No 410 6/13/13 “En mi opinión” Lázaro R González Miño Editor ‘IN GOD WE TRUST’

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 Apología de Teflón Alberto Pérez

La apología siempre ha existido desde los tiempos de Grecia. Es la práctica de retórica que se usa para vindicar o defender a una persona en una situación púbica o política.

El Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) comercialmente conocido como Teflón es un material descubierto por Dupont en que los átomos de flúor crean una especie de barrera que impide que los productos que se están cocinando se adhieran al sartén. 

La apologia de Teflón se refiere al tipo de retórica continuada protegiendo a un político en que los apologistas mantienen a su defendido como el teflón, que no se le pega nada.

Todos los días tenemos un caso nuevo que prueba el tipo de gobierno que se burla del sistema democrático, atacando a sus enemigos como en las dictaduras más totalitarias.

Sólo por la prensa apologista, puede el presidente Obama mantenerse en la oficina presidencial sin ser impugnado. 

Hay  precedentes, cómo fue el caso de Ulises Grant, en que su condición de héroe de la guerra lo hizo impune a los escándalos de su administración. 

Pero si se analizan los escándalos de ambos presidentes, nunca Grant cometió estas violaciones de los derechos de los ciudadanos a su privacidad, ni usó las oficinas públicas para atacar a sus enemigos, realmente fueron escándalos de corrupción administrativa.

 Barack Hussein Obama no es Ulises Grant, el único acto insigne de Obama es el color de su piel, el ser el primer presidente negro de los Estados Unidos.  Pero esto no le concede ningún mérito, en todo caso sería el mérito del pueblo que lo eligió. 

Esto no le da el derecho a violar los derechos del pueblo al que juró servir de acuerdo con la Constitución.

El Departamento de Estado de EE.UU., investigado por prostitución y drogas

Por Ashley Fantz

(CNN) — Es probable que algunos altos funcionarios del Departamento de Estado de Estados Unidos y de seguridad diplomática hayan encubierto u obstaculizado las investigaciones acerca del comportamiento incorrecto o incluso delictivo del personal, según un memorando interno procedente de la oficina del inspector general de la dependencia.

Según la cronología de las acusaciones, los incidentes ocurrieron durante el mandato de la exsecretaria de Estado, Hillary Clinton, lo que abre la posibilidad de que crezca el escándalo y de que su trayectoria y sus posibles ambiciones políticas se vean afectadas. Clinton recibió críticas por el ataque contra la embajada estadounidense en Bengasi, Libia, en septiembre de 2012.

Respecto a las acusaciones más recientes, CNN recibió los documentos de manos del abogado de un exinvestigador de la oficina del inspector general.

En los documentos se incluye información acerca de:

• Un embajador estadounidense en activo que “rutinariamente se deshacía de su escolta para solicitar favores sexuales a prostitutas y menores de edad”, según el documento. En el memorando se afirma que la escolta del embajador y otras personas “sabían que esto ocurría”. Cuando un oficial de seguridad diplomática trató de investigar, el subsecretario de Gestión del Departamento de Estado, Patrick Kennedy, supuestamente ordenó que “no se abriera una investigación formal”.

El martes, CNN obtuvo una declaración del embajador, quien negó categóricamente las acusaciones y dijo que eran “infundadas”.

En el mismo memorando, supuestamente escrito por el embajador Larry Dinger, se indica que la información es producto de la charla de oficina.

“A veces la fuente es uno o varios agentes que se dieron cuenta del caso gracias al ambiente de camaradería con sus colegas”, indica el memorando.

• Un oficial de seguridad del Departamento de Estado en Beirut, Líbano, presuntamente “está involucrado en agresiones sexuales” contra ciudadanos extranjeros que trabajaban como guardias en la embajada. La oficina del inspector general indica que el oficial de seguridad también está acusado de cometer “ataques similares durante su destacamento en Bagdad y probablemente en Jartum y Monrovia”.

El memorando de la oficina indica que el investigador de la oficina del inspector general que fue a Beirut a tratar de efectuar una investigación no tuvo el tiempo suficiente para terminar su trabajo.

• Un miembro de la escolta de Clinton supuestamente “contactó a prostitutas durante los viajes oficiales en el extranjero”. El agente que el inspector general asignó para investigar “concluyó” que “el problema de prostitución es endémico”.

• En Iraq, es posible que exista un “círculo de drogas clandestino” en operación cerca de la embajada de Estados Unidos que “proporcionaba” drogas a los contratistas de seguridad del Departamento de Estado; sin embargo, el agente al que se envió a investigar no pudo terminar su trabajo.

La vocera del Departamento de Estado, Jen Psaki, respondió este lunes a las acusaciones.

“Todos los empleados se sujetan a los estándares más elevados”, dijo. “Tomamos muy en serio las acusaciones de mala conducta e investigamos concienzudamente. Todos los casos que se mencionan en el reporte de CBS se investigaron minuciosamente y siguen bajo investigación; el Departamento sigue tomando medidas”.

La cadena estadounidense CBS fue la primera en reportar este lunes las acusaciones.

Jill Dougherty, de CNN, colaboró con este reporte. http://cnnespanol.cnn.com/2013/06/11/el-departamento-de-estado-de-ee-uu-investigado-por-prostitucion-y-drogas/

ACLU sues Obama administration officials in NSA phone surveillance case

By United Press International June 12, 2013 6:57 am  “En mi opinión” Los buitres diciéndole “pescuezo pelao” a las “auras tiñosas”  Lázaro R González Miño

A civil liberties watchdog Tuesday sued a clutch of Obama administration officials in federal court in New York, challenging its phone surveillance enterprises.

The American Civil Liberties Union’s lawsuit in U.S. District Court names National Intelligence Director James Clapper, National Security Agency Director Keith Alexander, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, Attorney General Eric Holder and FBI Director Robert Mueller.

The ACLU is challenging the phone surveillance program the NSA has pursued under the auspices of the Patriot Act, contending the agency’s collection of metadata has violated Americans’ constitutional rights of free speech, association and privacy.

