When Colombian Authorities killed FARC Commander Raul Reyes in 2008 they found on his computer this short ‘love note’:
In a Feb. 28 letter, FARC chieftain Raul Reyes cheerily reported to his inner circle that he met “two gringos” who assured him “the new president of their country will be Obama and that they are interested in your compatriots. Obama will not support ‘Plan Colombia’ nor will he sign the TLC (Free Trade Agreement).”
This letter was on a FARC computer, dated Feb. 28- I’m assuming 2008- would be 18 days after Obama announced his candidacy. I sure hope it wasn’t 2007 or 2006. I always wondered how they knew.
In any event, Reyes was merely the first to be a “Good Commie”.
The next batter for Hugo’s Team FARC really stepped in it, so to speak. It seems the Colombians found out about his failure to follow Moochelle’s dietary advice- he got himself diabetes. And trenchfoot. He required a certain boot that were only made by union virgins to traipse around the jungle in. The Colombians found out and stuck a GPS unit inside one. A couple days later- another “Good Commie”. Only this time the 14 computers and 60 memory sticks they found had some actionable intelligence on them. This raid was on Sept. 19, 2010 or thereabout.
That brings us up to the Sept. 24, 2010 search warrants, days later:
Search warrants, subpoenas and documents show that the FBI has been interested in links between the activists and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and Hezbollah.
Ouch. This is gunna hurt.
In the early morning of Sept. 24, 2010, agents raided homes in Chicago and Minneapolis, issued subpoenas to 14 activists, and tried to question others around the country, including prominent antiwar organizers in North Carolina and California.
At 7 a.m., according to documents and interviews, about a dozen armed federal agents used a battering ram to force their way into Mick Kelly’s second-floor apartment, which sits over an all-night coffee shop in a working-class neighborhood of Minneapolis.
Kelly, 53, a cook in a University of Minnesota dormitory and a member of the Teamsters, said he was at work and his nightgown-clad wife, Linden Gawboy, was slow to answer the door.
Poor thing. But WAIT!!! It gets better:
In Chicago, the raid at the home of Weiner, 49, also targeted her husband, Joe Iosbaker, 52, a University of Illinois-Chicago office worker and a union steward for his SEIU local. The couple are among the grassroots activists close to the world once inhabited by Barack Obama who have been caught up in the investigation.
The role of the undercover officer, which defense lawyers said was confirmed in their talks with prosecutors, became clear in the weeks following the raids. She had joined a Minneapolis antiwar group, then joined demonstrations at the School of the Americas military training site in Fort Benning, Georgia, and at one point flying with a group to Israel on the trip that was thwarted at the airport.
“They were smart sending a 40-year-old lesbian,” said Meredith Aby, 38, a high school civics teacher and longtime organizer. “A good match,” added Jess Sundin, a university clerical worker.
I’ll say. And being a lesbian at SEIU is a good match, as well. Ya never have to do dick.
The First Amendment does not protect humanitarian groups or others who advise foreign terrorist organizations, even if the support is aimed at legal activities or peaceful settlement of disputes, the Supreme Court ruled Monday.
That would be a year ago.
Lest we fool ourselves into thinking the Obama regime is going after these cretins for purely political reasons I submit there is another far overarching reason. His hatred for the Jews.
Dr. Alan Bauer, an American victim of a Palestinian terror attack, filed on Thursday a first of its kind lawsuit in an effort to seize ships used by Islamic and anti-Israeli organizations to breach Israel’s coastal blockade of the Gaza Strip as part of the upcoming flotilla.
The suit, Bauer v. The Mavi Marmara, was filed in Manhattan federal court, seeking to confiscate 14 ships, which are scheduled to participate in the upcoming flotilla and which were outfitted with funds the plaintiff claims were unlawfully raised in the United States by anti-Israel groups, including The Free Gaza Movement.
The plaintiff, an American biologist, who along with his son Jonathan was seriously injured in a Palestinian suicide bombing on March 21, 2002 in Jerusalem, alleges that The Free Gaza Movement and other American-based anti-Israel organizations have raised funds in the United States to outfit the Gaza Flotilla ships. The lawsuit contends that furnishing and outfitting the ships, which are being used for hostilities against a US ally, violates American law. The plaintiff rests his claim upon the rarely utilized 18th century “informant” statute (18 U.S.C. section 962) that allows a plaintiff (called an “informer”) to privately seize ships outfitted in the United States for use against a US ally.
There is a way to get Obama to act.