INTERPOL Has The Keys To The Henhouse

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The EPA has always been a de facto U.N. agency with unlimited authority in areas no other federal bureaucracy dare go.​
The Environmental Movement has been a cash cow for the New World Order crowd:​

Environmental Parasites Breathe A Sigh Of Relief

Whether or not they know it every environmental tree-hugger has their nose up United Nations assholes.

President Trump’s Wall does nothing to eliminate United Nations authority over our immigration policies.


The Trump administration brings much needed improvement to the Endangered Species Act.​

A Panacea or a Death Sentence?​
Greg Walcher​
August 29, 2018, 12:05 am​

but he can make a dent in the United Nations endangered species scam by amending the Obama EO that amended President Reagan’s 1983 EO 12425.

Wither Sovereignty​
Executive Order Amended to Immunize INTERPOL In America - Is The ICC Next?​
By Steve Schippert, Clyde Middleton December 23, 2009​
XXXXX
January 8, 2010 12:30 P.M.​
Interpol Immunity​
Obama takes America down another notch with an unnecessary, reckless act.​
NOTE: No law enforcement agency in this country can override INTERPOL.

Democrats conveniently forget that INTERPOL worked with Nazi Germany:


Changing the meaning of policing​
Interpol – Fascist Friends​
By Barry Napier Tuesday, January 12, 2010​

In 2010 INTERPOL pledged war on “environmental crime” whatever the hell that is. Bolivia’s President Evo Morales, a bedbug in his own right, called for prosecuting criminal “countries” in the U.N.’s International Criminal Court.

In theory, INTERPOL cannot arrest anyone. In theory, Interpol does not deal with military, racial, religious, or political matters. Environmental garbage comes under the heading of political.

INTERPOL was created in 1923. The U.N. opened for business in 1945; so why did it take all of those decades for INTERPOL to involve itself in the U.N.’s environmental agenda?

ANSWER: After the manmade climate change fraud was exposed the U.N. was looking for new crimes. Turning to INTERPOL to “criminalize” objections to environmental scare tactics was the obvious choice. Interestingly, climate change freakazoids never got a helping hand from INTERPOL:


Interpol President Khoo Boon Hui addresses the opening of the 79th session of the Interpol General Assembly in Doha. Interpol on Monday adopted a resolution unanimously pledging support to back the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) and to fight environmental crime.​

Interpol pledges war on environmental crime​
Mon Nov 8, 2010 3:28 pm ET​

None other than Bolivia’s Socialist president, Evo Morales, called for an International climate justice tribunal to punish environmental miscreants:

(Bolivian President)-Morales asks to save Kyoto Protocol, create global climate court​
Dec 9, 2010, 18:18 GMT​

The United Nations arresting Americans in their own country is not possible without INTERPOL. Without INTERPOL an environmental court is as meaningless as is the rest of the U.N.’s judicial system —— The World Court, and its spinoffs, the International Criminal Court, special tribunals, and whatever else they get away with.

To make it all work INTERPOL needed the authority to investigate American industries in order to charge them with an environmental crime even when a targeted company did not violate American laws. When Obama amended President Reagan’s EO he handed INTERPOL the necessary authority.

And who will the U.N.’s court actually prosecute after INTERPOL makes the arrest? Answer: Every American the U.N. wants to silence:


The UN and Interpol How the UN will gain power​
By Barry Napier Wednesday, December 30, 2009​

Briefly, there is no better proof than Evo Morales that displaced Communists flocked to environmental causes after the Soviet Union imploded. Once the Communists got behind environmental scams the U.N. pulled out all stops. In October 2009, the U.N. General Assembly named Morales World Hero of Mother Earth. The “accolade” paid off when Morales came up with a new gimmick for getting to PC (population controls):

Bolivia will this month table a draft United Nations treaty giving "Mother Earth" the same rights as humans — having just passed a domestic law that does the same for bugs, trees and all other natural things in the South American country.​

UN document would give 'Mother Earth' same rights as humans​
By Steven Edwards, Postmedia News​
April 13, 2011​

Throughout all of the years I watched the U.N. advance its population control agenda, I have to admit I never saw insect-Rights coming. Here is how the roadmap leading to population controls is laid out:

The Earth’s Rights will become equal Rights. In order to save Mother Earth the human population will have to be reduced in order the insure the Rights of every other living thing. The justification for enforcing PC is no more complicated than that.

