Antiwar Radio: Christopher Ketcham

Freelance reporter Christopher Ketcham, author of a new piece called “The Last Roundup” for Radar magazine, discusses the “Continuity Of Government” (COG) plan to keep government operating after a national emergency such as a nuclear strike, effectively suspending the Constitution and turning the country into a fascist military dictatorship, the history of COG going back to the Cold War and it’s partial implementation after 9/11, DHS’s “Main Core” and other databases and lists of dissidents kept ready by the government, the measures in place for total police state after the next crisis, the pending collapse of America resulting from the suicide-pact with the military industrial complex and the possibilities to reverse this course.

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  1. Lester Ness

    You might consider talking to someone from the American Library Association. ALA has long been real strong in resisting FBI attempts to spy on what people have been reading. For example, ALA recommends that library checkout computer systems not record who has checked out what. As soon as you return _The Anarchist’s Cookbook_, your record is erased! They stand up against censorship attempts, too.


    Lester Ness

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