To see the important part of this message go to either of the next two URLs below. You must SCROLL DOWN to see the videos. These are what the FBI is using to "train" local law enforcement to participate in their scheme to create a Gestapo type secret police. These videos are incredibly important, but they are not appropriately featured on this page.
This tactic is called "Pressure from above and below"
In every call for more power for
government there should be a reminder that nothing in the
measure will abrogate the constitutional rights of American citizens.
We must not destroy freedom in the name of defending freedom.
Government officials making searches without warrants, demanding identification without probable cause, to believe that a crime has been committed IS a terrorist attack on our own soil.
"And Not a Shot is Fired" by Jan Kozak,
This is the manual for taking power through crisis.
(It is ALSO the manual for STOPPING the taking of power through crisis... if patriots read it too)
These techniques have also been revealed by "defectors" such as Eric Blair, who wrote "1984", under the pen name of George Orwell.
Nineteen Eighty Four (1984) by Orwell
The book called "Tragedy and Hope" was written by Dr. Carroll Quigley. Carroll Quigley claimed that he was not a "defector" but that he wrote ""Tragedy and Hope"" to PROMOTE what he called the "network". Dr. Quigley is an authority on the world's secret power structure because HE IS ONE OF THE INSIDERS. He boasts that he has been a part of this network for most of his life. He writes approvingly of their power, and influence. To assure his readers of his own qualifications for the writing of this book, Dr. Quigley states:
"I know of the operations of this network because I have studied it for twenty years and was permitted for two years, in the early 1960's, to examine its papers and secret records. I have no aversion to it or to most of its aims and have, for much of my life, been close to it and to many of its instruments. I have objected, both in the past and recently, to a few of its policies. . . but in general my chief difference of opinion is that it wishes to remain unknown, and I believe its role in history is significant enough to be known."
Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time
Liberal university college professor Carroll Quigley praises the efforts of "an international Anglophile network" whose goal is to rule the world. He boasts of having been permitted “to examine its papers and secret records,” and confirms the existence of an over-arching conspiracy, and details the origin and eventual power of the CFR and allied groups. (1997 ed, 1348pp, hb)
How to become a dictator
The creation of "emergencies" is a part of the totalitarian agenda. The creation of "emergencies" gives the government an excuse to "crack down". Then the creation of tyranny becomes justifiable and inevitable.
When "emergencies" erupt the population accepts totalitarian measures as "the
only alternative to the chaos". The action is in the REACTION.
This tactic is called "pressure from above and pressure from below".
The Communist book, called "And Not a Shot is Fired" by Jan Kozak , explains this entire strategy. Jan Kozak, who was then a member of the Czechoslovak Communist Party Central Committee, explains how a free government was actually transformed into a totalitarian dictatorship - legally. "And Not a Shot Is Fired" originated as an internal Czechoslovak Communist Party strategy paper.
"And Not a Shot is Fired" is a "'how-to' manual for takeover of a free and elected system of government, through legal means. Kozak's discussion is not theory about what "might" be possible to accomplish the seizure of power. It is a history of a technique that was actually proven, by its implementation.
And Not a Shot Is Fired by Kozak -
Jan Kozak explains:
Pressure from above is what Jan Kozak called "revolutionary parliamentarianism". "Revolutionary parliamentarianism" means working INSIDE of the system to change laws in such a way as to increase the power of government.
Pressure from belowconsists of the creation of the "emergencies"; which are then used as the excuses to increase the power of government. Karl Marx referred to pressure from below as "the proletarian struggle". Pressure from below might involve violence, or it might simply be the creation of the appearance of popular support for the increase in the power of government.
Our government leaves our border WIDE OPEN to illegal aliens, but then claims to "protect" us, by creating totalitarian measures against law abiding American citizens.