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Obama’s Labor Board Pushes Manufacturing Jobs Overseas

menir Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 1:43 AM
"full diplomatc immunty" upon INTERPOL, it’s proprty, files, recrds are exempt-immune from; being subjct to search, seizure by law enforcmnt, aren't subject to legal subpoena nor discovery, are immune from FOIA requests, US taxes. They'll now be able to maintain files on US citizens, hold Americans arrestd on US soil by INTERPOL-officrs ! If any branch of Govt wants to keep docs out of the hands of the US-court systm, just hand them over to INTERPOL, until the smoke-clears. Does INTERPOL have a file on Obama and his associations ? EO-12425 INTERPOL an Intl-law-enforcmnt-body now operates on Amer-soil beynd the FBI, Is the Intl Criminal Court next ? This immnty, protectn, elevatd above the USC
menir Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 1:44 AM
afforded INTERPOL is likely a precursr to the WH subjctng the US undr the jurisdctn of the UN-relatd-ICC.

INTERPOL provids a significnt enforcmnt functn for the ICC, as FBI does for US-Justc-Dept.

ICC's 2010 Budgt Par-28. "The ICC will continue to seek the coperatn of States not prty to the "Rome-Statute" whch-est-the-ICC, to develop its reltnshps w/regionl-orgs such as the,

Org-Amer-States, Arab-League, African-Union, Org-Islamic-Conf, ASEAN, CARICOM.

ICC will continue to engage with subregional, thematic orgs, SADC, ECOWAS, Comnwlth-Secrtrt, OIF.

This'll be done through high-levl-vists-brfngs-reltnshp-agrmnts. Work'll also be carried out with sectorl-orgs, IDLO, INTERPOL to increas-efficncy.

"The US isn't a party to "Rome-Statute !"
If you are wondering why American manufacturing jobs are going overseas and not coming back, look no further than President Obama’s National Labor Relations Board. The NLRB recently told a U.S. Court of Appeals that employers’ concerns that a multiplicity of small bargaining units will cripple their operations are “irrelevant” under U.S. labor law.

The Board’s position was put forward by Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon in a disturbing brief to the Fourth Circuit. It was filed to defend the Obama Board’s highly controversial decision, Specialty Healthcare, which jettisoned 76 years of Board law. The decision authorized unions in...