The suit came a day after the ACLU went to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court seeking the release of secret court opinions on the Patriot Act’s Section 215, which has been interpreted to authorize the warrantless collection of phone records.

“Collecting those details — ‘metadata’ that reveals who people talk to, for how long, how often, and possibly from where — allows the government to paint an alarmingly detailed picture of Americans’ private lives,” the ACLU’s Brett Max Kaufman said in a statement.

“The FISC order cited Section 215 as its legal basis, yet the breadth of the authority it granted to the government is simply incompatible with the text of the statute.

The employer of Edward Snowden, who claimed responsibility for leaking U.S. intelligence surveillance operations, said Tuesday it fired him the day before.

Meanwhile, Russian officials said they would weigh whether to grant asylum to Snowden, who holed up in a Hong Kong hotel until Monday when he checked out. His whereabouts are unknown.

In a statement, Booz Allen confirmed Snowden “was terminated June 10, 2013, for violations of the firm’s code of ethics and firm policy.”

The statement said he was employed for less than three months and assigned to a team based in Hawaii.

“News reports that this individual has claimed to have leaked classified information are shocking, and if accurate, this action represents a grave violation of the code of conduct and core values of our firm,” the statement said. “We will work closely with our clients and authorities in their investigation of this matter.”

Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Tuesday if Russian authorities receive an asylum request, “we will consider it,” business daily Kommersant reported.

White House spokesman Jay Carney, asked during his daily press briefing in Washington, whether the United States wants to prosecute Snowden, pointed out there is an investigation taking place “and it is for the investigators to determine whether or not crimes have been committed and to decide what charges, if any, will be brought.”

Carney also disputed the contention by Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., that Clapper didn’t give “straight answers” on the NSA surveillance effort at a March hearing and said the president “certainly believes that Director Clapper has been straight and direct in the answers that he’s given, and has actively engaged in an effort to provide more information about the programs that have been revealed through the leak of classified information.”

When pressed by a reporter who said even Clapper has acknowledged he wasn’t as forthcoming as he could have been, Carney said the thought the director “has been aggressive in providing as much information as possible to the American people, to the press about these very sensitive and very important programs that are authorized by Congress under Section 702 and Section 215 of the Patriot Act — a public statute, a much-debated public statute that has been passed into law and reauthorized I believe three times by Congress with bipartisan majorities.”

Snowden, 29, a former CIA computer technician who was an intelligence contractor, said Sunday he was the source of recent leaks about the NSA’s cellphone and Internet monitoring program known as “Prism.”

Snowden has sought asylum since leaking the top-secret NSA documents to media, the British publication The Daily Telegraph reported.

“The only thing I can do is sit here and hope the Hong Kong government does not deport me,” Snowden told The Guardian, suggesting he could seek protection in Iceland. The Guardian broke the story.

Snowden’s disclosures also raised questions about outsourcing U.S. intelligence operations, the Telegraph said. More than half the 25,000 employees of Booz Allen, Snowden’s employer, hold government security clearances.

“The process has just been a great wealth transfer to the private sector,” former CIA case officer Bob Baer told the Telegraph. “And I hate the systems they’ve built because they never caught a terrorist.”

Snowden’s disappearance came as the Justice Department began assembling information for a possible case against him, The New York Times reported.

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No siempre estoy de acuerdo con el punto de vista del amigo y tocayo Alberto Muller, aunque reconozco su sentir sinceramente democrático en sus escritos hasta en el caso en que difiero con ellos.

Pero en este artículo Alberto expone claramente la diferencia que existe entre seguridad y privacidad y la falacia de Obama cuando trata de igualar los dos conceptos. Alberto Perez

 

Falacia de Obama comparar seguridad con privacidad

Escrito el 12. jun, 2013. Por Alberto Müller, en Noticias

No existe ningún reparo emocional de peso en reconocer que la elección de Barack Obama a la presidencia de los Estados Unidos representó un dejar atrás elementos de discriminación racial y rapacidad en la historia de la nación norteamericana. 

Sin embargo, sí hay elementos básicos para rechazar terminantemente la ecuación comparativa emitida por el presidente Obama -por considerarla equívoca y temeraria- de ‘que no se puede tener un 100% de seguridad y un 100% de privacidad’. 

