THIS TIME, IN THE UNITED STATES
by Sharon Rondeau
(Jun. 13, 2013) — European Union Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding has asked putative Attorney General Eric Holder for “more information” prior to a meeting scheduled for Friday on the PRISM program conducted by the NSA as revealed to The UK Guardian by former security employee Edward Snowden.
On June 6, Snowden began divulging parts of the program to the press, which draws information from at least nine major internet companies on people’s online activity and supplies it to the NSA with the purported intent of identifying possible terrorist plots.
Reding is worried that European citizens might have been “targeted” and wants to know “how broad U.S. access to the data would have been and how EU companies and citizens can appeal against the monitoring of their private correspondence.”
Reuters reported that Reding’s letter to Holder is not the first time the EU has attempted to reach an agreement with the United States on the quantities of information from Europe which should be shared.
The meeting with Holder will take place in Dublin, Ireland, where Reding said she plans to “raise the issue with force and determination.” Reding reportedly raised the issue in April, prior to Snowden’s disclosures, with Holder when she traveled to the U.S. for a meeting.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel plans to raise the matter with Obama, who is scheduled to fly to Germany next week to commemorate the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s “I am a Berliner” speech made in 1963. Some Germans recall Adolf Hitler’s reign, which included his use of Secret Police, or SS, to arrest a person “on suspicion that they were about to do wrong.” Anyone resisting arrest or refusing to sign an acknowledgement of his arrest had his signature forged by the SS.
Obama’s long-form birth certificate is a forgery, as determined by a law enforcement investigation and an experienced court-certified document examiner.
According to one source, in Nazi Germany, “Anybody considered to be a political threat was arrested.”
During testimony to Congress on Thursday afternoon, FBI Director Robert S. Mueller said he “did not know” why FBI agents paid visits to Tea Party members prior to the discrimination they received at the hands of the IRS revealed last month. An editorial in Canada Free Press from 2009 supports the claim.
Mueller also told Congress he “did not know” who the FBI lead investigator is of the IRS corruption matter. “What can you tell us about this?” Rep. Jim Jordan asked, which Mueller said he could not answer.
On June 7, commentator Glenn Beck stated that “America was becoming worse than Nazi Germany.”
Because of an edict issued by Hitler which was never altered, Germany does not allow parents to home-school their children. Holder’s Justice Department and two courts have upheld the decision to deport a German home-schooling family currently residing in Tennessee who fled their home country for political asylum.
Congress is now investigating evidence of corruption within the IRS, DOJ, EPA, State Department, and Obama’s national intelligence circle, including National Intelligence Director James Clapper, who appears to have provided inaccurate testimony on the spying activities of the NSA.
As this article goes to press, Judge Andrew Napolitano is telling Fox News anchor Shepard Smith that the Fourth Amendment has been violated by the data-mining performed by the NSA.
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.