Thursday, June 12, 2008

What Kind of Police State Are We Running Here?

Now personally, I disagree with today's decision, I agreed more with Justice Robert's and Scalia's scathing dissent, and I am not sure yet how exactly this will affect the upcoming trials of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and his 4 cohorts, but as far as conspiracy theorists go, there is another interesting aspect to this. We are told, that 9/11 is part of some long begun plot, to scare the country, put the neocons into power, and enact a police state dictatorship. But look at the reality, President Bush is extremely unpopular, leaving office in just over 7 months, both houses of Congress and the presidency are likely to be going to the opposition party, which has hampered just about every piece of legislation he has proposed as of late, and in this case, he can't even get a congressionally approved plan to handle enemy combatants past the Supremes.

And what does the NWO do in response to these repeated defeats? Well, nothing.

ROME (AP) - President Bush on Thursday strongly disagreed with a Supreme Court ruling that clears foreign terrorism suspects at Guantanamo Bay to challenge their detention in U.S. civilian courts. Bush suggested new legislation may now be needed to keep the American people safe.

"We'll abide by the court's decision," Bush said during a news conference in Rome. "That doesn't mean I have to agree with it." The court's decision was sure to be popular in Europe, where many leaders have called for the closing of of Guantanamo.

In its third rebuke of the Bush administration's treatment of prisoners, the court ruled 5-4 that the government is violating the rights of prisoners being held indefinitely and without charges at the U.S. naval base in Cuba. The court's liberal justices were in the majority.

I want my Illuminati dues back if they don't start doing better than this.