Saturday, June 30, 2012

Was the Waldo Canyon fire a bicentennial observance of war of 1812?

However, in 1968, NAWAPA, and anything categorically like it, were blocked from consideration by law, as a result of subversion operations deployed by modern-day British Empire enemies of the United States. Several actions and individuals stand out:
• Henry “Scoop” Jackson (D-Wash.) played the leading anti-NAWAPA role in the Senate. This is in line with his whole career as a Truman Democrat, of furthering British foreign and domestic policies, from the Cold War, to anti-infrastructure legislation. (He served in the Senate, 1953-83; and the House of Representatives, 1941-52.)  
As chairman of the Senate Interior and Insular Affairs Committee (1965-68), Jackson repulsed all attempts, arising from the dry Southwestern states, to initiate even merely exploratory studies of new interstate water transfers. He was adamant against international, interbasin transfers. Jackson, and cohorts in his home state of Washington, made the charge that the “South” must not be allowed to steal Columbia Basin water for California or any of the Colorado Basin states.  
from NAWAPA’s History and Scope

The manifesto of the Henry Jackson Society is called “The British Moment.” Its statement of principles is a frank declaration of war on the sovereign nation-state, especially on the United States, as a sovereign republic dedicated to the promotion of the general welfare and a community of sovereign nations.  
from Henry Jackson: 'Scooping' Up After the British Empire

Mammon's agent Jackson, if he were still around, would probably be proud to see the fruits of his efforts to ban NAWAPA. This is a war on the American homeland, and another British agent, President X, couldn't even be bothered to talk to the Colorado governor for two weeks as his state burned. It wouldn't surprise me in the least to know that this incredibly duplicitous monster deliberately allowed the fires to spread as a symbol of his mission, or arranged to have the worst fire in Colorado history started just in time to distract us from a critical point in the investigation into Fast and Furious.