Immigration and other Issues
There is the National Ocean Council. It deals with a new entity formed by Barack Obama's executive order dealing with 30 states. It tries to control America's oceans, coastlines, and the Great Lakes. This new council has the states' coastal jurisdiction will be subject to the United Nations' Law of Sea Treaty (or LOST). This is related to the UN Agenda 21 program. The oceans and coastlines of America are divided into 9 regions. These regions are the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, South Atlantic, the Gulf Coast, the West Coast, the Great Lakes, the Pacific Islands (including Hawaii) and the Caribbean. The LOST Treaty have had a hard time to be ratified. This new National Ocean Council is present in a slick way via an executive order. The Senate must have require 2/3 approval from the Senate. Michael Shaw believe that the Agenda 21 Convention on Biodiversity treaty of 1992 failed to passed Congress. So, it was executed via soft law and administraively on local levels. This new executive order is a similar soft law tactic to enact the LOST Treaty. There is a provision for the new council to oversee the outer continential shelf. There is the Clear Act too or HR 3534. This issue is coming up in the time of the emergenyc of the GUlf of Mexico. President Barack Obama and Congress have had the power to force BP Oil to take all necessary action to stop the gusher and clean the oil spew. The members of the National Council are Obama appointees (the Gulf tradegy could be a result of collusion or planned incompetence). These members are John Holdren, Ken Salazar, U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, EPA administrator Lisa Jackson, Department of Defense Secretary Robert Gates, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napoltiano, Hillary LCinton, Steven Chu, and Department of Commerce Secretary Gary Locke. They can deal with oil drilling, etc. Agenda 21 has been dealing with depopulation and the U.N. control of private property. Even John Holdren (who is the head of the National Ocean Council) once promote eugenics and forced abortion in his book called "Ecoscience." The National Ocean Council present ambigious goals in its 32 page report (in order to confuse the public and local lawmakers). Michael Shaw pointed out that non-elected councils are increasingly expanding their jurisdiction through air quality boards, water quality boards, sewer systems, transportation districts, metropolitan planning, etc. to gain control over resources. Often, large corporations and financial interests form Public- Private Partnerships with the government within these councils. So, there should be environmental protection. Although, it is wrong to allow secret councils like the National Ocean Council to exist without no Congressional oversight to just run our policies as it pertains to water (and the rest of the ecosystem).
Consumer confidence is low for numerous reasons. There is a recession. People legitimately don't trust Congress. Congress have made either things worse or made partial legitimate laws in the process. There is an anti-incumbency furor that is similar to that spirit back in 2006. Many people are supporting Tea Party people and other folks. The reason is that many of them (not all of them) are either extremists, racist, or ignorant of real issues. There are candidates that people love or hate like Sharron Angle, Alvin Greene, Willie Hernton, Steve Cohen, and others. Other candidates are overtly desiring to drain the economy to be super rich. Some of them want to be pro-corporate. In California, Meg Whitman is the Republican candidate for California governor that is battling against the Democratic candidate Jerry Brown (he was an attorney General and Governor of California years ago). Whitman spent millions of dollars to have her campaign grow. Carly Firorina was the chief executive of Hewlett Packard. She is challenging Democrat Senator Barbara Boxer. Carly said that she will fight for every job, yet she cut 18,000 jobs from HP in 2003. She spent already 45 million. So, investigating money can be a way to see the agendas of these candidates. Rick Scott is the Republican candidate for Florida governor. He ws the former head of Columbia/HCA Healthcare. This conmpany paid fines in the range of $1.7 billion in fines for biling fraudulently programs like Medicare. He is claimed to be worth $200 million. Linda E. McMahon is a Connecticut Republican. It is suprising to see Linda be a Republican when she is apart of the WWE empire. She is running for the Senate. She wants to spend $50 million of her own money in the election. That's a lot money in a small state like Connecticut. She became president of the WWF as a legal maneuver to save the company in 1993, because her husband was indicted for distributing steroids to his wrestlers. She is accused of supporting policies that favor the rich. She agrees with offshore oil driling. Her opponent is the Attorney General of Connecticut named Richard Blumenthal. You will notice that many of these candidates are not legitimate populists. So, independent choices to vote for are very limited especially in 2010.
