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SINTONICEN CUALQUIER RADIO DE CHARLAS Y DEBEN DE ESTAR HABLANDO SOBRE ESO.

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diafana ha escrito:

SINTONICEN CUALQUIER RADIO DE CHARLAS Y DEBEN DE ESTAR HABLANDO SOBRE ESO.



voy escribir a Democracy Now......esos no andan con encubrimientos!

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About a third of the way into in a Department of Justice white paper explaining why and when  the President can kill American citizens, there is a citation that should give a  reader pause. It comes in a section in which the author of the document, which  was given to members of the Senate Intelligence and Judiciary committees last  year—and obtained by Michael Isikoff, of NBC, on Monday—says that this power  extends into every country in the world other than the United States, well  beyond those where we are engaged in hostilities. The reference is to an address  that John R. Stevenson, a State Department legal adviser, gave before the  Association of the Bar in New York in May, 1970, to justify the Nixon  Administration’s incursion into Cambodia. Does that make everyone, or anyone,  feel better about what the Obama Administration has decided it can do, or the  extent to which it thought through the implications, unintended consequences,  precedents, and **noallow** reckless damage it may be delivering with this  policy?

The white paper is a summary of something that had long been  sought: the Obama Administration’s legal analysis of its killing of Anwar  al-Awlaki, an American citizen in Yemen who was hit by a drone strike in 2011.  That memo has been described to reporters but never released. It needs to be.  The question isn’t whether al-Awlaki, who worked with Al Qaeda, was an  innocent—the question is at what point he crossed the line and became killable  without any judicial proceedings, and when, by extension, the rest of us could  be put on a “kill list.” John Brennan, the President’s nominee for head of the  C.I.A., has been deeply involved in the drone and targeted-killing programs. His  confirmation hearings are this week, and the white paper offers a guide to some  of the questions Senators should ask him. (As the Washington Post notes, it may have been leaked for that purpose.) The paper  pretends to lay out a careful argument,

Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/comment/2013/02/the-release-of-a-doj-white-paper-about-targete...

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CONSTE QUE YO NO VOTÉ POR OBAMA, NI POR ROMMNEY.

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tucanavala ha escrito:

About a third of the way into in a Department of Justice white paper explaining why and when  the President can kill American citizens, there is a citation that should give a  reader pause. It comes in a section in which the author of the document, which  was given to members of the Senate Intelligence and Judiciary committees last  year—and obtained by Michael Isikoff, of NBC, on Monday—says that this power  extends into every country in the world other than the United States, well  beyond those where we are engaged in hostilities. The reference is to an address  that John R. Stevenson, a State Department legal adviser, gave before the  Association of the Bar in New York in May, 1970, to justify the Nixon  Administration’s incursion into Cambodia. Does that make everyone, or anyone,  feel better about what the Obama Administration has decided it can do, or the  extent to which it thought through the implications, unintended consequences,  precedents, and **noallow** reckless damage it may be delivering with this  policy?

The white paper is a summary of something that had long been  sought: the Obama Administration’s legal analysis of its killing of Anwar  al-Awlaki, an American citizen in Yemen who was hit by a drone strike in 2011.  That memo has been described to reporters but never released. It needs to be.  The question isn’t whether al-Awlaki, who worked with Al Qaeda, was an  innocent—the question is at what point he crossed the line and became killable  without any judicial proceedings, and when, by extension, the rest of us could  be put on a “kill list.” John Brennan, the President’s nominee for head of the  C.I.A., has been deeply involved in the drone and targeted-killing programs. His  confirmation hearings are this week, and the white paper offers a guide to some  of the questions Senators should ask him. (As the Washington Post notes, it may have been leaked for that purpose.) The paper  pretends to lay out a careful argument,

Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/comment/2013/02/the-release-of-a-doj-white-paper-about-targete...


 


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es un poco duro de entender pero al escrito hay que leerlo bien, no es Obama, es el Presidente en general y fue por algo que ocurrio en el 70 bajo Nixon, ademas se refieren a Americanos como el de AlQueda.....EN FIN ANTES DE ALARMAR MEJOR INTERPRETAR LOS ESCRITOS QUE ALGUNA VEZ SON MUY DIFICILES DE INTERPRETAR

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diafana ha escrito:

Cada dia son asesinados decenas de personas hasta ninos por ordenes de Obama.

 


panditaaaa ha escrito:

TIENE EL DERECHO PERO NO LO HARA MI NEGRO ES PURO AMORS





YO SE LOS DIJE QUE EL NO ERA BUENO.Y ME DIJERON QUE NO ERA CIERTO, QUE LE ECHABA LA CULPA DE MUCHAS COSAS QUE NO, PERO ERA VERDAD, COMO LO VES>o>k?

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POR ESTA OCASIÓN Y OTRA DE ESAS VECES QUE POR INCREÍBLE QUE LES APREZACA, SE QUE DIAFÁNA TIENE LA RAZÓN.EL PUNTO ES QUE.................NO TUVIMOS LA SUERTE DE PODER DESTRERRAR AMBOS PARTIDOS Y CONSTRUÍR UN EUA NUEVO.

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lo que yo entiendo es que si alguien es sospechoso de ser una amenaza para los USA........aun un ciudadano Americano....se puede aniquilar en cualquier pais que se encuentre...aun cuando el pais no este en conflicto directo con los USA.......y como no quieren al Brennen or whatever pues es logico que saquen informaciones como esta.........pero en realidad USA (su gobierno) evita a todo costo a no ser barbarico.....entonces eso es primariamente in writting!........que piensas tu Carnavala? :Whatever:

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