The Year The World Changed



At pivotal moments throughout history, technological innovation triggers massive social and cultural transformation.  Apparently unrelated developments, which had been gradually unfolding for years, suddenly converge to create changes that are as disruptive as they are creative.  We are currently living in a moment of extraordinary complexity when systems and structures that have long organized life are changing at an unprecedented rate.  Such rapid and pervasive change creates the need to develop new ways of understanding the world and interpreting our experience ~ Mark C. Taylor, "The Moment of Complexity: Emerging Network Culture"

The year the world changed was 1991.   1991 was the first year of the Information Revolution - and the Administrative Coup d'etat on America.  There are several specific events that kicked off the revolution and from today you can trace back and see that the inexplicable and un-American actions of this government can be traced back to that year. 



  1. Senator Al Gore ushers through the 1991 High Performance Computing and Communications Act.

    ▪   Vision for a National Information Infrastructure which Gore called the "information superhighway".  The concept of the NII changed almost immediately to the 'Global Information Infrastructure' (GII) after passage of this legislation.   

    ▪   Funding for the build out of the communications lines (Internet) as we know it today.

    ▪   Money for Research & Development

    ▪   Open Use - educational, public and commercial use
  2. Tim Berners-Lee, Cern Switzerland released - free for use by all, the world wide web development and navigation protocol: HyperText Markup Language (HTML). It provided a simple way to format documents and screens and it included navigation capability through the use of embedded hyperlinks.
  3. Corporate redesign of government administrative functions and infrastructure using high technology management and control systems by people who never read the U.S. Constitution.  Deregulation of corporations.  Regulation and control of people.
  4.  ▪   Strategic Plan for the Intelligent Vehicle Highway System is published concurrently with the passage of ISTEA 

     ▪   Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (ISTEA) - legislation to enable building high tech
         highways, federalized major arterials and feeder routes to transportation hubs, plans for empire include Mexico
         and Canada Pan-American Highway.  

     ▪   Design for nationalized medical records system is considered viable and work begins

     ▪   National Center for Education and the Economy is working on a design for a 'National Human Resource
         Development System' -  federal management of the labor force.  The system is described to Hillary Clinton in a
         letter in 1992.

     ▪   George H.W. Bush established the New American Schools Development Corporation "to funnel corporate
          money into innovative designs for 'New American Schools'"  Douglas D. Noble

  5. End of the Cold War 

    "The creation of the Commonwealth of Independent States on December 21, 1991 signaled the dissolution of the Soviet Union and, according to leaders of Russia, its purpose was to "allow a civilized divorce" between the Soviet Republics. Since its formation, the member-states of CIS have signed a large number of documents concerning integration and cooperation on matters of economics, defense and foreign policy.

    From a historical point of view, the CIS could be viewed as a successor entity to the Soviet Union, insofar as one of its original intents was to provide a framework for the disassembly of that state. However, the CIS is emphatically not a state unto itself, and is more comparable to a loose confederation more similar to the European Community than to the European Union that followed. Although the CIS has few supranational powers, it is more than a purely symbolic organization, possessing coordinating powers in the realm of trade, finance, lawmaking, and security. The most significant issue for the CIS is the establishment of a full-fledged free trade zone / economic union between the member states, to have been launched in 2005. It has also promoted cooperation on democratisation and cross-border crime prevention." [Wikipedia]

  6. Nunn-Lugar Cooperative Threat Reduction Program


World Wide Web



Fiber Optic Cable


National Information Infrastructure

Donna Cox and Robert Patterson, National Center for Supercomputing Applications/University of Illinois

DOD Software and the NII
Nationalized Medical Records (NII)


Global Information Infrastructure

Dynamic Connection History - International
Global Information Infrastructure - Background

1990's Gold Rush
~ Gold fever is a brain stem disease that prevents higher order thinking.  The symptoms are unbounded greed and lust for wealth.  It's highly contagious and can be deadly.  ~ 

In 2006, Robert Bradley, a former speechwriter for Ken Lay (Enron),  gave a presentation to the Houston Forum on his analysis of the reasons for the downfall of Enron.  What Bradley was describing without saying it was that Gold Fever had struck Enron.  It corrupted the culture of the corporation leading to it's spectacular downfall - bankruptcy, lost fortunes, lost and ruined lives. 

