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Obama to U.N.: Nation Won't Solve World Problems

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President Obama is pleading for "a new era of engagement" on world problems, telling the United Nations the United States shouldn't pursue a go-it-alone stance. It is his first speech to world leaders at the U.N.

Posted at 12:00 PM ET on Sep 23, 2009  | Category:  Video Report
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There's no agenda for limited policies.

Posted by: edtroyhampton | September 23, 2009 4:18 PM


Is the U.N. a void organization?

http://www.youpolls.com/details.asp?pid=6189

.

Posted by: usadblake | September 23, 2009 3:46 PM

Nice speech, but we all know the media will only be interested in catching Obama in some fabricated awkward moment with Gadhafi or Ahmadinejad. A snap of the lens and Drudge will have his perfect headline…

http://www.political-buzz.com/

Posted by: parkerfl1 | September 23, 2009 12:59 PM

Americans Can't Trust Their Government Until Team Obama Heeds This Call:

DISMANTLE THE BUSH-CHENEY LEGACY 'GESTAPO' THAT TORTURES AND TERRORIZES UNJUSTLY TARGETED AMERICANS...

...MAKING A MOCKERY OF THE RULE OF LAW.


• And push for a global ban on microwave/laser radiation "directed energy weapons" -- the new "WMD" that is being deployed against citizens worldwide -- including here in the U.S.


President Obama has been co-opted into becoming an enabler of a secretive, federally overseen "multi-agency coordinated action" program of extrajudicial targeting and inhumane high-tech punishment...

...misusing federally-funded volunteer organizations and secret weapons programs to subvert the rule of law.

This nationwide, federal-local apparatus has deployed a civilian vigilante army fronted by federally-funded community policing and anti-terrorism units that covertly places GPS tracking devices to stalk, persecute, vandalize and harass many thousands of unjustly targeted citizens and their families...

...reportedly, even when they seek medical treatment at health care facilities.

"The program" also misuses government surveillance operations to censor, and maliciously tamper with, the telecommunications of many thousands of the unjustly targeted -- and, victims maintain, funnels surveillance data to citizen "community stalker" harassers.

An array of "programs of personal financial destruction" decimates the finances of "target" families -- facilitated by the local interception of U.S. mail and the alteration of billing and financial statements.

And microwave / laser "directed energy weapons" are deployed to silently TORTURE American citizens...

...degrading their health, inducing weakness, confusion, illness, even "slow-kill" death -- a gross violation of human rights, government-enabled crimes against humanity.

An American genocide, hiding in plain sight.

And no authorities will investigate -- invoking the "Gulag" tactic of dismissing those who seek justice as "delusional."

Team Obama: Wake up and smell the police state that is co-opting your administration, making a mockery of democracy and the rule of law at the grassroots.

BAN the warrantless tracking and/or surveillance of American citizens...

BAN the use of silent, injury- and illness-incuding "directed energy weapons" on American citizens -- weapons of mass destruction that have no place in domestic law enforcement.

http://nowpublic.com/world/gestapo-usa-govt-funded-vigilante-network-terrorizes-america

OR (if link is corrupted / disabled):

http://My.NowPublic.com/scrivener RE: "GESTAPO USA"

Posted by: scrivener50 | September 23, 2009 12:41 PM

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