UAE TO TAKE CONTROL OF NINE US MILITARY FACILITIES
Mar. 10, 2006
Not only does President George W. Bush intend to grant the
United Arab Emirates control of U.S. sea ports, he also intends to
grant the UAE control of several U.S. military facilities.
According to the March 3 edition of the World Tribune, "The Bush
administration has informed Congress of a review of the UAE
acquisition of a British manufacturer of engine components for
U.S. military aircraft and main battle tanks. The British firm
operates nine factories, including military production facilities in
Connecticut and Georgia.
"Officials said Dubai International Capital has acquired the
London-based Doncasters Group for $1.2 billion. Doncasters
produces engine components and turbine blades for military
platforms, and its clients include Boeing, General Electric,
Honeywell and Pratt and Whitney."
People need to realize that the Dubai companies are owned and
operated by the government of the United Arab Emirates. These
are not private corporations. Does everyone understand what is
happening? President Bush wants to give port security and the
control of at least nine U.S. military facilities to a FOREIGN
Not since the Carter administration gave away control of the
Panama Canal (which was bought and paid for with billions of
American dollars and gallons of American blood) has a U.S.
President been so blatant and determined to give away sovereign
American property to foreign powers! Carter's treachery gave
control of the Canal to the Chinese communists. Bush's treachery
will give control of several U.S. sea ports and military facilities to
Middle Eastern Muslims.
The American people need to wake up to the reality that our own
government is selling America's freedom, independence, and
security to foreign powers! And it is doing so right out in the open.
President Bush obviously feels that he is above reproof (and the
law). He must personally believe that he can bully Congress and
the courts into submission to his will. And, absent an unmistakable
outcry from the American public, he will surely succeed.
What Bush is doing would be horrific during peaceful
circumstances. That he is willing to turn U.S. sea ports and military
facilities over to a nation that was complicit with those that
participated in the deadliest attack against our country since Pearl
Harbor makes his actions treasonous!
Does anyone remember the old Trading With The Enemy Act?
Established in 1917 and again in 1942, the TWEA was designed
"to restrict trade with countries hostile to the United States." It is
more than interesting that the law was used to stop many U.S.
banking organizations, including the Union Banking Corporation
(UBC), from helping to finance the Nazi Party in Germany.
I say interesting, because G.W. Bush's grandfather, George
Prescott Bush, was a shareholder in the UBC at the time. It would
seem, therefore, that the propensity to do business with nations and
parties engaged in hostilities against the United States is still very
much alive in the heart of one George W. Bush.
I submit that if impeachment proceedings against Bill Clinton were
in order (and they were), impeachment proceedings are certainly
warranted against George W. Bush. The security and liberty of
America are too precious and the lawlessness of the Bush
administration is too egregious for Congress to sit still and do
Any president, be he Democrat or Republican (is there really any
difference?), that compromises American sovereignty and
independence, or that usurps his constitutional power and tramples
our liberties, or that puts commercial and business interests above
the safety and security of the United States must be removed from
office! No exceptions!
Only when the people of the United States get serious about
holding our elected officials accountable to the principles of good
government can we ever hope to regain control of our country. If
that means we must impeach every single president for the next
hundred administrations, so be it! Our leaders must be made to
understand that their first duty is to the American people and the
U.S. Constitution, not to the interests of international bankers and
© Chuck Baldwin
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