ARE these Paramilitary FOREIGN MERCENARIES, NATIONAL GUARD, MILITARY, SOLDIERS OR POLICE ? EVER HEARD OF POSSE COMITATUS ? LOOKS LIKE, SMELLS LIKE MARTIAL LAW !!! POLICE STATE ENOUGH YET ? EVER HEARD OF NDAA, NDRP, HR347 & PATRIOT ACT ? THIS IS A TEST PILOT RUN IN PREPARATION FOR THE RNC IN TAMPA (SEQUEL TO DNC/RNC 1960'S CONVENTION RIOTS &/OR KENT STATE MURDERS) !!!
President Barack Obama, along with many Democrats, likes to say that, while they may disagree with the GOP on many issues related to national security, they absolutely share their admiration and dedication to members of our armed forces. Obama, in particular, enjoys being seen visiting troops and having photos taken with members of our military. So, why is his campaign and the Democrat party suing to restrict their ability to vote in the upcoming election?
EVER NOTICE THE SIMILARITY IN THEIR 3 NAMES & MUSLIM FAITH ?
barack saddam HUSSEIN OBAMA OSAMA bin laden ?
OSAMA BIN LADEN
BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA
EVER NOTICE THE SIMILARITY IN THE 3 NAMES ? barack saddam HUSSEIN OSAMA bin laden OBAMA ?
FRANK RUSSELL DAVIS, JR. AKA BARRY SOETORO AKA BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA
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LOCATION CORNWALL SW ENGLAND… WATCH IN HD!
Published on 2 Aug 2012 by SignsofThyComing
Former Mossad chief: Iran should be very fearful over next 12 weeks
World needs to keep ‘maximum pressure’ on Iran, Panetta says
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta threatens Iran with military strike if it develops nuclear weapons… but Israel says the promises of force aren’t enough
Published on 31 Jul 2012 by FreiwilligFrei
This video is a US-version of the video “Nachricht an das Stimmvieh”, produced by FreiwilligFrei.de, a german group of bloggers and activists.http://www.freiwilligfrei.info/ focuses on voluntarism and the philosophy of freedom.
The „rulers” actually don’t matter. They are vastly outnumbered by the people like you and me. The problem is those who legitimate the “rulers” with their votes, remaining silent when the “rulers” commit evils in their names.
Most of them do not feel bad about that. Many of them even cheer and applaude to their “rulers” and they defend the crimes they commit.
Larken Rose is looking for answers to this absurd behavior and blames the concept of authority. From early childhood most people are conditioned to listen to authority when they try to figure out what is right and what is wrong instead of listening to their own hearts, their own conscience and their own moral values.
As adults they see everyone as a „good person” who blindly obeys any random authority. And in their pursuit of becoming such a „good person” they will use every means. In particular they love to oppose violently against those who stand up for true freedom.
Larken Rose sums it up in one sentence:
„The problem is not those in power, the problem is right between your ears.”
The speech in this video is an excerpt of the novel „The Iron Web” by Larken Rose.
Grant’s speech from the novel „The Iron Web” by Larken Rose
Published on 2 Aug 2012 by larrabeeg
Norwegan leaders letter of warning about Nibiru went to Project Camelot in Norway in 2008
Fiscal support and conditions attached to a planned IMF loan deal of about US$2 billion (Dh7.34bn) may help to ease Jordan’s perilous balance sheet slide, say analysts.
“It should help and give them some space and relieve some pressure from the local banks, which have been funding the government debt,” said Rachel Ziemba, the director of Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa and global macro-economics at Roubini Global Economics. While the size of the package, announced last week, is large relative to Jordan’s modest quota at the IMF, the funds will not cover all the country’s needs. Its annual subsidies bill alone is estimated at more than $3bn a year.
But the funding should assist in financing the current account deficit, expected to widen to 14 per cent of GDP this year.
Jordan’s economy is reeling after a series of shocks starting with the Arab Spring last year. Protests flared in the country briefly and wider region, deterring investors and tourists, an important source of foreign exchange revenues.
Energy import bills also have risen after more than a dozen bomb attacks since early last year on the Egyptian gas pipeline that supplies Jordan.
More recently, an escalation of the conflict in Syria has hit Jordan’s transport industry and sparked an influx of refugees.
“The IMF agreement will help stabilise price action, given the ongoing risks from external and domestic shocks,” wrote Jonny Goulden and Brahim Razgallah in a JPMorgan research note last week.
But analysts say the deal may also be important in deflating a bloated public sector. Conditions attached to the three-year IMF programme are likely to require measures similar to an austerity drive unveiled by the government in May.
Those steps, which included electricity and fuel price rises and some tax increases, were “significant measures to bring the fiscal and energy policies to a sustainable path”, the IMF said last week. It added the loan was partly designed to encourage further budget consolidation.
Ohio Superintendent of Public Instruction Stan Heffner
Another day, another corrupt politician. Ohio’s Inspector General released a report today stating that Ohio Superintendent of Public Instruction Stan Heffner was found to be in a conflict of interest when he testified to a legislative committee in favor of increased educator testing.
Heffner had secured a position at Educational Testing Service (ETS) prior to the testimony. ETS is a Texas-based company that provides testing services to schools. The report found the bill Heffner testified for “ultimately did benefit” ETS.
In other words, Heffner, as the head of the Department of Education, testified in front of the Ohio legislature to secure a deal that benefited a company he was working for.
As if that wasn’t enough, the investigation also found that Heffner was using company resources to negotiate his employment with ETS.
Published on 22 Jul 2012 by Katielovesfudge