Skip to comments.Interpol, In Your Midst
Posted on 01/02/2010 10:45:34 AM PST by opentalk
None of us can object to a police force, or an army, because humankind is too adept at being stupid and wicked. But, when a police force or army are used against the people they are meant to protect, they become agents of the wicked who wish to control us.
In an earlier article on Interpol I said that this global organisation now has complete diplomatic immunity to act as it wishes on US soil. It will not be long before it gains similar concessions worldwide. The reason it gained US approval first is that Obama has already promised America to the UN. But, some have misconstrued the situation
Interpol has no special officers of its own, apart from HQ managers. Interpol acts through local police departments, seconding local officers to do its work in that particular country. This is what will make Interpols interventions so secret! The police officer at your door will not be wearing an Interpol badge, but the badge of your own local police force.
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Why would we want a muslim based organization, called the UN policing America?
“This is why he has altered America so drastically: he is working towards rejoining the ICC, because it is part of his beloved UN. That is why he firstly handed America over to Interpol. As the USAs Hitler, he has just handed over the country to the SS.”
What’s troubling is Obama will not answer any questions as to why he drafted and signed the order.
I keep watching for Whatshisname to start up his civilian army. Is this it? Using our own police force?*sigh* I didn’t vote for this.
Even though Interpol officers may have diplomatic immunity, they do not have authority to arrest anybody, which means it is not illegal to resist arrest by an Interpol agent by any means that are reasonable and necessary.
It is of course illegal to resist arrest by a U.S. police officer, but the latter do not have diplomatic immunity and they must obey U.S. laws. In other words, they cannot arrest you unless you have broken a U.S. law as opposed to, for example, a Spanish law (and there is a Spanish magistrate who claims he can apply Spain’s laws outside Spain) that could conceivably involve Interpol.
from Oct 09:
The United Nations and Interpol, the global police organization, are poised to become partners in fighting crime by jointly creating an international police force.
Interpol, which is financed by 187 member nations, says the "global police doctrine" would allow the deployment of peacekeepers among rogue nations plagued by war and organized crime.
"We have a visionary model," said Interpol Secretary General Ronald K. Noble, who described the joint partnership "an alliance of all nations."
This Executive Order got less than 30 seconds from the MSM.
The wild west doesnt live here to the degree of most nations on this planet. We have the infrastructure in place to deal the issue. My suggestion? They have an inquiry? Drop it at the front door and let the FBI , CIA etc deal with it if it is warranted.
Anythin with UN written on it is dirty and corrupt from years of being bent and twisted from its original purpose. Worse that that? It too has been hijacked by the Islamic community. Ever notice their one sided perspective on rights for muslims and their overwhelming condemnation of Israel?
The organization is clearly out of control and should be dissolved.
This whole thing MAY be being blown out of proportion, though. I cannot envision Interpol agents trying to kidnap U.S. citizens for breaking the laws of other countries.
Instead, suppose Interpol has evidence that somebody in the U.S. is engaged in international drug dealing, child pornography, or selling women into white slavery—all of which ARE illegal in the U.S., and for which all of us WOULD like to see the perpetrators arrested. Then Interpol goes to the local police or FBI with the evidence, and the bad guys go to jail.
As long as Interpol limits its activities to the above, they are the good guys and should be treated as such.
They are immune from the checks and balances of US law enforcement.
They can do ANYTHING with NO repercussions.
Thusly, they become the BAD GUYS.
And WILL be treated as such.
The purpose of the inquiry is to investigate collusion between the Golden Triangle of the UNs WHO (World Health Organization), certain pharmaceutical companies, and academic scientists.
That scenario should sound familiar, as its similar to global warmings collusion between the UNs IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change), green energy corporations, and academic scientists.
Both scams were intended to redistribute the wealth globally, while making the Global Elite, very, very rich. They get to wipe out the middle-class, destroy capitalism, install a UN-run global regime, and get exceedingly wealthy, all at the same time. Its a win/win situation all around, for Progressives at least.
Very corrupt group, Obama seems to have an alliance with.
Thats all the UN is, corrupt top to bottom. It needs to be disbanded for the intended purpose has been pirated.
This article is finally a glint of hope that someone still has their head on correctly...
