by Lt Col (ret), US Army, Darin Gaub
“Conspiracy theorists of the world unite.”
1998 – Enemy of the State
The movie Enemy of the State was filmed in 1998 and over the last 24 years has slowly moved from the fiction to the non-fiction section. The film puts on display the power of corrupt agents operating within and under the protection of the National Security Agency (NSA). The agents murder a sitting congressman who is seeking to prevent the passage of a bill that would dramatically expand the surveillance state in America (Patriot Act anyone?). The murder happened at a local park, but the agents didn’t realize that a biologist put up a camera in a blind and inadvertently captured the whole thing. The proof of the murder makes its way into the hands of an unsuspecting lawyer played by Will Smith.
The agents begin to pursue the lawyer using all the tools available to the NSA including satellites and covert technologies on the ground. They also routinely violate the U.S. Constitution to cover their tracks. They lock him out of his bank accounts, get him fired from his firm, and nearly destroy his marriage killing his ex-girlfriend in the process. The lawyer, named “Robert Dean,” eventually connects with a former CIA employee named “Brill” played by Gene Hackman. Brill knows how the NSA operates and eventually helps expose what happened to the world. The movie is fictional, ending with a victory for the good guys.
The reality today is different. If this sounds eerily familiar, one need only look to the Canadian trucker convoys and the U.S. citizens who peacefully protested in Washington D.C. All of those who exercised their God-guaranteed right to freedom of speech and worship were punished. Most recently, we see the surveillance state in action in China. Protestors there are being tracked down since the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) tracks their phones and knows where they have been. The CCP can still destroy a movement while avoiding scenes like those the world saw during the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre.
Since 1998, much has changed in America:
- To tell the truth about the jab gets a person or organization deplatformed.
- To stick to your faith beliefs gets you sued when you will not bake a cake, and refusing to shut down your church earns a visit from an angry staff member from County Health. Say goodbye to the first amendment in either case.
- To attend a peaceful protest in Washington D.C. means a visit from the FBI.
- When you defend your children in front of a school board, you are dragged off like a criminal. The Department of Justice then claims you are a “domestic terrorist.”
- To refuse to wear a mask over your face makes you dangerous, and it has nothing to do with a virus.
- A virus that you are not allowed to say came from China and was funded in large part by America.
- You cannot call Black Lives Matter or ANTIFA communist front organizations even though they admit it.
- To highlight the obvious, that Hunter Biden’s laptop needs to be examined, means you believe in “Russian disinformation.”
- To be called an extremist is a compliment.
- Globalist conspiracies come true at a remarkable pace, but the media will not talk about them. Journalism is dead in the mainstream media.
- Finally, though this list could go on for a long time, to call out election integrity problems makes a person deranged and an “enemy of democracy.”
- I support our Constitutional Republic since we are not a democracy. The difference is significant.
- I support the God-guaranteed rights in our founding documents.
- I know our elections are not free, fair, legal, and accurate.
- I want Hunter Biden held accountable and anybody else involved in any provable crimes.
- I will defend children in or out of the womb and in our [government] schools.
- I will show and share the truth about “the jab.”
- I will call out the Departments of Defense, Justice, and any other Department when they do not abide by the contract, a.k.a. the U.S. Constitution (4th Amendment anyone?)
- Conspiracy theories are only spoiler alerts, and the World Economic Forum, Council on Foreign Relations, and other such globalist cabals are out to get you as they plan their Great Re-set.
- I will support and stand in the truth and against the cabal no matter the cost.
- I love my country; I do not like my government. If that makes me an enemy of the state, it also makes me a friend of the American people. As this march towards communism continues; I will never bend to its will. I can only pray millions will stand with me and take part in The Great We-Set.
“It’s a brave new world out there. At least it better be.”
1998 – Enemy of the State
Lt Col (ret), US Army, Darin Gaub is a Co-founder of Restore Liberty, an international military strategist and foreign policy analyst, an executive leadership coach, and serves on the boards of multiple volunteer international, national, and state level organizations. The views presented are those of the author and do not represent the views of the U.S. Government, Department of Defense, or its components.