President Barack Obama visited Africa in 2009. He gave his 2009 speech in Accra, Ghana. Barack Obama in the speech said that America should support strong nations and not strong men (This refers to dictators). Rwanda is having a different situation. Africa should have freedom, yet Barack Obama has expanded U.S. Africa Command. Africom supports a militarized situation in Africa. Africa has a dictator leader called President Paul Kagame. This perpares a sham Presidential election to retain his brutal grip on power. Some don't want Washington to recognize Rwanda's election results and to stop the militarization of Africa (including supporting repressive regimes). “The U.S. policy has been to support strongmen,” says Maurice Carney, executive director of Friends of the Congo. “And at the head of the class is Paul Kagame, who has received military support, weapons, training and intelligence and as a result has been able to invade its neighbor, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and sustain proxy militia fighting there to rob the Congolese people of their natural resources. He has contributed to the death of over 6 million people in Congo and to the destabilization of Africa’s whole Great Lakes region.” Assassinations, arrests, disappearances, imprisonment, and torture of both politicans critical of Kagame came about. There is the August 9 Presidential polls in Rwanda. Some don't want violence to prevent much voter turnout. President Barack Obama shouldn't support the brutal Kagame regime. 40 of Kagame’s top officers and officials have been indicted in both Spanish and French courts for war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide. Kagame himself has not been indicted by these courts but only because he is a sitting head of state and indictment would therefore be a declaration of war. “Kagame is doing everything he can think of, including killing journalists, jailing and torturing political opponents and denying political opponents their constitutional right to register their parties to exclude them from the election. Because as soon as he loses the presidency, he is likely to be tried for all the mass killings he ordered,” says Rwandan exile, writer and activist Aimable Mugara, who now lives in Toronto. 4 of his Kagame's real opposition are kept out of the election, except 4 Kagame allies (who appear to make Rwanda act like it has a real election). Leading Rwandan opposition candidate Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza was arrested and indicted on trumped up charges. She doesn't want people to vote since the military and police use tyranny against the citizens in Rwanda. She wants people to fight for their rights. Kagame according to Victorie have killed people, deny the constitutional right to register parties, and have done other forms of corruption. The Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs named Johnnie Carson in May said that the U.S. will send a dozen teams of election observaers to Rwanda. This will occur before the August 9 polls. Some don't agree with this since it's basically monitoring Kagame and other puppet parties in the election. There is no real opposition in the election sice they were kicked out. The United States government has provided not only election observers but also over $1,034,000,000 in United States taxpayer-funded foreign assistance to Rwanda since 2000. An additional $240,200,000 is proposed in the president’s fiscal year 2011 budget. There is nothing wrong with aid, but the U.S. can't explicitly dictators like Kagame (although, legitimate aid is fine).
Planned Parenthood lies about fetal development and abortion risks. PP and others fight state laws given people correct information about fetal development and the risks of aboriton. The Rosa Acuna Project series documents how Planned Parenthood utilize unscientific and fabricated medical information to convince women to have abortions. The video says that the Indianapolis Planned Parenthood (located at 8847 Commerce Park Place, which is closed down today) saying that the baby's heart doesn't begin beating until the 8th or the 9th week. The truth is that does beat on Day 22 or 23. This is at the 3rd week. Sarah (in the video) claims that there are no long term adverse consquences to abortion. The Shanghai Institute of Planned Parenthood reported in 2003 a 55% increased risk of future miscarriages for women who have abortions, noted LiveAction.org in its press release. Here's that study. (1:55 = 55% increase.). Sarah denies that the unborn baby is a person. As for BP, BP has links to the Boston based State Street Corporation. There has been Jesuit links to the BP group too. The State Street Corporation is based in Boston and is influenced by Boston College (which is Jesuit controlled). So, the largest shareholder of BP is State Street Corporation. The Chairman of State Street is the Roman Catholic Raonlad E. Logue and the President is the Roman Catholic Joseph L. Hooley. Both men were edcuated by the Jesuits at Boston College. Logue is a native of Boston. He is the Board Member of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston (which is one of the 12 member Federal Reserve Banks in the USA).