The Deep State: The Unelected Shadow Government Is Here to Stay
By John W. Whitehead, The Rutherford Institute
November 10, 2015
America’s next president will inherit more than a bitterly divided nation
teetering on the brink of financial catastrophe when he or she assumes
office. He will also inherit a shadow government, one that is fully operational
and staffed by unelected officials who are, in essence, running the country.
To be precise, however, the future president will actually inherit not one
but two shadow governments.
The first shadow government, referred to as COG or continuity of government,
is made up of unelected individuals who have been appointed to run the
government in the event of a “catastrophe.”
The second shadow government, referred to as the Deep State, is comprised
of unelected government bureaucrats, corporations, contractors, paper-pushers,
and button-pushers who are actually calling the shots behind the scenes right now.
You can read a whole lot more about this here:
George W. Bush bears responsibility for shadow governments created on his
watch. He issued two National Emergency Directives in May, 2007 that
basically created those shadow organizations.
National Security Presidential Directive – 51 (NSPD-51) and
Homeland Security Presidential Directive – 20 (HSPD-20)
The following links will take you to two authoritative websites where you
can learn more. The meat of both of these Directives is secret and only those
participating know what is in them. Nice, huh, we have seen the danger in
things that happen behind closed doors and in the dark of night haven’t
Mr. Whitehead gets to the point that all measures to ensure Continuity of
Government do not include measures to continue common folks, only
those part of the Shadow Governments. We, folks, are expendable. Isn’t
that heart warming? I think we need to see what we can find doing some
research and if satisfied with what we find, shout it from the highest hills.
REMEMBER, Do Not Reelect Anyone to Any Office in 2016. Very few can be trusted.
Very few protect the Constitution. At the time elections will be held everyone now
in office will have served one term except for two classes in the Senate. One of
those will have two years remaining to serve. The other will have four years
remaining to serve. We can depose them in the following two elections.
This is the only chance we have of peacefully and completely changing our government
and getting it back to the Constitution as written and legally amended in accordance
with Article V. thereof, the ONLY way the Constitution can be changed in any way.
No matter how much you like the people that represent you they have to go
because they have violated the Constitution in which the Framers spell out, in
no uncertain terms how long each will serve with no option for them to serve
Check out Article I. Sections 2 and 3., and Article II, Section 1. and learn.
God Bless America!
Joseph D. Hollinger