La privacidad de la vida -del latín ‘privatus’- es esa zona espiritual íntima y reservada de la persona humana que es inviolable e intocable, por lo que la Nación en pleno, está obligada a protegerla de cualquier intromisión, como ordena con transparencia la Cuarta Enmienda de la Constitución de los Estados Unidos.
Comparar estos dos términos, y he aquí la falacia en las palabras del presidente Obama, sería como comparar los latidos del corazón, que emiten las ondas misteriosas del amor y la respiración, con el policía armado que se parapeta en las cuatro esquinas del semáforo para vigilar las violaciones que puedan provocar un accidente de tránsito en el barrio.
El policía puede parar el auto que, cometió la violación y multar al conductor, pero no puede bajo ningún pretexto, alterar el ritmo de los latidos del corazón del conductor, porque esto sería violatorio del derecho natural a la privacidad de la vida.
La IV Enmienda a la Constitución de los Estados Unidos protege al ciudadano de pesquisas y aprehensiones arbitrarias. Por lo que exige que las pesquisas sean razonables y limitadas en cuanto a su alcance a información específicas.
Esta vigilancia masiva, que ha salido a la luz pública en Estados Unidos, no puede justificarse con términos relativos de seguridad, porque violan los preceptos de razonabilidad y espacios que permiten, tanto la Primera, como la Cuarta Enmienda de la Constitución.
Precisamente violar esta limitación razonable de la pesquisa, es lo que convierte el acto en una intromisión orwelliana del ciudadano, más típica de los regímenes de fuerza  totalitarios, tipo José Stalin (Rusia), Kim jon il (Corea del Norte) y Fidel Castro (Cuba), que del gobierno democrático de los Estados Unidos.
Las revelaciones de que las autoridades federales de los Estados Unidos, bajo el pretexto de la seguridad nacional, se han introducido a través del internet en las comunicaciones o contactos telefónicas de millones y millones de personas y hogares, son sumamente graves, porque erosionan las libertades civiles de los Estados Unidos y quiebran la columna vertebral de la nación que descansa en la privacidad del ciudadano, que es el verdadero soberano.
Existen en Estados Unidos mecanismos judiciales que justifican por razones de seguridad, cualquier investigación de inteligencia, pero siempre dentro del margen de lo razonable y limitado.
Y por supuesto, reconociendo que la privacidad de la vida y el derecho a informar son consustanciales con la historia de libertad de los Estados Unidos.
Recordemos el dictamen del magistrado de la Corte Suprema de los Estados Unidos, Hugo Black, cuando el gobierno de Richard Nixon se opuso a que se publicaran los famosos ‘Documentos del Pentágono’ en 1971 sobre la Guerra de Viet-Nam, que reza así: “el poder del gobierno de censurar a la prensa fue abolido para que la prensa tenga siempre libertad de censurar al gobierno. La prensa fue protegida para que pueda desnudar los secretos del gobierno e informar al pueblo”.
Se impone que tanto la Casa Blanca, como el Congreso, revisen con urgencia sus prerrogativas de intromisión masiva en la privacidad del ciudadano, con los registros masivos de AP, Verizon y Prism, porque la Corte Suprema de los Estados Unidos terminará desautorizándolos por violar la libertad y la dignidad del individuo, consagrados en la Constitución de los Estados Unidos.
Dejemos la intromisión, la imposición y el autoritarismo para los regímenes de fuerza, que siempre justifican sus atropellos con el susodicho argumento de la seguridad.

 

Ask John Boehner Why?

Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) said yesterday that he will support the bloated farm bill. But as Heritage has been highlighting, this bill does not do what most people think it does.
The nearly trillion-dollar bill actually doles out money to some surprising sources and frankly, it’s not very farm-related.
As the House prepares to debate the bill next week, here are a few questions for Boehner and other Members of Congress:

WHY is the “farm” bill 80 percent food stamps?

At least one Senator was pretty blunt about the purpose of the food stamps: just to “get the farm bill passed.” Such a massive program deserves to be considered—and debated—on its own, not lumped in with unrelated programs and slapped with the title of “farm.”
Food stamp spending has doubled under the Obama Administration, and participation is at historic highs. For a bill that’s 80 percent food stamps, the “farm” bill clearly has the wrong name.

WHY does the “farm” bill tax Christmas trees?

A House committee added the Obama Administration’s proposed new tax on fresh Christmas trees into the farm bill. Didn’t see that coming, did you?

WHY would the House “farm” bill spend 56 percent more than the last farm bill, especially given our massive federal debt?

The House farm bill is projected to cost $940 billion, according to the Congressional Budget Office. The last farm bill, in 2008, was projected to cost $604 billion. By any measure, passing a bill that is projected to be 56 percent more expensive than the last farm bill is not fiscally responsible.

WHY does the “farm” bill spend money to help market sheep and goats—and purchase weather radios?  

Heritage experts Diane Katz and Daren Bakst put together a list of 20 “completely unjustified” programs included in the “farm” bill. It includes taxpayer dollars for the National Sheep Industry Improvement Center, which helps with the marketing of sheep and goats. And yes, it has $1 million per year for weather radios.
Let’s be honest. This isn’t a “farm” bill. It’s a food stamps-and-whatever-else-Congress-can-throw-in bill.
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 ANOTHER SACRIFICIAL LAMB FOR OBAMA AND SUSAN RICE. Alberto Perez.

CIA Deputy Director involved with the fallout after the attack on the diplomatic outpost in Benghazi, Libya, announced his retirement  

WASHINGTON — CIA Deputy Director Michael Morell, who defended harsh interrogation techniques and was involved with the fallout after the attack on the diplomatic outpost in Benghazi, Libya, announced his retirement Wednesday.

When President Barack Obama named a successor to former CIA Director David Petraeus last January, Morell was passed over in favor of the White House counterterrorism adviser, John Brennan. Morell had been acting director since Petraeus’ resignation.

“While I have given everything I have to the Central Intelligence Agency and its vital mission for a third of a century, it is now time for me to give everything I have to my family,” Morell said in a statement released Wednesday by the agency. He said he will leave his CIA post Aug. 9. Morell retired after 33 years at the CIA, including two stints as acting director and one as deputy director.

James Clapper. Alberto Perez.

Hemos tenido que oír las declaraciones de James Clapper el director nacional de Inteligencia del gobierno de Obama, en el congreso de los Estados Unidos,  defendiendo el espionaje masivo de todos los ciudadanos.

Este Sr. Clapper (aplaudidor) que mejor debiera llamarse Crapper (cagón), es el mismo que hace unos días  fustigó los medios de comunicación por sus “imprudentes revelaciones” sobre los amplios programas de vigilancia desarrollados por el gobierno y destacó la eficacia de éstos en la lucha antiterrorista.  Parece que quería que no publicaran las noticias.

Este Sr. Clapper o Crapper es el mismo que dijo que la Hermandad Musulmana era una organización secular.

Es el mismo Crapper que en el párrafo final de su testimonio por escrito ante los comités de inteligencia del Congreso de EE.UU, dijo  “Con una cómoda ventaja en las encuestas,  se espera que Maduro gane, y probablemente continuará con la tradición de Hugo Chávez”-

Esto fue antes de las elecciones, una clara interferencia en las elecciones de un país extranjero de un director de una agencia del gobierno en el congreso.

