Subj: jackboots
Date: 10/8/01 5:28:39 PM Pacific Daylight Time

jackboots and swagger sticks...

coming soon for your security...

this new agency will operate "with extralegal authority."  they will
then be able to act under suspension of habeus corpus and under
suspension of the right against self- incrimination, the fifth amendment
privilege, and also the fourth amendment privilege.

that power is in their charter -- they can act in an extra-legal
authority, in certain cases, where the security of the "homeland" is

just the word 'homeland' reeks of fascism and naziism...

are you prepared for these fellas???



by Al Martin

Before his speech, on September 20, 2001, George Bush Jr. kissed Supreme
Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. Everyone knows he should have kissed
her because she was the deciding vote in the Florida ballot issue, which

formally brought Bush Jr. into the White House. Later during the speech,
Bush announced the creation of a Cabinet level position called "Office
of Homeland Security."

The Office of Homeland Security will initially be run by former
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge. It should be noted that Ridge himself
got in trouble a few years ago for praising the efficiency of the Third
Reich's civilian administration. Ridge also spoke highly of Mussolini's
ability to keep the Italian trains running on time. Now Ridge will be
the guy running the Office of Homeland Security.

Although it hasn't been made public yet, there is a proposal being
prepared. The Bush administration however is playing it smart. They're
being cautious by whipping up public support first. Later they will
announce some of the
more sinister activities of this agency.

According to an inside source, the "Office of Homeland Security" will
operate three divisions. One will be a plain-clothes division similar to
the FBI, which will be called the State Security Division (SSD).
Ironically SSD is the same acronym as the former East German Secret

The second division of the Office of Homeland Security will be a smaller
uniformed division, which currently remains nameless. It will act as a
defacto State Political Police.

By the way, Ridge wants the uniforms of this State Political Police
division to be modeled on existing state trooper uniforms - except done
in black.

If you've ever seen New Jersey or Pennsylvania State Police uniforms,
they have dark blue pants and lighter blue uniform on top. They also
have those old-fashioned pants that bag out like the old German or
Gestapo pants.
They'll have jet-black jackboots, and black uniforms with lots of gold
insignias indicating the Power of the State. Of course, "State" here is
used in the context of the American Nation State.

The third division of the Office of Homeland Security will be called the
Office of the United States Air Marshals (Air Marshal Services.) They
will have to federalize the new air marshal service because security on
aircraft is currently being provided by state police. The problem, of
course, is that there will be jurisdictional issues.

The actual name of this agency, Office of Homeland Security, is very
reminiscent of 20th century era German/Fascist and Russian/Communist
secret police agencies. In America, "Homeland" is a neuter word. In
German, however, the word is translated as "Vaterland" (Fatherland),
while in Russian, the word is "Rodina" (Motherland). In both cases,
these words can be translated into the English neuter word --

There is no precedent for the use of this word "homeland" in the United
States Government.

This new agency will also operate "with extralegal authority." They will
then be able to act under suspension of habeus corpus and under
suspension of the right against self- incrimination, the Fifth Amendment
privilege, and
also the Fourth Amendment privilege.

That power will be in their charter -- they can act in an extra-legal
authority, in certain cases, where the security of the "homeland" is

The Bush Administration is essentially laying the foundation for a whole
new classification of law. That's why, in his speech, Bush purposely
never used the words "national security." He did this deliberately so as
not to confuse the two.

With this new agency, the seeds are being sown for a new classification
of law that will most likely be called "Homeland Security Law." Nobody
knows what it will be called yet. But this is obviously what they're
Anyone, who knows the Bushes for what they are, can see that this will
be the groundwork for a new, more powerful, more sinister agency,
wherein all sorts of covert activity, illegal and not, will be extant.

In order to take the concept of "illegal" covert activity away, they are
laying the foundation for a whole new separate body of law that will be
parallel to, but above, the National Security Acts.

The Office of Homeland Security will be a separate agency, not under any
other agency, not even under the Department of Justice. It will be the
most senior agency in the Cabinet. It will probably fall somewhere
between the
Department of State and the Department of Defense, or somewhere between
Treasury and Defense. In terms of authority, it will be called a "Super
Agency," which implies it will not be under anyone. It will act as a
coordinating agency, but will be above the FBI, CIA, NSA, and DIA. This
will, of course, create a whole new set of turf war battles. But no
agency head - in this post-WTC environment - will dare say anything
against it because they'd lose their job.

Ridge will most likely be a political figurehead. He was probably given
this job as political payback for Bush. It hasn't been decided yet, but
one of the names that has been mentioned (and I certainly hope it
doesn't happen) is Barry McCaffrey. If they put that clown in charge,
watch out! Meanwhile back in the Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, there
was a large party of old generals visiting from the Department of
Defense and everybody was laughing. They're all interested in seeing
what corporations will be getting the new contracts.

With that in mind, the Al Martin Raw website will remain vigilant to see
who gets all the new contracts to create this new agency. These will be
contracts not only for a whole new office building, but the furniture as
well as contracts for electronic components, surveillance equipment,
weapons, etc. Let's see which corporations get these contracts, how many
shares the Bush family trust has in these corporations, and how much
money the so-called "winning" bidders contribute to right-wing think
tanks and institutes.

The Office of Homeland Security will have its own helicopters. Even the
FBI doesn't have its own helicopters, but has to borrow them from the
GSA pool. The Department of Justice doesn't have any of its own
helicopters either.

The new Office of Homeland Security helicopters will be painted a matte
black and have digitized red lettering that says State Security, dark
tinted windows, and numerous aerials and dishes with a big searchlight
on the front. Bell Helicopters is supposed to get the new contract to
produce this new super-surveillance helicopter. Supposedly they'll have
the most sophisticated surveillance electronics ever made. This
equipment will include gear that people don't even know has been
invented yet.

It can't happen here?