Legal expert Michael Ratner calls the legal arguments made in the infamous Yoo memos, “Fuhrer’s law.”
By Naomi Wolf, AlterNet. Posted March 25, 2009.
In early March, more shocking details emerged about George W. Bush legal counsel John Yoo’s memos outlining the destruction of the republic.
The memos lay the legal groundwork for the president to send the military to wage war against U.S. citizens; take them from their homes to Navy brigs without trial and keep them forever; close down the First Amendment; and invade whatever country he chooses without regard to any treaty or objection by Congress.
It was as if Milton’s Satan had a law degree and was establishing within the borders of the United States the architecture of hell.
I thought this was — and is — certainly one of the biggest stories of our lifetime, making the petty burglary of Watergate — which scandalized the nation — seem like playground antics. It is newsworthy too with the groundswell of support for prosecutions of Bush/Cheney crimes and recent actions such as Canadian attorneys mobilizing to arrest Bush if he visits their country.
The memos are a confession. The memos could not be clearer: This was the legal groundwork of an attempted coup. I expected massive front page headlines from the revelation that these memos exited. Almost nothing. I was shocked.
Published September 13, 2008
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Posted in Satire by sirsatire on September 10th, 2008
After seven years, scientists are now able to explain why the Twin Towers collapsed on Sept. 11, 2001, even though fires were well below the 1,500C melting point of the buildings’ steel girders.
The discovery that unusual chemical cutting charges and demolition explosives made the girders weak by blowing them to pieces finally puts to rest bizarre scientific theories designed to avoid revealing that Sept. 11 was, in fact, an act of treason committed by the Bush administration for political gain.
Retired physics professor Steven Jones found that steel loses its strength when chemically melted by thermite — or its more powerful cousin thermate — and the steel undergoes a physical transition from big pieces to small pieces due to demolition charges exploding next to it. The steel didn’t collapse — it just became blown-to-pieces. It is an unusual condition caused by the pre-planting of explosives by a team of demolition experts hired as part of a false-flag operation, which was designed to make the American people think they were attacked in order to gain their support in changing from a constitutional republic to a global empire ruled by a neoconservative junta.
“Understanding how neoconservatives behave means we can find the right ‘justice’ to make the U.S. Constitution stronger after acts of high treason,” Jones said. “And if this work can be used in other applications, such as safeguarding democratic republics against would-be tyrants, so much the better.”
Jones also said he was able to rule out an alternative theory based on magnetism by using three of his brain cells while analyzing it, and trying hard not to laugh while doing so.