Friday, January 1, 2010

INTERPOL Now Above The Law

And ready for action...


"INTERPOL is the world’s largest international police organization, with 188 member countries. Created in 1923, it facilitates cross-border police co-operation, and supports and assists all organizations, authorities and services whose mission is to prevent or combat international crime."

INTERPOL has been granted full immunity to operate in the United States by an executive order signed December 17, 2009 by President Obama.

On December 29, 2009 the classification protocols for originating SECRET and TOP SECRET documents were modified and expanded by executive order.

Classification authority can be delegated (Section 1.3), which means the Czars will likely be able to exercise this classification authority via delegation from the President of the united States.

Why should the Department of Agriculture have authority to originate SECRET documents?

Except in rare cases in the stewardship of a limited government, government secrets are not good for liberty.

"They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety." ~ Benjamin Franklin

INTERPOL - History and Current Events

INTERPOL was founded in 1923 and was taken over by Germany from 1938 until 1945. Four of the presidents of INTERPOL were Nazi SS officers. The President that revitalized the organization after WWII was from France, but also worked for the last of the German leaders.

Hitler used INTERPOL as a control point for the police infrastructure across the nations Germany was conquering. By exercising central power to pressure the leading police officials to control their own personnel, Hitler controlled of all the police powers of the state. It was a sinister and effective system of control.

INTERPOL is reportedly the second largest international organization after the UN.

INTERPOL is working together with UN officials and the 188 member countries to "debate the global police issue and to craft a declaration that would lead to an action plan for international police peacekeeping within 12 months."

Today in the united States, we have agencies originating TOP SECRET and SECRET documents which will be off limits, even through the Freedom of Information Act.

These documents can be used to guide police activities conducted by INTERPOL on US soil for which INTERPOL has no oversight and is answerable to no one. INTERPOL can operate completely above the law.

We will not know if anyone makes use of this system until it is too late to do much about it. One thing is certain. At least one legally untouchable domestic black-ops system is in place if any high officials decide they want to use it.

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