Private house commitee Meeting on FISA (DivX) (Size: 57.3 MB)
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May 29, 2008 - 08:55:06 PDT
Video: Secret Closed Door Meeting of The United States House Of Representatives &laqu
Secret Closed Door Meeting of The United States House Of Representatives to Discuss FISA: During the last 182 years in the history of The United States, this is only the sixth time a secret meeting has been held by The House.
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On March 13th 2008 there was a secret closed door meeting of The United States House Of Representatives in Washington. During the last 182 years in the history of The United States, this is only the sixth time a secret meeting has been held by The House. Even though Representatives are sworn to secrecy by House Rules XVII, some of the members were so shocked, horrified, furious, and concerned about the future of America by what was revealed to them inside the secret meeting, that they have started to leak this secret information to independent news agencies around the world. The mass media said almost nothing about the secret meeting of the House, mentioning only one of the items being discussed. (The new surveillance techniques that are going to be used by the U.S. Government to watch all American citizens). The story was first released in a newspaper out of Brisbane, Australia revealing the contents of the secret U.S. Government meeting and plans for America including all of it?s citizens. Shortly there after, David J. Meyer from Last Trumpet Ministries found it and made it more available for the world to see.
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