Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by likes-to-shoot, Jun 1, 2012.
They are trying to chip our rights away............
We lose ground everyday, we hit the point of no return a while ago
Chicago, what did or do you expect!!!
If you had to deal with the kind of scumbags that Chicago cops encounter every day, you'd be a bit more understanding. What do you expect when the ACLU gets involved?
Obama had a law pass under the table that if he or another Pre was in your town or city YOU CAN'T HAVE NEG SIGN'S UP GOING AGAINST THEM. If you do the S service and come and arrest you. There goes your freedom of press and speech.
Its time to realize the closer to the election we get and the more the chance that Banghead Obamma won't be elected the more treaties he is going to sign before he leaves office by Jaunuary 2013. He is giving away or souvernty rights to the UN which is leagel the way the constitution is written and it cannot be taken back. This is True. There are many things he will be sighing. One is the Hillary smalll arms act. Which gives the Nato the right come in the Us and take the if the citizen does not give them up willingly. You may think this sounds impossible but this is very true. Finally someone is beginning to realize what I have been saying all along. Get the book by DICK MORIS called SCREWED. He explains it better than I cause he has more time and experienc in the public speaking sector. Every person right now needs to call, wright their congressman, Senator and express that a bill needs to be started to add an admendment to the constitution that stops the president from sighning treatys by excutive order.
Also the UN wants to call for George Bush arrest and be tried as a war criminal before the UN. That is one reason why Bush cancled is trip to Switzlerland months back because he was warned by the CIA of chances of being arrested which is purely legal. You better be checking this out information out. There are secveral treaties to be signed. Wild 'bill
Once the sitting Pre looses the election he should not be able to do anything but run the country to a point. No pardons, no bill signing other then what the Senate and Congress sends to him. No personal favors. You get my point.
He has done enough damage while in office. He will do more if he looses the election. The sad part if he does win he will be worst then what he is now.
Totalitarian wannabees (obummer and his democrat toadies in Congress) can't IMPOSE their socialist agenda on the country so long as there is private ownership of firearms.
Its as simple as this: privately owned firearms and those of us prepared to use them are the ultimate safeguard of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. That's why leftist dems* are ALWAYS trying to take our guns.
* I know. 'Leftist' when used as a descriptor for 'dem', is redundant.
Doesnt the Senate have to vote on these treatys for them to become law?
You mean the democrat controlled senate lead by obummer's b@tt boy Harry Reid?
Recoil Sissy, I would like to point out that several of the most odious Bills and Acts were almost unanimous. I am apolitical here and have been for sometime. I would like to point that out as a matter of fact- even passing this shit was done on wknds and holidays with nary a squeek of protest.
Conclusion? Sucks to be us.
Or this,,, Best part is near the bottom-
Bilderberg up their game: 'What do they want? Hegelian dialectics! When do they want it? Now!'
I don't know if it's the truth of the accusations or the volume of the anger, but one policeman tells us: "They're very scared by the reception the cars are getting, so they've told the drivers to accelerate now as they enter the hotel." There's also been a spate of bird-flipping from the drivers and bodyguards. Foot down and fingers up.
The police have rearranged the barricades outside the hotel, and implemented a zero tolerance policy towards people in the road. Two arrests have been made for 'jaywalking'. My wife witnessed the arrests, and tells me, "The police outside are genuinely worried that protestors will get run over. The limos aren't stopping for anything."
Not that everyone zooms through in a limo. I don't know the global implications of this, but the Chinese got their own minibus this year. The wingmirror whacked my wife on the nose as it sped inside. Still, she managed to click off a shot to reveal… wait – could it be?
Fu Ying, Chinese vice minister of foreign affairs arrives at the 2012 Bilderberg conference. Photograph: Hannah Borno for the Guardian Yes! It's the only other woman in my life: Fu Ying of China. The ebullient Fu Ying (who stole my heart in St Moritz ) is one of a growing number of women invited to Bilderberg. Here's another:
Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría, vice-president of Spain peers over the dashboard. Photograph: Hannah Borno for the Guardian This cheeky face, peeking over the dashboard belongs to Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría, the vice-president of Spain. Sáenz de Santamaría sits atop the Ministry of the Presidency, which (amongst other things) runs Spain's intelligence services. Aah, but look at her, isn't she just a sweetie?!
