Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Some Documents obtained from MN DOT Today, Lockheed Martin Still wants to be Big Brother to you, and we have always been at war with Oceania.

Today I picked up a little over six hundred pages from MN DOT Central Office in St. Paul. The prior request I made generated over 3,000 pages of documents. The fewer number of documents obtained this time arises my suspicion. Further, there was at least one document not in there that should have been in there, and that is the fully executed non-binding letter of intent between NASCO and SAVI Networks, which was obtained by the ok-safe people in Oklahoma. Although NASCO is always talking about shipping containers in most of its documents, it is the non-binding letter of intent that says that the plan is to involve "all modes of transportation."

I am going to digest much of what I have obtained and read so far and write more about it. This nefarious plan continues and it must be stopped. Now that I know how to upload documents and link to them I can produce some nice material with pertinent hotlinks. I was a little naive before to think people would navigate through all of the documents like myself and a select few other people do.

As I have said time and time again, Lockheed Martin, a flagship member of the Military Industrial Complex in the United States and a major defense contractor, is the major force behind this NAFTRACS plan. A good example of this is this email in which one Bob Johns tells Brad Larsen of MN DOT: "Our local Lockheed office seems to be a big player--influencing earmarks."

Well, no kidding. There is a weird "sole source" grant that was given to NASCO from US DOT for NAFTRACS. Lockheed Martin adds insult to injury by having we the people pay for our own transportation enslavement to them. Whatever politicians are whoring themselves to Lockheed Martin for this plan, those being influenced by the "local Lockheed office" should take heed: Times are changing and this sort of blatant corruption and pandering will not stand. There should be nothing more important than the interests of your constituents and their families, not your lobbyist pals from Lockheed.

There is much more I will write later. Much to my amusement, I made one of the MN DOT e-mails, in which one Mike Robinson writes to one John Bray: "This person retrieved e-mails through a data practices request. He has his own agenda and spins accordingly."

Indeed my bureaucrat friend, I do have an agenda but it is not the nefarious one you have been dragged into; it is the agenda of public interest and openness and honesty in government, not Lockheed Martin's "confidential" plans for an Orwellian control grid.

There was a time when it was understood that "public/private partnerships" were in fact the definition of fascism, which is combination of government with business, such as the Third Reich's Todt Organization.

Stay tuned, and wake up. Please contact your legislator about this.

Thursday, November 8, 2007

Lawsuit to obtain documents related to MN DOT's membership in NASCO filed and served today.

I have been somewhat neglectful of writing more analysis of documents relating to NASCO and its partnership with the military industrial complex on this blog. In retrospect, I should have spent more time looking at the documents that the people from OK-SAFE sent to me. These documents are uploaded to my law office server now though and are available at

Even so, I have not forgotten about this issue. On August 2, 2007, I sent a request for updated documents related to MN DOT's membership in NASCO. After numerous telephone calls and letters to MN DOT's data practices office, I received a voice mail on October 25, 2007 that indicated that I would receive my documents "on Friday." I have not received any documents and I have not heard anything else.

The lack of responsiveness on the part of MN DOT has forced me to bring a lawsuit to compel compliance with the data practices act. I also seek mandamus relief, which is an alternative and "older" type of relief, but basically the same. My efforts are set forth in detail in the Complaint I filed today.

I don't seek large monetary damages out of the suit, other than the amount I paid for the filing fee and whatever nominal statutory damages may be allowed. My motivation is not monetary gain, but rather to obtain these documents. The NAFTRACS plan to track all transportation moves along unabated without any citizen input or control. The military industrial complex's plan to track and control the population must be exposed and stopped. I encourage everyone to examine this issue and contact their representatives about this issue.

Please watch this blog for updates about this lawsuit and other issues relating to NASCO, NAFTRACs, the North American Union, and Lockheed Martin.

If you live in Minnesota, please contact your State Senators and Representatives about this. If you live anywhere, please contact your representatives about the NAU and the NAFTRACs initiative. If these people ignore you, remember that when it comes to election day. Support politicians who oppose such Orwellian initiatives.