The vocabulary word of the day is regime. In news reports on war activities in the Middle East, the term regime change has been used giving the impression of toppling governments as they did with Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and for the last several years, the attempt to take out Assad from Syria.
A couple of days ago, I encountered a new term that puts a whole new light on the American government and the perpetual war that is being waged in our names. The term is regime theory. Given that there was a theory associated with the word regime, I thought I should look it up. It turns out that when the media is talking about regimes, they are talking about definition 2a:
One of the search results for the term regime theory was a powerpoint. The first slide defines regime theory:
Slide 21 gives an examples of regimes –
The name of the agreement for participation in the World Trade Organization was the Marrakesh Agreement. The legislation: H.R. 5110 passed by the House on November 29, 1994 and by the Senate on December 1, 1994. It signed by Clinton on December 8, 1994 becoming Public Law 103-465.
So, we now know that the WTO is a regime that is the regulatory body that governs international trade. By extension, the way the international economy has been structured with the United States being the buyer for goods produced in all the third world countries – including India and China, the WTO rules over our economy by extension of the rules that govern international trade. So when the Congress passed H.R. 5110, they were transferring sovereignty over our economy to an international body – an international regime, a regulatory authority called the WTO.
So now that we understand what a regime is, we can look at the Five Eyes Pact. An article on CNN’s website asks that very question in the following article:
What is the Five Eyes Intelligence Pact?
Britain briefly stopped sharing intelligence with the United States about the Manchester bombing after American officials leaked information — a remarkable development between two Five Eyes nations that have the deepest of intelligence relationships.
The US and the UK are two of the so-called Five Eyes — along with Canada, Australia and New Zealand — that share a broad range of intelligence in one of the world’s tightest multilateral arrangements…
The United States and Britain had a smooth intelligence relationship in World War II, and they formalized it after the war with the BRUSA (later called UKUSA) Agreement in 1946.
[Keeping in mind that the Soviet Union was an ally during World War II] “There was in the United States a creeping realization that maybe the Russians weren’t going to be their friends in the 1950s,” Gustafson said. As former UK dominions exercised greater sovereignty, Canada (1948) and Australia and New Zealand (1956) began representing themselves in the intelligence pact…
The United States also maintains intelligence-sharing relationships with allies like France, Germany and Japan. In the Middle East, the US formally and informally shares information with several countries in the fight against ISIS and other terror groups. They include Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Turkey, among others…
Helping to make it work: The five nations have similar security standards and classification systems.
Britain late Thursday resumed intelligence sharing in the Manchester investigation. “Fresh assurances” ensure that “we are now working closely with our key partners around the world, including all those in the Five Eyes intelligence alliance,” said Mark Rowley, assistant commissioner of the National Police Chiefs’ Council.
In that article, you can see the evolution of an agreement between two countries during war time to a global regime that not only includes many countries but has also reached down into those countries to include local law enforcement in the intelligence sharing regime. It should be noted that the national security state was created in 1947 with the National Security Act of 1947. That legislation created the regime of national security behind a curtain of secrecy in the U.S.
On September 9, 2014, the Guardian published an article titled, ‘Five Eyes’ surveillance pact should be published, Strasbourg court told
On February 6, 2015, the Guardian reported, UK-US surveillance regime was unlawful ‘for seven years’
There are other articles but the point is that the intelligence community right down to our local law enforcement were and are part of an international regime that governs their activities – NOT THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. That has to be true because it’s the only possible explanation for the behavior of the FBI and Department of Justice relative to the Congress and the people of the United States. Information collection where there is no crime and parallel construction using that information to bring down a political adversary would not be the activity of an American law enforcement agency. An American law enforcement agency would consider anybody who did those things as an enemy of the state.
Recall when Trump took office and appointed Jeff Sessions to be the Attorney General. Sessions immediately recused himself because he was allegedly under investigation for lying about exchanging a few pleasantries with a Russian Ambassador at a conference. That obviously was a ruse but the recusal allowed Rod Rosenstein to become the Acting Attorney General for the alleged Russian collusion investigation setting up a dual management system within the Department of Justice – one Acting Attorney General for an international investigation and one appointed Attorney General for everything else – domestic.
The Russian collusion story is garbage and by now only people with IQs under 100 don’t know it. So why is Robert Mueller still there? And what is he really doing? Is he actually leading an insurgency – the international security regime embedded within our government? That would make sense given that he became the Director of the FBI days before 9-11. And according to James Comey at an Intelligence Summit held in 2014, Mueller was the guy who worked with Maureen Baginski, Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) to set up the “intelligence network” to include the Department of Justice and all law enforcement right down to the local cop on the beat with the other leg of it being the Judges, courts, court personnel, etc. It was a complete capture of our system of justice all enabled by the events of 9-11 for which no investigation was done and nobody was prosecuted.
