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It is from the reactions to Congressman Church's 1970's committee that investigated CIA-sponsored and written college text books or reactions to military experiences with information warfare (IW) that we sometimes today get percipient onlookers who can cut through the manipulated news and spin - people such as Hilaire Beloc, H.L. Mencken and S.A. Mawdudi in the last century and Harry Browne, Sheldon Richman and Prof. Muhammad Shabbir in this one.

It was in my capacity as assistant squadron historian in the 964th AWAC Squadron during the early 1980's that I had direct encounters with IW and the Anglo-American state terrorism that it serves to disguise. Since then, I have studied history, economics, and sociology in many American and British colleges and universities with an eye to understanding what is really happening as opposed to the manipulated rhetoric. It is from this background that I write this newsletter - District of Criminals Watch (D.C. Watch).

D.C. Watch appraises the information warfare that passes as news from the percipient pespective of seeing and knowing things that the government has tried to hide from a complacent public. D.C. Watch is very concerned about the corporatist direction America has been led and applies a wealth of experiences to examining what the government is doing as opposed to what is saying.

The purpose of D.C. Watch is to promote government that represents human persons as opposed to "artificial persons", i.e corporations and to secure individual liberty through the harmony of free enterprise as opposed to corporatism and its elitist beneficiaries. The biggest hurdle to realizing this goal in America and Britain is information because information about the corporatist infiltration in both countries and their new world order is not widely available.

D.C. Watch hopes that you will choose to subscribe to our newsletter and maybe even contribute some articles. We need people like you to help us uncover the hidden menace to achieving a peaceful co-existence in the 21st century.

D.C. Watch is a political, for-profit champion of liberty. D.C. Watch is not a non-profit corporation nor is it a for-profit corporation. Corporations are creations of the state.
Newsletter Dated: 2/19/2005 11:24:25 AM

Subject: D.C. Watch

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