What is the Interagency Security Committee?
Interesting Motto is, "One Source, One
NewsFocus.org, by Tim Watts - 071416
I came across something new, as usually is the case while doing research. I ran across a government security agency that I had never heard of
before, the Interagency Security Committee.
Formed under the Clinton administration in 1995, this agency coordinates
security among non-military Federal offices, essentially a secret security force
to protect the Federal government, most specifically attacks on Federal
The thing most interesting about this agency is that it was created during the
police-state build-up of the George HW Bush and Clinton administrations, at a
time when violent crime was dropping dramatically in the US.
Allegedly formed as a response to the Oklahoma City bombing of the federal
Murrah building, the agency's true nature is perhaps much deeper, given the
overwhelming body of evidence that government psy-ops were actually at play on
that fateful day. ATF agents were given warning not to come into work that day,
but no warning was given to the children's nursery in the same building. (See:
A Noble Lie |
So if they knew about Oklahoma City in advance, that would more than likely mean
that there is perhaps a more diabolical use for this agency.
Perhaps most intriguing of all is the Orwellian motto of the agency, "One
source, one authority."
Since 9/11, this agency now falls under the Department of Homeland Security.
Just for the record, given that tons of government records were stored within
the World Trade Center, it would appear that the ISC is pretty useless when it
comes to stopping a government black-ops attack. (Like the
1993 World Trade Center bombing, where the
provided an actual bomb, rather than a decoy.
former FBI Director Ted Gunderson's statements on this.)
So the existence of this agency is certainly suspicious, given its numerous
glaring failures on 9/11.
Just one more government security entity to be aware of.
DHS: Interagency Security Committee
Clinton EO 12977 - Interagency Security Committee
ISC 2015: Securing Government
Assets (PDF file)
Infrastructure Protection: Presidential Decision Directive 63
Clinton administration: Homeland Defense Before 2001
EO 12977 (PDF file)