Quotes from Bradley’s presentation

  • Ken Lay had a business model.  That model was perpetual first mover advantage - a model of revolutionary change or revolution always over incremental improvement.  It’s baseball season now so the analogy would be to swing for the fences and don’t use the strategy of the small ball: the walk, the steal, the sacrifice, scoring runs that way - go for the fences.
  • the guru of Ken Lay and Enron’s business model - Gary Hamil.  Hamil was a Drucker disciple who brought the discontinuity revolution to new heights in his book, “Competing for the Future and Leading the Revolution”.  …Don’t transform your organization.  Transform your industry.  Don’t be a rule taker, be a rule maker - no more, be a rule breaker.  How many of us at Enron remember all the presentations: ‘rule taker, rule maker, rule breaker. “We’re the rule breaker”.  “We’re revolutionaries”.
  • Speaking of revolutionaries, there is an Enron mouse pad: “What are you going to do to change the world today”.  And there are interviews with Andy Fastow during this period: “I’m a revolutionary”.
  • There was a conference in New York City by Gary Hamil on revolution, “Revolt, Revolt” and Ken Lay was scheduled to appear and this was less than a month before Enron’s bankruptcy
  • Ken Lay’s business model put in practice is something like this - there are great pools of potential profits just awaiting entrepreneurial discovery and action - opportunities that the stodgy competition has not or cannot see.  By employing and empowering the best and brightest, potential profits can be turned into actual profits.

Enron wasn't the only company that caught Techno-Gold Fever.  Wall Street caught Techno-Gold Fever as did the government, the main steam media (CNBC, FNN), the military and defense contractors.  The opportunities for change that were made available by the connectivity of the Internet set off a Gold Rush unparalleled in history. 

The problem was that the Internet and PC-Network software industry were in their infancy - not ready for prime time use.  The only people who really understood the dangers of connectivity to worlds outside the organization were the IT professionals.  These IT professionals were neutralized by the 'Total Quality Management' training.  Experienced people were labeled as "legacy" - meaning they didn't understand the new technologies and new ways of thinking and designing systems.   This allowed the Techno-Youth with Techno-Lust guided by Techno-Sharks with Techno-Gold Fever to be free to design whatever wanted -  "breaking all the rules"  - which led to massive corporate bankruptcies, thefts and losses that stagger the imagination, chaos in organizations due to system defects and security holes, unprecedented corruption and ultimately to a coup d'etat on our government.   


Clinton-Gore "Reinvent of Government"

"In 1993, with Executive Order 12862, the President called for a revolution in government’s customer service to deliver services equal to the best in business."  September 11, 1993

In 1993, President Clinton asked me to figure out how to make government work better and cost less. We called it reinventing government. The need to reinvent was clear...Corporate America had reinvented itself to compete and win. The same ideas and some new wrinkles were starting to work at the state and local level. But it was going to be incredibly difficult, the largest turnaround ever, and management experts said it would take at least eight years.  [That's a joke most people didn't get]

"Identify your customers and win them over"

New Federalism


Blair House Papers - Page 39:

Privatization initiatives are underway at the Alaska Power Administration, the Interior Department's Helium Field Operations (Amarillo), the Naval Petroleum Reserve (Elk Hills), and the U.S. Enrichment Corporation...

GSA will close nine data centers, outsourcing all of its data center requirements to the private sector. 

Gaebler - Powerpoint to Canadian Government

"We Need a Government Revolution"
 (Gaebler Slide 20)


"Among intellectual currents, managerial diagnoses and reforms have gained international preeminence among the three models. Osborne and Gaebler (1993) Reinventing Government is the touchstone of most managerialists. It has been translated into dozens of languages and sits on the book shelves of many reformers around the world. It inspired the Gore program, and was prominent in the Bresser Plan."   Footnote


Reinvention of Government
Means Unholy Alliances


1991 - Strategic Highway Network (STRAHNET) and STRAHNET Connectors, excerpt from the DOD STRAHNET Guide

"The Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 and the National Highway System Designation Act of 1995 provided for inclusion of STRAHNET and important STRAHNET Connectors in the 160,955-mile National Highway System (NHS). The primary Connector routes for the Priority 1 and 2 installations and ports are included in the NHS. Federal oversight will ensure optimum maintenance levels for the NHS, thus assuring that the roads can support an emergency deployment. With DOD’s current emphasis on continental US-based military units, the NHS will play an increasingly important role in new deployment scenarios."

As the Department of Defense (DOD) designated agent for public highway matters, the Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command Transportation Engineering Agency (formerly Military Traffic Management Command Transportation Engineering Agency (MTMCTEA)) is the proponent for STRAHNET and STRAHNET Connectors. SDDCTEA identified STRAHNET and the Connector routes in coordination with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the State transportation departments, the military Services and installations, and the ports. Together, STRAHNET and the Connectors define the total minimum defense public highway network needed to support a defense emergency.

