MSM Cover-Up Confirmed by "Bordergate" Reporter! Whitehouse Furious for Not Complying!

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posted on Oct, 6 2011 @ 12:30 AM
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Hope the WH doesn't label her as an "Enemy Combatant", and then have her assassinated...

...government sponsored killings of "undesirables" is all the rage these days, don't ya know.





posted on Oct, 6 2011 @ 02:09 AM
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Originally posted by jdub297
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Should we not be a little bit concerned about an administration that believes failure to support the president is "unreasonable?"



Sounds to me, that you guys are going to turn out like China ...

The patriot act, and home defence can arrest you and make you dissapear.

Now, if you don't support your government ... your a divergent.

OOBS ... are you driving HYPER FAST on the road to dictatoriship?



posted on Oct, 6 2011 @ 03:05 PM
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Originally posted by dasman888
Hope the WH doesn't label her as an "Enemy Combatant", and then have her assassinated...

...government sponsored killings of "undesirables" is all the rage these days, don't ya know.


This is much worse than you might think.


Secret panel can put Americans on "kill list'

American militants like Anwar al-Awlaki are placed on a kill or capture list by a secretive panel of senior government officials, which then informs the president of its decisions, according to officials.

There is no public record of the operations or decisions of the panel, which is a subset of the White House's National Security Council, several current and former officials said. Neither is there any law establishing its existence or setting out the rules by which it is supposed to operate.

www.reuters.com...

Not sure about this, but I think names are ranked on the list by the numbers of stars and flags.

Who's that over there, down the block?
Janet says we need to watch and tell, remember?

jw



posted on Oct, 6 2011 @ 07:58 PM
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The names Dannotz!

haha
sry i just had to give credit where credit was due...(to myself)

:p

jk.

But thank you, it's pretty rare in my generation to find others like me.



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 12:40 AM
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We can solve a lot of problems in this nation by simple transparency, don't you think? Ask them where the money is going?

As a taxpayer, I have the right to know where my money goes and don't give me any crap about National Security, because it feels like our money is being used against us.



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 12:49 AM
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This looks like a foot-in-the-door technique to get you acclimated to the idea that they do this, with your opinion of it being irrelevant. After the frog that sits in that pot of cool water warms up enough, it won't notice when it's boiling. Actually they don't care whether the frog notices the boiling water, because as it looks around and sees everyone else boiling as well, the frog doesn't speak out. Why should it? The norm is a very powerful thing.

There's no hope...

This is the danger we face.

And we can't let it get this way, so call your congressman.



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 09:00 AM
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Just one little reporter threatens their entire house of cards.
Maybe they shouldn't live in glass houses made of lies.
The entire nation is disgusted and tired of all the manipulation and outright lawlessness shown by our so-called "leadership".
I would prefer outright despotism to totalitarianism parading itself as progressive human values.



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 11:03 AM
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I had a feeling something of this magnitude probably went back further than this current administration, then found found this piece yesterday over ar WhatReallyHappened.com

www.examiner.com...


With the dust still far from settled on the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms and Explosives’ failed Mexican arms smuggling sting Operation Fast and Furious, the Justice Department is intensifying its investigation into a similar ATF-led operation that took place in Tucson in 2006. Dubbed Operation Wide Receiver, in this precursor to Fast and Furious, agents allegedly allowed guns to pass from Southern Arizona arms dealers and into the hands of Mexican criminals, in a larger attempt to get to the leaders of the drug cartels.

The Justice Department investigation into Operation Wide Receiver began in 2006, when a local resident tipped off authorities that Tucson gun dealer Michael Detty was supplying guns to Mexican criminals. However, it was not until May of 2010 that an indictment was issued against Detty and his business Mad Dawg Global Marketing. The indictment alleges that Detty sold 269 weapons to criminals in Sonora, only 47 of which were eventually seized by ATF officials. This means that at least 222 firearms potentially reached the hands of cartel members.


Seems it's common practice for the ATF, under any administration, to engage in gun running to the cartels!



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 03:45 PM
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The entire nation is disgusted and tired of all the manipulation and outright lawlessness shown by our so-called "leadership".


"The entire nation" could not care less. I was in a conversation with a very smart, politically-connected attorney/lobbyist who professed total ignorance, but who was quick to defend Holder out of hand. This person was much more interested in the political influence of money after "Citizens United," but who seemed to think limitless political money influence from unions and "non-corporate" entities before CU was perfectly acceptable.
(i.e., going exclusively to "progressive" issues and candidates)

Another person was so absorbed by wasted resources, here and abroad, that the wasters' entrenchment schemes were only tertiary, at best, among their concerns. Talk about not seeing the forest!

Too much of the populace is too politically blinded to see basic right from wrong, or too indifferennt to give a damn either way so long as the XBox and ESPN work and Taco Bell is open late.


