I’ve been claiming for months that Barack Hussein Obama is guilty of treason as defined by Article 3, Section 3 of the United States Constitution. From the moment he offered aid and support to the Egyptians rebels that ousted former President Hosni Mubarak to the establishment of the Muslim Brotherhood as the ruling party in the country. Obama even went against Congress, breaking constitutional law and sent money and arms to Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood and their President Morsi.
The Egyptian cabinet was inadvertently filmed in a meeting stating that America is an enemy in the same category as Israel. The television broadcast caught Magdi Hussein, the leader of the Islamic Labor Party saying:
“I’m very fond of battles. With the enemies, of course, with America and Israel, but this battle must be waged with maximum judiciousness and calm. Even though this is a secret meeting we must all take an oath not to leak anything to the media unless it is done officially by Sister Pakinam. We need an official plan for popular national security, even if we did …”
Even after this declaration that America was an enemy to be battled, President Obama exempted Egypt from having to comply with the mandatory human rights requirements to receive military aid. This is a clear example of an act of treason.
Last month, it was reported that an Egyptian newspaper ran front page headlines stating that President Barack Obama was a member of the Muslim Brotherhood. Although some believe the report to have been ‘created’ others claim there is evidence to back up the claim. The son of Khairat Al-Shater, leader of the Muslim Brotherhood who is now in prison with many others in Egypt, says his father has evidence in hand that could put Barack Obama in prison if it ever got out.
It seems that Obama is still striving to send millions of dollars to help support the Muslim Brotherhood, even though they are being considered to be a ‘credible threat.’
The United States and Turkey have announced a new program to stem the tide of Islamic extremism through the Global Fund for Community Engagement and Resilience. Initially, the US will contribute $2-$3 million dollars to fund, but over the next 10 years that amount will continue and increase and with the contributions of other countries is expected to grow to $200 million in ten years.
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