April 13, 2012
There is a war criminal on the loose who was trained by the CIA. His victims include women and children. And his crimes rival those of the 20th century’s most infamous totalitarian dictators.
But he is not hiding in the jungles of Uganda or the mountains of Afghanistan. He is hiding behind a fake persona in the White House in Washington D.C.
His official name is Barack Hussein Obama. But critics believe his original name is Barry Soetoro.
Numerous independent investigators have proven beyond a reasonable doubt that Mr. Obama’s official birth certificate which was released last year to the public is a forgery. They charge that Obama has pulled the wool over the world’s eyes. Some have even described him as an illegal alien.
Most of the criticism of President Obama has been mild compared to the criticism of President Bush. Deniers say that Obama’s fraudulent history and CIA background is too crazy to be true. There are only a few voices on the margins of the political spectrum who have seriously challenged his legitimacy, his secret background, and his dictatorial policies. But a new public education campaign hopes to change that.
The campaign is called “Impeach Obama 2012,” and it is a project of filmmaker Sean Stone and Infowars.com. It was launched on April 11, 2012, with the release of a short video that presents a brief list of Mr. Obama’s acts of treason against the United States of America and the American people. The video also informs the viewer of Resolution 107 in Congress by Congressman Walter Jones of North Carolina that calls for the impeachment of President Obama should he decide to take America to war without first seeking congressional approval.
“Now is the time.” declares Stone, “If we choose to surrender our Republic to the machinations of a dictatorship for fear of external threats, terrorism, and other amorphous enemies, then we do not deserve the Republic which was given to us by our forefathers, and promised to us based on the pledge that this is a Republic of the people, by the people, and for the people. Consequently, as a Republic belonging to us, we are not accountable to the President and the Congress, they are accountable to us. And should the President presume dictatorial powers, regardless of the state of war that he may claim we are now in, he must respond to our demands to protect American citizens from unauthorized illegal detention by the military and to annul the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012. And if he does not do so, then he deserves to be impeached immediately. But if we say nothing today, where will we be tomorrow?”
The public campaign to impeach the con artist President Barack Obama is a call to action not against one man alone, but against a political system of evil that masks its injustices by propagating official myths and censoring information that would change the destiny of humanity if released to the global general public.
Regardless of Republican or Democrat, white or black, man or woman, straight or gay, young or old, the Office of the Presidency will remain a dictatorship of the oligarchs and corporations as long as the American people don’t reassert their power, their sovereignty, their conscience, and their rights.
Impeaching President Obama would be step one in a long and chaotic transformation. This is not a left or right issue. It is a constitutional issue. A similar campaign to impeach the President was made during the later stages of George W. Bush’s presidency. But the political left argued then that it would be better for the country if the American people put their energies into electing a young and smart democratic president named Barack Obama who offered hope and change. Nearly four years into his presidency, however, Obama’s impact on America has been for the worse.
Last year, after President Obama’s committed the United States to overthrowing Libya’s government, Ralph Nader said that President Obama should be impeached for violating the U.S. Constitution and committing crimes against humanity. Nader said:
“Barack Obama is committing the same crimes as Bush and Cheney, in fact worse ones in Afghanistan. Innocents are being slaughtered, we’re creating more enemies, he’s violating international law. He’s not constitutionally authorized to do what he’s doing, he’s using State secrets, he’s engaging in illegal surveillance, the CIA is running wild without any kind of circumscribed legal standards or disclosure… why don’t we say what’s on the minds of many legal experts; that the Obama administration is committing war crimes and if Bush should have been impeached, Obama should be impeached.”
Nader’s impeachment remarks were necessary then, and they are even more necessary now because of Obama’s latest police state decrees. The 2012 NDAA Act and the National Defense Resources Preparedness Executive Order have further put the existence of America’s constitutional republic into jeopardy.
“If the makers of Kony 2012 can receive international viral coverage for putting out a film that was little more than a veiled call for another unconstitutional invasion,” writes Paul Joseph Watson, “this call to impeach Obama deserves equal attention.”
A systematically brainwashed public has trouble believing that President Obama is a liar and a fraud, which makes public education campaigns such as Impeach Obama 2012 that much more important.
Instead of chasing terrorists in the jungles and mountains of faraway continents, the American people should chase out the terrorists in their own backyard – Washington D.C. and Wall Street.
In 2012, the greatest evil that threatens the United States and all life on this planet originates not from Uganda, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Pakistan, or Iran, but from the dark circles of power in Washington D.C., London, and Tel Aviv.
President Barack Obama, as the spokesman for the dictatorship of the banksters, is the voice of the dark side. Impeaching him would send a clear message to the mass murderers and state terrorists who hijacked Washington that the age of complicity, stupidity, and apathy is over.
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Saman Mohammadi is the writer and editor at The Excavator Blog
This article was posted: Friday, April 13, 2012 at 3:08 am