I would prefer outright despotism to totalitarianism parading itself as progressive human values.


If the MSM participates in the charade, what is the difference?

If the electorate do not know or do not care, is there a difference?

Those "unreasonable" enough to complain or to make some noise are only background static, cancelled out by the happy tunes sung by the despot and broadcast by the MSM.

jw

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posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 04:04 PM
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The problem here, is that Detty and others were only recently indicted, after the F&F story came to light.
Others involved have pleaded guilty; none of whom asserted any such "defense."
I would not jump to any conclusions about Detty's "innocence" or the scope of "Wide Receiver" until this is better fleshed-out.

The tactics of one program may not have been the same as the other; nor, arguably, were the motivations.
If "Wide Receiver" intended to interdict the flow before it reached the cartels, it would be a different story than freely letting them go and waiting for the carnage to inflame minds against gun sales and ownership.


Detty is not the only person ... to have been indicted for his actions. Along with him, eight other Tucson residents were charged last year with supplying weapons to gun smugglers. Two have already pled guilty, while two others are expected to enter pleas next Wednesday. The remaining five have cases that are still pending.

An attorney for one of those charged, Ricardo Mendez Jr., is arguing that the case against his client should be dropped, since it has taken four years for the Justice Department to come up with his indictment.

weeklyintercept.blogspot.com...

As if that weren't bad enough, it seems that the State Department has had a long-running program for getting US arms into Mexican and Central American hands.
U. S.-Approved Arms Exports Source of Mexican Syndicates Rising Firepower

jw
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posted on Oct, 8 2011 @ 04:08 PM
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I wish we could have had one 8 years ago, but i would still like to see those snakes held accountable for the untold deaths and money stolen from Americans.



posted on Oct, 8 2011 @ 04:10 PM
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Odd, because all i have to do is google news wire search to have a ton of "bordergate" stories come up...

Thats one fail cover up.



posted on Oct, 8 2011 @ 04:44 PM
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Looks like the perfect thread for ATS.

WhiteHouse Corruption? CHECK
A few thousand died? CHECK
A whistleblower? CHECK
A Coverup? CHECK
MSM Manipulation? CHECK
A few Pro-Administration bots? CHECK



posted on Oct, 8 2011 @ 04:45 PM
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Not exactly the truth: Check



posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 01:13 AM
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Originally posted by Dbriefed
Looks like the perfect thread for ATS.

WhiteHouse Corruption? CHECK
A few thousand died? CHECK
A whistleblower? CHECK
A Coverup? CHECK
MSM Manipulation? CHECK
A few Pro-Administration bots? CHECK


Looks like Schultz, Schmaler and Holder are on ATS, too.

Too bad the MSM isn't.

Google it and see.

The cover-up is magnified in the denial of the Obama acolytes.

jw



posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 11:51 AM
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Originally posted by stereotype
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It makes me nervous to speak on this since someone attempted to kill him.

While there are pieces he left out, he was involved in operations to get U.S guns into Mexican cartels hands. Their reasoning was so the U.S. government could find who exactly was taking these guns and relay the info to the mexican government. The reason was to find which people were running the cartel and flowing drugs into the U.S. way before the actual War on Drugs

My dad did find it wrong and decided to leave his work. His last week, that attempt happened.



By the way, I know there is someone who by now thinks that I am full of it. I am only speaking the truth and you all have my word thats what this is.


I totally believe you as Los Angeles was a "melting pot" (still is) of Extreme Illegal Drug and Weapons activities back in the 80's by just about all of the alphabet agencies including the US Military. Your Dad may have been involved with Ricky Donnell Ross aka "Freeway Rick" who was a huge drug dealer back in the 80's in South Central Los Angeles, and when I say a huge drug dealer I'm mean HUGE...think in terms of Noriega. Don't get Ricky D. Ross confused with the rapper Rick Ross, who actually adapted that stage name from Ricky D. Ross aka Freeway Rick.

The Feds ended uplocking Rick up...but only after he assisted them in distributing incredible incredible amounts of drugs and weapons (this is where the military came in) onto the streets of Los Angeles that eventually made their way across the nation. Ricky Ross was a huge part of the Iran Contra Scandal. So when the SHTF, for the CIA/DEA/Feds they "terminated" Rick's position by supposedly setting Freeway Rick up. Even after he had been sentenced to life in prison, they let Ross out of jail only to turn around and set him up once again after he failed to "work" for them yet once again. Ricky Ross, made an attempt to start over clean by opening several community based centers for the youth amongst other non-profit organizations in an attempt to give back to the community he assisted in destroying, but the Feds weren't having it, so they set him up again and tossed him back in prison. Yet he is out of prison again. Ironic how one gets sentenced to life in prison then let out, twice...lol!

