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Holder’s Ridiculous Justification for Assassination

US Attorney General, Eric Holderby Jacob G. Hornberger

With Attorney General Eric Holder’s speech attempting to justify the president’s omnipotent power to assassinate Americans, we are seeing, once again, the consequences of having permitted U.S. officials with getting away with the sham of converting a criminal offense, terrorism, into an “act of war.” In his speech at Northwestern University, Holder claimed that when the president’s forces kill Americans or anyone else, it’s not assassination at all. Instead, he said, it’s just part of “war.” After all, he intimated, in war that’s what both sides do — they kill each other.

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Imperial Rage for War

John McCainAmerica ravages the world one country at a time or in multiples. Post-9/11 alone, millions died. Vast destruction was caused. Human misery caused is incalculable.

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India Bans Israeli Weapons

Israeli weaponsApartheid Israel corruption

The Indian Defence Ministry has banned for 10 years some defence contractors for corruption, notably Israeli Military Industries which supplies weapons, ammunition and military technology to the Israeli military, including the Uzi submachine gun used by criminals and mercenaries around the world to kill people (see “Indian Defence Ministry bans 6 arms firms”, UPI, 6 March 2012 ).

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Obama, AIPAC and the Rest of US

Obama, AIPACAt AIPAC annual conference, the American president had to go out of his way to appease his Jewish crowd. He used every trick in the book, he even peppered his talk with some Yiddish sporadic words and he did it all just to justify his decision not to launch a World War as yet.

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Don’t Invade Portugal

George Wrightby Jacob G. Hornberger

We can only hope that President Obama doesn’t order a military invasion of Portugal for refusing an extradition request by the U.S. government to extradite a convicted murderer to the United States.

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