(Melchizedek Communique, MC020709) Either Robert Fletcher or John Trochmann, leaders of the Militia Of Montana (MOM), apparently had been enjoying a fine Kix cereal breakfast. Maybe both were munching on Kix cereal that day. Reading the back of the cereal box, their eyes grew wide: There it was! A clue to the Master Plan!
Or at least that's how the story goes. Or at least that's what a report by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), itself possibly a front for the MOSSAD, indicates. "Fletcher compiled his sinister findings in MOM's Blue Book, a binder of press clippings, fliers and articles. The Blue Book included a map reproduced from a KIX cereal box that purportedly denoted the occupational zones into which the United States was to be divided following the United Nations-sponsored takeover." 
The "occupational zones" are possibly the same as shown on the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) "10 regions" map. It is not far-fetched to believe Kix cereal might have reproduced the FEMA map on cereal boxes circa 1993. Melchizedek Communique is unable to pin this down. Was such a map indeed reproduced on some Kix cereal boxes circa 1993?
The 1990s witnessed the break-up of the former Yugoslavia, once a union of states but now separated into regions. Melchizedek Communique believes the former Yugoslavia was the "training ground" for these United States being split into regions, making them ripe for some sort of takeover.
"The defeat of Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich is the watershed moment, the beginning of the Balkanization of these United States," revealed this editor on Jan. 30, 2009. Blagojevich, a Serbian-American, had been set up to be the Slobodan Milosevic of the scenario. But ever since Blagojevich wisely appeared in various mass media TV interviews, it will be harder to paint him as "Slobodan Milosevic."
Credit to "Susoni" at Rumor Mill News for noticing a report in the Sacramento Bee newspaper. "This is serious," writes Susoni (pseudonym). "Individual counties [in California] are withholding their state monies until the State restores payments. Will this cause riots to break out? Probably. Will it cause the state to call in the national guard? If they rise up, you betcha." 
The Sacramento Bee article confirms: "Revolt brews in counties". Loretta Kalb and Robert Lewis report, "In what amounts to a Boston Tea Party-style revolt against the state Capitol, [California counties are] threatening to withhold money." 
Like Abraham Lincoln, President Barack Obama exclaims, "The Union must be preserved!" Back in 1861, to raise funds, Lincoln had gone to visit New York bankers. The bankers offered rates ranging between 24 and 36 percent interest. Lincoln is said to have responded that the terms were outrageous. The money lenders reportedly replied, "If the government doesn't want the money at that figure, then we can lend it to the Southern Confederacy." 
Latest calculations put the pricetag for Obama's "Preserve the Union" economic stimulus package "at roughly 830 billion dollars, plus nearly 350 billion dollars in debt service -- meaning the overall price tag was about 1.2 trillion dollars."  By this editor's calculation, the rate of interest on the loan is therefore about 42 percent! ($350 billion paid to "rent" $830 billion, i.e. 350/830 = 0.4216...). That, at least, seems to be the true interest to be paid on the loan, over time, based on the figures given by AFP.
Abraham Lincoln considered a loan offered by New York bankers at 24 percent to be outrageous, yet Barack Obama and the U.S. Congress seem willing to accept a loan at even more ruinous terms. So are they out to preserve the Union, or to destroy it? And is it all part of the Kix cereal box plan?
Coming to Illinois on Feb. 12, 2009, Abraham Lincoln's 200th birthday, Barack Obama is likely to give a noteworthy symbolic speech to mark the occasion. (Next day, Feb. 13, is a "Friday the 13th".)
Meanwhile, in Texas, a hacked electronic highway sign displays this message: "OMG The British R coming. They R watching you." 
------- Sources -------  "Militia of Montana". http://www.adl.org  "Boston Tea Party Brews in California", by "Susoni" (pseudonym). Rumor Mill News, Feb. 6, 2009 http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=140792  "Revolt brews in counties", by Loretta Kalb and Robert Lewis. Sacramento Bee, Feb. 5, 2009  Lincoln: Money Martyred, by Dr. R.E. Search (pseudonym). Omni Publications, Palmdale, CA.  "Divided US Senate unveils stimulus deal", by Olivier Knox. AFP, Feb. 6/7, 2009  "Hacked highway sign in Texas warns of British", AP, Feb. 7, 2009
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