Por eso la Acción Testimonial Latinoamericana, pidió una investigación de James Clapper al congreso de los Estados Unidos bajo los siguientes cargos y que pueden leer completa en este link (como es claro se quedaron esperando)

 Solicitud de investigación de james clapper, john brennan y robert …

Los tres puntos de la petición fueron:

1        Injerencia en la política interna de Venezuela

2        Condicionamiento de la opinión pública Venezolana, desesperanzando al electorado Venezolano para ayudar a la causa de Maduro

3        Desafío a los latinoamericanos comprometidos con un estado de derecho, la democracia y la justicia social en la región

 

¿Qué hace Clapper ahí? Tal vez esa no es la pregunta, sino ¿Qué hace Obama ahí? ¿Cómo se arriesgó una parte de la población americana a colocar a semejante enemigo extranjero en la silla presidencial?

Google pide transparencia al gobierno de EE.UU. en solicitudes de información

(CNNMéxico) — En medio de las acusaciones de invasión de privacidad que enfrenta el gobierno de Estados Unidos, Google llamó a la administración federal a trasparentar sus peticiones de acceso a información de los usuarios que normalmente realiza a través de oficinas de seguridad.

La compañía envió una carta abierta al secretario de Justicia, Eric Holder, y al director del FBI, Robert Mueller, en la que la compañía con sede en California pide satisfacer el “interés público (de los usuarios)” acerca de cómo se maneja su información privada “sin dañar la seguridad nacional”, reportó CNNMoney.

El anuncio de Google ocurre luego de que Facebook y Microsoft emitieron comunicados en ese mismo sentido este martes, en los que aceptan que colaboran con algunas restricciones en las solicitudes del gobierno y, de igual forma, llaman a que haya mayor transparencia.

“Google no tiene nada que ocultar”, escribió David Drummond, el director jurídico del gigante tecnológico. La compañía tiene prohibido revelar la naturaleza de las peticiones de información que hace el gobierno, según la Ley de Vigilancia de Inteligencia Extranjera (FISA, por sus siglas en inglés).

Google ha negado las versiones que han surgido en los últimos días en EU en los que se dice que la compañía y otras —Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Yahoo, AOL— abren completamente sus servidores a las agencias de seguridad estadounidense.

“Las afirmaciones en la prensa de que el cumplimiento de estas solicitudes da acceso sin restricciones al gobierno de Estados Unidos a los datos de nuestros usuarios son simplemente falsas”, escribió Drummond, de acuerdo con el reporte de CNNMoney.

“Pero las obligaciones de confidencialidad del gobierno con respecto al número de solicitudes de seguridad nacional de FISA que Google recibe, así como el número de las cuentas contempladas en dichas solicitudes, alimentan la especulación”, dijo Drummond.

El Departamento de Justicia ya tiene conocimiento de la carta y está “en proceso de revisión de la petición”, dijo un vocero de la dependencia a CNNMoney.

Google se ha incluido junto a las otras compañías tecnológicas en el programa denominado Prisma, a través del cual la Agencia de Seguridad Nacional (NSA, por sus siglas en inglés) hace solicitudes de información privada de sus usuarios en internet.

En principio, el diario británico The Guardian y el estadounidense The Washington Post revelaron información obtenida a través de un excolaborador de la CIA en la que se afirma que el gobierno de Estados Unidos mantiene un registro de llamadas telefónicas de los estadounidenses. Después se añadió que los registros de seguridad incluían a la red.

Hasta ahora Google ha hecho públicos informes de transparencia en los que da a conocer las peticiones que realiza el gobierno de materiales ilícitos en los servidores, y archivos que infringen leyes de derecho de autor, indicó CNNMoney en su reporte.

NSA Scandal: Is It ‘Anything Goes’ in the War on Terror?  Derek Khanna On June 12, 2013

IN FRONT OF YOU AND OBLIVIOUS TO THE FACTS‏

The NSA data-collection scandal might have been received very differently if it had not come on top of all the other Obama scandals. In the past, some Republicans have been in favor of nearly any tactic as part of the War on Terror, but now, in the midst of the Benghazi and IRS scandals, Republicans are naturally skeptical about the Obama administration. Other Republicans, and many Democrats as well, have always been worried about privacy, and these worries have been exacerbated by the DOJ’s surveillance of numerous AP reporters and of Fox News correspondent James Rosen — and most recently by the dragnet of Verizon phone records (now apparently broader than Verizon) revealed last week by theGuardian.

Many in the media are taking it personally, as prominent reporters wonder what information about their sources may have been compromised. These scandals fly in the face of the concept of protecting the Fourth Estate. Would Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein have been able to expose Watergate in a climate like the present one? Thus when the NSA’s PRISM program for Internet data collection — something that some technology experts have suspected was going on for some time — was exposed in full PowerPoint glory, it was the political perfect storm.

To many Americans, the idea that phone records and e-mail contents were routinely given to the federal government seems to be a clear violation of the Fourth Amendment’s prohibition against search and seizure without a warrant and probable cause. But unfortunately, this perspective on the Fourth Amendment is simply not one the courts have taken for the past 50-plus years.

Thus, these scandals should result in more than just blame of the Obama administration (although it is clearly culpable). They should also prompt a thorough review of legal protections relating to searches and seizures by the federal government.

This ought to be the wake-up call that Americans have needed. For too long, too many Americans have relied upon the Supreme Court to be the sole protector of civil liberties. They are wrong. It is up to all of us to protect our civil liberties, through the officials we elect, the laws that they pass, and our role in jury trials.

 Useful fools helping and abetting this dubious, sleazy and abusive  administration. Don’t you know that in the case of the NSA we all want security. But don’t you not understand that trolling and casting wide surveillance programs of people NOT suspected in terror activity is not constitutional. Don’t you know that when there is reason to go after those that want to hurt us is perfectly legal to do so. But is not legal to collect data such as phone calls, emails of thousands of people under one warrant  muchless store this information. Don’t you know the difference.

DON’T YOU KNOW the many public officials have recently lied during congressional committees. Is anyone going to jail or even fired. Don’t you know that THE IRS administrator Ms Lerner is at home getting pay until everything blows over. The same goes for two other recently suspended IRS officials/workers. Under this administration no one working for it  goes to jail including bureaucrats and administrators. NOT EVEN FIRED.

