You better believe that President Obama is Using Executive Powers To Organize Angry Anti-Capitalist Protests On The Streets Of America!
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You all have seen the protest of Wall Street because the Main Stream Media was right on top of that story. 70 thousand Tea Party Patriots march on Washington and it gets quick blip and a count of a “few thousand”. Well this is why Andy Stern resigned from SEIU (Service Employees International Union) because his best buddy Barack Obama needs him to head up the NPA (National People’s Action group). Read this article to see just who these people are and ask yourself why the President of the United States feels the need for such a group?
And one other thing to keep in mind, in fact very much in mind: the President has the right to declare martial law when he feels the public is out of control such as rioting all over the place. With martial law the President has the power of a dictator. You can be sure the “riots” will stop, but the martial law for all of us will continue. Is this Obama’s final take over play? BB
…..it sure does look like the President of the United States is using the powers of the Executive to coordinate with Andy Stern to organize a series of protests entitled “Showdown In America.”
Earlier, we posted about the links between Andy Stern’s SEIU and a group called National People’s Action (NPA). NPA, together with SEIU and the AFL-CIO, is organizing a series of angry marches against Wall Street and capitalism.
NPA is a very dangerous and radical group that isn’t shy about its radical philosophy.