Strategic Highway Network (STRAHNET) and STRAHNET Connectors

"The Strategic Highway Network (STRAHNET) is critical to the Department of Defense's (DoD's) domestic operations. The STRAHNET is a 62,791-mile system of roads deemed necessary for emergency mobilization and peacetime movement of heavy armor, fuel, ammunition, repair parts, food, and other commodities to support U.S. military operations. Even though DoD primarily deploys heavy equipment by rail, highways play a critical role.

The Surface Deployment and Distribution Command Transportation Engineering Agency (SDDCTEA) is the DoD designated agent for public highway matters, including STRAHNET and STRAHNET Connectors. The SDDCTEA identified STRAHNET and the Connector routes in coordination with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the State transportation departments, the military Services and installations, and the ports. Together, STRAHNET and the Connectors define the total minimum defense public highway network needed to support a defense emergency."

Dot Secretary Federico Peña
Jan. 1993 - Feb. 1997

Pena - Wiki Profile

Federico's Folly (Denver Airport) By Michael Fumento, American Spectator

Federal Highway Administrator
Rodney E. Slater  - Jan 1993 - Feb 1997
Dot Secretary Feb. 1997 - Jan. 2001

The National Highway System
Backbone of our National

"On December 9, 1993, at Union Station in Washington, D.C., U.S. DOT Secretary Federico Peña and FHWA Administrator Slater announced the submission of the National Highway System (NHS) plan to Congress. Peña also outlined his principles and goals for a National Transportation System (NTS)."

"Union Station serves as a fitting backdrop for the unveiling of the National Highway System," said Slater. "Just outside the station, Louisiana Avenue is part of the National Highway System -- demonstrating how the National Highway System can provide links among the many modes that make up our transportation network. In fact, the National Highway System enhances the other modes by linking them.


"A comprehensive National Transportation System will help us meet the challenges of the 21st century global economy by enhancing all our different modes of transportation and their links -- increasing the efficiency and productivity of our nation," Peña said.

NTS will incorporate from all the modes the most significant elements of the nation's transportation systems. Beginning with NHS, NTS will include airports, ports, waterways, rail, intercity bus lines, pipelines, and local transit systems with regional and national impact. NTS will also include systems moving both people and freight as well as facilities owned by both private business and the public sector.

NHS is the core of the future NTS.

Slater explained NHS in detail: "The first component of the proposed National Highway System is the 45,000-mile interstate system, which accounts for nearly 30 percent of the proposed system mileage.

"The second component includes 21 congressionally designated high-priority corridors as identified in the ISTEA. These corridors total 4,500 miles.

"The third component is the non-interstate portion of the Strategic Highway Corridor Network (STRAHNET), identified by the Department of Defense in cooperation with the Department of Transportation. It totals about 15,700 miles. Based on the most recent information, including plans for base closures, these corridors and the interstate system have been identified by the Department of Defense as the most critical highway links in our transportation system. As we found during Desert Storm, highway mobility is essential to our national defense by giving us the ability to move troops and equipment to airports, to ports, to rail lines, and to other bases for rapid deployment.

"The fourth component is major Strategic Highway Corridor Network connectors. They consist of 1,900 miles of roads linking major military installations and other defense-related facilities to the STRAHNET corridors. "Collectively, these four components -- all specifically required by ISTEA -- account for 67,500 miles or roughly 43 percent of the proposed system.

"The remainder of the proposed system -- totalling 91,000 miles -- is made up of other important arterial highways that serve interstate and interregional travel and that provide connections to major ports, airports, public transportation facilities, and other intermodal facilities ...

"The National Highway System will also strengthen our links with Canada and Mexico, especially by providing some of the vitally needed north-south connectors. Today, even before NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) goes into effect, trucks carry about 80 percent of freight shipments between the United States and Mexico and about 60 percent of freight shipments between the United States and Canada. When NAFTA removes trade barriers next year, as well as barriers to international trucking operations, traffic on all modes should increase significantly. The National Highway System will serve this traffic efficiently by linking with the Canadian and Mexican highway systems in a high-performance network spanning most of North America.


U.S. Secretary of Energy Hazel O'Leary
Jan. 1993 - Dec. 1997

National Intelligent Vehicle Highway System
Program Plan
Report to Congress

"America’s economic future depends on the Nation’s capacity to invent and master new technologies. It depends upon moving ideas to the marketplace to spur growth, create new jobs, and strengthen our industrial performance. Vice President Gore has identified broad initiatives that together will restore America’s technological leadership and reinvigorate our economy. The Vice President’s technology initiative emphasizes that investing in infrastructure means more than building and repairing bridges, harbors, and highways. Today the United States faces a new series of communications, transportation, and environmental needs for the 21st century."

