Wednesday, December 23, 2009

This Does Not Bode Well

It seems President Barack Hussein Obama has changed an executive order that was signed by President Ronald Reagan in regards to the international police organisation called INTERPOL. By the stroke of a pen that affixed his signature he authorised a sweeping change to this executive order. Now agents of INTERPOL and their property will be treated as diplomats. They can do anything they want inside the United States and there will be no recourse. Congress, the courts, or citizens seeking justice will be unable to interfere with INTERPOL.

Considering there are warrants from foreign courts for the arrest of George W. Bush and Dick Cheney, INTERPOL can now try and execute those warrants at the bequest of these foreign governments on United States soil. This is going to get very ugly and the karmic irony of this executive order will arrive with INTERPOL arresting President Obama for war crimes in Afghanistan at the bequest of the ICC.


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Tom said...

Not good. Not good at all. Violates the concept of American sovereignty.

Merry Christmas, Anna.

pat said...

Likely unConstitutional. But it does show Obama's intent to deconstruct America.

Anna said...

Merry Christmas Tom and Pat.

Very unconstitutional, but I await Yemen to pursue arrests via such bodies as the ICC and INTERPOL for Obama and Gates for the botched cruise attack that killed so many civilians. Then watch other countries pile on.