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February 20, 2007

Putin Orders Military To Prepare For War As US President Granted Unprecedented Martial Law Power

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers

Kremlin sources are reporting today that President Putin has ordered Russian Military Forces to prepare for war against the United States in an apparent show of force to back up his words at the Munich Security Conference, and were he stated against the Americans:

"It is world in which there is one master, one sovereign. And at the end of the day this is pernicious not only for all those within this system, but also for the sovereign itself because it destroys itself from within."

Putin’s reference to the United States destroying itself from within also appears to be coming to fruition as the American War Leaders have removed the last obstacles from their President being able to declare Martial Law against his own citizens, and as we can read as reported by the International Herald Tribune News Service, and which says:

"A disturbing recent phenomenon in Washington is that laws that strike to the heart of American democracy have been passed in the dead of night. So it was with a provision quietly tucked into the enormous defense budget bill at the Bush administration's behest that makes it easier for a president to override local control of law enforcement and declare martial law.

The provision, signed into law in October, weakens two obscure but important bulwarks of liberty. One is the doctrine that bars military forces, including a federalized National Guard, from engaging in law enforcement. Called posse comitatus, it was enshrined in law after the Civil War to preserve the line between civil government and the military. The other is the Insurrection Act of 1807, which provides the major exemptions to posse comitatus. It essentially limits a president's use of the military in law enforcement to putting down lawlessness, insurrection and rebellion, where a state is violating federal law or depriving people of constitutional rights.

The newly enacted provisions upset this careful balance. They shift the focus from making sure that federal laws are enforced to restoring public order.

Beyond cases of actual insurrection, the president may now use military troops as a domestic police force in response to a natural disaster, a disease outbreak, terrorist attack or to any "other condition."

Changes of this magnitude should be made only after a thorough public airing. But these new presidential powers were slipped into the law without hearings or public debate. The president made no mention of the changes when he signed the measure, and neither the White House nor Congress consulted in advance with the country's governors."

This troubling news coming from American also comes at a time when that Nation is reporting that the inmate numbers at their newly opened Concentration Camps has reached 26,500 detainees, many of whom are entire families. These new American Concentration Camps are also eerily reminiscent of those of the former German Nazi Regime, and which like the American War Leaders of today are stating to their citizens that these Camps are ‘only’ for foreigners.

Russian General Nikolai Solovtsov has further warned both Poland and the Czech Republic that should they allow American missiles into their countries that they too will be targeted by Russian Military Forces.

These reports also come at a time when the British are detailing plans for the American attack upon Iran, and as we can read as reported by the BBC News Service:

"US contingency plans for air strikes on Iran extend beyond nuclear sites and include most of the country's military infrastructure, the BBC has learned. It is understood that any such attack - if ordered - would target Iranian air bases, naval bases, missile facilities and command-and-control centres."

As the American War Leaders continue their push towards Total Global War, it would, perhaps, be wise for the American people to take a good inside-out look at their country as seen from those outside its borders, and as the American Constitutional Lawyer,  Bruce Fein, as most aptly done in writing:

“Suppose an American citizen visits St. Petersburg for the aesthetic thrills of the Hermitage. The American is kidnapped by Russian President Vladimir Putin's version of the KGB for secret transport, indefinite detention, interrogation, and torture in Belarus.

Mr. Putin explains that the visitor was suspected of providing material assistance to Chechen terrorists; that Russia conceives of the entire world as a battlefield against them because they have threatened to kill Russians anywhere; and, that the kidnapping, detention, interrogation and torture was merciful because Russia could have killed the American on the St. Petersburg battlefield for assisting the Chechen enemy.

The American Embassy in Moscow protests that Russia and Belarus have violated international law. The ambassador demands that the American detainee be either tried for an alleged offense in a judicial proceeding that satisfies due process or released and that the Russian and Belarus kidnappers and torturers be criminally prosecuted.

President Putin retorts that he has simply followed the instruction of United States. The Russian president points out that President Bush had earlier dispatched a team of Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) operatives to Italy to kidnap a radical Egyptian cleric, Abu Omar; and, to transport him to Egypt, where he was detained, interrogated and tortured. The CIA operatives have been charged with criminality by an Italian prosecutor, but Mr. Bush has defended Abu Omar's kidnapping, detention and torture under the umbrella of "extraordinary rendition."

Mr. Putin adds that President Bush likewise sanctioned the CIA's kidnapping, detention and abuse of a German citizen of Lebanese descent, Khaled al-Masri. He was plucked from the Serbian-Macedonian border and dispatched to Kabul for detention and coercive interrogation. A German prosecutor has charged 13 CIA operatives with criminal misconduct. As in the Italian case, President Bush has defended the CIA's "extraordinary rendition."

President Putin also underscores that Mr. Bush has proclaimed the entire world is a battlefield against global terrorism, a principle that justifies military tactics, including lethal force, against suspected terrorists wherever they are detected, including civilian establishments.

The American ambassador challenges Mr. Putin's reasoning. In contrast to other world leaders, the ambassador harrumphs, President Bush is infallible on matters of national security and terrorism. He never makes a mistake. Moreover, while all nations are equal, some nations are more equal than others. And by consulting the heavens Mr. Putin would learn that the United States is more equal than Russia in extraordinary rendition or fighting global terrorists. "What's the good of being the planet's sole superpower if you can't make up the rules as you go along?" the ambassador fulminates.

President Putin is unpersuaded. He avers that Russia will not play by Queensberry rules in international affairs while the United States plays by the law of the jungle. He amplifies that American hypocrisy has become its signature, which fuels resentment and anger abroad. President Bush, for example, supports carving out an independent Kosovo from Serbia, but he opposes independence for the Abkhazia or South Ossessia regions of Georgia. President Bush also allies with nations for national security purposes despite egregious human-rights records, for example, Saudi Arabia and Egypt. But when other nations imitate the United States -- as with Russia's ties with Iran or China's with Myanmar -- the United States complains.

The American visitor thus stays in a Belarus dungeon under the kidnapping, extraordinary rendition, and torture precedents of President Bush.

Congress should end this hazard. It should generally prohibit spending any funds of the United States outside a zone of active hostilities to kidnap or torture any citizen or noncitizen. An exception should be made if the purpose of the kidnapping is to prosecute the detainee before a U.S. tribunal according to law; and, the country in which the kidnapping occurred had refused to cooperate in securing the accused for trial by extradition or otherwise. The classic case for the exception is Adolph Eichmann. He was kidnapped by Israel from Argentina in 1960, and prosecuted before an Israeli tribunal for complicity in the Holocaust. At the time of the kidnapping, Argentina was notorious for harboring ex-Nazis.

All history teaches that lawlessness is a double-edged sword. The exhortation of Sir Thomas More in "A Man for All Seasons" is convincing: "Cut a great road through the law to get after the Devil? ... And when the last law was down, and the Devil turned round on you -- where would you hide, Roper, the laws being all flat? ... The country's planted thick with laws from coast to coast -- Man's laws, not God's -- and if you cut them down... d'you really think you could stand upright in the winds that would blow them? ... Yes, I'd give the Devil benefit of law for my own's safety sake."

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