I'm pretty sure your dad knows exactly who this man is and he was probably part of a bigger picture that had not fully been painted at that time. Mention the name to him and take note of the look on his face afterwards.That's all I'm going to say about this.

How do I know this some of you ask? Besides the fact that anyone can find some of this info on the web, I personally know Ricky Ross aka "Freeway" Rick.

Like I said, I'm not saying anymore.

S~n~F OP and Stars to you Stereotype for sharing your story.

PS
If I were you, I wouldn't say anything else about your Dad's involvement with Los Angeles, even if you find out new details. Keep it to yourself, do not put anything you find out about his involvement on ATS nor speak about it to ayone else...trust me


ETA
I thought I would add a link to some "public info", and believe you me, this Wiki article is one that you can trust:

Ricky D. Ross
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posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 12:04 PM
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Bravo btw, to this reporter for stepping up and making the nation/citizens aware that this type of activity is still taking place. The US has always been the world's biggest drug/arms dealers...not new news. Guess what though? it won't be stopped either. Does this make it okay by me? No. Do I want it to stop? Yes. But, the real question is will it stop? No. There's too much money involved for any of this illegal drug and arms dealing to stop...ever. We're talking about billions and billions and billions and....well you get the point. Next time you wonder where the DOD/DEA got "all that money from to do this and to do that", think of illegal drugs and arms dealing as a start. Don't be fooled, it doesn't always come in the form of taxpayer dollars.

The agencies involved will continue to conduct business as usual while using some brave and intelligent money hungry minority to help them. Then years, maybe decades down the line...they will be their fall guy/girl. When they step out of line, they'll just lock em' up and replace em' until they firgure out how to use them again if they don't kill them first. Besides, it's cheaper than having to train someone new for the job. By using the terms "money hungry minority", I'm not being racist as I am half black myself...but it's the way it works with these people, it's the way it has always worked and will so continue to work.

Have you all seen the movie American Gangster that starred Denzel Washington? That was an entirely true story about Frank Lucas who is also Jay-Z's father. In relation to this thread, I would highly recommend watching it. It can be found on youtube just so you know. Frank Lucas, is also out of jail. See the pattern here? Sentence them to life in prison, then turn around and let them out after only a short stint in the big house. A fool could figure this mess out!

I'm also not mentioning how I know this is Jay-Z's father, except for the fact that I'm related to Bumpy Johnson (this world is smaller than we think
). Lol, but all one has to do is compare their pictures from when Mr. Lucas was a youngster. Of course this is not how I know he's Jay-Z's father, but the physical similarities are astounding nontheless. Jay-Z says in his lyrics that he did not know his dad, just to put that distance between his stardom and his fathers business dealings with the US Military and heroin movement. He knows d@m well that's his father. The US Government kind of owed it to Mr. Lucas's family to allow Jay-Z and other family members such power. Jay-Z didn't just pop out of nowhere to become a millionaire! Just as they did with Ricky Ross, who's still living an extremely good life as is Frank Lucas.
Frank Lucas

I guess it's their way of saying thank you for all you did


ETA
A.G. Holder and the rest of the "Gang" need their @$$es handed to em' IMO
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posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 10:05 PM
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Originally posted by grey580
It's about time we had an impeachment.

We couldn't get one for W, and he didn't have a Nobel Peace Prize.
Earlier ATF gun operation ‘Wide Receiver’ used same tactics as ‘Fast and Furious’

Dubbed “Operation Wide Receiver,” the case was run out of Tucson between 2006 and 2007 and involved hundreds of guns that were purchased by small-time buyers who transferred them to middle men who then passed them up the chain and into Mexico.


"It's all the same thing. No new tale to tell" Love and Rockets
"In the backwater swirling, there is something that'll never change" Meat Puppets
"Turn on, tune in, drop out" Timothy Leary
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posted on Oct, 10 2011 @ 02:12 AM
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Holder, is that you?

Deny, distract and redirect.



posted on Oct, 10 2011 @ 02:43 PM
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Originally posted by TheMatrixusesYou
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This looks like a foot-in-the-door technique to get you acclimated to the idea that they do this, with your opinion of it being irrelevant. ... The norm is a very powerful thing.


Atkisson has made it perfectly clear that this is neither a surprise nor acceptable to her.

When O'Reilly recently pushed her to focus on the deranged rants from the WH and DoJ, ahe resisted; emphasizing that she had too many irons in the F&F fire to lay low or lose direction.

According to this CBS reporter, what has been revealed is barely the tip of the iceberg, and she will not let others' indifference or the Obama administration cow her into acquuiescence or compliance.

She's done this before. I trust her to keep going until she decides she's finished.

jw


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