DOHbama exempts interpol?!?

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  1. DCortez

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    Whoa! Must Read!


    Last Thursday, December 17, 2009, The White House released an Executive Order “Amending Executive Order 12425.” It grants INTERPOL (International Criminal Police Organization) a new level of full diplomatic immunity afforded to foreign embassies and select other “International Organizations” as set forth in the United States International Organizations Immunities Act of 1945.


    http://hotair.com/archives/2009/12/...egal-constraints-as-american-law-enforcement/


    http://threatswatch.org/analysis/2009/12/wither-sovereignty/



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  2. 1rightguy

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    Saw that. I WONDER what he's up to but I KNOW he's up to something.
     
  3. MadMo44Mag

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    Yeah me too!
    Something is brewing and I'm sure its Bush's fault!

    Just to add
    What do you think???
     
  4. DCortez

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    This is going to amount to The Secret Police. The hair is still standing up on my arms.
     
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    holy crap here come the gestapo!!!
     
  6. DCortez

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    I'll look for the link later, but this, combined with DOHbama's civilian police force push a few months back does not sit well with me. As mentioned in another post, this is starting to remind me of that movie, The Killing Fields.


    For a few generations now, the Left, and I'm sure many others, have slowly been cultivating Americans. They are the farmers, we are the fields. The founding fathers understood human nature.
     
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    Think I'll head out and buy some more ammo ...
     
  8. DCortez

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    I'm suprised more people are upset over this. Kudos to DOHbama and his henchmen for keeping this buried.

    Hot Air had a measly 36 responses earlier, but now up to 109. Am I living in crazy land or is my tin foil hat on backwards?
     
  9. hard shot

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    I said it to everone that I know he is setting the U.S.A. up for the fall
    and setting the rest up for one world order. We will already be there
    already to be asemulated and most will not see it coming the ones that has thier heads in the sand that is...
    :fighting0010::mad0071::patriot:

    resistance is futile prepare to be assimilated
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  10. texas1willy2

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    This fits nicely with many other things I've been reading about here's one:

    BILLINGS - The jail in Hardin has been empty for about two years, but on September 4th officials with the Two Rivers Authority, the economic development agency that paid for the facility, signed a contract with a private police firm called American Police Force to fill the jail.
    "I think it's a great situation," said Al Peterson the Vice President of Two Rivers Authority. "I have found these people to be wonderful community partners."
    The company's website states the U.S. government is their biggest client, but an Associated Press search of two comprehensive federal government contractor databases turned up no record of American Police Force.
    Several media agencies have identified inconsistencies with the company. For instance their website states they have "years of experience," but a company spokesman said the corporation was formed this February. They also list an address to a building in Washington D.C., but no one at that address has ever heard of them.
    "At this point that does not concern me." Peterson said. "I've been in contact with enough members of the A.P.F. and their representatives."
    A company spokesman who would only identify himself as Captain Michael said they have never had experience housing prisoners and the jail was not the biggest attraction in Hardin.
    "We don't really want to get into the prison business," he said. "We were actually interested more in the training center."
    While he can't specify exactly what they will be training for, the company investigates everything from missing persons to insurance fraud to cheating spouses.
    Peterson said they're excited to have a military presence in a town without a police force. A.P.F. has already put down what Captain Michael calls a "substantial amount of money."
    They'll be in Hardin next week and start filling about 250 positions, 80% of which will be hired locally.
    "We will bring the city of Hardin back on their feet," Michael said.
    Two Rivers Authority officials will present the information at a city council meeting Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. in Hardin, but they do have a signed contract and do not need council approval.
    For the most up to date information about the American Police Force in Hardin, click here.
    American Police Force | KULR-8 News, Sports, Weather - Billings, Montana | Local Top Stories
     

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