Earlier that year, on January 1st 1995, Bill Clinton signed Executive Order No. 12958:
“This order prescribes a uniform system for classifying, safeguarding, and declassifying national security information . . . Sec. 5.4 (1) There is established an Interagency Security Classification Appeals Panel” comprised of:
- Secretary of State
- Secretary of Defense
- Attorney General
- CIA Director
- US Archivist
- Assistant to the President for National Security
- Chaired by the President.
In addition, in a subsequent executive order, Barack Obama made the U.S. subservient to foreign treaties on Dec. 29, 2009 in Executive Order No. 13526—treaties that later included the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) (Sec. 2.3(b)(9)—documents would not be declassified if such action would “violate a statute, treaty, or international agreement.”) This could allow unscrupulous characters to cause documents to be hidden forever based on variable terms in foreign treaties, e.g., Iranian nuclear deal (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action—JCPO), TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership), TiSA (Trade in Services Agreement, i.e., European TPP). James P. Chandler very likely played a central role in these orders to de industrialize the United States and make it subservient to globalist control (Read: destroy the American Republican form of government). See Clinton-Bush-Obama Executive Order interlinks.
Note the slippery attorney double-speak that permeates these founding security documents of the New World Order. Bill and Hillary Clinton had found a new scam that overshadowed their previous successes at drug smuggling and money laundering in Mena, Arkansas—the military-industrial national security apparatus that former President Dwight D. Eisenhower warned of.
Former Secretary of State and National Security Adviser Robert M. Gates said in his book, Duty, that the White House national security staff ballooned from 50 people in 1993 to more than 350 under Obama by 2011.
Bill Clinton’s Executive Order 13526 (Apr. 17, 1995) set this escalation in motion. The resulting private, unauthorized White House spy/defense agency is clearly affirmed by Secretary Gates in his book.
“The root of my unhappiness in the Obama administration was therefore not the NSS [National Security Staff] policy initiatives but rather its micromanagement—on Haitian relief, on the Libyan no-fly zone, above all on Afghanistan—and I routinely resisted it . . . NSC staff in the early 1990s, professional staff numbered about fifty. Today the NSS numbers more than 350.“