LaRouche Claiming Federal Court has Indicted Obama on Serious Charges

LaRouche Claiming Federal Court has Indicted Obama on Serious Charges

In this video, LaRouche claims that he has heard from inside sources in the government that Obama has been indicted by a federal court with a long list of charges that is greater than he’s ever seen in American politics on any previous president.

larouchepac.com…

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread922308/pg1

Streets of Love - unconventional

“According to the Articles of Confederation, the phrase: “We the People” is defined to mean, “We the Delegates,” which refers only to the politicians and not the public, which proves again that: “The Constitution of the United States of  America,” was never intended to protect or serve the American public. There are several early administrative court rulings, which confirm this same conclusion, for those of you who require something more than common sense and my educated opinion or observations.

Everything in America is about CONTRACTS and it is our burden as Americans to make government perform honorably; to be specific and too prohibit them from changing the meaning of common words, which is referred to in their circle of friends as: “legalese!” The American B.A.R. Association is a ‘Foreign Union’ and its members are all working in collusion with Israel; the British Empire; the Vatican; the Rothschild and Rockefeller Banking Empires; Congress and…

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lisa_harrison_collective_imagination_logo2Okay, I have not heard this yet, but Ginger has, and here is what she wrote about it in her email to me…

“KP – wow, did you listen to this??? Heather finally opened up big high vibrational time on every level and well, you just have to hear this if you haven’t yet -[link to show] and now left wondering if she is the one Sheldon and others speak of as being the one who will be the one to decide when the floodgates will be opened… if so, it would not surprise me now after listening to her here. May the floodgates of the absolute data be opened now… [Ginger]”

So, clearly, there is nothing for me to add (Heather enters the show at about 6 minutes of Part 2).

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INVESTIGATION INTO WHERE THE AUTHORITY LIES IN ALASKA

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 2013

Investigation into where the authority lies in Alaska

http://www.sheriffs.org/content/faq

What is the difference between a Sheriff and a Police Chief?
A Sheriff is generally (but not always) the highest, usually elected, law-enforcement officer of a county. Chiefs of Police usually are municipal employees who owe their allegiance to a city. Oftentimes, Chiefs are appointed by the Mayor of a city; or, they may be appointed by or subject to the confirmation of a Police Commission. Click here for more information.

However, there are no Sheriffs in Alaska (along with Hawaii and Conneticut,) so the next best info I could find is here:

Excerpt from “County Authority: A State by State Report” pg 16,17
A Publication of the Research Division of NACo’s County Services Department
Written by Matthew Sellers Research Intern
Under the Direction of Jacqueline Byers Director of Research and Outreach December 2010

Introduction:
Alaska’s boroughs are some of the biggest in the
nation, and derive their authority from the Alaskan
constitution and statutes. Alaska vests legislative
authority in a borough assembly, but places
executive authority in a “borough mayor,” who
must execute all legislative action. Many of Alaska’s
census boroughs are unincorporated, meaning they
have no functioning borough government. They are
considered one unorganized borough under Alaska
statute. The sheer size of many of Alaska’s boroughs
precludes the county government from offering
services to the entirety of the borough without
extreme cost to its residents, so Alaska’s counties
have limited authority to fulfill the traditional roles
of county governments. Instead, small incorporated
cities and service districts established by the
borough assembly do much of the service provision.
The Alaska State Constitution and Title 29 of the
Alaska Statutes delegates boroughs their authority.
Unorganized Borough:
The unorganized borough, though divided into
more boroughs for the purpose of the United States
Census Bureau, consists in the eyes of the Alaskan
legislature as one unincorporated political unit. The
Alaskan legislature may establish service districts
within the unorganized borough to provide schools,
utilities, land use regulations, and fire protection;
however, without a functioning county government,
only the legislature may take such a step in the large
unincorporated areas. The state also has platting
authority within the unorganized borough.

Alternative Forms of Government:
Any borough of the first class may adopt a home rule
charter to better govern its territory. The electors of
the county wishing to adopt home rule must elect a
charter commission to author a home rule charter
which explains the new governmental structure.
Following the charter drafting, a majority of the
proposed borough’s electors must affirm the charter
in an election. A charter borough may exercise
its powers to execute any function not denied
specifically by law. Additionally, the legislature may
extend home rule status to other boroughs as it sees
fit. Additionally, boroughs and the cities contained
within them may incorporate to form a unified
home rule government.
The unincorporated areas of Alaska in the
unorganized borough have the option to become
incorporated if the area is a first class borough,
meaning it has a large and stable enough population
to support a government, no geographic boundaries
will overly hinder service provision or representation
in the county government, and the area has
sufficient economic valuation to fund itself. The
borough must put forth a petition, provide public
notice of an election, and then hold said election
on whether or not to incorporate the borough. Any
service area the legislature had been operating may
be placed under the borough’s jurisdiction. New
boroughs receive grants from the state to ease the
transition into a new governmental structure.

This is only the beginning of the investigation, please comment to contribute.