TREASON is…(a postcard sent to us by the Davis family)
Monday, 14 March 2011
Theresa Cao has a pre-trial hearing this coming Tuesday, March 15. The case is set for 9:30 a.m. at the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, 500 Indiana Ave., N.W., Washington D.C.
Navy and Air Force Veterans Geoff Ross & Carmen Reynolds report:
THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE HAS CHANGED ITS WEBSITE TO MEET ITS KARL
MARX UNITED NATIONS COMMUNIST IDEAOLOGY !!
Date: Sat, 12 Mar 2011 18:15:05 -0600
Comrade Eric Holder at the Department of Justice has approved changes to the Department of Justice Website. They have removed the Stars and Stripes and replaced the banner with a BLACK strip with the quote. “The common law is the will of mankind, issuing from the life of the people”
This quote is from C Wilfred Jenks a Socialist, British citizen and big labor world workers rights union supporter. In the 1930’s he was a leading proponent of the international law movement including Sharia Law. His goal was to impose a global common law which backed global workers rights. Jenks was also appointed to the ILO delegation to the San Francisco conference which established the United Nations in 1945.
ARE YOU GOING TO ALLOW THE U..S DEPT OF JUSTICE to TURN OUR TAX PAYER FUNDED GOVT. WEBSITE INTO A COMMUNIST INFESTED UNITED NATIONS PROPAGANDA MACHINE ?
ARE YOU GOING TO REMAIN SILENT ?
YOU MUST CALL THEM AND TELL THEM TO CHANGE THE WEBSITE BACK TO THE STARS AND STRIPES AND ADD A QUOTE FROM OUR FOUNDING FATHERS TO THEIR BANNER AND REMOVE THIS COMMUNIST U.N PROPAGANDA IMMEDIATELY.
Correspondence to the Department, including the Attorney General, may be sent to:
U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20530-0001
SEND THIS OUT PEOPLE across our nation. I just called the DOJ and told them to change it back.
CALL THE DOJ AND TELL THEM TO REMOVE THE COMMUNIST QUOTE AND RETURN THE BANNER BACK TO THE STARS AND STRIPES AND USE A QUOTE FROM THE FOUNDING FATHERS. Here is their new website. http://www.justice.gov/
United States Navy retired
Poster by Robert Hefner