tinfoil Hats will it take, lined up row after row, to get something
besides the "thousand-yard stare" from the American public?

THEY are proceeding with their agenda right out in the
open, right before our eyes, as bold as naked.

Ok, so I am a crazy nutbag conspiracy theorist who believes this is
the next step for the PNAC (next step is backward toward 1984).

Some of their agenda is here:

"International Commons Of Space and U. S. Space Forces

The PNAC report says the United States must control the "international commons" of space and "pave the way for the creation of a new military service -- U.S. Space Forces -- with the mission of space control. In other words, the international commons of space won't be an international zone based upon treaties between nations. And Bush has made the militarization of space a national priority with the so-called Star Wars Missile Defense System. Space will belong to the United States. And any nation that threatens U.S. control of space beware.

The report calls for the United States to control cyberspace, too. A Dec. 20 New York Times story states: "The Bush administration is planning to propose requiring Internet service providers to help build a centralized system to enable broad monitoring of the Internet and, potentially, surveillance of its users." The proposal is part of a report entitled, "The National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace."

In Out Of Their Own Mouths

Space control is also necessary in the eyes of the imperial war hawks. As long ago as 1976, the Joint Strategy Review by the National Defense Panel said, "Unrestricted use of space has become a major strategic interest of the United States." (as quoted in Rebuilding America's Defenses)

"But, over the longer term, maintaining control of space will inevitably require the application of force both in space and from space, including but not limited to anti-missile defenses and defensive systems capable of protecting US and allied satellites; space control cannot be sustained in any other fashion, with conventional land, sea or airforce, or by electronic warfare." (Emphasis added) (PNAC)

Nuclear weapons "Shutting the country down would entail both the physical destruction of appropriate infrastructure and the shutdown and control of the flow of all vital information and associated commerce so rapidly as to achieve a level of national shock akin to the effect that dropping nuclear weapons on Hiroshima and Nagasaki had on the Japanese. Simultaneously, Iraq's armed forces would be paralysed with the neutralization or destruction of its capabilities. Deception, disinformation, and misinformation would be applied massively." (JINSA)

This does not rule out the use, development or testing of nuclear weapons. Rebuilding America's Defences (PNAC) is quite categoric on this question. The maintenance of a moratorium on nuclear tests is "an untenable situation" it says.

"...there may be a need to develop a new family of nuclear weapons designed to address new sets of military requirements, such as would be required in targeting the very deep underground, hardened bunkers that are being built by many of our potential adversaries

There is much more reported on the White House Site: (Boldly We Go)

Secure Cyberspace

View the Plans if you so desire:
Report: September 2000,Rebuilding America's Defenses

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