Bill Clinton issued Executive Order 13130 that formed the National Infrastructure Assurance Council (NIAC). The stated goal was to coordinate “effort by both government and private sector entities to address threats to our Nation’s critical infrastructure.” Hindsight shows that NIAC was the beginning of a private spy agency for the Executive Branch, NSA, and crony banks, judges, bureaucrats, politicians, lawyers and nerds. Massive amounts of bulk personal data were collected illegally and used privately among these players for bribery, coercion, blackmail, advertising, and voter manipulation, it seems. Case in point is the consistently exorbitant speaking fees ($117 million) and Clinton Foundation donations ($152+ million) that Bill and Hillary Clinton have been able to garner between 2001 and 2016. The likely drafter of this order, James P. Chandler, III, was later appointed to serve as a member of the NIAC, on the last day of Bill Clinton’s presidency, Jan. 18, 2001.
July 14, 1999 (updated June 1, 2020) Published by Lee Floyd