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Technologies of the New World Order

a DOGSPOT investigative series: part one

I have personally witnessed the human effects of the technologies to be explained and exposed in this DOGSPOT exclusive series. If ignorance is death, then knowledge is essential to our life and liberty.

Technologies now routinely used by federal agents are so far outside of our normal expectations that witnesses report their encounters as alien visitations, if they have enough clarity of mind to report them at all. These technologies have been trickled down to the local level, and threaten the civil liberties of all Americans.

Teen aged soldiers are trained to use equipment with effects they will never fully comprehend in venues far from the US taxpayers who foot the bill. Equipment for a new era of centurions with more control of the body of state than their Roman counterparts. Like all of our actors on the world stage they have tangible effects on our local communities.

Rewinding back to the late 1970s provides some necessary history for those who still seek to overcome the obstacles to a free society.

George Herbert Walker Bush laid the groundwork for a "New World Order" in 1975 when he was called in to clean up the difficulties created by the Church committee in the wake of Watergate. Gerald Ford hired him as the first DCI: a job that was the result of a major reorganization of US intelligence agencies. One of they tools used at this stage was PROMIS - a 32 bit relational database that ran from a command line. PROMIS was a product of INSLAW that was contracted to the DOJ and subsequently misappropriated by various government agencies.

... Lt. Col. Oliver North also may have been using the program. According to several intelligence community sources, PROMIS was in use at a 6,100-square-foot command center built on the sixth floor of the Justice Department. According to both a contractor who helped design the center and information disclosed during the Iran-Contra hearings, Oliver North had a similar, but smaller, White House operations room that was connected by computer link to the DOJ's command center.

Using the computers in his command center, North tracked dissidents and potential troublemakers within the United States as part of a domestic emergency preparedness program, commissioned under Reagan's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), according to sources and published reports. Using PROMIS, sources point out, North could have drawn up lists of anyone ever arrested for a political protest, for example, or anyone who had ever refused to pay their taxes. Compared to PROMIS, Richard Nixon's enemies list or Sen. Joe McCarthy's blacklist look downright crude. This operation was so sensitive that when Rep. Jack Brooks asked North about it during the Iran-Contra hearings, the hearing was immediately suspended pending an executive (secret) conference. When the hearings were reconvened, the issue of North's FEMA dealings was dropped.

Wired Magazine

PROMIS was used to establish a national network of "good old boys" and "problem children". Lists of dissidents were compiled, along with lists of loyalists in local law enforcement agencies across the country. PROMIS also became useful on the international scene by the "long term players" in power politics.

Many things changed for the worse in the arena of civil liberties right under the nose of president Carter by those who would eventually undermine his presidency.

Investigations involving the uses of PROMIS software have had an alarming mortality rate - Vince Foster among them. It wasn't a $20,000 land deal that triggered the impeachment of Bill Clinton. The ensuing Whitewater fishing trip was above and beyond the call of partisan politics. The fact that Clinton's lawyer was one of very few people who knew the truth about PROMIS played an important role.

...among the unlikely things (Chilean weapons maker) Carlos Cardoen was selling to Iraq was a pirated version of PROMIS software, for apparent use by Iraq's intelligence service or military. That got me curious about Inslaw, the small company which had done proprietary enhancements to that software--and then was stiffed by the government and nearly driven into liquidation.

Jim Norman,
author of "Fostergate" and formerly a senior editor of Forbes

Whether he committed suicide is not important. Foster knew too much and had to be sidelined. We shall see, in concrete detail how induced suicide has become the method of choice in the slow-motion "coup d etat" of the past half century. And stranger things that cannot be explained away as unseemly gifts from alien invaders. As we focus our beam, we will illuminate truths stranger than fiction.

David Roknich



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