"The Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems (IVHS) program is a key component in this national technology initiative. IVHS will harness emerging communications. computer, and surveillance technologies to address our most challenging surface transportation problems. Early indications are that IVHS applications can improve traffic flow in congested urban corridors, provide safer and more secure travel, reduce the harmful environmental impacts of traffic congestion, and help American travelers and businesses achieve new levels of productivity.

.... Defense Technology Conversion

The United States is the world leader in many technologies applicable to IVHS, and numerous efforts are currently underway to assess the feasibility of converting existing aerospace and defense technologies to IVHS. For example, DOT and the Department of Energy (DOE) entered mto a Memorandum of Understanding on August 6, 1993, that will promote the use of the defense technology expertise of DOE’s national laboratories in DOT’s IVHS program.

Discussions have also taken place between DOT and various elements of the Department of Defense (DOD) and the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) to convert applicable defense technologies to IVHS. Potentially
applicable technologies include: high-definition imaging and displays, advanced sensors (e.g., infrared, microwave, acoustic), radar/lidar technologies, simulation modeling, telecommunications, advanced software (e.g., systems control, image processing, and data infusion), artificial intelligence technologtes, and vehicle robotics and location systems

The GPS system. with its network of satellites, IS already a component of many IVHS systems. DOT has been identified to work closely with DOD to facilitate the proper implementation of GPS for civilian use, and to ensure the
long-term availability of GPS as a U.S. national asset that would be available to civilian users worldwtde.

The defense industry already recognizes the potential of the IVHS program, and some 50 defense organizations are members of IVHS AMERICA, including ARPA, the U.S. Tank and Automotive Command (TACOM), Martin
Marietta, and Hughes Aircraft,
In addition, over 20 defense community contractors are participating in the AI-IS Precursor Systems Analyses studies and ten defense contractors are involved in the development of the national
IVHS system architecture. Continued utilization of the resources represented by the defense and aerospace industry will be instrumental in advancing the national IVHS program and bringing IVHS systems to deployment."


Janet Reno, Attorney General
March 1993 - January 2001


John Deutch, Deputy Secretary of Defense
1994 - 1995


Partnership Between DOJ and DOD

1994 - NCJ 164268  -  "Partnership" Between Law Enforcement and the Military

"In 1994 the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) entered into a cooperative agreement to develop technologies of value to both. This agreement, codified in a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and signed by the Deputy Secretary of Defense and the Attorney General, formalized and focused a longstanding ad hoc relationship. To manage this technology development program and to direct its day-to-day activities, the MOU established a Joint Program Steering Group (JPSG) that would represent both departments and be staffed with members from several agencies."

[MOU Source:  "The Development of 'Non-Lethal' Weapons During The 1990's" footnote 26.  Researcher Amanda Teegarden, OK-Safe]

Warrior Cops:  The Omnious Growth of Paramilitarism in American Police Departments

Rand:  "Seeking Nontraditional Approaches to Collaborating and PARTNERING with Industry"

Assessing the Potential for Civil-Military Integration:
Technologies, Processes, and Practices

September 1994, OTA-ISS-611

Excerpt p. 14-15: (emphasis added)


Definitions are essential--not only for the term "civil-military integration," but also for the various related activities, such as "commercial goods" and "commercial services." Policy formulation for CMI has been handicapped by the lack of a standard definition of CMI. OTA developed a working definition of CMI (see chapter 3), and definitions of commercial goods and services (see chapter 4).

In this study, Civil-Military Integration (CMI) is defined as the process of uniting the Defense Technology and Industrial Base (DTIB) and the larger Commercial Technology and Industrial Base (CTIB) into a unified National Technology and Industrial Base (NTIB). Under CMI, common technologies, processes, labor, equipment, material, and/or facilities would be used to meet both defense and commercial needs.

Sam Nunn, Former Senator (GA)

Nuclear Threat Initiative
Chaired by Sam Nunn... and
Ted Turner?!


Cooperative Defense Initiative


Senator Richard Lugar (MN)

In response to the collapse of the Soviet Union:

"Congress established the Nunn-Lugar Cooperative Threat Reduction Program (CTR) in 1991 so that the United States could assist the former Soviet republics with the safe and secure transportation, storage, and elimination of nuclear weapons. The CTR program seeks to reduce the threat these weapons pose to the United States and to reduce the proliferation risks from nuclear weapons and materials in the former Soviet Union. Congress has authorized and appropriated around $300-$400 million each year for CTR. Most in Congress support the core objectives of the CTR program, but some have questioned whether all of the proposed and ongoing projects contribute to U.S. national security."  CRS 97-1027F

The seeds of our destruction were in the Nunn-Lugar Cooperative Threat Reduction (CTR) Program.  In the transport, chain of custody, and tracking of nuclear materials - point of origin to point of destruction - coupled with the capabilities of the Internet for information sharing, the idea for the global supply chain management system was born. 