AND THE BIGGEST PROBLEM OF ALL is Attorney General Eric Holder . The administration agenda enforcer that will prosecute or not and enforce laws as directed by the administration. Eric Holder is also a lier as per his recent testification in the AP scandal, Fast and Furious etc . Moreover, he is also a bigot .Listen to Eric holder words as to why he did not prosecute the Chicago Black Panthers obstructing  voters as per recorded by clear video.  THE ADMINISTRATION USES THE  “DOJ” AS AN ENFORCER MECHANISM.  

They are all liars and cannot be trusted , everything you need is wright in front of you , don’t you get it.

Jorge Aguiar
Doral, Florida

 “Lazaro, te envio copia de una carta…” Ricardo Samitier.

Lázaro… te envió copia (para tu conocimiento aunque puedes publicar lo que estimes conveniente) de esta carta que le envié a un catedrático de Historia de España que está colaborando conmigo en conseguir datos sobre la participación de negros a favor de España… además tiene unas verdades de cómo Cuba cayó en el comunismo… por culpa de la FATÍDICA GENERACIÓN DEL 30… que es la que sigue dominando el exilio en que vivimos…

 

DON Enrique: Hoy tuve la oportunidad de leer en la revista semanal el Nuevo Mundo publicada en Madrid del 12 Octubre de 1898 que me envió, hace unos días…

 

MUCHAS GRACIAS. Por lo que leí, veo que el cuento que me hicieron de que los soldados negros que pelearon a favor de España fueron relocalizados en Ceuta… es verdad…  pues según cuenta los dos entrevistados; “estaban en espera de más negros para formar un batallón en Ceuta”

 

Nada de esto se conoce por los cubanos… la falta de historia… trajo los males…  Todo lo que hemos oído y leído por 100 años es que “El Brazo Fuerte de los negros manejando el machete le dieron la libertad a Cuba…” sin duda una campaña dirigida por los comunistas…

 

Desde 1933… Todos los ministros de educación fueron comunistas antes de cambiarse a partidos políticos llamados “DEMÓCRATAS”  y con anterioridad es muy difícil de saber cuál era su verdadera militancia ya que solo existían DOS partidos DONDE  estaban todos ellos infiltrados…

 

Hay que estudiarlos UNO POR UNO… por ejemplo Mendieta… todas sus actividades fueron DESESTABILIZADORAS… SE NEGÓ a negociar con Machado… QUE ERA UN GENERAL DE LA GUERRA DE INDEPENDENCIA… y después negocia con un SARGENTO elevado a Coronel por el comunista SERGIO CARBO…  eso es INEXPLICABLE… a no ser que fuera a favor de INTERESES OCULTOS…

 

Quizás usted no sabe que Pablo Lafargue… casado con la hija de Carlos Marx, nació en Santiago de Cuba, fue secretario de la I INTERNACIONAL y miembro de la II, también fundador del partido Socialista Obrero Español… y de DOS partidos Comunista de Francia… se mudo a Matanzas Cuba en 1899 y vivió  en la casa del poeta Diego Vicente Tejera hasta 1901… y como sabemos era un gran organizador… pero en Cuba (EXTRAÑAMENTE) no trato de fundar un partido comunista… al menos OFICIALMENTE…  no sabemos que hizo…quizás reconoció que no existían las condiciones… pero si sabemos que pasados los años… Vicente Tejera fue nombrado por el entonces dictador Batista en 1939… Presidente del Tribunal Supremo Electoral… y fue quien determino que Batista ganó las elecciones de 1940  y en 1944 hubo otras elecciones… la oposición a Batista están liderada por un partido que se hacía llamar “anti imperialista”  (Eudosio Rabines quien era miembros la INTELIGENCIA COMUNISTA y representaba a Hispano América en Moscú… dice en sus memorias…que se acordó que para Cuba la mejor política era fundar un PARTIDO PARALELO DE MASAS... no identificado con el comunismo… y el único nuevo partido fundado en Cuba en 1936 fue el “Partido Revolucionario Cubano Anti Imperialista” EXTRAÑAMENTE el que determinó el triunfo fue Vicente Tejera… y según las malas lenguas fue a cambio de que se nombrarán a su hijo “Dieguito” Vicente Tejera ministro de educación… como todos los comunistas… Dieguito resulto conocido mas como LADRÓN  que comunista y MILLONARIO DECIDIÓ VOLUNTARIAMENTE ir a DISFRUTAR sus millones en la REPUBLICA DOMINICANA gobernada entonces por el dictador Trujillo… con el que se llevó muy bien…

 

Por cierto Eudosio Rabines… fue asesinando en Ciudad Méjico cuando iba caminando por la acera… al salir del periódico donde trabajaba… y un automóvil subió a la acera… arrollándole y dándose a la fuga… sin que nunca las autoridades consiguieran dar ni siguiera con el auto…

 

Otro caso curioso… Pablo Lafargue… y Laura Marx… se habían apartado de las actividades del partido comunista como 4 años antes de su supuesto SUICIDIO… muchos comentan que estaban desilusionados y a punto de escribir contra el comunismo…  al fin aparecieron muertos y solo Pablo… escribió una nota… diciendo que se suicidaba y que lo hacía en buen estado de salud… con una inyección de cianuro… inmediatamente “Fue Mundialmente Aceptado Que Fue Un Pacto Suicida”   Cuando en realidad FUE Y SIGUE SIENDO ANTE LA LEY… un “Homicidio Suicidio”   ya que Laura NUNCA ESCRIBIÓ que estaba de acuerdo… LEGALMENTE la hija de Carlos Marx FUE ASESINADA por su marido…

 