The scam began to take treaty form in 1992 with the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). The Kyoto Protocol was adopted in 1997. So U.N. nut jobs like Morales only built upon a foundation that was already in place.

Involving INTERPOL adds one more step to legitimating the U.N.’s judicial system. Using INTERPOL can send “environmental criminals” to a U.N. court where a guilty verdict is assured. There is not a chance they would risk losing a case in an American court.

Finally, INTERPOL provides 184 member nations with information on the whereabouts of international criminals.

There are 192 U.N. member states. The number of countries in the world is usually put at 196. So INTERPOL is giving the same information to nearly every country in the world. Many of INTERPOL’s 184 clients are America’s enemies. It does not take Sherlock Holmes to figure out that an unfriendly Muslim government can warn every terrorist not on an actual battlefield to change locations before the “cops” arrive. If you ask me Obama gave the fox the keys to the henhouse.
 
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I'd trust INTERPOL with the keys to the hen house more than I would Donald Trump. Oh wait: I'd probably trust El Chapo before Trump....

Oh, btw: henhouses don't have locks. Positively retarded analogy.
 
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I'd trust INTERPOL with the keys to the hen house more than I would Donald Trump. Oh wait: I'd probably trust El Chapo before Trump....
To GluteusMaximus: If you think INTERPOL is a good thing you totally missed the significance of the Chicago sewer rat’s betrayal designed to strengthen the U.N.’s grip on this country’s independence. Obama’s EO said:

AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER 12425 DESIGNATING INTERPOL AS A PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION ENTITLED TO ENJOY CERTAIN PRIVILEGES, EXEMPTIONS, AND IMMUNITIES​

Here is a small part of the betrayal you support:

The effect of Obama's amendment is to give them immunity from violating any American law. Agents of INTERPOL will now presumably have the same protection that foreign diplomats have while in this country. It is that immunity that has been used by other countries to spy on the United States. This arrangement, for example, now would make it possible for an American citizen being seized by INTERPOL agents and taken out of the country outside the reach of American courts and the rights they would enforce, most notably habeas corpus or the right for a judge to review a person's detention. The extent to which INTERPOL would be exempt from American extradition laws now becomes questionable.​
Likewise, INTERPOL agents could seize property, including firearms, without search warrants and conduct other warrantless searches. They could break into homes and businesses to search and seize records without fear of prosecution, either criminally or civilly. In short, the powers that INTERPOL would have by being immune to U. S. law is virtually the same as martial law provides.​
Moreover, INTERPOL's files and records are immune from U. S. court orders, including search warrants and civil subpoenas. And INTERPOL is protected from Freedom Of Information inquires from American media.​
Beaufort Observer​
Obama gives INTERPOL immunity to operate at will in the USA.​
December 28, 2009​

Peacekeeping.

Interpol, the global police organisation, said Monday it will provide enhanced technical and advisory support to the United Nations in the world body's peacekeeping missions worldwide.​

Interpol to Help UN in Peacekeeping Missions​
Posted by kraz on Oct 13, 2009​

U.N. Peacekeeping is doublespeak for nation-building. America-haters always mean democracy-building with American tax dollars.

Oh, btw: henhouses don't have locks. Positively retarded analogy.
To GluteusMaximus: Wrong again asshole.


WHO BROKE THE LOCK (ON THE HENHOUSE DOOR)?​
(Traditional)​
Unique Quartette - 1895​
Cousins & DeMoss - 1898​
Standard Quartette - 1898​
Georgia Washboard Stompers - 1934​
Riley Puckett - 1936​
Edward Leroy Freeman - 1940​
Also recorded by:​
The Bogtrotters; The Corn Dodgers; Dickel Brothers; David Holt;​
Clanka Lanka; Deuce Spriggens; Flat Mountain Girls; Joel Mabus;​
Kenny Hall & The Long Haul String Band; Highwood's String Band;​
Willie Thomas & Butch Cage; Bob Webb & Craig Edwards; Kenny Hall​
& the Skiffle Symphony; Sue Burkhart & Ed Vadas......and others.​

WHO BROKE THE LOCK (ON THE HENHOUSE DOOR)? - Lyrics - International Lyrics Playground
 
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LOL...well, I guess a bad song by an unknown, bad band proves henhouses have locks. You plan on getting hysterical on any other fake RW agitprop stuff today?

