Sunday, September 18, 2011


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More is being written about the sales of weapons to Mexican gangs and the American Agencies and individuals involved in this covert activity.

"Gunwalker" and "Fast and Furious" are names given to this activity, and used by the U.S. Congress in their "token" and superficial hearings on this covert program.

Having worked for, and know typical scenarios, ( outside law enforcement ) of the U.S. government, I would give much credence to the Cloward-Piven objective.
What branch of government, agency or office has NOT been corrupted under the current Regime? Outside the House of Representatives, all agencies have taken on a rogue attitude, and function only as an extension of the Regime. We have Obama’s own words, stated many times, that he wants to “fundamentally change our government”. He has illustrated he intends to fulfill this objective, and this thread is the most consistent in his policies.

It appears, to me, that no one wanted their “finger prints” on any facet of this operation; Typical "standard operating procedure" of subversive, covert, operations performed by members of the administration of government agencies. This is why the “operation” has not succeeded in it’s most important role; Secrecy. In situations like these, directives are given with enough ambiguity as to be deemed “non-credible”, or “misinterpreted”, with any attempt to apply a precise objective to the directives.
The American Electorate has learned there are always ulterior political motives behind every action of the Obama Regime.

If it weren’t for the abject corruption rampant in the current Regime in Washington, Special Prosecutors would be overwhelmed with serving subpoenas and conducting hearings on practically every activity this Regime has been involved in. I sincerely hope this endeavor will be implemented by the next administration.
Pelosi was right; “WE have to drain the swamp”.

Where is the condemnation of The Hague or the U.N.? Why are there no cries of threats to sovereignty from Mexico’s President?

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