|Obama Establishes COUNCIL OF GOVERNORS for 10 REGIONS in U.S.!|
Some of you are already aware of this. It has been under-reported in the news, if reported at all. Everyone should know about it.
From an article:
"An Obama executive order that creates a council of state governors who will work with the feds to expand military involvement in domestic security has stoked fears that the administration is stepping up preparations for martial law.
The order, which is entitled Establishment of the Council of Governors, creates a body of ten state governors directly appointed by Obama who will work with the federal government to help advance the “synchronization and integration of State and Federal military activities in the United States”.
The governors will liaise with officials from Northcom, Homeland Security, the National Guard as well as DoD officials from the Pentagon “in order to strengthen further the partnership between the Federal Government and State governments,” according to the executive order."
This sounds like a conspiracy theory, but it's on the government's own website.
In the following links, there's a space in each. To go to the link, copy url, go to another page, paste in the url, and delete the space. I did it this way because I don't like to link to govt sites or have people go there directly from my page because as we know, they keep track of visitors.
There's a Department of Labor pdf that speaks of 10 ESBA regions here: http://www. oig.dol.gov/public/reports/oa/2009/05-09-005-12-001.pdf
There are 10 Social Security regions: https://www. socialsecurity.gov/oig/ADOBEPDF/A-03-05-25018.pdf
The IRS has 10 service centers in the U.S.: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internal_Revenue_Service
FEMA has 10 regions in the U.S.: http://www.fema.gov/ about/contact/regions.shtm
I don't know if the 10 regions of these agencies are related to these regions with governors that Obama established.
Massachusetts has curriculum that teaches about 10 Regions of the U.S. http://eliot.needham.k12.ma.us/technology/lessons/regions/regions.htm
Here's another teaching resource about the "10 Regions of the United States."
Here's the government's own site: http://www. whitehouse.gov/sites/default/files/2010executive_order.pdf
President Nixon, on March 27, 1969, through the Government Reorganization Act divided the United States into 10 Regions. To further implement this Regional Governance over the U.S.A., President Nixon signed Executive Order 11647 and entered it in the Federal Register February 12, 1972. (Vol .37, No.30) Through the authority vested in him as President of the United States, President Nixon established a Federal Regional Council for each of the 10 standard regions.
Another site said "President Richard Nixon issued Executive Order # 11647 on February 14, 1972, which created this new country. How did he conceive this reorganization plan? The United Nations passed a resolution that the United States must reorganize into 10 super regions and President Nixon complied with this Executive Order. Obviously, this plan would not have survived the exposure that would have been necessary for Congress to have enacted this plan."
Maccabee has a post about a plan put forth in a book written in 1974, a plan for the Newstates of America, divided into 10 regions, with a new constitution.
So does all this connect? Are the regions the same? The plan in the book called for the governors to serve a longer term than Obama's E.O. calls for. The plan could have been changed, or maybe it's unrelated. It's hard to tell. And what is the significance of this executive order? Any time your government tries to integrate federal and state troops for operation within the U.S., it doesn't bode well.