It seems to this writer that we need to start looking at the “government” through the lens of regime rather than making an assumption that the people who represent themselves to be government employees are really American government employees. In other words, are they American government employees or are they representatives of an international regime?
The question of who is really running our government considering the blatant and un-American activities that we see everyday is more important than merely a passing curiosity. The system as it appears operates like an invasion of the body snatchers – Americans being thrown out – replaced by internationalists who are destroying the country and waging war on American citizens from within the government itself.
The following is a link to a video of James Comey talking about the FBI as an intelligence agency. Listen carefully to what he says with consideration for the meaning of regime:
We (The People) LOVE technology, but can never agree on who the best person to run our country is. Same situation around the world where dictators don’t command and the people must decide. One of these years we (the people) will realize that humans are inferior and dangerous, and since we LOVE technology we won’t vote for humans anymore. People love being connected to the rest of the world thru their little camera spy-phones. Many are now helpless without them. Imagine a world where everything has a camera and microphone in them, including cars, planes, money, bills, checks, trains, bars, boarding passes, maps, TV, radio, phones, books, etc. It’s all there already, behind the cameras when you look into your spy-phones, or are just in your back yard, or are out in public and private places, and it’s all connected to AI (artificial intelligence). Drones flying over, and numerous satellites, are watching you thru your windows when they are at the correct angles. One of these years, we will vote out all our politicians, and replace them with the technology we love, known as AI (artificial intelligence) or AT (advanced technology). Then you can forget about sovereignty, privacy, or freedom to choose, because AI will automatically decide all that for you.
People think as themselves as children of god, but they are more like sheep & just follow their GMO-fed instincts, and therefore are really sheeple!
Oh wow… What an epiphany, Vicky. I could never figure out why Sessions recused himself, now it makes total sense. Rosenstein/Sessions: “international acting AG” & Sessions for domestic AG. Vicky weren’t you also aghast at that judge deciding that an attorney disclose his clients (on Sessions/et al)??
“As we and others reported Monday, Judge Kimba Wood ordered Trump attorney Michael Cohen to identify Fox News host Sean Hannity as a “client.”
” It turns out that Wood officiated the wedding between far-left billionaire George Soros and education consultant Tamiko Bolton back in 2013. There’s more. Wood was hand-picked by Hillary Clinton to be considered as Attorney General by her husband in 1993.” < Conservative Firing Line, By Joe Newby –
April 17, 2018
I assumed this was un-Constitutional to force an attorney to disclose their clients, but upon some internet research I find a case already similar: http://scholarlycommons.law.hofstra.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1815&context=hlr in Genson v. United States.the same disclosure of attorney's clients was made, and it was found not to be un-Constitutional under several reasons listed in the case if anyone wants to read it (I did) but I still found that judge Kimba Wood fishy
Vicky your assessment gives us all (human beings that is) an "Ah Ha! Now it all makes sense!" moment. The Five Eyes I knew about just from reading basic headlines now & then & being a bit of a spy buff, but I never could figure Comey out. It's obvious he's one of those globalist change-agent types but this whole thing was a mess to my brain and I couldn't find a common thread.
P.S.- I wouldn't use the 100 IQ as a standard quotient anymore – the standard is becoming lower and lower each day. I heard someone use this the other day: "adulting".
“Adulting” – that’s a tough one. Is that acting as an adult in the context of an accusation of it being aberrant behavior? Do I “adult” every day? Very curious.
Attorney-Client privilege is a precedent but not an absolute. I remember one case of an attorney working for an accused terrorist – the blind sheikh – who was taking messages from the sheikh and passing them on to his network outside the jail. The attorney lost her license and may have been charged with a crime – I don’t remember. What I do remember is that the case became a precedent for ending privacy between an attorney visit with a prisoner in jail. They are still supposed to have the attorney-client privilege but it’s not guaranteed when there is suspicion of the attorney being a co-conspirator in something.
Did you watch that video of Comey speaking at that intelligence conference? He almost seemed starry-eyed to me – kind of like a mind control victim. That’s not trying to give him any excuses. Rather, it was just an observation that he seemed to be speaking from another hemisphere. I don’t know if that makes any sense but it just didn’t seem to me that he was in touch with being an American official on American soil operating under American law.
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