A brief paper on the genesis of the CTR legislation and program was found on the Duke University website. It's a must read for understanding of what follows.   'Cooperative Security and the Nunn-Lugar Act' by Scott Kohler 

An good explanation of the Cooperative Threat Reduction Program was found in a GAO report to a congressional committee on National Security

DOD’s program to convert former Soviet Union defense industries to commercial enterprises is part of the Cooperative Threat Reduction program, which DOD has supported since 1992 to reduce the weapons of mass destruction (WMD) threat.2 The program’s priority objectives include helping to (1) destroy nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons;  (2) transport and store weapons that are to be destroyed; and (3) prevent weapon proliferation. In addition to these objectives, the Cooperative Threat Reduction Act of 1993 authorized DOD to establish a program to help demilitarize former Soviet Union defense industries and convert military technologies and capabilities to commercial activities. The Soviet Union had an enormous defense industrial complex that reportedly consisted of 2,000 to 4,000 production enterprises, research and development facilities, and research institutes and employed between 9 million and 14 million people.3


A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murder is less to fear: Cicero Marcus Tullius



William Perry, Secretary of Defense
Feb. 1994 - Jan. 1997

Mutually Assured Destruction

~ By Means Other Than War ~

Perry adopted "Preventative Defense" as his national defense strategy. 

"In May 1994 he and General John M. Shalikashvili, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, announced that Defense would go forward, as required by law, with a 1995 round of base closings. In doing so Defense would consider the economic impact on the affected communities and the capacity to manage the reuse of closed facilities."


U.S. Disarmament

"On September 25, 1961, John F. Kennedy gave a speech at the United Nation calling for the complete disarmament of the United States and Soviet Union.  The next day, September 26, 1961, Kennedy signed Public Law 87-297, "Arms Control and Disarmament Act".   In the over fifty years since, our government and military leaders have been disarming our country - and looting it at the same time.  We were funding a military that was being dismantled in the United States - and building a military offshore.  So it would seem, the only real 'superpower' this government has is the ability to create a false reality for the masses  using Mainstream Media and American Pravda wire service as the funnels for propaganda and social conditioning for the demise of the nation."

Arms Control and Disarmament Act - Public Law 87-297


Sec. 3. As used in this Act--
      (a) The terms "arms control" and "disarmament" mean the identification, verification, inspection, limitation, control, reduction, or
elimination, of armed forces and armaments of all kinds under international agreement including the necessary steps taken under such an agreement to establish an effective system of international control, or to create and strengthen international organizations for the maintenance of peace.

In a report to Congress titled, "Non-Technical Constraints and Barriers to Implementation of Intelligent Vehicle-Highway Systems", it said the following regarding use of Defense Contractors for the IVHS industry: 

It is estimated that IVHS-related employment will rise from 21,000 in 1996 to 219,000 in 20 11. By 20 11, employment in the IVHS sector will account for a substantial share of the work force for certain highly skilled occupations. There should, however, be no major difficulty in meeting that demand. The Nation’s declining defense sector could be an important source of scientific, professional, and technical expertise for the IVHS industry. However, IVHS products and services will be deployed, operated, and maintained under conditions that are quite different from traditional defense sector practices, such as building relatively few high-technology products for a single client.1

1994 Congress authorized a new commission, "Commission on Rolls and Missions of the Armed Forces".  Their report, "Directions for Defense" was published May 24, 1995. 


Our recommendations emphasize the roles of the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the CinCs' joint "core competency" in preparing for and conducting unified operations.

We recommend a new, functional unified command responsible for joint training and integration of all forces based in the continental United States. Under the direction of the secretary of defense, this new command would train and provide the joint forces required by the geographic CinCs' operational plans. The command would work with the geographic CinCs in developing appropriate plans and training programs for joint and combined operations.  (Northern Command?)

Information Warfare. We recommend a high-level interagency effort to improve America's information warfare capacity. DoD's capabilities for this emerging war-fighting mission need to be improved, and U.S. civil and military information vulnerabilities must be reduced.

Joint Vision 2010, Focused Logistics Roadmap, Shalikashvili

More than a quarter of a million DoD employees engage in commercial-type activities that could be performed by competitively selected private companies. Experience suggests achievable cost reductions of about 20 percent. DoD should outsource essentially all wholesale-level warehousing and distribution, wholesale-level weapon system depot maintenance, property control and disposal, and incurred-cost auditing of DoD contracts. In addition, many other commercial-type activities, including those in family housing, base and facility maintenance, data processing and others, could be transferred to the private sector. Finally, DoD should rely on the private sector for all new support activities.

