Submitted by: Veronica Coffin
Let’s follow along and live our lives vicariously through the President’s Hawaii vacation!
No, I have not snapped and become a Democrat. I’m putting this WhiteHouse.gov article up to show how brazen this regime has become. If God doesn’t intervene, we are at risk of a great horror. A horror of what kind, you might ask. The kind all dictators bring onto their subjects.
The following article is posted on WhiteHouse.gov:
You’re Invited to Follow Along on President Obama’s 2014 Hawaii Vacation
December 19 – January 3
Once again, President Obama will head to Hawaii as part of his annual Christmas tradition. In keeping with the President’s vision to make the Obama Administration as accessible as possible, the White House is inviting the American People to sit back, relax, and follow along on his 2014 Hawaii Vacation.
The President’s Kailua Rental Home – 2014 Update
Due to an unfortunate “chewing incident” in the past involving First Dog Bo, the search for a suitable vacation rental home had become quite challenging. To combat this problem, President Obama issued an Executive Order last November declaring that any pet-related damage would be covered by the “full faith and credit guaranty” of the United States Government.
Luckily for the President, he was “in the neighborhood” when he flew back from his G20 Meeting in Australia on November 16. A brief Hawaii layover on his return trip gave him just enough time to take care of some important Hawaii vacation business.
The President secured the same house as last year in his favorite Kailua beach neighborhood. An exact replica of the official White House fence will once again be flown out in advance to provide both security and privacy for President Obama and his family.
You can read the story here at https://whitehouse.gov1.info/blog/blog_post/agenda-hawaii.html
Not to be out done, another president has invited his people to vicariously enjoy his ski vacation
It might look like a prison camp, but it’s actually North Korea’s first ‘luxury’ ski resort – and it’s open for business
- Much-anticipated Masikryong ski resort finally opened for business
- ‘Luxury’ 1,400-hectare site looks more like a prison than an upmarket resort
- Features expansive, garish hotel and several eating areas
- Skiers can enjoy 70miles of slopes while watching propaganda videos
- North Korean leader visited site in December and called it ‘impeccable’
By LIZZIE EDMONDS
The Masikryong ski resort, near Wonsan, opened for business earlier this year. Previously, it was home to a clear mountainside covered in lime trees.
Meanwhile, back in America:
All dictators consider themselves benign
Submitted by: Veronica Coffin
By Paul Joseph Watson
Alarmed residents who reported low-flying black helicopters with their lights turned off buzzing downtown Dallas Monday night were witnessing U.S. Special Forces drills intended to allow troops to get a feel for “realistic urban sites”.
“Twitter users reported seeing blacked-out helicopters flying in low, close formations with no lights,”reported NBC-DFW. Infowars readers also contacted us to say they had witnessed the choppers.
The maneuvers were part of preparedness training for U.S. Special Operations Forces, exercises which will continue for the next two weeks, Dallas police confirmed, adding that the exact locations of the drills would not be disclosed.
“If any members of the public learn of the training locations, we ask the public to remain clear of these areas while training is conducted,” according to a press release.
Twitter users in Dallas responded to the exercises by commenting on the “unnerving” presence of blacked out helicopters that shook windows and drowned out the sound of televisions.
The helicopters flying low and fast with no lights on over my place all night long is really in unnerving. #Dallas
— Erol (@yenibey) December 16, 2014
What in the world is going on with all of these helicopters flying over Dallas for the last 2 hours?! It's so loud we can't hear the tv.
— Katy (@KatyUnderriner) December 16, 2014
Am I missing something in the news in Dallas? Why are there five helicopters flying repeatedly over my loft district????????
— Nicole-Michele (@IHeartDallasArt) December 16, 2014
Military exercises in major U.S. cities are becoming an increasingly common sight, prompting concern that Americans are being conditioned to accept a martial law-style environment.
A two week exercise that is set to end today also saw the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit of the U.S. Marines conduct exercises in LA. “As a result, Los Angeles residents are getting to see frequent movements of choppers and many of them flying over their roof tops,” reported the International Business Times.
Blacked out helicopters also buzzed Kentucky and Cincinnati residents back in May as part of an unannounced military drill, with one eyewitness telling Infowars the maneuvers resembled something out of a “war zone”.
“The Army said it had coordinated the exercise with appropriate leaders,” reported 700WLW News, although there was no indication that citizens were told in advance of the drill. The purpose of the exercises was also withheld. The Army also claimed that, “the safety of the personnel and the public was maintained,” despite the fact that the choppers’ lights were turned off.
