Directive Provides Government With Intelligence After Declaration of Martial Law
James Clapper’s directive fires up NSPD 51 providing Department of Homeland Security with ominous police state authority.
November 2, 2013
Even in the unlikely event there is a nuclear war or some other catastrophic event, a directive issued by the director of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, will make sure the NSA still listens in on your calls, that is if there are any phones or cell towers left following Armageddon.
The directive, issued on November 12, makes certain the “President, the Vice President, statutory successors, and other national leaders, as appropriate, are provided with timely, insightful, objective, and relevant national intelligence wherever they are located and in all conditions.”
Clapper’s directive sets in motion NSPD 51, which provides the Department of Homeland Security with ominous police state authority.
“The new Directive implements the Bush Administration’s 2007 National Security Presidential Directive 51 on ‘National Continuity Policy.’ Presidential directives remain in force unless or until they are superseded or rescinded,” the FAS Project on Government Secrecy reported on December 2.