Whose National Security?
National security is non-existent in a nation without a border. The admittance of anyone, without substantive qualifications to enter is, in effect, an unregulated border and therefore non-existent. To hear DHS, FBI, CIA, NSA and DOD complain then about the need to protect and defend national security is a farce. While it is important to enforce laws against all manner of possible threats to the homeland, it does not comport then, to allowing the invasion of nearly a million military-age men from hostile nations such as Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, China, Russia and numerous hostile African nations. The illogical pretense of securing the nation by attacking, jailing and surveilling American citizens who hold jobs and pay taxes for the crime of being patriotic to the Constitutional principles that are being violated by open borders, systematic sexual abuse of school children and censoring speech in opposition to those violations cannot be allowed to go unnoticed.
As Ben Bergquam has often pointed out on Real America’s Voice (RAV) that the Department of Homeland Security along with several charitable NGOs like Catholic Charities and Red Cross are engaged in human trafficking on the border. Children who were brought over under Trump had to undergo a DNA test to ensure that those bringing them over were their biological relatives, but Biden stopped that practice. Why? It takes only a minute to do these tests. Even if saving time were the purpose, why do we need to save time unless it’s to process more? We don’t need to process more, we need to be meticulous in examining those who wish to enter, processing less and therefore there is no reason, except to make child trafficking that much easier to accomplish.
Somewhere around 200,000 Chinese nationals have come through the border. There are no Chinese nationals who come to America unless they are associated with or employed by the CCP or the PLA. That’s a pretty safe bet, if you know how the CCP works.
If you tune into Monkeywerx on occasion, you’ll be informed of how many surveys are taking place in the U.S. It’s constant. Sometimes they’re sniffing for biological or radioactive sources. Sometimes they’re just mapping the area. Why? There’s no need for that level of detail, except to surveil the people or identify targets. Could it be that the millions of containers that are being offloaded at ports around the nation and shipped across the country might be suspected of holding some sort of weapons systems or biological or nuclear materials to be unleashed on command by these troops that have entered the unsecure border?
It doesn’t matter if it’s true, the fact that the federal government is making it exceedingly likely is the violation of national security. Any government that is less interested in where foreign nationals are and what they’re doing than the average, church-going, tax-paying citizen is playing for the other team, the enemy team. They are doing everything they can to criminalize patriotism. That is not an act of a government concerned with national security, it’s a government actively engaged in destroying national security.
When one takes the totality of goings-on in government today, I don’t know how to interpret it any other way than the government intends to attack patriotic American citizens at some point in the future. Perhaps, like January 6th, they intend to pull off a large-scale false flag in order to impose martial law and set about the elimination of the patriotic to install a different governmental system. This is a time, when threats are not only pervasive and some terrorist attacks have been carried out against the nation, that the government typically is determined to increase patriotism through propaganda in order to secure a sufficient available fighting force. This government is not at all interested in doing that, but exactly the opposite. They spend their time trying to prevent any displays of patriotism whatsoever. Anything that smacks of fighting tyranny and preserving freedom are assaulted and criminalized.
There were very few American flags on the route when Xi Jinping took his victory pass through San Francisco a few days ago. Knowing that there is a large Chinese-American population, one might have suspected there would be a number of Chinese flags, but not to ensure that there would be an equal or greater number of American flags is the act of a government that places no real emphasis on national pride. That’s one tell and abandoning our traditional protection of Taiwan is another. One has to understand the importance of computer chip manufacturing in Taiwan to know that in absence of their supply to the U.S., none of the cars, trucks, ships, military aircraft or even the average tank will run. An EMP would do the same thing and since the grid is vulnerable to not only an EMP, but a sophisticated cyberattack, those should be much higher on the threat list for the alphabet agencies, but they’re not interested in hardening the grid or dumping the wasteful and useless wind and solar that will never pan out. Right now, if they were interested in national security they would be putting a lot of effort into becoming energy self-sufficient again, but that’s the last thing on their agenda.
How is the national security enhanced by becoming more and more reliant on our primary enemy, the one who has been engaged in unrestricted warfare on the U.S. for nearly a decade? This is the same nation that Monkeywerx demonstrates launches the greatest amount of cyberattacks on the United States on a daily basis. Did I mention the grid is extremely susceptible to cyberattacks? Everything that makes the U.S. weak, makes, in effect, its enemies stronger thus bolstering their national security while diminishing ours.
When they say “national security” they need to be a bit more specific on which nation they have in mind, ours or theirs? If actions speak louder than words, their answer is resoundingly: THEIRS.
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