U.S. President Barack Obama a memorandum last Wednesday that takes action against “insider threats,” which some analysts claim is really a move to stop a plot to “decapitate” the government.
The memorandum, signed by President Obama on November 21 without any significant media coverage, provides “direction and guidance to promote the development of effective insider threat programs within departments and agencies to deter, detect, and mitigate actions by employees who may represent a threat to national security.
The National Insider Threat Policy looks to provide “the minimum elements necessary to establish effective insider threat programs,” which include “the capability to gather, integrate, and centrally analyze and respond to key threat-related information; monitor employee use of classified networks; provide the workforce with insider threat awareness training; and protect the civil liberties and privacy of all personnel.”
By shoring up protections against “potential espionage” and the “unauthorized disclosure of classified data available on interconnected United States Government computer networks and systems,” the memorandum can be seen as an effort to prevent another Wikileaks scandal from happening again.
But the memorandum also attempts to stop “violent acts against the Government or the Nation” from happening, which some say is an indication that President Obama is moving against an ongoing attempt to “decapitate” the U.S. government.
In reporting on the memorandum for Iran state media Press-TV, intelligence analyst Gordon Duff claims such a movement exists within the U.S. military, the Executive branch of government and among extremist “power brokers” in America.
“Let me be clear,” Duff writes. “Where the memo refers to ‘violent,’ it means ‘assassination’ of many top leaders in America including but not limited to the President, Vice President, Secretary of State, Secretary of Defense and others.”
Duff contends the plot is backed by drug cartels that have moved into the U.S. government, and former lobbyists who became part of the government during the George W. Bush administration.
“There is no direct evidence tying any foreign government to this plot though most are ‘fanatically’ aligned with the militant Likudists in Israel under Netanyahu’s regime,” Gordon alleges, claiming the same group was behind the September 11 terrorist attack on the American embassy in Benghazi, Libya.
As surreal as Duff’s claims may be to some, they are not unfounded.
An “anarchist group and militia” consisting of former and current U.S. soldiers in Georgia were busted late last August in their plot to overthrow the government, reports CNN.
One of the arrested, Pfc. Michael Burnett, testified during an arraignment hearing that his group aimed “to give the government back to the people,” and admitted that revolution was its goal. Burnett called the technique FEAR – Forever Enduring Always Ready, and spent thousands buying guns and bomb parts.
Duff also reported on October 31 that the “firing” of Rear Admiral Charles M. Gaouette from his command of the USS John C. Stennis strike group was due to his involvement in a “Seven Days In May”-type scenario to overthrow the U.S. government, should President Obama be re-elected.
“Dozens of key officers face firing, hundreds are under investigation, all with direct ties to extremist elements in the Republican Party and the Israeli lobby,” Duff wrote, adding that the Obama administration had been aware of the coup plot for months.