Yesterday a friend of mine sent me a post nicely done by Nancy Jacques from As A Mom , in which she talks about her interaction with Congressmen Mike Rogers (R-MI), a former FBI agent. He has introduced bill H.R.4453 to repeal the Executive Order signed December 16, 2009 by President Obama which would grant special privileges and diplomatic immunities to Interpol. The bill is currently co-sponsored by the following six Representatives:
Please join her in her campaign to influence others to co-sponsor the bill as well. She crafted the following letter for you to utilize, if you wish, to send your congressperson. She did a fine job of illustrating the importance and the issues involved with what President Obama is trying to implement upon the American people by unconstitutional use of Executive Order. Executive orders circumvent the legislative process by not requiring approval of the Senate, House or the American People. Before sending the letter, it is imperative that you digest what she is trying to illustrate. President Obama has, to date signed 44 executive orders, including three signed 01/22/2010 which are not posted yet to the disposition tables. This is just another example of the Obama Administration creating legislation and policy behind closed doors. I urge you to send this letter, or one similar, off to your Representative.
Dear Honorable Congress Member,
It is urgent that I let you know that Two days after the President was sworn in, he began putting other dangerous legislative mechanisms in place; hence, it is critical to revoke EO 13524 as a first step. Please review this, and you will understand the framework that is being put into place.
DoD Directive 1404.10: “DoD Civilian Expeditionary Workforce” dated Jan 23, 2009 which builds and authorizes a civilian 'Force' to operate within the DoD. The 1992 directive mentions the term “overseas” no fewer than 33 times. The 2009 directive does not mention the term “overseas” even once.” http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/corres/pdf/140410p.pdf
Soros supported RAND Corp Report: “A Stability Police Force for the United States” 2009 (heavily redacted) which describes the feasibility, methods and cost associated with creating the ‘Force’ to circumvent the Posse Comitatus Act http://www.rand.org/pubs/research_briefs/RB9432/
H.R. 675: “TO AMEND TITLE 10, United States Code, to provide police officers, criminal investigators, and game law enforcement officers of the Department of Defense with authority to execute warrants, make arrests, and carry firearms.” introduced Jan 26, 2009 (in committee) to expand the DoD ‘Force’. http://www.govtrack.us/congress/billtext.xpd?bill=h111-675
H.R. 645: "National Emergency Centers Establishment Act" introduced Jan 22, 2009 (in committee) which creates facilities to house people under the direct control of DHS (not FEMA) http://www.govtrack.us/congress/billtext.xpd?bill=h111-645
EO 12425 on Dec 16, 2009, whereby an international police ‘Force’ is authorized to act within the U.S. that is no longer subject to 4th Amendment Search and Seizure (expanding the ‘Force’). http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/executive-order-amending-executive-order-12425
President Obama, during the campaign - which no one, and I mean NO ONE asked him to explain. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tt2yGzHfy7s
DHS' 2009 report defines who the 'terrorists' are http://www.fas.org/irp/eprint/rightwing.pdf [DHS basically deems patriotic Americans as terrorists]
RAND Corp Report – A Stability Police Force for the U.S. [text excerpt: “CONCLUSIONS”]
“Weighing all considerations, the researchers concluded that the best option would be a 6,000-person hybrid force headquartered in the U.S. Marshals Service. The personnel in reserve status could be employed in state and local police forces so they would be able to exercise police functions in a civilian population daily and could be called up as needed. The Marshals Service was deemed to have many of the requisite skills. However, its training and management capabilities would need to be expanded to take on this large mission, and it would have to recruit additional personnel as well. The annual cost, $637 million, is reasonable given the capability it buys. The cost savings in relieving military forces of these duties could be greater than required to create the SPF.
The Military Police option was attractive for a number of reasons, especially its capacity, training, and logistical capabilities, but its inability to engage in policing activities when not deployed was a major stumbling block. The Posse Comitatus Act precludes military personnel from exercising police functions in a civilian setting, and legislative relief might be difficult to get. Even if such relief were forthcoming, it is unclear where and how routine police skills might be honed.
Creation of a civilian SPF would not affect the roles that other elements of the U.S. government would play. Rather, it would complement other agencies such as the departments of Defense and State. But the SPF would provide a necessary capability, and the U.S. Army should support its creation.”
I am so hopeful that you can reverse/revoke the dangerous legislative instruments that this administration is putting in place. I’ll await your response to this URGENT matter.
Thank you so much,
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