'Homeland Securty' Was Planned
Well In Advance Of 911
American Patriot Friends Network

"Proof" - Homeland Securty was planned way before 9/11
National Security Presidential Directives [NSPD] George W. Bush Administration
In the new Bush Administration, the directives that are used to promulgate Presidential decisions on national security matters are designated National Security Presidential Directives (NSPDs).
As discussed in NSPD 1, this new category of directives replaces both the Presidential Decision Directives and the Presidential Review Directives of the previous Administration. Unless other otherwise indicated, however, past Directives remain in effect until they are superseded.
The first directive, dated 13 February 2001, was formally approved for release by the National Security Council staff on 13 March 2001.
Membership of the National Security Council (What authority gives them approval power over Congress and/or Judiciary?)
Quote from: National Security Presidential Directives - NSPD-1 - Dated: Feb. 13, 2001
[snip] "Proliferation, Counterproliferation, and Homeland Defense (by the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs);" [snip]
SUBJECT: Organization of the National Security Council System This document is the first in a series of National Security Presidential Directives. National Security Presidential Directives shall replace both Presidential Decision Directives and Presidential Review Directives as an instrument for communicating presidential decisions about the national security policies of the United States. GO HERE TO READ FULL TEXT OF NSPD-1
We now have six - secret NSPD's National Security Presidential Directive
On October 29, 2001, President Bush issued the first of a new series of Homeland Security Presidential Directives (HSPDs) governing homeland security policy. Homeland Security Presidential Directive - (Now 3)
Presidential Decision Directives [PDD] Clinton Administration 1993-2000
What is the National Infrastructure Protection Center? " Miami FBI On May 22, 1998, President Clinton signed into policy, Presidential Decision Directive 63, which mandates that the National Infrastructure Protection Center, also known as NIPC, assures the continuity and viability of our country's Critical Infrastructures
I prefer terrorism to tyranny
You can conclude from these NSPD's that we have lost the authority of the three Branches of Government. The Judicial Branch and the Congressional Branch now have no authority over the Executive Branch. Three Branches of Government
If these conclusions are in fact, "FACT"! We do indeed have TYRANNY!
"A dictatorship would be a heck of a lot easier, no question about it." -- George Walker Bush, July 26, 2000
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