Obama Names Blair-Soros Stooges Rice and Power as National Security Advisor and UN Ambassador

June 5, 2013 (LPAC)–Demonstrating once again his mental
unfitness to serve as President of the United States, Barack
Obama today announced, as long expected, that he is appointing
Susan Rice to replace Tom Donilon as National Security Advisor,
and nominating Samantha Power to replace Rice as U.S. Ambassador
to the United Nations.
The appointment and nomination of Rice and Power represent a
documented threat to the national security of the United States
of America and to world peace, in that both have a long history
as advocates of the policy enunciated by Tony Blair in Chicago in
on April 24, 1999, and promoted by George Soros in a Foreign
Policy magazine article in January 2004, of overthrowing the
principle of national sovereignty — first elaborated by Nicolaus
of Cusa in the 1433, and institutionalized in the Treaty of
Westphalia in 1648, which is the bedrock of the U.S. Constitution
and the UN Charter — as anachronistic.
In place of the principle of national sovereignty, Blair and
Soros advocated a policy of “humanitarian interventionism” or the
“responsibility to protect” (R2P). This policy maintains that
foreign governments have a right to interfer in the relations of
other sovereign nations under the guise of protecting the
populations of those nations from their own governments.
This policy, which is allegedly motivated by a commitment to
prevent genocide and other atrocities, provides a “humanitarian”
cover for carrying out a policy of regime change and perpetual
warfare ultimately on behalf of the actual policy of genocide of
the British-Dutch royal families, who are committed to reducing
the world’s population from the current level of over 7 billion
to 1 billion or less.
Both Susan Rice and Samantha Power throughout their
respective careers have been agents of this policy.
Even before she lied to the American population and the
world regarding the events in Benghazi on 9/11/2012, Susan Rice
has been an enthusiastic promoter of the Empire. In 1990, she
received her PhD in International Relations from New College,
Oxford; she was awarded the Royal Commonwealth Society’s Walter
Frewen Lord Prize in 1990; in 1992 she was the recipient of the
first annual award given by the Royal Institute of International
Affairs and the British International Studies Association; in
1999 when honored as the Bram Fischer Memorial Lecturer at Rhodes
House, she said, “It is like a coming home for me for much of
what I know about Africa was discovered within these walls,
refined at this great university, with generous support of the
Rhodes Trust.”
Not accidentally, in her various positions in the Clinton
administration, including Special Assistant to the President and
Senior Director for African Affairs (1995-97), and then as
Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs (1997-2001), she
ensured that U.S. policy served British genocidal interests in
Africa.
Also, for five years, from 1996, until weeks before the
Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack on the United States, she
rebuffed repeated efforts by the Sudanese overnment to share with
U.S. intelligence services its own intelligence files on Osama
bin Laden and al-Qaeda.
Samantha Power, who has been nominated to replace Rice at
the UN, has long been an advocate of the Blair/Soros doctrine of
R2P. In January 2009, a book “Responsibility to Protect: The
Global Moral Compact for the 21st Century,” was published as a
blueprint for R2P interventions. The foreword is written by then
White House aide and Soros lackey Samantha Power.
The first expression of the R2P policy advocated by Power
was the Obama administration’s unconstitutional intervention into
Libya. Soon after R2P was exercised to overthrow the Qaddafi
regime in Libya, in August 2011 Obama signed Presidential Study
Directive 10, which created the Atrocities Prevention Board
(APB). The directive declared the prevention of mass atrocities
and genocide to be a “core interest” of the United States. In a
speech given on April 23, 2012, Obama publicly announced that he
had created the APB and that Samantha Power was its chairperson.
It was this doctrine which was the basis for the
intervention in Libya which led ineluctably to the terrorist
attack in Benghazi and the ongoing takeover of Libya by Al-Qaeda.
And it is this policy which, if fully implemented as well in
regard to Syria and Iran, will lead us to thermonuclear war.
As much of a threat to U.S. national security as both Rice
and Power are, one should not overlook the fact that Power is
also the wife of Cass Sunstein, who, along with fellow Harvard
and Chicago law professors Adrian Vermeule and Eric A. Posner, is
an advocate of the doctrines of the Nazi Crown Jurist Carl
Schmitt.
In a 2005 paper which appeared in the {Yale Law Journal},
entitled “Beyond Marbury: The Executive’s Power To Say What the
Law Is,” Sunstein writes, “I am grateful to Adrian Vermeule for
many discussions.” In his introduction, Sunstein writes: “There
is no reason to believe that in the face of statutory ambiguity,
the meaning of federal law should be settled by the inclinations
and predispositions of federal judges. The outcome should instead
depend on the commitments and beliefs of the President and those
who operate under him. My major goal in this Essay is to
vindicate the law-interpreting authority of the executive
branch.”

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