La carta de “DESPEDIDA DANDO VIVAS AL COMUNISMO” fue la PRIMERA y desde entonces todos los comunistas… inclusive los que han sido condenados a muerte durante las Purgas de Stalin… y las Cartas de conocidos suicidas cubanos… y hasta el General Ochoa condenando en Cuba por Castro a ser fusilado… En su última declaración televisada apoyó su condena y a Fidel Castro y condenó a los exiliados llamándoles “Los Perros Que Ladran En El Exilio”   como se puede concebir que todos sean suicidas o condenados aplaudan a sus asesinos????  Cosas que solo sucede en países comunistas…

 

Según se cuenta en el sepelio de Pablo Lafargue Lenin dijo: “Esta es la manera que deben de Morir todos los comunistas… cuando no pueden aportar más al triunfo de la revolución…”

 

LA ÚNICA EXPLICACIÓN… posible esta descripta en la Película “El Padrino”  donde a la persona que iba a declarar en contra… le traen al HERMANO de Italia… para recordarle que le vena a asesinar toda la familia… y después lo visita en la cárcel el “CONSEJERO” y le dice: “Si te suicidas… tu familia va a recibir dinero y beneficios” lo cual el individuo hace… en vez de podrirse en la cárcel…

 

También los comunistas han hecho correr la versión que Pablo y Laura… estaban económicamente arruinados… pues habían gastado todo el dinero que habían recibido tanto de los padres de Pablo como de Federico Engels…

 

Mucho le agradezco su colaboración… y voy a tratar por todos los medios de rendir honor a la VERDADERA HISTORIA  y a los verdaderos héroes que lucharon con honor en ambos bandos… quizás eso ayude a DESPERTAR A LO HOMBRES DE BUENA VOLUNTAD a no dejarse embaucar por los demagogos…

 

\Un fuerte abrazo,   Ricardo

 

Obama On Immigration Bill: ‘This Is The Vehicle’ To Fix Broken System

President Obama and his administration cannot be trusted to enforce any law. The facts are clear to those that follow the issues closely. Look the many illegalities now surfacing from the NSA, IRS, AP, Fast and furious. The administration does pretty much as they want and they have proven to subversively enforce or not their political agenda as it suits them. The President himself has issue order to his hangman Attorney General NOT to currently enforce some immigration laws. This is a documented fact.

 

If the border is not secured and the illegal immigrants can get federal benefits this makes it on the table  garbage legislature . A country that has 7.6% in unemployment , with military returning home to find that a good government job is being occupied by an illegal immigrant is outrage including so called dreamers or not. American boys graduating from college by the thousands and cannot find jobs. Why more Illegal privileges and benefits. A country with 17 trillions in debt means that it cannot provide for it own citizens but want  provide for illegal immigrants for political voter gain. 

 

A broken social security, medicare, defense but the concern is to provide for illegal immigrants over the need of the American people.YES, government corruption and oppression is rampant as recents events clear show it. The new word is to called outright illegalities “scandals” and therefore no one goes to jail or event get fired.

 

Jorge Aguiar

Doral, Florida

 

IRS Agents Stole 60 Million Medical Records, Legal Complaint Alleges By  Eliana Johnson

The Internal Revenue Service stole and improperly accessed 60 million medical records after raiding a California company, according to a legal complaint filed in March with the California superior court for San Diego. Fifteen IRS agents are now facing a class-action lawsuit in the matter.

“In a case involving solely a tax matter involving a former employee of the company, these agents stole more than 60,000,000 medical records of more than 10,000,000 Americans” the complaint, filed by attorney Robert Barnes, alleges. “No search warrant authorized the seizure of these records; no subpoena authorized the seizure of these records; none of the 10,000,000 Americans were under any kind of known criminal or civil investigation and their medical records had no relevance whatsoever to the IRS search.”

The complaint goes on to describe how IRS agents ignored the warnings of IT personnel and executives at the company in question, the John Doe Company, and accuses the IRS of violating the plantiff’s Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable search and seizure.

Following the seizure of records, IRS agents also used the company’s system for leisure activities, according to the compaint. “Adding insult to injury, after unlawfully seizing the records and searching their intimate parts, defendants decided to use John Doe Company’s media system to watch basketball, ordering pizza and Coca-Cola, to take in part of the NCAA tournament, illustrating their complete disregard of the court’s order and the Plaintiffs’ Fourth Amendment rights” it states.

If substantiated, these allegations are likely to add to the furor sparked by recent revelations that the agency, between 2010 and 2012, targeted tea-party groups for special scrutiny. An inspector general’s report released yesterday said the inappropriate focus on conservative groups resulted from lax management.

The lawsuit is seeking $25,000 in compensatory damages for each violation, a declaratory judgment protecting the privileged information of the seized records, an injunction preventing the IRS from sharing the records, and an order requiring the agency to purchse government databases of the records.

The full complaint is available here. The lawsuit was first reported March 14 by Courthouse News Service.  http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/348382/irs-agents-stole-60-million-medical-records-legal-complaint-alleges

Facebook urges U.S. government to allow disclosure of security requests

SAN FRANCISCO | Tue Jun 11, 2013 5:16pm EDT

(Reuters) – Facebook Inc on Tuesday urged the U.S. government to allow Internet companies to reveal the size and scope of the national security information requests they receive, echoing statements made by Google Inc and Microsoft Corp.

Facebook’s statement came hours after Google publicly asked the Department of Justice that it be allowed to disclose the full extent of the secret requests the company receives in order to demonstrate that Google turns over a relatively limited amount of user data.

“We would welcome the opportunity to provide a transparency report that allows us to share with those who use Facebook around the world a complete picture of the government requests we receive, and how we respond,” Facebook said in an e-mailed statement.

“We urge the United States government to help make that possible by allowing companies to include information about the size and scope of national security requests we receive.”

Facebook, Google and Microsoft are among nine Internet companies that have come under scrutiny following disclosures in The Guardian and Washington Post newspapers of their roles in a National Security Agency data collection program named Prism.