We rejected a monolithic new acquisition organization independent of the services because it could undermine core combat capabilities. Instead, we concentrated on improving the infrastructure that supports buying and maintaining military equipment.

Support activities that remain in the government should be re-engineered to improve performance and reduce cost, and they should adopt private-sector management tools that increase efficiency.

We recommend re-engineering DoD's centralized contract audit and oversight functions, including greater use of private sector audits and electronic auditing wherever possible. Furthermore, the Defense Contract Management Command and the Defense Contract Audit Agency should be combined. More generally, DoD needs relief from laws and regulations that prevent using proven commercial business processes, such as activity-based cost accounting and international quality assurance standards.

Many of the defense agencies and field activities that provide the bulk of DoD's centralized support must become more efficient and responsive to their customers. We recommend establishing a board of directors for each defense agency and major field activity. These boards should include customer representatives and be supported by expert consultants to promote adoption of innovative management practices. Their purview should extend beyond financial accounting matters to address the full range of customer needs.

We recommend collocating the military departments' aircraft program management offices and consolidating common business and engineering activities that support the program managers. Matrix support will reduce overall personnel costs by assigning experts to individual Service program offices only as needed. This should also increase aviation interoperability and commonality over time.

We recommend a thorough restructuring of the existing DoD planning and budgeting system. Taking its initial direction from the QSR, the system we propose features more orderly treatment of issues, stronger program and budget direction by the secretary and greater stability. We also believe that our system will provide better focus on important issues by senior officials and require considerably less staff effort devoted to detail.

The department's decision-making information support framework -- the Future Years Defense Program -- is too input oriented. We recommend a mission/output-oriented information framework to better enable the assessment of forces and capabilities to perform missions derived from the National Security Strategy. The new framework would include improved metrics for measuring and tracking performance. (Outputs come from inputs - so if you don't input, what are you outputting?  Data from models?  Pure fiction.)

Foreign Access To Remote Sensing Space Capabilities

Presidential Decision Directive - PDD-23
March 10, 1994


Remote sensing from space provides scientific, industrial, civil governmental, military and individual users with the capacity to gather data for a variety of useful purposes. The Us Government operates very high resolution space- based reconnaissance systems for intelligence and military purposes. These systems are among the most valuable Us national security assets because of their high quality data collection, timeliness, and coverage and the capability they provide to monitor events around the world on a near real-time basis. More nations have discovered the value of these satellites and are developing their own indigenous capabilities, or are seeking the purchase of data or systems.

Transfer of Advanced Remote Sensing Capabilities

1. Advanced Remote Sensing System Exports: The United States will consider requests to export advanced remote sensing systems whose performance capabilities and imagery quality characteristics are available or are planned for availability in the world marketplace on a case-by-case basis.

Transfer of Sensitive Technology

The United States will consider applications to export sensitive components, subsystems, and information concerning remote sensing space capabilities on a restricted basis. Sensitive technology in this situation consists of items of technology on the Us Munitions List necessary to develop or to support advanced remote sensing space capabilities and which are uniquely available in the United States. Such sensitive technology shall be made available to foreign entities only on the basis of a government-to-government agreement. This agreement may be in the form of end-use and retransfer assurances which can be tailored to ensure the protection of Us technology.

Government-to-Government Intelligence and Defense Partnerships

Proposals for intelligence or defense partnerships with foreign countries regarding remote sensing that would raise questions about Us Government competition with the private sector or would change the Us Government's use of funds generated pursuant to a Us-foreign government partnership arrangement shall be submitted for interagency review.


Landmark Directive:  Commercial Remote Sensing and National Security3

Global Positioning and Military Satellites for Commercial Use

1996 - Presidential Decision Directive PDD/NSTC-6 -  Global Positioning System Policy,

March 28, 1996 Allowing civil and commercial use of military satellites for Global Positioning (GPS) applications


"Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Technology Paul G. Kaminski today participated in a White House ceremony announcing the first comprehensive statement of U.S. policy on the management and use of the Global Positioning System. According to Kaminski, this policy statement marks a milestone in the evolution of GPS as a critical defense resource and an equally critical economic and scientific resource that will benefit the U.S. and the world. It represents the best of American scientific and technical ingenuity and highlights the positive results that can be achieved when the military and civil sectors cooperate in creating a true dual use system.

GPS consists of a constellation of 24 satellites, a worldwide signal monitoring and control network and a broad family of military and civilian user equipment. As the developer and operator of GPS, the Defense Department has been an active proponent of its use for civilian purposes. GPS is intended to provide a substantial military competitive advantage for the U.S. and its allies over any potential adversaries while at the same time serving a broad range of civilian applications. In fact, GPS has already proved its military effectiveness during Desert Storm and humanitarian operations in Somalia, Haiti and Bosnia and is now being fully integrated into virtually every facet of U.S. military operations.

