The puppet gets exposed by one of his appointees!

Greetings,

If you doubted that America’s so-called first President, Barack Obama, you better re-assess your thinking. As we have been telling you and saying, Obama is nothing more than window dressing for the white elite and their empire for white supremacy.

Never before has this has been made much more clearer that America’s war secretary memo to the armed forces to ignore the so-called President’s directives on misconduct in the armed wing of imperial America. This memo to military officials show beyond any shadow of doubt that Obama is not the one calling the shots.

It proves to us these statements here…”The plan of deceiving the so-called Negro politicians to work against their own freedom, justice and equality (salvation) that Allah (God) has brought to them, is making the so-called Negroes in high  offices become the enemy of his own people’s freedom, justice and equality.

  Such offices are held out as a bribe to get Black politicians to work against the spread of the truth of their salvation. They are happy — and their boss knows that they are — to have a place near him in such offices just for the purpose of trying to oppose Allah and His Messenger in freeing the poor Black man who is in the mud.

  This is causing the political confusion and complete destruction of the house divided against itself.”–pg.200 & 201(tfoa)

 Hagel to US military: Ignore President Obama on sexual assault

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has issued a directive ordering the military to ignore a May statement made by President Obama in which he said that service members who commit sexual assault should be “prosecuted, stripped of their positions, court-martialed, fired, dishonorably discharged.”

As the New York Times reports, since the president made the comment, lawyers in dozens of sexual assault cases have used his words as a justification to prevent the prosecution of service members accused of sexual assault. Hagel’s memo – instructing the military that “there are no expected or required dispositions, outcomes or sentences in any military justice case, other than what result from the individual facts and merits of a case and the application to the case of the fundamentals of due process of law” – is an attempt to counteract this trend.

Hagel unleashed an array of new regulations Thursday aimed at stemming sexual assaults in the ranks but the directives will not remove rape-case investigations from the chain of command.
“Sexual assault is a stain on the honor of our men and women who honorably serve our country, as well as a threat to the discipline and the cohesion of our force. It must be stamped out,” Hagel said in a statement.
Since May, when Mr. Obama said at the White House that sexual offenders in the military ought to be “prosecuted, stripped of their positions, court-martialed, fired, dishonorably discharged,” lawyers in dozens of assault cases have argued that Mr. Obama’s words as commander in chief amounted to “unlawful command influence,” tainting trials and creating unfair circumstances for clients as a result.
Their motions have had some success.
At Shaw Air Force Base in South Carolina in June, a judge dismissed charges of sexual assault against an Army officer, noting the command influence issue. In Hawaii, a Navy judge ruled last month that two defendants in sexual assault cases, if found guilty, could not be punitively discharged because of Mr. Obama’s remarks.
Experts in military law said it was unusual for a memorandum like Mr. Hagel’s to come from the secretary of defense, who directed recipients to “ensure this message is widely and immediately disseminated throughout your organizations.”
“It is a remarkable document,” said Eugene R. Fidell, who teaches military justice at Yale Law School. “I can’t remember a document quite like this coming from an official at this senior a level. It has been said that ‘unlawful command influence’ is the mortal enemy of military justice.”
But this directive, Mr. Fidell said, “is a kind of anti-venom to try to counteract the unfortunate statements that have given rise to the current wave of unlawful command influence motions.” Salon.com

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