The Empty Chair

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Channeling RealityOcca­sion­al­ly when one writes on polit­i­cal issues, it’s easy to get car­ried away.  When I wrote The Leg­is­la­ture and The Sob Sis­ter Cir­cus, I spoke ill of Scott Keim, Deputy Attor­ney Gen­er­al of the State of Ida­ho.  I said he “got his law degree out of a box from the Crack­er­jack Uni­ver­si­ty”.   When I wrote that, I had a mis­con­cep­tion about Scott’s pur­pose at that hear­ing.  Upon review of his tes­ti­mo­ny, I real­ize now that Scott Keim is assigned to and is the advo­cate for the Child Sup­port Enforce­ment Sec­tion for the Health & Wel­fare Agency.   So I owe an apol­o­gy to Mr. Keim.  He rep­re­sent­ed his clients in a work­man like man­ner.

The rev­e­la­tion of Scott Keim’s ori­en­ta­tion is the real­iza­tion that there was no legal rep­re­sen­ta­tion for the State and the Peo­ple of Ida­ho at that hear­ing.

There was an emp­ty chair where the Attor­ney Gen­er­al rep­re­sent­ing the Peo­ple of Ida­ho should have been.

The_Empty_Chair_smThe real issues con­cern­ing HB 1 (S.1067) were con­sti­tu­tion­al and  at a low­er lev­el, secu­ri­ty.   The Health & Wel­fare parade of sob sis­ters before, dur­ing and after the hear­ing were a cov­er oper­a­tion to mis­di­rect the public’s atten­tion using an emo­tion­al appeal.   The main­stream media was com­plic­it in the cov­er up although for most of them, it was unwit­ting com­plic­i­ty because the main­stream media hires only bub­ble heads whose lev­el of matu­ri­ty is stuck at around age fif­teen.  That’s not by acci­dent or mis­judg­ment btw.

The stench of crim­i­nal­i­ty that was on dis­play dur­ing the spe­cial ses­sion was over­whelm­ing.   Since I’m not a jour­nal­ist, I’m going to slip into analy­sis mode to give you my real take on what is going on in Boise.

Attorney_General_Office_80The image to the left was cap­tured from the State Attor­ney General’s Office.   My seat of the pants esti­mate and being very gen­er­ous is that they are over­staffed by about 80 attor­neys.

The attor­neys are assigned to work inside the agen­cies of gov­ern­ment which says to me that the State Attor­ney General’s Office (SAG) is actu­al­ly run­ning the gov­ern­ment of Ida­ho.

That is the orga­ni­za­tion of pow­er with­in the state.  Because the pow­er comes through the legal sys­tem with lawyer/managers behind the cur­tain of the pub­lic struc­ture of gov­ern­ment, it pro­vides the SAG syn­di­cate with a shield for their crim­i­nal oper­a­tions.

The SAG syn­di­cate derived their pow­er through the net­work struc­ture that was ini­tial­ized after the bomb­ing of the Mur­rah Build­ing in Okla­homa City.  Pres­i­dent Clinton’s response to that was to issue a Pres­i­den­tial Deci­sion Direc­tive  –  PDD-39 most of which is clas­si­fied.  What PDD-39 did was to estab­lish the Crit­i­cal Infra­struc­ture Work­ing Group (CIWG) head­ed up by the U.S. Attor­ney Gen­er­al who at that time was Janet Reno.   The suc­ces­sion of Attor­neys Gen­er­al fol­low­ing Janet Reno is inter­est­ing – take a look at it on Wiki.

The bomb­ing of a fed­er­al build­ing gave this crim­i­nal oper­a­tion the cov­er of nation­al secu­ri­ty.  Over the next year, they put togeth­er the orga­ni­za­tion­al struc­ture that was for­mal­ized by Exec­u­tive Order 13010 signed by Clin­ton on July 15, 1996.   What they did was essen­tial­ly to exe­cute a coup d’etat from the inside of our gov­ern­ment using a Reich­stag Fire game plan.   While the dis­rup­tion in the pub­lic sphere last­ed a few months, the crim­i­nal net­work inside our gov­ern­ment began rapid expan­sion vir­tu­al­ly unseen by the pub­lic.

To Be Con­tin­ued….   The Pro­tec­tion Rack­et