Just Another Setup: WikiLeaks 'Leak' Opens Door For SCOTUS To Rule Against Free Speech

...in the name of "national security", of course
WikiLeaks war logs posting 'will lead to free speech ruling'

US supreme court likely to have to rule on issue of balancing national security and freedom of speech, says judge

US supreme court justice Sonia Sotomayor has said the court is likely to have to rule on the issue of balancing national security and freedom of speech due to WikiLeaks posting a cache of US military records about the Afghan war.

She said the "incident, and others, are going to provoke legislation that's already being discussed in Congress, and so some of it is going to come up before [the supreme court]".

Sotomayor said the balance between national security and free speech is "a constant struggle in this society, between our security needs and our first amendment rights...
re: "provoke legislation"

For those who dream up the schemes which the NWO's Bureau of Propaganda then convert into national productions, the "national security" excuse to "provoke legislation" that results in every possible form of totalitarian control over the 'peasents' is a well that never runs dry.

Case in point. Here they are, drawing at the well again, using another absolutely contrived scenario as a justification to put a few more nails in the coffin of 'free speech' in America. Regardless of the dramatic, albeit very thin storyline here, it is ridiculously obvious that the only thing that they are really concerned about is silencing dissent, and, that it has now become a top priority for the would-be global masters.

Be acutely aware - there will be no retreat on this. These guys are playing for keeps and the impact will eventually be felt by all.

compare: New Wisconsin Law: Register w/ Govt. To Exercise 'Political Speech' 8-8-10 "If you think this can’t happen in America… well… it just did."
Eph. 5:15-16 'See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise, Redeeming the time, because the days are evil'

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