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Monday, July 8, 2013

Port Sell off? San Franscisco Airport?

We went through this when G.W. Bush was in office. As I recall, we sold off our major ports?
I heard Google has ex cia chief as head of board now so we are somewhat limited in our searches. How convenient.
The constitution has freedom of speech so that the public can have the information it needs to make educated decisions. That doesn't work so well with Empire. Our freedom of speech has been jailed. What is next?

Dubai Ports World controversy quoted below.

Dubai Ports World controversy
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The Dubai Ports World controversy began in February 2006 and rose to prominence as a national security debate in the United States. At issue was the sale of port management businesses in six major U.S. seaports to a company based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and whether such a sale would compromise port security.

The controversy pertained to management contracts of six major United States ports. The purchaser was DP World (DPW), a state-owned company in the UAE. The contracts had already been foreign-owned, by Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company (P&O), a British firm taken over by DPW (completed in March 2006). Although the sale was approved by the executive branch of the United States Government, various United States political figures argued that the takeover would compromise U.S. port security.

U.S. President George W. Bush argued vigorously for the approval of the deal, claiming that the delay sends the wrong message to U.S. allies. Legislation was introduced to the United States Congress to delay the sale.

it literally takes my breath away. We are in deep doo doo. Entertainment for our Soul's edification?

I'll say it again. If we didn't have absolute corruption of the Supreme Court, We would have to radify changes to the Constitution. Here is the text for the first amendment of the US Constitution:
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.