– President Obama’s Executive Order to Control the Internet (Activist Post, July 12, 2013):
Have you heard about the Presidential Executive Order (PEO) that will shut down all communications, including the Internet? What could not be done by valid legislation passed by Congress, in effect has been done by executive privilege fiat. However, nowhere does the U.S. Constitution give one-man rule powers to any president. But, what is the U.S. Constitution anymore? Isn’t it an old junk piece of paper that’s to be treated as if it were some ‘pie-in-the-sky’ dream from centuries back? Haven’t you heard talk about revamping it; bringing it up to date; or even scuttling it? My, what will they think of next?
Coming up to speed on the current PEO obsession, Barack Hussein Obama has issued over 150 PEOs from January 22, 2009 until June 3, 2013. It looks like Number 44 is getting his way. We might as well do away with Congress and the Supreme Court. We could save a bundle on high priced salaries, wouldn’t you say? You can read Mr. Obama’s PEOs here https://www.hsdl.org/?collection/stratpol&id=eo .
Isn’t it interesting that the very first PEO, No. 13492, Mr. Obama executed was on the day after he was inaugurated? That ought to make one wonder, “What were we thinking when we elected a person who does not want any of his personal information divulged?” So much for the transparency plank of his presidential candidacy platform; it was nothing more than wet sawdust!
We have to question if his very first PEO precludes Mr. Obama’s phones, computers, and other personal information from the same surveillance every U.S. citizen is subjected to? Good question?
Something most citizens probably do not know is that PEOs become hard fast law once published in the Federal Register. Here’s an example of a published PEO https://www.hsdl.org/?view&did=689795.
No one—not the electorate, i.e., voters, Congress, or even the U.S. Supreme Court—can challenge, ignore, or negate them. So theoretically, can any president declare him- or herself a little tin hat dictator, if he or she wants to? You betcha! That fact alone should be the most sobering factor to consider whenever pushing a voting machine lever. But, then civics lessons no longer are taught in grade school or even at high school level; what a shame! Can that omission be considered a dumbing down technique, similar to fluoride in our drinking water?
So why did Mr. Obama issue that PEO? His reasoning may have been that the government may need access to all our telephones, computers, cable communications, etc. in the name of national security. W-h-a-t? That sounds like verifiable police state activity, wouldn’t you say?
What that PEO really does is to empower the Department of Homeland Security to have “the authority to seize private facilities when necessary, effectively shutting down or limiting civilian communications.” 
Officially, that PEO is labeled “Assignment of National Security and Emergency Preparedness Communications Functions” executed Friday, July 6, 2012—a day we all may live to regret in addition to Election Day 2008.
Personally, this writer has another take on that PEO and it goes something like this: In effect, it’s a perfect way to close down the alternate press that has become a thorn in the side of oppressive governments everywhere, just not in the USA. Once they can disable communications exposing their nasty little lies, secrets, and other crap that is carried on in the name of their idea of ‘democracy’, then they have total control. Total control: that’s what Hitler (Germany), Stalin (Russia), Pol Pot (Cambodia), Mao Zedong (China), Castro (Cuba) and those of that ilk also seized. If you don’t know about those power grabbers, maybe you should check out some history books. How can that same police state activity be happening here in the United States of America? Was what happened during the Boston Marathon a preview? When do totalitarian hardships and genocide kick in, is the next question we ought to be pondering?
RT news website blares, “Obama gives himself control of all communication systems in America.”
All the above said, this writer has to wonder who really is pulling the strings on the puppets and marionettes who are regarded as world leaders. According to Winston Lord, a former Council on Foreign Relations president, “The Trilateral Commission doesn’t run the world, the Council on Foreign Relations does that!”
So what do some of the CFR members have to say about us, the two-legged creatures of the world? None other than Henry Kissinger, says this:
Military men are just dumb stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy.
The elderly are useless eaters.
But the one quote that really gets this writer’s attention is what Zbigniew Brzezinski said:
These new and old major powers face still yet another novel reality – in some respects, unprecedented. And it is that while the lethality, the lethality, of their power is greater than ever, their capacity to impose control over the politically awakened masses of the world is at a historic low. To put it rather bluntly, and I was flattered that the British foreign secretary repeated this, as follows: namely, in earlier times, it was easier to control a million people than physically to kill one million people; today, it is infinitely easier to kill a million people than to control a million people.
When will the masses finally wake up?