 
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To GluteusMaximus: If you think INTERPOL is a good thing you totally missed the significance of the Chicago sewer rat’s betrayal designed to strengthen the U.N.’s grip on this country’s independence. Obama’s EO said:

AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER 12425 DESIGNATING INTERPOL AS A PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION ENTITLED TO ENJOY CERTAIN PRIVILEGES, EXEMPTIONS, AND IMMUNITIES​

Here is a small part of the betrayal you support:

The effect of Obama's amendment is to give them immunity from violating any American law. Agents of INTERPOL will now presumably have the same protection that foreign diplomats have while in this country. It is that immunity that has been used by other countries to spy on the United States. This arrangement, for example, now would make it possible for an American citizen being seized by INTERPOL agents and taken out of the country outside the reach of American courts and the rights they would enforce, most notably habeas corpus or the right for a judge to review a person's detention. The extent to which INTERPOL would be exempt from American extradition laws now becomes questionable.​
Likewise, INTERPOL agents could seize property, including firearms, without search warrants and conduct other warrantless searches. They could break into homes and businesses to search and seize records without fear of prosecution, either criminally or civilly. In short, the powers that INTERPOL would have by being immune to U. S. law is virtually the same as martial law provides​
Actually, despite what Hollywood movies would have you believe, INTERPOL’s agents cannot arrest or detain anyone, or even seize property, it is against their charter.​
Their role is to provide administrative assistance to the police when a international response is needed to any crime, but they have no authority to conduct the investigations themselves, that is the responsibility of the police forces of the nations involved.​
 
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Actually, despite what Hollywood movies would have you believe, INTERPOL’s agents cannot arrest or detain anyone, or even seize property, it is against their charter.Their role is to provide administrative assistance to the police when a international response is needed to any crime, but they have no authority to conduct the investigations themselves, that is the responsibility of the police forces of the nations involved.
To MichaelT: Local cops wearing INTERPOL jackets making an arrest is political slight of hand.


NOTE: The United Nations and INTERPOL were very careful to avoid a mutually beneficial relationship in all the decades before Obama gave INTERPOL diplomatic immunity. The whole idea behind diplomatic immunity was INTERPOL making arrest the FBI and local police could not do. It has not started yet, but you can be sure INTERPOL will be making political arrests for the United Nations in this country before very long —— just as INTERPOL did when Reinhard Heydrich was in charge.


 
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Actually, despite what Hollywood movies would have you believe, INTERPOL’s agents cannot arrest or detain anyone, or even seize property, it is against their charter.​
Their role is to provide administrative assistance to the police when a international response is needed to any crime, but they have no authority to conduct the investigations themselves, that is the responsibility of the police forces of the nations involved.​

Sssshhhh....you'll interrupt his rightwing masturbation fantasy....
 
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Put Meng Hongwei in the “Tough Shit” drawer right after Jamal Ahmad Khashoggi’s file:
Exactly what is President Trump expected to do? It looks to me like he is doing the right thing.

“In any case, our relationship is with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. They have been a great ally in our very important fight against Iran. The United States intends to remain a steadfast partner of Saudi Arabia to ensure the interests of our country, Israel and all other partners in the region.”​

Trump stands by Saudi prince in journalist's murder: 'We may never know all of the facts'​
Hunter Walker​
Nov 20th 2018 2:18PM​
 
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NOTE: No law enforcement agency in this country can override INTERPOL.

Democrats conveniently forget that INTERPOL worked with Nazi Germany:
U.N. douche bags are all the same; so there is nothing for Americans to cheer about on this one:

Interpol has elected South Korean Kim Jong-yang as its president, rejecting the Russian frontrunner who had been accused of abusing the international police body's arrest warrant system.​
Mr Kim was chosen by Interpol's 194 member states at a meeting of its annual congress in Dubai.​
He beat Russia's Alexander Prokopchuk, who had been widely tipped to win.​
Interpol presidency vote: Russia in surprise loss to South Korea​

Alas, it will be a cold day in hell before MAGA Trump amends Obama’s EO that amended President Reagan’s EO. To be fair to Trump, no president can do anything that throws a monkey wrench in the United Nations global government agenda.

Incidentally, how come INTERPOL is not reporting on the organizers of the criminal enterprise behind the illegal alien caravans invading this country? After all, REPORT criminals to member states is what INTERPOL is supposed to do —— not arrest anyone. The illegal alien invasion is more of a crime than:


In 2010 INTERPOL pledged war on “environmental crime” whatever the hell that is. Bolivia’s President Evo Morales, a bedbug in his own right, called for prosecuting criminal “countries” in the U.N.’s International Criminal Court.