Editor’s Note: Here’s the latest report from the guys over at WACC; Also, see my previous article, which provides greater detail about The Cell. The event and our involvement were picked up here, here, and here.
We Are Change Colorado Newt Gingrich recently came to Denver’s own terrorism museum called The C.E.L.L. to promote the Global War on Terror and talk about his less than totally secret plans to possibly make a run for president in 2012. We Are Change Colorado was there as we hoped to participate in the Q&A sessions and ask Mr. Gingrich some of the tougher questions.
The Center for Empowered Learning and Living, or The C.E.L.L., is the first museum dedicated specifically to the subject of terrorism. The C.E.L.L. opened in downtown Denver on September 11, 2008. It encourages participants to shed their preconceived notions on the ideologies and aims of international terrorism. It also has a new name: The Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab. We did an investigative piece on The C.E.L.L. shortly after they opened and exposed who is behind this 6 million dollar piece of ‘nonprofit’ propaganda. Follow the money as they say, and when we learned who funded and promoted this place, as well as the agenda being pushed inside the museum itself, the true motives behind this ‘terrorism museum’ became all too apparent. The full investigative article and video can be found here.
As Mr. Gingrich came on stage he was met by many who came to see him talk with Denver Post editor Greg Moore about our need to be more vigilant in fighting terrorism both domestically and overseas. It seems that it can be counted on that the Denver Post will be a nice little pro War on Terror publication from now on. Interestingly enough, the Denver Post ran several articles praising Mr. Gingrich the day after his appearance. As the presentation got underway Greg commented about Newt’s possible presidential run in the coming election. Someone shouted from the audience, “Yeah, Newt for President!” This garnered cheers and applause from the audience. The voice rang out loud and clear again “Newt for President!” Newt and Greg were all smiles, lapping up the apparent support for his run at the White House. What happened next surprised most seated in the opera house.
So what did they mean by New World Order, anyway? Well maybe the best people to ask would be the politicians who have used that phrase over and over again. G. W. Bush used it over 200 times. Bill Clinton, Gary Hart, Gordon Brown, Merkel, Sarkozy, Chavez, Ahmedinijad, Kissinger, and yes, even Obama has called for an “International Order”. The New World Order is essentially tiny elite ruling over everyone else. As the late George Carlin would say “it’s the ‘big club’ and you’re not in it.”
There is also lot of buzz coming from DHS about ‘homegrown terrorism’ when what they actually mean to say is that the American populace is waking up and finding out they’re being lied to. The widespread free-flow of information on the internet has sparked an enlightenment as to how government, banks and corporations actually function with regards to personal life and the rest of the world. This in turn has led some to join together to do the one thing they still can: protest. The vast majority of these groups are peaceful and non-violent, and though they do dissent, most are only interested in spreading information and raising awareness.
Three Days of the Condor
- Turner: Do we have plans to invade the Middle East?
- Higgins: Are you crazy?
- Turner: Am I?
- Higgins: Look, Turner…
- Turner: Do we have plans?
- Higgins: No. Absolutely not. We have games. That’s all. We play games. What if? How many men? What would it take? Is there a cheaper way to destabilize a regime? That’s what we’re paid to do.
- Turner: So Atwood just took the games too seriously. He was really going to do it, wasn’t he?
- Higgins: A renegade operation. Atwood knew 54/12 would never authorize it, not with the heat on the company.
- Turner: What if there hadn’t been any heat? Suppose I hadn’t stumbled on their plan?
- Higgins: Different ballgame. Fact is, there was nothing wrong with the plan. Oh, the plan was all right, the plan would’ve worked.
- Turner: Boy, what is it with you people? You think not getting caught in a lie is the same thing as telling the truth?
- Higgins: No. It’s simple economics. Today it’s oil, right? In ten or fifteen years, food. Plutonium. And maybe even sooner. Now, what do you think the people are gonna want us to do then?
- Turner: Ask them.
- Higgins: Not now — then! Ask ’em when they’re running out. Ask ’em when there’s no heat in their homes and they’re cold. Ask ’em when their engines stop. Ask ’em when people who have never known hunger start going hungry. You wanna know something? They won’t want us to ask ’em. They’ll just want us to get it for ’em!