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If Bush decides not to stand down...

LJ-SEC: (ORIGINALLY POSTED BY [info]catvincent)

...there are new contingencies letting him run *everything* directly. And all it would take is an 'incident' that doesn't even have to happen on US soil.

"On May 9th George W. Bush quietly signed a presidential directive, the National Security and Homeland Security Presidential Directive. This directive according to Jerome Corsi (co-author of the book critical of John Kerry's service in Vietnam, Unfit for Command) at World Net Daily;

'...loosely defines "catastrophic emergency" as "any incident, regardless of location, that results in extraordinary levels of mass casualties, damage, or disruption severely affecting the U.S. population, infrastructure, environment, economy, or government functions.
When the president determines a catastrophic emergency has occurred, the president can take over all government functions and direct all private sector activities to ensure we will emerge from the emergency with an "enduring constitutional government." '

According to Corsi,

'That job, as the document describes, is to make plans for "National Essential Functions" of all federal, state, local, territorial, and tribal governments, as well as private sector organizations to continue functioning under the president's directives in the event of a national emergency.'

Uh, oh. Corsi goes on to state,

'Translated into layman's terms, when the president determines a national emergency has occurred, the president can declare to the office of the presidency powers usually assumed by dictators to direct any and all government and business activities until the emergency is declared over.' "

I understand if anyone wants to take my previous post along with this one and start to get very worried indeed. I would still advise against only viewing the responses to this as necessarily by violence alone.

Current Mood: worried
Current Music: Drone Zone: [SomaFM]
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SixApart's Lawyers Jackboot LJ's


Some of you may be aware that there has been a rash of permanent suspensions of LJ's by SixApart after a group called Warriors of Innocence basically terrorized SixApart by accusing them of 'harboring pedophiles'.

I checked out WFI and my Dommie Alarm went off. I wondered, "Am I projecting?" So, here I am asking the DC Com if anyone here knows if my suspicions are correct, or if this lot are fanatics independent of our own beit noir.

Current Mood: angry
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Religious right taking seat in Washington establishment

LJ-SEC: (ORIGINALLY POSTED BY [info]exotic_princess)

Link here

Better get used to seeing evangelicals in high places
Religious right taking seat in Washington establishment

Goodling is part of a new generation of evangelicals ushered in by Falwell, who insisted that Christians get involved in politics. They are graduates of the exploding number of evangelical colleges, which no longer aim to create a parallel subculture but instead to train "Christian leaders to change the world," as the Regent mission statement reads.

Article here )

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I think this is important enough to warrant its own post.

LJ-SEC: (ORIGINALLY POSTED BY [info]kittynboi)


This is in regards to the dominionist style rpessure group and the journal deletions. WFI or WOI or whatever they're called, accoding to Liz-Marcs journal and info shes recieved, is apparently more fanaticcal than though. some people report that when they visit the WFI website that their computers are being bombarded with spyware.

Just a heads up for anyone thinking of following up on this group and checking out their website.

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"Warriors for Innocence": Possible "Joel's Army" group?

There are quite a number of bits of info of concern in regards to the group "Warriors for Innocence", including connections to dominionist groups and (more recently) notes that visits to the site are being logged and tracked back as well as the site doing "drive by spyware" downloads on PCs.

The following post from the [info]innocence_jihad community (which is being reposted in full with permission of the author) gives hints that the party in question may in fact be among the scariest segment of dominionists--in with neo-Confederate, racist, "Christian Patriot" militia groups:
Evidence of possible militia and  )

Almost all of the activity indicates we're not even dealing with garden-variety dominionists; most FotF members, for instance, don't post stuff supporting militia groups in public (maybe on FreeRepublic, but not on Blogspot et al). Not only this, but they're trying to get a preferred dominionist (and frankly Christian Reconstructionist) candidate in office, and in their blogs have literally declared a dominionist jihad on the rest of us.

In other words, with the "Warriors for Innocence" scandal, we may actually be dealing with part of a fairly extensive network of neo-Confederate, militia-sympathiser (if not flat out militia-member) "Christian Patriot" God-warriors-with-guns "Joel's Army" nutcases on our hand...one that potentially makes Focus on the Family or even the American Family Association look like the friggin' Society of Friends in comparison.

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Cool heads need to prevail


What is happening to users of Live Journal is reprehensible. The fact that it's a bunch of religious griefers who have kicked this off is even worse. While I understand the need to work within LiveJournal's Terms of service (as well as the guidelines of this community), it would appear that Six Apart has really put their foot into it.

What can we do here? Maintain the brain. Don't surrender to the craziness. Learn from what is happening. Do what you can to keep it from propogating to other blogging communities.

This is an incredible demonstration of fanaticism in action. Take a good look folks: this is our future if we don't stand up to them. Sure, we'll get labeled and libeled, but far worse will happen if such people end up ruling the government. But instead of journals disappearing, it will be people.

That was why this community was created: to shine the light on things like this. Should this community wake up tomorrow with a strikeout through it, I will still feel that it's done something positive, something proactive, shone some light into darkness, opened eyes and minds.

Don't let the yeehaadists get you down. And stay cool.

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"Warriors for Innocence": Hosting info, more research

As noted previously, most of the domains associated with Warriors For Innocence have their domain names provided by anonymised registration companies; however, we still have ways of finding where the domains "live", so to speak (namely, via traceroute and reverse DNS).

So, I break out my trusty little tool "Sam Spade" to do research on both the potentially malware infected site (yay raw HTML) and do some testing on the hosts.

OK, who's hosting them now? )

In investigating the page itself (via Sam Spade's own raw text browser--this way, there is no possibility to get cookies, malware, or in fact be tracked at all other than by dynamic IP address) we find that the first attempt always results in a redirect (presumably where it tries to make one eat a cookie), hitting the redirect, we're in.

It also appears that warriorsforinnocence.com *may* have gotten nuked by their hosting company (the redirect I am receiving at present is to the standard GoDaddy "this domain is parked here" message).

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Press attention about the deletions.

LJ-SEC: (ORIGINALLY POSTED BY [info]kittynboi)


CNET/Download is now reporting on this.

On the plus side, they link to the WOI site, so now those people have SO many hits coming in from the people reading cnet/download that their attempts to follow trackbacks has likely been rendered useless.

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Inside the Creation Museum


Adam and Eve frolic amid the dinosaurs in the new $27 million museum that demonstrates Darwin has nothing on the Book of Genesis. )

Current Mood: determined
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