- Just some quick facts (no rumors what-so-ever) concerning
the Bush family brothers, Governor "Jeb" of Florida and President
"G.W." of Washington City, with regards to the events of 9-11:
- On Friday, September 7, "Jeb" signed Florida
Executive Order No. 01-261 which states, in part:
- "I hereby delegate to The Adjutant General of the
State of Florida all necessary authority, within approved budgetary appropriations
or grants, to order members of the Florida National Guard into active service,
as defined by Section 250.27, Florida Statutes, for the purpose of training
to support law-enforcement personnel and emergency-management personnel
in the event of civil disturbances or natural disasters and to provide
training support to law-enforcement personnel and community-based organizations
relating to counter drug operations. This Executive Order shall remain
in full force and effect until the earlier of its revocation or June 30,
- This Fla. EO places the Florida National Guard (which
is not a lawful militia), a unit of the Federal U.S. Army, in control of
all Florida law enforcement (State FDLE, County Sheriffs, and local PD's)
and the Florida Emergency Management department (Florida's FEMA under federal
FEMA control). Remember, this was 4 days before the WTC disaster.
- On the morning of Tuesday, September 11, Pres. "G.W."
was in a Sarasota, Florida classroom reading a story about a pet goat when
his Chief of Staff whispered in his ear about the WTC "terrorism".
Rather than attend to this national disaster, "G.W." continues
to read the goat story to these second grade children and then, 30 minutes
later, makes a brief statement to the press. More about this odd behavior
and "The Obscure Goat Story" can be read at http://ecclesia.org/lawgiver/lawgiver/9
- Governor "Jeb" then signed Florida Executive
Order No. 01-262 immediately after the second WTC tower fell. Florida was
the first STATE to declare a "State of Emergency" and did so
before New York State or the Federal Washington City leaders did, yet there
were no "terroristic" incidents that had taken place. Florida
EO 01-262 states, in part:
- "I hereby declare that a state of emergency exists
in the State of Florida... The authority to suspend the effect of any statute
or rule governing the conduct of state business, and the further authority
to suspend the effect of any order or rule of any governmental entity...
The authority to seize and utilize any and all real or personal property
as needed to meet this emergency... The authority to order the evacuation
of any or all persons from any location in the State of Florida, and the
authority to regulate the movement of any or all persons to or from any
location in the State; The authority to regulate the return of the evacuees
to their home communities... I hereby order the Adjutant General to activate
the Florida National Guard for the duration of this emergency."
- There is no declared expiration of this Florida Executive
Order. In case you haven't figured it out yet, Florida is now under martial
law and will remain so until this EO is revoked. We tried to warn the people
of Florida about this in 1998 when our State Constitution was changed in
order to allow this to take place, but no-one listened. See "Martial
Law Now Legal in Florida" at http://ecclesia.org/lawgiver/flaconst.asp
- If you plan on vacationing in Florida, remember that
you have entered a Martial Law State under the control of the Washington
City "brothers" and federal troops. It looks far too much like
1865 is a realistic "deja vu".
- The Obscure Goat Story Of 9-11
- It is very important to examine the first reactions President
Bush had concerning the events of September 11. You can tell much about
the truth by observing the reactions of men. Human nature is almost always
the best truth detector and said to be the most accurate lie detector.
One of the basic instructions taught to every U.S. military and civilian
police trainee is to "watch and observe". Let's observe what
really took place before these headline stories are buried in a sea of
- "In Sarasota, Florida, Bush was reading to children
in a classroom at 9:05 a.m. when his chief of staff, Andrew Card, whispered
into his ear. The president briefly turned somber before he resumed reading.
He addressed the tragedy about a half-hour later. " - Associated Press,
September 12, 2001
- "President Bush listened to 18 Booker Elementary
School second-graders read a story about a girl's pet goat Tuesday before
he spoke briefly and somberly about the terrorist attacks." - Sarasota
Herald-Tribune, Page A20, September 12, 2001
- President Bush became briefly somber and continued reading
a story about a goat for nearly another half hour. He didn't politely excuse
himself to the children, but rather, temporarily stopped reading only to
continue on as if nothing had happened. Is this how you - or anyone around
you at the time - reacted when you first heard the news of the WTC tragedy?
At the very least, one would think that Bush would have spent a minute
or two being properly briefed by his trusted Chief of Staff before finishing
his reading of a goat story. If this was new news to him, one would surely
think that he would immediately want to know more details. Does anyone
else see that this "Presidential" reaction was out of place and
doesn't fit the circumstances? His reaction seems to imply that this was
not fresh news to him, but more of a confirmation of what he might have
already known about. Watch and observe.
- In human nature, this kind of reaction - in reality,
a non-reaction - usually comes about when the hearer either already has
knowledge of what he was just told, or he doesn't have any concern over
what he was just told. Some have already said that Bush didn't want to
upset the children as an excuse for his continuing to read the goat story.
