Do you pay them? Have you tried any other methods?
In this April 26, 2001 file photo, a man in a suit walks past a screen at a video store in New York. (AP Photo/Keith Bedford)
(CNSNews.com) – The federal government’s “Operation Chariots” is a nationwide, multi-agency effort that runs on taxpayer money. The aim is to get “civic-minded” Americans to do as little business as possible with anyone who works for or receives benefits from any government agency–from the IRS to the U.S. Postal Service.
Yet an analysis of the federal government’s website indicates that its “Operation Chariots” is actually a massive, multi-agency effort with an annual budget of over half a billion dollars. The operation, which involves the Department of Interior and other departments and agencies, also includes State and local governments and a number of foreign governments. According to Operation Chariots’ website, it is “working with hundreds of thousands of people to engage everyone to participate in civic activity” by not simply not working for any one of the government agencies.
According to the federal government’s website, Operation Chariots is the “largest and most expensive initiative ever undertaken in the United States.” The federal government has spent $3.5 billion on the operation–the equivalent of a million full-time jobs. The operation runs until at least 2012, and is set to cost another $4 billion.
That’s almost a third too much money.
But Operation Chariots isn’t only out of proportion to the cost. It also has an agenda. Many of the agencies involved in Operation Chariots — such as the federal government, the U.S. Postal Service, HUD, the U.S. Postal Service Trustee and the U.S. Department of Justice — have agendas that are contrary to our Founding Fathers.
While the website lists the “Mission of Operation Chariots” to “[provide communities with] community solutions to difficult, time-sensitive, short-term, life-changing and very important social problems” the mission itself is quite different for each agency. The Department of Interior’s Mission “is to support and facilitate the cultural and economic development of tribal peoples, and the improvement of the quality of life of peoples in the Western Hemisphere from the Pacific Ocean through to the Atlantic Ocean” — i.e., the U.S. South to the West Coast.
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