(Reporting by Gerry Shih; Editing by Toni Reinhold) http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/06/11/net-us-usa-security-facebook-idUSBRE95A16F20130611

Uncle Same Wants You (But Not Muslims)…Under Surveillance

12 June 2013 /  According to an ever-increasing array of sources, we are all under surveillance. Every electronic source of communication is being monitored, cataloged and stored in Utah to be accessed by the authorities at any time in the future.

Our phone calls, e-mails, texts, everything. And with the ever-growing number of security cameras lining our streets, our every movement can be monitored outdoors.

Once inside they have the capability of watching us through our web cams and interactive TVs. With the introduction of common core in our schools it does seem like the government at least has the makings of building a “Minority Report” type profile on each and every American. Well, not quite.

There is the odd schizophrenia when it comes to the Muslim community. It seems our same ultra-intrusive government doesn’t feel the need to monitor them as they do us.

Even when moderate Muslims claim to have seen materials calling for jihad against the United States in the Cambridge mosque attended by the Tsarnaev brothers.

But I’m sure our government sees the Cambridge mosque as a holy place that should not be monitored even though the founder of the Islamic Society of Boston mosque was none other than Abdulrahman Alamoudi, who is currently serving two years in prison for funding Al Qaeda. Yes, only two years.

One of the mosques former trustees and a “spiritual leader” of the Muslim Brotherhood, Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi has been banned from even entering the U.S. due to his terror ties. Other notable mosque attendees include a member of Al Qaeda. Yet the mosque is still fully operational and growing every year. Read more: http://MinutemenNews.com/2013/06/uncle-same-wants-you-but-not-muslims-under-surveillance/#ixzz2W22nju2e

Shoring Up Second Amendment With “Armed Citizen Project”

12 June 2013 / A Houston-based nonprofit organization — the Armed Citizen Project — is offering free gun training and free shotguns to selected residents of Oak Forest, a high-crime neighborhood in Houston, Texas. The founder of the organization — Kyle Coplen — plans to expand the Armed Citizen Project to high-crime cities throughout the country.

According to Thomas Jefferson, “The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government.” While the most important purpose of the Second Amendment is to protect the right of citizens to oppose governmental tyranny, a strong subsidiary purpose is to protect the right of citizens to defend themselves against criminals. In the words of the Kyle Coplen,

“We’re coming — and we’re going to get shotguns into the hands of responsible citizens,” said Kyle Coplen, who founded the nonprofit Armed Citizen Project in January.

“When criminals fear the citizenry, it deters crime,” the 29-year-old added.

In a personal interview, Kyle Coplen explained why he is enthusiastic about the training provided by the Armed Citizen Project:

I’m a constitutionalist, and I take pride in helping to create the next generation of freedom-loving Americans who are trained to use a shotgun and to understand and appreciate the Second Amendment of our Constitution. The training we provide with the shotgun helps to make the Second Amendment tangible, and we see the shotgun as a “gateway weapon” that opens up the possibility for citizens to learn how to use a handgun, to get a concealed handgun license, and even to learn how to use a semi-automatic weapon.

The first implementation of the Armed Citizen Project is now taking place in the Oak Forest neighborhood of Houston, Texas:

Kyle Coplen, the project’s 29-year-old founder said his group expects to train at least 50 Oak Forest residents and put up signs saying the neighborhood is armed.

“When we have a crime wave, we don’t just say let’s just increase police and that’s all we do. We do multiple things. I see this as one aspect of what we can do,” said Coplen, who graduated from the University of Houston with a master’s degree in public administration.

It costs the organization about $300 to arm and train an individual and about $20,000 for an entire neighborhood. All costs are paid through donations, said Coplen, though he declined to say how much his organization has raised so far.

Read More:  http://thenewamerican.com/
Read more: http://MinutemenNews.com/2013/06/shoring-up-second-amendment-with-armed-citizen-project/#ixzz2W23KJP6e

Holder, Obama and 9 Companies Tied to PRISM Will Be Smacked With Class-Action Lawsuit Today

12 June 2013 /

Former Justice Department prosecutor Larry Klayman amended an existing lawsuit against Verizon and a slew of Obama administration officials Monday to make it the first class-action lawsuit in response to the publication of a secret court order instructing Verizon to hand over the phone records of millions of American customers on an “ongoing, daily basis.”

Klayman told U.S. News he will file a second class-action lawsuit Wednesday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia targeting government officials and each of the nine companies listed in a leaked National Security Agency slideshow as participants in the government’s PRISM program.

According to the slideshow, the PRISM program allows government agents direct, real-time access to the servers of nine major tech companies, including AOL, Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, PalTalk, Skype, Yahoo! and YouTube.

U.S. News did not seek comment from the companies, all of which have denied any knowledge of or participation in the PRISM program.

Klayman said he hopes the two lawsuits will be considered jointly as companion cases.

The class-action lawsuit against Verizon says the defendants violated customers’ “reasonable expectation of privacy, free speech and association, right to be free of unreasonable searches and seizures and due process rights.”

“This case challenges the legality of Defendants’ participation and conduct in a secret and illegal government scheme to intercept and analyze vast quantities of domestic telephone communications,” says the lawsuit against Verizon, which also names as defendants President Barack Obama, Attorney General Eric Holder, NSA director Keith Alexander and federal judge Roger Vinson, the FISA court judge who approved the leaked April order.
Read more: http://MinutemenNews.com/2013/06/obama-and-nine-companies-tied-to-prism-will-be-smacked-with-class-action-lawsuit-today/#ixzz2W23z5xek

Michael Savage: ACLU turns on Obama

Liberal ally warns of ‘grave threat to democratic freedoms’

“Even the ACLU is shocked” by the Obama administration’s secret grab of phone records of millions of Americans, says talk-radio host Michael Savage.

 

He noted on his nationally syndicated show Friday night that while Obama has characterized the government’s access to the data as a “modest encroachment” on privacy, an ACLU senior policy analyst called it a “gross privacy invasion.”

 

Recalling the warnings in his “Beware the Government-Media Complex” speech to the Commonwealth Club of California in 2000, Savage told his listeners the NSA’s snooping is “the biggest scandal of your entire life.”

