Protecting the Presidency IV

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Jim Untershine, GZS of LB, 06-13-02

The United States system of government is shown in the block diagrams that follow.

The Federal government uses domestic and global feedback to allow comparison with the input. The feedback regarding threats against our country is ultimately delivered to the Director of Central Intelligence (DCI). DCI utilizes agencies within the departments of Justice, Defense, Energy, Treasury, as well as some independent agencies. DCI seems to report to the Joint Chiefs of Staff in the President's Rank Cabinet, while DCI is also an agency within the President's Member Cabinet.

The new Homeland Office that is part of the President's Rank Cabinet and may seem to provide a redundant role with DCI. It would seem like the agencies that are proposed to make up the new Homeland Office should be made the President's eyes and ears within DCI and the departments that are already under DCI. Accountability of the Homeland Office will never be realized outside of DCI. The President may realize that separating the flow of feedback may allow unaccountability due to fragmented authorities. The delegation of authorities to two separate Rank Cabinet members that provide essentially the same function may pose a threat to national security.

It is interesting to take a closer look at the domestic block that represents the Individual State governments. It can be seen that Policy Studies Inc. (PSI) is paid by State governments to subvert the Federal government input, while the Institute for Family and Social Responsibility (FASR) is paid by the Federal government to subvert the feedback to the Federal government. This situation completely insolates the State from control by the Federal government. The most sinister situation that could ever exist would be a proven connection between PSI and FASR. The collaborative efforts of PSI and FASR could allow them to completely control individual states without passing on protections offered by the Federal government.

The President may consider including Ground Zero Services of Long Beach (GZS) to serve as the Sociological Warfare Response agency to provide preservation, protection, and prosperity of American families. GZS may replace the group of feminists from FASR and the profiteers from PSI attempting to turn the President's new welfare reform into a national disaster. GZS will eliminate the Department of Child Support Services (DCSS) by instituting a child support guideline in each state that will be "CUSTODY FREE"©. GZS will also serve as the clearinghouse for child support statistics for the Federal government.

It is important for the President to see the big picture but also to have visibility of those things outside his control.

"See what is before your eyes and what is hidden from you will be revealed to you."

Jim Untershine, 824 E Pass Rd #3, Gulfport, MS 39507,,

Jim Untershine holds a BSEE from Mississippi State University and has 13 years experience in feedback control system design. Mr. Untershine is currently using the teachings of Werner Heisenberg and Henry David Thoreau to expose Family Law in California as the exploitation of children for money and the indentured servitude of heterosexual taxpayers who dare to raise children in this country.

Federal government of the United StatesThe United States of AmericaThe United Nations of the worldUnited States of America Urban Institute, 2100 M Street, N.W.,Washington, DC. - The Collectability StudyPolicy Studies Inc, 999 18th St, Denver, CO - CA CS Guideline Review for Family and Social Responsibility, 1315 10th St, Bloomington, IN - Interstate CS Guidelines to United States Judicial Branch of the United StatesThe Legislative Branch of the United StatesThe Executive Branch of the United StatesBack to United States

The Cabinet of the PresidentThe Rank Cabinet of the PresidentThe President of the United States to Federal Government

The Director of Central IntelligenceThe Defense DepartmentThe Agriculture DepartmentThe Commerce DepartmentThe Education DepartmentThe Energy DepartmentThe Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentThe Department of the InteriorThe Department of LaborThe State DepartmentThe Department of Veteran AffairsThe Justice DepartmentThe Department of TransportationThe Treasury DepartmentThe Department Health and Human Services to Executive Branch

Homeland SecurityThe Environmental Protection AgencyManagement and Budget Director The Joint Chiefs of StaffNational Drug Control Policy Trade Representative Ambassador The Vice President of the United States to Executive Branch Emergency Preparedness and ResponseIAIP Information Analysis and Infrastructure ProtectionBTS Border and Transportation SecurityCBRNC Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear CountermeasuresBack to President's Rank Cabinet· Federal Protective Service · Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service The Customs ServicesThe US Coast GuardBack to Homeland Security

· Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Response· Domestic Emergency Support Team · Nuclear-Incident Response · Office of Domestic Preparedness · National Domestic Preparedness Office to Homeland Security

Biodefense Research Program· Plum Island Animal Disease Center Livermore LaboratoriesBack to Homeland Security

http://www.cia.gov Federal Bureau of InvestigationThe Central Intellegence Agency· Critical Infrastructure Assurance Office The Secret Service· National Infrastructure Protection Center · National Communications Systems Division · Federal Computer Incident Response Center Back to Homeland Security

The National Security AgencyThe Joint StaffThe Department of Defense to the Rank Cabinet of the President US Air Force ReservesThe US Air ForceThe US Army ReservesThe US ArmyThe US Navy ReservesThe US Marine CorpsThe US Air ForceThe Army National GuardThe Air National GuardThe National Guard BureauBack to the Cabinet of the President

The US Air Force The US NavyThe US ArmyThe US Marine CorpsThe Central Intellegence AgencyThe Federal Bureau of InvestigationThe National Security AgencyThe National Imaging and Mapping AgencyThe State DepartmentThe Treasury DepartmentThe Energy DepartmentThe Defense Intellegence AgencyThe National Intellegence CouncilThe National Reconnaissance Office to the Cabinet of the President

The Federal Bureau of InvestigationThe Drug Enforvcement AgencyThe National Central Bureau - InterpolThe Office of the Inspector GeneralThe Immigration and Naturalization Services to the Cabinet of the President