Wednesday, February 6, 2013
[LEAKED] Obama's Rules for Assassinating American Citizens
A happy belated New Year to all of you. Here is our very first post for the 2013 year and also let's go ahead and welcome our very own President Barack Obama back for another term! In 2008, America made a drastic change by electing it's first African American president into the Oval Office. From then on, we have all been very excited with the promising hopes of change, looking forward to a future with no more war, no more poverty and no more economic suffrage, debt and dependency. And yet here we are...four years later and we are still looking for that change. Throughout the course of this man's term however, Obama has made some stunning achievements as president; health care reform was finally passed, the stimulus package & Wall Street reform was passed, he turned around the auto industry, generally improved America's image and did many other things that if you wish to know about, you can find out about right here. Now, as you're reading through that list, make sure you read and understand very carefully what some of those achievements really consist of. For example, his 21st achievement "Tightened Sanctions on Iraq". I'm not going to get into excruciating detail about any of these simply because that's not what this post is about, but you have to really THINK and UNDERSTAND what "achievements" we are really celebrating. I'm sure many of you would also approve of his fourth and maybe his fifth achievement, something about ending the War in Iraq is what it's talking about (and what we generally believe) right? Anyways, this post is to celebrate his newest achievement that was just leaked to NBC news yesterday; a secretish 16-page white paper from the Department of Justice that was provided to select members of the Senate last June. This paper, certainly a shock to read, is discussing the Obama Administration’s most secretive and controversial polices: its dramatically increased use of drone strikes against Al-Qaida suspects, including those aimed at American citizens, such as the September 2011 strike in Yemen that killed alleged Al-Qaida operatives Anwar al-Awlaki and Samir Khan. Both were U.S. citizens who had never been indicted by the U.S. government nor charged with any crimes. The confidential Justice Department “white paper” introduces a more expansive definition of self-defense or imminent attack than described by Brennan or Holder in their public speeches. It refers, for example, to what it calls a “broader concept of imminence” than actual intelligence about any ongoing plot against the U.S. homeland. Instead, it says, an “informed, high-level” official of the U.S. government may determine that the targeted American has been “recently” involved in “activities” posing a threat of a violent attack and “there is no evidence suggesting that he has renounced or abandoned such activities.” The memo does not define “recently” or “activities.” Below, you can go ahead and read this white paper yourself. And a special thanks to Mike Riggs for making this information public.