Interpol inspires little confidence in view of its history. Consider one thing only, from 1938 until 1945, Interpol’s police presidents were: Otto Steinhaeusl, Reinhard Heydrich, Artur Nebe, and Ernst Kaltenbrunner, all not only Nazis, but high-ranking officers of the SS/Gestapo. Heydrich was the planner/executor of the “final solution.” Nebe was the commander of one of the “Einsatzgruppen,” mobile execution teams, that followed the German Army into the Soviet Union in order to eliminate Jews.
Of course, no such thing could ever happen again, really ...
And WILL be treated as such.
Barry Soetoro is the perfect reverse barometer for indicating whether an action is good for America and freedom.
If he's for it, I'm against it, because it's evil. So far, this has been a 100% accurate forcasting tool.
I see no reason to believe that this executive order will be the first to break that trend.
Obamas most recent move of amending Executive Order 12425 is only 1 piece of the puzzle. Its consistent with, and appears strongly connected to the legislation, DoD Directive, Rand Corp Report, and other information delineated below (notice HR 645 was introduced right after Obama was sworn in as President):
H.R. 645: National Emergency Centers Establishment Act introduced Jan 22 2009, In Committee
[Section 102 of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief & Emergency Assistance Act (42 U.S.C. 5122) [62 pages].
This Act defines the emergency or natural disaster in which HR 645 can apply.]
DoD Directive 1404.10: DoD Civilian Expeditionary Workforce dated Jan 23, 2009
H.R. 675: TO AMEND TITLE 10, United States Code, to provide police officers, criminal investigators, and game law enforcement officers of the Department of Defense with authority to execute warrants, make arrests, and carry firearms. introduced Jan 26, 2009 (in committee)
RAND Corp Report: A Stability Police Force for the United States 2009 (full report heavily redacted)
It appears hes implementing the framework legislatively needed to take control of the American people very soon. Even though it may appear that the use of this civilian force will be used within the U.S. to protect us, it will certainly be used against those that this administration deems a risk to the U.S. as defined in the Homeland Security report identifying right-wing, military vets, etc. as a danger to the U.S.
Thanks for the ping.
Good post. Thanks.
He has declared War on Fox News. I am wondering if this might be part of the tools to destroy open speech rebellion?
It all sounds so illegal and complicated, I don't know what to believe anymore.
There is something to this EO but I really think the bigger picture is being missed worrying about their police powers. IMO, the bigger concern is that of classifying Interpol files as inviolable. What kind of information is being blocked or what could potentially be hidden there?
Interpol-Washington (USNCB) comes directly under the authority of DOJ and Homeland Security. Eric Holder just recently swore in Timothy A Williams as new Director of Interpol-Washington.
Also, take a look at Interpol's activities in combatting "environmental" crime.
The mission of INTERPOLs Environmental Crime Programme is to assist its member countries in the effective enforcement of national and international environmental laws and treaties. In this way we can contribute to the ongoing conservation of the worlds environment, biodiversity and natural resources.
The Environmental Crime Programme also works towards enhancing and developing the abilities of INTERPOL member countries at a national level, for example concerning the deterrence, apprehension, investigation and prosecution of environmental criminals, and it helps co-ordinate the actions of multiple countries in cases with international implications.
I ran across this article this morning
Pak shares DNA profiles with Interpol
Paris, March 22 (2009)
Pakistan has shared the DNA profiles of suspected terrorists linked to last years attacks in Mumbai with Interpol, the policy today said in what it called a benchmark move here.
Interpol, which has 187 member countries, said the information would allow it to help Pakistans Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to determine the full international dimension of the attacks.
Pakistans decision to send its DNA terrorist-related profiles to Interpol so that all member countries can compare their DNA profiles against them sets a benchmark for Interpol in terrorist-related investigations, Interpol Secretary-General Ronald K Noble said in a statement.
Interpol had said in December that India had not shared information with it about the attacks, which killed 179 people.
Pakistan, under pressure over Indian accusations that the 10 gunmen who had attacked Mumbai came from Pakistan, had also complained that India had yet to provide it with any evidence to push its investigation forward.
Tensions between the two countries, which are both members of Interpol, worsened since the attacks on Indias financial heart that killed 179 people. Reuters
What was it Obama said? “We are taking names.”
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