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    I guess this is beatting an old drum, but FYI anyway.... I guess Congress is trying to get caught back up,

    From Michigan's Senator Levin...


    Dear Mr. ricbak:

    Thank you for contacting me about President Obamaís Executive Order regarding the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL). I appreciate you sharing your views with me.

    With 188 member countries, INTERPOL facilitates cross-border cooperation among law enforcement agencies to combat international crime, including drug rings, terrorism and human trafficking.

    In 1945, the International Organizations Immunities Act (IOIA) was signed into law. IOIA confers certain privileges, exemptions and immunities to recognized public international organizations, such as the United Nations, the African Union and the European Central Bank.

    On June 16, 1983, President Reagan signed Executive Order 12425, which for the first time designated INTERPOL as a public international organization recognized under IOIA. Under President Reaganís executive order, INTERPOL was granted all IOIA privileges except immunity from search and seizure, and exemption from certain federal and property taxes and customs duties.

    On September 15, 1995, President Clinton signed Executive Order 12971, which amended President Reaganís executive order by granting INTERPOL exemption from certain federal and property taxes and customs duties. On December 19, 2009, President Obama signed Executive Order 13524, which removed the remaining exceptions established under President Reaganís executive order. INTERPOL now enjoys all of the privileges, exemptions and immunities conferred by the IOIA to other recognized public international organizations.

    President Obamaís executive order does not confer any police powers to INTERPOL. To the contrary, INTERPOL has no law enforcement authority within the United States and must continue to operate in accordance with United States law. INTERPOL cannot conduct searches and seizures, make arrests or take any other law enforcement actions in the United States. Additionally, the President retains the legal authority under the IOIA to rescind any privileges enjoyed by INTERPOL at any time.

    Thank you again for contacting me.

    Sincerely,
    Carl Levin
    Semper Fi

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  3. #22
    Yeah...now I feel better...right.

  4. #23
    Seems like each president through the use of our wonderful Executive Orders gives away a little more than the proceding one.
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

  5. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by ricbak View Post
    I guess this is beatting an old drum, but FYI anyway.... I guess Congress is trying to get caught back up,

    From Michigan's Senator Levin...
    According to Subject Matter Attorney's...

    There is a technical term for Gun-Banning Socialist Carl Levin's note to you brother...

    If you can't dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with "B.S."...

    Pursuant to Obama's applicable Unconstitutional Executive order, amending Ronald Reagan & Slick Willie's Unconstitutional Executive order(s) and the Patriot Act, etc...

    INTERPOL can violate our Constitutional Rights without a warrant, perform search & seizures etc...

    Because, it does not explicitly prevent them from doing so...
    And it explicitly gives INTERPOL the same police power as any police agency in the United States, which was usurped by the Unconstitutional Patriot Act, et.al.

    All they have to do is say terrorism and they can hold you indefinitely without charging you, tap your phones, violate your rights at will etc...

    Just like the cops have been using the Patriot Act to bust drug smugglers, etc...

    "The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion." - Edmund Burke

  6. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by MADnMO View Post
    Obama can recognize Interpol as a police agency in the USA if he wants to but I don't. Any armed Interpol agent that comes to my door will be considered an armed threat and dealt with accordingly.
    Yeah, I guess this is the way it has to be. This is all just starting to sound too much like "state agents in the middle of the nite" kinda thing to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJFlash View Post
    Yeah, I guess this is the way it has to be. This is all just starting to sound too much like "state agents in the middle of the nite" kinda thing to me.
    Does the STASI ring a bell?
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  8. #27
    For further discussion on what the order actually amends you can look here:

    http://www.usacarry.com/forums/2nd-a...otections.html

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    Exclamation You have no idea how close to right you are

    Quote Originally Posted by MADnMO View Post
    Does the STASI ring a bell?
    You have no idea how close to right you are!
    Former STASI agents are still in the employ of the German Police.

    In Mother Russia...The SPETZNAZ is employed in all SWAT type scenarios. The former agents of the KGB are there as well.

    The Polish Special police operations units recruit directly from the Polish military and practice all the cool stuff like fast roping, line rigging and heli-born insertion/extraction.

    The Italians have problems of their own put have a very capable police force.

    Here is the rub, INTERPOL can and will recruit from every European and most Asian nations.
    To a cash strapped nation such as anything considered to be part of the former United Soviet Socialist Republic...this is a boon. They can actually make money off of these deployments. They can be paid by INTERPOL, The UN and the nation they render "AID" to. They will not be bound by the normal rules of engagement. They will be exterminators and snatch and grab specialists. They will answer only to the puppet masters and not to people that they are "SERVING". Keep an eye out for foriegn nationals at training and police/sniper competitions. These will be the boots on the ground in the event of the collapse of infrastructure as we know it.

    Due to the prior military background of these operators they will also be able to blend perfectly with the blue bonnets.

    Heads up...eyeballs out...pay attention. This does not have to play out this way unless we let it.
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  10. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by festus View Post
    You have no idea how close to right you are!
    Former STASI agents are still in the employ of the German Police.

    In Mother Russia...The SPETZNAZ is employed in all SWAT type scenarios. The former agents of the KGB are there as well.

    The Polish Special police operations units recruit directly from the Polish military and practice all the cool stuff like fast roping, line rigging and heli-born insertion/extraction.

    The Italians have problems of their own put have a very capable police force.

    Here is the rub, INTERPOL can and will recruit from every European and most Asian nations.
    To a cash strapped nation such as anything considered to be part of the former United Soviet Socialist Republic...this is a boon. They can actually make money off of these deployments. They can be paid by INTERPOL, The UN and the nation they render "AID" to. They will not be bound by the normal rules of engagement. They will be exterminators and snatch and grab specialists. They will answer only to the puppet masters and not to people that they are "SERVING". Keep an eye out for foriegn nationals at training and police/sniper competitions. These will be the boots on the ground in the event of the collapse of infrastructure as we know it.

    Due to the prior military background of these operators they will also be able to blend perfectly with the blue bonnets.

    Heads up...eyeballs out...pay attention. This does not have to play out this way unless we let it.
    WELL SAID FESTUS...
    I am glad that I am not the only one whom visualizes this as one potential scenario...

    This is exactly why we have to be mindful of the U.N. & INTERPOL, and Obama & Company's affinity with them; because a likely scenario for Obama & Company to keep themselves from being tarred & feathered for their constitution trampling treasonous shenanigans is to use a U.N. & INTERPOL force that is comprised of non-u.s. citizens to enforce their will on U.S. citizens...
    Then there is zero chance of any OathKeepers spoiling their Socialist Utopia Plans in the onslaught...
    UNLESS, we are prepared for such a scenario...

    Having crossed path's with the Spetsnaz... they are not individuals that Joe Citizen wants to face, in any scenario other then a well-planed, methodical, surgical strike...
    They are one of the best trained elite forces on the planet...




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    INTERPOL does not have any police powers in the United States.

    Even if they did, they would be required to adhere to our system of criminal law, meaning they couldn't search without a warrant, arrest without a warrant or immediate threat, etc.

    The laws on our own soil are sovereign - they cannot be broken because of a loophole from a foreign power.

    For INTERPOL to have the power to do such things (warrantless searches, etc.), our entire legal system would have to be changed, including the Constitution.

    Obama might not be the greatest president in the world, but he isn't a Hitler or Stalin either.

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