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By Paul Proctor

June 15, 2002

"With these sweeping changes, I think America is a lot safer today than we were yesterday," - former FBI agent Gary Aldrich.

Muller's FBI Shakeup Will Make America Safer 

Excuse me Mr. Aldrich but the answer to politically correct roadblocks and bureaucracies is not tearing up the Constitution. Once the Constitution is gone nobody is safe...except, of course, those in charge. 

You see my friends, this is a perfect example of how the perceived "right" and "left" in Washington D.C. work together as choreographed opponents to transform America into a socialist republic for the New World Order. Those who finance both parties in order to control them created a virtual tsunami of political correctness and corruption with 8 years of Clinton for the sole purpose of responding to the eventual outrage with a candidate from the "right" who would come to the nation's rescue with Gestapo-style solutions. (Patriot Act, Homeland Defense, Emergency Health powers Act, Faith-Based Initiative, Education Reform, etc.) That's just how the NWO works. And it only works for them as long as that delicate balance of power between the imaginary right and left is maintained. Senator Jim Jefford's impromptu jump to the left last year was, in all probability, another political adjustment being made by the NWO to protect that crucial balance and sustain both party's vulnerability and maneuverability so that neither would get "out of hand" like the Republicans almost did under Newt Gingrich's "revolution".

Aldrich, in my estimation, is simply the latest mouthpiece being used to bring conservatives on board the club car of the Socialist Express. And there are plenty of republicans out there who will fall for this propaganda for no other reason than Aldrich's well-advertised disdain for Bill Clinton. In other words...If you hate liberalism like Mr. Aldrich does you'll support the Nazi-like tactics being implemented to stop all this terrorism that Clinton created. That's just how deceitful and manipulative the dialectic way of thinking is. I even heard an opening statement from a momentarily confused and tongue-twisted Rush Limbaugh on his Thursday show trying to decide whether this overhaul of the FBI was good or bad. I didn't have the time or the interest to stay tuned long enough to hear what he finally decided though I suspect it was probably pro Aldrich.

So, now the re-invented FBI gets more money, more agents and more power...the federal government's solution to everything. And guess who's going to pay dearly for it...the Taliban?...Saddam Hussein?...Al-Qaeda? and me. And I'm not referring to more tax dollars. I'm talking about paying for it with our 1st, 2nd and 4th amendment rights.

Don't get me wrong. I'm ALL FOR a new that is both honest and powerful. But honest men are not in charge here. The unconstitutional legislation that has resulted should make that clear to anyone willing to put aside their party's best interest long enough to see their country's. The "war on terrorism" shouldn't require the formation of a surveillance society that turns honest citizens into "potential criminals" and reduces their rights and privileges to those of halfway-house prisoners, even under a "Christian conservative" president. Tyranny and totalitarianism are simply not viable solutions to terrorism no matter how many planes and skyscrapers are brought down. Peace and safety come from God, not from men who want to be.

"Thus saith the LORD; Cursed be the man that trusteth in man, and maketh flesh his arm, and whose heart departeth from the LORD." (Jeremiah 17:5)

Paul Proctor - All Rights Reserved

Paul Proctor, a rural resident of the Volunteer state and seasoned veteran of the country music industry, retired from showbiz in the late 1990's to dedicate himself to addressing important social issues from a distinctly biblical perspective. As a freelance writer and regular columnist for Ether Zone [] he extols the wisdom and truths of scripture through commentary and insight on current events.

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