Saturday, February 2, 2013

13-02-02 Hello World!

2/2 @ 01:04 : Beverly Hills, California, US
2/2 @ 00:11 : Bedford Hills, New York, US
1/2 @ 23:27 : Douala, CM
1/2 @ 22:12 : Tokyo, JP
1/2 @ 22:02 : Maisons-alfort, FR
1/2 @ 20:40 : Pasadena, California, US
1/2 @ 20:38 : Washington, District of Columbia, US
1/2 @ 20:16 : Jerusalem, IL
1/2 @ 19:39 : Allston, Massachusetts, US
1/2 @ 19:19 : Dallas, Texas, US
1/2 @ 19:19 : León, NI

13-02-02 Tabibi is getting closer and closer to focusing on corruption of the US justice system

Tabibi is getting closer and closer to focusing on corruption of the US justice system - JZ

Bill Moyers and Matt Taibbi: Everyone Pays If the Banksters Don't Go to Jail

Bill Moyers, Matt Taibbi,

"The rule of law isn’t really the rule of law if it doesn’t apply equally to everybody," Taibbi tells Moyers.

13-02-01 Renouncing US citizenship


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Below is discussion from the web site of the Isaac Brock Society (People of the US abroad) – the original posting by this writer, and 40 comments.

The postings on the web site document the widespread abuse of the Human Rights of US People abroad by the current US government, through denial of their right to renounce US citizenship, and by attempting to subject them to US law (FATCA and IRS regulations), while outside the United States.

The discussion also documents the case of this writer, and the prevailing of his position - that once one performs his duties, relative to renunciation of US citizenship, one should be recognized by the government of any other nation as non-US citizen, whether or not the current US government choses to acknowledges that fact.

The conduct of the current US government, in refusing to acknowledge the renunciation of citizenship by its own citizens, is out of compliance with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 15.

Attempts of the current US government to subject People of US abroad to US law, in particular, relative to FATCA and IRS regulations, are out of compliance with International Law.

Overall conduct of the current US government in this matter reflects an attitude, which sees national citizenship as a relationship, similar to subject/royalty relationships in the dark ages.

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