|I have an opinion on the claim by Ahmadinejad that the United States is going to start two new wars in the Mideast within the next three months.
The claim by Ahmadinejad, if it proves correct, will produce emergencies of grand proportions where lives will be threatened. Obama will need emergencies of this nature in order to activate the powers granted him by George W. Bush in two security directives issued in May, 2007 and a FEMA Federal Continuity Directive (FCD) issued in February, 2008.
These powers are reported to include the right/duty of disbanding the Supreme Court and sending Congress home for the duration of the perceived emergency. Oh, did I mention that there is no definition of “emergency” and the length of time an emergency can exist is not spelled out? Obama, in a time of emergency (?) can declare that an emergency does exist and actually take over as the one and only leader responsible for governing the U.S. To me this sounds like he has the power to become dictator, king, or what have you.
Subject: National Continuity Policy
This directive establishes a comprehensive national policy on the continuity of Federal Government structures and operations and a single National Continuity Coordinator responsible for coordinating the development and implementation of Federal continuity policies. This policy establishes “National Essential Functions,” prescribes continuity requirements for all executive departments and agencies, and provides guidance for State, local, territorial, and tribal governments, and private sector organizations in order to ensure a comprehensive and integrated national continuity program that will enhance the credibility of our national security posture and enable a more rapid and effective response to and recovery from a national emergency.
Subject: National Continuity Policy
This directive establishes a comprehensive national policy on the continuity of Federal Government structures and operations, and also creates the position of a single National Continuity Coordinator responsible for coordinating the development and implementation of Federal continuity policies. This policy establishes ‘National Essential Functions,’ prescribes continuity requirements for all executive departments and agencies, in order to ensure a comprehensive and integrated national continuity program that will enhance the credibility of our national security posture and enable a more rapid and effective response to and recovery from a national emergency.
Following these, in February, 2008 came:
Federal Continuity Directive 1 (FCD 1) (linked to pdf copy of directive)
FEMA National Continuity Programs
This Federal Continuity Directive 1(FCD 1) provides direction to the Federal executive branch for developing continuity plans and programs. Continuity planning facilitates the performance of executive branch essential functions during all-hazards emergencies or other situations that may disrupt normal operations. The ultimate goal of continuity in the executive branch is the continuation of National Essential Functions (NEFs).
The following is an article from The Arab American News
|Ahmadinejad: U.S. to start new Mideast wars
Friday, 07.30.2010, 01:47am
TEHRAN — Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said the United States is planning to launch two wars in the Middle East in order to pressure Tehran, English-language Press TV reported on Tuesday.
“We have precise information that the Americans have devised a plot… they plan to attack at least two countries in the region within the next three months,” he said in remarks Press TV posted on its website from an interview with him late Monday.
Ahmadinejad said the United States was seeking to achieve two main objectives from these wars.
“First of all, they want to hamper Iran’s progress and development since they are opposed to our growth, and, secondly, they want to save the Zionist regime because it has reached a dead-end and the Zionists believe they can be saved through a military confrontation,” he said referring to Israel.
Iran vowed on Tuesday to press ahead with its nuclear program as it condemned tough new sanctions.
The European Union slapped fresh sanctions on Iran’s key energy sector on Monday in a bid to halt its sensitive uranium enrichment program. Canada followed suit, and the United States said the punitive steps would bite.
“These sanctions will not help in resuming talks and will not affect Iran’s determination to defend its legitimate right to pursue a peaceful nuclear program,” foreign ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast.
The punitive measures would “not help in advancing the talks,” he said, as quoted by the official IRNA news agency on Tuesday.
The EU sanctions follow similar measures meted out by the United States by going beyond a fourth set of UN sanctions imposed on June 9 over Iran’s refusal to freeze uranium enrichment.
Among their measures are a ban on the sale of equipment, technology and services to Iran’s energy sector, and steps to hit activities in refining, liquefied natural gas, exploration and production, EU diplomats said.
New investments in the energy sector were also banned.
Iran is the world’s fourth largest producer of crude oil, but imports 40 percent of its fuel needs because it lacks enough refining capabilities to meet domestic demand.
The Iranian banking sector was also hit by restrictions, forcing any transactions of more than 40,000 euros (52,000 dollars) to be authorized by EU governments before they can go ahead.
Iran also has the world’s second-largest reserves of natural gas after Russia, but the development of its giant gas fields has been delayed due to a lack of investment in a country faced with severe gas needs of its own and because of difficulties in procuring the required technology.
Several top global energy majors have already quit Iran, or have been considering an exit since the fresh set of UN sanctions.
The last high-level meeting between Iran and the six world powers was held in Geneva in October 2009 when the two sides agreed a nuclear fuel swap deal that has since stalled.
Western powers have demanded Iran suspend its uranium enrichment program, fearing Tehran would use the material to build a nuclear bomb. Iran says its atomic program is a peaceful drive to produce energy.
On Monday Iran responded to queries raised by the Vienna group of diplomatic powers — France, Russia and the United States — over a nuclear fuel swap proposal by Brazil, Turkey and Tehran.
Ali Asghar Soltanieh, Iran’s envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency, said Tehran was ready for “prompt talks without any preconditions” over the fuel swap deal.
Iran also said earlier this month that talks over Iran’s overall nuclear program could begin in September after EU foreign affairs chief Catherine Ashton reached out to Iran’s chief nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili in a letter in June.
Well folks, take a look at this hand-me-down from Republican to Far Left Democrat and see if you think that there is definitely a conspiracy of “the parties” to advance the New World Order / One World Government. My opinion is that there is definitely a conspiracy of the parties against America, the Republic and its free people.
Please do not vote for anyone in your States primary election that has previously served in a public office….unless….during that service these persons have absolutely demonstrated that they defend the Constitution from all enemies both foreign and domestic and that they believe in, and work in accordance with the Constitution as it was originally written.
Be sure that you call and talk with all new candidates and be sure that they are strict Constitutionalists and that they will serve their constituents first, not the party.
All the best to all of the very best, Joe Hollinger, God Bless America!
- STOP THE SENATE FROM EXTENDING THE “UNDETECTABLE FIREARMS ACT” WITH NEW GUN CONTROLS!
- Change the Constitution? Only WE the People have that power!
- BAD NEWS All, House passes anti-gun bill in 24 hrs, last lead smelter shut down, no more lead for U.S. made ammo
- House passes a 10yr extensions of Undetectable Firearms Act, Schumer says he will tack on his gun control measures in Senate.
- Stop the extension of the “undetectable” firearms act by S.1774, A bill to reauthorize the Undetectable Firearms Act of 1988 for 1 year.