What would it mean if -- as I have previously argued -- continuity of government measures implemented on 9/11 were still in effect?
Well, Congress would be more or less disbanded, and the president could become a sole figurehead, implementing the orders of the real president under the COG regime (someone like Cheney, for example).
And there would be so such thing as a "two-party system". The COG could be run entirely by a single party (and methodical researcher Paul Thompson claims that the COG implemented on 9/11 was made up entirely of Republicans).
Basically, the government, the law, and the power structure would be whatever those in charge of the COG said they were. There would be no constitutional mandates, no judicial process, no congressional input.
Do you get it yet? Do you understand how serious this would be?
Other likely effects of a COG government would be:
- The media is ordered - under penalty of treason – to only promote stories authorized by the COG government (executive orders prohibiting stories discussing the Homegrown Terrorism bill or impeachment, or questioning 9/11, fake intelligence, or the Bush administration's unconstitutional actions could be issued)
- A law could be passed stating that anyone who revealed the existence of the COG could be punished for treason; the law could also say that anyone who blew the whistle on the fact that "our elected leaders" had no power in the COG government, and that the show was really being run by unelected people could also be hung
- Laws could be passed saying that Constitutional processes such as impeachment are repealed forever (is this why John Conyers keeps saying he knows things that other people don't?) . They could also suspend elections
Do you see that COG is a very important issue?
See this short talk by UC Berkeley professor Peter Dale Scott.