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					What Was Discussed At a Closed Session of The U.S. House of Representatives? - The End of An 'Empire'




                                                                        March 25, 2008
                                                                    from Australia Website




       BRISBANE, Australia
       The House has held a closed session for the first time in 25 years and apparently discussed a hotly contested surveillance
       bill. Republicans had requested privacy for what they termed "an honest debate" on the new Democratic eavesdropping
       measure.

       Conspiracy theorists around the world have filled many pages of blogs and emails with theories as to why the public was
       prevented to hear what their elected representatives said and heard. That is the nature of secrets: those "kept in the dark"
       want to know and in the absence of knowledge, seek answers.

       Writers suggested that the special closed session of the U.S. House of Representatives discussed a lot more than the
       pending security surveillance provisions.

       Last week's session was only the fourth time in 176 years that Congress has closed it's doors to the public. Word has
       begun leaking from last weeks special, closed-door session of the United States House of Representatives.

       Theorists wrote,

               "Not only did members discuss new surveillance provisions as was the publicly stated reason for the closed
               door session, they also discussed: The imminent collapse of the U.S. economy to occur by September 2008,
               the imminent collapse of US federal government finances by February 2009, the possibility of Civil War inside
               the USA as a result of the collapse and advance round-ups of "insurgent U.S. citizens" likely to move against
               the government.

               Also theorized was the detention of those rounded-up at "REX 84" camps constructed throughout the USA
               and the possibility of retaliation against members of Congress for the collapses and the location of "safe
               facilities" for members of Congress and their families to reside during expected massive civil unrest

               Other answers included "the necessary and unavoidable merger of the United States with Canada" (for its
               natural resources) and with Mexico (for its cheap labor pool), the issuance of a new currency - THE AMERO -
               for all three nations as the proposed solution to the coming economic Armageddon."

       Members of Congress were FORBIDDEN to reveal what was discussed and ABC News via WCPO web site (below report),
       CONFIRMS congress members were FORBIDDEN to talk about it!

       Several are so furious and concerned about the future of the country, they have begun leaking info. More details coming
       later today and over the weekend.

       That is the problem with secrets and inadequate explanations for their necessity, imaginations run wild.




       House Goes Behind Closed Doors To Debate Surveillance Bill

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       by Neil Relyea
       Last Update March 14, 2008
       from WCPO Website


       CAPITOL HILL (AP)
       The House has held a closed session for the first time in 25 years, discussing a hotly contested surveillance bill.
       Republicans had requested privacy for what they termed "an honest debate" on the new Democratic eavesdropping
       measure.

       The bill is opposed by the White House and most Republicans in Congress. Lawmakers were forbidden to disclose what
       was said during the hour-long late-night session. The extent to which minds were changed, if at all, should be more clear
       Friday, when the House is expected to openly debate and then vote on the bill.

       President Bush has vowed to veto the surveillance measure, saying it would undermine the nation's security.

       Bush opposes it in part because it wouldn't provide retroactive legal immunity for telecom companies that may have helped
       the government eavesdrop on their customers without court permission after the 9/11 terror attacks.




       The House of Representatives held a "Special Closed Session"
       March 17, 2008
       from PhillyBlog Website


       This was only the fourth time in 176 years that Congress has closed it's doors to the public.

       Not only did members discuss new surveillance provisions as was the publicly stated reason for the closed door session,
       they also discussed:

                  1.   The imminent collapse of the U.S. economy to occur by September 2008
                  2.   The imminent collapse of US federal government finances by February 2009
                  3.   The possibility of Civil War inside the USA as a result of the collapse
                  4.   Advance round-ups of "insurgent U.S. citizens" likely to move against the government
                  5.   The detention of those rounded-up at "REX 84" (FEMA) camps constructed throughout the USA
                  6.   The possibility of retaliation against members of Congress for the collapses
                  7.   The location of "safe facilities" for members of Congress and their families to reside during expected
                       massive civil unrest
                  8.   The necessary and unavoidable merger of the United States with Canada (for it's natural resources)
                       and with Mexico (for its cheap labor pool)
                  9.   The issuance of a new currency - THE AMERO - for all three nations as the proposed solution to the
                       coming economic crisis




       Reunión secreta del Congreso de EE.UU.
       Jueves 13 de marzo de 2.008
       del Sitio Web Dragon68


       La sesión de anoche fue solamente la única cuarta vez en 176 años que el Congreso cerró sus puertas al público.

       Se ha comenzado a filtrar información de la reunión especial de anoche, la sesión a puerta cerrada de la Cámara de
       Representantes de los Estados Unidos.

       No sólo hablaron los miembros de nuevas disposiciones de vigilancia, como se declaró públicamente del motivo para la
       sesión a puerta cerrada, sino que ellos también discutieron otros temas:

                  1.   El desplome inminente de la economía de EE.UU. que se producirá antes de septiembre de 2.008
                  2.   El hundimiento inminente de las finanzas gubernamentales de la Reserva Federal antes de febrero
                       2.009.
                  3.   La posibilidad de una guerra civil dentro de EE.UU. como consecuencia del desplome.
                  4.   Las redadas anticipadas de insurgentes de EE.UU. que se puedan mover probablemente en contra


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                       del Gobierno.
                  5.   La detención de los arrestados en las redadas en los campos de concentración "REX 84" (FEMA)
                       construidos en todo EE.UU.
                  6.   La posibilidad de represalias contra de los miembros del Congreso por los desplomes.
                  7.   La ubicación de "servicios de seguridad" para que residan los miembros del Congreso y sus familias
                       durante los disturbios civiles esperados.
                  8.   La necesaria e inevitable fusión de EE.UU. con Canadá (por sus recursos naturales) y con México
                       (por su mano de obra barata).
                  9.   La emisión de una nueva moneda -el Amero- para las tres naciones, como solución propuesta para el
                       próximo Armagedón económico.

       Se prohibió a los miembros del Congreso que revelaran lo que se discutió. Varios de ellos están tan furiosos y
       preocupados por el futuro del país, que han iniciado fugas de información.




       Videos



                                   Debate about Secret Session in House of Representatives pt 1
                                                                     by galaxydreams
                                                                        July 08, 2008




                                   Debate about Secret Session in House of Representatives pt 2
                                                                     by galaxydreams
                                                                        July 08, 2008




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                                        What the house of reps "secret meeting" was about pt3
                                                                     by galaxydreams
                                                                        July 09, 2008




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                                        What the house of reps "secret meeting" was about pt4
                                                                     by galaxydreams
                                                                        July 09, 2008




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