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“Before a standing army can rule, the people must be disarmed; as they are in almost every kingdom in Europe. The supreme power in America cannot enforce unjust laws by the sword; because the whole body of the people are armed, and constitute a force superior to any band of regular troops that can be, on any pretence, raised in the United States. A military force, at the command of Congress, can execute no laws, but such as the people perceive to be just and constitutional; for they will possess the power, and jealousy will instantly inspire the inclination, to resist the execution of a law which appears to them unjust and oppressive. “
— Noah Webster
Obama signs executive order freezing Iran assets in U.S.
U.S. President Barack Obama signed an executive order on Monday imposing new, stricter sanctions on Iran and its central bank, saying a broader asset freeze was necessary because Iranian banks were concealing transactions. ( This is the first stage of war, we have seen it over and over again.)
A leader in the pro-life community says he doubts former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney’s pro-life credentials, because the candidate for the GOP nomination for president never has stopped flip-flopping on the issue.
Indiana Voter Fraud Threatens to Envelop Senator Dick Lubar Indiana’s top elections official could lose his job and his freedom after jurors convicted him of multiple voter fraud-related charges on Saturday, leaving in flux the fate of one of the state’s most powerful positions.(All of our elections are frauds, that’s why I won’t vote again.)
President Obama’s latest policy outrage makes no attempt to hide his contempt for our military, as he is ordering that our troops serving overseas in war zones overseas are not to receive combat pay unless they are being shot at, or at risk of being injured by hostile aggression.
“The recent surge in violence, including bombings in Damascus on December 23 and January 6, has raised serious concerns that our Embassy is not sufficiently protected from armed attack,” Victoria Nuland, State Department spokeswoman, said in a statement. ( Why not tell the opposition forces to leave the embassy alone, the whole problem was organized by the U.S.)
The United States is spending around $12 billion a year to train the Afghan security force (ANSF), which is expected to rise to 352,000 men in order to take over security when NATO combat troops withdraw at the end of 2014. “To sustain sufficient security, the ANSF requires adequate financial support,” Panetta said in a speech in Munich, recalling that the international community committed to helping Afghanistan at a Bonn conference in December.
Europe coughing up cash for US military gamble in Iran – analyst Europeans should question why they are being asked to pay for an American-Israeli adventure in Iran during a time of unprecedented austerity, political analyst Chris Bambery told RT.
The Syrian opposition has announced the establishment of a new military structure, called the High Revolutionary Military Council – which will replace the Free Syrian Army, composed of defected Syrian Armed Forces personnel.
(They looked armed to me.)
As tensions continue to rise on Egyptian border, Sinai Peninsula IDF’s new border fortification plan is coming to fruition with fence, elite infantry force and sophisticated weapons systems.

Referring to the possibility that Eshel would be the one overseeing an IAF military strike on Iranian nuclear facilities, the officer said: “He’ll know how to prepare the forces in the most meticulous and perfect manner, and lay out all the possible scenarios and chances of success.”

The bomb used to kill Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan, 32, was one of two that were delivered to Iran via members of PJAK, the Party for Free Life of Kurdistan, a Kurdish separatist group, the Resalat daily newspaper reported Monday. (The PJAK is listed as a terrorist organization by the United States, so we are using terrorists to attack Iran.)
 The US ambassador to the United Nations said she was “disgusted” by the vote, which came a day after activists say Syrian forces bombarded the city of Homs, killing more than people in the worst night of bloodshed of the 11-month uprising. (Excuse me!! The shelling came from the opposition, not Syrian troops.)
European diplomat based in Islamabad says Israeli strike would force Pakistan to support Iranian retaliation, while EU official says ‘political and economic consequences of attack would be catastrophic for Europe’ (And Pakistan does have nuclear devices. Russia, China, Iran, Syria and Pakistan v. Israel, NATO and U.S., others haven’t committed yet, but they will be N. Korea and Japan siding with China. )
Is the Super Bowl a socialist enterprise? Yes the language is provocative but not, I believe, inappropriate. After all Indiana, the site of the next Super Bowl, is currently governed by those who insist government should play a minimal role and the word they, and their Republican counterparts around the country use to describe those who disagree is socialist. (It’s a ‘Roman Circus’ designed to keep the sheeple happy and stupid.)
One more thing that was not mentioned is that 14th Amendment, Citizens or U.S. Citizens are literally classified as Enemy Aliens to the corporation (federal government/District of Columbia). They claim a government title but in reality are nothing more than a DE FACTO corporation (District of Columbia Organic Act of 1871) and use force and fear to enforce their COLOR OF LAW. (A truly MUST READ article, this ties in everything including the Obama court trial, Income tax and Militia. The fact that their is a Constitutional Militia is all that stands in their way. Consider joining one or forming one.)
The political cartoon Dry Bones and its creator, Yaakov Kirschen, will receive the Israeli Museum of Caricature and Comics’ “Golden Pencil” (Be sure and watch the video.)
 Again, it must be stressed that not a single government in the world — including Israel — believes that Iran is building a nuclear weapon. Not one. No one is making that claim. In fact, leading figures in both the United States and Israel have made it very plain in recent weeks that they do not believe Iran is building a nuclear weapon. There is no Iranian nuclear weapons program. It does not exist.