Alex Jones interviews Wayne Madsen about the death threats that he has received and his plans to leave America for his own safety due to his investigation into Chicago political figures including Rahm Emmanuel, Barack Obama, Obama’s CIA background, and all the suspicious deaths surrounding this administration.
Alex starts out this segment on the continuing degradation of the American dollar, the Saudi government’s slowing of oil production, and how the globalists are using us to pay for the up and coming new world government.
The Wayne Madsen segment starts at 7:45 in Part 1.
Wayne Madsen: Marked for Death by The Obama/Chicago Crime Syndicate 1/3
Recently, we have been talking about the impending tsunami of unfunded pension liabilities across the country (some $3 Trillion) as states, cities and municipalities come face to face with the debt that has been created by very generous pension plans for government workers.
Last Thursday, Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed the bi-partisan pension reform bill into law which requires cities to pony up more cash for law enforcement and firefighters pensions, which critics such as Chicago’s Mayor Daley believe will raise property taxes; in some cases as much as 60%. Whether through property taxes or another venue, the government is going to get your cash and we will be able to sit and watch the economy as it shrinks yet again. How’s your food storage comin’ along?
Happy Freakin’ New Year Illinois! (Everybody else…coming soon to a city near you…)
Nearly two years into his term, President Obama on Monday finally chose a director for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Mr. Obama will submit the name of Andrew Traver, the special agent in charge of the bureau’s Chicago field division, to the Senate for consideration, the White House said. He may face a confirmation fight; after Congress changed the position to make it one requiring Senate confirmation, President George W. Bush’s nominee was blocked by senators who used it to criticize the enforcement of gun laws against firearms dealers.
Traver, who was with the ATF for 23 years before being nominated to head it, currently is the agency’s special agent in charge at its Chicago field office. He has spoken out strongly about gangs and weapon control.
Media observers have said that he could face a tough Senate confirmation battle; if successful, Traver would be the first Senate-confirmed ATF head since the agency’s last presidential appointee for director stepped down in 2006.(1)
In His Own Words
“We pretty much decapitated the Latin Kings on the [Chicago] South Side.”(2)
Larry Pratt: Obama’s Anti-Gun Zealot Andrew F. Traver to Head The ATF!
Remember the days of old when the polls were open from 8am to 7pm for that one day and you got your butt down to the polling center because you valued your responsibility as an American to vote? What have all of these new and improved opportunities to vote become? Another means of voter fraud or disenfranchisement.
Chicago – An Illinois county election official is telling the ABC 7 I-Team that thousands — potentially hundreds of thousands — of voters who are expecting a ballot sent to them by mail may be disenfranchised.
Now there’s absolutely no independently verified evidence of chicanery with the voting machines (yet), but it is worth noting that the voting machine technicians in Clark County are members of the Service Employees International Union. The SEIU spent $63 million in elections in 2008 and is planning on spending $44 million more this election cycle — nearly all of that on Democrats. White House political director Patrick Gaspard is formerly the SEIU’s top lobbyist, and former SEIU president Andy Stern was the most frequent visitor to the White House last year.
This ever creeping insanity is what happens when a population allows infringement of their 2nd Amendment rights AND corrupt politicians to continue to be employed while stuck on stupid. I swear we are living inside ‘Brazil’ right now.
Two state representatives called on Gov. Pat Quinn Sunday to deploy the Illinois National Guard to safeguard Chicago‘s streets.
Chicago Democrats John Fritchey and LaShawn Ford said they want Quinn, Mayor Richard Daley andChicago Police Supt. Jody Weis to allow guardsmen to patrol streets and help quell violence. Weis said he did not support the idea because the military and police operate under different rules.
“Is this a drastic call to action? Of course it is,” Fritchey said. “Is it warranted when we are losing residents to gun violence at such an alarming rate? Without question. We are not talking about rolling tanks down the street or having armed guards on each corner.”
Politico probably realized that when Bambi’s administration brought David Plouffe back that the 2012 campaign was gearing up and they got the exclusive story of how the quietly idling machine is now revving up. The silver lining? America is already tired of his face…
President Barack Obama’s top advisers are quietly laying the groundwork for the 2012 reelection campaign, which is likely to be run out of Chicago and managed by White House deputy chief of staff Jim Messina, according to Democrats familiar with the discussions.
For now, the planning consists entirely of private conversations, with Obama aides at all levels indulging occasionally in closed-door 2012 discussions while focusing ferociously on the midterm elections and health care reform, the Democratic sources said. “The gathering storm is the 2010 elections,” one top official said.
But the sources said Obama has given every sign of planning to run again and wants the next campaign to resemble the highly successful 2008 effort.
David Axelrod, White House senior adviser, may leave the West Wing to rejoin his family in Chicago and reprise his role as Obama’s muse, overseeing the campaign’s tone, themes, messages and advertising, the sources said.
David Plouffe, the Obama for America campaign manager, described by one friend as “the father of all this,” will be a central player in the reelect, perhaps as an outside adviser.
“The conversations are beginning, but decisions haven’t been made,” a top official said. “If you look at David Plouffe’s stepped-up level of activity with the political organization [as an outside adviser on the 2010 races], that is obviously the beginning of the process.”
Anita Dunn, former White House communications director, will be intimately involved, too. Brad Woodhouse, the Democratic National Committee’s communications director, enjoys rising stock and would be a logical choice to be communications director for the reelection campaign, the sources said.
White House press secretary Robert Gibbs, White House communications director Dan Pfeiffer and senior adviser Valerie Jarrett are likely to remain at the president’s side in Washington, while exercising major influence over the campaign. Pfeiffer, communications director of the last campaign and always a trusted insider, has a higher public profile every day.
Obama’s campaign will get a head start from the large machine he has built at the DNC, including Organizing for America, the successor to his grass-roots campaign operation.
OFA is now a DNC project with staff in all 50 states and has worked to keep Obama’s army active through engagement on health care and other issues.
Whatever the republicans are doing, they better step up their game because at this point, they do not have a candidate that can beat OFA especially if immigration reform gets shoved through.