THINK ABOUT IT! THINK ABOUT JUST WHO IS KILLING WHOM! AND CURRENTLY ATTEMPTING TO PASS G
think about it! think about just who is killing whom! and currently attempting to pass gun laws to prohibit those being killed from protecting themselves! [vkd]
THINK ABOUT IT! THINK ABOUT JUST WHO IS KILLING WHOM! AND CURRENTLY ATTEMPTING TO PASS GUN LAWS TO PROHIBIT THOSE BEING KILLED FROM PROTECTING THEMSELVES!
THINK ABOUT IT! GOING AFTER OUR CHILDREN A WAY TO STOP OUR FIRST LINE OF SELF DEFENSE
author: VKD and MULTIPLE AUTHORS
use your heads for something other than "hat racks"..vkd
THINK ABOUT THE LITTLE CHILDREN, MOTHERS AND FATHERS PRACTICING THE RELIGION OF THEIR CHOICE.. ALL SLAUGHTERED "MILITARY STYLE ASSAULT" AS WERE THE MINISTERS WHO WERE ROUNDED UP INTO THEIR CHUCH'S AND BURNED ALIVE BY NAZI SS WWII!
Think about WACO!
Texas town allows teachers to carry concealed guns
By By ANGELA K. BROWN | Associated Press - 8 hrs ago
PHOTO Associated Press/The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Ron T. Ennis - In this Aug. 25, 2008 photo, students arrive for the first day of classes at the Harrold Independent School District in Harrold, Texas. The school ... more
Associated Press/The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Ron T. Ennis - In this Aug. 25, 2008 photo, students arrive for the first day of classes at the Harrold Independent School District in Harrold, Texas. The school ... more has a policy allowing teachers and other employees to carry concealed weapons on campus. Some lawmakers in at least five other states are looking into similar legislation in the wake of last week's deadly elementary school shooting in Newton, Conn. Anti-gun groups oppose the measure. (AP Photo/The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Ron T. Ennis) MAGS OUT; (FORT WORTH WEEKLY, 360 WEST); INTERNET OUT
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Iran indicts 18 US officials over crimes: Judiciary spokesman
author: Iran's Prosecutor General and Judiciary Spokesman Gholam-Hos
COULD THES INDICTMENTS BE THE REASON FOR: Clinton sustains concussion; Benghazi testimony postponed ...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who canceled an overseas trip last weekend because of illness, suffered a concussion after fainting link to news.yahoo.com
Iran indicts 18 US officials over crimes: Judiciary spokesman
Iran's Prosecutor General and Judiciary Spokesman Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Ejei (file photo)
Mon Dec 17, 2012 4:6PM GMT
The Iranian Parliament has released a full list of 26 US officials wanted by Tehran for various crimes ranging from rights violations to acts of terror to involvement in drug-trafficking.
Spokesmen for the Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Kazem Jalali said on Sunday that the motion to impose sanctions on and prosecute certain American officials was unanimously adopted.
The officials on the list include commander of US forces in Iraq Raymond Odierno, USS Vincennes Captain Will Rogers III, former FBI chief Thomas J. Pickard, and the former commander of the US detention facility at Guantanamo Bay Geoffrey D. Miller, Jalali said.
Current Guantanamo commander Rear Admiral Jeffery Harbeson and former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld have also been sanctioned by Tehran, the Iranian lawmaker added.
Pickard is wanted for rights violations over his involvement in the siege of the Branch Davidian complex in Waco, Texas in 1993, and the death of over 80 of the cult's followers. He is also wanted for human rights violations during his tenure as the CIA station chief in Afghanistan and Iraq in 2003.
Miller, who commanded the US prison at Guantanamo Bay between 2002 and 2007, is charged with torture of inmates, while Harbeson is charged in connection with human rights violations at the detention center since 2010.
Rogers will have sanctions imposed on him over the killing of 290 Iranian civilians onboard Iran Air Flight 655, which was shot down by the USS Vincennes on July 3, 1988.
Rumsfeld, who was the US secretary of defense from 1975 to 1977 and from 2001 to 2006, is also on the list for the killing of thousands of civilians in the US-led wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. He is also charged in connection with human rights violations and torture at two notorious prisons, Abu Ghraib in Iraq and Bagram in Afghanistan.
Paul Bremer, the US administrator in Iraq from May 2003 to June 2004, and General Tommy Franks, who led the US invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq, are also on the list of US officials that the Iranian parliament plans to impose sanctions on.
Earlier this month, Amnesty International censured the US for its indefinite detentions of suspects in Afghanistan and at the Guantanamo Bay prison in Cuba.
In October 2010, the United Nations Human Rights Council issued a report in which it expressed serious concern about human rights violations in the United States.
Remember! This happened under the Clinton Administration.
after seeing the April 19, 1993 burning of the Branch Davidian church outside of Waco, Texas wondered: Did these people really commit mass suicide, as the government alleged, despite the clear evidence on television that the fire started after a tank crashed into one part of the building? Were they really as insane as the government claimed? Why did they have to be attacked with massive, military-like force 51 days earlier? What is the truth?
Read more: http://www.carolmoore.net/waco/
October 2010, the United Nations Human Rights Council issued a report in which it expressed serious concern about human rights violations in the United States.
OK! $64 THOUSAND DOLLAR QUESTION! [VKD]
Wednesday, 26-Dec-2012 10:18:08
On December 15, the day after the day after the shooting at a school in Newtown, Connecticut, State Department officials notified the press that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had fallen ill. "While suffering from a stomach virus, Secretary Clinton became dehydrated and fainted, sustaining a concussion," deputy assistant secretary Philippe Reines said in a statement to the press.
Since then, Clinton does not appear to have been sighted in public.
On December 19, Clinton missed the State Department holiday party. "I was going to congratulate her on her record-breaking travel," President Obama said, noting her absence. "These are not frequent-flyer miles," he joked. "She is tireless and extraordinary."
On the same day as her office announced her illness, they also put out word that Clinton would be missing the Benghazi hearing scheduled for December 20 on Capitol Hill. Indeed, she did miss that hearing, and another one has not yet been scheduled.
And on December 21, Clinton missed President Obama's announcement that John Kerry would be nominated as the next secretary of state. "Hillary wanted very much to be here today, but she continues to recuperate. I had a chance to talk to her earlier today, and she is in good spirits and could not be more excited about the announcement that I'm making," Obama said at that event, again noting Clinton's absence.
Clinton's last trip, to the Czech Republic, Belgium, Ireland, and Northern Ireland, returned December 7.
In her absence, she's still been putting out an occasional statement under her own name--but none related to her health. On December 21, she released a written message for Japan National Day and a statement on Kerry's nomination to replace her. A few days before that, on December 17, she released a statement on the death of Senator Daniel Inouye.
So, what's Hillary Clinton's status? Her situation is serious enough to sideline her for two weeks, but we still don't know what's going on. How serious is it? Does it prevent her carrying out the secretary of state duties?
Clinton has long-planned to step down as secretary of state "days" after Inauguration Day. The question is, where's Hillary and will we even see her before she leaves office?
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