Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Japan Considers Sending Ships to Fight Pirates

Something is up.....listen folks, I have been following this shit for years. We are on the verge of a major crisis and a world war. It is coming....

There are many factors....

If Obama does not get booted for his birth certificate, Israel is going to unleash on Iran, before Bush leaves office. Is this a deterrent? Is this also a deterrent to prevent India from attacking Pakistan?

That might be the real reason that China, Russia, NATO, Japan and so on are sending war ships to the Horn of Africa. The Horn of Africa is a stones throw away from the Persian Gulf, Pakistan and India.

You must be on drugs if you think that Russia and China are sending warships there to fight pirates in rubber boats. This is being used as an excuse to be in the area.,2933,472264,00.html

1 comment:

  1. Each and every member of Congress should be notified that he or she is personally liable (can be sued) for his or her own failure, or the same in conspiracy with other members, to perform what is a ministerial and constitutional duty, that is, to require and/or insist that Presidential electoral votes only be counted for candidates who are “natural born citizens” under Article II of the United States Constitution, the failure of which creates a cause of action for deprivation of claimants’ constitutional rights (as allowed under the Bivens case) against employees of the Federal Government, in this case, to a lawful President and Commander in Chief, and therefore, for deprivation of adequate continuation of the United States as a Constitutional Republic. The constitutionally tortious conduct is not subject to congressional immunity and would be the jettison of Article II of the Constitution by failure to stop and/or object to the counting of electoral votes for Barack H. Obama who has admitted that at the time of his birth his father was a Kenyan/British citizen and not a citizen of the United States of America.


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