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    Here is another one of Hussein’s major disasters:

    Once again he hands an international organization authority just as Panetta did at a Senate Committee hearing:

    Hopefully, Egypt will tell INTERPOL to get lost. That is not all bad: NGO workers promoting democracy should go to jail; if not in Egypt then here at home:

    U.S. Pressing Interpol to Deny Egypt's Request to Arrest NGO Workers
    By Sara Sorcher
    Updated: April 4, 2012 | 6:54 p.m.
    April 4, 2012 | 6:28 p.m.

    U.S. Pressing Interpol to Deny Egypt's Request to Arrest NGO Workers - Sara Sorcher - NationalJournal.com

    First question: Was the bail paid with tax dollars? Answer: My best guess is yes, and probably with State Department funds. US agencies promote the liberal agenda by funding various NGOs. Democracy’s parasites never pay for anything with their own money.

    Next question: What the hell is a democracy worker? Answer: Whatever they are the penalty should be doubled if they were promoting a political agenda with American tax dollars. I, for one, do not want to pay for advancing democracy in Egypt or anywhere else.

    INTERPOL

    Less than a year after Hussein was inaugurated he began betraying this country. Not only is the UN above the law in this country Hussein extended the privilege to INTERPOL. See this article for a thorough analysis:


    Wither Sovereignty
    Executive Order Amended to Immunize INTERPOL In America - Is The ICC Next?
    By Steve Schippert, Clyde Middleton December 23, 2009

    ThreatsWatch.Org: PrincipalAnalysis: Wither Sovereignty

    Using INTERPOL to protect NGOs is a logical step.

    On the domestic front Hussein gave INTERPOL the Magic Bullet: Diplomatic immunity. See this article for an analysis of diplomatic immunity and INTERPOL:


    January 8, 2010 12:30 P.M.
    Interpol Immunity
    Obama takes America down another notch with an unnecessary, reckless act.

    Interpol Immunity - Andrew C. McCarthy - National Review Online

    My analysis centers on Hussein & Company’s hatred of America’s intelligence community when they do not control it; ergo, bring in INTERPOL because it can be trusted. In short: INTERPOL personnel have the organizational skills to train the leadership in Hussein’s ragtag, riffraff, organizations. I believe that is why he amended EO 12425.

    INTERPOL has to have diplomatic immunity to protect itself, and protect its connection to Hussein’s Ready Reserve Corps, from the prying eyes of the FBI and local police forces. Eric Holder is in place to see that nothing goes wrong.

    Should you research INTERPOL you will find this common error: INTERPOL was established in 1923, disbanded in 1938, and reconstituted in 1946. The article at this link proves otherwise:


    Changing the meaning of policing
    Interpol – Fascist Friends
    By Barry Napier Tuesday, January 12, 2010

    Interpol – Fascist Friends

    This excerpt from Barry Napier’s piece about INTERPOL working with Nazi Germany is frightening when you relate it to Hussein’s Ready Reserve Corps:

    NOTE: I want to make it clear that I see Communists and Nazis as one and the same. I don’t want to fall into the trap of appearing to favor Communists because I attack Nazis. The Nazi trap has been a mainstay of the Left since the 1930s. Here’s the trap: Nazis are bad so Communists must be good.

    Hussein cannot gamble on controlling the FBI et al. when the going gets rough. Obviously, everything Hussein is attempting requires a command center. The UN is that command center. In addition he is putting machinery in place that will be there after he is gone. Fortunately for Hussein he has the UN. By extension, the United Nations and INTERPOL have grown close in recent years.

    Note that INTERPOL is not officially a United Nations agency; nevertheless, Napier’s piece makes the connection:


    Is Hussein & Company starting to look like the reincarnation of long-dead Nazis?

    Hussein now has two International organizations with diplomatic immunity operating in the United States for no other purpose than to bring the American people to totalitarian government.

    In theory

    In theory, INTERPOL avoids crimes that deal with military, racial, religious, and political matters. So why is Hussein calling on INTERPOL to handle what is clearly a political matter in Egypt?

    Parenthetically, environmental garbage is also political. So why is INTERPOL involving itself in the UN’s environmental agenda? Answer: Now that the global warming fraud has been exposed the UN is looking for new territory. Turning to INTERPOL to “criminalize” new environmental scare tactics is the obvious choice. Interestingly, global warming freakazoids never had INTERPOL’s services:


    Interpol pledges war on environmental crime
    Mon Nov 8, 3:28 pm ET

    Interpol pledges war on environmental crime

    Broadening INTERPOL authority is a step towards trials in the UN’s International Criminal Court.

    If the media, and the Congress, continue to ignore INTERPOL’s newly acquired status in this country they are either blind, or in full agreement with Hussein. INTERPOL left unchallenged is a look into a certain future. The day will come when the American people wake up in chains and ask themselves “How did this happen?”

    Add up the train wrecks Hussein got away with to date, and the proverbial straw that breaks the camel’s back will have to be the size of a giant redwood tree to break the UN’s back.
     
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