Saturday, March 31, 2012

Read the FBI Memo: Agents Can ‘Suspend the Law’


WIRED MAGAZINE
Read the FBI Memo: Agents Can ‘Suspend the Law’
By Spencer Ackerman and Noah Shachtman
March 28, 2012  4:40 pm


The FBI once taught its agents that they can “bend or suspend the law” as they wiretap suspects. But the bureau says it didn’t really mean it, and has now removed the document from its counter-terrorism training curriculum, calling it an “imprecise” instruction. Which is a good thing, national security attorneys say, because the FBI’s contention that it can twist the law in pursuit of suspected terrorists is just wrong.

Ancient Aliens

Mayan man in the mask, Spaceman or Scuba Diver?
Whether UFOs and ET are real or not, has never been an issue for me. My father saw them flying over Germany in World War II from his P-38 fighter plane. They called them foo-fighters. Much too fast to catch  with a P-38. As were the supersonic jets the Germans had long before Chuck Yeager ever flew one.

Dad was P-38 flight instructor in the first part of the war, and good instructors were too valuable to waste sending overseas as the US Army Air Corps trained thousands of pilots for WWII.  As near as I can tell from the time frame and locations of his service, he was probably one of the P-38 flight instructors of the Tuskegee Airmen in Georgia.  Dad said they did really well.  I haven't got all of dad's records yet from the military so I am not 100% sure of that, but its very likely as he was also in Foggia Italy the same time they were. Still trying to determine if his war records were lost in a fire. My father also flew fighter escort for President Roosevelt's plane trip to Yalta.  He drank vodka with our Russian and British allies there.  Mom has his flight log book where the days are simply marked "secret".

I heard so many adventures of those years in the North African campaign, the invasion of Sicily and Italy and his dive bombing runs over the Alps into Germany and how if he got shot down they told them to take a certain street car in Belgrade and the conductor would get him out via the Yugoslavian underground resistance. My Uncle was decorated for valor by General Mark Clark at Anzio.  I don't think Dad ever adjusted to boring civilian life. It never quite lived up to those years in the Air Force.

Status of Japan in Regards
 to New BRICS Financial System


Ben Fulford Blog Post

03/31/2012
RE: BRICS and the new financial system


Hi Ben,

Recently I saw a conference by Alfredo Jalife-Rahme (teacher of political and Social Science at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM)), where explains that BRICS are creating a new international Bank and a new financial system to fight against the power of FMI and the World Bank So my question is the following:? Is this the new financial system you have been talking about If the answer is yes, could you clarify which is the role that Japan is going to have in all this stuff and how BRICS will help to free humanity from the cabal?

Thanks in advance,

PS As I Know You Have a Good Spanish, I Add your Review for the conference link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=IWF3IkyG2j4 


Hello, 

It is true the BRICS are working on a new financial system. There are 134 countries supporting this plan. Another group of 54 countries (the British Commonwealth) also has a plan that is in harmony with the 134 countries.

The obstacle is the governments of the United States, Germany, Japan, France and Italy and their remaining slave states.

Japan's government is on the verge of announcing its support of the new financial system. The Japanese government has already signaled in principle, its support for the creation of a new international economic planning agency based in Japan and with an initial budget of $ 10 trillion or possibly 1000 trillion yen. This organization would carry out large scale development plans like turning the deserts green and replenishing the oceans with fish. It would not, in any way, contradict or work against any plans of existing governments, corporations or development organizations. It would work in harmony with them.

The 5 nations that have controlled the previous financial system and the families that run those nations are negotiating a transition right now and hopefully some sort of mutually acceptable agreement will be reached soon.

Benjamin Fulford
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