“I’ve always run my life as if I’m listened in on,” he said.

 

Savage cited an op-ed for Reuters by the ACLU’s Ben Wizner that pointed out the disturbing privacy implications of the Obama administration’s surveillance program.

 

A Massachusetts Institute of Technology study, Wizner wrote, concluded that “reviewing people’s social networking contacts alone was sufficient to determine their sexual orientation.”

 

He noted that “metadata from email communications was sufficient to identify the mistress of then-CIA Director David Petraeus and then drive him out of office.”

 

“The ‘who,’ ‘when’ and ‘how frequently’ of communications are often more revealing than what is said or written,’ he argued. “Calls between a reporter and a government whistleblower, for example, may reveal a relationship that can be incriminating all on its own.”

 

The ACLU analyst said “repeated calls to Alcoholics Anonymous, hotlines for gay teens, abortion clinics or a gambling bookie may tell you all you need to know about a person’s problems.”

 

“If a politician were revealed to have repeatedly called a phone sex hotline after 2:00 a.m., no one would need to know what was said on the call before drawing conclusions,” said Wizner. “In addition sophisticated data-mining technologies have compounded the privacy implications by allowing the government to analyze terabytes of metadata and reveal far more details about a person’s life than ever before.”

 

The London Guardian released a secret order Wednesday from the FISA Court revealing that the U.S. government has been using Section 215 of the Patriot Act to track the calls of every Verizon Business Network Services customer.

In response, the ACLU issued a press release Thursday calling on Congress to investigate.

 

“The secrecy surrounding the government’s extraordinary surveillance powers has stymied our system of checks and balances,” said Laura Murphy, director of the ACLU’s Washington Legislative Office.

 

Murphy said there’s “a time and a place for government secrecy, but true democracy demands that the governed be informed of the rules of play so as to hold elected officials to account.”

 

The Obama program appears to be based on the FISA Amendments Act, which authorizes surveillance of communications if one party is believed to be outside the U.S.

 

In February, the ACLU’s lawsuit challenging the law’s constitutionality was dismissed 5-4 by the Supreme Court on the grounds that the plaintiffs could not prove that they had been monitored.

 

Get Jerome Corsi’s new and scorching exposé of the American Civil Liberties Union

ACLU Deputy Legal Director Jameel Jaffer, who argued the case before the Supreme Court, said the new revelations “make clear that the NSA – part of the military – now has direct access to every corner of Americans’ digital lives.”

“Unchecked government surveillance presents a grave threat to democratic freedoms,” he said. “These revelations are a reminder that Congress has given the executive branch far too much power to invade individual privacy, that existing civil liberties safeguards are grossly inadequate, and that powers exercised entirely in secret, without public accountability of any kind, will certainly be abused.”

 

Savage is the author of 29 books, including six New York Times bestsellers. He was awarded the coveted Freedom of Speech Award by Talkers Magazine and earned his Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley.

 

Get an autographed copy of “A Time for War” exclusively at the WND Superstore now while supplies last.

Savage’s latest novel, “A Time for War” is a sequel to “Abuse of Power,” which spotlighted the threat of radical Islam.

Savage’s Train Tracks: Family Stories for the Holidays,” released in October, takes his readers on an engaging, thought-provoking journey back in time, to the Bronx of the late 1940s and early 1950s, beginning with a vivid portrayal of a train trip from New York City to Pennsylvania to visit relatives at Thanksgiving.

 

He other bestsellers include “Trickle Down Tyranny: Crushing Obama’s Dream of the Socialist States of America,” “Trickle Up Poverty: Stopping Obama’s Attack on Our Borders, Economy, and Security,” “The Savage Nation,” “The Enemy Within,” “Liberalism is a Mental Disorder,” “Political Zoo,” “Psychological Nudity: Savage Radio Stories” and “Banned in Britain.”

http://www.wnd.com/2013/06/savage-aclu-turns-on-obama/

NSA Can Access Much of Americans’ Digital Lives

 

ACLU Says Vast Surveillance Authority Must Have Public Oversight FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 6, 2013 CONTACT: 212-549-2666, media@aclu.org

NEW YORK – The government has the ability to secretly tap into a wide range of Americans’ online activities, according to reports in The Washington Post and The Guardian.

“The secrecy surrounding the government’s extraordinary surveillance powers has stymied our system of checks and balances,” said Laura Murphy, director of the American Civil Liberties Union’s Washington Legislative Office. “Congress must initiate an investigation to fully uncover the scope of these powers and their constraints, and it must enact reforms that protect Americans’ right to privacy and that enable effective public oversight of our government. There is a time and a place for government secrecy, but true democracy demands that the governed be informed of the rules of play so as to hold elected officials to account.”

The reported program appears to be based on the FISA Amendments Act, which authorizes surveillance of communications if one party is believed to be outside the U.S. The ACLU’s lawsuit challenging the law’s constitutionality was dismissed 5-4 by the Supreme Court in February on the grounds that the plaintiffs could not prove that they had been monitored. (Mi pregunta es: Como carajo iba el ACLU a meterese (o hackear) las computadoras del NSA para pode comprobar esto?)

“The stories published over the last two days make clear that the NSA – part of the military – now has direct access to every corner of Americans’ digital lives,” said ACLU Deputy Legal Director Jameel Jaffer, who argued the case before the Supreme Court. “Unchecked government surveillance presents a grave threat to democratic freedoms. These revelations are a reminder that Congress has given the executive branch far too much power to invade individual privacy, that existing civil liberties safeguards are grossly inadequate, and that powers exercised entirely in secret, without public accountability of any kind, will certainly be abused.”

On Wednesday, The Guardian released a secret order from the FISA Court revealing that the U.S. government has been using Section 215 of the Patriot Act to track the calls of every Verizon Business Network Services customer. View our interactive feature explaining different parts of the order here.

http://www.aclu.org/national-security/nsa-can-access-much-americans-digital-lives
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