Sáenz de Santamaría comes hot foot from a meeting with the US Treasury Secretary, Timothy Geithner. She says: "The treasury secretary pointed out that we are working toward the same goal and a solution for the banks must be found." So presumably, over cocktails this weekend, she'll be hawking truckloads more Spanish debt. The bankers at Bilderberg will love her. Or eat her. One or the other.
Now, if you prefer your 'ladies of power' in more of an 'ice-queen' vein, then you might prefer the vice chairman of the World Economic Forum, Josette Sheeran:
Josette Sheeran, vice chair of the World Economic Forum. Photograph: theintelhub.com for the Guardian In terms of power structures, Josette is number 2 at Davos, and Davos is about number 10 behind Bilderberg. She's one of a growing number of Bilderbergians from that strange, cash-rich, and largely tax-free world of forums and think tanks. On which note, let me introduce you to the undoubted pin-up of Bilderberg 2012, Kevin Warsh:
Kevin Warsh of Stanford University's Hoover Institution. Photograph: Markus Gabriel for the Guardian This young Pacino spent five years on the Board of the Federal Reserve System, and is now "at the Hoover Institution". He's from the intersection of government and academia beloved by Bilderberg (think Mario Monti – Steering Committee member and PM of Italy).
Then there's the intelligence world. We welcome back the head of the NSA, General Keith Alexander – who also happens to be chief of the military's Central Security Service. And we note with interest the presence of Thomas Donilon, the National Security Advisor at the White House – whose esteemed predecessor in that role is standing next to him at the buffet; Henry Kissinger.
There's a reason Bilderberg feels so comfortable in Chantilly, Virginia – 15 minutes up the road from CIA headquarters. It's because the US intelligence community is its spiritual home.
If you peer back into Bilderberg's past, and scan enough declassified documents, you can begin to appreciate how intimate the relationship is between global lobbying and global intelligence.
If you've ever find yourself wondering "what exactly is Bilderberg?", you might want to take a look at a press conference in 1950, held by a man called William Donovan.
William 'Wild Bill' Donovan was "the Father of American Intelligence" – and one of the most senior figures in the US intelligence scene at the time. You can read his CIA biography here but don't forget to clear your cookies afterwards.
Sitting next to Donovan was the man who pulled Bilderberg together in the early 1950s – Józef Retinger. A tireless fixer, social climber and committee former, Retinger in 1950 was the secretary-general of the European Movement. He was also a British intelligence operative, but that's a whole other twist in the tale.
Retinger's burgeoning European Movement was being funded by the CIA. And the man in charge of getting him the money? Tom Braden of the CIA. The third man holding the press conference and quoted in the Saturday Evening Post in 1967 saying, "I'm glad the CIA is immoral."
Bilderberg was Retinger's baby, and it was born out of a murky merger in 1954 of spooks and bankers, and fed from a bottomless bottle of spycash. But don't take my word for it. Go look at the documents. Don't think you 'know' about Bilderberg because Robert Kagan (the arch neo-con) tells you that "it's a lot of vaguely uninteresting people giving vaguely uninteresting lectures and then having nice meals in nice places."
Henri de La Croix de Castries, 5th Comte de Castries, chairman and CEO of AXA and chairman of the Bilderberg group's steering committee. Photograph: theintelhub.com for the Guardian Know about Bilderberg by finding out about Bilderberg. Don't theorize. Go read the documents. Go on. Google "CIA Bilderberg." Google "Retinger MI6". Google "Prince Bernhard IG Farben." Or have a look at a photo of the new head of Bilderberg looking cool in his Raybans. One or the other.
There was a thread here recently lamenting that we HAVE to vote for a piece of waste because to do less would be to vote for a lesser piece of crap.
Does that not trouble you?
TinMan88, quote: <i>"There was a thread here recently lamenting that we HAVE to vote for a piece of waste because to do less would be to vote for a lesser piece of crap.
Does that not trouble you?"</i>
Yes. Yes it does.
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