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by Sharon Rondeau

George Orwell, author of “1984” and “Animal Farm,” depicted totalitarian regimes which controlled people by intimidation and forced re-education camps

(May 21, 2013) — In 2010, federal Judge Royce C. Lamberth ruled that the U.S. Justice Department could monitor the email account of a reporter without notifying him.  Lamberth had rejected a complaint of treason filed against Obama in March 2009 and presentments from American Grand Jury that Obama had committed fraud and forgery along with other political operatives.

The warrant claimed that Fox News reporter James Rosen had broken the law when he asked for information on North Korea which the Obama regime deemed “classified.”

The Los Angeles Times, which protected Obama in 2008 by refusing to air a video in which he was presumed to have cheered anti-Israel slurs at a going-away dinner for Rashid al-Khalidi, now reports that “The case marks the first time the government has gone to court to portray news gathering as espionage, and Fox News officials and 1st Amendment advocates reacted angrily Monday after the secret warrant was reported by the Washington Post.”

The Times added that “the usual practice” when reporters are asked to turn over records is that they would have the opportunity to “challenge them in court.”

Last week, the Associated Press learned that a subpoena of approximately 100 reporters’ phone calls, including home and cellular phones, had been issued and acted upon by the U.S. Justice Department without notification to its offices.  Rosen was also not notified that his emails were read.

Executives of the AP said that the seizure of the records without the company’s knowledge was “unconstitutional.”

Lamberth also refused access to Atty. Orly Taitz for a certified copy of Obama’s Social Security number application in August 2011, stating that “Today is not your lucky day.”

Rosen’s visits to the State Department as he gathered information for his report were tracked by the Obama regime.

Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez had attempted to “exploit” the media in his nation to cast him in a favorable light.

Beginning in 2007, when Obama announced he would run for president, the U.S. media cast him in a favorable light, even when reporting that he had been born in a foreign country and would therefore presumptively not qualify under Article II of the Constitution.

Through the revelation of recent scandals including the IRS’s targeting of “opposition” groups to the Obama regime, the seizures of AP reporters’ phone records, and the stand-down order issued by Obama to stop military contingency plans which would have attempted to save Americans who came under attack on September 11, 2012 in Benghazi, Libya, the media is now beginning to protest First Amendment violations.

Neither the AP nor Fox News would report on the questionable eligibility, documentation or life story of Obama when he announced his presidential candidacy, but rather, avoided the topic at all costs.  Calls to AP reporters last week made by The Post & Email regarding Obama’s “definitely fraudulent” long-form birth certificate were rejected as not newsworthy.

On Monday, as the monitoring of Rosen’s movements and emails was revealed, Cold Case Posse lead investigator Michael Zullo stated that “In two weeks the naysayers will find out just how wrong they have been.”  Zullo has been seeking a federal-level investigation of the posse’s findings over an 18-month probe which showed that the birth certificate and Obama’s Selective Service registration card are “computer-generated forgeries.”

Where was the First Amendment when the posse held two press conferences last year to announce that the occupant of the White House was using fraudulent identification documents?

Where is the press now?

In George Orwell’s novel 1984, a “thought crime” was “the act of thinking anything that defies The Party’s philosophy, which mostly involves thoughts of rebellion against the party.”  In Oceania, where Orwell’s novel is set, “In every household there was a camera-like screen which watched your ‘“every movement’ and ‘overheard’ your every sound, called a ‘“telescreen’. Most importantly the telescreen ‘could be dimmed, but there was no way of shutting it off completely’. The most disturbing thing of all was that it was unknown when you were being watch, [sic] and it was feasible that you were always being watched. People had to live with the ‘assumption’ that they were being monitored 24/7!”

The Post & Email has never called Obama “the president,” nor have we ever called his criminal cabal “the administration,” but rather, a “regime.”

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  1. I believe that to ever slow or reverse the criminal corruption in America, we first need to address the dishonest main stream media. If we can create and (enforce) some basic ethical and factual “rules” of journalism, we can start chipping away at the foundation that these organized criminals own and utilize to blur and change what the WORLD sees and hears as reported reality , truth & facts.

  2. And, we still do not, will not, call him “President”. As an illegal impostor all legislation, appointments, and policies will be rescinded. In addition, treason, murder, fraud are crimes yet to be charged. Posing as a CiC and committing murder by drones and stand down orders on American military in harms way, are some of the charges pending, yet be to delivered by an entity not under the regime’s evil reach.