Herr Commandant Pedro Javier Espenada, of the Pentagon's Counterintelligence Field Activity agency, or CIFA, said it has become necessary to monitor the financial records of any Americans who might be suspected of supporting terrorism. He pointed to a little-know law, which over-rides the Constitution, and gives the president absolute power, to do anything he pleases, in the event of a national emergency, such as the recent take-over of both Houses of Congress, by pro-Al-Queda sympathizers.
Dick Cheney made comments at a press conference, Tuesday, that questioned the value of the Consitution and Bill of Rights, and were disparaging of early American Revolutionaries. "We now have strong evidence that Benjamin Franklin spent many years in France, which is a hotbed of socialism and a Haven for Al-Queda." Cheney said.
He said Thomas Jefferson had strong anti-Christian leanings, and George Bush has decided that his writings are no longer appropriate for the American public to be reading. He said the statue of Patrick Henry, which now stands in front of the CIA headquarters in Virginia, will be taken down because of its dangerous slogan at the base, which says "Give Me Liberty, or Give me Death".
"This will only fuel the fanaticism of Muslim extremists, who are already blowing themselves up in large numbers." Cheney said. "In this age of terrorism, we shouldn't be teaching school children things like this." He said the CIA is being permanently shut down, and all of its functions transferred to another agency, which he cannot name, due to national security reasons.
Harvard professor of political science, Barney Hampton, remarked, "we are begining to see the the migration of the headquarters of the New World Order, with all of its weapons of mass destruction, away from the United States. The United States is bankrupt...$8 trillion in debt...and can no longer support the unlimited spending needed to sustain the Global War Machine. So, they are taking their technology and going somewhere else. It has been widely reported, on the internet, that George Bush recently bought 99,000 acres of land in Paraguay, in a region that is traditionally safe for War Criminals. They can now monitor all of the digital telephone and internet conversations anywhere in the world, and electronically pin-point anyone with a cell-phone. But who 'They' are, and Where they are, nobody knows," Hampton said.
Editors note: Evan Essence received his Masters Degree in Journalism (2003), and his PhD in Political Science (2004) from House-of-Spam Internet Marketing