Wouldn't one have to believe that these 7 year old children were already
upset and nervous about having the President read a story with them in
their classroom? A simple and polite "Children, I'm sorry I can't
read with you any longer. As the President, sometimes my schedule changes
quickly, but I want to thank you for allowing me to join you in reading
this story" would have been fitting. The problem is that's not what
happened. Watch and observe.
- It struck us odd that both the above newspaper articles
(as well as many others) stressed the word somber in describing the President's
first as well as delayed reactions. That seemed normal enough at first,
but then we decided to find out what a somber reaction and manner of speech
really is. Watch and observe.
- somber / sombre.* French
sombre ; Spanish sombra , shade, prob. from LL. subumbrare to put in the
shade; Latin sub under + umbra shade. See Umbrage.
- umbrage.* French ombrage
, shade, suspicion, umbrage. Latin umbraticus , belonging to shade, French
umbra, a shade. Cf. Umber, Umbratic. 1. Shade; shadow; obscurity; hence,
that which affords a shade, as a screen of trees or foliage. 2. Shadowy
- Of or pertaining to the shade or darkness; shadowy; unreal;
- darkness.** Absence of light;
black hole; dark star; dark matter, cold dark matter. Occultation, adumbration,
obumbration; sunless, lightless; dark as pitch, dark as a pit, dark as
Erebus[Lat]. somber, dusky; unilluminated...
- * Webster's Dictionary, 1913
- ** Roget's Thesaurus, 1911, search results for "somber"
- Now it appears that the somber reaction of President
Bush is perhaps more revealing than at first glimpse. If the President
"briefly turned somber" and "spoke briefly and somberly
about the terrorist attacks," then the reporters were describing both
his demeanor and speech as being shadowy, obscure, dark, unreal, without
light, and suspicious. Was this a mistaken word of description, or were
they accurately reporting what they saw and observed?
- These newspaper reports are describing the character
and demeanor of the President as dark, black, and lightless when Andrew
Card told him about the WTC disaster. They did not describe him as becoming
sorrowful or concerned, nor even that he appeared upset. They deliberately
chose the word somber to relay to their readers how President Bush appeared.
Watch and observe.
- The reporters also used the same word somber to describe
his manner of speech after having had 30 minutes to (perhaps) compose himself
from such tragic news. His manner of speech, nearly a half hour later,
was portrayed with the same descriptions of obscurity, being void of light,
suspicious, unrealistic, and shadowy. This is not the depiction of a man
who is upset, worried, or concerned about a grave tragedy. Watch and observe.
- When one learns of tragic news at the first hearing,
his reaction is always described with characteristic words such as shocked,
dismayed, worried, awe, sadness, or upset. This describes how all of us
reacted when we first heard the news of the WTC disaster... that is, all
of us except President Bush, according to the reporters who were watching
and observing him.
- When one hears of tragic news after he was told it would
- or most likely would - take place, his reaction is described with characteristic
words such as disappointed, angry, remorseful, or somber. Watch and observe.
- Either the Sarasota, Florida newspaper and AP reporters
were both wrong in choosing the word somber, or the President just may
have been showing us that he knew what was to happen before he read the
goat story to a class of 7 year old children. Either way, be it irresponsible
reporting or an irresponsible President, this is a tragedy in and of itself.
However, it's hard to believe that two or more witnesses separately chose
the character word somber by mistake.
- The worst thing we can do is to react to the events of
September 11 without watching and observing first, as this is our first
defense against possible deception. Human reactions are great lie detectors
simply for the fact that they are very difficult to hide. The lies that
may surround the WTC disaster must be exposed. Truth appears to have already
been the first casualty before any airplane was hijacked.
- Martial Law In Florida Over?
From Don Richerson
- As a person interested in the events of 911 and as an
ex-resident of the State of Florida, I read with interest the article
posted by "William" about Florida and Martial Law. The basis
of the article was that Executive Order (EO) #01-262 dated 9-11-2001 put
Florida in a State of Emergency and it had no end date and that Florida
is, still (till this day) under this state of emergency, or Martial law.
- I did some digging around on the web site for the State
of Florida and discovered:
- It was correct that EO #01-262 DID NOT have an expiration
date, however, EO #01-334 in November 2001 extended EO#01-262 for 60 days,
then on January 7, 2002, EO #02-01 extended EO#01-262 for 60 days. The
final entry I found regarding this was EO#02-138 of May 7, 2002 that extended
EO#01-262 until June 6, 2002. It specifically stated that EO#01-262 would
expire on June 6, 2002.
- Therefore, based on my research ( and not saying that
I am 100% correct) the State of Emergency for Florida created by EO #01-262
expired on June 6, 2002. and the expiration was a result of EO# 02-138.
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