Back in March, we reported on Department of Defense exercises in Broward County during which low flying military helicopters landed on city buildings in Fort Lauderdale. According to a local reporter, the drills were centered around, “scaring the crap out of people”.
The fact that black helicopters are now being used on an almost monthly basis in urban warfare drills across the country is particularly ironic given the fact that the term has been used as a pejorative for decades by the media to denigrate concerned citizens as paranoid conspiracy theorists.
Submitted by: Veronica Coffin
Fox News’ Megyn Kelly got a big interview this week following the release of the Senate Intelligence Committee report on CIA interrogations in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on America on September 11, 2001. It was compelling TV, and journalism. Dr. James Mitchell, a former Air Force psychologist, contracted with the CIA to help develop a program to interrogate CIA detainees while America, and those tasked to protect this country, prepared for a second wave of attacks.
Mitchell had spoken with the British newspaper, The Guardian, back in April, after an executive summary of the Senate Intelligence report had been leaked to McClatchy News. At the time, as reported by The Guardian, Mitchell “mounted a full-throated defense of the Bush administration’s counter-terrorism policies and attacked ‘partisan Democrats’ for ‘throwing me under the bus’ and ‘rewriting history.’” Now he clearly feels even more free to speak out.
Mitchell was never interviewed by Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s (D-CA) committee. In fact, none of the CIA people involved in the interrogations, nor the directors or deputy directors, were interviewed. In other words, the purpose of this report was not to actually get to the truth of what happened. It was an attempt, for various political and PR reasons, to accuse and indict the Bush administration and the CIA for allegedly using torture on the detainees.
Mitchell revealed that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (KSM) didn’t break, or provide information that eventually led to the killing of Osama bin Laden, because of waterboarding, but rather because of other EITs (Enhanced Interrogation Techniques). The technique that did work on KSM, according to the American Enterprise Institute’s Marc Thiessen, a former George W. Bush speechwriter, was sleep deprivation. But Mitchell revealed something that KSM did tell him: “Khalid Sheikh Mohammed told me personally, ‘Your country will turn on you, the liberal media will turn on you, the people will grow tired of this, they will turn on you, and when they do, you are going to be abandoned.’”
What comes through in Megyn Kelly’s interview is a thoughtful, patriotic American who was moved by the image of Americans leaping out of World Trade Center buildings, and by the courage of those on Flight 93 who helped bring the plane down, rather than allow it to successfully strike the third of three targets of the “decapitation” that Mitchell said was their goal. The terrorists hit our financial center in New York, they hit the Pentagon—the headquarters of the U.S. military—and the third plane was intended to crash into the Capitol building in Washington, DC.
America is divided over this, but a recent Washington Post – ABC poll shows that the American public overwhelmingly think that “the CIA treatment of suspected terrorists” was justified, by a margin of 59% to 31%. Clearly a significant majority believe the CIA was trying to protect this country at that time, and aren’t too worried about the few cases of excess—even death—that occurred. They don’t see it as a “stain” on our country. In fact, many view the stain as this one-sided report that cherry-picked information and revealed selective portions of emails, contradicted by other portions not revealed in the report—if that’s what they needed to make their case. Many believe that the release of this report has given aid and comfort to America’s enemies, and put American lives at increased risk.
It turns out that KSM was right about the “liberal media,” but it seems that a significant majority of the American people are quite okay with what was done to these terrorists—and other detainees—and don’t believe it damaged us as a country. Many of those in the liberal media—such as Rachel Maddow of MSNBC, Jane Mayer of the New Yorker (who actually interviewed Dr. Mitchell back in 2005), and Erin Burnett of CNN—freely call what happened “torture.” To them, it’s not an opinion, it’s a fact.
Kudos to Megyn Kelly for getting the interview, which aired in two parts on Monday and Tuesday nights this week. I urge you to watch for yourself, and to also read this column, “The Feinstein Report is Going to Cost Us,” by Andrew McCarthy. He was the lawyer who successfully prosecuted the Blind Sheikh, the man responsible for the first World Trade Center bombing in 1993. McCarthy has a lot of interesting things to say about the report, such as this: “As I have frequently argued here over the years, there is a world of difference between what is couched in political rhetoric as ‘torture,’ a conversation stopper that the Left cavalierly applies to every instance of prisoner abuse, and the federal crime of torture, which has a strict legal definition and is a difficult offense to prove, precisely to ensure that torture is not trivialized.”
You can watch Kelly’s interview with Dr. Mitchell here.Follow VeronicaCoffin