At the same time, GPS applications have grown enormously in the civilian sector. GPS use already exists far beyond the simple scope of navigation and positioning, as the system has evolved into an information resource and an integral part of the Global Information Infrastructure. Throughout this process, DoD has worked in close partnership with both federal and private civil organizations to bring GPS into full operational use for civilian as well as military benefit.

William Cohen, Secretary of Defense
Jan. 1997 - Jan. 2001

During his years in Congress, he found time to write or co-author eight books: three non-fiction works, three novels, and two books of poetry.  [yeah right]

Memory Hole - Press Conferences with Cohen

RAND Analyst Admits Defense Secretary fits profile of domestic terrorist?

1997 Defense Reform Initiative


I accuse this man, William Cohen, of high treason against the United States of America for the sabotage of Defense Department Computer Systems for the purpose of undermining U.S. defense capability through privatization of national security and commercialization of defense technology.  This sabotage was accomplished under the cover of the "1997 Defense Reform Initiative:  Reinvention of Government".   

Following September 11, 2001, on November 9, 2001, President George Bush signed an agreement with India for dual-use Defense Technology Transfer giving the excuse of terrorism for the agreement.   The initiative for this agreement was called the Knowledge Trade Initiative and it was the work of the Clinton Administration. 


From the About Page on the Cohen Group website:


Reporting through Hamre, task force members are Michael J. Bayer, a consultant in business-government relations who served as an official in both the Energy and Commerce departments; David Chu, director of RAND's Washington office and former DoD director of program analysis and evaluation; Rhett Dawson, president, Information Technology Industry Council; James Locher, former assistant secretary of defense for special operations and low- intensity conflict; Arnold Punaro, senior vice president for corporate development at Science Applications International Corporation and former staff director of the Senate Armed Services Committee; Kim Wincup, a program director at Science Applications International Corp. and a former assistant secretary of the Army, and Dov Zakheim, corporate vice president and director, Center for Policy Planning, System Planning Corporation and chief executive officer, SPC International and former deputy under secretary of defense for planning and resources. Cohen said that several other members may be named.

Areas of primary focus for the task force include: · Reform of the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD). The task force is to go beyond a mere review of size to reexamine the appropriate role and organization of OSD. · Review of Defense Agencies and DoD Field Activities. During the past ten years, the Defense Agencies and DoD Field Activities have grown significantly, and the Department lacks structure to provide adequate corporate oversight of these agencies and activities. The task force will go beyond the recommendations of the QDR and develop a blueprint for further streamlining and reform. · Reform of enterprise-wide business practices. The task force will identify additional opportunities for enterprise-wide reform of business practices in the areas of acquisition, logistics, installation operations, and property management.

“Over the past decade, the American commercial sector has reorganized, restructured, and adopted revolutionary new business and management practices in order to assure its competitive edge in the rapidly changing global marketplace. Now the Department must adopt and adapt the lessons of the private sector so our armed forces can maintain their competitive edge in the rapidly changing global security market,” said Secretary Cohen.

I accuse this man of high treason against the United States of America for the sabotage of Defense Department Computer Systems for the purpose of undermining U.S. defense capability through privatization of national security and commercialization of defense technology.  This sabotage was accomplished under the cover of the "1997 Defense Reform Initiative:  Reinvention of Government".


War By Other Means

Communism is a Comfidence Game - deception, corruption, theft, trickery and tyranny

Gen. John M. Shalikashvili, Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff 1993-1997

Initiative for Global Development

"He also serves on the board of directors of The Boeing Company, United Defense, L-3 Communications Corporation, the Frank Russell Trust Company, United, Inc., as well as the Atlantic Council and various military organizations."  NBR

Shalikashvili's Program - Click the image for the details

Military Supply Chain (Logistics) Management



The military logistics system described above for surveillance and control of the "battlespace" and supply distribution to the "warriors"  is THE SAME SYSTEM.... repeat   THE SAME SYSTEM   as is being installed under the facade of a commercial venture called (NASCO) NAFTRACS - freight tracking, traffic management systems, emergency command and control.    


North American Supercorridor Coalition (NASCO)


Minnesota Department of Transportation
Corridors of the Future

U.S. Transportation System 

SAME TECHNOLOGY - SAME SYSTEM as Battlespace America



Notice IRRIS on this NASCO Slide

NASCO Slide Presentation on NAFTRACS by Frank Conde (Slide 11)





Throughout The 1990's


Hyperbole is a marketing tool for selling computer systems.  "If we don't do this system RIGHT NOW planes will crash, ships will sink, trains will derail, buildings will fall down....

