Imminent Threat
The War on Terror’s Impact on Civil Liberties

Imminent Threat - The War on Terror’s Impact on Civil Liberties
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Well documented timeline since the Bush/Obama government used the false-flag Sept. 11, 2001 operation to begin its assault on civil liberties in the US. First Bush, the lesser, lied the nation into the war of terror. Then Barack Obama ran as a candidate who would roll back Bush's war ...Read more

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