"Gold Fever + Y2K Marketing Opportunity + Blue Sky Reinvention (Redesign) of Government = BILLIONS AND BILLIONS AND BILLIONS of stars..  no, wait I was channeling Carl Sagan...   BILLIONS AND BILLIONS AND BILLIONS OF DOLLARS for new technology and redesign government systems...   Powerful incentives for a little bit of covert demolition.   Terrorism for "fun (transformation to a totalitarian state)  and  profit  (government technology contracts & public-private partnerships as payoffs to public officials to maintain a blind eye and invincible ignorance). 


The following report was a product of the 'Preventative Defense' project initiated by Secretary of Defense William Perry.  Perry and Ashton Carter are Co-Directors. 

Catastrophic Terrorism:  Elements of a National Policy ~ 1998



Infinite and Highly Profitable Loop
Fear • Money • More Fear • More Money • More Fear • More Money • More Fear

Technology for Terrorism - Terrorism for Technology

1993 - World Trade Center Truck Bomb

CBS News Footage (YouTube) on FBI involvement  
Who Bombed the World Trade Center?  -  1993   By Ralph Growing Evidence of FBI Involvement

1993 - Waco - Branch Davidians ,  Joint Military - Domestic Law Enforcement Demonstration Project

Report to the Deputy Attorney General on the Events at Waco, Texas
February 28 to April 19, 1993

Clark tanks used in Waco siege   World Net Daily

Between August 1992 and April 1994, [Wesley] Clark was commander of the 1st Cavalry Division of the Army's III Corps at Fort Hood, Texas. According to a report by the U.S. Department of the Treasury, the list of military personnel and equipment used at Waco included: 15 active-duty military personnel, 13 Texas National Guard personnel, nine Bradley fighting vehicles, five combat-engineer vehicles, one tank-retrieval vehicle and two M1A1 Abrams tanks. Additionally, Fort Hood reportedly was used for much of the training for the bloody attack on the Davidians and their children.

Based on the fact that military equipment from Fort Hood was used in the siege and that training was provided there, say critics, it is clear the commanding officer of the 1st Cavalry had direct knowledge of the attack and, more likely than not, was involved in the tactical planning.

West Point graduate Joseph Mehrten Jr. tells Insight, "Clark had to have knowledge about the plan because there is no way anyone could have gotten combat vehicles off that base without his OK. The M1A1 Abrams armor is classified 'Secret,' and maybe even 'Top Secret,' and if it was deployed as muscle for something like Waco there would have been National Firearms Act weapons issues. Each of these M1A1 Abrams vehicles is armed with a 125-millimeter cannon, a 50-caliber machine gun and two 30-caliber machine guns, which are all very heavily controlled items, requiring controls much like a chain of legal custody. It is of critical importance that such vehicles could not have been moved for use at Waco without Clark's knowledge."

Was Clark at Waco?   CounterPunch
Wesley Clark - connection to Ambassador Richard Holbrooke
Wesley Clark: The Truth Behind Kosovo - KLA Terrorists 
Richard Holbrooke - 9/11 Creating The Myth

1995 - Oklahoma City

Proof of additional explosives
Oklahoma City News Reports - secondary devices
The OKC-9/11 connection, again

1996 -  TWA Flight 800 explodes midair shortly after takeoff

Was TWA 800 Shot Down By a Military Missile?
Cooperative Engagement Capability

May 11, 1996 - Valujet Crashes in Everglades Holiday Park

 On a muggy May afternoon in 1996 an emergency dispatcher in southern Florida got a call from a man on a cellular phone. The caller said, "Yes. I am fishing at Everglades Holiday Park, and a large jet aircraft has just crashed out here. Large. Like airliner-size."

The dispatcher said, "Wait a minute. Everglades Park?"

"Everglades Holiday Park, along canal L-sixty-seven. You need to get your choppers in the air. I'm a pilot. I have a GPS. I'll give you coordinates."

[What are the odds?  The policy for civilian use was announced on May 6, 1996]

September 11, 2001 - 3 Buildings Demolished,

September 18, 2001 - Anthrax




Future Combat Systems - Boyz and Their Toyz



Military Data Fusion Center

Lockheed - Insights Volume 3, Number 2, 2006, Page 8


Civilian Data Fusion Center

Point, Click  and Disable Your Breaks


Human ID at a Distance

Real ID - Chipped for GPS Tracking

Real ID - "A Global Security Envelope"
Real ID - Fusion Center

Human Asset, Fusion Center Information Screen

Real ID for Children